The Florida star

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


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


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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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ST Quen alityQ Shoes LATEST NEWS Special Sale at line's'LOCAL GOSSIP

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s --etc" hdy Mbeadit s- to9c ZIand ma intatnce es
AN s gto hb= = t it istrue. Mich IMMI t*111M k am PiH*ad- themc t. SoImthi .t th Nhp of MTl.
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"tMli miNo "a ttFor o a deadeheir Tr11 l n ad Thet eget for the goods, rev n i e I U TkilyComu dl Go
ntm have far exceesdd thos of es t
Wm 'sart JiTc. Br all other womsen's aoes. Yet the BatfuldisplaySanmi.and No- Weh e0 also qite a lot of re- Mr. Fred r ela tk rhasv up his tore
1 1n- TIBBviuLLe PnamacT. demand contimnua to row. Een EH. TT sL PAAR T. nants sitable foorsld rts td ow working at the crar
Aus t %din cab eos taedar the10,06 O asi madeeverydaycan't TicketNo. 6takea thedollatKlie's and children's drei. I penters trade.
m moe to a dollar, hby of ath it Wh? Just try epa. store. If you have that number, come It would be imposible to quote Mr. t. B. LaRoche, of Coca, cam
& L aioa e dollars aby f good t jL d. and get the do. youprices on all the bargains we up Wednesday to exchangealarge mule
S mb Harry W n left Sunday fora WINSTON S. BRANNING A numerof people a gDr. for you it would takeawho for a smaller animal.
v lit abat twa weeks with ersi- Ta a, Florids. Miller's einb. It's to y inteest- th r t enumerat the Contractor P. J. all is now pshing
toe, M rM A. L Wils at Fort Pie ce aveyou twenty-five per cnt. Mail orders promptly filled on any the wor forward on the Prker build-
Con~m e L hl A spet Christ- Will Not Re for Tax Collector Mrs. G. F. Eey and on Rutlege, f the above goods ing, on Washington aveue.
S swith ftrida in Dytm, and te Titsille, Fa., Jan. J st, 1908. of Tropic, spent artof yestedyaf- Juuus KLNE, Titusville. Mrs Js. F. Mitehell, of Coc~ Spent
Sste thi wepidk avisit toRock- teroon with friend in Titusvi e. from Saturday until Sunday with her
a To asccount o sMM aty" Mr. Jom C. Jo retored to Qay New Puenger Schedule father, Mr. W. S. Norwod.
Msu. Ju A. Cema arrived at On ccl tof my ge Ifeel that Sunday aftenoo, leving Mr. J Commencing next Tuesday the F. Rev. S. P. McCall,4thenew p.torfor
-os I LaGange Monday aftera isit the repomibility of the tax coect- d the childre here for a ttle onger E.C.railway will operate threetrains the M. church, and family arrivedin
Smof e tim with relativs in South or's oce too mnch for me to stay. each wy daly between Jacksonvile Tituville the first of this week.
CaN& some for another term, therefore, I Prof. S. J. Overstreet left Monday and Miami. Have you tried Heath & Co. for gro-
S b,. Wi. Stou and wife arrived will-notbea candidate for re-elec- morning to attendthe stat tea hers No. 29, the regular train making eries. "Popular prices" istheirmotto,
b ftme DatamlSunday, wher they tion. I have been tax collector of conention. whieisinseion this week all stop, leaving Jacksonville at7 and popular they are-Lowest prices in
spat tis hls very pleasantly with Brevard county since 1886, andl feel at St. Peterbrg. am., Titusille at 1:12 p. m., arrives town.
thre ad fai. very grateful to the people for this Mi Nina Benett, of West Virginia at Miami 1010p. m.,carrying mail Mr. Lonie E. Bowman and her
Th pen eao for mallet fishing heoor and their confidence. I wish who with her father is visiting at Fort err.g mother, after visiting at Mime their
e-mmwm W day, the st et again tothank youearnestly foryour Pierce, arrived Tuesdayonavisittober No s oldhome, returned down the river yes
'Mhe T ra*em will now get buy after kind treatment. distant rsin Mrs. P. Wright. No. 33,avstopping onlyat important td -ay.
S peatall a rest of six week. I make this announcement so the th & Co. ar giving away fee,as statis, leves Jac v a i ami Mr and MrsG.M. M.RobbhinsandBaby
s Mr. H. Fut, the ptag asd people will have time to selec ome an advrteen t, beautiful pottery, Titusille 3: p.m., arrive atMiami left Miy te
d Ti e Wus tankads, stes v etc 1025.. Douglas left for Miami yesterday after-
d e sltafned to itnabvflle Weien noonr hv e.., where they expect to spends ev
a1 forrn a taar mY r f which they have on exhibition at their No. 99, sleeper, carrying mail, nooe wee eee
dy at 1ad n riaV nr Yours truly, store leaves Jacksonvillet 8p. m., Titusville A little baby girl arrived at the home
epIec L toreg es Tiy EW. HW The Victor Junior Talking Machineis :56 .., arrivesMimi 15 M 1 ofr. and Mr. Jule Knox lastaight
Mr. EHB. MaN power. Sportig No otatoy. Dup te prt n behad Northbound, No. 78 mail and ex- Motherand Bay Je ette Louseboth
beat. r tr lotSloxing match whc M. hd same as for high priced macns. Te press, making all stopv leaves Miamil doing well
attle boat towe th big The boxing match which was held Junior is the child's delight Get them 4:30 a. m., Titusville 1:12 p. m., ar- Mr J. N. Feaster, after spding the
~pte Jack" to the Ra er in the opera house at Titusville last at Idian River Music House f rives Jacksonville 7:30 p. m. past smmer and fall in Missouri and
ap ai theHaywadRederparty SatmHda' nightwas beyonda doubt he t rAllrds 8inh. IS s, No. 74. express. stopping only at Ahom, arrived Tuesday to visit with
N ben a deSded s. Ed Muphy, who Mr. Geo. E Pollard and Mi E im rtatstationlevesaMi.mi7:15 herdagther, Mrs. Howell, ndother.
MU Lab L Bi Sad awifa, of s matched tofightG. W. Wood, Stig, of Dayton, were married in m., Titusville 2:13 p. m., arrives judge J. D. Begg, of Orlando, wat
ValmidapetSmhdaylh theisra r, fied to ptinanappearane. Not Jk vie Sunday, wbehhe Jaconville 7:4 in townTuge. D. regg i ho from, w
ha hle e od n the a way to Daytes wining to diappoint the publie Mr. eagaedas nogspe Shisa Jacksonville 7:40p. im. in town Tuesday returning home from
d paagot l teis Mr.y Brain Wood eoinsentedato nmo t Ptof. Joe dMr.agtof W Stoling, fomerly of No. 99o sleeper, carrying mail, Miam where he was cosel for the .
a p p St. Agt. Mr. a. Wood consented to meet Prof. J Coc. Their future home will be in leaves Miami 6 p. m., Titusville 2:30 state in the fmos Troy se, and
e hes thsfot craft single-Fielding.the champion, iasix round D a. a. arrives Jacksonville 8:30 a m. mde a strong argument for the proe-
atdm l bat of e i biebetter -f i bout andat the endof the sixth r. cotaion Momlay.
Setoaitm nlitle inth n- rundboth men broke withl ahonorns ater Fi Will Hold for Congress Mi Mabel Berge arrived Tuesday
gaiimutoftheoeat, oeven. It was a lively go from start Bailey, of New London. Conn., who CongremM an Sparkman will hold afteraom from New Smyrna, onashort
Dr. J. M. l iNo of J-mi lle. 5 to finsand a return match ibeing spet the winter heretwo yearsgo, r his present place and in an inter- days' visit to her friend. Miss Daisy
tle a f Titoille aa arranged for and both menwillstart rrivd Christn snight thebelted view stweek sid as follows: Brady. is Berge having spntev-
InSn ier.swent hiS with his te n "At t lam ndidte for ral senmon in Titovlle her many
maged at Mist wi D Is trining inthenMr futue, tn ndwiil sd M nwith "At pefent lam a candidate for frinds were very glad to see her again.
1S11 Y, a M1 City:! Mp rs Badiny's mother, Mr M. L.W -e honhe, as I stated at Oenla. At
lat, i d am riited Mr Mim. Special CutPrie mre, whois etedto Mhave t e house a I stated at O ia At Postmaster Chas. J. Schoonmaker, of
te widoed tLhe late melgoes L aM T Mint htte that tihme I gaveresonsformy can- Cora, wasin town Suday getting
BUveateee stopping ooere atit I E C TING DEP ARIT1l 5d grandchildren with her oncemew.
itste lst- idytogr et hins mayTi- Theprice of o M. Bileysacmpaniedyyong didacy for the position, and the con- "pointers" on the managementof third
t ol his etoerto the meT cst d oen i um oun haing we friend. Mr. H. G. Perry, who will spr d ditions upon which I based those rea- clss postoficesfromPastmasterTaylr.
t i Tan r A oe reeved a have a mighty fine ssortment yet. his first winter i Florida at this pine. mts in that annonmcement have not of this place., as Coeoasbameoperative
IopeWll Tam tb olt raivFd. Whae ca mfityfu a rtmet yet. been removed. I have not decided as a third class postoffce with the first
pleaeat all from thedctltFr y ca you tyou. "Blundering Billy" to run for the senate." of the New Year.
Found Blundering Billy, or the Man from Rev. T. W. Moore, one of the oldest
Negro Shooting Afray On the city dolk lst week a lady's the Golden West, a three act comedy Sun Brothers' Shows and most prominent ministers of the
Sshooting y ournpd naras Owner an obtain smeby drama, played by the King Stock Sun Brothers' Shows gave an a-f Methodist church in thestate of Florida,
bg l ot proving prop ertynd ngforthis sn will be gven a t twevei ternoon and evening exhibition at and a member of the Florida conference
the big Bw mill of the Titnusvie sons, will be given at the Titeswille
Lmbaer Co. lst Friday night about Church Notes opera house Saturday night, Jan. 4th, this place Monday as advertised and for many years, passed from this life
rk,lwen om Williasshot Bev. 1908 Reserved seats now n sale at received a liberal patronage at both into that of the great beyond t 12:3
Soody with all alibrerevolver,the Gabriels church, Tit lle S unday cents. General admive se 75 entertainments i n the evening the in Miami, age aout 75 years.
bhll strikia the latter in the breast Jan. 5th, at 73 p. m. children 25 cents.
and paingthroughhbisbodylodging Rev. Win. Stone will preachon Su. taxed. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOFS
neartheopial column. Bothparties day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and Indian River Hotel Arrivals The trained animals, consisting of ost cards. Waffle iron
ae neroes and there was a woman at Titsville at 7 p. m. For the week rodi Jano. It. ponies and dogs, and the baboon that All wool blankets. $5.00, $7.5
at the bottom of the affair. Moody Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at City JE Millrr. i hic on; D L ;ald.en ci rides the bicycle in the animal show, Lare hbuni ang lamps. Soaps
mia oem-armed man and offered no Point Suday, Jan 5th, at 1030a. m., re .tn; s e e were decidedly the best attractions. Mosquito anopies and cloth
in. a oesa rmed man and offered no PointSunday, Jan, 5th, at 103D0a m ,X J;TW Peters Hillsdale. Mich; WH H The juggling of Indian clubs and C A prqaper ,New Year to.ou all.
retace. Willian made his s and in the evening, at 70, he will 4L. Ea lli IJon y The jugglin of In n CHan A p Rw 'Yatoo
peintothewoodb t wsarrested preach at Eau Glli. Epworth league Whit. Al-n. ll: sne'. NY: 17T hoops was also avery attractivefea- A. Ph
lob,. Ror:klnd :: I M ips.Jery City turn and was generally applauded. Powers-Sans
Sunday morning near the old stock- preceeding the evening service. Mr and Mirs Hs ern. ,,tr. Ms ture and was generally applauded. Powers-Sms
*ade at' Tun asleep, with his gn Pehing at the Presyterian church we.m I' MivnirW,51in m i .Mi:RJ The show was on its way to wintert Jire of lnd la, and
in bis han&d. He would undoubtedly Sunday at 7 p. m by Rev. lobe. after M-u^.s Isni- Alt heas e.4 rlio.iI quarters in Macon. Ga. We hadthe I
have stubbornly resisted capture. whihhyommlunionwillbeheld. Sun- v a ia~ Al Nii : I .Neo- Pleasoure of renewing our aquaint-ere marriein St. Lu church.
day school at 3 in the afternoon, and Pornl. larlm BSeHr OW S Ke.n., N.. liance with Mr. Clinton Newton, the .. . ... I
Moody willrecover. prayermeeting Tueaday afternoon at 3 ,,trk; rilln F. I ,.t l,: ffiial representative f the Sun rtnay Wednd, J. st a
o vE ell. Mtmi: Mo'clock-roa cr ASHnstr Bros whowasformeriyanew.s apr 11 a. m. by Dean Robtt,,m. Th,,
SJohenn &j Pat eroo Ri i K.tie . rlin?. Stmu^: Jid .
It JmuTiousvith; JI rioter wife ani Pnnn man, and has just ded his end church was gorgeously decorated b
COCOA-FLORIDA Wanted Msmp'iM: A M ( hitti.-k unl wit-nml Lb-ri year with them. Iving handrs of thefritnds of tht-
Se in tock ull t Rlihable. ergetic young mant to seilirth-h, iuit iliak, : E F llsh,-rilk. Mrs M A bridll, a! % rya l ed!-dll with ritPl,.
W c lrsinsteck Hafllan"deOi '. i t ,iwteh Cardl ofo.Th nk fnnm adjjacentl ,.lce. Th, lriln,"l "

sat. nd Oc .1 *^ ________ Iiid. remembrmces Christnas and _ishin _n _amp_.t
lWe al o hale the best Florida snd sonvll andel t C. masn happ rwih daughter of Mrl i M. S. t s iam ia li
watern mela, beef, lamb, mutton and Notice A cool drink at a cool place at turns. W. and MRs. J. W c-. daughter of the M. S. iplaroug lanli
Pork- _-___ MANDY'S. M n and Ns. J. W. CAsoLE. rine of the mist popu lar Poinl lad it-.
The annual meeting of the stock-___ in this whole ectilm. The congrat-
A cool drink at a cool place at holdersof the Indian River State bank R SALL CHArP FOR CABH. Orange and Grapefruit Trees ulations of hosts ,t friends flle,
MANDY'S. will be held at its rooms on Jan. 3, t 8 I ii ld o Grown at Shilo. Fla on them.
19M. ate3sp. i-., for'the electionhoftfit hfy woonl hl., lalnd on Grown at Shiloh. Fla., on high t
8 at k forSe the electn of hsr o a se o lo Indan ri*L hickory hammock. r r h Valuable Real Estate For Sale
Ne ner Stoc* for Sale directors and uch other business oas st te usscs, 'ilrcid as fitlowe: Lotl ft One year to two year rid buds. FiVe seab-s. reautiful s uildin F S lt,
Citrus stok rown on high pine may be presented. No' 3, wrion :i, t ot. l t So. 3. setio n rice from 25 to 35centsl Care fui- Fe -i ti ular uti ung a ,
land. cluderiat aooearetat- Wlo l "ni ty :pan I ae and GpPdefn a t OT s itt f nHil f fult,-
Id Send for catalogue. W. S. BRANINt. President. This land s nmimpopnerl h1. d fil ton. i Jpacked and deier at O Hill fed c rivr. noil soothot
HToWdoam W mP p .each, Fon Cashier. cated. For-ilthr p lrntiemsrie rLue R l stdde F ca

-aIt ser -no A. =. Ca I n H. E Horo. ing and harrowing. See or addrs ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- Carruthers barber shop, Julia street.
S Turmlball, Fla. I Titssville, Fla. W. Jamison Titusville. F la trally located. Tit

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tleare pea. to r01 Aldrich ,n IL r
tices at ~tr the holkliy he would
he prep.rd to anbmit the maJorlty'
reaedy. in the manrde of his fe-
marks Ctlbernon called Prlmident Ileon of Florida Citiaen Hmv
Roosevelt "a menace to the phblie in- Learned It
teets of the country." Tillman want
ed to know why the president had not If you tuffer from bacache,
torned o the handlc ffs os well as the T'ere I oise way to Lure it.
iTgh e te perfect w i s to cu the kidneys.
ight e opml the erin hons Aad back means.e ik kidnevs
certilicates to the Confederate "shin Neglect it, ar y tronblis fillow
plasters." ioan Kidney Pi s are made for kihd-
~. Blemons, cigaermaker, living at
SC I E N T 1IC 13l Ashley strret, TaU.., Fla., nays;
-"I used Dan's KidWne Pills and riley
Sred me of backactiche d disonrer of the
Sf all the natput. Mainet New alamp- aa; labor Gardner of New jarsey; urgeon's Knife Cur inmnity. kidneys. Two or three times oi amount
EXECUTIVE bie, the erkldre hulla in saneh- aditry aairsn. Bi of iowa: naval The deepest Interest has been arous- ofthe pain inmy bck Iwa unable to
S tt and the Adirondarck and tets- aftlIr, s ts of Illlnol; potoee and ed In medical circles over the report go to work for sveral days. The rse-
kils in New York am the soarels of poat ds, Oversestroet of Indiana; raUl from the Bay View Insane asylum at ions of the kidnes cre in a sere ad
Pleat Oi e Paip. ply for New York, Boston and ways and emas, Davidso of Wisson- Baltimore over a novel and apparentlyo onditonrd da in color the mni alloe
i nthe pneae of o thouands Of pee- Philadphi and een for Baltimore t; r;iers anid harori Burtoo of sucessful effort to ure a certain orm ofjerl. Ie riedars reedie taking
tabil President lt dt from and Washington. The swamps of hio of insanity-that known to the profes- whatr emed likegao.lln. olmicin eao
H e of the eraiser yacht Maylower Michigan, Wisaeomnl and Minnaesta son as dementia pr:tecox-by cutting I als put on platera, bht nothing help-
atOlM NPot ComftrL Dec. 1 garve the furnish the morketa of Chicago. S t away a portion of the thyroid gland. e" me atall ntil Igot I~oan's Kidney
--al which started the nation's great Paul, Minneapotis and Detrit, while POLITICA L In the ficrt case operated upon the Im- Pills upon the adviceof a friend of mine,
ai Aeet. ecnsisting of sitteen battle the local demand throughout the ca- provment was very n mrked within ani uing theni aaolrdino to direcions
iL dr the coa and of Rear Ad- tralt i, mainly s pplied by oli n- Vinder4ip For Centr Bonk. twenty for ho rs, anl of the fonr they cared me in averys oilrt time."
SRoley D o s n- s grown Norway h s rey treated three howed a lke For sle y eles. Price t
til i y on a s n- Nothe centrae reult The e ption was a Foter-Miltorn t.. n o a o,, .w York,
eantpractceeeraise Army to Buy Ballneo. Idea has been spoken by a financier of case entremely far advantcd. le agents for the Uit ta tar .
of T14s milen The signal corps of the war depart- high standing. Vice President Vander- emennmer the namllc *e i an sand
to San Pran for the construction of a dirigible bal- New York. He favors a combination Dr. T. J. Atlen of Anrora. Ill.. re-
Before the start loon to be used in a series of tests at of the branch system of Scotland and cently finished a for l test iextnding
Admiral Evans Fort Myer next spring. Pretonls for the central bank of isone in Germany. over sixty days. during tlich time he COMMERCIA
r ame on board the furnishing the balloon all be opened Dahiman Quote l Roosevelt lived u oln peanntr anld lemonade oly
Maylower to at the department on Jan. 15 next The After his return home from Wash- t Ie i ds the test in fe t hyscal condi- Steel Rail Dadloek Broker.
Ifnye t o lt r 1ties, ted no loet to1' ae en ah Th an no sne toet o fn te tysplei o df
Slatel the president I alloon ie s to consist of a gasa ha of Ington Mayor Dahiman of Omahagave t t n l sa The announcement of the plcing of
and give his peM silk to be covered with a at an m p a rectes tateme or sixty day to t of h ananpo whio h coms t u a rter for 3.SN s tons of steel rails
o ai amran preparation. The material for the g his mch dico aterview with with peanuts. be considers the on ti s by the Erie railroad
that the ships and the hydroen with which it will br t resident R se-veelt. Acording to thiil. d l f iorl e lays: "If o ennld l taken to indeaete the roltalse of the
we ready. The inflted will he furnished by the gov the president said: "Tell the boys ouotthem t ore thn 15 ents a day. d steel rail deadlock, particularly as it
president re rved e rn e. The mn sions and shape I west that this financial ni is eig the wno ot t oi rth aro e of has been followed by the statement
to, the l- will' `ie'! le t th Itsbiddibs ex- that
Et van the salute with the r il he reft to the Ihddrs. e- plaidi on my shoulders by reaon of olt. l t he that practically every railroad in the
ptinj ; the xth, tiw le th bad place tetnt *
ited hat and formally aeknowle ied ept that the length mist not e 'd the pIit I hve taken. If this is i i the tp of e tr had placed tentative orde
e wolds of greeting after which the 120 feet. It must d lesiot tIo crry true it shows ftllat wce are on a rotet ta te r the estimated rquirement in teel
g. after I "I -11. D "a-- I r- *t the T"" I far i ln
two shook hands and other command- two irsos having a cooinest oelght fondatil on. and it only ale a few nu u yu t the r i for lI m. The r ,te of the
of o ondls an1 at teat tilt tiriroo enho ei twil osdiii vc- I--i or -a ren . The aggregcate of the
log omte arrived for the farewell re- Of pounds alnl at I.. t 101 ns mnhssonrt it would lavedone y -or d k or nh while yo re at etimates Is lhe than that of last year,
arptoan To ani the president spke the of A speed of twenty mil e I other ise. and it showrs sr nesed. a tfrk- wheling in the neighborhood of 2.40(.-
eedli and familiar woIrd. "Goodhy. bhi r to stil t air tsri. t, id the aies s C eantrio. l To can tell them Ifns Tho Doadl reHouae Fl. l ne t aon. h
asd good leek and epreosed his scheie of aoeer di n de ee l that m' -e ht e g or ing iath tl te reidor fr a ,-ommiti Could Caut Farh In T a.
SriIn the flet and the siorin. maitaig ing ltllbrI m r llorl I t. b- or e-g erli ,s or g e r .f r 1i e lial nd I. ne A\-crarding to ncarewl- a d inI.
The Mayflower led the four mile pro- o lt inf t eights. taar le I n lil* isiy atn ttf litni" tr Ithblhnla ofays mi- l ll-llnotin !cl ly li- I l Mec-hantr' As- {ti lli. the palrdie ver-tee e-lnnmiilv on
ne ~rsome method : Ilhie will not i l--iev e oal, ...,, f Yeno Yoriit. iin.ori th pupl sl '"T-- fo ---
t,. on o rfi ,ling ve. s is f so ..e s etihim - .f, t h oken in 111 I1) ,i : i" tl f I** Y*ty t" Inve t'- f*vr N ew Y ork ci t y w il m o n
ie|ma at fighting vessel.fom i" late p ONGtRbEeInAL `s h e im sit iaIt ges n
ton Rlide to t i t n the tirs a leey e nd of roeiltin f l eaetr or haor T e Ir iii 'r o t the ~il n s flre e. e nl. e
4 the Chesapeahe. lying at its masthead by the eronuL- Thhe !ltloa rr: f t l r it h t to y, ,4 fr h rhetret ,o the Iciloa.inr o ance ol -
tay a-- ,- wsnot ,te fICel t e-eI O r se t re o-ro and -ii
the bhle eaglee erented lirridental fl ag have all the flti;o] aie f- ila nt:lr.. c Pin in regard n rho sainata d aoI i
and there tsned aside and cane toi t oess and r altimnl, an flights. It N ll iilil i depf sii ln ih, I' e o a rin
allnhor lwhi hle the it lad sld hin e i"-. pted ornl aft er a tri:l fili-a t I Ridgel s Central Bank Plan -idety of ills irid i-o i vir d o ai o of the city. It is hiontet. 1r it
S"eain; thati the commission will de-
pased lI rerlew and out to sea their Ie heo at Fort Myer next slerin. I',l -l-r I f the len y i dg ey the i gcr af t r ho-l fei er an t other th o i ai t
gons roaring. ate and lay g and ol il- uia I -,ilf iill Iliar. eo i t for the Yoe, lr Iu- Intls t-l *l ic-;as it i itons. In lp Ireollt, r ie ks reld cairry piDn~nIaco
iss sl.ging The fle ca1 ,. I t s C, i a-l, i .l 3 waoi s fT, o] d t,, hae. de at to thaos hatl soth esd a new eharged
ofcerm and men earld :.RIt Innds CONGRESSIONAL f ti l a s i i gelatin plat' in a ir- lla aie profits. no edo-
tof eplosiverr The eirst st on sill Ire rcc hie'-ic rh Iwni tbeI ine sf tIt r til tat ria The ill ni the btilvrs for tmie y rs l
Toreturni v hb lhe "f- |o f -tre ran e i lto-li- r i-s-iii,-s. trll o l w 11ith i- s -h I e1e-'r itrle orgee th ri, re aie the l I u hat e
ha, thiie title, it univ sni t h s
Tr i hdev-hereothetne to ntool.gaata Comital r ArranaColo-elCf a ll a r, rIi t heiceir-vs si al- -medbsc0 esrk reitre moial-
which started tn advas e, arc e ho The ate Iind s -al o r A -= otoe. T om r a e ll git rl t l e .n ta r tc reit s-oa
Tr r ed h the Il.t Ian year t iru an Itlnl: limit e -t -fn all mhe New It -t rnte yll or
awaits the r imln g of the Iattlehips. e~l 0a0 s st li i r t m th00 sni, t ti eanfiescaieocit of t The aaie f ws s is t e isn n o nfOt .dl The
Prior to the depar lr. al e o niani nk-lkar l thi fia A -ol- Ilnr s tein in Irin it o, o l. s t mlliiti nol. onral Iratin er i te Ibe Tr
rnd rn ik s t o t s n w rrile a K a I nt It ~1 1 j l ititn- l rIo.. a s E x p lors i oo t e 2e r-a t in g e x p e n s sm f o r t he y e a r
had givesr to the ,rer is riatin cor; o h fIr : .x 5t0 in ois lo i uftoir neyoth the follol c l I o it 3O ,a o laos ret
feel nl to te IP of tree re e a Ut n iil M ISCELLANE-OUS ia ,.n
United States tion p in a el i s a h e r l 0. n ero ac w lti a o I c a h "k w o i B
ioln or the interevst sleion in The fieeit', dail ,f d,. -fenl.0iir rho to-oly oerf tl eM 1 I
o-enients ad rri i l th tri t i le 0nt Itlia. s itrts wot, Min Explosion Kills Fifty. Pr i d Ill :-- J,. W n of I ll
mo a grlat and e .. I al ic I It
ani a end st "I- ferini- trie tl "" het11 it ian bltoe titliok tic-l thalt rtll- Hi.e It r +rA gac and l st exphlod in It a o line n 'ir sm I IIo-r i'lilct IiW;it: ,i
....Ie. tliin" l would have the louink -.i lled IIy the t Yi e Alr., live. 1r- I ca ih ... I -i ..tid 0 ito th enr't ..
mal chIo l inn h e n i.. a I rc n tll the injurl- o"t
Ibot h i t. fi1 O ,- i ...- lid- f ...a i ts sti snll she t matjo s tri t ei a v fe ore. s lt t heiifIl Itt the o nl hItT IioaI
east 1by e n t o t h n ic ill l '- c it illl l i their clolial, dimre- I In Th Bigts i a w ed. oi alu at Ic cr- lll idld in Il .
'sal*t* 1 i 'ita lip- i- cot Illthastnnod 4(l per centird
In chief s imtld t.,!h Ito Ie then l tl O es t Ie lit of ot l Th- s:honer Ibonan I IoI a i ; and 40 per et in
"ou a mission otlc I-t -lad cIi i-y stilreictlshice arl! eur-third by the t a
t'eo ithenaooli of tv-el iirt oir, DrSo r t the oi t ond only seave mansted .retl
the s ile interest 11,1 h, i I t f--n l swearing I, of the two- 4 a-o to t tn o t he orlly ns I er s o t o ile Chabe ag dy ,
Pr ky th the ef.ely islas i tim 9 rlbt m.s e.Cwr 1. the
there. I tlhr a hl.w-:, i ; i:I i llr-es fosti theI a ht st aIn r b- oonk la, | ,It:lang sttaede st many .f the atedn l for LCded
ton c r5 t ilre. basve ih- t srsl 1"I. savle bna l,-hr I aiy v- o ht e-nl of the
-il lle b Igi a oi g eltsrrnlmjt. Death of Colnhl Colyac. ll '-.n.-gh t..mredy. Tl leris nedaI,-
eotters to Santa Claus. d oilol, The ti n rl.r r TO.elyr. the n1 i ji ne bl, It, V ard reet m a ras nri Tt.
Tnhe plm lc Tar-co. l 11:1 th rv Ini scle an t -an ii l l o p i lhr : e .o A_,I .la lf. Ottbeslr the noted jurist Ll -n It is atinld iem d r es alw h ,
Tp d he is apsma or, a sv-lIli: lol l fo.r an ainidies/ i lt a io vt. cieiiotos ecse-t- lr aii i iLilli of ttIle lt l ,(i I th oul ttotFyl l e. ods e O rcp nd wlnmpisNg. lf,
imd hi1'~ll'cs-i llhre is no b strrr nwlirne in tuh4
eeraing Chota 1'.ul p]i [,;[>I el' Y)1.i[L ] liaAl it his h l*y ik h, -Ifi
Ic or l otl aa he -c ia; c .a -I--. ni toI ;s t at" loino o io Nill lol- toe l fhiro e dioven It is not ot a
lette a, L. td i r e, cal li i a- d b tht-e 11 ..0 l t nlan-c beo is tt'ie na,,- i l sill-a Tel it.. Io. 13 at the aal cC -v-slain u-sr e Ac eoup, utoth, l 1h, dod
bien t .i- t 1 I lle.ilonl ,l-e 003 br- a :o ai. T f t Will-i.-.-D A imnd Fight- t:-t irl t r l I si.h itnrns o
pili"' 1110 tnc c rt-'ay li e i 0- 1 C cio
tad ie s ,- t l i t It-hat l li ian ,f 1 l an llomid m il-c I ei. .dl r *f l "v s f n s l i il i nili M -in e E xpl tio n i K ills r0 i om air, hvek don h o r g t an sll oi n s I e ia,
Sletti.-'s outv 1t I~nrll t r lV any r,. A- nd A f .i-oIri c-le;,II :, an.-,r "d -..l1 D-. ,! no .pIOn ocurred at nmt emortons +when Mhis miln d uir's
S- l rn th '~r Tit ile Pat- 11 -il ar te1n l a it n n1lilt.
iini I nltlcc-r t rh-r e I,\ l :o so1 oili-ii Ii' -I-) a-r 3 1;i tAll.I .- i o1 t a.11Ptsu -o.ll- ti ai Ies t llogr i l., d t i'r lll- :
I ;, mr Ce .......' list Ibh, meno--s' Ire--si, all c- wi ie- i i I-,lr itf de- 1.-te In I .g n,,fideely-toalboe atitoall.fil. F

s i-al c-y tI- Iflooaai -,1 - I Inato to 1- -licr vIy I .
r,,~o1!i. i 6cf i,, r ............ I.... ;I ......i.. -,..... -.... -i, a a.... ri. .e. E..ea.a.. C A S T O R rA

a + YI- Ktinh. 1p,: in ticri.m- T-wn y to Be It. t0,o 1.
a n.l, o .hi.. ta ....! ..t. ,iia tm m H e 1H wu1 nutd- .
-:Itf K ,ib i Tes Bot. ci- inr,-ac-.a o-c Ialili he Iea 51 o Taltr y AgeI.

,td beke atl- A o ina n .; i Ii-- 1.4- 1. N.o o f ;:. l r
tote the : :mogt i .t t i t oI 'W' u:,
h bee l hgr- t i'at,'ta' \. tn \ 1 7 : .. :
liaka.sf2, 1 o i 1n0 =.:-li I I% :l-ti-,.,, nI ;
w Ib 1 1. a m e t wil k ,,,la : ...
ito c-lm It -v1isi coa plteed W ""'' V-i I"-I ''It
Ilsc yes.s, i : ie i c -
. i- Axv-o-n Do~y v- ciGoaz- r : i v1; the 0:-Aii -

to t the ria-a ll ito.ThI at 1: r c ic-N
iuL IT I, :,try It. r r "`_ So'orittns In Ares-ic. .
Sh-in l: It l-+. o. whi.h l-it i atos. ns + 1" . .
.ed ths sat e era-n.-t .tldls sJ samdac rvr m --wWI 0 tfe r k Ailltnrri 1 n c
rs t it'is i- i t t I l, efe t I fi al r.i.-a- n.- i, i c i i n ....
byeonr th tie Idg coo lat 'Iaiim I rti l "i l m--ci' I: nrao c fci',. .
by freerl Ores and -, aolcfot lonoter- - c---bl - r- rI - eali- - - -
ogt, i piant tomne teet aca l iii Ii hi a-cs on -c.-r- 1- -f-,- ,to.- 1 .-h
tre- a e s-olyd g amta a oo t alt -, t..nnria-. lc nc to n b--i vtuL It.11 e'-' .
,r Imes.-.t Mtry I.y sl tn the AngSre one. The Joyu
abie oe Christms trees do not groew prolcllitit The Ioyicc s aiI

ts most importantL bt Is the leeM k T ri.ctrro' OnawI ,f v eda-,-in sO a i lo a -il Ie Ic. -ws flu it - o Iicin t a It ..i F E
end three Is nmo faoen for ...c... oo Y, I. be h iF TO FRIEND.
smacry againot uaing land to growI Kinlecyr Illnslo esrettgii lofll z o ni ifl :, i wiia lad, ia
Christmis trms- than t0 glow r low Os hna tf lao- -: o- migraitnosd nclr:1- il;iefne at rt'ileir ill ,lox -re t -l-nc. O l oels 'Is pl. Thepeertonal recommeo a at. j, Spew
A Mrorhg to Mr. ceelle rxartnol Ittwelt of New Jee ; ne ir elemir. SaaE l .1a-mo, hi-. l T, x wr ol It. itarn i II n pin w h b on of0-gi ad
of the Ch .n e I t ies .e.i iof .e s -O It ie 00 I Tv. rro c Ioe +lihirl t.k. te l'aIni
It' . ... ite fin ..cssrcoemosvinabytttret b eit a

a,,i- -- a' - ,

= sgam at" Ta a relet 1 IN f | i o iteo. Toe. w-ime hosewrm WelL
f I11111111 the can oofth. ll Hou (Tmpa Tribue.l It Isaki-blohw ut. a sho.w a
Thomas BE at With as r rdeathaf mrs cloa d lsnsdibsle s a
|o ..... a ME ,he .1.."

wMfa a blrd aef blda ab of the -mof that a riflames mh lN the hiu-ftha
it t ll h te I ksag ian dea n sb aln pse awa at a ripe e.i teb which is rdony hadled. he
Ph....ea Ie. ir h r. t lmU b biV Gm d *wan. y M or a rip Glehrt Ia Boo thnaalyadiashadew a faI tala henbTe
IM~I b ~ih a c. otel Oa ee. iL, B Dema rt Hre poisha.e .ao She seled at e r ednd LU e To -u dhemimf maidmsII. Tu m en Iwn
Muan Baihread Coi asti. m t tIly I gad i hangg e ngg eby emIble ssI a j Ift er te e r bhetween BthI tat, m TF ch ase. -ad
.h e e at a n-e mai the ia e r a electrie iItol tse i or us t l e w adislameI p p b r and lived near the lake il bar death. the t t h k h oI the system Itrogh t1m
at Ilve Oak the buda= s lcton of 1h tat sad hm o it ilieve almos M Miey was t e tead o the alaw edua wllch oM wi m-aria W- i
r~ ul will have the work completed within ky troblen if ua n ~ the l eat fmily ia illhaoh eumaty, a nh beL Mtb any" sYalct ito 1d with
fewi da nA Thin rh eI ated- dmob ==l Bya mosa Itat wo e the eapimant pelvic dnla ad eak-
w t anceh it the agreement the buim Igi n A set Rooeevelt to smile me breodlyr and low tisld. sat undexrtadi
W..l- .re t m ipa isttitsa n
Snes fe of 12th street. who bare con. T, iolo d aeod dione ed thn ever aebold he hear of it. and thlatthis scretdrai srobblng the cheek
1t I tm l m ar ellner at n I"the certaein mim to defray the ex azrei oeme. Her o e im esoipe; ale him to utter hs favortte word of its fteham sdl Ush fd m lat l
tOeMsese Thaod teat th a eldealite ll with even mon. emAbe A e th af
fy Is DUmibe. UKg sitreet at ight ad reminds One ofr Coied Co ti te omear- ; A than ; s hie theree As lt hielthk
aBradway, New York, with ts reha Compound Sarnparrills, three Mrs. Miley was married goce. MSe of theUdli se eas sely
O f at S fn Palm Bc o midnight n.-Muml Metrool. onaom Take a teaompol ater each bad 13 cnildren. Two sM were kill- orr a ied Is l
Bl The B haRoe eard d tet tome th al how b a- aml and at b i ed n n Cv r. Ckhildren mrt- t l
i M Saturday last soarme mai boye di we be ll-known di .D he in town ed Civil WarCld avi
ae S t ." . d a barrel of what utey uppos. ais athoily i a the irIIa ae nl r are Mrs. J. J. Barr.o Ta
e Ti I d to bkhe lder n ike lake hare J ll' h sdmn mily mitd at ba b p: Mr avis of n Mr e
SThe mwagpr a of easte north of ton. They otled .. in a aGiddenas of Pera: M. oM. dMiley and i ler a l n It makeakr .lm
naotheof town. They notied MAJo V rgee .relnr ol ll
n o have t amd a county pe. as Bllamy of the nd, and hw ee Went the e H. o e -b.o etrun *ai.ckmnrs welL I--sd-
atln ads have Increased the ab to investigate and found ft gaUn ctre. ad often oeromer the I rt and S. A. Miley, of SIefner. o n nL
bi rat amf cin. tofo 5 o Chrtuistn am a litle eter the derati or their mother w me wholly of them nativea Aaeriae. mediS-
frt- $1.00 to of Christmas b.. The qestion af while. This mixiere is mid to i ano thee mton and danghters at--a tel Inal motsnt Ill
yar* ownership was disctused when Sherlif all blod dirderand arem the rheoa- es on rtem tpte-l nal roo mby
At Li Oate lst Tuodnay iEmmett Carter turned It over to the railroad tim byr forcing the kidneya to Ster ad o compute the exact number ot grEtl i lg Seical &noitre.i f al' as
Mires wa sienoeed to twelve months company on the suppolslon that It had strin from the blood ad stemI all unei children who survlve the deeuased, to- woran 'spcliarilmn
i the State prImAL after having been rolled out of a car wh n ile a traiTn wai hi co Try rit er tdown io heath by tao frequent O earing of
icted of the charge of Illegal elld- rnding the arve. Special Agent yu aren't rell. S e the prescription re hlidre, as I the
og ra iqor. Harden arrived here Sunday mornlt .The children approximate that Mrs. O le t theo mio g
Captea J. F. Jadnn has resigned tried to trace the ownership, bt Tah pa's Cigar Induitry. Miley had 70 grandchildren, 25 great- lalalm e tanl isOm mte r medlinerlt t.
his comma a head of the Miami B- failed The barrel ha since behe (Tribune.) grandchldre.n and six great great Ao sm A vorit Psr iooL
s, Floria State TrT;op and hal "'leaking," while maen in town have Taa even with tIe hi-ment ranh eng rel of Eimter ons ag en rsrln

I llr ilght by cloe ng all the open Con iderable interast was centered t560000, and Is now roaing on the of the moalt omarshble ae of healing TI B uI l Ao. N .Y.
Tampsn even wrth the shipmenlt of wamber t.e hedty ot the l +. . -ew

I-ag Bs n bed ro m t the tprelinary hearie n onlW. Pe way to how an lreae ot millions r ere i F b ia o id
the s Hp u 3 year old. Slan then of t d then weepin athe d t be oret 198 noc e in the ta ity' do. ced on my lg wii h w In, llr
At the et mlar Aieel othe t" o tol D. t Rober t Foci The reolrd or l ll be le n d Por Ooi yner I wat now erthle- 3bD.o S o lted by ]@risc
ll grow iaitenad anucide Wedrai sen ew wekneos ago. M i. rons swig n shipy ed, while o aw mrin aty r e Gnn d to witnce all in .. m, by.
e oRigid bylosnall the open Considerable interest weat cenered 560.000. and is nowmpushing tn theofOthenick remarkable caOsem healing S 1ao. Nr.Y.
Up In s bed manl a dd turnin on the preliminary heang of W- P- way to show. e o Cris as.e millions place myro "Book[ -. Arai.. Solve
Sloa ne the first of the week in the c ut fonser 19at kos t ettension door. cared
At the rsdxt regu lar g e t- o t tis Dk I. Roberts t Fort The record fill the yeal il 277 som0 000 su redoert yersn. I ..'. am now: eighty-
l he Ided proidtn a nd-iwan represented by F. L Hemminlgo night of the present week the e- ton Baner Drag Store and Titniville Pil e- RUDDER
Ma far 0.00. omre or l, for te of Feort Pierce, assisted by Robt H. ta 278,10,000 had en reached. As HOW TO BOOKS
Srlg e ade protection of Dat hSeymour of Miami. Judge Otis RI the special package cars In which cl. St Petersburg Proposed Bond Ims ol a Bo lea..o e.t.. a torit tnme
and the ty waptero tgrko. o e Parker A. D. Penn condocted tre sart are shipped eho Satorday lew t An Ordnance bha bee pabsed by, 1-l '
ad d thrctnty amer ae e tintF om v p an t are ereing a l u .e
lhto Co e ti n Som tihe wait aen. l -m n ay. e th shipments lfe the week the city council of Si. Petersburg p o ra.e,0cSn.
eapt eran eghtL re e en Co a I eo minin e t nsll D iere atuarally mch larger than the idng for a bond lu 00. b0.000 na vo $.l a maedori t
oa etr day o t a ted Loeni Robert the jwai wnuded Ban, Contended arecor made toFrldae-42p0.000. Ow- rhle the otenrill eprein their p ba" '.
n Wednes night ba y md Leteisd, s e nt aware of Sloan- pr' l to the ru a a of h usines in the va- proral o dl opproval oe Taenny DE erW n aaIL.n a nlHCiN
alse Len BOy. allasi Caedy ay. e anond nil the ring mmencired ad or n reight and epreta o oest of the rober 311t. The obelta, of the .is .." '.a,..a.. /c i
bad neat. Lew ais dea rIed Al a that the attac was entirely o pon citty. shipment reports for Satardaye a re ae as follown:e "
teet aroe rabout 30 year rdod. weighs ed. The defense wai ed sthe inronou* t b red. I not hih l believe For rit.ting ha publc shool buhtdin o. o .n .A ... a. s e
abt 150 p nd whh a h mal ta n of elvdence, here pn ldge Fee thtthe dayl shipments wold ri.e. s(2..o $ 2e5- b . r-eoog wu t-..
mtae. aled naet ctlaiela hi and l sson o a atoe te cict o pled te rerd ote werk tonsider For purcalng waterirnI, l OuL TO ILO A ,OTO o as
thn nt yet been ipprehended. placing him Under a $500 bnd wh ich abybeond .000l r hich hl o th. 0le w)1 rr 000hoI ..'h:'. 3 rC
Capoate George LanFeyLtte Dncy n promptly furalshed.-Fort Pierce in icr n horlk has been iashed For deepening ad improvnge t sOw To TeUn Io a IAeNOCVOUT
25 y ta s of age, a proi lnent young Nm w. at manry of the lfatorleres eennp to the m reset channl leading to the ba, .t ; .atn o
iso t at city last Wedlidly. Thih Joes wal convichted Ia the Circuit Coneervltrev peron eotimate that F r F newr extenoion. tISe. .. L O
ftrnral on Thnrsday wan largely at court is weli of robbing the war,, he record for the ar or ie ar will be oe For street crosalin, 4Wt.m.' ea nua roDS*. e C
termaedn. e Metro.plltn nay J. FlorH ho e at pan All hseems to have thi like ; 2.,Oro. which will be re Fr purchainE that portion of ithe ra. .
Id State Trops. of shie here a wthe young or at least oal that last un I r e in vw of th pric t ty le not no w e 0he cI eUID a o -EL C T
orgeniner and lrst captain, being Int n hin possession. wau somwe nnsinol tobacco, ra ard by the drouth in Cuba. and flo inproving the water oruni,,y. *' -l--
th nerl proceon to St. Johs railway Ucket rHe convicted flinocial depression following the re ;. PRICC EACH
Eptecopal chureh and Evergreen cemm and sentenced o pay a oinn of $"I 0- r -nt panic and other adverse condi- For widenlio Central avenue r o s*en
etery. to serve a term of sin months in thR tions thai have recently prerailed. Seventh street. soth. too 1 e1,000. i,,.,-.:. ,, t
Now that the work on the Long Key county jal. Judge Bulloct wrote Tampa rnercted this year to makte -
viaduct is practically completed, some lopehing letter to the I ouig wan', a mahrk of but the aomCe Ouwes Blooad Skin Deas.te, Cancer. rTd RUDODR PUBUSHINeG CO.
So the ovesel. rhich have been used on ater and b egged him to pay the fin t.-i rt of hie giga tirc tas n wa. of Greap fBlood Priier Free a a n .... a,. .
the wori k ill be.laid up for a while and w ead fo tbe youne man Ti tiourve. prevented by the condition'l II o ir bli ID i i alpn t. tii lito -. t ... it c ; .'
The lrarge freight sceaer Theopholrl father, who reldes in Soth Carolina I nlntrlona 11in or till hrer u rne f i t i ne ht, DO-
cane up yesterday from the waor s. d wirli the oea to buy hi on h a e er. huT ei. ain-g s" l r__" P-- tUa
raxs moored in the channel near the if T and draw on him for the amount Long I vie th X iidi b elat l pimi ly thini ri nc, iaid
Was Assure d in t annel caf he Ioma lef racene, o at w Z P I w TR o5E E D
terminal dock. The stearer J. H if the ticket and cot of court.e Th i, t1e ,.,ptornv thruhout E eo ni, ria, 'eroniairec. or any bit- t B -r
Sto ut 1 rte b .ent here in thin a on man le reoieing last ni gh. t h ,h A ihe e of iin i the t
y or o. Thee r e -s.l hate been and will apend his Christmas at honot, -.. antdt I nt I1 a."d i t- ll re. Itol n-ilt -
,day or t Iuntinery, binllsofiistati l lf Pittw a iooi t t.i i af m s't ee
employtIl in carrylgn c..,itt anti hl with his panent. instend of In the uli,,|..,f ,,ro f .r J.lia, t"r"eai rn, h r or;et l ,rce I ,- rer i S ;? "tO ri-
nr materials from Ke, Wei t t thi 01 ex uaphal 0 1- 1. Bao r. ieite. Tnete. lsee i,,: "It nr pi -t a t It Ii- Iret i ; 5"c
tenlsin works anid 1wil 1 kept he, hU mig he cnal Tae- ." ir PliteN .i ,i .. I
until needed again.--llami Meirolli n. ornin!g the schooner Mount Vemolriuon i, ilMa l by a Mn jority of thI :*. *' .. : : -. tti Ii t tlt r at',i *
St. Poterbuo g sustainetd a t$4,-0 olldet d with the emhoontr 8. R. .a1- laiitai ttfthMiiuntrv. lNewDir cvrv- '
St. Peter ud ousth e I were .4.ldlra clnt .- Iwan4,. -, e, lt, .1 .,r ror Over Sixty Yea rs*
h..H iI "d .-A "ne 1, .
rI l^'Itir .tt 2db- and ml tnt wtl rt, ,: Z
s or e l s tea r l y T hur s d a y m o rj unt aw i ` fih e M 1 1 Y -;:' t es la l t o hi t e i f on l tl M A 1 W HO P
the mLn e me ol H.. DiDlskns. ereo tlU. ltr rnd wae makAin hr .! - fo I. A- r
destroyed. The losic s on a the Cetitniti t tt i ht1 1f.- ft- tlt l
Is a 15,0 Sa d & no -i k thttt..itlwr eIrtan of i ruhiirl, titI oic Ie is ti..a a tt n
$5.00. It wai Only by hari d o ri :i lienkown ; hin W 1,r It YEAR S'
ot- ie ;t +- t to gg.,,,1,lin. ]Cl..-- ,.,dace.t.t.,.to.50., r r ,tle hY Y EARC S
the fire department M ed T.T w of. .hedgll: "'
er entllideowc t fral he n t.a ies, t,. : ti t tt .. 't i. ,. .. ,- a-. t ..t I l. '. I .rnd of it. h i 1k
ratlins w-re thiPn made ittt it.n :h -L T";t ;.th :. ll i:J ,i"
Colonial Twit h c wo otiw n lii Ft,, own-- Il k eV ;t i., f ,.- : tti+ ,.,itb.-l,-.,, WWIil-,t,;i ,
Baxier of hre d fnata l Is.tubdi .. .iiil-. th- -. . .t. t . .. ti .. tt t:, ,,,t,,,t ,l a,, ,, 1 t. ... .
day nelr. anl a most esui rs it'a !.Ie ,l:___ _ aI.____ _:_r, a1___ ____ '"_:_" ___i i _ _l" __ :_;__ltl llt' t to.,. t
son was antiripattid. Tihe 1 th n,, I-. i ,le., e an wil- 1,, t -: kal-Y w ? i.,
lted In Ith,- kitchen. unt- :, Otil, .t- !an eat 6ct. eu n A 1 : +L:7 DY -t ,f PAPERC

whc aftt;r nhb" i, +hs|... ;l "1"= __^ ** :' .. '.'* f ~ w ^ Q BS^ M. .' ..
do, to t, ceo iesnncs s of oi, ise -t, n 11 iti iv t-.utt tt:- i t ttt it or. i 6-,, PA TPE

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th e dist of taced It Bes.t it. tth I +. ti
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The inLip-o toc itt the top ae the irro" C ooid a LIV.R l t .t l i "t- -. va .3t ,tI *, eot-ct. s. .-e t r. -
i~ki 6: At tllll!G116 WHTr0i-S0P-.
how distinctly ch tl'une wi t. p. 'ed ..... hwhi i .-i -.1l..... "l"ce-RCutt MAGIC. k.... SOgP
next. Thbi tidirtor will cmawt upi !" Ni-c sad .di a) &-.t
99 an d E Cot;.cues, len- r ., if ", +., 3 ,;+ %Xtll'l"E
mak+ then it starts at I again anti t` itche aIo r i ne.nw and stw tfnz. in.iue .ie., o.r tr-rt, i*,a g
driven T- "tt,. v.., mey hbeet n i tftr th A tt ultt At OA ,T efDlU e't -S?
d~llomuntiu ntL chthe lin,;,+; co- dom"st ha"Pa- n DR. TL.TT'S ; .
Pre tore untilmr e a i tit reache t lrcte.-Ti t Ft-,ot..ttr 4T
i anLd'ER PLLS. laa a tr-S te-ialw itl"aw I; tiiIm-lltsnit. Isatire Prove- "-c f MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP50 WORKS Ld f~T". -'.+i;Y-A a+p+ y+
Abgain od i tred he.-t. -Ti- %o Substitute. ti aea dr... Chic Oane La. -ti.Y IUN

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LO-IDA WTAE uth -f
td ns Gl. l lai.w, y ,fasi th e saw.-
S latsm. wanaa m qainsiqi han
bowr .pmet at U ie

erara ma attb

t ehir, bethehir e of the I smocratieat-
-orw to d. o so

n lased ath tm stgat the a oedn Ca at y t -
Q.reink rtla in b Uact isafCE Pr. oh e ps Thi a ae UPo esor wb Pl

Seedetlby the i stateln min ht Ny his I terd tg exhibteo at "e
Unie a nshme charities Wof tNew per Ioue tordaym ight. Teasa r
ometrofur thea pulitlyeaasodl public quetinan i worth mnove lb o

be p to hae thea 8,v00 fm ina wpingieg noaer ben o s we a of
congioret sprilmtin a te p- dn poelilit ie-
er. Steddm is readed in theare e anyt Democratic leades r
U hbylr hinbgele gu it helpmfl wt e the opiniotisther h ie id
eiM y 00, h e greaer b the ho of the Dwaemcatreios earth

soweMaoeteO s tdof the Boxing contes

war of whita in wat frealt city in l. e diult ad vaeu
swies ald wrist monggvemnatv to perye-
a, I I ae statwo tn hat teabed nonteting exsibimato bewthen

I-- nrticaly is the advice aNew York Pra. Joe Fiamlian, the champion ofFlor-
ii Bo he chaitien of othe a o a. W. Woodhe afa Si
.ith ollr trepo 000bl o rel eAl rvei, showing how the great

is lome stranso r 5 wtr o a. ane Sllst ontrain or nl hi lighta
The a distributed who want iempuni bothasof it a cub

S toplve Inm aleyjy gn d the gate b the pefa sh g h por s veln sw-

part tn the hare now geting. rg gall the dicult an bd evaopr bae
swings oan .dat movement. to perfer-

The eingear o ldbe n IonoTked pved he ropdelf extre tery ame foig
freen agd to p ae of rin hat e tk nr ld boing match betweae
pch scwi l y is the adviead New York r aif. Joe h ediig, the champisn otflor-

lyonicheia n Thae n of the ad G d, f thEt Side
g Thity dotr in responible o ore m iore iebow Y one.It aery
dotse then the publice i aware ofi cver ad inteestingmatch andecel-
Sbesae it m strainook. We mist w fe Ther going t beg severy othr af-
Bet i d e w wi t the old-t n peofo mae a grat

to her munlg l ejry good health the spectatorest sfhoring hri spenar

sad their As atch a greatda clu ning le y d s edre a l HI
Wo than tAhy eo ettin gtging e tactiesr o an. lie f thie expa eriee of
r _e tha ntF me _ e_ ti rieg generalship re hey nd crmpaein
Te cotming year should be looked proved himself extrmely iwme lghbt-

S brtighnet s and prosperity fordd of the swaft left jale, right nrib roaner. "
ieb. Teome is enot a town of nter wile. ith eewd vigor afte the Hllot-

--, ,,, t g.u tnmn CLEcGYE. "S 000 THEORY.i
ted onu minute.ret conchougt ee'h

anhasabettonrtlpreeeoutnatr Candthe Kentu Military ifti- ... ..o..r. Eeisoitob er -lotb
ney in Jaof our facilities, by successfully tte, Florida the fprofestur has taugh ll A
e neiatgth nd e tfrour money pvehis a rea st prominea the norting e
ste of eward for strick enforce Inugurity ae m r interested shule

tcoming more prvat in thes coua Fl th oria as Coast fall o their ver binau ou oe u tsy o r e
our local history. If our businesatrdny ight
tr and ill all goodme slitt closer to- Primes gof. Joe Fin between hur year notwithstanding the terrible drouth It conngagd may
gethe Jaallro ltogethere puponils alreand Miamiandasusuali h yat ains lots of valdle informtion. Apply to

shall that avery watormee and cn- dub swigingl be operated gibetweevin Jackson- le e l m r uts to M Sa
paved with god intentions, b hell several matcheson and .ill b. Patill, Osteen
se Warredn eahrie. "Aigateor Jo," whose re a, eot meda eadheds. mcra alrmesa .in a said (iti b psecaal we
e ar. e eightis nearly f these tans, tobeknown 3m0ige S. Bergmann, Merrittta

Gon't. roe berdess paying andor asto the Miami antd Nasau special, wih li
the New York World. that he p Trphefporho- myfieoosw Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1908'

ointed Wlliakemthe rJamesBrlveyan Unito "t inforillof the latest important h_______is short-
Stotes scheator or the unexhavpired through. Feltour ghist trains beptoween New r.
triedand filed is better thannot to YorkandlSt. Augustine.ndChleyrollego. CLE fYiaS OD THEORY.
term because of yr. By tent Colutbia A. C.. Washingto.

an haes shown "a prosecuting mattlo C., nd i the Kentky Military iti- Hopes we'tli s Mail Orders for-
hy in Jacksonville, by succestfully tate.Florid Theeprofessorlaeno aught taTdAsaar i o Lsrs yr.MA P E S
pwhole wing the in the betrst and by his seveal thatof the mot rominent me in -i n H Wak, suet r hio.
glorious countrythe worldd. .t court of thtea of Flutor to Mhaervin -.. i 1
vigrousthe eorement ertheewyearwith versed the deision rendered by OBBIN
make the bst of everythin that Cof h a vs ttholi e ity. t. C. RyCo., ..ia tAHAM ER
duty totenfoure." Here is an in- d t higher oHE as.. Nr or E TWr o P.

stance of reward forstri enforce Pd ute Winterf JACKSONVILLEule FLA.
in t th e n e an rSend for one of our Vegetable Pmphlets and seek mbraci
mnt of off cl duty that is daily begitagng 0 JPanuary tati. the "ry madee .hat goys, D l F Goodreslt

Minesota, morakes some predictions river. Tbeplasntiffssuedforspeifie net tBy. g- l tift e reports theres, made whather g ood result
rtigg08 n theorseofhis eo A. Wa-rmaneof ontra- o were td by the use of the Mapes Manures this
tdis hes demura its inter hedule between yer notwithsnding the terrible douth. It cn-
___t__________ Jacklsonville and Miami nd, sowasusual. I.wet ,- O sla -. t ordli t... Velots of vludle information. Apply to
There are few things mor helpful will iveasplendid service for the fall. ohs be anla h-ate for t, E. L Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
than New Year's routions. aceommodation of the patrons of the .".'a' "r rmt ea 0os. Paxton,
road. Three through trains daily n"b Neo V-1, Taiae- s.. p I Jog. PLXton, Rockledge
tell us that a very warm place to will be opee b J. M. Sanders, Cocoa
paved with good intentions, but sup- ville pnd Miami, in each direction.-mmo-I fo- ti, a Me ua A. T. Ptilo, Ostecin p
pose we never indulged any? Would- and one of these t ainr, to be known lS. Bergmann, Merritt
n't there be less paving and mor As the Mismi sod Nasu special. il Ther only loftol lire, the snly et ort
desinesmofthatplace? Thethingto carry parlor car coahees anda b s. a that sh licb ealahleie et. pJ. TS a l
dois to nake the resolve to "turn csr. and will stop only at important aa-,,.. aa-aalai-,a. eaaaaa1-n u-basaPl11
over a new leaf," and try to live up stations. On the saime date tbe r hoea,- aat llaea-rrfaasaa
tothe changed condition. To through tourist trains between New Ill,- a. aha Pcv. I Me. Wooa-las -
tried and failed is better than not t York and St. Augustine. and Chic-Ago f ,leas 4 1aa-a Rithata Frederick los eego.a vet
have tried at all. There may lots of and Cincinnati and St. Augustine. all mesa. 1. aa--at foe bin nsta-e
via Jacksonville. will be inaugurated. - ii Mail Orders for
would prefer otherwise, but on the Important Law Decision rt .i.e. solyw alas I 1 'll-] cst ov r
whale we ive in the best and moiest We ae informed that the supreme-.
glorious country in the world. Lot court of the state of lorida ha. re-
tus,therefore.enterthenewyearwith versed the decision rendered by R OBBINS
hope and confidence, determined to Judge Jones in the cseeof A.. Tay

fentor r adnotge. which wan appealed to the higher AoA THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.
court by the plaintiff. This ease re-
Johmn's Pediction fersto the renovalof the Y. trackl
into the river at Rockledge mi Thidompnoe sa who carry a largo and varied stock embracing
changing of the psaenger station to rv, ot the 6i Lucie River, Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods
World John& Johuson.governorof the nsinlineof therood fromthe asfscr River, Ad on Bio
Minnesota. makes same predhctaosis river. Theplaintiffosuedforopeeific caye Basy. Gift Books. Pictures, Leather Goods
respetingl Inthecur hi performanceofcontratinwhichte pIIC T SIT TET Express Wagons Rocking Horses
dispatch he says demurrer of the defendant company
Itmustbe attktourprie. waitsstainedinthelowercourt. It oladis elocipedes, Fireworks
a t wl mar resypoble remains to beamen what the nextstep roMra...s
forTteTUsnIo thetrst. ital will be in thisLamatlaw. TrrUBVILLE AND MIAMI.

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THE FLAM AM T A"-p'-'- 2

dTUE If Uyou want sweet

aidhb as al a m ao aI=S 4h7
-M-ft.r- y ... --llegally .In..,- in your home buy a

-e -- M-o u.- Sawn m at a to FARRAND ORGAN
wa e w. MW fire a aw s- oi m s resda ane I Ishe U
m an amens ft. me ceSart h e t m arIt h i m t me wot
0. :: Main ft MM "ON i 0 to aw ---md 0t ouemkl, "-0
w a sto of IW m d m der arMt he hmaeint drw hbi
f tm eo dep t to t"e a ear of UMgS ptui. finrs e the deputy twitn, m I
d cate. Wh ie ear was bei 'hlut tabling elect In the right _bresa st
ade. ,a satem at at ae the eai lther at nce or the am c The IaI
Stina s pre.irs. w sale tma bkehed tot of the bem and ras
aSfred a ha New out tonsing he The shelf at Greet Caoe Springs use
beiling r au mad hat us a to fludld dlet at te f the'
gi ar sp th te y.m s Saa. of the shooting from which point he J a h
Ase gdl a n poslile Ngie D-w tracked the eg to viulle J Wght and ghting ob
pass want to Hi aid. canl g teor help he can told he had take the Seaosri e T r o "
he a a with tLe as O ArLla to at 10 o cock that The TametU1iotn o Friday h:ys
B m ( r bM nteiht. Obt the OerUl not bain t o the th lsr Judge A. 0. W1trh
SBe l oat el the holl water on red that thise was true. made furt a ltter receved tter fIrom his old .hIpmate
ft. em a meat s tl a stretcher search which showed the fact that the Admlral ritbley D Ias. ta in respone
S neaOi t be mlt t ofthe ab. The t went thtrogh the woods toward to e" written hib m 1ew days before
ishat wvr leading the stoekhoard teorgin The sherif tahing up the ic g the battle of Fort Flsher
tn e4%is DEgineerm Dpree to- help, trc aSgat, followed it to the St. whe two men met in deadly *
Sa Stm the tras thinking that t she Mrs river, where he overtook the bat la 1865, After answeriag the
glt an a oig to exnde. The nero onu the bridge nd placed him judge as qestion. the tadiral wrote:
oin aa wa take to Dr. Rea eot under arrlt. The sherif and his ipo- "Sunday night I shall leave here
sa whaee teerykrtn that could be ua returning here with his prisoner at (Washington) for Fort Monroe sa
dmse toeor ee i gsrest oatertg was a te hoer tonight Ed Stuart killed Wil lok out for your wireless when
adind Ierd. Dr. E. I. DePae, the a man at Long Statio n I VolauIsta a- ping the coast of Florid."
omPaMy's surgem oft Archer, wa wrl tI) about two or three years agM The dge sent the ollowing me- -
1 ber amud enem by seelal trainl After Knilht is yet alite. but is very senoito sage to him last Tuesday night; "tlt-
tah physlensno found his condition o ly wounded. JIr received. G edpetod. a ccess rl
he imholess he wam moved to the home trip mad a safe retuirn.
Jd MT. J. P. StrUIctlad, where Ie dib Aesoribleo Day The wireless station at Satsnah
after stering excreciating aorji One of the das wie remember with tyeted yeteay to Judge Wright th t
a ou .iure, a ell" Sa with pit or the message was delivered oa boar.:
he sour hott nta health, it the one on which we became the ha Ship Coeneetiet on Ta nata
The sW ei trai that brought Dr. s intd ith D. Kins ew Life ight st11:0 after the admiral hat
!" asMt ILirditoly Ca to Pilhtbpinlemprifiri that'u had-
s tlm me diaote younh. Watbe nd bliioot m, d t th ant e rea ired, and should a reply be sent it
al. They arsrived Jt before he nrigh. g ie. at Banner Dre Store and Ti- would be from a point farther Sauth.
tdi j orille Ph .. acy. These two lod eterans, represi For sale by the
died hnt ate he hoestee Fraalebyot.he
The body *a prepared for bheril New CorporationUs. the Blue and the Gray, beep ep
sad takn to wod, wher the inf- Among the new eorporatloe di ornpodence and the udge verN DI AN RIVER
wal w held toay. papers with the Secretary of State t L d f having distinglh a
Mr. Sauls was a yong man of good Tallhassee are the following:
habits and a general favorlte with ev- The Bishop-Harrison Company, A Th Charming an MUSIC HOUSE,
aaron and Ms sad death has cand cheal C. Bihop, president Is not ne twarile one of perfect nfor and
gredouad sorrow. He had been i thei Harrison. ecretary and treasurer. CapI festal .y a plain .on iho TITUSVILLE, FLA.
o-mpany's service only a short time Ital stock 21,000. Filed December 11. 1 eld nevererver s an a irtis ia mn.l,
ad iaves a I ther mother, bother 1901. Imase thse rare qnalitire tiat all the
and three sters, who hare the av- The Springfield Pecan Company., admirn ; s n me s a eriel cleana p
athy of all i thin their great sorrow. Monticello, Abe Simon, president; S atil artism that mipnmnpiy g r heiirhalti
Eng ~ er Dilree hads were tally D. Clarke. secretary and treasurer. A phy italiv weak womlna u never at-
m and it will be asme tim before Capital stock $20,000. Filed December trtt., oI err a lk ct Electrt:
.aBitns reninre was wottlef. tin Hahrne.
Nto in able to rosmhe i ~ ln 13, i190. nerve bright evy ie, atoth, velvety kin
Mr. Rhanlersa's right hand wa also Sunlight Ga-Lamp Company. Jack- heautiful ontplexion. Gularantree at
badly burneda sonvlle, George DunRan, president, Banner I ruyg St. Titorviill Phar-
SAlbert N. Duean, secretary. Capltai mary. Or"
y stock $15.I. Filed December 13, 197 Congrean W. B. Lamer of Weit VICTOR
btoald toe. h ,a er? when he i American Cooperntive Aenclataon Florid, has announed his intention of T
l and crtr dol' Jackson, ille, W. H. A president; tering the race ted Sates Taking acines, Supplies and
him en uo ay aod ihin r oe h-e eie, ta Capital Senator to Seceed Senator Malor
bee d.o. Buy at lo .te ..t.t C nit....l *c.. ia, een.t-crelry.Records sold by the
Cnem Veomifege gratt known worm stak $0,000. Filed December 13, 190T7 .cr s by t
edicine a cora inor all chtldren's di- Bryant Turpentine Company, Botts Ce rrte Itio
If t is, mild i'it. ra' lthi b ild p ARIVER MUSIC HOUSE
e n. a C. Smitah, Tapa, Fin., werits: tr, secretary a.d treasurer. Capital rf Kat in, toit Ralatnis e H ti,, lOund
: bbyr ws thin Mi sickly, mold on stock $100. Fied December i. 1907. yrulp hare mled all r- r-e TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
sod i all mgl or -mhll. br,,nl-iwt, ilbonllr -nd I.l-
1' routsnilefendundeeiedallnght. Iil The tollowing notaries public hare o ises-t Tt ten-. and i
one boetle of White's Clream Vernmifge n.ury disease. T t-, ftilln
aI in a few dra. hlhy was lasghi'n recentbl been appointed: Kano, writ-e: "I ave never f ..d
hapy and well." Sold by hanner Dn W.. E Coleman, Vernon: W. G. Pow- mndici-ethat woMl iure a Ocith o
SGre and Titusville PhIrmacy ell. Jacksonvlle; W. J. Rooks. justice aickly a aItir!i l' -hnoi md sl ll,.
__ h*rp i- it .'r "Cd r +I bY II- TI
Fe atdit Man's L~ i Iof the pease, District No. 21, Washing-a
ion county. Chipiey; Thomas W.iI A Wlih in ;lime saves n;ine.
(Jacksoaville Metropolls.) sn, Jacksooville. ih in ime save nine.
,ong to Jacksoville Friday morn io TIME IS MONEY Save manya sick spell
lag tast his home In Fernandina, J xTR 1111ave man sick spell
W. Howell, a prominent bnsicen- tan CbMhanin'a Osgh.le b gevi.g 'the chil
d Collector of contest In that plae.. AmO Ity ae d y niving he child
11t either aon the"Itun Or in thisi ct lltgtoisuan Bl*WAI 'iR
alter i adlal an erip co&a. t r W..iri liqr F hoeti BA D
.. 0 Inll& t ..o. --i... .. Hr H' I ...?.. ..... HOREHOUND SYRUP
leg ~i 0 Is iliiit l d.ieh ac1.-n I (rhi
Mr. Howell repotedI the 1-s t to th ill f tti Chanlriins Owt. ) meiy
po:le1 shortly after be noticed the dis had rlai i,-tillt on a cloh h tiol w- \v EVERY MOTHER
appeara, e of the olfund which he Lar on I h l, I ~,l hhll h "i,." r oiI fi t a i rp it iL
t-i In a Inside coat pocket. e i teillt ther rE BlSnl. T Ilt .i t t1,' I I, 1i i u o..L t nltl' t "..
p :itive that the mo y was ia ttll is hi Pill i ieil nti ie tir'tI ftr .i t A t l I II t i n ll i
I-tO we ke he en-t-, l- th, to lt atiti to s i t it tti to cnt ump ition a s i n ehck
room of hotel in t ,is city. Shortl |hugF." _4. .hl Iti ... o,- iPuadia?,t
aft remoinag his ncot. while he c-ah A Household N ss ty.i
Sed the grime o4 a' reairoe a .vr I i ,. yI wi.. -, Bl A Hou seold Ne Csty.
ride rom h fee and handn. Mr. Ho ti kn-k t k Tni' i r re in J. t 'C .. I- T -l .
the cont which be head hunag o a haneg 'u; e" in y c1 nr) mll i tn. tA I h I I idu ..t
r nearby e fitre t Ir t ie an 'elcpy n c it-"aia r e 5t y.r i,.t d SU Ildii i an ., 3 .
'be toilet rom ant anoo e left or o. 'CAIN."; N i ltx
tIe hanger. ael th, fntLterious ditan, Iti i- -Vit tR ES COUGHC. C0tOol MHOA-11tt
.c-rnce of the tons-- was at oce rE c
h I,'di S15e *r lost -h......."..-i.i.. iill Nr Mt hine Sol -l !M"".l. yii !
The enlOp contained one $100 bill rgu E StEh iI on% PRICE 2h5c, I50, and $+' 1 ist
aid the remi. rin.rit wi in r t I SPE1.11 F y R: wovld |. vlt i iD ALL S.til. is li
-uni'ations. Tlhe police b li eve iTi V- usic oue s
.. -:,;:I: :,, Ballar d Snow .ini ment C .
1i the city. or thail it i t11lia. Loth -hi-i Baoar in Tt tKceti C-
in et bn 'nn, I- I NUt Streetcit--i~t'--
his packet whIli on iite tSain -o-in -aI-2 North Sn ,,.d Strant,
to this city. Wf to.t: iS n ti PliI r'. i.mae dnhlalee tm .,i t ],,.. ,,,,ti. l't i
S"Wl3htltt Ot ST. LOLLIS, .M10.,

lCSe Standard Sewing achinl Soldan an l-nVl nlid by
Miis sonld by the Indian River Litl~,villo P Allnlxm cy CllCt
w.e Misic House, Titusille i T3rStlit- DI I atore





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

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


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Letters to Santa Claus.
The postmia:ster *gi'eral has nlae.Wi-
pubeli- his :iimaal I W$ eeL I il.',!;,?I)I 1 4-4 F%
veruing Sainta' I lans. Inl 1.1-f th!~
letters dire4-it-cItoiS 'tc 4:iauIl a-
been 4;tu e tl t-a',() 111C.he a
wvherev-er pt-at eeN. trt-timifll -eittl:'-

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

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


Senate Committees Arranged.
In the senate the c-ommittees have
Ieei- -h:aligetd so ..s to till vacaincies
and make pila,'es for the tnw menitlers.
Knox goes to the front. ai ex!ei-ted.
Ity lecominig f chairtiian of the r'lles
ontiuittle. where lie will have the!
duty of defending the lega lity oCf the
measures prielmsed hy the majority.
Other insi -ortanit ch;,:irmanihslipis are::
A.\pl-ol iriaiii-ons. Allioisn; titutuce. A!l-
r.-l.i: foreign relations. 'n;!lo.i;: iiiiter-
state -Oc;ini)re-,'. IElkins: u:nva;l affairs.
i!;l; I: pines. l.od!il,.
Gore Draws Short Term.
l fere' lhe s\\ .;-ini in of t !:(" two
:I''. -* :enato s fiani lihe" I:- st {ie' of
.< ,': :.ta. ihe4- hIr.-' in the' prl t-
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The Wiiliar-s-De Armond Fight.
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sin; labor, Gardner of New Jersey;
mulitir7 affairs. Hull of Iowa; naval
affairs, Foss of Illinois; postoffice and
post roads. Overstreet of Indiana; rail-
ways and canals, Davidson of Wiscon-
sin; rivers and harbors, Burton of


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


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


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

,r ",,, ,::II. i ,l .it hll .,is h ill N ;.zll-
S :e .!, *T, *. I-".. 1-- ;i- t ;lh :it of, Explosion Ki!s 200.
: *- ':' .i;it ,xl.\posion oc ei lrred t
,'" I "V,' ::li '>i t is Pittshullg ('0:11

4.03.00~0 Christmnas T'ecs a 'ni-
Iiic~---: .;t~ Ol-e'uc -

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er. say. tlini i .-lt is i: : : i . ....
**OI;:.::' : th the 4 .1 -> : 1l oi 't'l li e.s ;:i1 \\;'.-:, fl i !!II ,t r'- ,. "c : i ,-
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trn'es weouid A!eI --rowom -! le-s thaun a!.r '* .
l.40o i :wtvs. lF4 sl i s timtt trees suit- .
able for 4Christm:mas trees do not grow .; :: : :'
in the old forests, where reproduction I..,' \-- ';>.-. ;. ,:: .i-. -:: '.. .,f \.-"
Is most important. but in the open. Y,,rk: ,..... *;:7'r. e,.. ; .
and there is no more reason for an. ,.,... -'';* s :,:. :* .: *-- .,-
outcry against using land to grow Ki:il':eof 1ii'-; ..:-:ia f:.iits.<'o
Christmas trees than to grow flowers. ins l ,f I.y:: i::i,::i:.>:ti :n"t! :>:;n!r..!-
According to Mr. Plnchot. the center: zati,,. wiic-v.-!i of N-ew .ler-ey: insn':ir
of the Christmas tree industry lies in aff-ir. *r-o.t,.- of WOi.'Ini--n; iut.-r-
the big cities of the east. New Yorki sat.- :uiil foreign ominuIer.'e. Ill'loiurn
c!ry and the New England states con- ,f l,, a; judi.ilary. Jenkins of Wise-on-
snmue 1.00,000 trees, or nearly one-hall



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A aediv' re-c. eiamlac-ndch it a- :I fiehu e 1 : J91 h article o fre ~ u a ,!C %C
fo fer eI"je-S4-1- c.1l lay l:,mamlr 111 S r. ricece t~~'41' c'11h:teu.e
1Sor rta!Titti,-vilic ekibarmnu13e*v. ia large part of thqe cjkiviyizdwvrld.

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If you offer from backache, S
There is one way to cure it.
The perfect way is to cure the kidney.
A bad back means sick kidneys
Neglect it, urinary troubles follow.
Doan's Kidney Pills are made for kid -
neys only.
S. B. Lemons, cigarmaker. living at
1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla.. says;
"I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they
cured me of backache and disorder of the
kidneys. Two or three times on account
of the pain in my back I was unable to
go to work for several days. The secre-
tions of the kidneys were in a very bad
condition, dark in color and if allowed
to stand would become of the consistency
of jelly. I tried various remedies taking
what seemed like gallon. of medicine and
I also put on plasters, but nothing help-
ed me at all until I got Doan's Kidney
Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine,
and using them according to directions
they cured me in a very short time."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United .States.
Remember the name--Doan's--and
take no other.

Steel Rail Deadlock Broken.
The announcement of the placing of
an order for 3.0. ) tons of steel rails
on the 11U7 Ibasis by the Erie railroad
is taken to indicate the collapse of the
steel rail deadlock, particularly as it
has been followed t y the statement
that practically every railroad in the
country had placed tentative orders
for the estimated requirement In steel
rails for lWIS. The aggregate of the
estimates is less than that of last year.
totaling in the neighborhood of 2,400.-
(U1o tons.
Could Cut Fares In Two.
A-cfording to, newsp.p llr d i- l.i a -
tions. the pulillh s.-rvi-ce (m'nmllmIIission
for New York -vity will in it-s cominir
relmort too the l ri-l:atiure mii::k4. t-ii4 ,
rathler startling de-larations land siu-
gesti -iis in regard to the r:;ilriuil e .om-
p:iunies ,f the (-ity. It is hi;itedl. f.r iii-
sti;i'-e., that hte coinilissiion will de-
lr- e that with proper capitalization
the railroaids t-ould carry passengers
at less than half the fares now charged
.1114 still mai;ike i:lr'g' profits. In to-
t.iliig iupl the lihu-in:, fr tlih e:yer eiul
<4A .ilint.' :, it \Av:s found llh:it the re-
t-s ,.f7 all tlh Ne\w'i ', Y rk ,-ity coIn-
l:.iiis m:tii>ut;i!iit'el to Sth$;.41:13.776;. The
i!t:i Ii eri':ili't eIxpl'nset' for the year
w.-.* .
Big Profits In Cigars.
In", :-`el w! i ;<.',*r'. .1. 'Vhelatin of tht-
l'iii;.fd t::'; i':- tor's :ip;iny w i,'ln 'i >
tlhie -tinl ir tn- .i',vlteiii' t's s.-uit
:ag;:h i. il t .:i'iri-:anii Toli.-t'co ',ln-
pi:ny h-iitned lh t: lh: t'li ,oni[;uly |i:h l
pUaid a 1". p e.-r ntil divislend in 1!iit.-. :-it
le'r celt in li ; anid 40 Ipt-r ce-ut in

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Sat
Medicine for Children
ii h'iuyini_ :i ceiugh uli ielir'iie tor" einl-
,!irt-P '' \ -r 4' ;t el:ti ee ,o hi l,'ir.'~ <' ih n l,-H f-fr lli it, m eli re-lif is alway-s tirre to
t,,iV It is inli *'*..1% 'h-. cO it. cr Illp'iltld WI i ,pllli e' tigi.
:>i h lilt-it- i lio Ith-tt-r lilt lihrilie 1i tilt
\\.r 1,. f or tle-'-. d(i, ,-a-sI. It is not only ia
e-l.tain rilr" f,*r '-r',u t., 1uit, \ ,!n ive-1
:is sonii a- the, crruipy ruiil. al.ppears, will
p!rt'vtiit the atitta k. \VliopiniL ',e .,:hi i.-
me.t el:anie're s wit-lin tiei riii-eldy is ,iven
:i- ,hir'e-tl-d. It .>etaii-i ie *i .,illlpmuni ,i
('eei li.l.-t~l, lto ;i !,:itli a-I te, ail :t.:':ei l",ni
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