TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1908 NO. 38
Not for Oqsselfes A oqe, Eqt for t1* Qood of Otterss A1so.
OF THE Queen Quality Shoes LATEST EWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
PRESENT WEBEKI, a e o AND INCIDENTS AND PERSONALS
etc" Everybod has rd it ad Ladies' belts, made of the best
lll lein itaa to hU lets 1esit And itis true. Which Pnl Plgpb t PL qualty of elastic buckles oxidized Saetll lit th Puple of Titlsis eli ing proof for "Qeen Qali- d gil colors black, brown and trUIaUmirlg t Tl1H Ity" shoes. For over adecade their TraTI IrMtd blue, worth $1.00, Monday's special TIll a ly COI Id G0
SWu G E es have far exceeded thse of Betiful display S and Nov- Cents r
= all other wo-en's shoes. Yet theSse Lso White China silk, 27 inches wide, BOTto M ndrs C.W. Crabb, S, d deand continues to grow. Even TTUvLE PAUCY. good heavy quality, special 59 cents Mother and baby doing well. S ll LM Ga., usited the0,000pairs made every day can't Misses Frances and Mary Robottaom per yard.
Sitebe supply it. Why? Justtryonepair. returned to Orlando to the Cathedral Blacktaffeta, goodheavy quality, Have you tried Heath & Co. foermoc.
A_ __oft ts t doll Large shipment just received. school on Friday last eve yard guaranteed special $1 popular they are-Lowest price in
to a dollar. b uy of Heath WINSTON S. BRANNING Communication from Master Lee Roy qityofonsdale, yard wide to
& C, ad save dollars by good sense Titusvle, Florida. Crabb, Columbia college, Lake City, is the wholesale price is 15 cents, our Mr. Grman and family and their anMr. J. D. Crbbwhohas beensuffer- to the effect that he is well pleased so price Monday 13 cents only. le, also Mis Grace Kaufman, of Ashi th land. Ohio, who have had ronm with tim tn a wes ptk is lowly ce Factor L ssd to Plat far, having entered Jan. Sd Navy blue voile, 42 inches wide, Mrs E. B. Wager the pst month, left
Ill.y- y t t HfthC giving w. wesaafryee. s torth$1.50 per yard, Monday only for Dyton Wenesdacy.
Indian River lee Fator has e an advert eiful pottery, 9 cents per yard. l cm tmed by r M L Wetmore to Mr. advertised, bewool California blkets, Miss Susie Teeter arrived here from
*NJaoveltnvtell ripveodo, Suny lea tenoontspendtheLtoekeepch a 9a ct, s, borders blueda pink and red, hnde enttosped SA. S. Piatt, who has been in charge of ch ey h, a n ehiition t th y ndi silk, worth Chstms with h e father whom, she canta, L the mechanical work for several years teir somely bound with silk, worth .0, as quite ill during her visit.
past, the change taking place the latterstore special $296. though much improved when she left. Dm Bbottom has een appit prt of last week. The leases ten Miss Bertha Oliver, daughter of Mr. Indian Head, already shrunk, 44 Mrs. W. C. Thomas returned to her tm the se of t hi e ahdermt for Me year. This will relieve Mrs. L. C. Oliver, of Jacksoevile, formerly inches wide, worth 25 cents, special home in Orgedale last Friday, after
o se cas aocia fr he cents per yard.t vit t er at e
mtinOrto nuy15 ad 16. Wtme of looking after the affairs of of Titsville, is now visiting Dr. and cents per yard.with her parents, nd
agii easeS n o sins he lcl o a ao d l a Good quality white esambric, 36 Mrs. B. R. Wilson, stopping at New s Be ythe hiness, and she exspe t to leave Mrsr Js M. Jacko, Jr., in p ai inches wide, special 12i cents per Sm n tospendlveral dayswith Mis it rPalmhmthotf Titsie, ad the litter part ofnet week for ashort for a few wRee. yard. lelBerge.
fmw y, of Jacksaeville, an peri- visit to her friend, Mrs. Webster, in Mr. J. J. Miller, from Michigan, a- Ansonia alarm clocks, guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge and two
end te .l uaer, msaow with te Jacksonville. rived Somday aftermn to spend the to kepgood time, t l each. daghturs Dorothy and Helen returdl
Sri Gal winter with his on Dr. J. Miller, Laces and embroideries at a ec to th home at Miami at Satrday Mr. CT. MeCrimm of Miami, w Palmhunt Changes Management at the latter's new home, in Sunbesam. ial reduction, after spending the holidys very pleasiN towa Moodaya. Heis actively edngeent tfo y ant on Chiffon veiling, black white, blue antl with Mrs. Bdge's parents Capt.
fmirs r tle tmberafohlthe ~a and brown, Monda y's snecia 2 centand Mrs Ja. Pritchard.
sd tacnea olaeqo tit~ of the utpat Saturday when Mr. Gee. B. Massey, of Mrs. Ge. M. Robbins won the big per yard. Mr. A. N. Medd, who left Miami for f the Tkillm e Lumbe Jackasiville, succeeded Mrs. Hart as doll at Kline's and sent word from Mi- Good heavy quality cotton flannel, the north three years ago, isnowin MiAt the adjourned meeting of the Dad e maagr. Mr. Massey has his wife i the first of thin week to have it for- bleached and unbleached, special lj mi again, having been summoned by
Coi rowe and Shippers as"soia father here with him and will spare no warded to one of her nieces, Miss Ruth cents per yard. the goverment to appear at the pei ht, James MeComb efft to make Pamhurst attrac Paddison atEGallie. No doubt the Outing flannel in all colors, inlud- t f the United States out to
sted to s dele t the to n u gove n
etinofthe Natl leae of oi- tire to all who cometo them, either little miss will be more than delighted ing blue, white, pink and red, spec- teM B .o se.
M an mer matst being he in S n- tourist transients or the local people. at receiving such a handsome doll ass al 2i cents per yard.
oIMM~ r bLadies' hose, Queen's Own gauze Mr and Mrs. P. Kller of Brooklyno h hi week. Mrs. HartleftesdayfoJaksonlle present, lisle ut arrivedin Titusville Tuesday on their
play .ad ofe e y wasnlisle, pe it up three petrir in a box, the way to Mico. where they will spend
stm trke enjoyed a Ietant but rll return here for a short visit n River Hotel An three pair for $1. thealace of the winter season. Mr.
e .--M. _- probably to locate again in Tamp Mall orders promptly filled on any Koller was here some years ago and tsM, YP WB a ug t her she formerly was in charge of Fortheweekdigan. ofthe above goods. he son t Mico and s lad S.e Perry, dte the Almer a tel N Sessis, Tp; W L ine, JuliUS KuLN, Titusville. to return again to the beautiful Idan
The y, are Alata;GeoA Letford, Chicago; C S river. THE STAR received a pleaaMt
ed htthee~ ..:~ Wason, Boston WW Woodbridge, callWdnesd rehey fon e 1
the rhte here very meith For le Birmn ham; W E Clte, St Iui;O TaylorResidence Narrow Escape n day y lef thine
M wetmi Berkshired Jeey atB Oldo; WP Wilkins. NY; The reside of Major and Mrs. F. M. ose return
T nstllationofofcers of theW .0er ir, if take atZ mntold W J Argus J T Fleming Buffal; Ms Taylor hd a very srrow escape fm rom A ce asnoted in the rtcolumn
0. W. took at theiramp Mooday sow aot 6 weeks old aso6 Berkshire Edna Bennett DLand; Mrs J M Ar- be onsmed y fire Tu ight. t T S last week, is theniou a
a re ma kire torsfa thegworld of THE TTA: ls week, is str nu .rg
ftethemssiveeremome od sows; alo a heavy wood wagon inbukle, Miss Ruth Arbucle, Frank Ar- Onamt of acetylene lam hav- few dys lat L ge befor ing aaiaoprwas served at Myers fine oodition. Address buckle, Toledo; L. T lobe, Rockledge; in ge out their son Master Wdiso, fe Miai where eshe wi visit heron.
Cottage .i ample jstie was B. ARNOLD. Chas A Parker, N Y; John Henry, city; ligteda dleothe Christmas ttrr Mr Je me Fe ser. Nest m-s.
dA. though the weather Mslar Fl Joh J Miller, Hastings, Mich: Mr and erinig in one cnerof the room. af- h eonle to visit her oun e
st about twety-five wood choppers MrsA W BeKnnap, N Y Miss Rem- ter which Pf. ~di et vii aeor
reBype psandeanhipfrompaEdh fPoH. Jon Firorlg, Mrs. Tay.lia. Thne lletel feared for spper and a grand good E rmond Rnyon, Yonkers, N Y; W T Bo- ior and Wilson left the room, ging t- railroading. wyo Fiv rso oi. To tii w t hSpeat. d ut rices fd Fin J A Crews Fla Times-Un- words lhe west perch, the gprofeor S ineno uipa Minnesot a THE
afterusingIN KLINE'S CLteeMG rsCr.. reHronr E LB is.. ODaton;Beach:warJR a'et tt Nrte lo cdr Sa. knoflo trece Poaf a plet IN s L NESS CC O IN DEPATMENT in. Beman, Orando;ChrisBwn having been instructing Wilson in ath- call from Mrs. eater esday. Church Notes Fia Jarhson, Lynnbrook, N Y; letic
e price of our lothinwill Chas Coombs, Freport, N Y; H C Ber- crackling noise was directly an Florida rapefruit wasneersoscrer Rev. Winm. Stones will preach at In- cut down almost one-half. And we ry. Baltimore; A S Thornton. Gea W by the party which used them to r in the New York market exo in an
dianol o Sunday next at 10:3 a. m. have a mighty fine assortment yet. Thames Jr. Jackonvle; W Acres turn to the or to the t in o season as at reenthr i
and p. m. We can fit you and suit you. R N MeArthur. Atlanta; F B Sweet, of flames eapng to the r e n scarcely an good fruton t. hearket i
li hite at the n. fE church Sun- Fl J H Willis, Quoisy, Fl; J J Mo- ceiling. and prict have ranged as highasl$6.50.
d th t 11 a chd p. Victor Victrola" Needles dv ll, F W Moody, J Prompt action on the part of Prof. Thre is ry but little good stock beay school at 10, m. "a rmn. d h T ,rner, JaCovil; J Fielding and Master Wilson withwater ing offered and the general rn is $i to
.. .. .. These new te hv je beeso Nw Smyrns; J C Duane. E buckets ut out the flames ere thri hail li. Ru. its have ben bringing $:i to :
Rev. lobe will prach at the reoy- brought out packed in convenient and C: J Soumner. Orlando- S LePils. auit the woodwork. but not until sr- according toisze. Thecrvp of grapeterian horch Snday night at7 p. m., attractive paekagc. Jaeksonville Jas HaVerly Miami A M. ,ral tey highly prized paintings. a fruit i lorida hiyear is tw-thi Sudy school at 3 p. m. and prayer- Theyare thrcsultof adeterminaton B rm St Augustine. mirror etc. hbeenw ruined or Illv,.vrief last Ycar n roqel i not
meetingTesday afternoon ato'cllce. on the partof theVictor compan to damages. v nlrfui that the price ar high
Dean Robottom will officiate in Cocoa produce a needle that is not nly the Mrs. Wright Entefrtains il paintings valued at iv.r '1:iil- I
onSunday morning, January 12th at 11 most uniform needle manufactured, tut Mrs P Wright entertrt i an other estiatel at FI'NITURE. DRY GODSI. SHOE.;
a .,and in St Gabrieschurch, Tits- is without question the best needle for 'Sf P WChttthr dmolcrg 1. l C.ere h, llly l vala hn rlW
Ile mon Snday evenin at 7:30p. m. playing victor records. [.mC r ef her friends at the hoie 1ui,- .- -& W ,,fn
i The irecs steelof even temper and h 'r arents- Judgetrand M S. soncs. Iin and cnmtentswe w nrurvl ',ri.2,,f. .eey wi t !ant.l. .*T_-...
finish. used in the manufatureoft itor f lato evening e of last neek.n honori of,,trciil ln nhair 'ntr khirlnd and'paet i ..i i. "Blundering Billy" 'Victmola" nrecdIrs, is the prouct ff of hr cousin, Mtiss Miller. of West %i v toil e tan."- h lavdt set toter
Th three-act comedy '.....ndering metallurgist whoefatory irogoizeil g guie. who had be on srt iit fIofh as.otatastatfari toh a1 i 'iai in
e r tmIenn to ,rs Vt."ihrili Billy." was played by the Ki o sa skers of the world's highest -acle to Srs. neht. leaving the f llowin I I i o to iavithat n- rnv I i P,r N, V
ompny to a e tro he-i tehoe t cl. and ass adopted only after evre d for St.ue, heehsen!-i,5 t, "h ,h i-" i. A ::ll I-es c hi
night. this shoes being the first of the kow tot a- u, pre it s e. i" thy inr ih l r ta r.vi ... I, ii, in f
season at theTitursillroperahs..e. The fIted pe rfectly in crr. paRrtipb-al. 'us t .-bi aeosh ri Inreince'
ply s ell med fe "Billy so- the re uremenL ofrr f Viletr r'rdls. li,. t he mtlet.xit ti ur. Evr Repulican Caucs to he HI
staytly making a "'mes of it' all the Tht ict.r "Victr.l u n i li. iiul o till Sl -, ill- tol Mi~ ,w r. .
time, but he rme cut all ight in the e el t ] t. n n y h lv.. re-iv iil i sI -lri.'v fie, ,i . ..r t litii-.i-,-i .
end wthhis lo e affair. Th upci- oU 'i f ' lc- .. i .. "a ea.l,-l Itt -, r,.r..- i, itt- .
ties in s ging n a cting she rr, f- Ialorete v't " ,u i i -l" ii i. I" ...
pany were wel en rl an evkr T 1 i ... ... 1 sci -L l I .
ple ty yof uap ... Thier .lanypia,- ..- v -i o .. - '
ed a threc-nit.Lts' en--e 11 -.
cmo the first of this weie ano mav i e y f, 0, ,,.
clude a date in Titesville on their r- iU'' ,. ,
turn from KeyWet. ic.. ro., c i W,;
Distinguished Visitors l" i In;, In l, i- -c I.. I fri, ir I' v
Among the distinguished f,.r.in- +','... ,t -i i-"
ers visiting St. Augustine this ue; Photo G(aller) Reopened
were J. K. R. RBeron Van Itt.. -f Palmhurst Hoti Ir-i,. II I- ... ... ..- .
Bernebroek, and Mr. Wm .F. d,- r... .. Ici'..,u 1 "-- ," '
of Haarlemmermeer, Holand. Tilty l We 0 I i ir it I l. .
are makinga tour of the world al:rT T. r Ie XV IS I.N iii tr! v rt ieo l-i .. ;' ;..: ~,' , .
will visit theentire estcoast of i; i- i- i ille -J t" i ..:". I i It i P i.. .l '.- e. I~e
ida before resuming their trip. -cliba ih Gr .stcnt '.th i irki t' l
'ingand wife. J I (CorC and wife F . Valuable Real statcFor si e .i, :-, TheNew Orange Box Hoop In's and wif-. :l. iski and wife. i 'lit",,', "t i P ii M ,13-a-i. M Era .King. Flt, A -',l d!i k t a -'o-I pa, t F -tl -'--i ;0lr l .a ,
Have just received ear of the leather iSherreoL King Stock Co:i Eil Firzgra. Xl \Sl' '. ir-Iie li,,-I I. t i Al 1 l. 4!
fibre paper hoops and rcan ship from Eau Tallahassee G S Singleton Rwkhlge i,- faml Indial r-r. I miir d Ie ti, -,f
Gllie or Cocoa. i Edna Bennett DLand; BI H 11,relaind.vi Ci sm I. le "g '\dd-le-.-- -'.. The \lpCHe Il-Atel
Send for sample oret a bundle and N Y; J Eor Rukh, Fita: EdJ Connll .;etet eiR, c _1 i l hi land on -'ul''. It 1 I2,* A!. F1 A I
y them Yo will not use any other Boston; Dr Clandler P R tie. Datitona lii.- r.t or,'ai iilh Illie Indian river lr
afterr usgthese. Mrs Carrie Harris. Daytona Beach: JR at ti ,crd as flo Lot D. Pacignana 4I i, h r" ,
EAsT CoAs LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. Miot. lndianola W.m W omt n Lake t- t No section h c --o:::, rcriaivrt r.iii' .' ,,,, Ii
-l. land, Frank Wadcsworth StOintont. s. owisliip;l o t. raise s eL-s. ilu. allit d-i It
A cool drink at a cool place at'Ct; EB Arnold. Malabar: R A (on- This oad I- ininiprovd eit finely lo- Comilr ilarlr Ap. Jui:, i Orange and Grapefruit Trees
MANDY'S. glin. Tillman: Mrs. Wilks. Macon. Ga; atrl. For further paoticrlaoaddrers Tareti,.
C S Raston. Norfolk a a Simikm:n- E. '1. w __ __. I... at s -, .. H i i il,,
m sond wife. Cini ati; S B Owens. Broekwtu. 3&., D hick-re hamtm-. Fre- frn thit-Nursery Stock for Sale Oak Hill: J K Powell and wife. P Kol- Drying flt I (i- v, r t,) tw wr.ld lu,.
Citrus stock grown on high pineled wife, Brokl; W A Stiller. Wood For Sale re. ,i i ni- pr: it- i
land, K l dephilpldi. W H Pam Columbia. c l -t l -- ,lerd O HI
I. lndianRiverNurseries, esta- S C; J A Jordan. Tampa: J H Knowle Pine or oak. any length. Also pluw- 'ool f-i Nr t ,m. t a. al divrd ai vat Hl Lided 1886. Send for catalogue. and wife, E Hilziger. St Augustine; ing santil harrowing. Sre, -r Ftlt-... I tI'v
o edo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Mrs Lake B Wells, Detroit, Mich. W. Janmin. Titiselie, Fla. "T iii oli 1'i -
THE FLORIDA STAR FRDAY, wJANUAY 10s.
W reprsens COFOIfIG voi
ties of an alley C -o IFO lflI WORM
of the business gyU a F6lorida HI ellm i Flll
world. Ah this hi
unnatural, unwar- Thlm So
anted and lattt- Tol have the pain and ches of had
ous, and we ae now back removal: to be entirely fre from
paying the penalty. annoying, dangerous urinary disorders is
The most otapen- Benator Forao r. it enough to make cny kidney uferfer
dous property the world has ever wit- grateful To tell how this great change can
saed has been checked and chilled. be brought about alil pr.ve c .mforting
It Wsll be months, probably longer, be- weas to hundr ,l Flor i reader
tore we recover, and we will never A. Oetling, ,af. io 1t in .Pea
recover unless we regaiinconldence Fro n exia, ce oil, .ni oya
the Integrity of each other, e mo ney Pills I can strongl recnmend
--d c r ttregard success In business o hano thea nano a ne ofa. t g nldiand Ceornry to the fu namentals of thoughts tothegraveproblem of eho- able and content ourselves with Sa ninefr the kidney Kidney complaint SOCIOLOGICALi our sytem or oermen The ing a headwathdog to guard them for regulation that will punish wrong- and bikache caused Ie flteriog at in.
u of prohibition at the election four years. I cannot help thinking It doers without bringing wholesale dis- teeals for years. The firn or *-eond amean that the money market will be- may aid them In this weighty task to aster to the innocent. It was inevita- tack I did not mind, but as time wet by pilgri Mothers Smb Mrs Glyn. come tght" He adds that most of the establish. first of all. a negative test ble that sooner or later we should have they grew worseani at times aid ae up.
The preoet visit of Mn. Ellnor cities which have tried it have sone of fitness. Whatever applicant for the some such experience we are now hay- I could hardly walk and it was a diti nit
Gbly the EBnglsh novelist whose pas- bck to license and that prohibition Job is viewed with particlar favor by Ing when we provided by law that the matter in otraiebetrs ter airpnui anlie rsla stories have created somethng of drives or Impels young men to lawless the wolves may well be left in his reveues of more than 20.000 miles of unnaturney Detonas Kidnry [Iulared a forthe ha been marred by the dens Mr. Roebling will return to the home kenel. Wolve can be trusted railroads, representing more than four- me. From perstnl experience I klfnal of a New York organdation home of hip father at Trenton, N. j to know what they want and to teen billions of securities. should be that this remedy car, b dp d u n
known as the Pi- want what the sheep don't want Te- turned over to a ratemaking commis- to fultill the repiresPntati.i s ade fir it
grim Mothers to al- timony taken In some pending sults slan of seven men sitting In Washing- For sie by all dealers. Price 5l1 lite low her to speak at POLITICAL ander the Sherman antitrust act has ton. The work assigned to them was Foster-BMilurnm (o. tiufal,u N w N i.
its recent Waldof- revgntly shown the public what had an impossibility of such magnitude as sole s gent for the Uniled states
Astoria dinner not- Admira Berwnon's Reoignation. for some time been well known to the to make the proposition an absurdity." Remember the ne-- ,Ian r si d
withtanding that Close on the heels of an interview In department of jtstie-that many es- Tom Lewan's Nuw Party. take n other.
Mrs Glyn attended the New York Press. In which he had tablishments and enterprises widely Since calling upon the president last
the dinner as one of openly criticized the navy in the pres and emphatically advertising them- week Thomas W. Lawsoan of Boston When the War Fleet Shaild.
the invited guests. ence of Secretary Metcalf. Rear Ad- selves as Independent of all trusts' ar has announced the formation of a new [On th. -;n!i.E f i i 1. f,- .rom
Itappears thatso e minal W H. Browason tendered his simply branches of the very trust to atlol party, with oosevelt and Ilampion R-.i T I
of the members of resignation to the which they profess deadly enmity. I Johnson of Minnesota as its candidates When the war fl-t put toi sea
the club who had president. who c- think there is reason to belleve that in next years presidential nnre. Law. And the grt a';ao thu. i r
read Mn Gltyn. s cepted it. to take certain organs of public oilinion. per-son ays that. athlough he regards ord uwrs ..i ,r
latest story. "Three effect at once. Cap- ha under the like gulldane, pursue a Bryan as pure lie has not the strength When the war 1:, i.t i a
Weeks." had been into Cameron McR. similar tortuous policy. They seek to to stand upl atlust the eame of the
Mrs. Ellor l. hooked and were Wl&oslow was ap obstruct the exn.eutton of the laws by "system." l he asserts that when the thi sr
determined to snub pointed to succeed vehemently and perpetually demanod- crisis was on the president was cnm- Tw ca th- 1
It author. Following this Incident Browanon. The ing imposstiilities of those charged pletely surrounded and lled to S! hall n, .r
there appered in the papers an allg Ponsa crsrernpond- with their ex.ution." Retrding t the make the nive whiell eiale te y- it ,
ad interview with Mrs. Glyn sneering ent had asked the selection of the proer man tie said fet to tio that llth the itpubliaro Aild let 1
at the Pilgrim Mothers and calling admira if the I "lm not adsmati g any parson, but and iasemratl ,-andlidates would toe kind, them nnagy names. Mr. Glyn ia a AdmirBrownson charge made by the next man should do the same satisfactory to It. sI .l
letter to her personal hetess r. lReuterdabl in the tlclures article thitnog that the man now is doing. ie The Fleet at Trinidad. Ohi. i T I
Bates, denied that she had given any were true. While admitting that much should be a man who Is lnot the sere The American ailerhip flt arrived
eauch laterview and demanded an opal- of the article was misstated or over- ant of any interest class or combine at Teiia teicn. 24 ut tdeilt a- Atd fre
oGy from the club for its treatment of drawn. Browmnun had replied: tYou lios. but a man who will repre t the hrfe har o lort f Spain t cchar to the rblt-c it 11oet iof "lila can say for me that the organization of people. for Christmas. all the shli being deck- It r l Rent S rike at New York. the navy Is bad. I say it before the Bailey Will Not Resign. a t out with tropical greens in honor
The lower east side of New York seetary. and I maid it beore the pres- United States Senator Bailey of Tex- of the holiday. The day was one B-l ni i
city. Including the thickly populated Ident I do not believe in the bureau as has ossunl a statement concemlug jolllfication for all hands., and min T ad
Hebrew ghetto has been greatly rexct system, and It Is my opinion that there the published relirt of rumors that Christmas trees were set In the on ed the last few days by a movement should be a thornugh reorganization he would resign and ask the me It n rooms. lthearing present front t he
to organize a general strike of bous- Both Itewey and Brownson had admit- cratia of the state again to Indorse him folks at home. foat race, ail other T.
holder against landlords by refusing ted that defects exist in the navy. hot for the senate. lie pronoumes this athletic exer-ies were arnnl-ed for i ,
to pay rent until the lessees consent to had explatain that all navrles had silm- rumor as entirely unfunded and states the men of the different ships Be r
a reduction. A committee of relief hbs lar ones to rotend with In keeping up that all his friends perfectly under- I Tr, -,
been organtled to take care of fam- with the game. stand that the oploosition to him do I EX ECUTIVE V
"ies which should be evicted and to iater it was Inferred that the tlame- not constitute 10 Ir c-nt of the regu- ATi rTI.,
protect their household goods. Plans date cause of the resignation of lar tiemorant of Texas. "This being
were also made for a great street-pa- Rownson from the otIte of chief of true," he says, "my friends would Power Lifeboats a Success. th.n rill he ur
rude. The landlords held a meeting the hanrell of navigation was that the hardly cuinaider It unecestary to my The 'tnted States life saving serve I
and voted to resist the movement for president had overruled his object llt Inllndidation that I must humor the after a Iarefnl test has dnllnltrted -RIhard wa-rtn e. r in N-w I r
reat reduction. The large nunlr of to ladlingg a naval surgeon in com- hills of pliti-lal anodesripts, ical- the o oellnciecy of the it-er lifiIboat Il Tames
unemployed at this time is partly re- mand of a holpital ship. a reon- Ists and anarchists re-euing erons from rkedl l A Wondeful Ha
ponalbtie for this protest against high mendation made Iy sltuge General otto on Coin Resolution. and has arranged fr the aidlitin of A WOndeful happening
tenement rate". and Socisllt leaders Rixey. The latter iave ut an e ..Ies-n nding to request Represent several of thee I.t the llpment Port Hyn~ N, \ L i wne
are taking advantage of the situation tended statement saying tht the lin :ative J. IHampton Irtre of IPhlodeP o f the life a nrtig trvie l t ems r.Narka f t
to propagate their theories remain of metlicine and surgery had reen phia has introduld a reilution pro New England comst. ever rc: n,, I Ki ii. ,:
Consumption Takes a Tenth. too much titerfered aitth i the iu. iding for the restoration and contt- Alaskas' Population 31,00. ,redare i my lg ail, I s
That one-tenth of all the deaths of an o naigation. e contend nd ue of the motto "In God We G ernor W Hogtt of Alaska tufferit et ver l ar- I nh I.w o
the year to Pennsylania were de to that. a al h have .rst on all silver and gold ols of In his annual report estimates the five." ulmaralt d
tubereaOis is shown by the -recdn ta een commanded i, msuil o 1neern. the Unitd States. The n lutiou lls population of the territory at 31t). Manner lror t,- s l I ft:-i I
of the hures of vital statistics., tle ailing lasteri ran rivlian crews. ln- for the dst letion of all das from exclusive of 6.f)l or 7.ta perso ns of Ilna'Y. f'
total of victim of thla disease being aamch as hlUtal shipsll are merely which gold or silver eona inus the Inxed nationalit esemIloyed in mines.
11. dating hospitals. In war tie offi-er ~uioto cmuld ie co ined In future canneries and railroad construction Remarkable Work With a R fi do not desire to nnd he luring the nn lie ports Christmas and Equality. and the surge n gelne.I thinks theyt Prays For Bryan's Election.ring the reports e A r I il
A rare If not new intelretttion of houl l ronintield Jst the same In The tlresen e of W. J. Hran in Guthh eni iI ial It net 1, p.
Cbhristmas is bright ot by Samuel ilIte oif iace as in time of war. But ei'. Okla.. recently il:spireld le chatl the i s
Mchord Crothers In Everybody's. e for I the i tion of tile hurean of nar- lain of the itoer e o the a ald rcrmends legislative restriction at 7I. tare 1
ferring to St. Augustine's aualyk ignti ltixey says that the htbiltol ture to tray thuat Mr. Bryan ai t Ireni try
love as meantng that the other shoil I hll tetliprf wriuld now be in attead- the next twident of the iitted SItens f iyelrIr iher nteelile i- ri le
be a well off as yourself, he Lta th anI i,n he thr t oni Its way to the Imtloediately after tile pral)er the house f a rrlrd r trenterlrseeu- r; 1
wishing him to be the eua i t P rke into a tor of ail at that n i or e iin except la an dff otn a.
test of charity. adding: "It is all i;i In the nl.iantimIe the depliartent Is lasted aeveraL mtlitrs. The slaker
to give a poor devil n turkey, but Ir ruslla lrelarlirolsr for the oailiino d ofatet tulbhasis l iy ipUIting t as a Taft Pleasd With Filipino. nui li 1 ..
yeon nxitos that be shall have r- oi the Relief. awhi-h will carr- teIt 1 e'tion to the hI. E ery Demo-rat S-eretar Taft. It ho Ill soon i b e 11in 1 11
a chance as you have tt luy a turkey surgiii-ni il th irty ure. The trio- resent aso er ye lter other preparati i an extended report at t ii liliti i ..
for himself? Are tot 0 .-l l ituc i nt was at ilncnied at the p ishlo e Iranches f the isa ture t ti o n ho I i,0i--l i nlito h theta Philippines, onoI I.us -',,lrv I
astic about aso eluahiliCg Iprtuit-ll riti'isms lhii t tl tlint hi solere that te to a ,l- elt iy Mr. Br ti an. d be ill a te t Il-rinevi elpreaed hiaelf ier r
that by and by you shr:ll s t sIirrnlnl Iell i.dal il ho n lnu i fe thl let, its afterward given a rieutii n du as hih!?l pl.-as-d with the progress al g't l,.e r I\ I ;i 11 ,
ed by happy. lif riel nuliant i.lle ill i e l it ts Ihl-ir La:ter lie aiondo l it l il hic h bl la with s e read, lae ill th finuds ll P Ire. h Th r Irl
have no nui of yourteictli;hios tlt extre:e nounure. Iral thnOl inll ll r is ihrili hut til li. fet t Knu Detonds Franktin's Title Idi:i. t,u in lrete estent ihan ecr Iv
Why Roebling Quits Asheville. Troops Quit Goldfield. Kt ;i li t era li :i. t s I Tl t i l -,T br llh i re i
The dEli.vln i .u f Jnua A. H-.,i I i ortir Si-ork- -if Ne-tida I Iu ni iir I-it iilhl,-t' N-i s Ii l.er son,,i r-. inhl is ,tt r- .e ,; < itr
the nlitliimnre ion iF iltit kl u -itt a ly l i--rit irsil iI r0 .ak nor tb itini rI: 1:, f ha .-i it,- no- l-nii cO
bridge builder. to aaa hi N.:- I tlrl ,. u Ia. f ,r n-iniier ei sp li .e Ine F ol ition F t nor Infants and Children.
den ." at Asher vile . N .. -.. and eI i i. I. l II ill t l l t I.i.. ai ..l.. ..... . . ....ni u ni ..t..KHi
away his aninifeant tn:uint u ltil iin lnli r lnlr te- he laer th-t lhe t l, tf tle pti in iad it re InI Tf til You Have AIlwat Bought
nearly complete to lth t olr uiuiio rell -li-k -ealU ti-r the irited Slam IIi :l l. 1tI h iwed b Iti t.. Il.l. 1 l fu idt B:inT o h
board of the 1Preshyterin t'th -prs, sl i r bt' 1he i te jrist Iietih sttr Filip tt emet h, ,,r nh Bears the
admitted frankl by Mr. It., ;n I i "I Ih h., l .idu tht, unt hi, a.. ...,. S.' t I lrf.:i "I Signature o h Ofa a
be due to the recent vote of the tIne- lld .w In flr 5, kIel i to n ie i f fo h ( r l w plr th: .Tlili uuk II /pl whi nti for trohiht ion I le ha spe nt It th ii lay th I.. 1 r th l i i l illtl il F.I
years bin is e i.e ad h lutt n-it,,i- I e- li. e .i n ,hi he resul. Th. t rel th h, t i h lit 1 i l r an I in ustr !,
landervilt tt:l bliTsh: t. lt nowyl wi: : ; t o i h tr ;nd it w as n is h i n f, f t , a r ,, k
that he will not live in a ton that bs.d tie ree-,neolarii i of ttl li 1. ier To o-r hlea of -Vnd f
abridges Ieersonl ilherty in this way ealissii s ll iI i \est;' l III .I i -l ,ir iex Ji i- i o f t til,, fi f- I .:i fr th.
Lie speak of the bannlony lnd goii il-ins therre. l,-The r idntll tl- il : lrk li ;i T. l --. ,,lll
feellig that have characterized .she, that lnn ir-lus-luti t,. h e n ltri- of helrlu ar i e take I" erar il villeandof ts Lo pitablenu d juit.n .to.ify in .line In i. . I i ll \ I t....ollif .. hat h i... . i -. ..-in h ll T.. l ilin-ho. I
ye itlzns, all "wu-rkln together t- ;:ni that to ie;v Ine trnp< there in : ,* tIt f PFcbI. nill tri i.nnu iit a re r.
make this the greatt noort toin of th ,htnt l i. i. 1h,,-, -per i rI h er ,. i.i-l,, ,. r po lliliiy o
moth." then cotlnues Now the-re rn ate u e in u the e nf hi fdcelra' ,,stitut., seli f ::tr
has coune a dicordant note. A strange state .\ the gislitum had linot h ,e lie hiae t i et. i'llpel thie son It le ptd fi c io huintn thiat phlosolh~Is being prea-hed| amlourI m l.d helut asnlum lhnt tth p,1-Ter ;,*r to IUblh, admittht Frnlin Mr. Ti na fr h. a .nferen. with us. e are told that grown mun are 1Ih' stte were stiil qa pr e m ed iu form the the r t ff.Tl T, h.e the ali
unsuited to be the Judges of their own Isnenrder. to en r- : 'Toernlwlutl withhl l et.n- iu y th t re-!in af personal habits. a To drink alco Denounces "Wolve of Wtalth." iser l I l. iis i t -l. n
holi liquor is not wrong per se from Attortley Gnrl Rlonlirte In a re Forke Scoffs at Regeneration r i n any point of view. Therefore to sell ent sle -h at Chicano. In whi.h he n at th 0nnuet ing w no 0. il liti.
each liquor is not wrong per oe. Pro said lie spoke for no oue but insin with th ive t no uco nniit with th t, n- ll. f li~trged
hibitto Is an attempt to declare a referral to the attacks made "Ii dilr ain of the er.h-ait Nliafine amle at hli.l ,ir, ritlniir, pro. i i l.f.'t ro
hting wrog wbkh Is not srong. in trit I-a.rt of tihe roury .ia the a-ese0a- 1 K Fon t in: I i Farlkr oh-ft-l FRIEND TO FRIEND
-- the usae an aptso.r..... ofthero ont Marm au ...t.tt.nn' s .. .r p e ftal FRIEND TO FRIEND
Sthe sadl a mass or in ee 8 de. vr h hs e e .rn
one -t berme- m- drtn. Let i delerd im of these stimeots. en and aht a tua certain lines
oudn Inc federal sn and after ereng 'e are pacng thrnch strng elpe- of his work as nar secretary voderTuld be Th personal reom, n,.. -l
the peehobisnitio wo woud reform, Eop .. n pes oIm s. The ilanest cmmon cense better carried on by him than by any pie aho have beern c -nd f.
the druhnkard stop dtiLng with him. lng the sheep to send way their ppai tb n et o a o- other man. old by Chmrlan cb
i ruoo o opnlon of the bot wtchdos be said: Jtt no she den- n nens tranaetions sre whistled down Nered trlltn s hPn t lln.ha IIar or oe done more thlin.!l rle a
ad sl ongest minds Is that high It- mosaf thaslgreat sheepfld. the rithe d they do not happen to sut sUf"It b itrraio hOrnr ll. Bepr ple article of tr, ; Iu.
~s is the best system of regulation; lean Inion, are beginning to tarn their the excited fancyofaloto lf o let 1 El n trie Oil ant aple article f T
that prohibltia t wrog in prinaelte j the cited fancy of t a self on- ivthep lniycu thsnoand. large part of tr 1unlled wrui
THE FLORIDA STAR 3
U.e. Q.te D+. 0 rcItD of I TOR .. .r ,i. v a U
Sm (iATIS ( M etrpol.) Wa r.. a tired lir, a res IUDATS liver. It would he a Stpid a l ]AS Is* am atAthe recayIae wishn to receive a lemon ariage s iSt a wa or sta rr ma-- -- -"n from Mr. I. B. Dougla., roprletor of n rb nas he lagd I hisd work. So t Up M h= &sFru n Ca h NC the Ideal Dry Goods Store aShould Brt Ia treating the laggling, torpid liver it D te O ec put on a bold front and second, mas a great mistake to lahu It with strum SOas have erected a mosmemt l Mr. Douglas what time it is? Person ni drp. A torpid I ver IS L ot a
-- the Pat o the mlaeroea si Me- Tre is an much rhmm hom carri ng life innanrmce should be the body whom Organs Are weary with over
S0 of r lm eoty i the wa hetwea h r neighborhood ow that the following ly ma to a this question of Mr. S th th h allied
e th wrie readers ofa lre l n Douglas, for he is not as amiable as oans of digestion and nutrition Put theewmu jetty aRdid paapeO trlth wry. ly apr, illhbe highly ppeduc d nsal today. them In working order and tee kow k- Jo -w GovrnioG r Boward a aonotod D*- by there wboffar: m Wel, tlely or liver will become aetie t f ay od pharmacy o a The ason! Well last night Mr DPierce's Golden Medcal Di very reekM be securedt to t T. ay of J-laoelle, n Fluid ER Ct Dandelion, e and Mrs. Douglas. ad Mrs. Peddy hs made m mna rvels tonr of lllr
oi n ontr a Th olicitor oDual onaty to s ee oce Compound Kargon, three ones Mrs. Douglas mother, took a stroke trouble by its wonderful control of the
Sseed nw is eCred at C W J Bryan who as been appontes of oComponmd Syrup Sanrperllail Shake don to the circus, and while roaming orns of digestion and nutrition. It reGrae, ht wthia a at time ire wel toa hatte adte oota- a the normal activity of the stomach
goe t ot th United States Senator to meaneed the the e n arud the big crowd waitg for niuoetortooftberh oo-u] d each usmdl at around in the big crowd, waiting for toesesthe seemtknof thebliod-makem gotten at a point nl th late Senator Mallory. The appointee ertime;so drink plete of eood water. the show to begin, a man bumped inti; lo glands, cleans the system from poiIer, the company beag eagag has been in the law office of Bryan and It is c ed timed there are few victims Mr. Douglas, very politely saying "ex- nous seumuolations, and sorelievesthe 1 6e in uddag a t rad oi Bryan at Jacksonillfre for resernl ye d e ad trodi who iuse me," as he passed. Nothing liver of the burde=mposed apon it by will fail to find ready relief in thi simple
l toLbe thHprek to therier ba Th registration books of Tmp hnlnde itore. ad in mOet A waS thought of this incident until I'- hefeti m k mh O1 M s--Aaml Metonpn. which harve been open for a month p srmaeot omrem the elt. er when Mrs. Douglas remarked that h 0 Ar iu Aonels m tedtanoe.
A lw wehe ago Mer P. J Ble anes ad ordmen which provided to This simperepe is aidtostrengthen it must be time for the show to begin. eal Orrt on l ael.
BMa D a a w registration od the voter L na ha the en itr aed rain at the same time, Asking Mr. Douglasd wIr a a half of beans from Mr. W. r Tampa, closed yesterday alternt from the blood and system the poisons, what the hour was. Reaching for hit anwla or la aromach Sa~t a for $150. Many of that with a total registration of 2.316. Th aids and waote atter, which cause not catch, Mr. Douas prepared to an psrhan s nS. ds ts r ol rheumatism, retstra nomeran other swer but-things had changed. The afen taieshadsnd i sl ft yot goed then about their Spe- 1 the omaileot regotratloin in Tampa die-a. Every nn or woorn here who Mtlit at the time, and had lots of e for a long time, the possible voting fvels that their kidneys re not beusithy watch was not there. It had went. ctewll rrlleee om every littleold wave that ame along stre the city beinogabout 6.,i and active, or who sufle from any In speaking of the incident this they are now through shipping and The books will be again opened urnarv trouble whatever, should not morning. Mr. Douglas stated that thl antof e stlUlb an give te other fellow the langh fiBrat Monday in April for the regislra sit 1o make up this Ol, nd ure, aite b iaios~ae t and ryek stomach. Aid Ill They uipped 207 crates from Se tion of voters for the regular Jne y from much mo m ery and o fering ut a locket on the fob attached to the b at bread aiugriddle cklres and patca, which netted them an average municipal election. after while. timepieof was a treasure from cir- otherndigestiblefood ad takethe"Golden
sof 5I poorate, or ta ror bome dnlrgirts sa they will eith- rmstarns and the loss of this ledira D iscoer-reelartrdsticklto.t
of" pr eraterse341 depena Cap J.J. McCann recently caught erupply tite ingredients or misl tile e e os o ar- o-Dt od y- rg.
toea--ST Peterbur Indeln- very queer fish two miles east of Boca prescription riady to take lour readers with the picture iside is all. nteGrande inlet, which he has placed with ,nal olts ith a ful l tat of It in eleits The Spanish mackerel shing his collection of marine curiosities at I the "artists" at the circus is well es- printed eacbttlwrt.serand rattested very poor along the lower s coast his home here. The creatreature is ver Nd et LiAt St. Petebr g. tablished. neolsledth. b th ei n ntediod
The anonement is made that Ha' hard to describe, but its tail is that of iSt. Petersburg Independent.) ha in's Cough Remedy alae cure the dlrses tor whhl i e adi. to eyoI l at Mlam one of the proper the ordinary crawfish, to which species Dr F. A. Davis. of Philadelphia. ts Medicine for Children Don't accept a suletitute of unknown ties involved by the failure of the Fort t, seems to belong. It a fot lon. her with Mr. Oliver, a retired bank In ibin a an gh medicine fr clii competition far this noinsecreta apDICtsn Dallas National Bank. will be opened has a flat body and front claws, ver er of the same place, and Mr. William dren never I afraid t buy (thamber- or laows Outrio. T for the aetson about January 10th sharp aw edges on body and claws !oal representative of the Florida in's Crgh ieni Thee i, t dn .- Today marks the seventh year stos it dangerom to handle, and ;d Wes t Company. are sobicitting fromall an ded ehec ali f Or t l
C. Hefner arrived In the city. He varo Part are bright with beauty ,i stock today for a boat linet between ilas colds it, ompsl hooprgfv gh, la str tvaod. eiay he ame with but lifteen eta minors, in which red, white and blu this place and Tampa to onnct wisth and there isno better meiirine in tire RUDDER his ame. Today he has one of P predominate Capt MeCann, whe the electric dock in St. Petersburg. At ean s re for ther I.. r t ish n HW TO BOOK lIrge ad moot prosperoto grio-se quite a aturalist, says that this cream nor the ettire issue of $li5.000 In $100 a s so the mpy gh apper will O te s thes es and taait'lbusinesses in South Florida ture is not a sport or a freak, but a allotments had been subscribed, with prevent the attack. Wlioopine eigh i o- r-dsiao a ri
-St Petersburg independent specimen of a regular, but very rare the exception of a few hundred dollars. not dangerous when thitsmmedry iven vcy cime a. u.ns .vey smb-Fb ea, edited. It contains no opium or
Capt. Cha. Thompson now has speies-Punta Gorda Herald. The steamer Vandalia will be bought oheir rmfnl drugs, aor may iia a r oi t t tT. isr e. on exhibition at his aquarium a iarge The Ocala Banner tells a good joxe to operate this run. The Vandalia Is confidently to a haby a to an ahilt. For now To sUIDO a RteE ro Seo and perect specimen of "sea bat" or Judge Bell of that city says the a boat 80 feet long, 1S.6 beam, anl iea by Banner Drug Store and Titusville cs '-- .. whip ray." The fish is a big one naner: "Besides issuing a marriage draws 14 feet of water. She has new Pharmacy. Hos To nUILO a sAIPaSc but Is not as large as are sometimes cease Judge Bell officiated at a color two-evele engines. 3-horse-power an I Contract to Be Given out Soon I.. seen in the waters near here. it meas -d marriage in his office Thursday atf has been lately rebuilt at a cost of Sa, feet Ocmo the back and Is trrnoon. At its conclusion he revel 9.000. She has a new double cabin Mr. IR. Anderson haa just received twoim feet long from its nose to the the extravagant thanks a! the and an carry 150 to 200 passeoger a letter from Congressman Sparkmar i ... ; ; tip of it tail. The creature is Cover. bluhing Couple, ad the goc with comfort, and 00 tonr of fretgt to which he says that the bid, for the NOW so BUIta aor TO AuCH ed with white sports and presets a in his haste picked -y the She rides the water like a dk. and construction of the Oral public build- hi ....'. beatific night a it swino around I c's hat instead of his own and will be run on a tw-and-one-half-hour ing were opened on the 19th of Dece.- .OW TO aUIo a 5 Aou the p" Capt. Thompson intends to .. stbae oeicial did nt diste: schedule to Tampa. !er, and it was found that seredal bids e a larger pem of this kd 'he mistake until he started to itae The plans are to begin service Io.. nre within the limit of cost appr NW0 L.., AL SHO au 5Ur t r bemfe land or ssoon as A the weather is ofet, when its full sigifinasace lay next, connecting with the early printed therefore and that the contract .t sI is favorable for catching one.-Miami Bashed upon him it was his time to b Tas Tmpa trains. for the 5nilding will soon be given out. I sos. .R. '..' .Sr is n Isni News'teorddongrcsman Sarkman further sa es. cii cs a. sa T ti nato f htt ae overepread with contusion and As the Vandala Is a cheap running gat the arhitret promised him that O L A IOCT L eAC*
The illnmination of 12th street from biadaes. the friends who were w-: boat it promises a good Investment a the i re i that O i.. Anthony-Romth's to the Miami Hard- olin enjoyed a good joke at his ea- even in the dull summer season. au o asi the bids were in that h.: are Co. store, planned by the mer- pens. The judge had to invest in a The boat will tie up here at night.. iod the boiling partly instructed of as' PRICE $1. EACH
a eldental shooting and death of At. show place of the county. He a rem di s!"I lu'hih MSt .lti I R sle ro n thur Picering. a prominent young pncts to put onU several acres in pin- I ate Tsilh ae ns' ster For Over Sixty Years ;, i cl inerepu man, at a small town known as Brat.. apples and other fruit plants i the Ie la acr h o riald" t i s Paic-i Mr, 11 w il os sthin yrup ht a t' i andada' thirty miles from Pensacola. Christ near future. and has ordered a lare tiliotn i i-ar I lat ajlrv ifthe is: ti i for o vr o rlt r a t i il!lni I n- mar day. Pickering and a younge amount of fertilizer for cultivtin ihalitasnt, ftlist trln e2 )io,~ le ,,mtalir ,r,,tliiri,itler iil sieat I Ie-- ald srs tItir sttur! is th lltlsrti'-r -ite-- it
brother had a quarrel and the latter plciposres.-l1itnt letti ll atitther r in ,'e thatl ta ri chi hI t -t i ,, n itet t' 0 .'i' -e r" h, was endeavorin to strike the elder .,lg- and rdt it ll)-/ nu crlr t d ll Ci, .llI,, it l- I -1, D. M.FRIRY CO., Deroit, ME. Pickering. To ward off th bIW o. A The Joy i.larantrld b Iatnr Irl tr. IndI ir dcirrirlni. the sat ir thur Pickering, who had a shotgun in ,flivhnisi,,ha od helth I -if ,r- "1r I 1 ru aal i t i wSr Y ARE his had grasped it b I1 aIrrl and I l ln 1 t1 ii i t 1h 1.31'11... if
eas using tie, tok Io hol his ;oit'hr that bad tat, i v me t. h Ti a ICLLAN OU5 I, a, f-om his. whn the gun was iischarg I rlleaf ai rli a t Pit?- tl all 0L. I e. the entire charge striking ha eim li cllt itt Ilr :hu ht. Sw O" i0..l
tile abdolr -nd clus g l alI : !a il,- .11,ai,. I ra e a r a I n'!d'an r rn Ie'. I 19 years of age, and the i ni e, r ylp-ie t 'i I u,, DEst N
H ANDY MOTH PAPER t,11.tT
brother is almt insane from :ief. 'rr' "Id it. v Iharni ... n n .e Pr ast Thursday evenin two y on i n iI Toys attiacl iotr H i-t. tnin JUST I T' I him and hearing ai sirts If faun ( it ONE O the Jear .ol until, in hi, an; ;. l O that wcinord tf c I e 'e on s41o threw a....ln. cfneedd mi...lk a: th.. rd .. _. s". .. .. ar r no
but h, mis,'dl his hadk. n t -.:: L, bioke a p:lat, MUNNCon-I scat. i it t i i.c r Hane store. The ia-st of th r rstoDr. Tutts LiierP;ll d 1 I:: o' i ,' ndo. i oi ili i 1 i .. ...... ... -. t K LhCt
Mr. Ha bill :lift tIt O t i Arc I:, I a n' t K ILL THE COUCH
his sown packet and htv another a- dit I.hint o i ANot CURE THE LUNOS put in, althboh t;,so' -at's he i I
ting t pay 'his part." Th.h ph .i-t! a Cra fia" ,i".tn ingtoprhisp EreT iofn h+ im po m e? Carrie Nation say M~t I ai i yo WITH Dr. King's
deorid George das ant hin Dr. King's an) 'r l, i c:. d,
that conss along for hit liinas, hets ii ,n thl n lh.iil t th, MAGIC WHITE SOAP. nn *,rh no burden to anybody. and it is a O a i-- Illt verlii I n e Nsy, shame that he should thus he tiause a. br ic- ro NDry by able-bodled young men. Be ause a i t a t C OUCHS PR
be is unable to put up a fight Is lK write n r fn r e
sonbohe obuld be made the oje tr i l 'li-: a, I%6;111 II';, MAT U fi LE
beohesofaec .i. nntbat would re a enis We re ac uoeiriive. ANDALT HROTANDLUGTROUBLES.
ase e u nad Sue 1 tl ii ). rl d H i: MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld IGUARANT EDSATISFACTO
Sridiml ad -D ad u TTke Nte e an T:t-i Iteara, New Orleans, La.
4 THE FLORIDA STAR rEmDA, riAUr A,
THE FLORIDA STAR Death of Dr. J. B Sc rev lem Welmial Mmi tew-soeae.
i llDr. J. B. Screen, one of the old residents, died suddenly last night at
S _mm_ his residence on Seventh street.
S. -- For something over a year Dr.
s. Serevn hae s been a semi-invalid, his
m. a.wa ww. .. uss l health resulting from a stroke of Paralysis.
ymgreal i wv r FiDAY MORNIN He has suffered from two of these
The r no doubt, of course, that visitationsandhisfriendshaveknown
197 pmnd into history asoneofthe for a long time that there was little panic years. It is estimated that in hope for his surviving for any great
the yr the pri sof stocks and length of time.
bds dcid ,000000,000. The end came last night without a ow eclne of $5es 000,000s t hat moment's warning and the doctor went to his rest without a sigh.
much poorer thm theywere a ye Dr. Screven has been in Florida go. When it is remembered that many years, coming to Miami about the owners are the people it isn't to six years ago from Titusville. He be wondered at that there is depress was libth a physician and a druggist sion in almost all kinds of business. and conducted the latter business Even those who are not really poor until failing health compelled him to
feel poor. relinquish the business.
Dr. Screven was a quiet, unassumThere is no resolution for the year ing man of great integrity of char1908 that will have abetter influence aeter, one whose disposition was not on business than for every person, to make many friends, but whose whatever his condition, to pay up his frieddtship when once gained was bills,andpaythempromptly. There prized by those who were admitted is nothing that hurts business more to intimacy. He discharged his duthan for a large percentage of the ty to his family and to hisfellow men buleness people to hold back the pay- faithfully but without the least osment of just debts. The money that tentation. He was an humble, earnis tight, locked up, sealed up by est Christian, practicing the Chris whatever method, is as dead to ordi- tian virtues in a quiet way that proved the worth of what few pronary utility as if it were buried in feasions he made.
the sea. Theonly moneythatcounts He was a member of the Masonic and is worth anything to the public fraternity and was beloved by all the
is the active money, and the best way members of that organization.
to have it active is for everybodgto He leaves a wife and two daughkeep it moving. ters to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and father.
Air Ship Tests in Jacksonville The remains were taken in charge The greatest competitve series of by W. H. Combs and were buried
airship flights ever undertaken in with Masonic honors.
America since the ones which occurred in St. Louis the week of October Another Eclipse Next June
22nd, 1907, will be inaugurated at the It was a disappointment to many Florida Mid-Winter Internationalex- that the eclipse of the sun on Januposition in Jacksonville for two ary 3rd was not visible in Titusville.
weeks, commencing February 1st, Although the map of the path of 1908. partial eclipse placed this portion of
Arrangements havebeen complet- Florida just within the eastern edge
ed and these tests will take& e un. of observation, the sun set just a litder the auspices of the Jaesonville tie too early and the sky was cloudy.
Motor club, and they will bring to- But accordingtoBerlin H. Wright, gether the world's greatest airship of DeLand, who is an astronomical navigators, in fact, the winners of student of note, theeclipseof thesun
the great dirigibleballoon race in St. on June 28th, next will be well Ask a rfar-mased decter ad e wM tell yu at ge1ena seals d efslpala e al Louis on Wednesday, October 23rd, worth observing. This will be an an- pe M-) aalb remedes inthe treatment f caatarrisal seoas AMnd sey haest octer wi Lincoln J. Beachey will make an ef- nular eclipse the apparent diameter onanced that ellamens a cos.aensas ls formosa and cedrea seed (contalmd in P-r-as) are
fort to break the record he made on of the moon being just a trifle less ftaki C4edles of high veahi With this he leading meal text hsks aLgr
that occasion, which, by the way, was than that of the sun, hence a small
alightof amileand ahalfin4min- ringof lightwillbevisibleevenwhen Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1908
te and40 seconds; made at St. the eclipse is at its height. Thebelt
Louis, using the powerful airship of country over which the ring phase Trea.urr statement
'Beachey on that occasion. will be visible reaches from Mosquito
IThis airship is equipped with an inlet to Malabar on the east coast Jt.e s
8-h. p. four .ylinder gasoline motor, and from Palm key to the middle of a ie .. ,i,, 1 1 -, isn,) .o vl.
weighing 82 pounds, with a 9-foot Hernando county on the west coast. T H E M A PES A
wings to it. He bucked the wind, ring phase will be from two to four war so .. MoA S
which was at a fifteen mile hour minutes according to locality. s -. F E R T IL I Z E R S
breeze, made every turn of the Fo i Fn d1
course, landing back where he start- Flocking to Florida Tsla. -h had a. 1.
ed from as lightly as afeather, amid The land department of the Flori- Tha t is Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see the unbound enthusiasm of 75.000 da east coast, which has been doing saik r. n" I ti firs we from the reports there made what good results
spectators. For this he received the some excellent wolrk in locating set- ta to mnthly -taenlt 1a1n
-,h itf. -. .las*,. year notwithstanding the terrible drouth I con. first prize of $1,500. Jack Dallas, of tiers, is now arranging for the move- lalaiv belo. gig t each u, art" as tains lots of valuadle information. Apply to
Toledo, won the second prize, his ment of fifteen families from Aiken, EL. Brady & Bro., agents at Tiusille A
time being 6 minutes and 10seconds. S. C., Lanlgey. S. C.. and Augusta, I( sts vrsc rfl hn, 1 ,i E., I.l at Titusville
All of these prize winners will ls Ga.. to near Mims. where they will roaldhridg ti,- Jos. axton, Rockledge
present in Jacksonville to compete engage in orange growing and truck s 1,.,it... J.L M. d erts Cocoa
once more, gardening on the cs-operative plan. r i'd. t A. T. Patillo, Osteen 0
Challenge has been made by Lin- The party will Consist of business a. S. Bergmann, Merritt
coln J. Beachey against the Wild air- men and mechanics, who will make 4
ship for a $10,000 race at Jackon- a inspection tour next week. sn" f rd I ....SN ... or J. R. T E Jacksonville
ville, during the exposition. It is Nprep yordestc. .. .
No Southern P21m Limited ,i s not likely, however. that anyone will No Southern Palm Limited i l accept Mr. Beachey's challenge. It is unofficially announced Says i sa'anh it tatThese aerial flights will form the the Jacksonville Times-Union that --- '1 -p" -' C C -greatest attraction ever brought to the Southern Palm Limited will not I
Florida, and in themselvesstamp the be inaugurated on January 6. as osH sIa -T n,.,ur -1 Mail Orders for Mid-Winter exposition at Jackson- planned by the southern railway this .
ville as being an event of magnitud:"e eso. n is aignd by l ..ci..a. i CH R ISTM A S G O OD S
andimportance, even if nothing else Noreason is a igne by Iocalnf- W rrily. I sl, ,.-Iit ,rln"
should do so. ficials for the suspension of the ser- J
Other great attractions and free vire which has long been popular [
actsat the Mid-Winter exposition, with the tourists from the east, but OBBINS are given special attention by
during its continuance, will be Pain's it is surmised that the action is a re- &HB.
firepetale, employing 400 people sut oftherecentvisitofthe officials, & RA H AM THE H. & W B. DREW CO.
to produce it, at a cost of $4,00 a composing theoperatingdepartment JACKSONVILLE FLA.
night Ellery's Royal Italian band of of the road, to the south. (Inorpoirate. Paid c.p Cti JAC5. SONVILLE, FLA.
fifty msicianm., costs the exposition All th World Thico n .wns lands who carry a large and varied stock embracing
manger S,000 a week: JamesE. ias r,and. v larl' nwiment ihn tw ni rCi- Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods
Hardy, the wire king, called the ps as.ot pr.is.-nt part. It has no tr nhS. and sRi- l 4
Blondin of America; Miller's trained prior mr rhe smatism, stiffjoint, e Gift Books. Pictures Leather
elephants; Bostock's famous animal praainndllpin Byi. tryit and i Pictures, Leather Goods
snt soillass st. Anybody wh PRICEN TO SNCIT THE TIIMF. Express Wagons. Rocking Horses d se deral d d i
nmfren ts, aeeimldeosttions Banner TrIg Ttoen d Ti..ill3r ha r- -T1 Li ...
P.us and amnosment devices. moacy. TTULLE AND MI ML
S -" THE FLORIDA STAR 5
ED S l ir near Culppper courthouse, OAK HLL there wasgestandgene ape- lttle Will Annia Fowle, who has Geora ti of General am, andGen. be r in, wat better at ClWar ntre visited in ler s I think, count.
0AtlntaJornl i'and o if t. h I Mrs. W. A. Warliek, of Elnjy, Economizes the use of flour, butuou in remnd of the re om t nd
an nt ofone i mine. We isere wn Ga., is with herdaughter, Mrs. Ans ter and eggs; makes the biscuit, ii i for in-peitin in column of compa- for a few weeks. cake and pastry more appetiz_ M.inwlEnhavol.st iMpcioingrsof eomp
S s ie andI walked with; Gne Mr. Ernet McCulough is ntheg, nutritious and wholesome. [.Atshre. alongthe frontof .6 p poeor ofa fine, new piano,
Sll t company. Hardee's company, that which arrived Monday.
to whieh Norwod belonged, was one Mr. John E. Putnam, who came saie of Judge George ofthe last. General Longstreet had home for Christmas, is still here and
dtetalked f passed that day and examined many may remain for the winter.
S airrliment were two broth- thousands of soldiers, but when he Mrs. F. M. Burns, of Colorado
w regiment were They belned reached Norwood, whom, of course, City, Texas, and little Dorothy are
tea Norwode Theo y belonged he had never seen before, and quiet, guests of Mrs. Z. T. Williams.
M .I ty. y were v unpretending soldier that he was, Miss Cornelia Magruder, of Rocka lie, enough so to have ben had never heard of General Long- lfdge, is spending a few weeks with
le. Allas stood to havedin treetstoppedand directed Norwood her brother, Mr. H. J. Magruder.
rank ide by side and were never to step to the front, andtakingfrom Mr. andMrs. W.A. Warnockand knr to be sick or off duty. Both him his gun, with the corner of his party will arrive at their Eldora kno to hem esk or off duty. Both handkerchief examined its muzzle, home Friday and remain for the winof them were fine shots, and both frm and his ri
oan hehirmish line in fron ex ie hisuiform and his car- ,
usalyo the sim of Suifolk box, handed his gun back, di- ABSOLUTELY PURE
uring the enghim to his place in the ranks. Mrs. M. P. Moulton and mother
eal LImatreet advanced our line h tning to me, General Lon- d sister, Mrs. Anna Powell, have This is the only baking
one foggy night and threw up a street said arrived at Eldora for the winter and
Iealmtwak and a fortification, into 'Captain. Ihave inspected thous- also Miss Marian Pavyer. Powder made from Royal whi e of our btterie ands ofmen today, and havesee Mrs. W. Sylvester and M. WH Grape Cream of Tartar.
moved. The Ninth Georgia regi- nowhere a finerspeeimenof asoldier Sturgs have gone to Daytona fdr a rae ream of
ment wa ordered up to support this than this.' What a fine military in- short visit. Dr. Sturgis and Messrs.
battery and occupy the lineof breast stint, which had enabled Geneal West, Whittoa N Substitute
raon oneide of it. ongstreet to judge with such uner- West, Whitton and Sylvester are stillHas No Substitute
lightou me i was is.When day- ring clearness and to have bestowed at the eatp.
light ame, it was discovered that a praise where it was so well deserved. Mr. H. C. Putnans left shortly af a I rim bat sm bnwasIe rataediss she sMaiib bushy cedar tree, with a trunk some ter Christmas for St. Augustine and d 1. fass so d 5.t rs. i
sx inches in thickness, was directly The company above referred to was Christmas for St. Augustine and in the line of fire where the captain in cominand of Capt R. A. Hardee, an may go to White Springs for a few
deed to ereet one or more of hiod president Brevard county, weeks torecuprate aftera severe
g He called down the line for now living at Sebastian, and the Nor- attack of grippe.
a volunteer to t down the treewood brothers were first cousins of our The Mises Pearl and Irene Owens
Oneof the Norwood brothers, the townsman, Mr. W. S. Norwood. have both left, after their holiday Cleveland, Ohio, will send the first places on the east coast, then will one who always carried a small axat A morab Day visit with their brothers, Messrs. large touring party to Florida this cross over to Cuba. They will travel moS. B. and M. M. Owens. Mrs. M .C. year. Mr. D. J. Collver, the well in special train which will be made
his belt immediatelysprang over the Oneof te dawe re stMn. M.C. own and ppular passenger agent upat Cleveland andwill include nine b work, and ran out to the tree, pir, wll" of the Big Four railway, will be in pullman cars, two diners and a comS about fifty yards in front, and began ,nah istlt i l othe onoi n il bet Christmas passed off pleasantly charge of the party which left Cleve- bination baggage car.
to et it down. After a half dozen pill,, tle pinoa p lis ,.r tl, i elnad and the annual Christmas tree was a land at noon on Monday, the 6th.
strokes, when the trunk of the tree e* an ilinew, ark,. l, e < success, as usual. and theholidaysare Two hundred prominent citizens of Tax tatement
was about half severed, the enemies i t P~ h. over and most of the Christmas Cleveland will visit the various important
sharp shooters in the meantime hav- ---- guests have gone back totheirschools 1-s7, r a., a ha ll11. I.or s.
ing opead on him a rapid and wither- TROPIC or homes. nrsi, waSnt as Ja FI .n A
ig fire, suddenly his grip on the ax Mrs Harrison is spending several Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hatch and Mrs. Comr antive statement of tempertures o ,,I ,,e .-- c t
relaxed, his form seemed to quiver days with friends in Eau Gallie. Van Lew and Mrs. Young were sad raintfl for the wek ending Tuesday. ,ienerlfuld, $ 1 S 5 and alowly he sank to theground. In We regret very much that Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hatch; TAI g No. -rL h -1 br .n fa, q Is i- .
arammmttb other Norwood was Merrill has not been so well lately. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Howes, Mr. Ja wt I I, t.7 i .r l i.t I,, I 1tIn I L1"I
oerthebreastworks, beforeanybdyand Mrs. Cornelius Christiancy, Mihss s. of l
had time to caution him, orstophim Mrs. E. Ensey and son, Mr. May Howesand Mr G. Sparkand was athisbrother'sside, leanin Rutledge, spent Thursday of last an were at Mr. W. C. Howes' dur- T.a A .5: 0 o over him with his face close to his week in Titusville. ing the holidays. o It s1] c n t
brother's side. He suddenly took up Mrs. L. M. Bowman and Miss Ruth Tiil r-intll l t k n inches.
the ax, leaving him where he was, Harrison, who have been on a visit Land for Sale iEoO. l IL A..
with a few rapid strokes quickly fin- to relatives at this place and La- Eighty iens in Inwvahul nty heing th.il psrtu, raiufhll siur Jan. Ilt, uin.us ant .KI ms.SiI
ished Lework of felling the tree. Grange, left for their home at Mi- w i f .' w. 5, t,. 1". T. 21. H ad P. Ha 4N0n.
He then turned and went rapidly ami Monday. o, S r pticul ds a St i a1. ,-stn l.al in Charsi.
back to the breastwork, sprang over Miss Gertrude Stewart, Miss Nel- ..,.....
it and resumed his place without a lie Schofield and Mrs. Schofield re- sai n n0r hh"'i noaun, -a- pato rt scratch. He explained that when he turned Saturday from St. Peters- phaysiogPi. sipen a-n iwe t hoelsot
went to his brother, and finding him burg, where they attended the state aoi in scrs. i i H A R D W A R
dead, sw there was nothing he could teachers' association. 1a i
do for him and thought that as he Messrs. Albert and John Mathers, Improving East Coast Roads
was already so much exposed, he of Eau Gallie, spent several days Mr. Thomas W. White, president would cut that tree down, even if it with their father, who was taken of the WhiteSewing Machine Co., of
esat him his life in the attempt. seriously ill Saturday, but we are Cleveland. Ohio, is taking a keen in Jas. Pritchard & Son
"It was during the skirmish and pleased to state is much better, terest in Florida roads and has bridgpicket fighting onthe morning of d one of the wrstsloughsbetween Handle the Finest Lines of
the lird of July, that this surviving IIELBOURNE St. Augustine and Daytona with a
Norwoodwasonthefightingorpick- Mrs. S. E. Barbour and Mrs. trestle of very ingenious design. In Heavy and Shelf Hardware
et line. He had never shown any Frend, of Eau Gallie, were pleasant making the trip in his White steamer panion of revenge and was never visitors in town last week. from Daytona to the Ancient City
heard to utter any threats; But after Alex J. Goode received this week Mr. White passed over the trestle he Our Stock of
his brother's death he continued to three fine Lacy engines. Mr. Godle recently built at Alligator branch. Our Stock of
be the same faithful and well liked is agent for the east coast for thes He and Mr. U. J. White, of Dupont, GunS and Sporting Goods
soldier that both of them had been engines will place a trestle over another
before, acting as if he thought it re- Miss Lizzie Hine hasreturned from slough north of Alligator branch and is com plete at all tim es
quired double duty on his part and her visit to Jacksonville and will be the timbers for this work will be sent that be must do the duty of both. at the Marh cttag on the bluff for at once by Mr. U. J. White. Mr.
the Mash cottage on thebluff for White has been keeping a force busy There wa a federalsharpshoterhid thewinter. cutting out the growth along the Paints and Oils of Quality
behinda clay root, i Mr. and Mrs.Newcmbof Fenn- roadside and has cleared about six and Oils of Quality
very accurate and very galling, and M an dMr o o f milesof bushes. All that is now one of our Specialties
several on ourside had been pitted le, Michigan, and Mr. Samelson. of needed togive apassable road from one our
against him without success. Nor- Holland, Michigan, are pleasantly Jackonville to Ormond is a trestle wood was told of it. He sent two of settled for the winter in the home of over the slough in the vicinity of
his companions some distance to the Mrs. Robert Nicholson. Nsbit. __ Quotations for large or small orders will left, instructing them to conceal Dean Robottom preached a most STATF ,, *iob or si. be given personal attention. Mail Orders
themselves and fire at the clay root interesting sermon last Sunday eve- F l.tuRANK ma ksth t hr i, solicited and promptly filled IN
ontiously and as fast as they ning in Holy Trinity church to an at- th io-,-r. r of .1 Uif S.J(-IE ,e
otld, whether they saw the man tentive audience. The dean has i ",. T,,,,. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
behind itornot, he, in the meantime, made a hoat of warm friends in Mel- will iay ih ,To or t h Indtrei IHdll 1,ar
moving a little way in the other di- bourne, r,, o- h i. i an nt s.
reaction, so as to attack the clay root A number of men are at work on FRA iNKb I ('Hg EN s on to hWfom m, and buried in my
from different angles. His instruc- Mr. Cyrus Porter's new home on reenoce. thi, ith dayo f cmi rA.Dlnu.. i
tiosarwerefollowedandthetwosoon New Haven avenue. Mr. Porter's -1 AW. E 0. A. STEWART EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
had the attention of the man at the lot is well supplied with the following ~I r i Nay P idat
clayrootenteredon themselves, and fruits in full bearing, presenting a s. drirt o on lna l d s surfIR E E, Agt,
meantime hbe exposed himself a little beautifulsight: Grapefruit, orange, Rofthe eni s I ri nial. .
F J. daf CHE V ). Tolrd.o.0. Florida and to the unerring aim of Norwood, lemon, persimmon and a fine field of or iti I surance Floi
when the federal's gun was seen to fruitingbananas. orm i sthiur a h ku lnc' im
fly up, he droppedoutof sightand Mrs. Catharine Meehan, Mr. and n.. in.... i TIUS'VLE. F-LOR western
th wa no further annoyance from Mrs. John P. Burn and son, of Phil .
that quarter. adelphia, areagain in their handsome AC 3X I t Teal"
"About six weeks after this dr- Melboways glahomed to the chawinter. We I represent some of the leading
inw h time, as before, Norwood ing people a omeeach winter. They companies of the world and any of all Kinds.
Stheme quiet, reliable. suees- own a pretty orange grove, formerly WANTED-6 tid b sd burlap: business entrusted to me will reelamldir in every crisis, when our the Goode homestead, in the west i..n kid:asY quanotity: sscv c E - heIreweA
army had resumedits position in endoftown. freiht. RlHIoNDBG .RniriOoRhmond.V. ceivepromptandcarefulattention
6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, JANUAA 1O.
E T FO H Killed by a Faling Tree. DO YOU ET UP
T FOR TE R. C. Tate o K w W If you want sweet music
IK W U1 by a falling tree, while out on a pos
IN ESEs hun lst tTuesday night, sustain- Kum Trae a in Tom nswnm.
ie Irom which death dsn A"it who ryo te n in your home buy a.
penesse 0 aq Wednesday afternoon. papers s t odo oo i tidul mMr Tate, In company with a part) IL j- cure made by r.
of friends, was engaged in felling a 1KisS r t FA R t-ee, which caught in the branches of a and bladder remedy. nearby tree and its course thus unex- i Itthe great med- F A R R A N D O R G A N pectedly changed. It struck Mr. Tate caltriumphofthennlaflicting an ugly scalp wound. He eet ea d ras knocked down, but got up, tellin- scientific research by his friends that he was s hrioasl, hurl Dr. Kiler. the emiand wanted to go to camp about three -r at kidney and bladT ~ riilea aay. ie walked the distance wonderfully ueemfs"ul In promptly ndl S". ig h ,s g alkd tlking freel: Izre bedk, kdmy. bladdert uricacid tro ait ontche b r i it, lh.m with his companions. After arrlvin b=ndBrightsDi eawhih nme t hannetadebyn-hirball of kidney troubee
in amnp he changed clothing and lay ar.K no t K alr not re R S I II L I LEN on a ct, soon bo in uno mendedoreverythingbutifyouhavekidn. and so remained unil deat liveror er troble it will be foun just the reredyoune Ithgr e ienteeted
BRAKEMAN IN TROUBLE. samel the following afternoon about: Insomanyways inhopitalworkinprivatec four o'clock. practice, among the helplo too poor to pu. Assaulted Delray Doctor Who Sought Dr. Bon of this cit, was tl-'raph chase reliaendasrovedso sucesflcin a tie olnk last evn.ercaw-thst specl rml ement hRide on Freight Train. for and arrived WedInesdayi mornl- been mdebywhicha11 reder othispahr
The Miami NewsgReord of Wedns ng. He made an examination and whohavenot already tried it, may have a day says: called in Dr. Cunningham for consulta simple bottle snt fre by mailt, aim a book Dr J. R. Casen, Jr., of Delray, was tion. Tile doctors decided that a ver lling more about Swamp-Root land ho to .
assaulted and nearly killed by a brak largl hemorrha-e had taken place ritinmenton thisou
man on a south bound freight tla L thbrain. and that nothIng could Ip offer in thispaperand last night. lone at that time to relieve his cond send your address Ito Dr. Kilmcr & .o..BingThis nes was conveyed to Shoriif t;or. thinking it ist to ait until th b h bmton N. Y. The
Prohock in a telegram signed by prom- following lday Ibfore operating. Th regular fifty cent and erieuatM R A '4
inent citizens of Delray and sent her- patient dil. however. before his con!- dollar siesarsoldby all good drn
about nine o'clock last night. ion ever watrante d an attempt at op
Another tM!egram received by She; tion. Irm't ake llitake, hut r*,mmr
ifA Frohoei stated that the dman wh A pou liarly sad feature of those ain-s a.. a i tll n, Irn lier --loan Icollnitted the assault had twen arrest z i, ho fact that the dllclasd nian wa, "7 vCry).itle.
if Cramer and the prisoner we His blitde was a oung lady who eanir The Atlanta spiit will nlt dlown
brught here on the late train last hre to wed h.r betrothd from Roch It is now advrtising as the largest
Vt ht and placed in the county jail. -tr. N. H. tL. wedding having tak,:! prohibition city in the wild.
I'rom what could be learned of the slace la this city immediately upo;
circumstances the case is as folows: her arrival. The tyolng woman so The Charming Woman
Dr. Case n had received a messa-ge sadly widowed has the deeplest symp is no-t Ie'wartll 'li ", Iof prItc f iarm
from Deerfield which told of a woman thy of her newly nmadle friends. Iwing al rt il :1 tr ea m .i ,,s al 11 who was dangerously ill, and when th- total stranger in a strange land. -u nato rt u ;mliim l'r a thI,
freight train came along he boarded w "orhl a n11r: l,,ll I t:r e-a li1 FOcr sale by the
it In an attempt to get to the bedsid Cures Blood, Skin D ases, Cancer, n,, it ki :iill thut illn .-' ,-tIm.
of the sufferer as quickly as posAible. Greatest ood Purifer Fe t hat ipa
The brakeman, whose name is Ash I tlr blinl i illlt, thin d trai tis,- wi L ,*al t-A rIfi -e ric l-ot or fill[ o" lllnl D II y,,n IlI- lodi ton, objected to the doctor riding on Is*t o tll i l t "' lil Ilittrr, trea II. i rr
the train and In spite of the appeal .r laee inr1nie ein, ri a-f andl ti i 1, antv i M
the medical man to be allowed to ride bili,. olahy pinlilly in, le paili ilatller Itrug M ad 'ital Mile ChHOto Deerfield, attempted to eject hini i 'larril, rleirat iIl, or el h liroi or
froi the aoe i it., take INtonib,'d It s a'Y. i TITUSVILLE, FLA.
from the caoose. ( i. B.) Sirin all lres liel. aches
Dr. Cases tried to reason with the and pains stl"l and the blood i. nade n.mas A "9 .
nian, but without avail, and a scufftl, ire aund riltfl rits or ly iepre nt. Its Kti i s lie n tou-al DoT
started. t pr large mttie. Slple friebr nritinn Blml lsm (,. Atlata. (;aI. I B Bpmm
What Instrument or weapon wa I io pe.iallv d ., efi.aritr, i,.ll. it
used is not yet known, but at the pres- eIn l iase, as it ellnr after all else lails
ent time the doctors life is hangin;
by a thread. Premiums for Lxhibit. TIME IS MONEY
He is badly bruised about the heal Florida enlery and luscious straw
and body and is sufferlng from loss of liheTis Soupy a deservedly imporblood. tant peltion in the pr mium ists o VICTOR
His friends are greatly worried over the Florida State Fair, to be hi-id at
his condition and have grave feae tlo Tampa, F,,ruaiy 5 to 22. and the at Talking Machines, Supplies and
his life. testion of thousands of tourists front
Dr. Casen is well known throughout other States will be called to Ithe RecordsO by t
the county and Is respected malot high quality of these crops. Tanlpa -wit'
ly by all who enjoy his acquaintance also furnish a fin .mactt tor bo l INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
His assailant will Ie given a preln- throughout the fair period, ail in u
inary hearing before Judge Heyser as liaf of the celery indstr tIhe rall- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
soon as the witnesses in the cae r ca roads will bring scores of celry-grow.
be brought here. er= from the neighborhood of KIalama zoo Mich., the noted el-Iery produces;
Why center to Tampa and South Florida
should your haby suffer? When lie isn oints hl excursion train. F:erthin Thi ii,. tfretinl and retles, lsnn t exrperiletl oii tioetble Will be don't aiI lri e hao S lii Do no suffer
hlu nI te.e e .yild lthie no te nei.h- cete- ant eilt i v. i ......ti.. .... W i. . . .
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THE FLORIDA STAR
'. A --
the probltmtbtn-*- who would reform
the drunkard atop drinking wth him.
The cousemM of oplalt eof the best
and stragest minds ist that high li-
ceuse is the best system of regulation:
that prohibition is wrong in principle
Of Im ether Gm& Mrs. GyMs.
The pret visit et Mrs. RElUor
Gbya, the ultIh novelist whose paw-
em ories have created something ot
a fur-a, has been marred by the re-
ftal of a New York orgs-Mton
known as the Pfl-
gris Mothers to al-
low her to speak at
iUs recent Waldert-
Astoria dinner not-
Mrs. Glyn attended
the dinner as one of
the Invited guests.
It appears that some
e the members of
the club who had
read Mrs. Glyn's
latet store. "Three
Week," had been
Mrs. tor shocked and were
S -=-" determined to snub
i author. Allowing this incident
there appeared Ia the papers an alleg-
ed Interview with Mrs. Glyn sneering
at the Pilgrim Mothers and calling
them slangy names. Mrs. Glyn in a
letter to her personal hostess. Mrs.
Bates. denied that she had given any
meh interview and dpennmded an apol-
e from the club for Its treatment of
Meant trike at Now York.
The lower east side of New York
eity. Including the thickly populated
Hebrew ghetto, has been greatly exit.
ed the last few days by a movement
to organize a general strike of house-
holders against landlords by refusing
to pay rest until the lessees consent to
a reduction. A committee of relief has
been organized to take care of fam-
files which should be evicted and to
protect their household goods. Plans
were also made for a great street-pa-
rade. The landlords held a meeting
and voted to resist the movement for
rent reductions. The large number of
unemployed at this time Is partly re-
sponsible for this protest against high
tenement rates,. and Socialist leaders
are taking advantage of the situation
to propagate their theories.
Ce sumption Takes a Tenth.
That one-tenth of all the deaths of
the year in Pennsylvania were due to
tuberculosis Is shown by the records
et the bureau of vital statistics, the
total of victims of this disease being
Cahrisbtmas ad Equality.
A rare if not new interpretation of
Christmas is brought out by Samuel
McChord Crothers In Everybody's. Re-
ferring to St. Augustine's analysis of
love as meaning that the other should
be as well off as yourself, he says thirt
wishing him to be thine equal is thin
test of charity, adding: -It is all sighEt
to give a poor devil a turkey. but are
you anxious that he shall have as -oUoi
a chance as you have to buy a turkey
for bhinself? Are you really entiu.al-
astie about so equa!l.ing oimportunltle-
that by and by you shall be surround
ed by happy, self reliant lpeolle who
have no need of your-lineufaet ions?"
Why Roebling Quits Asheville.
The decision of Jonu A. itoeblin-z
the millionaire son of the Brooki.,n
bridge builder, to at~nioun his re'-i
dence at Asheville. N. C.. and give
away his magnificent mansion the.-e
nearly complete to the bone mission .
board of the l'resbyteri:.n church 1-
admitted frankly by Mr. Rlte;bing t,-
be due to the recent vote of the place
for prohibition. lie has spent ten:
years in Ashevile aud has put pns_.G'
Into his estate adjoiuing Biltmore. th.
Vandervilt establishments. but now say
that he will not live in a town that
abridges personal liberty in this way.
Ue speaks of the harmony and good
feeling that have characterized Ashe
ville and of its hospitable and progress-
ive citizens, all "working together to
make this the great resort town of the
south." then continues: "Now there
has come a discordant note. A strange
philosophy is being preached among
us. We are told that grown men are
unsuited to be the Judges of their own
personal habits. To drink alco-
holle liquor is not wrong per se from
any point of view. Therefore to sell
such liquor isto not wrong per se. Pro-
hibtSon is an attempt to declare a
thing wrong which is not wrong. Is
the saloon a cause or an ect -
eoms exit became mea drink. Let
Ing the sheep to send away their
watchdogs he said: "Just now the den-
Iseas of that great sheepfold, the Amer-
ican Unlon, are beginning to turn their
mad esetrary to thieaomm f
ow system f government. The sue-
ems ot prMtblWt at the election
means that the money puarket will be-
come tight." He adds that most Of the
cities which have tried It have *ome
back to license and that prohibition
drives or Impels young men to lawless
dens. Mr. Roebling wl return to the
home at hi father at Trenton, N. J.
I POLITICAL I
Admiral Brownmen's Resignation.
Close on the heels of an interview In
the New York Press. In which he had
openly criticized the navy in the pres-
emee of Secretary Metcalf. Rear Ad-
miral W. H. Brownson tendered his
resignation to the
cepted it. to take
effect at once. Cap-
tain Cameron McR.
Winslow was ap-
pointed to succeed
ent had asked the
Admiral Brownson admiral if the
charges made by
Reuterdahl In the McClure's article
were true. While admitting that much
of the article was misstated or over-
drawn. Brownson had replied: "You
can say for me that the organization of
the navy is bad. I say it before the
secretary. and I said it before the pres-
ident. I do not believe in the bureau
system, and it Is my opinion that there
should be a thorough reorganization."
Both Dewey and Brownson had admit-
ted that defects exist in the navy. but
had expla that all navies had simi-
lar ones to contend with in keeping up
with the game.
Later it was Inferred that the Imme-
diate cause of the resignation of
Brownson from the office of chief of
the bureau of navigation was that the
president had overruled his objection
to placing a naval surgeon in com-
mand of a hospital ship, a. recom-
mendation made by Surgeon General
Rixey. The latter gave out an ex-
tended statement saying that the bu-
remu of medicine and surgery had been
too much Interfered with by the bu-
reau of navigation. Rixey contends
that as a rule, hospital ships have
been commanded by medical officers.
sailing masters and civilian crews, In-
asmuch as hospital ships are merely
floating hospitals. In war line officers
do not desire to command these ships.
and the surgeon general thinks they
should Ise conducted just the same In
time of peace as In time of war. But
for the objection of the bureau of nav-
igation Rixey says that the hospital
ship relief would now be In attend-
ance on the fleet on Its way to the
In the meantime the department is
rushing preparations for the sailing of
the Relief. which will carry twenty
surgeons and thirty nurses. The pres-
ident was so il-eiau-ed at the published
criticisms that at first he ordered that
Iteuterdahl. who accompanies the fleet,
lie put ashore. Later be abandoned
this extreme measure.
Troops Quit Goldfield.
(overnor SIparks of Nevada made a
:art reply to the president's order tak
nig the fe;.r::l troops away from Gold-
field. He said the president acted
hastily andl unwisely in rwealling the
trooplls 11n;. tok the :rimuied thb:tt the
plre 4'sence f the s.li.-'rs would benefit
the iuseri-h:lnts **f lthe :.*itlp anild th:tt it
would cost uin more toI keep them there
tlh:n t:iyvwhcre else. lie feared that
lo.dsMtid uotld le i..e result. The
pre,-ident's order tixed I -e. 3'0 for the
wiia;it;a:al of the i.l,,s. and it was
based on the reco.maiinieid'|tlions (if the
cotlininission sent tl invtestigurte condi-
tions there. The president told Spa:rks
that no circuiuslauces t'n.w existt-d to
Justify calling on federal auihri:y
a:nd that to leave the troops there in-
definitely would Ie to have them per-
form the duty devt,. Ing upon the
state. Am the legislature had not been
called he must assume that the powers
of the state were still adequate to pre-
Denounces "Wolveo of Wealth."
Attorney General Bonaparte in a re-
cent speech at Chicago. In which he
said he spoke for no one but aimslt-If.
referred to the attacks made in dif-
ferent parts of the country upon the
course of the administration in enforc-
ing federal statutes, and after relating
sEop's story of the wolves persuad-
"We are passing through strange expe-
riences. The plainest common sense
propositions with respect to great busi-
ness transactions are whistled down
the wind if they do not happen to suit
the excited fancy of a lot of self eon-
mougots t ote grave problem or cnuse-
Ing a head watchdog to guard them for
four years. I cannot help thinking It
may aid them In this weighty task to
*tablM first of all, a negative test
of fitness. Whatever applicant for the
Job is viewed with particular favor by
the wolves may well be left In his
home kennel. Wolves can be trusted
to know what they want and to
want what the sheep don't want. Tes-
timony taken In some pending sults
under the Sherman antitrust act has
recently shown the public what had
for some time been well known to the
department of Justice-that many es-
tablishments and enterprises widely
and emphatically advertising them-
selves as Independent of all trusts' are
simply branches of the very trust to
which they profess deadly enmity. I
think there is reason to believe that
certain organs of public opinion, per-
haps under the like guidance, pursue a
similar tortuous policy. They seek to
obstruct the execution of the laws by
vehemently and perpetually demand-
Ing Impossibilities of those charged
with their execution." Regarding the
selection of the proper man he said:
"I am not advocating any person, but
the next man should do the same
things that the man now Is doing. He
should be a man who is not the serv-
ant of any interest, class or combina-
tion, but a man who will represent the
Bailey Will Not Resign.
United States Senator Bailey of Tex-
as has Issued a statement concerning
the published report of rumors that
he would resign and ask the Demo-
crats of the state again to Indorse him
for the senate. He pronounces this
rumor as entirely unfounded and states
that all his friends perfectly under-
stand that the opposition to him does
not constitute 10 per cent of the regu-
lar Democrats of Texas. "This being
true," he says. "my friends would
hardly consider it necessary to my
vindication that I must humor the
whims of political nondescript, Social-
ists and anarchists."
Motto on Coin Resolution.
"Responding to request," Represent-
ative J. Hampton Moore of Philadel-
phia has introduced a resolution pro-
viding for the restoration and contin-
tied use of the motto "In God We
Trust" on all silver and gold coins of
the United States. The resolution calls
for the destruction of all dies from
whk-h gold or silver coins minus the
motto could be coined In future.
Prays For Bryan's Election.
The presence of W. J. Bryan in Guth-
rie. Okla.. recently inspired the chap-
lain of the lower house of the legisla-
ture to pray that Mr. Bryan might be
the next president of the United States.
Immediately after the prayer the house
broke into a storm of applause that
lasted several minutes. The speaker
added emphasis by putting It as a
question to the body. Every IDemocrat
present answered "Aye." Later both
branches of the legislature met to lis-
ten to a speech by Mr. Bryan. and he
was afterward given a reception, dur-
ing which he shook hands with ser
t*ral thoslMand ti'-iale.
Knex Defends Franklin's Title.
Speaking ;at the New England society
dinner at hliiludelphia. Senator Knox
took issue with ilannis Taylor of Ala-
biania. former minister to Spain. on
the question as to the claim made by
the latter that the constitutiioni of the
United States haid loein desliged by
the noted jurist l'eleti:lh Welster.
who ; :nie I- w\vor!l t!le half blreakinl
i-i.a ,of a federal governllent qperat-
it.: -- dire.-ty from the ,-itizen. Senator
:o e.;-at!.lish tlie f:1-I lhat hR',nj;iaini:
'-'r: ui iii wv:s t!,' origiuittor of the fa-
liii':s ilo'uiie,'it. Now .Mr. Tn.ylor hasi
lpuli," debate ,,1 this subject .before.
i'.te Il.:r :ssociN-:l on of the I 'istri-t of
'!ln'i .ii:. .M!r. Taylor claims to have
'*:--irlth,-d the- doc-ui tent of Feb. ir,.
IT.:. in \v!ii.-h Ve!'ster ainnoun-ed the.
entire li:;in of the federal constitution.
lIe hopes to be absle to compel the sen-
ator to public!:,- admit that Franklin
t.e-er conceived in any form the vsys-
tem of feileral government which Web-
Foraker Scoffs at Regeneration.
In making an address at the banquet
given in connection with the conven-
tion of the Merchant Marine league at
Cleveland. O.. Senator J. B. Foraker
delivered himself of these sentiments:
to the fltne< s of the islanders for the
jury systerin and the reslponsltlllty of
bearingr arms he takes a negative
view. li.ievlng that these things should
wait for the development of a greater
sense of landividlual responsibility and
It is reported from Washington that
Mr. Taft In a frank conference with
the pre'i-.'ent offered to leave the cabi-
net. suai.r.--%in: that the retention of
his present p'itlion minl-it be an em-
harra.-!--:in.it to the ad;inal:lstration dur-
ing the next few months of political
ex'-itement. lut the president urged
him to remain, expressing perfect con-
fidence In the lajegrity of his official
acts and belleving that certain lines
of his work as war secretary could be
better carried on by him than by any
Never can tell whea you'll mash a finger or
suffer a cut, bruise, brn or scaled. Be-pre-
p.Md Dr. Thoumna Electric Oil imstantlyre-
lieves the pai-quickly cures the wound.
of the business
world. Al this is
mated and injurl-
ou, and we are now
paying the penalty.
Thei .et stnpen. e*mo w .
does prosperity the world has ever wit-
messed has been checked and ebclled.
It will be months, probably longer, be.
fore we recover, an4 we will never
recover unless we remain enaidence In
the integrity of eachb other, once more
regard success In business as honomer-
able and content ourselves with same
regulations that will punish wrong-
doers without bringing wholesale dis-
aster to the innocent. It was nevita-
ble that sooner or later we should have
some such k perilnmce we are now hav-
lag when we provided by law that the
revenues of more than 200,000 miles of
railroads, representing more than four-
teen billions of securities, should be
turned over to a rate-kimg cammis-
slon of seven men sitting to Washing-
ton. The work assigned to them was
an Impossibility of such magnitude as
to make the proposition an absurdity."
Tom Laween's New Party.
Since calling pon the president last
week Thomas W. Lawson of Boston
has announced the formation of a new
national party, with Roosevelt and
Johnson of Minnesota as its candidates
In next year's presidential race. Law-
son says that, although he regards
Bryan as pure, he has not the strength
to stand up against the game of the
"system." He asserts that when the
crisis was on the president was com-
pletely surrounded and compelled to
make the move which enabled the sys-
tem to know that both the Republican
and Democratic candidates would be
satisfactory to it
The Fleet at Trinidad.
The American battleship fleet arrived
at Trinidad Dec. 24 and dropped an-
chor in the harbor of Port of Simin
Kor Christmas. all the ships being deck-
out with tropical greens in honor
of the holiday. The day was one of
Jolllfication for all hands, and many
Christmas trees were set in the offi-
cers' rooms, bearing presents from the
folks at home. Boat races and other
athletic exercises were arranged for
the men of the different ships.
Power Lifeboats a 8ucss.
The United States life saving service
after a careful test has demonstrated
the efficiency of the power lifeboat In
rescuing persons from wrecked vessels
and has arranged for the addition of
several of these boats to the equipment
of the life saving service along the
New England coast.
Alaska's Population 31,000.
Governor W. B. Hoggatt of Alaska
in his annual report estimates the
population of the territory at 31.000.
exclusive of 6.000 or 7.000 persons of
mixed nationalities employed in mines.
canneries and railroad construction
during the summer. He reports ex-
tensive prospecting In the various min-
ing districts. lie considers the whisky
peddler the worst enemy of the native
and recommends legislative restriction
of liquor sales within a fire mile radius
of any railroad or other enterprise em-
ploying 100 or more men except In an
Taft Pleased With Filipinos.
Secretary Taft. who will soon begin
the preparation of an extended report
on Ills observations In the Philippines,
in a recent Interview expressed himself
as highly pleased with the progress al-
ready made in the fslands. Peace, he
says. prevails throughout tlq Philip
plhes to a greater extent than ever be-
fore in their history, and agriculture is
proceeding without fear from preda-
tory iaitlds. Hlie finds the natives re-
ceptive to education and to modern
western concepti.ons of religion and
poli:i<-s and says there Is no difference
between the educated and the Ignorant
'illpinio that cannot Ite overcome by
llte 'di-;i .tion of one generation. The
secretary thinks the people should not
lie intirnstel with self government un-
til their primary and Industrial eduea-
tlo is ,',i:;>il,'t.'. .und this may require
more than a v *!.i.m'atiion owing to a lack
of funds for eluh-'ationtiil purposes. As
FRIEND TO FRIEND.
The personal recommendations of peo-
ple who have been cured of coughs and
colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Jave done more than all else to mkec it a
staple article of trade and commerce uver
a large part of the civilized world.
'* -~ .~
Bay* a fin* b dinlkt-ilB--
To have the pains and a dckel.1
back removed; to be entilrey f- A-i
annoying, dangerous urinary disu- a
is geuoug so make any kday mb
grateful. To tell how thisgreat rma S -
be brought about will prove eomkug
words to hundreds of Frloa readers.
A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L St., PN-
sacola, Fla., tells how to do it. He ays:
"From my experience with Doams's Xd
ney Pills I can mrongly reoommsid
them to anyone in need ofa good medi-
cine for the kidneys. Kidney complain
and backache caused me sferir.g at in-
tervals for yeams. The Mst or second at-
tack I did not mind, but as time went by
they grewworse and at times laid me up.
I ould hardly walk and it was a diffiealt
matter to straigten after stooping while
the kidney sew etios were irrenpla and
unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pille red
me. From personal experience I know
that this remedy can he depended upon
to fulfill the representations made for it."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foater-Milburn Co., Busalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
When the War Fleet Saitd.
[On the saltiag of the Pacftc fleet from
Hampton Roads. Dec. I1]
When the war fleet puts to we
And the great guns thunder.
Our hearts leap up In glee
And awe and wonder-
When the war fleet puts to sea.
Let It be peace, not war.
The strong shlp. carry.
Two coasts that stretch afar
Shall meet and marry-
Let It be peace, not war.
And let no ill befall.
Be kind. ye fates!
Stern skies preserve them all
In the stormy straits-
Oh. let no ll befall.
And If dread war shall loom
In faroff days
Let the shotted cannon bo>ra
In prayer and praise-
If dreadful war shall loom.
Behind the bellowing guns
That do their part
Let stand the nation's sons.
All pure In h-art-
Behind the bI-!ieli>ng guns.
Then not r! ride or hate
lat one shot speed.
Be righteous souls elate
To do the deed-
Oh. not in pride or hates.
And thou. Eternal Power.
Bring swift the day
When right shall rule the hour
And peace have sway-
0 high Eternal Power!
-Richard Watson Gilder In New York
A WoaaeIul Wappn*iing
Port Byron, N. Y.. has witnesed one
of the most remarkable astes of healing
ever recorded. Amos F. King, of that
place says: "Bneklen's Arnica Salve
cured a eore on my leg will which I tiaul
enuffered over 80 years. I am eow eighty-
five." Guaranteed to cure all sores, by
Banner Drug Store and Titusville Phar-
Remarkable Work With a Rifle.
A remarkable shooting exhibition
ended the other day at San Antonio.
Tex.. when A. Toepperwein completed
a ten day match, during which he shot
at 72,rsiJO targets and missed only nine.
says the New York Tribune. Thl<
breaks the world's record in several
different ways. both as to the number
of targets shot at and the number
missed. Toepperwein closed the exbl
bition In whirlwind fashion. shooting
at the final t;!.rJo targets and missing
only one. Toepperweln used a 22 ca;
iber automatic rile. and the Iblock tar
gets were two and a half Inches thikI
They were thrown into the air twenty
feet from the marksman.
Pr Infants and Children.
Tie KhI Yo Hnav Alnn bI ltt
TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JANUAR-Y 10, 1908
Not fto Oqws1set Lloie., B'i tog t1s (oo4 of Otirn RAlso,
SW uri ~eto Ivut
Slhotm's GAu JUcM. Bf'r
iT M.rON PRAR.IACT.
of Li im Ga., arrived
v.*EIkctt the W"&ean a visit with her
60111m mm. Ge K Pritc tt.
A at often entson the dollar
se te to a dollar, buy of Heath
S O me mave dollars by good sense.
Mr. J. Crab, who has been suffer-
Swa a severe ack of rheuma-
ti-ifit weeks past, is slowly im-
Fe 8tla hbeelps books, sta-
At tma d mB etB ooote ade
t mm',, Mearnds, Jewelry
wa e aLd toys= udet and 10-centt
D Roottom.behas been erpint-d
1ton. the Dwemanoodcilthat
msee ne Jamary 15 mand 1 a.
Me Beaie Spears, whoe was recent
wih the Palmir' tht,. Titsvile,
Sof Jacksonville an experi-
m /ed htel ma e, is now with the
Mr. C. T. McCr K m of Miami, was
n t o for t hre e exrnon
tadks e quantity of the output
of 165n-K Wybe j CAL
At atlmi rned meeti-- of the Dade-
SGR erand Ship peE rs amoca-
ti m at uy nght, James MeComb
d e ttogo as delegate to the
f t National eagm of con-
missm merchants beingheld i Savan-
v"h ti week.
T=s BTAR e ee e da pleasant
4- .-r,.MKMMA BaIley,Bhergrand-
i*- fgtrMiha Laura Baey. and their
Atf L AMr. H. G. Pery, yesteardy af-
t*-m The latter three are
S0he r -m hre very Mchr wi
Tei eimtalstiona of OaIII Of the W.
0. W. took place at their camp Monday
a? Ieus s e ~ was served at Myers
tgeto ample justice was
due Athe weather was incle-
amt about twenty-five wood choppers
red for supper and a grand, good
m was had.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at In-
diMamela on Sunday next at 10:30 a. m.
Praching at the M. E. church Sun-
Sday, Jan. 12th, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. .,
i@...m. ,i em i'Ji'J m4' in -.
QOaeen talty Shoes
You know Lincoln's adage, You
can't fool althe people an the tie
etc." Ev y has heardit an
beievesit. Anditistrue. Which
s* 'liumIiri proof for 'Qoeen Quali-
ty" shoes. For over a dead their
males have far emeseded those of
all other women's dsoes. Yet the
demand continues to grow. Even
the 10,000 pairs made every day can't
upyt. Why? Just try onepair.
Large shipment just received.
WINSTON S. BANNING
Ice Factory Leased to A. S. Platt
Inian River Ice Factory has bern
leased by Mrs. MI L Wetmore to Mr.
A. S. Platt, who has been in charge of
the mechanical work for everal years
past, the chage taking place the latter
part of last week. The lease is taken
for me year. This will seieve Mrs.
Wetmore of looking after the affairs of
the mines, and she expects to leave
the latter part of next week for a short
visit to her friend, Mrs. Webster', in
Plumhmurwt hanges Management
Pah.gkst changed management last
Saturday when Mr. Geo. B. Massey, of
Jacksonville, succeeded Mrs. Hart as
manager. Mr. Massey has his wife and
father here with ia-. and will spare no
effort to make Palamurst attrac-
tive to all who come to them, either
tourists, transients or the local people.
Mrs. Hart left Tuesday forJacksonville,
but will return here for a short visit
probably to locate again n Tamps,
where she formerly was in charge of
the Almria hotel
15 pairs Berkabmeand Jersey ps at
00 per pair, if takeat2 old,
now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire
brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in
fine e-ditimn Address
E. B. ARNOLD.
Special Cut Prices
IN KUNE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
The price o f our clothing will be
cut down almkat one-hal. And we
have a mighty fine assortment yet.
We can fit you and suit you.
Victor "Victrola" Needles
Special Sale at line's
MONDAY, JAN. 13, 190&
TLies' belts, made of the best
quality of elastic, buckles odized
and gilt, colors black, brown and
blue, worth $1.00, .Monday's special
69 cents each.
White China slk, 27 inches wide,
good heavy quality, special 99 cents
Black taffeta, good heavy quality;
every yard gn*-nteed, special $1M.
Best quality of lonsdale, yard wide,
the wholesale price is 15 cents, our
price Monday 13 cents only.
Navy blue voile, 42 inches wide,
worth $1.50 per yard, Monday only
99 cents per yard.
All wool California blankets, 10-4s,
borders blue pink and red, hand-
somely boun with silk, worth $5.50.
Indian Head, already shrunk, 44
inches wide, worth 25 cents, special
19 cents per yard.
Good quality white cambric, 36
inches wide, special 12% cents per
Ansonia alarm clocks, guaranteed
to keep good time, 96 cents each.
Laces and embroideries at a spee-
Chiffon veiling, black, white, blue
and brown, Monday's special 29 cents
Good heavy quality cotton flannel,
bleached and unbleached, special 12
cents per yard.
Outnmg flannel in all colors, includ-
ing blue, white, pink and red, spec-
ial 12 cents per yard.
Ladies' hose, Queen's Own, gauze
lisle, put up three pair in a box, the
three pair for $1.SI
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juuus KL Titusvie.
tehUM Nm te t i pl of itn-
lha u Tw Cm lad go
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crabb,
J ad Start Fla., a f e little girl.
Mother and baby doing well.
Have yno tried Heath & Co. for groc-
erer prices" isthir mott
and popular they are-Lowest prces in
Mr. Garman and family and their uni-
cle, also Mise Grase K--fo9, of Ash-
and, Ohio, who have ad rooms with
MrsE.K B. Wager the past month, left
for Daytoaa Wedmesday.
-Miss Susie Teeter arrivedhere from
Rex Saturday, wer she wentosped
Christaswith her father, whom she
rsays, was quite ill aring her vt,
though much improved when she left.
Mrs. W. C Thomas returned to her
Mrs. B. R. Wilson, stopping at New
Sm to spend several days with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge and twM
daogters Dorothny and H n returned
t ter home at imelast Saturday,
after spending the hoday very pleas-
and i Mrs. Budges parents, Capt.
Mr. A. N. Medd, who left Miami for
the north three years ago, isnowin Mi-
ami again, having been nypmnewd by
the government to appear at the pres-
ent term of the United States court to
in behalf of the government in
M. Brown case.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Killer, of Brooklyn,
arrived in Tituosville Tuesday on their
way to Micro, where they wiil spend
the balance of the winter season. Mr.
Koer was here some years ago and
spent the season at Micco and
to return again to the beautiful
river. Tim STAR received a pleasant
hg nvm& a- p Ta am
teaufnl displayw-An -wx. and Nov-
amTI3s. Trrusvnuz PHAumACr.
Misses Frances and Mary Robottam
returned to Orlando to the Cath,1eaI
school on Friday last.
Co.,-.wuakaon from Master Lee Roy
Crabb, Columbia college, Lake City, is
to the effect that he is well pleased so
far,.having entered Jan. 2nd.
Heath & Co. are giving away free, as
an advertisement, beautiful pottery,
such as tankards, stems, vases, etc.,
which they have on exhibition at their
Miss Bertha Oliver, daughter of Mr.
L. C. Oliver, of Jacksonville, formerly
of Titusville, is now visiting Dr. and
Mrs. James M. Jackson, Jr., in Miami,
for a few weeks.
Mr. J. J. Miller, from Mihbigan, ar-
rived Sunday -fternoe- to spend the
winter with his son, Dr. J. E. Miller,
at the latter's new home, in Sunbeam,
formerly known as the Kenyon property.
Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins won the big
doll at Kline's and sent word from Mi-
umi the first of this week to have it for-
warded to one of her nieces, Miss Ruth
Paddison, at Eau Gallie. No doubt the
little miss will be more than delighted
at receiving such a h bwuoow doll as a
-Indian River Hotel Arrivals
For the week eding Jan. eth.
P N Sessions, Tamps; W L Paine,
Atlanta; Geo A Letford, Chico; C S
Watson, Boston- W W Woodarxge,
Bi.ng W E Cte St. Louis; 0
B Fld Orlandio;-W P Wilki, N Y;
W J Argus, J T Fleming, Buffalo; Miss
Edna Bennett, DeLand; Mrs J M Ar-
buckle, Miss Ruth Arbuckle, Frank Ar-
buckle, Toledo; L T lobe, Rockledge;
Chas A Parker, N Y; John Henry, city
John J Miller, Hastins, Mich; Mr and
Mrs A W Beknap NY; Miss Rosa-
mond Runyon, Yonkers, N Y; W T Bo-
diford, Fla; J A Crews, Fla Times-Un-
ion, E LBeaman, Oriando; Chris Brown,
Fla; Sami Jackson, Lynnbrook, N Y;
Chas Coombe, Freeport, N Y; H C Ber-
ry, Baltimore; A S Thornton, Geo W
Thames Jr, Jacksonville; G W Acres,
R N McArthur, Atlanta; F B Sweet,
Fla; J H Willis, Quincy, Fla; J J Moo-
dy, Bunnells, Fla; W T Moody, J M
Farmer, J W Turner, Jacksonville; J L
--" --'"'a I E. ..UN.mam ..asterw__o-.a it- s-----r
.--. These new needles have Just been Ditson, New Smyrna; J C Duane, F bucketsn-utttheflm eret ha
F.E.uc. .s.. .u aJthe.....e so er th e hated.
Rev. obe will preach at the Presby- brought out packed in convenient and C; J E Sumner, Orlando; J S LeFils, bcaugt te wood wrkhe utmntntihs
tIeim church Sunday night at 7 p. m., attractive packages. Jacksonville; Jas Haverly, Miami; A M erau ver o niVtu se a
Sunday school at 3 p. m. and prayer- They are the result of a determination Beem, St Augustine. mirror, etc hdbeen ru oribadly
meeting Tuesday afternoon at3 o'clock. on the part of the Victor company to -damag- -d ed
Dean Robottom will officiate in Coco produce a needlethat isnot ony the Mrs. Wright Entertains Oil paintings valued at over $1,300
e Sunday m, January 12th at 11 most uniform needle manufactured, but
SSunday morn January 12th at 11 tMrs. P H Wriht entertained a larg were destroyed and others estimated at
a. m, and in St. Gabriels church, Titus- s without question the best needle for nmr.P. H. Wh g ent erataned a l e $1700 were badly damaged. and the
vieo Sundyevingat 7-30 p. playing Victor records. number of her friends at the home of total loss is placed at $3,257. The build-
vie process on Sundays steelof even tenr and hr rents, JudgeandMrs. M. S. Jones, ing andcontentswereinsured for$2.0 .
during Billy finish, used in mthe nufactreo Victor Fi ay evening of last week, in honor ne of theoilpaintings had taken first
"Blundering Billy" "Victrola" needles, is the product of a of her cousin, Miss Miller, of West Vir- przeon two occasionsin Alabama, one
The three-act comedy "Blunderin- metallurgist whose factory is recognized ginia, who had been on a short visit prize on two occasions in Alaa one
Billy," was played b t K d Stoc as makers of the world's highest grade to Mrs. Wrigt, leaving the following It is safe to say that no more candles
company to a crowded house turday steel, and was adopted only after every day for St. ucie, where she is spend- will be lighted on Christmas trees at the
Fkown-nntcw hua "used to prove it con- ing the winter with her father. Pro- will be lighted on Christmas trees at the
ighti, this show being the first of the known test was used to prove t con- ng the winter with her fater. Pro- Taylor residence in future
nihthis sho en thefrsto The formed perfectly in every particular to gressive euchre was enjoyed immensely Tar residence in future
season at the Titusille oera house. The e uirement of Vitor records, almost till the midnight hour. when,
stany maki e a "mess of Bit" all the The'ictor "Victrola" needle is also- twas found Miss Miller and Miss Rob- New Express Schedule
time, t he came out all right in the lutely the bcst needle in the world. inson had tied, then drawing for the ,ith the inauguration of the winter
e with his love affair The special- You may pay more for needles., but first prize. Miss Robinson proved the passeng.r'service the F. E. C. railway
ties ingisng and acting by the cm- not for a better needle. lucky one and received a lovely deck of intro.ud 1 feature that is net in this
pnywere well rendered and evoked The Victor "Victrola needle should cards. Miss I taisy Brady rect:.ving the ..,.,i,,o at least. viz: Disc,.tinuinua g:x-
plenty of applause. Thiscompanyplav- only be used once. To ise it. or any bco by. a little Tedd.y iear. ,nt li-- lr- sr, ice o the reuia, l as.- ,ngr-
ed a three-nights' en.gageimnt at C- other needle for .playtin. :-r .re than itu re-fr- .-hzients w.-ere t1rvt. la'fcr t iri, a!t.r.et.r. Now the exr,'.-
coa the firstof this week and may in- I, ne re(,rd, w ill result otua"Iv in the ; i,-h iii., ray atd i.~ '''': 'n '- a :l.' :ir ,.y a thr.,a'h : x-
elude a date in Tituswille on their re- destruction of yo~r entire coll,.-tion ol: faoredtl th.- coniifan% with o I.. h,- 'r. tiri tiat ;.e:z:e: .,liamni ;il.vat 2
- i d e a d a te in T lu~ svi lle o n th ei r rr e |; ,.. o Iti ,n s o n th.- o i :r E ,. e rh a.nn J ill -.i
turn from Key.West. Vic,r records. titn onth pano. Fher..ne hi n p. *.. arriviz vz .ai k onvili' at S
i Pr-ce 1.'cer.ts per liN. lackedin( xes t-njoyae tvein-. and .liss Milihr : ,,- t Th f
o. f lN) and .'.iX. and cartons of 1.tim. a host of f-' n..l herk. v Y., .... ... f ii\ ii o '. i:. i h:'. .la-ks .i-
Distinguished Visitors Frs.le by Indian Rive r Msic Hu.e it to Tit..isv.ic riay h frei, nt. n. ; r t ai at
Among the distinguished foreign- Titu-sville. I the n.-xt miorlinir. Tht-sc trains mak.e
ers visiting St. Augustine this week I Photo Gallery Reopened all stops. an, t .!rot growerss espectal-
were J. K. R. Baron Van Itterson.of Pa.lmhurst Hotel Arrivals 'i II. Fauit. h ::.i.-'. a- vt. arat -, :, .the. at:', tXrei-
Bennebroek, and Mr. Wm. F. Med.r. Fo.r tit- week .'ndi.-g J:,n. .,iIH returned to *.tu. i.:; an-i is n.lowa .-. n,. at n h t i t h,.. r,
of Haarlemmermeer, Holland. Thev A Mi W:ng. S Wright. E D Iee. Gr f'. r all work in that lne at the Tavlr The new expre s. s ,rvie went in<, .f-
are making a tour of the world and T Tyler. W S Beasley,. D N Carinenter. g lary. on Julia stre t. (- rayon. pastel. f,-t e\Vinedav'. the -th, .nd will ,ontir,-
will visit theentire eastcoastof Flor- ;J:cksonville; Mrs J C Rickenbaugh, R prmpt attention and at iowest.v u til othr.- avis
ida before resuming their trip. Ri--kenbaagh. Grand Rapids. Mich: Chas p rom stention low t r ---
King and wife, J C Core and wife. F consistent with good work. Valuable Real state For Sale
Thce New Orange Box HUoop Mertens and wife. B Lusk and wife.
Te New Orange Box Hoop Miss M Beazeli. Miss En.ma King. Flov1 A cool drink at a cool place at Five acres., a..aitiful building site.
Have just received car of the leather Sherrod, King Stock Co: Ed Fitzgerald. MANDY'S. fronting H4. -feet on west bank of f'r
hre paper hoops and can ship from Eau Tallahassee; G S Singleton. Rockledge; famed Indian river. F1- miles stuth of
Galle or Cocoa. Edna Bennett, DeLand; B H Moreland, FOR SALE CHEAP Folt CAS'. Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sallie Ma-
Semd for sample or get a bundle and N Y; J Emory Rush, Fla; EdJ Connell. cnt 88 acres of igw- high land on grader. Box 125. Or!andlo. Fla.
try them. You will not use any other Boston; Dr Chandler P Rose, Daytona; tle east or ocean side of the Indian river .
after using these. Mrs Carrie Harris, Daytona Beach; J R at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot D. Pacignana
EA S CoAs LUIMBER & SUPPLY Co. Miot, Indianola; Wm Bowman. Lake- o tio 5,aso lot No. section Shomaker and repairer al work first
l- and, Frank Wadsworth. Stgnington, 36, n township sontl, range 39 east. class and guaranteedpair. Next door to
A cool drink at a cool place at C E B Arnold, Malabar; RA Conk- Tisland i unimproved but finely o- Carruthers' barber shop. Juiia street,
ling, Tillman Mrs. Wilks, Macon, Ga; ested. Forfnrtherparticlars addreel Titusville.
MANDY'S. CS Ruston, NorfolI, Va; G W Simkin-, E.M. l w. iu e.
% son and wife. Cincilnati; S B Owens, Brockton. Maes.
Nurery Stock for Sale Oak Hill: J K Powell and wife, P Kol- Broco Draying
Ci s stok grown on high pin and wife, Brooklyn; W A Stillev, Wood For Sale l)ravin Er lhaniuin of all kinialsproint-
S grown onPhiladelphia; W H Payne, Columbi Wood For Sale ly attended to. Meets all trains. ?tove
I] RivM NurseriesestaM S C; J A Jordan, Tampa; J H Knowles' Pine or oak. any length. Also plow- wood for sale at all times.
Hbed 1886. Send for catalogue., and wife, E Hilzinger, St Augustine; ing and harrowing. See or address J. Ii. E. H,.r. .N.
Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Mrs Lake B Wells, Detroit, Mich. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. Titus'. ille, Fla.
ing oiacau nau m generaU I run ia 5o
$6. Russets have been bringing $3 to $
according to size. The crop of grape
fruit in Florida this year is two-third
short of last year, consequently it is m
wonderful that the prices are so high.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOE
Post cards. Waffle iron
All wool blankets, $5.00, $7.50
Books, bound and paper cover
Large hanging lamps. Soaps
i Mosquito canopies and cloth
, A prosperous New Year to you all
; CHASE. A. GARDNER, 'Phone
Republican Caucus to be Held
We are requested to announce tiat t
Republican caucus will be held Ml.i....
e-vening. Jan. 1:1th. at 7 'I'. probably at
the office of Dr. J. E. M.hlHer. to select
four delegates from this pre.rinct to at-
teind the iRepubliean count% convention
aitl alsof lour dlvi.-t l-s !t itht lk-publi-
:;t- i (Ca.u t ." <'o r;.'r ...sir;al c .i t n\L ti,,n.
which : tr-- to iT held at ("'4'ea n "'ed-
nesa.l: next. .I:tn .15th. to Ilve.t hivelel
t-gat-' to the I~e-.iuili-an state v
t!,,i atn! also fiur il'-l gates to the Re--
!.'-.uican (-ongrt.ss..onal ,-0niv.T;tio
later to ,. id hei *,: Feb. ;th in St. Au-
*- <* in;. <,:rt-.- linir. e-iii, .-wviriging.
4lim ii-ie.ll -fx 'r'
P'rof. .J. c I-"i-_-lii; .
Tuiti gieni-en liadis. lb.oy.uaii y- ung
m:ssts in cali.-!herics.. .tout gentlemen
reduc.i in v-eigi,. Aiaohoi and witch
hazel rub doiwn;; a specialty. For jlar-
ti-allar., see the protf.ssor.
The Alpine Hotel
fitu.sville, Fla., F. A. Lo)sley, man-
ager. On the European plan furn-
ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRIFFIS.
Taylor Residence Narrow Escape wneaayereuthey ft on the 1:1
The r e of Majr and Mr F. M. Mrs. Ntt Feater, whose return
ay ad a very narrow escape fromfrom Alaama wasnotedin the column
n cosumned by fire Tuesda t-of Tu STAR last week, is spending
n an acty v- few days at LaGrange before leav-
ing gone out, their son. Master u "F14id^ref it ersoie
y gne oat, their an ed them tor e for Mianmi, where ashe will visit her so
irted a candle on the Chrtw-tre Mr. Jerome Feaster. Next isumme
r..AaiinA in a corner of ther af-she may conclude to visit her younge
ter which Prof. Joe Fielding, Mr. Tay- son, Mr. T de G. Feaster, whoisn
ir and WilSon left the room, g o- railroading way up in MinnestITU
wardns the west porch, the professor STAR acknoweey b reeipt of e Lpatsan
having been instructing Wilson in a- an from Mrs. Feaster e fes ay
A crackling noise was directly heard. Florida grapefruit was never soscare
by the party which caused them to re- in the New York market except in asi
turn to the parlor to gee the tree in a off season as at present. There i
mass of flames leaping to the woodenscarcely any good fruit on the market
ceiling, and prices have r a
Prompt action on the part of Prof. There is really but ttle gdstock bM
dliAFhno *_^ Ms-c__ 117:1-- vwitk ---t-:wic ff-Mn *k- b --al ;- *A Wf