The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 17, 1908


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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TIE qu qulty Shoes LATEST HEMS Special Sale at ine's LOCAL GOSSIP

SN etef. te drs md hea it MONDAY, .JAN. W, hB
fl IS hlhllli iena it aM tr hue Which FIm'l Psrgaphmj flggj Fqls ept Lamej' ready made Sirim h rtlll A8b thi Pgpig ef flla-
Da TUel ty' eFwovar dsade their f E i u styl with four folds of A -inch
aseaft GarsmJ Bs r l v aH e tthe BeestifuldisplaySanRmasand Nov- w W0 O pecial 84. Mr. W. H. Cra.e, of City Point,
a P IC. deimad continues to grow. Even a' rn PrAuuc or of chfon p i an Passed through Titnville Tuesday on
sn fterpae te opi rde rd an't W.O. W. Attention! e lleampi triffeta fotA worth A ytoOd . MaLLA. Wl, it. 1Why? Just try onepair. N 141 will have a log rolling o next $8.00, special 6. Coloranavyblue M J. A. Begg expet to leave to
re.l.h om a *i*ar bpmet just .recenivd. Monday evening, January t m and k. mn to spend a coupleof week i
: A ltsit deals o th edolr WINSTONS. BRANNING Little Will Annie Fowler, of Oak ill, Ladies' belts, made of the bestJacksonville.
i to a do~er, buy d Heth5 T][i le, Florid died Wednesday. Funeral service was aty of elastic, bkles oxidie Ha you tried Heath Co. forgre-
& m atsa e de daes bg asesa. Id yeterd afternoon by Rev. Wa. Ig, rd n ri., "Popular prices" theirmotto.
S ar.Be, fr Daytem, un ivheilbe A K Stones, of this plce. Cents each. and pular they are-Lowest prices in
tldiswk adt eaI l g the rsp rt vs Tqtml.a, FL, Jan 15 19. Henry Beneckehes beencarrying the White China silk, 27 inches wide, tn.
ib witwhi Mes@a Pridiled ad Brai- s mail to Arteia several trip the pst good heavy quality, special 9 cents Mr. Winston S. Branning returned
,ii O5fP-lwh av e week for Capt. Fischer, who resumed per yard. home from Miami yesterday afternoon
A party f tori t moaPi Pa- S oe e the service aain yesterday. B good 1 a where has been throughout the trial
-meS0d1- whowolld vote forhim ^ a evtheCry a rtrd P dr guaranteed speei l l1I ofW W B rown ma wit a
b l lg f rip l ong she was andidate.havebeen Heath Co. are giving away iree, a rd.Ter et of W. M. on se h wit hsides
ss bsih i the h Wm ,m considering the situation brought n advertsemet, beautiful pottery, estualityoflonsdale, yard wide, The argumentof counsel on bothsides
Sr. d M avill. about by his delinationto run again uch as tankards, stems, vase, etc., the wholesale price is 15 cents, our in the trial of W. M. Brown, at Miami
M"s. Colns ad two litte s ,for tax collector, d now desire to which they have on exhibition at their price Monday 3 cents only. w completed Wednesday and the
a11w madaleswemttoStAretie name PhilipH. Wrightfortheplae. atore. Navy blue voile, 42 inches wide, chargeof the judge was given to the
Tata booxr Miss Mgg Colln, Wrght i le, honst an The Rabbit's Foot company failed to worth $1.50 per yard, Monday only jury yesterday morning.
hordlMahslflie and weadenttofecer, earrive here on Tuesday, their advertined r d shrk 44 Mr. G. W. Schuylerof dianola, was
SNovelty Store keep b sa DEMOCRATS. date, an itwasrepo tedthat theywere inches wide, worth ts, cial in town Tuesday on his way home from
tiy aylsmelties, post emd jewelry, -- detained i Sanford. The cancellation 19 ents per yard. a weeks' visit with friends at Clifton
S sad toys, 5-emt ald 1-et Oituary of their date here undoubtedly has Good quality white cambric, 36 Having disposed of his property at In-
L M DodMa Mr. F i tained several hunred dolha in the inches wde, special 1i cents per dianola, Mr. Schuyler expects to locate
Wma r. ws edein Matin Carl J t- pockets of the residents of this section yard. in Core n very shortly.
a h Laediasdh i te S eda w orn n the 1t of Jly. ofe utry Ansonia alarm clocks, guaranteed Mr., H .
S- M S e tech lest mday with1 at Net ulr Germany. to keep good time, ens Cdwater
gast iatt herself Miss eh is 1aFour more loomeotives have arrived a and embroideries at a sp- Mich, vice president of the Regal Gas-
a a ae l C.J. Desm'sm.a pupil. When about 17 ye of age, after at St Augustine for the Florida East ial reduction. ol Engine Co., was in TitusvilleMon-
m a a, f ry h o gaduatig from tlhe gymnsium and Coast rilway. Two of these are pas Chiffon veiling, black, white, blue day and Tueday on his return from a
P lmh t, leftyestdayforNewStayr- having had a commercial trainog, sengerengines and two are switch en- and brown, Monday'sspecial 29cents trip to Havana. While here he gave
na da Day tns, but win probably he came to New York, where he en- gines. Twelve locomotives were ord- per yard. THE STAR offie a pleasant cal. He
cw it Tampa ad take charge of teed the army. Afterseveral years ered and of thee eight have arrived. Good heavy quality cotton flannel, wa on0 his way to Texas before return-
Ah hotl of army ervime he held position with They are powerful machines and the bleached and unbleached, special 12 ing home.
Dlr. LV. O ti andGe. liler ad importing houm, then going in bu- entire order reprent an expenditure cent per yard.Mr R Drenn fro Fairbank
i W. Vt. eeO for hime continuing a mer- of over -000. Outing flannel in all colors, includ- M. Ross Dren from Firanks, .
r, at l etibeo, W. Va., arm ex- iesm for himself, continuing as metr- o over 0,00 ing blue, white, pink and red, spec- Alaska a brother of Mr. E. J. A. Dren-
sai t1 amrs1 in Titatrille within the chant for the rest of his days. Mr. ial 12% cents per yard. nen, of the Dummitt grove, arrived
a mt t day Their cauilag yacht is Bergmann died on the 6th of this SMcity of Ducks Ladies' hose, Queen's Own, gaue Wednesday and is here on a visit to
f be laed in redine f or them month at Merritt, fromthe effect of Hunters and the member of the Ca- lisle, put u three air in a box, the the latter. He was attentively lis-
ateways of theTituvilleBoatCo. a evere fall he had on January 1st. veral club remark about the scarcity three pair for 1. tenedto by the tourists and pleasure-
of the ducks at this prt of the season. Mail ordes promptly filled on any eker stopping at Palmhurt while
potat Sale of Re E te His remains were laid to rest in the t s ot to wner at W the of the above goods. relating his adventures in the extreme
Mr. C. J. Denham puchased last Indianola cemetery. Peace to his ducks came down the firstof the season JUUs KLIN, Titusville. north on Wednesday evening.
wek the Nelson place in South Titua- it was a continuous fire at them all day A handsome racing motor boat ar-
vile formerly occupied by Mr. Lo- Card of Thank an aall nighton moonlight nights. That Athletic Eercises rived in Daytona last week en route for
id, Jr. T6 plae is situated be- We wish to thank all our kind friends was enough to drive them away. They PresidentRooaevelt, the greatest man the Palm Beach races, owned by Mr.
twen Capt. Nelson' home and Mrs. on both sides of the river for their kind have gone to other feeding grounds to living today. praisesvery highly all ath- F. B. Baselin, a wealthy lumber mer-
Mathes' ridene. Mr. andMr. De- sympathy and help during our recent spend the winter. If Florida does not letics. He is a veryscientilicboxer and chant of the Adirondacks. The boat is
Seam pect to occupy their new home amiction. To D r provide law to protect the ducks, wrestler and states that Jiu Jitsu, thej 36 feet over all, 4 feet extreme beam,
by the lt of the coming month ad Hughlett, Rev. P. J. Robottom. an e there'll be no ducks here in seaon. Japanese system of self defense, (that with removable au to p, and is fitted
a to be c ngratulated upon their in- Msons nd our kind friends we extend I teach) ought to be taught to women, with a 6 cylinder 7 horse power Ster-
vetment ia one of the finest properties our heartfelt thanks. Indian River Hotel Arrivals as well as men. Boxing and wrestling ling otor. She surely ought to g, at
hi towa-their dwelling having a fine MRS. F. BERGMANN. For the w*xk tndiug Jan. hb. protects your life against knife, gun, least =i miiles an hour.
rivefre t and being fitted with all Ma. and Mss, A. C. STOu. F P ZiS. (ak Hill; A H King. Dr ax or club. Mr. G. F. Duren sustaini a bad cut
eadern improvements. A W Terrell. J A de Curaden. MR It is well known thatlfuught Chris ",n his right kn-e lat Saturday which
Palmhurt Hotel Arrivals Fuerson. Jacksonville; J CArthur. Tn- Grabe, a sturdy lisherman weighinm_ I,, la f cin, l hn ti his bed ul, to thi,
llhurstpa: C F Eaton Lake Cit, L A King.
Church Notes aFor the w.k ed Jan. th J NSelv i C il iamKg Ibs. He us5 an ax and ahatchet tod,le- i da. 1, wa cutting a piece u meat
NF,, the wet-k etois im. Ott' W Mooe. IN .Stsly. Williatnasea.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun- ChandlerP RIose. tonaBeashA J Kv: F Smith. Meinphi.s Tenn: LT fed himself. I took naturesa weain.s ~ ,sn the knife rlill and struck him
day at LaGrange at 11 a m., andat Ti- Hamill, Jr. Americru, Ga; O Riddert.I R ;klege; C'H BOie antwife. I'myl;ist and mytarly bolboodlcin. it tI 1r. cutting lt ary to he kni oee
kteilbt at? p. a Tampa; AG Shaver and wife. Bellaire,. I hitladlphia; John Henr CIty; HD sto d in gxl steadi. I casily dleated inut. The tc i- s t, a more seriots na
Rev. Iobe will preach at the Presby- ; R Greiner and wife, Bellaire, O;Gc" N.e- YRo It1 S ruto i Ptr. A R fh c him. tl ;ilanl at us it thoulght, as the Ie,
tria cherch Sunday at 7 p. m. Sun- LAtkinsaLonis.ille'; E Ky;e.aMr I Pitts.ur: Born stein. 1ittsburg E l T.. t, be tl, laughit l[ u xint wri. t ,- a--.,, h,.ld a ptr- ndiulau
day hool at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Ferry, Ohio; Peter C Gallnayer. New l ain wiL ic. C Mhic a o,: p r S ,and MrT rhe '-t i hil e o ':, u If i !. I Mr. lu
and praymeeting Tuesday afternoon at York; G C Bryan, Jacksonville; Cs E L pa I Allen vst T i r tT r. Sal afd..pmn. t., tT I Mr. a aIln-ritn slt it h
So'lock. Saunders. Indiana: AaW Elliot. Atlant.a: T M v orm It s ,rth a folt... t.. a. frai t ,,r thtt... I a ;,IarK
W King. Boasto; J Custer. Newark. vDae ..l..a. ttk.nbg oh yu
Weare runested to announce that WJ;J Kid e on. Duasia. li rh: lE ot M Mor Murray. Iayolna. 'g youth and hrti gsfrthmanyranu y ual-
the time for holding the Sunday school Cloe and wife. ChigSP hncarria FI Ni IRY G h,.1 ; l l F l
of St Gabriels Episcopal church has Winter Park; Mr and Mrs PL hit.r. Death of \alter Robbins G(rahamn i:' t it .-s ent a a 1 ati.. 1 andi in A\ -
beenhanged fromthe afternoon to Chicago; J Parish. Bowlin !:: -,.:,
o'lock a. m Thi takes efect next iShe"pp Wright, J" s. :V-ial -.: l ut
ler, Suwanee. S C; Roos Itrten.o vair- t'ccn lar t1 iot,l 'ic t a; n i n ci'tt- i-t t I.o. heItr I u-h ID.r... :,tdai d:cil-
Sunday, the 19th inst. banks. Alaska; H IM C la-ktv. Par-r u- t, r -r antsr', 1,* Ils t. tM:ar heasltcn -- cia- l,,i ti, a-k.s Mn
l ai Mrs John Thomnson, Ls An, t.s l o S. (rahn:!.. I iaml. ic WiSn- tharathklticxe, i,. rllr 'l ct' I; .. ,;ri
Photo Gallery Reopened Cal:J A De.tfr. Atl-.ta; EM .ti,. i. d.;c], I. r inig 4l|[. ti i '-,ing aftt'r I.ali tauht cal r-t-i, i. I
s etout t NIS u Stout. i LI.e; an.illnvt si tI ~i- hthletic Club
Mr. H. Faust, the photogeapher, hclras Iileilie. io ' + ++. ,|i
returnedtoTitusville andsnowreadIl Ktblin a< la: ill (i.dav ,
or ll work in tlhat line at the TaylIr I t i t v-dla tl s ows 1
g l nJ u l troe Cravt n, la tote l. tVictor "V ictrola" N eedles of la-I t ,. . '! i, l. att ttt a r-s ",tlher r ,'. -, t;- ,
water cols and oil paintgs given These nw- neelle hate juit bi i'le g "o the fa -"'i t |l- ky a-- [ t'rof, tJll e-i.
opt attention and at lowest prices brought out packed in convenient and sumning an alaringi nature. The For Sale ri in I in t ti ;l sac, t. 0
cotsisent With good work. alttractive parliges. -hetf mbet i ttal sttmrion anil tAill 5 cail '- in r ti'.:,l;'- -tot -t.lnrttt
WTheysee theresltaofd eteinmtio f "lL 15 ,pairs Berkshir e. a] .ler-, pi.; at u tin AltoI uaitch
The Alpine Hotel on the part of the Vitor ci, pan.v tno w ilt l e nIl. i t -hea si-rnteon-;g pr ]atr. ifl a a. a, ,h i at ialc t fr tii ,at
Titmville, Fla. F. A. ILoley, man- Prlunce a neodlv that is o:ts i he tile t-ol ll-a wrse niu aw, ot r kshi o "* i '
er.On the European plan- furn- is ithout e.Thitn pathe yun t T mp of ine diti n. Addl A ik t a c .
tiauyr;om d ... "- v, th lers needlef. fAr Y K. R. A,,o,,'a
l oaed roomsa nd quick lunch. Cen- playine Victor records. :nly frienlin Titu.-ville is rxtended . ARnt t IY'.
tnall located. I The proes steelof even temper and t,, the bereaved Graham famil. who M.aabar. Fla.
S finish. susisintheomanufacureof \icetor -s sl IFor Salt
A cool drink at a cool place at I 'Victrol needles, is the product of a vre residlnti of this place nsme ten Valuable Real Estate For Sale o or Sl
MANDY'S. metallurgist whose factorvy recognized years ago. Pic ,,r oak. aaei liesnth. Al.", pt-.
as makers of the world's highest grade Five acrs, bautiful building sit. iln harrowng. Sn ir adi t.-'
NuIrsry k for S steel, and was adopted only after ery Special Cut Prices fronting I. feet on tI t bank of far N. launis.. Titu.iilc. la.
Nuery SO lor t [| knowntest as sedto prove t on-u nt d Indian rivcr. l' miles south of
Citrus tM k grown on hih pine formed perfectly in evert particular to IN KLINE.S t LOTHING DEPARTMENT Rock Idlge. Addrc, Mis Sal!ie Ma- Orange and Grapefruit Trees
hg.h In Ln Rive Nntacrh, tfb- the requnements of Victor reords -. grudrr. Box 1'. Orlando. Fla.
sihed 13 Sc'd for- The ictor "Victrola" needleisabso- The price of our clothing will be to.i at Shi.,h. Ha. ,n hign
TUised etdWaR emS o cata l ely tlhe brst nesdlin the workl. cut down almost one-half. And w D Pacignana hic,-ry hanmmiik F r.-e frm wnit.
emc t a r iYou may pay more for needlles but have a mighty fine assortment vet. "fl. tl e ear to two year old buls
i o ar n A ot for a better needle. We can fit you andr suit you. c Shoemakk anl ir:r all air'<-[. s l'ri.- k ;i t.,, -n <-lr Ca,`efuil
IOBU 5 r5r5.o5 0.5 The Victor *Victrol neelle should lass and guaranted. Next lour to ,,c.c a,,-l ,l,.!t-hrtle at (ak Hil
AlsatUaesIes f lmad on lybe used on To use it. or n Th Mw ran R Bx n uth barbl shop, Jlia srt .stre J. (KIFIs,
th aorem aideol Itdianlrivrothr n Ile for playing more than The New Onge Box Hoop Titusi. h Fl
S timasws.e drtibed asollows: Lot I one record, will result eventually in the Have just received car of the leather
3, seedi 3a, ale lot o. eetion destruction of your entire collection of fibre paper hoops and canship from Eau Draying Land for a
1SiatwaMhir1 no th, range 31 eat. Victor records. Gallie or Cocoa. Ilraing ir hatnliitl ofail kindsprtnnl.t-
iA lead a l allppnved but Bnely l0- Price llentaper l1. Packedinboxes Send for sample orget a bundle and vl attellded to. M.I-el asli tailt. sla.t E v I"a I-'t I ti
a e. Forfl rerpriclamaddmle of 20 and 5. and cartons of l.OI. tny them. You will not use any other wood f r sale atl l l Hs. t I"
E. M. Low. Forsale by ndian River Music House, after using these. I E .,r.. et h ,,- I.. P.l r'.
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Ma Now Ya ro N e.. Escaped the Terrors of
ofb aseg, infored bytin Florid a .ww
.WeDt -a ..e of t.. t is Many Winters By
in VWe ee onitinthm ad that am.
A w.a.sodruUsing Pe-ru-na.
-go',a r ,; athe bt the qualityf fuita.
S,. ing there leaves much to be des ed. Ii td w
IA good portion of it is rotte. Of- A nssa a*e1, Iack sm
tentm teway etimatee atim the themrketdeaddull. Theretseems ov nst a t reat many thitag by as-
S be made upo him.," That 'wml tobe odemmd fortheFloridafrlt. lIAttrrbule say tim...a. hiS I hIns" as o m.
a- to come very ear to covering As an evidme of the poor quality Ex e Oldo e n l h the
the We. of aa good dealm of the fruit, the board d n d (a s'5
ao f ebe" was comopelled this weak to Alge 1o Ike Use nmtr m 1
In lthe matter of the preidential seine a lot of fruit after it had been dm d d c~/. to tI ~ae w th.
---inoe of the Washington soldatauction. Onelotof 20bos es slowts chFsslmeall nmawte of
ca nespondts think doat they have wai repacked and resorted and itwas the U.had St eae l.mat
dateW & significant cooperalion only posible to get 100boxesoffair- -1 lmie always been a Very nealeat
et nso p rert and Vwene e-Preeo- ly good fruit out of these. Thefruit Pam, oe ab he th
dat Pairbanksml the supportersof showing a good portion of decay has thes whmh aes dan to e uddects.
Speaerma amdt. is would t be ben sold at a range of 80e. to $1.S0, As for Dr. Hlartm ,
Both candidate need while faney fruit has not been bring- P ., lI have std ito be the
ingover $1.40to $2 Indian River qstif tet the o r aleemedy
_______ oranges, when fancy, will bring i E tshae anfctons. it Itas bse
to $2.75, and what fine pineapple or- saystnadbyfr yycars, and l
R ran anges there are sell for $3.25 tie top. afltrihte my good health and ex*
Spublic ontm ttee There are only few of thee and a ea aold W to this ramedy.
of Hilleboru l counhty, one of the good portion of the crop had been t exattly meets sll my requir-
me prm inent Repoblien in Flor- shipped. mets It proteetme from th eviit-
id ad wel known in mont parts of The Florida growers havecertainly t, ; it kep my blood in good ir-
the ate, took oceaeion at therecent had a black eye there so far as their otasues. I have come to rely upo |it
Sepublicanconvention in Tampato oranges areeoneerned this season. amost entirely for the many little
hand out a red-hot roast to the fed- The growers had high ideas as to things. for which sI need medlistne.
seal ofiee holders all over the state what their fruit should bring. A let- ena to sak the ir appearsnce ia thi.
who are trying to perpetuate their ter was received by a dealer there country w. sffarer from this dis-
hdupotheoe, after which he from Orlando in which the shipper *.
ot on ha nde ar he o wanted to sell some fruit for $1.80 a ,I had sveral loag sege with
put o h h and ho f.o.. That is more than the the grp. At first I did not know
nthe hall. It isn goerally eside red fruit would bring there on the pres- tat Pe-n- was a remedy for
the leading inducement for being an entmarket. Receivers look for no fis disese. W epidemic ct arr
active Republican in Florida is to be improvement. They do not believe I t for is grippe and
eligidle for federal office. This be- that there will be any tunime this sea- Aued it to he just the thing."
ing clear, why should Colonel Gunby son when the general run of Florida an later letter. Mr. Brock writes:

expect those who have secured a oranges will bring much over $2. At .I am we and eeling Se weii asgoo o pl I&o
good siteeg pll with their party be thepripes at which thefruithas been o*efor years. I wouldnobowithout
willing to turn loose the same with- selling this week there is practically PM 'Tours truly,
out a s'truggle? nothing left for the grower. The Mr. 111 1011 ca
outsetrule? freight by steamer averages 52 to 60 u8o"U 1 em s 0 Bi - e

In eommenting on the publishing ured in there is very little, if any- Fall' eighteen uml we of W o. but a 32preits leat M. Bro by eswie, arh J. s,
of liquor advertisements the Wash- thing, left for the grower. Onedeal- Mill wih hi. o -law at Vaney aae as cerau LAWt winter I had lst gn
inglon County (Fla.) Verdict says: erwho has just got back from Flor- ometime ago,by reques'nr ellsae Veern farw. upoatof spellof sckess, whe
"We note that one of the newpapers ida says that it is his honest belief came to Waeo and vat for his picturs. Always cAmaer the 5 think It M I mprove, d ealth vPera I
in the emunty now carries liquor ad- that there are over 1,000,000 boxes holding in his hand a stick out from the PA rist.
ertisements turneddown byrother oforanges leftin thestate. What gra- ofeCerall Andrew Jackesa. Woinald u a M he am m tuch."
t th. Brock is a dignoiied old tenleman., o lI .s .-cript, M- Brock dd.: -,He
lpapeindry territory. TheVerdict ngtobeomeoftheseisaques- tefoweewsitnsodad eri ne. gotBtilngr ir-n ll./ @d,= r ofc d, ry
htut d down *d n of.hb ion that he says will be hard to de- iisrmitylniisotiliprsetldnd reaey at t ag eor hat shoSt what Pern willdsi no net
advertngof termines it shows tha the dte of his birth waOs treIes. rnwer them ill, au I think they can
character which would payit $90 per written 119 -aI&I ts bottle = an" ttr -
month by the year, during the past Progress on the Extension
thirtydays. Thepeopleof Washing The progressof thework on the Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1908
toun county, by a majority vote, say Key West extension of the F. E. C. -
that no liquor shall be sold in the R'y. trom Long key to Knights key, It is said the united Democracy may \
county. We contend that neither from which point the P. & O. S. S. win. We hope victory does not depend
the Verdict nor any other paper pub- line expect to operate their Key West entirely on haremsy in our ranks.
linhed in dry territory has the legal and Havana steamers at an early Al the WorldT
or moral right to act in the capacity date, is proving most satisfactory A U, thie 's noilnd
of soliciting agent for mail order trains from the mainland will be in si a'i, fi- rdls-o-ilso s ,,A ii',
whikey dealers by publishing their operation to Knights key. Of this i l l i i Dt, ,F E R T IL IZ E R S ,
ads. at any okl price. So we turned work the Key West Citizen says: has cod alIiri' no, l.iniiit isn So
ours down, and "we need the mon- "Reports from Knights key say higpr.. ltit o d B atid Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets And see
cy" too. Several papers in dry towns that the railroad work is progressing boltir tSIc tiii cld TI Oilld ihar from the reports there made what good reolt A
throughout the state are running nicely and it is confidently expected mny were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this
these ads. and it is about time the that the first paossnger train will year notwithstanding the terrible d routh. It con-
legality of it was questioned. come through by the 25th. 0ro A. STEWART lotsofvaluadleinformation. Applyto
"Never in the history of railroad E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
Homicides and Prohibition a, tru to has thre n sh. a FIR E o Paxton Rockledge
ruJia.isnowon. Eves the laborers J.M. Sanders, Cocoa
What effect is prohibition going to feel that they must help make good A. T. Patilo,
have on crimes of violence? This I. the promi-e of the enginers and not insurance! S. nu nn, sterrit
a pertinent question in view of tht a moment is l-t.
many homicides that are charged to "Each day the rsulits are greater TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville
the account of intoxicants. than the day hefore and gradually
It is believed that whiskey has the gap is leing lcsst-ned. I represent some of the leading
much to do with the number of hom- "The compiletion of this work companies of the world and any
icides, and there is no doubt that the meano adaly mail for ey Wet, co aies te wl en any,.... .
and it swill Ahorten the trip t,,Jock- business entrusted to me will re-...
belief is well fonded. Why then is sonville fully tele hours. ceive prompt andcareful attention ,Mai Ordersfo
it that there are so many homicides ".lesides, we will know when this Mal for
in prohibition counties? The reason is completed what the prospects are OBBINs
is that in those counties men buy in- for the inimethiate construction of R B I
toxicants by the jugfull, and, having the road to Key West." RA HAM
a quantity, they drink themselves in- i
to intoxication sooner and oftener A Record Breaker Co
than where they can get them by the It is said that the greatest and quick- (lcorporeed. Paid qo Cqpita025 .000.t
drink. est pemnen advertisiang succeson Thiseoro n o ans are given special attention by
nik ood is that of Cescnrets, candy In- it the ltiss Risec to i ln
heonly mnmedy in sight for tth artie. which have been persistentoly .. nth o THE H. & W B. DREW CO.
condition of affairs is to prevent in- advertised in every way, but chifly in at N'e Riv,,. .,ot or BirO
toxicants from being shipped into the newspapers for about ten years In ayne Bavy. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
prohihtion states or prohibition that time the site of Cascarets has
counties. o grown i tom nthing to overne miion PRICEIN TO SUIT THE TIIEN who carry a large and varied stock
eboxes a month. This wonderful record deadftolseodllist.
remedy? Itwouldbeeffectiveifin- is the result of great merit sueeefully rICoSAT... Leather
toxicants could be kept out. but is it made known. Those who tried Caca- Gift Books. Pictures, Leather Goods
po'iblebymewaoflawtokeepthem rets aa direct rsult of advertising, TITUSTILLE ww MIAMI. Fancy Goods of all kinds
out Thatquestioncanbeanswered were plemed and reommendedthea WANTED--st hamlndas s d burlap: inds
tirle to their friends, util its famewa uy kind;y qtity; vhe w y -
omr by giving such a law a trial. spread to become utniversal. ah ciDo o t.,ai,,bsoodVe' 2 j 5, 7.,. ---Jj>,.

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aign ei inip moeaio IAaV The coIrespodeat c. the
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m t';originated with Cemmsm I W.e
Oftod Dre pe~ hr te of t berry.i o th ck eonrt d hoe lid his
scntrc momof the hys W `M M 041M flma before te ast hoar with c/
hAt the et there appear to be eoe than bo the orsdered enoh ol the
Se med or ra Whether it tLa otto A. b ad o r e d on e ise of
Ongroundby teat of the j liaread.Tey am bl

S oe o the M w NoR Yic Pts orh oet bY we r oor awode The
Se ite demn d tt os e rounded, a lopg s des, a
tart a bt tis tlie of the The New York Picker o turd a that tile hees of waon It sid or a
much Inior ruit that cld rler roet
r a t, at Ikely bot the followRIDA PRO CTS bot Iloridthr a theomobe cds by a mout os df
At thMres e natbte to tthe e e Newa York e rket: dem as f eot id ar ilre thoU y g

aw. al s ts. TO ad to thilsliUctiv The holiday season with Ito asul the ideal war would be to have a don fiS r
m' tre is ohed f dorags. hether it l ao esnd its usual t latsin B the at le trl The exper hentel mile of
S rior aIt Thl i pecill ne in prics aprently over ooe d ut behgy cot ted a milee outhe
Sh a ll telll l h t o1 m n ke Inw York Pa ser. ad othe Orhuldo clty imlts on thd e l id ea,

r h use to be slow air deman d th e usuaatl aadvtae price the to Apopk. People lateareted la the $''
f tStarts at Lt, butt IH t i olme a t he New Yret the re ere Satrday d rohatd problem from oall or the
year ar eTe. Vs Iute lriklt t hs the following to sa asroud. Fi od tOmO re atne hng thila eerient o

om tn r e to the sl es that is r Ter was quite New rk market: wth irem t iaterest, nid If It se s
unDor b T oe reT pect hi FlTore ld fit sson wthe i uuket no te dce afl, a now a eem likely, t o w be --
S re of i t orwb o f whch showed anyi etltraoiglar but the begnninT g of many miles of
sidrinr the To. ld .t ectniosp rc ll n l ieintrees arl a theetly over simoo l road to be c onatructed a mile oot
Uotc i. the Florida &MeMMg. the orange msarket. tn fact, instead Of the Orlando city limits on the mai

hel s em aIr to I So dme o lf o th e 2 u to 35 adan e In t the s the t eo A ntry. Peoe Interste in t
or thei r osal faoy s t o $t t.75 I of last weekstl met s the avere o od lrohem n a over them

7'Grperit enerlly ilowed the Porto Rico fruitow t also showed s de lt not srem tcrily one of perfect form and
Sefe basm Fe e oa fm r Ther o 20 c ents pIer sprir on l ith great ters d I f It io
So te rtsck Flor eda tfruil l They are tnow mendtg or-e pe atesf a re qs liliely tit ill hbe
The you f Florida Orange, of which showed any extraorditnary hoot the beginning of masy mIles of

brg the wea sold r 2 to U andil q ity. Pres drfrom te motaioswek we seti o l ord a tne; co etr eyesd cl over
o il f rom "e 81. o of Por2 to 3 lower than ths at generls rulthe dcottly. ND

t ty.fancy hong o rlm mftod $2d t o A5 tl weeky s ctia om n aes, the avere

and e asn from n .10 to l0nge. aacUion drg the week and mle c ngy, 0WC
Ge a orait geanerlly showed the Pr f Florida reen sto, on thwed a de laa t shipnt of veetae TITUf VILLE, FLA. d
Mile busy stea w o The all frit They oo war seeding or. -e those core qualiti that all the

ioaested yu sai d a2 to $4ide the the whfromle, he not been sr heavn d as omposed ot a eolid eyesa, is
1 whePorto HIM and as a general rute ntlishia Od thaeo igbttosa P For sale by the

Swoal nlola s t pr-e i*ed thra u an wate some of taeti as mp iood hean t
up to hyheentol d A ploiclly weak woman L c at,

St me o Prt mor I at withodut e xception a r g ar load ceoistng ewso to moes bN RIV

h 'e U m a all 1 te ol a. -hver gober qua nw y eClnrf t etc., all grown near this City
oi e said de r in to e _e epnsing week ah ompeetioe tat Is being met woit In er i t t

a i. ot this was exceptionat Aout 10and wet to Jacksoe ille MUSIC H
no from 1 to 1115. &ell= during t n he i r rly vegetab ls hch t r
lThe receipts the different kinds werte gene rally ing m 1.05 to b11.25 i Ial
The lrgest shipment of eegeta-dlvr TITUSVILLE, FLA.r
Ai eorida t ma les du prieng the weak tcesie, "ou o trkidte. g re storgn0 Ibits. jaudon en.t lat Wednesday sight

aoeet ned light .d cos derlgt the t ihe whole, hae not VICTORry
2 tonditious thapt re ed throh- san d whle somel od the vegetables have sand wo composed of solid o pris
a t e ncar load osisting of tomacs bea
t o t eryr troin a Prices wte The rl fao e ba vee g utty ti lo all rown near this eity
i Obtained w .... tvry good.a l"e o th*I s likely is t YThe bThe e iar cried almot .00 R rd thcrat

cfes nam mi the e.. c pio. o ...ieoItio s that is bing met with.,,, .is. 1 t ..

re s end astwg od ealstymetre ay i e Ne rle as early vegetables which Ind wet to JaIksonlile. Ihere I h ,
wIst Hoe the omarket ns prices won t not ecesie, qants tis. Trading Is a olid. carload of tomtoes to

Srw rd pinalilmo: rather slow during the IeO
atoi i ere very onree d aerae e w lr, |soidecngot every c ityan.- t.a I t ,,e ,-
*ey than lsd t wek1. ad the dem3 a nd wa k.t Coa e o ti t Bloodr r Skin XT Cancr C1t0"

a we nty hnd wthe. I rycliberl quanrtit, r B kood P1M ;.
Se a n w It irres l t a a nd tvele mrem taor wo e rer eac ianr e p ll, ; ,e c err. ; ll and

t o 40 to 0 Pet d erve rat theosr ,11 ws.ritia f letteO ,no t he marh I, y- blood iioslIh
S.eak a t i dg n gming vrym l to duri .he eek ht. b htd t 0ho ellof n r-,r o-;t | Records sold by the
not move ver p Titlfr I.F
r | or o the r ip.s at e to be 1 Io $2; some fe -rrn dt ngeroui. malad

C ucu m iberso were. th e scarce and 00.04 ....I ro oth el d s od r ....i o- ot ye. ra rt"o \

as hirh as m poorer ran o, r.high. ad wen p toor a wilted rhsn t rrl I tr I
SOo N in ueos were very oraree sod 500 Ir rt h SonRtDt
when showring goad (,nalty met ready tower Romain e appeared Io he org slie diers-, take SIt L U S MIS FOURID

el HI owever, the of igso tis. i,,I,l. at prirs a nig from $1 to $ta. 1d. --M-S l.d i'l"n d 1 l
cl. wery vew seortl led ateragl isy- so ld fsn rlort. stil the n- I nit e, ttle
a w ver so vesd H e Tr. I -.,il l P e- -an. i.,
3: to $2.25. Eggtf pla were nostl e ,, whi 7 hih ,,bee B. 1 ho,,y g."er t i. l l I
p f n. al Ia.1 f ' .z' .. .i t 1n',:' r" '

weak at f.giires atging from I t. to !r ... i| t- it -, 1, sort ; i. a .,'
'13.60. Very few tlolt re" i ad r n ,TIME IS MONEY s '
,,sot Of the rereipts r have lo in ripen St - ll B05 dl . a `1 a d

I b efore sale; the r m o- D r the bill ad for f l ,i. I '
1.1 0 to $2.50. Pas we cr i,,, a gs .... a ket the ... moo to -iL i..t : n e .. .. .. .

__SfCI 3l Osro'txtte r ,rtSotrI ,- ss +. h, :..o ... ... i) {

.. ...........,..r,,.. ... Baard So-m f Liniment hg $25 o

C. oh.or ..

Z.4BB N 9 the Stnldard Sewing Machine Sold and Recommende by
1-14ssldy e IndianR t llo hab naoy Va;,.
Mus.i c aolser Tiuv i (11Osrioe Orl St ,- tr t
is pli- t,

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- Jtatos qsseltes l.loiqeg NSqt for tl~s (qoo4 of (Ot~ess AlsO.

M lTf u'luJc. D&

.iy.WHa, after a pleMent

& Ca. a we dol by gmod smo
Mr. Rs ftm Daytonams, arrived-hre
tivehwk a d is esJaing the sport of
ltnh with Messrs. Pridle and lram--

A party O tourists stppings at Paln-
Ann left tis m erg for a trip to the
Meam beetn in the lanch Wmaunita, in
of Mr. Mandaville.
MNra C. Cois and two little sOes,
W wia andMazie went to St. Angustine
e Tnaday, where Miss Maggie CollS,
her -1 fter, is ill.
The N elty Store keeps books, sta-
t- n ove, a-lties, post cards, jewelry.
.. a id toys, 5-cent and 10-cent
I ni Lt 1. M. Dodson.
SiMss Lea lsldey played the organ at
'nt ai eblrch last Siouay with
-* geat mcret to herself MiMs Leah is
u M tMms. C. J. Denham'saumic pupils.
M aB art, eny m char of
j Palmnrst, left yesterday for New Smyr-
* aS and Daytona, but wig probably lo-
eate n Tampa and take charge of the
Alamnis heteL
Dr. L. V.Outhrle and Gem. Miller and
otyf, of H-tingte, W. Va., are ex-
ca- to anriy Tituville within the
net t days. Their cruising yacht is
w being placed in readiness for them
at the ways of the Titusville Boat Co.
Important Sale of Real Estate
Mr. C. J. Denham purchased last
week the Nelson place in South Titus-
viBe, formerly occupied by Mr. J. Lor-
fllard, Jr. This place is situated be-
tween Capt. Nelson's home and Mrs.
Mather,' reidence. Mr. and Mrs. Den-
banm expect to occupy their new home
by the lrat of the coming month and
are to be congratulated upon their in-
vestment in one of the finest properties
in town-their dwelling having a fine
river froeat and being fitted with all
a9dern improvements.

Church Notes
Rev. Win. Stones will preach on Sun-
day at LaGrange at 11 a. m.. and at Ti-
tosvifle at 7 p. m.
Rev. lobe will preach at the Presby-
tarian church Sunday at 7 p. m. Sun-
day school at 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
and praymeeting Tuesday afternoon at
8 o'clock.
We are requested to announce that
the time for holding the Sunday school
of St. Gabriels Episcopal church has
been changed from the afternoon to 10
o'clock a. m. This takes effect next
Sunday, the 19th inst.

Photo Gallery Reopened
Mr. H. Faust, the photographer, has
returned to Titusville and is now ready
for all work in that line at the Taylor
gallery, on Julia street. Crayon, pastel.
water colors and oil paintings given
prompt attention and at lowest prices
consistent with good work.
The Alpine Hotel
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
aer. On the European plan- furn-
ied rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
trally located.
A cool drink at a cool place at
Nursery Stock for SaMle
Citrus stock grown on high pine
land. Indian River Nurseries, estab-
lished 1886. Send for catalogue.
Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla.
was mais csaru P worn cass..
Am t S aeses of good high land uu

the em or oceae side of Ihe Indian river
as the Nans, described as follows: Lot
No. 3, scdam 3, also lot No. 9, section
1, in township 31 eooth, range 39 east.
This lead unimnprmwd but finely lo-
d- VForfu other articulareaddreme
E. M. Low.
Brocktou. Marse.

a nQuiity Shoes
You know i ln's adae, "You
eCman't fool all the people all the time.
eta.". Everybody h heard it
beies it. And tistrue. Which[
in d4i.e..n proof for een Quali-
ty" aoes. For over a de their
sales have far m fredd those of
all other women's shom. Yet the
demand continues to grow. Even
the 10,000psir mde every day can't
pply it. Why? Just try one pair.
L e shipment just reed.
T v Florida.

TrrusILLX, FLA., Jan. 15, 1908.
UirerfTatn k iamua 8rA
Some of us, who have been Hall
men and who would vote for him as
long as he was a vndiAbt, have been
considering the situation brought
about by his delin*ion to run again
for tax collector, and now desire to
name Philip H. Wright for the place.
Young Wright is capable, honest and
attentive to the people and will make
a safe and efficient officer.

Mr. Frederick Martin Carl Berg-
mann was born on the 19th of July,
1844, at Netzlar, Germany.
When about 17 years of age, after
graduating from the .ymnamiu.u. and
having had a commercial training,
he came to New York, where he en-
tered the army. After several years
of army service he held positions with
importing house then going in bus-
iness for himself, cow,'inaing as mer-
chant for the rest of his days. Mr.
Bergmann died on the 6th of this
month at Merritt, from the effects of
a severe fall he had on January 1st.
His remains were laid to rest in the
Indianola cemetery. Peace to his
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank all our kind friends
on both sides of the river for their kind
sympathy and help during our recent
affliction. To Dr. Schofield and Dr.
Hughlett, Rev. P. J. Robottom, all the
Masons and our kind friends we extend
our heartfelt thanks.
MR. and MRas A. C. STORM.

Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals
For the week ending Jan. 9th
Chandler P Rose, Daytona Beach; A J
Hamill, Jr, Americus, Ga; R 0 Ridder.
Tampa; A G Shaver and wife. Bellaire,
0; R Greiner and wife, Bellaire, 0; Geo
L Atkins, Lonisville, Ky; C E LaBreqe.
Boston, Mass; E J A Drennan, Martins
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MoNDAY, JAN. 2, 1908.
in l PHngn M te P i th Ladies'ready made skirts, made 30 Ua t the lof ( TRu.
Of d tay of voile, new spinT m*a mo
Tra iim h a 1o4 od r st y wthforCfldCo
Beautifuldisplay S- wr-J- and Nov- taffeta, worth $8.50 specialS.49. Mr. W. H. Creason, of City Point,
ELT-I l TiuspVALa Py a mSAc. Ladies' skirts inl up of an ex- smd thigh Titeavile Tuesday c
..U. .. .. PA cellent quality of chiffon panama, big way to Or aLo .y
W. 0. W. Attention! Titisville Camp trimmed in silk taffeta folds, worth wy to
No. 141 will have a log rolling on next $8.00, special $&.49. Colors navy blue Mrs. J. A. Begg expects to leave to.
Monday evening, January 20th. and black, morrow to spend a couple of weeks in
Little Will Anms Fowler, of Oak Hl I Ladies' belts, made of the best Jacksonville.
died Wednesday. Funeral service was quality of elastic, bukles oxidized Have you tried Heath & Co. for gro-
held yesterday afternoon by Rev. Win. b leo o0 opi series. "Popular prices" is their motto,
Stones, of this place. blue, worth $1.00, Monday's special and popular they are-Lowest prices in
69 cents each.
Henry Beneeke has been carrying the White China silk, 27 inches wide, town.
mail to Artesia several trips the past good heavy quality, special 59 cents Mr. Winston S. Branning returned
week for Capt. Fischer, who resumed per yard. home from Miami y-teaday afternoon
the service again yesterday. Black taffeta, good heavy quality where he has been throughout the trial
Heath Co. are giving away free, as every yard guaranteed, special of W. M. Brown as a witness.
per yard.
an advertisement, beautiful pottery, Best quality of lonsdale, yard wide, The argument of counsel on both sides
such as tankards, stems, vases, etc., the wholesale price is 15 cents, our in the trial of W. M. Brown, at Miami,
which they have on exhibition at their price Monday 13 cents only. was completed Wednesday and the
store. Navy blue voile, 42 inches wide, charge of the judge was given to the
The Rabbit's Foot company failed to worth $1.50 per yard, Monday only jury yesterday morning.
99 cents per yard.
arrive here on Tuesday, their advertised indian Head, already shrunk, 44 Mr. G. W. Schuyler of Indianola, was
date, and it was reported that they were inches wide, worth 25 cents, special in town Tuesday on his way home from
detained in Sanford. The 'nellation 19 cents per yard. a weeks' visit with friends at Clifton.
of their date here undoubtedly has re- Good quality white cambric, 36 Having disposed of his property at In-
tained several hundred dollars in the inches wide, special 12M cents per dianola, Mr. Schuyler expects to locate
pockets of the residents of this section yard. in Cocoa very shortly.
of country. Ansonia oodlarm clock guarant eed Mr. H. D. Robinson, of Coldwater,
Four more locomotives have arrived to keep good time, 96 identspeach.- Mich., vice president of the Regal Gas-
Laeces and embroideries at aspec-
at St. Augustine for the Florida East ial reduction. oline Engine Co., was in Titusville Mon-
Coast railway. Two of these are pas- Chiffon veiling, black, white, blue day and Tuesday on his return from a
senger engines and two are switch en- and brown, Monday's special 29 cents trip to Havana. While here he gave
gines. Twelve locomotives were ord- per yard. THE STAR office a pleasant calL He
ered and of these eight have arrived. Good heavy quality cotton flannel, wap on his way to Texas before return-
They are powerful machines and the bleached and unbleached, special 12% ing home.
entire order represents an expenditure cents per yard.
of oer 200 an expenditur Outing flannel in all colors, includ- Mr. Ross Drennan, from Fairbanks.
ofing blue, white, pink and red, spee- Alaska, a brother of Mr. E. J. A. Dren-
ial 12r% cents per yard. nen, of the Dummitt grove, arrived
Scarcity of Ducks Ladies' hose, Queen's Own, gauze Wednesday and is here on a visit to
Hunters and the members of the Ca- lisle, put up three pair in a box, the the latter. He was attentively lis-
naveral club remark about the scarcity three pair for $1.0. tened to by the tourists and pleasure-
of the ducks at this part of the season. Mail orders promptly filled on any seekers stopping at Palmhurst while
It is not to be wondered at. When the of the above goods. relating his adventures in the extreme
Jutaus KLINE, Titusville.
ducks came down the first of the season north on Wednesday evening.
it was a continuous fire at them all day A handsome racing motor boat ar-
and all night on moonlight nights. That Athletic Exercises rived in Daytona last week en route for
was enough to drive them away. They President Roosevelt, the greatest man the Palm Beach races, owned by Mr.
have gone to other feeding grounds to living today, praises very highly all ath- F. B. Basselin, a wealthy lumber mer-
spend the winter. If Florida does not letics. He is a very scientific boxer and chant of the Adirondacks. The boat is
provide a law to protect the ducks, wrestler and states that Jiu Jitsu, the 36 feet over all, 4 feet extreme beam.
there'll be no ducks here in season. Japanese system of self defense, (that with removable auto top, and is fitted
I teach) ought to be taught to women, with a 6 cylinder 75 horse power Ster-
Indian River Hotel Arrivals as well as men. Boxing and wrestling ling motor. She surely ought to go at
For the week ending Jan. 9tb. protects your life against knife, gun, least 26 miles an hour.
F P Ziy, Oak Hill; A H King. Dr ax or club. Mr. G. F. Duren sustained a bad cut
A W Terrell, J A de Curaden. M R It is well known that I fought Chris on his right knee last Saturday which
Fuerson. Jacksonville; J C Arthur. Tam- Grube, a sturdy fisherman weighing 30) has confined him to his bed up to this
pa: C F Eaton, Lake City. L A King, bs. He used an ax and ahatchet tode- i date. He was cutting a piece of meat
W J Moore. I N Stulv. Williamsburg..
Ky; C F Smith, Memphis, Tenn: L T fend himself. I took nature's weapons when the knife slipped and struck him
1 bhe. Rockledge; C H Boye and wife. (my n ists) and myearly boyhood scienck- in the leg. cutting nearly to the kne.
Philadelphia; John Henry. C'tv: H D! stood in gord stead. I easily defeated jo;nt. The cut is of a more serious na-
Robinson. Detroit; Peter C. Gallagher, hi m.j .T e t i e
New York: J S Crutchtield. A R Rule-. ture than at tirt thought, as the leg
Pittsburg: B Bornstein. Pittsburg; E C 'Th-e time to c taught boxing, wrest- cannot be heid in a perpendicular posi-
t'loe and wife, Chicago; Mr and Mrs! ling. et-.. is vhilt yu u.are young'. if only tion "tt all. During Mr. Duren's indis

York; G C Bryan, Jacksonville; CE Lpa T Allen. afford: A n Tam Ifor sepi- i-ale len
Saunders, Indiana; A W Elliot, Atlanta; New Orleans MM rt, Orange City; It isworth a fortune to a frail boy or
King. Bo ton: J Custer. Newark. I. Moreton Murray. [avtona. youth. and brings forth many manly qual-
Slo nd wife, Chaon. Dowagia. Mich ie. -id a eat carriage in walkiung.
Winter Park; Mr and Mrs P L Shicr. Death of Walter Robbins Graham -t i:1n :,;0-VV!'en lt. har'i,.-. randl an
Chicago; J J Parish, Bowlin- re;: at*- Ivbrami.
Scheppe Wright, Jackson, .lte: A 1: Fui-1 Wa-ter ,o ins : i"..' pn. thi. pof. j l;n, "Nouthi .
ler, Suwanee, S C; Ross Dreinen. Fair-;te 1y far 41,1 -.i i )r. andi 1ls. an e naore con.i.i to oxxl health
oanks. Alaska; H D M Clackev. Pa; Mr e.n ( Ma. 1..- .an l e c
and Mrs John Thompson, Los IAneles, V. S. G(rahb.::n. tf .IMami. n- t-ha' athletic ,xer. is. .tr.,pei-ly execjt-i.
Cal: J A Deft r. Atlanta. EM Sto1t. Geo day lMmirning of 'ld 4!- >Ning after .adit-s taught calt'r.
Stout. W V'Stout, N F Stout, C FLei t. an of ,nIv a few days. Special care takLer children as if
Circle- ihie. Ohio.
1 1:1Robbin was tat: e ill W-dnelsdav tivy were ny ovwl:.
iof la.t .i.. l limilles. ,alsvar- ,,r particculars write th. professor.
Victor Victrola" Needlest pimple a.Titusville, F;..
These new nee.lles have just been ing on tht- fa e a"f qui'cklv :a-
brought out packed in convenient and suming an alarming nature. The For Sale
attractive packages best of nedi al .'e ti-n n and skill
They are the result of a determination : l 1 pairs Berkshire an.1 Jersey pigs at
on the part of the Victor coiipany to wAS t.mploy'ed. but the patient con- ,$5.,) per pair. if tak : :2 imuntlh.s
priAluce a needle that is n;,L oniyv he tilel'i lt wcakt''in a:,d .r-w. worse now abtut 6 weeks old: ais* f, rkshirel
most uniform needle manufactured, but .il .* nd T brood so'ws: also a htavy \v wdod on idn
is without question the best needle for until th end. The sy empathy of e condition. Address
plavin Victor records. : many friend in Titusville is extended E. B. ARN I 'he process steel of even temper and t,, the bereaved Graham family. who Malabar. Fla.
* finish. used in the manufactureof Victor
I "Victrola" needles, is the product of a were residents of this place some ten Valuable Real Estate For Sale
i metallurgist whose factory is recognized years ago.
as makers of the world's highest grade Five acres, beautiful building site.
steel, and was adopted only after every l Cut Pri fronting lo- feet on west bank of far
known test was used to prove it con- special Cut Prices famed Indian river. 1-^ miles south of
formed perfectly in every particular to IN KLINE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Rock Idge. Address Miss Salic Ma-
the requnements of Victor records. grudur. Box 125 Orlando, Fla.
TheVictor "Victrola" needle is abso- The price of our clothing will be
lutely the best needle in the world. cut down almost one-half. And we D. Pacignana
You may pay more for needles, but have a mighty fine assortment yet. Shoemaker and repairer. all work
not for a better needle. We can fit you and suit you. Shoemaker and repairer, all work first
The Victor "Victrola" needle should class and guaranteed. Next door to
only be used once. To use it. or any The New Orange Box Hoop arruthers' barber shop Julia street
other needle for playing more than Box oop Titusville.
one record, will result eventually in the Have just received car of the leather
destruction of your entire collection of fibre paper hoops and can ship from Eau Draying
Victor records. Gallie or Cocoa. Itrayin_, or ha:tiin of all kinds prompt-
Price15centsperl00. Packedinboxes Send for sample or get a bundle and ly attended to. M1-ets all trains. Stove
of 200 and 500, and cartons of 1,000. try them. You will not use any other wood for -ale at alI times..
Forsale by Indian River Music House, after using these. H. F.
iTitusville. EAST COAST LLMsER & SupPPLY C

p.sitioln Mr. Raalerson is in charge el
the meat market.

0' tftn batting. 10 and .15c. Air L: -
.- l_' anid tiel .- a:ild knitting '.or.,
Talki:; i, chi;; th'hlt tick!.ts v. ith e.v *
('ash purchase. Records and machines
exchanged for tick.-.ts
Cari' -t sw;v.cirs A tl .~i<:are.-
C'HAs. A. <;AR1RNEf. l'h.ariv 34
Athletic Club
Boxing, wrestling, club swinging.
dumb-bell exercises. etc.. taught b6
Prof. Jo-e Fielding.
1'u union given to !adies. lxboysand young
mnisses in calisthernics,'. stout gentlemen
reduced in weight. Alcohol and witch
I ae-l rub downs a specialty. For par-
tli'.i;tr'-- see: the t r'i ssor.

A 'onol drink at a cool place at
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak. any length. Also piow -
ing and harrowing. Se,-v or add(r ess J.
W. .Jamnison. Titusville. Fla.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
(Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Price.s from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly ipack-d and delivered at Oak Hill
sWtaion. J. W. GRIFFIS,
Shiloh, Fla.
Land for Sale
Eight ay r inu lBr'-varel -tounty. It-iiil thl-
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-ee a ethei wht i ipos
inm maaTimhe orJ.A. Wales at

eaft de anmpeso me and ase men-
-M sB ows hs upbraais Ean-
eVe anr aw n e has witd s a le -er

hav e bs a usineas advocate of a
p M bank or m o y yea m TIrty-
Sive yeame agla whe I was a boy. I
w e m this Atehison. Topeka and
eanta e ait read In g Ka oo sand sdo
paltad the nrt sou y I ever ad ina
the bt Natlemal enka et Lawremc
Nan. The bank rousted, and I lost.
Mee an fiy it er boys who worked
wth aMe dmme the mamet What the se-
Aeet was en the others I emat ay. but
itPe a damper on me and caused me
io 1 eamidr and waste my wages for
tea years.
"Whe Governor Hoch lived in alor-
ees Ka., ad edited a little paper
thin the grasshoppers ate my crop.
My brefther in Iowa set me $50. I1
pat 5 In the Floreme t ank. Old
Peter Aller run away with all the mon-
oe. Three years after he was caught
t- Co necticut and brought to Kansas
d was se t up for twenty years
"About eighteen months ago my
brother, a carpenter at Pan, Isa.. hid
$OD in the old round oak stove. His
wife filled it full of waste paper and
burned it up. A sm art Ale (a neigh-
ben said it served him right. Hins
(the same smart Ale) put $1,100 in the
nearest bank, the Farmers and Drov-
ers' bank of Seymour. and lost to less
than a year.
"When me and my wife started in
life we run a boarding house in a la-
ebor camp. I tried to get the boys to
save their money and get ahead by
depositing it in bank. The answer was
always the same: No d--d banker can
blow himself on my money.' You see,
they lack confidence, and their lack
of confidence is well founded, and in
view of my own experience and ob-
servation I had to go way back ante
set down.
"Well. I have Just beard of a good
old friend who has dropped his little
wad of $8W In the Chariton (la. bank
that went busted a few weeks ago.
My sister in Kansas has money in a
bank that invested in warehouse and
cold storage stock in Kansas City.
They are looking for the money, the
promoters, the 100.000 cases of egs
and other things galore that was said
to be stored there, all of which are
very conspienous by their absence
"I have my money kanned up. Can
you blame me for it' aDoes the bank-
ems and others who scold us think we
are all a pack of fools? Give us Iostal
banks that is absolutely safe and every
dollar will come to the surface. as it
should when a safe place is plrovihed.
2ad there will be no ntdre hoarn.i n;
Even if you restrict deposits to k 5* I:
will save more men, women and chi!-
dren and make the:a independent. el;"
respecting. law abliduing citzen-4.
I amnt a Iemuo-c:at. but I have be-
conic so interested in Roosevelt that I
twent to Keokuk to see and hear hi:em
s oeak. If he strikes out from thU*
shoulder for a postal bank in his mes-
sage. I will vote for him if I have a
"Whoop it up. my good. dear friend.
You are engaged in the most humanl-
tartan work of any man on earth to-
day as well as the most economic busi-
ness move. We don't kneed more
money-too much now. You see, with
cheap silver coined in dollars at pri-
vate mints that no one on earth can
tell from the ones made by Uncle Sam.
the country has become ianlated, and
that is hurting no worse than the

liorses are selling here at $15' tou
$200, not worth over $75 to $100: over-
coats and gowns in our shop windows
$20 to $30, not worth over $p to $10;
land in Iowa at $100 to $125. dear at
$40; in Kams $75 to $100 dear at $25.

Our people are crazy.
"When Bill went to college pap gave
him money enough to take him
through. He blowed It. Pap pumped
in more. Bill blowed it again, ad
pep kept right ea pumping in till he
was tin&. Thea he went dewn to see
what wee all the trouble. He kicked
Bill through the glass fmrot Of a sa-
le and wiped up the sidewalk with

"If Unde Sam, instead of pumping
in more money every time the Wall

Mi an di$V s ae P. O. hih wAM
eom- WksNi g- aodo we
S-aMOM Hme aO a me ee
ad adi & e ada at aman le
ed o -t b a war do b da
we weabe as We

Jhte.d e olbe o For a
The laIst x m heer ad fs emar-
d whih aw appia ti an a. abm
asi is am terM ta l tdw helM
& feaw He1 an it a1 otheie mrW ib
IM 1 1r a Pazis mwM d
-et awh New TeYrk Beralw. The
ame n -a-R It w Mg JiWb
Wl we elmu i -Now "I

alnm JI hie Moay cums Prem Nippne.
Say A. M1 Lughimey.
-a Ee aext Jim Jeet es wMe pba
rome from Japan."
TM is the plom eIA.M. L seg
m. an nahe whe /s bem studying
w2 JU in Japan. say kthew eattlet
TIeMa ItHe. that the Japei a nrea-
haldsa to take a rea t e t orest in

"fthe 1 Jap.-" y. OUg "is by
atrM a Ightr. It be tIrnes f prise
thing he would be morean o a er
than a boxer. His head and Jaw amr
shaped like a fighting antmars, and he
has what prise aghters can the
'heart' He can eight a losing battle
IBe an Ir4fhnesn In studying sa
otne I have found that the Japallse
are not nearly as susceptible to pain
W we are. Jn Jitsa is terrifically paln-
ful andsu danger If they, an stand
that, they could stand prie fghtlng
and not mind the punishment
"I taught a number how to box
while in Japan. They know very lit-
tle about it. but learned with remark-
able quickness on account of their
much more rapid sword play. Their
main disadvantage is in the shortness
eof their reach."
Loughney says of Japanese wrestlers
that as a rule America see the in.
ferior performer The men who fol-
low this profession in Japan are of
the highest class. the military., called
muralal" or sons of nobles. These
are the only peronsa t ho really know
Jni jitsu. and they are in such demand
at home that an expert rarely leaves
his native land. The Japanese who
commonly give exhibitions In the
United States. says Loughney. know
about as much about it as the aver-
age American boy of the streets knows
about boxing.
"Jiu jitsu is 10 to 1 superior to the
other, older style of Japanese wres-
tlng, followed by the big wrestlers."
said Loughney. The heavy monstrosi
ties who wrestle in the old style have
little science in their work. which con.
siSts of pushing their opponent out of
the ring: hence they eat all they can
to develop their great stomachs."
Loughney was in Japan in 1906 and
since returning to the United States
has been traveling and instructing in
physical culture.


Captain Greei of Transport Servloe to
Lead it Through Magellan Strait.
The man who is to pilot the battle
ship fleet through the strait of Magel-
lan was recently in Los Angeles on hisL
way to Washington, whence he will
proceed to Rio Janeiro to join the
fleet, which recently sailed for the
Pacific. says the New York Sun.
This man is Captain Greene of the
army transport service, lie is fifty-six
years oild and has made seventeen
trial's through the stra!t. lie has been
a sailor since he was fourteen, when
he joined the Confederate navy. His
first trip was made in 1b09 and the
last a year ago. when he brought the tender .Juauita to the i'a

Captain Ereene will take charge as
pilot ,f the fleet at Punta Arenas
about Feb. 1. Admiral Evans will as-
si:.zrn t i i n a i of the it 'test of ttu
torpedo Lh.,.oits. with hit-h hi will leau
the way thr,'aijii the strait. The It-tual
pas'.tae will rc, Tiire :about forty-eight
('a],t.i.n ;'-r.:e untiaijte:1#s no troul
ble. "There is n, dniice In i'asin.'g
throllbh ht- s.traiit If yii know the
chan..l.' te .aid. "It I s to all intent-l
an in..ind sea. The water is deep, andi
there are no hlivry s e:s. it is of course

cs tntial that the pilot know every
foot of the cthaneIl.-'




How Fellow Players Paid Back Her
Husbarnd's Practical Jokes.
Mrs. Georg ana ihullnan of New
York city went to l'itilsiurg recently
to marry Eoward .Miiiiney. an actor.
and after the of trouble, says a Pittsburg special to
the New York Times. Mr. Manney is
one of the principal comedians in Rob-
inson's -Night Owls." in which com-
pany are also Terry McGovern and
Young Corbett. Manney has been a
practical joker, and the bride paid the
On the stage Manney and Charles
Robinson make up as Jews. so that

A IUa Iak m; sic k kidime|,
Neaet it, mrimry Umbi hlUw.
se Kidney ilos *mo hr akid-
mey oaly.
I.LAme.., aer, owing a
1I3 Akley ,Tmlr ;U1h -y
'I add Dsen's Kidney twnd hey
kidneys. Two or three tim as...inat
of thepM inamyback I was meesto
in work r several day. The secre-
ti- ofthe kidmeys we insar d
eBdjio, dark im color ad Ifawd
to smead woel become of the cm.emcy
of jey. I tried various reeedies t
what seemed likegallom-ofdineiaead
I aio pat oa plarte, bat mothiag help-
ed me at all until Io"t Do.'. Kidny
Plle upon the advice of a fried of mine,
sand i them coudian to duetio
they cred in a very abort tima."
For Isale by all dale. Priie e Oet.
Feater-Milbuar Co., Buale, New York,
sole mitsa f1r the United 8tetm
Remember the .ame--Dan'-amd
take o other.

they appear exactly alike. At a recent
matinee Mrs. Manney saw her hub
band make up for the first time and
laughed at his appearance. The n be
kissed her and hurried on to the stage.
A fetw moments later he returned to
his dressing room. as his bride sup-
posed. Several of the company were
with him. and he laughingly bagged
and kissed her before them all. This
trick was repeated until Mrs. Manney
became auspicious and found Manney.
"It's that Robinson." he told her.
"He makes up like me and has been
here when I was on the stage."
Shortly afterward some one tried the
door of the dressing room again, but
Mrs. Manney refused to let him in. It
was in reality her husband, who had a
quick change to make. His wife was
obdurate. and Manney did not make
the biange. Instead the curtain had to
be lowered to save the act.
Then when Robinson and Manney
appeared before the bride at the same
time she insisted that Robinson was
her husband and tied to his arms in
tears. It was not until Manney re-
moved his makeup that everything
was fixed up. Robinson had to buy
a Christmas dinner for the company.

Gooe Drove Away Robber Tramp. Who
Lost Section of His Trousers.
Since two of their fraternity have
been driven off and badly beaten by
the farm's strange protector tramps
are giving the home of James M. Shell.
a Burlington (N. J.j farmer, a wide
berth. This guardian of the Sholl
home is Patsy, the king of a flock of
geese, says a Burlington special dis-
patch to the New York Times.
Terrified human cries, mingled with
the fierce honking of the old gander
and the savage flapping of his wings.
awakened the family of Mr. Sholl .
few nights ago in time to see In the
moonlight a badly frightened trampi
legging It down the lane toward the
public road. The marauder's inten-
tion of raiding the poultry house had
evidently le"t-n interfered with before
he got the door with the hi;j g;aii-lr h:id l -4-en short.
but furi'ou:. The lra mpI left iulnsi a
po.'tiou of his trowi' also lie learn-
ed that the lI.:e of a ionse is like the.
pinch of a vis-' :l.d :i ll'w from its
wings !'ke :he .i ow of :a ii;i i -t.
The gander on another oc-:sion
drove off a tramni) who was Iegtinir.
At another time the bird lost half its
beak in a fi!tt "\iTh a dog that trie l
to ki!': somi' ollis. :iand It hat! he;:t-
en off haw'., pi,is and even a cow
that had traversed beyond their p-roier

Experiments Povc That Messages May
Be Sent From Very Short Towers.
Wireless tet.lraplih 'x.x-rts at the
I'nited States :rmiy st:ilion at Fort
Ontlia:t have !i':>i!e new dis<,.verie-s in
the wireless li'hl :hi, h i.. n" it of
comi.arltivvly 1- g distl:iia e telegjaepih-
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Happy Colors
e kw tha ere re colors wAich lIP_ inam-. em wkiek
hune hapiease--but do yen ever stoptoo hewohm are
made ad or glad beco of the olom?
You know that chlM&. and lowers thrive best i
ns mahinL Why not have on mm in m your
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Omaha (Neb., dispatch to the New
York Sun.
The new d<,-,.,iver-y will t ermit.
ani.n!z other t liil-. of telte'rapihing to
anrd .l.-tXv ,en i;I,'.:i trains. since tow-
ers of only limited heights are neces-
Message.s were rc-enitly sent over a
distance of twenty miles lty iusith tow-
ers le:s Ih:ian twieiy f it ;i' i- h.-iht
The exwertst loelivve this ti- Iite van
be lengthened very tim.terial!y without
increasing the height of the towers.

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