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The Florida star

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Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 24, 1908
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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.​
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002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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

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E FLORIDA STAR



V TITUBVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908 NO. 40


Not for Oqseles aAloe, Bit for the Qood of Ot4ers Also.


lS OF THE Quan Quality Shoes LATEST IBIS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

PRESIIT AiBB ,,,,,, I to AD ICIDETS A*IM* J D PERSONALS
a world ad all kindsof shoestoD
h i9at 1 them. Still they can all be Al Pnll D t Pel0 ta t Linen torehon lace and insertion SOeti ll t th 90ple of lg 1 t Toen -s varied aod mple ithe line. TrHll In At nh Ebroideris, worth 25 and V T 35 iI GO
h ls W ub ma's GaMu Jue. Bear We are mitigmore women with Try Heath & Co. forfreshJercybut- cents, special 12 and 15 cents per Mr.E.L. Bradyleftfor Jaksuille n 9aM. Tmusam. PAsacr. them every daybeuse their rep te and eggs. yard. Tuesday on a buiness trip to the meS station gro every day. M Job WWhte Taylor, of rs s ps. -,tropol, returmng Wednesday.
lMs8 d em, iu ola, mm .. ..... -1 re Mr.John W Taylor, Coc. a lawIde, wcth 1250. speciaL W .
h Ims il t Tasdy d Wedal a y. Q wn Qualhft will retn in to Tuesday. Good quality of yard wide un- Mrs. William E. Salt of C tti A. Lely-is almt t sh o ~l t eohe r Rooma to rent, furnihedand unfurn- bleached domestic, onday's special, arrived Thursdayof ast week on a visit
.mmli@ llai l ld J ai hipmentof oordsjst bed at Mrs. A. B. Duson's. 12 yards for SIAO. to her friend, Mrs. C. B. ingli .
"thweate in Dress linen innavy blue. lightblue Mrs. M L Wetmore left last Saturole week the very latest cuts BeautifuldisplaySasir iscNov- and in nature ,color, special 25 cents day for Jacksonville to spend a few Sladieso tlhsldtaiWghtlya elb Send us your orders we an please LTI. T VI PHARMACY. per yard width 36 in ees with her friend Mrs Webster. w meaet neat i hsiAftewm ith YOU- Mrs. Jack Begg and little somn Alfred Ladies' readymade drawers, made Ma. W. T. Math WINSTON S. BRANNING left yesterday afternoon fora viitwith ofan excellent quality of domestic. Dr. J. S. Daniel is preparing to build hl Mies Laurand Eielveaspent The ClothirgStore relatives in Jackoville. with tucks and hemstitching, special several cottages in concrete blocks on
a orsowith the Mi Sler in Florida. Mrs. F. H. 29 cents perpair. his property fronting on Palm street dao wththe oir orid F Hoghto ha joined r. Ladies' nightgowns, made of a Have y.ou tried Heath & Co. for grmI ym eayr t week. _Houghton in Daytona, after a pleasant good quality of domestic, trimmed A saving of ten cents the dollar Notice visit in her Westerville, Ohio, home. with torehon lace or embroidery, series. Popular prices" intheir motto, t to dollar, hy of Heath Mr. Bggert hsdisposedof hshoe special 59 cents each. and popular they are-Lowest pries in CRo. a ve dollars by good e. Under no circumstances will Ibea a loti~North Titusvilleto Mr. Stew- White nainsook. specially good for town. Mr. Reed Sobs Met W Sho eSam- candidatefor any offiee at the next mr mee to fine underwear, special 15 cents per The cold wave arrived last night and Swith the MerleS. return primary election yard. the thermometer was down to 40 this aywhit the lauhMerle,., rti p ary election. Jacksonville today or tomorrow. White inino, specially good for morning with a strong northwester blowy w Ms. Sobie td the by. Yours mosttruly, with manythanks The new Tribune bicycle drawn for shirtwaists and shirt waist suits, 36 ng Mr. Swain I bought the old pace for past support, JOHN HENRY. Tuesday night, raffled off by Mr. W. T. inches wide, special 15centsper yard. ig.
SMin street, formerly know a the Mathers, was w by Prf. Joe Field- White pearl buttons inall sizes Mr. G. C. Battleexpect tomoveinto Vhtan ettalge, and is having mie e- A Trip to Dummitt Grove ig, who is quite proud of his wheel special 8 cents per dozen, his new residence. just south of the rrmit for oac~cu y. Lst Monday a party of tourists ,m Lace curtains. 3 yards long, beau- prate limits of the town and right no SNeltyt reka pe ooks, t n ed of Jse Mry f m A large and representative audience tiful designs, worth $2.50, special the river bluff, very shortly.
Noety trekee. books, at- psed of Joseph Murphy, the famous listened to Dean Robottom, n Monday $1.5 per pair.
td, na, post ards, jewelry, Irish ator, who starred in Kerry ow, Boy's knee pants, made of a fine The auxiliary schooner yaht Eleanor evening last in the auditorium at Mel- seee ,uofdey h r e d a toys, 5-ecst sad le--t a great friend of Joseph Jefferson, andevn lie autoi a ality of hard finished worsted f Mesrs. F. Vaille, C. E. Saunders. Dr. borne, deliver a lecture en "Joest of quality of hard finished worsted, left Tuesday morsing foe Daytona. ouma. L I odm ArMc Dasizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. This yacht hs recently been fitted with S. Daniels and Gen. B. Massey, boarded Are.' Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, a 12h. p. Lathropdouble cylinder motor. Mrs N e Feaster left last Snday motor boat bound for the far famed Commodore J. H. Allen has ordered vici or gun metal, worth 3.00. spec- Mrs. F. S. Battle and Miss Annie Norftao for a visit with her e, Mr. Dmmitt grove via the Haulover. a a forty-five horsepower Sterling engine ial $.49. New spring styles. wood were initiated int the mysteries
J m tess with relatives er avi at plemnt trip up the Indian river includ- for his ring boat, the Secret which Mail orders promptly filled on any of the order of the Eastern Star last of etim with rtives re dt d the BAust shooting and I very fine will take part in all the events i the of the above goods. Tuerdas. We understand another n
La0ma, boneh of water turkey, mallards, etc. coming motor boat carnival except the JutS KLINE, Titurville. didate will be initiated at the nextmeetMr. and Ms. G. M. Robbiamd little Arriving at the grove they were met contest for the Allen trophy. The en- rg.
Isa Doagl sseturned fromMiamitTues- by that genial host, E J. A. Drennen. gine is to be shipped by express atone Wedding Bells at Indianola Miss Bertha Oliver, of Jacksonville. dy hthleype0I e stalmosttwoweeks and his brotherjust fromfrosenAlasks. to Jacksonville. Invitations have been received at this after visiting at Miami with her friends, ttn Mr Robbhiawas- whis baking is the balmy Florida office and by friends of the contracting Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson. arrived e a oamel for defeme in the smhine. The party enjoyed a sumpt- FURNITURE, DRY GOODS. SHOES parties in this section to the weddingof Wednesday aftrn for a visit herr W. Mi trial. aoafeastof game andmany things that Cotton batting, 10 and 15e. Air guns Mr. Walter Sweeney and Miss Jessie with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager. Miss
Mr. L F. Cooley, of Lansing. Mich., appeal to the inner man. After dinner Shetland foss and knitting worsted
siv e ttar prtof lt ee ara trip around the gror with 3-h. Talking machine ticket with every Clifford Sanders. daughter of Mr. and Oliver is the daughter of Mr. L. C. 01 arrived the latter part of last week c- a trip around the grove with its 3-lb. C puh Recordsand maes Mrs. Tho. 11. Sanders, whichwill take ivr, of Jacksonville, who was formerly sash purchase. Rcrilu and narhiors Mrs. Thoo. 1I. Sanders. which will take ie of Jacksonrville who was formerly p d by his daughter, and left grapefruit tree, tangerines as large as exchanged for tickets place in the Baptist church, at ndianola, a resident of Titusville and at that tim Mooday- in isha launch, the East a No. 96 orange, lemons as large as a Carpet sweepers Art squares on Wednedavsnext. Jan. 29th. atl0a m. was one of our most prominent citizen Wind, for Palm BeachandMiami rs. M small football delighted the eye. The CHAs. A. GsDNER, 'Phone 34 Miss Sander is the youngest daughter and business men. Miss Oliver graduCisy may join them a little later in trip back was pleasantly spent in listen- of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Sanders, one ateol last spring from Brnau Femnale
te so ing to the plaintive Irish melodies of Death of James Carlile of the pioneer residents of Merritts Is- seinary Gainesville, Ga.
Mrs. B R Wilson entertained the Mr. Murphy. songs that have made him James Carlile died at his home just land, and she has a host of friendsup 10i,0o0l Surhead cabbage plants for
rogreve Cultreee lub Wednesday af- famous on the American stage. Alto- west of town Sunday morning about and down Indian river who will heartily sale. J. R. WALKER.
teana. Music om the talking machine gether it was a most enjoyable trip and 7 o'clock from cancer of long stand- congratulate Mr. Sweeney on winning
wa enjoyed for awhile after which a will long be remembered by those in ing. Deceased was buried Monday sh a lovely young lady for hi, bride. Steam Yacht Natomah
1ie making contest was indulged in. the party. in LaGrange cemetery. W. O. W. The steam vacht Natimah. of(hicage
Uese DisyBrady excelled in this and h_thu caped the first prize, while Mrs. Wanted Titusville camp No. 141 went to the Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals whih is rkn te rit, d ti doRathbm won the onaolation. Delici- One hundred laying hens. small sired house in a holy and rempanied the ,r t k i: te Lawrren t own the Atlul antF i, e refrea etta were served, broilers, eggs, countryproduce. flsh and remains to the church at*LaGrange. W S Haise JWcks i f W M ,p around I l thre ulfand U rIa Plants for game, at Palmhurst hotel, Titusville. where the funeral service was held Miller. Llo d, Fl.rida; ]i r F night and eraind ultiotlSda 'dt 10,00 Sorehead cbbage plants fur .
ale. J. R. WALIER. Special Cut Prices by Rev. Win. Stones. after whichthe Vaille, Miss Vail. FT Vail.e, I'ot Iuriay .rcey bruht the i a f Woodmen conducted the last sad land. Me; Ko, Nw Orieln~: N, Smrna t, this place aI ha! ai Complaint of Express Service IN KLINE'S C HING DEPARTMEN rites at the grave. The floral con- Lucas R Johon. Atlanta, (;a: i h waint i r, gct thlrlgr lthe a. aMany complaints have been heard re- The price of our clothing will be tributions were profuse. Iteaoed (undelrshume. Nrs Yi-k: Ii W Car ti h ioat i. Ia oi w I h .
candy, especially from the business cut down almost one-half. And w leavesawife and e.vral children. intir. Jacksnii; SN ;r r! '': iZ:irr n a', n I : have a mighty fine asortment yet.
men, regarding the unsatisfactory ser- We can fit you and suit you. wife Sharl's: ,Jo. MurhY. Ne sh
vice given by the Southern Expres com- Indian River Hotel Arrivals York: I" I C.xer. ( Ilree. LosIl Lake; i..
pany. There is now but one express Notice Fr the wI.k endings an. Helen; 01 I B a', ,anill H k Beggar Princ. Opera Compan
each way daily. The exprm from the L Sat Luii K W W hta. klaha 'it: : A
north arrives late in the evening and To all Concerned: Lt Sron. Loisville Ky; '
perishable matter as well as everything After the publication of hisnotice Nelsin. St Louis; A B Flod. O(lan- Kinyu Jaks, : CE Sau i.e ,,i rc a
ekes liein the express office until the l, the undersigned, will n t le 1 n HIstail. l 1 i ia It A I ,u ,
next morning. sponsible for any dteb. ci ah lii Isa N C Ir E E R ,l li.- 'iI k. I N I i a Ilu a ee-. i d by the late firm of Clark & Watio Ft ir Fla: LH MIIre. Memp hi- Grlii I"rr A irtn N, Yok Church Notes fish dealerss. Daytona, Fla. Tnn: EA Stead. tianta: W F Im ( iy F ,chra 1- ati. a; J H1
Dean Robottom will officiate inCocoa V 'X v St .,uis: M J W Grippnle Klick T Jlistir, Luthen, Il Mr
on Sunday morning, January 26th, atll Jauar U1S. Edwardis Bran. )lnan. )r land,.;: ETSaun- FE o i'nri Mi -1,ioiirI ta
o'clock and in Titusville on the evening drson, Mini At -., Fred AndEr- a J I li .: lt i ,- .
of the same day at 7:3. Announcement son Chicago: 1.T he. R.kl,l;e : \X Wi. J !c ile : l''
P Ieaehingatthe Presbyterianchurc h ritu.oi::r i. h. Jhelr. h iis S moI ur, Mi- t .o, iai t E ".a.,I alni I li ,
next Sunday at p. m., Sunday school fT. s ai CJ Hand Newark. N J li J
at 3p. m., and prayerrieeting Tuesday is f u-, h , RT ishop. Br-idgport. Ott; C E moara. ,,rt Pic, Via:
afternoonat3o'klochnt. Ivti. .uliai,- i, .Mtritt. Fla;. M L O'Brien L,,uisille. K,: A th, d oh- t din l 1 i, i.iOa, .-, r 'i']1[ I . II F L i t i L Ks X i1iT r
Photo Gallery Reopened Ibosiitl.,ln v IiI I )I N I tLl. F E: I E C i Ki stas i
M F. aust, the phtgrapher, has H r L i, i I kman. i'h l, f.s I
for all work in that line at the Taylor P"-. a'nd uil mk ill ha W m Lu- Gn, N Yr C"
etulndteTitussillr sw 'now readv vissv-.-v 5.,a,5 e .i.iI e-i, riok T s" (. T. !c. -,-and J In(ksi I'd R" "I,:lll, I r' "
galr,,ouJlistreet Crayonpastel. ili o X -ln colors nad oil na gel For Sale ii: J HILndri-n. iJacks-onvill Martin. HC Fut h,. Ja-k-n! ;
prompt attention dat wetprices J Hunter, N- Y,,rk 11 ra i i
wcitt with godwork. 13 airs Berkshireand Jersy isat A eai drinkat a col pla, at HI Is e HI Mii t !'
i5.0 er pair, if taken at2 ~ontho A hur Va E Parkr. f i The Alpine Hotel : now a ut 6 weeks old; also i Berkshire e arkv kaer
Titvlle Fla.. F A. r d wl gv i P X o d For Sale aVala hable Real state r ood For Sa
e F ...A .y fundition. Adlnres Valuable Real Estt r' <
.r On the European plan furn- .'llt" or ok. afi length li, pfii rooms and quick lunch. Cen- Malaba, Fla. ing alnd iarrown. See i r dress J. Fi acrs, beautiful buldir -:l D. Pacignana
trally located. w. Jamison. itusill. Fla. f 1 f, on rta alE CHE fa lIianoriuAs 1- ;IA.H W, ,, i," i A cool drink at a cool place at .-ooiachs of a', li iald on Orange and Grapefruit Trees Rik I.elge. Adir- ncr!i -: 0 I
grudtr. Uox 12". Orlant,,, Fa, I.'atkr- i'!
MANDY'S. theest urourcani slde ti Iidian iver brownn at Shiloh. Fla., on high Tit,.
_-__ . at ti.he mrr,-ol', d .srtilid an t,It: S ot hiclur hani.iv. Free fro whitee Deying
Nuareey Stock for Sale r ,io :5, alro lot .- section d One sear t r two year ol budsay. Land Ior Sale 16, io townshiii otiutll range 39 c. ". tet "-ft tarfu;l ivai, i Citrus stock grown on high pine:Thi lnd unipo i nte ly PIri ce fl I- t:ic li
land. IndianRiverNurseries.estab- eated. Foerurtlirparticularadds isl acked anid dlellivered at Oal Hill n;,.,I riie a
iled 1886. Send for catalogue. E. I station. J RiF it
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with his revolver tohlshand, when ho and tor a doctor. Dr. Oti na wasm io r t IrarilldrItagisi,l',t -m'..,,'
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wwsbw P.iP PAReEH WITld l At "*e *** a'w*r tf tai r Gld ml SCle-atee t sheeo 1etwa. Gerleais ae
L Pery T ealiRe y dOIUR ked ol, YOOISELW AS ADISED an . while i. t lai ss", aw ith.rli cntast/s _sy I.ng .in the Ray. sonth of Betedr ad e tp lt ha gdwne u t ma oin isu Is T ouan hal eat een Hn it a MDialteer is a t -otde ealste hrk Toul th k been left themure eigbt h the Pl-e Cwh Kro one ooe, knne Hall fos i tDois be& an apieeonweiwauwn haa coan s f e s oly s- a b l a in-o
Pl f theA d hel. The origin f th Ctem, hIII 1W SU t darter eing a bird und quikly went ive way po n ai the mucous Iln Am aasna trainlnt fls sa n but his supposed Mixlaodllno bv untlnhet well in to the scene. frightening the hawk es fb the o aal net
mhamf t e h have started from a defoctlve flue. Th a btti and tare t t p oelfl desa wb let wihs. n edet 9 gl ~rpmted body. ~uilding wasl partally covered by in- alermtandat hbellime: = t.m= "asP
tae Cromwel bosf ef ttie ot the renvear isfaed by in eluiad Krinr tourlefa nd eaten Day Upon p picking It lnY Mr. a
m~l~- Iraeir obute tt ofthe s ee and elots Th e w arl u ohl In a pI found it to be pigeo wa oni It caIk w s
ssk ia sea tom ee st en (rp e to a lo la ieond r s alrrin tlre c ueniy large one, ad upon closer crutlS i Tm t c dispath to the Tampa Tribue n:ln dmsr is iihaote nd rd b a se e i tat het -rr sle ali ronole ro i.rrarih h o that it had upon one leg t says: Thrown from his home and killed tt e sohaied at uominald it r roi, arrow aluminum band with ti fol i A na trashing department ed m instantly, the body o r homer drn olio lowing inscription; "Dr. Saren. C b g, o Bec bae tablhed Is cerestio mTre 15, martltre iscria to ielnre aci 109 1U..e be etabliahed nain connection car Plat mere youth, lie t in the lsog l theeld ai enc kidTeap mmormge here today awaiting word trm nelt, eitI aicglne. bl aer The test thought alre1 p i e m n
Cpotai Cromwell Gibbon7 of the relatvee of the young man. HI rm rernefs and urinatry trnbtl,lef all kind. itself was that Dr. Sturen had pbably
Ligahtr igt Infantry has been Ily. it is understood. are located in the if take bere the stage of bright's gore north for a trip and carried with ovenr-worked women-e ttr what et et -majer of the battllon o prt of the te. e weir sa trid tis my itel him omidnieon rwhieh ran on hts caused the breabice. Fav oit P h l g w a a w Will be found mdte eetv
Warlk i knt to be stated on n y. are being made to locate them. Plat' itiorly o-rcrer pin in te butc, a return journey with its message when In building p the strength, resulted A. tnlldg in Tampa. the cost wa riding the horse without a bridle tile nie r lment and ea- attacked and killed by the hak. the omanly tuatond, subdu ingin Tolu Rbladera t igtrn The bird as fat and plump shoing o ar itema chwole system to be between a. sotn favorin t ed was usable to control the animal ntron barge The w arntch wrd we es. out amo oltm e lan of Iveetaba when It became frightened. Fiery n ella r domn here who fb flakes of yellow fat around the reck. AhooTpeticaulae wreshbosl vegetalcomeing the formulaoin both medical and aneeng me by hie county r eain sh te kd tiedore i e narong or their el which proved that his journey had not uuoting what scored of eminent medt eig made by Ddsesaty gr- The port of Feandin ow a is ~h m.er sorld mthis been a ong one. as was at flrt suppo- Wths, case b ee e so tag to the market of the North and splendid trade statement for 1907. Th Ieprrecrilptir at nomre aid wive it a trial, ed bcphyro. ie oallhnmoe spenlea Wee. shipment of lumber for the yeat s it is dl to ii woenderi feo er e- puides in rerinio t e insothe elT'r eo ors io mng iot Ibenamifea k oea aal of lack of public Interes RIonuOted to 15.,07,5bo70 feet ralel The fc rrlltn (P) Time w IA does to Why uffer faos l het ip s Thee r iPnradienuenteri intoDoloe Iand Ppert It ea possible that the Ipu- t1 .65.77. Nar l stores reports in print this rarkble prCin Pierce's medicine by such wriers shld Ie lbrry in ernandlna will have to lauded 5433,943 gallons of turpentine t 4u*ller, sl IS slier ln s the ltd- oiye oo that rlpmi p r ht h ny amnt or eedand .n0.2 barrel of rosintwv Of pboee nref rwrper of New York, b relied? If yo doubt this just try non- professional estimonials. bcatnud ben ihi a l o p Prmlrirhis Pittbllreanl other rities Oe pplaii l di(arnml erlisr' Pari such men are writing for t heudance of an Park Trammell of IAheland, phtea there were IG,4 tons. The have mde maty nornor n of i a, tlm It rill sl ent arhp rel their medal brere wh r a tata alse of all e lotr k was $12m382 their rdeklerwdswirrdnedshnut th e iti rS ts e t at hee suoab an ets that he will be a cadldt to total alny t s m on withu ortl torhert losb8 medicines me n on-aleo alle seo the I de of Attorney General of the Froed of impor $4t19.783. making h For sate by sner Drug Stor he and Tis- secre ad tain no harmful habr ld a m.- h e t o r fr ad speaking of the terlt, Ii Pn uornmiugdrugs. being composed of glyceti State of Ieers graindto of business for the port for ad o th r eit Pharmey. eracsof the roots of native, Amerie 1907 of $13.382.973. storm of Sunday night that swept medi inel fo t plants They te both St. Psetesburg has an enrollment or across Lake Weir said it complete The first strawberries ere shlppet seld by dealers in medicine. Yo can't
b pte l o c ndute as i n t o inarerios aeed to licept s t ubsPUt for oneof
Stal i i 645 In the grad- demolished the Lake Weir navy om Lakeland last wee, though from teemediin of lo nmps itio At hlle school and 70 in the kinu boght into Orlando the have command of Robert Fosno. at East- thne arby station of Galloay and dre lontah n I s ct n t ln lim ic m anne haor rt kr. FIed's lelle e small sngay-end
d g tt a total of 10 pupils. been oming sinee in large q atite. abe, consisting of the steamer Della. Griffin shipments in considerable uao- eoy to tube as candy rlislle and Te Tamp Chamber f ommerce his one nce er he launch Robert and the big tran tties have been regularly going or- v toach, lver wels Spaed a resolution favoring the lorida s While ortation brge The leet was anchor- ward for several weeks. The o aoorthern neighbors are shivering with d at the astlav dock and tire ore iok for the growers is unusual good f
det oa of the plan for a rural cold the more fortunate inhabitants l of the storm literally made klndlin There is a splendid crop, a larger acre a-- .r
as Orange county are eting fresh stra- ood of the boats. leaving their en- ge than usual and the fruit is fine.- RUDDER
eral Mey berries and crisp vegetables. Thend and demolish eld News.
A strike of street car employee strawberry rp is a paying uried ig the docks. Nothi daunted Mr HOW-aTO BOOKs.
threated itns tolan the trebe most of it can be marketed right at Foanot will proceed at once to build Log Live the King! r arising over a demand on the part l home. Some fine large berries are new fe The raging cIves were is the .,lular cry throtgltllml Enra-wrall e isr i u.sy -rlm seu
the m or a increase in pay of n today that were raised n the city a sight toee during Aerca the torm.--a ; hi in r th of rela an lher for 198. limits.-Orlando Reporter-Star. Star. e $ ri idngiy st n lice Dr. Kns O l
SL Ford. late general superintend Owing to her engine sticking the king of irs rirl r o or a s sao
att the Atlntle Cot Line Railway ntr and not rvrsin when Wedesda mornng the schooner n Tr : "t
elvitc not reersing then II Sable i. Trur, mas, es IIt sti r so n i Cs1Oa. ene* aas
olte1 in lorida. has decided to should the steamer Montauk, of the arrived here from Cap able l live d i
make Palat a his home and has e r. & 0. . Line Inbound from ey a ull load of sugar cane and syr- r c a o or cl." re rr e '' r ead up a real estate business in that West early Saturday night crasbed rin- Capt A. P. Curry. who s the opinona rmt y ajityftben onspar e haitnt landf th ofio th hcit.rtaite if hop. t Ne Ii erorr ety. to the terminal dock at almost oun Estelle and is also on oof the pioneer esnre wgek hsise sore thro after
Work the new $1.000,00 a- speed ahead nd plowed her way idents of ape Sable, reports tha all 0e0r r0e0di00 hetave -olld;nd for poee vo leha a poown UUhe
bard oep in Jacksonville has been through 1I2x2 timbers and planking a he production of syrup at the cape is -sigh B ad o,ld n' th ol sure sre erd its 1r wi l
Ipended pending the reorganiatlon distanee of ten or twelve feet before far below that of last year. hbut tae Tit,5rill Phaln:oer ir. and old. -O ttO. I..o ..O ..T
and readjutment of the finances sie was stopped. While that portion quality is superior to any that has ever Trial I.tle f-.
the road Three hundred workme a-i the dock was badly wrecked the been nade there The long contin- WORKS od D SHOALDeUGaTss-0 are Idle as a result. reamer escaped with hardly a scratch. ed drouth drove the sugar cae to I the Uied Statecos court at rack- e .a,_-ia asses,. u
Contract has been awarded Jack ois is almost miraculous. hut is ac- an early maturity- which gretly le sunville. o tay through rtoney w en ro s Uto a r-ar o nslve
-enid the yield of luice. The Es- Freming & Flrnire, the Florilda Na I r- e ville builder for the erection of a osuted for by the fact that the Mon.l ed the ild juice. The E
tetles curgo roOsistod ef sout three 'ioca Isiol. of alrkscille fled 1 bill now mo stiLe a nr ossm.T magifeent home for te Jacsuonvlle task hit the dock with the bow dead a r hl-o oa v
Young Men's Christian Association .--iami Metropols. o sugar cane and five hundred of mlai against K. McDnald
gallons of choice cane syrup. re i e of the defunct Fort Duall as $ I The steeture will be of reinforced The infant child of Mr. aud Mrs A. tNoatiooa l bank of Miami. The Florida PRICE EACH
geerete and absolutely fireproof. Martin of lntendeneia street, is ver- why National Hankli of acktrsonvihe stls erup E pA
Thbe Dan residence at the corner O ill as the result of rating a qgatitt oblo d nour laby saff rl? When he is that it Is a credit of the Ierel: ,
KHrkland and Emmett streets in Palat- of cih loenges shih eilo h ecidty on frtid r I v, ln'i re's rimno tank in h, sun of $3,71S.15. ,i yray THt RUDDER PUB1.tuI rs GO.
ihat ha been purchased and turned over gained Ioiso. Physicians w ret call a hi, aod ie use ,rid to in ll r neioli- that tile rciter of the sahl Furt Dat- uan irs e so, u-.
to a board of trustees. and as soon s rd an ntidote adinistered oin t Nrei oegr aesr. I r I a ttlef W ihis
erera l ir e br.al t u nerl,dn ton sari ona u isankt re or -ered to e's-l ., ta; .taW =t H o it ca be properly equipped for the time to save the little one's lire. who nwi in aue Bu r -- af-.1ll c dreu' i bhe sofd iunids, as t, 't '. ,for meT."k Lk. :sl ',/.:.I.
S purp ie will be conducted as a city is sti:l. hnrwever, in a prea itois col s-so. It tir ildi l its srti blidl tlip soI viIi hank.
heepilul aed sanitrium- ritlue o-ing to the doly which ocur l tIrr lc iskes thin ba0th fstt
-it heto.e a ororr t olet I r i nt T i The Prior of Pee At the annual meeting of e in e Peace
af anuites r e fims r selling yout mcdl- tl-it -, f..r r d in lullhg i .
few days ago, a report war subm-it -Ito aie fs Ira-il s. larrg" ,r1. i 0 1
ted showing that about six hundred he ie ht ysnet--- on. d .ry "t Sld- hi a l r 'r ,acres in the Gaio vtlle section will qid rough meliries especially hat 'ci1rru T it itlr Ptsrm- titi.id r .i I rit t ;z
be planted this eom g eson against Ing bero the sltjet s rmr Thc ititi .
f seven hundred aeees a ytar ago- orunsa of ules t do It- tis said the unitl Lieorr racy sa r l
wrenad cnot appear on the boxes. is at tima win. hoe to- ictory does not deped For Over Sinty Years ct '-x,
Henry M. edicott. Jr.. of Boston. opnilderalr, injurious, epnrt- entirely on harmony n our ranks. h. trl 0u0,1 h v turra
Mane. has bought at public auction ftor sal ildie y-Peta-ola I.-.its. t- i t
$70,000 the property of the North Jack Jena gg. th tIssfl lo- A Wondefl Happening i' ht
nonville Street Railway and Improve -r h ri, a- lorial h; ,i, .- hr . }
meet company. popularly known asu, 1
the Negro Street Railway." The roud The Juy s r h F0,l",-il.lha
was bui:t secalI earsa ago by negro .0 Anegroes, ititi al ti-ri li , l,,,nt, [', :t t. ]., [ ;t,, 1; i: ihar \]'"i 'llt is, -,,,,itl', s) i: T
hcpitalf and was: only line, inter lo',* J -u 6' .d ERIE,-r

Fifty sore skilledt wor cCliiiIm ii- la s:: \It.-,
their positions through another redur Lo-, : "..1 I.a I-. i tl-- - -_._l_ _ _ _:_ :_- _, _ _._I *
timue I the forces ah the Prco.sus.. rr -I I ttli - I
navy yard, making rhr second to o ui : d .fl,] ,.rD-9 C.;: q D soES
wir ~ ~ saltlrtauhin the last ten usi li HANDY MiOTH PAPER h R .
w th lasi lee ay .,Iul't - o i ,ii h iuti ul.." -.1
out nearly too trv who dea, Ilarge, : .. ,,X, ,
salaries. The al t rdetio wit iv A HAPPY -i 'p I. -- i..ris trr
the departlrnl of con ,.i ion ..I .... .. chums- ti
repair. and the mia let out are trur HOME Carere Nate srens .t,, "in ficki it.
end ship workers. Thr lack of or I o ne whee health abousse l. i -l I ,e ... ....a ., ,. -r-- n tr NarT. t
at the yard is assigned for the big re- lith impure blood there te, i Kau. -,* t:,
uutlt... ot be oo beth .. . tl MUNN &Co.36-- ... New York
Some of the busine-s p,n of the s ith dluordered LIVERtLrc f l we .s.--ta to
dcity met at the Sun o;i:'e on "ulsdu? cornt be good blood. -T C U
morning to dinsos Il ....lsvio of -" Itl ... .- .
road to be built to oF'a uip tile splen- ;., 1"- 3 -- AND- CUR E UNCS
did lan nus s lt city- In isf c- a Chop
ed that this road will be commeonced h r . .l,. b.. a u WITH
at an early date as it will open a large den cSPiY d it ou do Dr. Kin's
territorytrhbutary to this cit that will .,,ytrichtorIERd re CASTOR IA MAGIC WHITE SOAP. w Disno
be rapidly settled and developed into -i uti. ST1OR IARo M.,tlo- tuero Pr. !,, n, n N Ds v
splendid fruit and vegetable farms Po. Inftel td Cld r o bache, i Ou A N.l;i -Diciv that are sureto ibe of great financll A ITly LIVER Ine P. ry ORa hOOL, ..7
geod to thin ity- Ther iu no better se" YFmr Hn nee haapql~eee R MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld GUARANTEEDBMPACTOA land in the state and this road is all Health m balpoww. ars OfL OIA WORKE dSFACIOE ]
that is needed to start their develop- Takn bs Ai ,NOesL
menL-Trog ~Tical Sun. Taken a alL NewOrlenas, La. ONY NDD.


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THE FLORIDA STAR FDAY, NUARY f

SSTAR TheNew RdmcBEST FOR THE

T in otioefreadt to dn a0 ..~~nEsf
BwEL THE MAPES

inmmoee to test the Dickson block ;was. a~ud a5 m ee ad eteda CANDY ERT0 IZ E
T ,KT. road .A lt IADCFERTILIZERS
wrary rarDAY WORMING ras made by a haily laden wagon
meint ove it, in and out and aerous AIL Al Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see St ad not bit of the conte w ras from the por there made what good results S *wa at WsingWton and ban I- broken. No severer test will ever beI were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this u emae it minifest that he P- madetf the roa ad andthere is little year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It condoubt but what Hon. H. H. Dickson tains lots of valuadle information. Apply to $ (lumse sense than age. has solved the question of go i rads cheap, durable roads, not only for E.. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville S weetn lyatatementof the qse- Floridabutf6rthe restof theUnited t Jos. Paxton Rockledge States. For the benefit of theeof siia Bi U%%., d en nksor New Yoa i qit our readers who have nt asen the J.M. Sander, Cocoa mourar. It indiates rapid Dikson block we will say that it is a mm a n M ma. A. T. Patillo, Osteen .
gesh to normal condtion and concrete block two feet long, eightW m Eill S. Bergmann, Merritt
VI are reached the adjust- inches thick, the top and bottom is W TM __ am_ 0
nt and expansion oft busin thess and ame made with flanged edges market has dropped out and the or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville
ade wilhnextmon osine and to allow vehiclan egressandingress state horticultural society has no aptrade wi be next on the docket. and whenever the top surae we propriaion from the state legislature out the bock can be eange and a tore- such breaks with, we have We never have heard of so any urfae exped. bl ot much left but personal lierty
e t h a d d y cc-being moldedto fit withadove tail over here and don't want that all
S cseontests in wet ai dry ele- effect form a continuous track of voted wa ifitisa presidential year
ium in this state. The latest is from solid concrete and being flanked on _.one Bryan in the senate and 0 n- FLORI
fo:rms a smoohTo.f-E wihLaRardA EAST COAST RAILWAY
Marion, where it will neessitate the either side with clay the whole road otherto he at the other end of Penn- FLOIDA EAS/ UAST R ILW AY otaleCountto ueertain the result, tack forthewhels. Theefftd t may nt ewiseto sayit out L AL TIME CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANLUARY 7. 190
Notetherseent cloe contests held ing over the road Ithat exprnce oud thisy but haven't we a dear T I . .7 o on paved streets only much smoother '60, '". .o.-,. ... IN.9 o 3 No. 29 TAIN- No. 7 8 No.?4o 9
ain Putnam, Dade, Orangeand others. opa l h d tradition aout su ptuary laws Diy I DilySTATIONS. Dail and the foundation Seum as hard and t c .... ..... firn mown could wish. The short 8 ofr s ntm f rul r au,o t .Doy I OI one -ldoe wall gong Republican under n *a .... Sleator Bryan has been assigned to stretch of read for the experiment theDemoe teog Rp ub lc a, uner;;: a0
the committees on naval affairs, fish is ideals it gives a fall rand c e mr OuvER G.IBBS. p0 a em and wildemonstrate t he best ad-_12l____11__1 aries~publictahdsPacificislandsand vantage the blocks Oa slope and
+ + d __ ~ ~~~~ 171...'m I~ .... ...... ... .... .... . .. .. ..
Porto Rico, patents, public health, curve and should they stand a long Through to Knights Key1 PM LI .
national quarantine and revision of test on this road they will stand it The Miami Metropolis of yesterday .. ". ...... "
ar t e on anywhere. Mr. Dickson reing i's 00e t..
laws. These arethec letters from all over the United States 715 7 butm
whchis lamented predecessor, S. R. asking for information in regard At 130 oe Sa t a attersoon p .
thislatst phase of road makingand the rst engine and tars o the F. 113101us 100pm 1010pm A- X"0 the idea seems to have caught the C. Ry., in its extension to Key West .. experts in different parts of the passed over the viaduct, literally ex ty There seem to be no doubt that United States. The cost of thisnew spanning the sea at Lag Key, and PALATKABRANCH
Gov. Hulhe of New York is a cand- moa wi =rs from $10 to rIroceeded to within a short distance EATPALTKA Ar- L- KLAA ATO
Go. HubesofNewYork adpermie and can be estimated very T... . . 1O PALATKA P.L P ," EA T PALA+ A wi
fortheItpubica e rdwl minefo ,Et ofl~ Kmnigts toy whih as sho desthe P a STLTA Aev ~ ''L K
date for the Republican nomination easily no matter where it is built. ot Kou o Key. w is to be thre
for president. It is expected hatIn several counties of Florida where present terminal ot the rod and m ...::. .. .
they have good concrete sand the which steamers are sem qo ply to, nam S. t ......I wit a week he will announce his coot would be comparatively small Key West and Havana. L No. D .y 4 p .
and then there will be be-s and every county in this state could The celebration oft t that, which to n o. i
gun a fight in New York that may build the block road very easily. The means much to the owners and build SAN MATEO BRANCH
Reporter-Star will print cut of the ers of the road, was unmarked except SANEAST PALATKA Arve LA. A T result in a split in the party in that road in a few days that will give a in o Small jollification by the e a d E TO ATA n $* SAN MATEOO 8 L T PALAT* state. good idea of the manner of laying i sa jollies action by the mn T S ATEAST PALAITA P-l-.k the new road in the actual constructive of the via- .. m I. 0 an Arecentcompilationofdatashows fuct. The train consisted of a n en m. .....IL
that the prohibition wave has now W. M. Brown Acquited goe and four cars. two carrying stee. .1 1 MAPORT
rolled overseventeenstates, and that The case of the United S track rails. one spkes and one cr on. MAe. cu 1.
coledv~revntensate, ndtatThe case of the United States ties, and was conducted by C. A. Gun- 1,- tI- 0.. BRANCH k
eightyitieshave"gonedry." Most against William M. Browm, charged ter. Clifton Jackson. ira Staring an 6- 1". .
tee. Clittos Jackono Iea Starling asd 2.0pm .m yeso .1 I.o"0' of these states and cities are in the with violationsof national banking uiobbard Enoh, conductor, brahman P lt .
laws came to an end Friday morning. e r brakeman 3 00 m !?l41 rot-2) m 'W0 A \t, south, thus giving the lie direct to shortly after ten o'clock by a verdict fireman and engineer respectively. 3l No.t OrmgcityBnch o.3 No. 4 No iI S.ntsdsaaon .N I
the old Republican claim that the of not guilty. with Foreman Mitchell and about tl 7 t0 ..
Democratic party was the whiskey The trialof the case was com- thirty-five laborers on an extra flat car. M p ': ---" P.l1 .
party. enced on the sixth of this month The completion 01 the Lon Key t pmttO L0. 0r551e0000L. P,., 0101.011
and has continued without interrup- ,blu.t marks the s.reto elaitoa n Ar e a" A 0t0 t I As indicated howethe volumeof tion for eleven working days. tPo o a thatay hddel NINSLAR AND O IDEMAL ST MSHIP OOEcTIss AT M I,%I
As indicating howthe volumeof The cae throughout wa tion f a fat that ny ad decl C* ts Made at Ma With Steemselpe the P. & 0. S. S. f,
transportationinthesouthhasfallen pliated one and was tried with care, Impossible on acoun of the depth NASSAU. HAVANA AND K I Y V K 'T
off recently the report issued by the by court, jury and attorneys. androuohss ofh w to be cro I Io. I TABLES .- 1iotf-t wIh -it. y-ap -Central The charge was given by Judge ed, it betrio ; pool of toe Atlaotle: -aild-efrtiOsil.,.t thes 1. o r-..0 te5o ,.
( . . s!a lo.tontoml.soedoesitoCe..p..p5. hl Imitf reeoa0515e u+#*t
oGeorgia for the eond Locke on Thursday morning at a oream. The vialdor s I.. mile 0o.e eosnnie s .rt m o.
week of January shows that there short timeafter l0o'eockandit was length and is built of ostee ru and thel mecrdother ua
was a decrease in the gro earnings twenty-four hours after when the M.o 1 T1HE TCIj17 T A4ENT"
Jury, having carefully considered itso nt er h J.D RAHNER, Assiant erm Pass. Agt.. ST. AUUU iTINE, tI okllU%
of $72,400. while for two weeks of verdict, returned to the court room ben oclUpied .. 0s ..o.trurlion an,1 January the decrease was $132,700; with a report that di-ehargoed the de- the cost has ahm. io the mi-lns fendant. cel K.~a s.I
and this notwithstanding an increase Whendanthe jumenfiledintheourt The ta r ., K,
inmileageof23.42milesascompared room wa. thronged and there was atrio-s oine k,, ..I le-les seisi
with the same month last year. the utmost quiet when the formal.- i th n.. .. .. -1 I ha sple
tie, were gone through with ;Thin :,e 1t1 f w Iay1s, when pa A Atch in tine saves nine. Throughout the trial Mrs,.olom '. l S ekant ic The interstate commerce commis- he faithfully and ,a lly supported brno r ra on ,. a sick spell
has s just announced a< lei@i,nof het t ahb d .... n h r..h- tlet -o .. i i. t a..... by giving the child
sooith hidlo ilo-ot the eollire IT oat l. 50.-I h -s %%- t 00 1-ta..much generalimportaece. [ie.,ted Wih hi tral et- ,., M t04. eK, oa ?hLLARD
of particulars it says that a higher 1z t t rt t I and . It 1 ... a t BALLARD'S
charge may be made for .hool Ithw M,., I 0-, .,ke, ;-o onqd.... ]eteo ... O E U U
includedin a longer s late n e ,,| r he t n 0.- HOREHOUND SYRUP
1 h.] i00 ra-r. K y,
charge for the short haul iis 0nt a' 0 0t 00 t hi ,,0a. I'.., EVERY MOTHER
reasonble in itself and t hwe r : t v anye a her b stnrs o n vaca on shouti k, p supli,0 wi'h 8:Iard's Morehond sel,
charge for the longer hal-a d i lan<< 0 0d 0t,0 rmlt l f ..., I'll I , ,, Mi ,. , ... .41WA T,,,, .i, ...' t. iL t...... .
by competitionat acommn ; hi t k,, .d ., r,, '-},.. T-TlAD fr chir as .. in
I:,... L. YS T l wh lad o ,
The Tampa N.s emark0 thu Fii wRE m r1patLm mdit
"Senator Talliaferro and Sea,,i in l'iad a F REeces s .
Bryan did not go to Wao.ington to- Th ,urtr- t h Io a a.
gether, but it is t b, hoped that ,arn t. ftGr vi-rIthe sure- S- tzes on the b.and o.f G. R. Gomphand fe.w \.v .aIt.li ]t ''' : L theywill 'get together' s00n after gr nting lermi.-ion for the U. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA i I i
arriving there." adding afterward att,,rney ,, nd pr< two a Irepresent some of the leading li ih t
"that Florida needs tte united Sh to the D companies of the world and any The Delight of Children.
forts of its congressionaL delega- Shipping to the Dry business entrusted to me will re- S COCHO OS opNt
tion." It would seem to us ftrom lashant. I i. 2nI:0 F ceivepromptandcarefulattention CLOLGH SI tHRT BRON k R.lthe committeeassignmentsas though Edit,,o fTI. Fti, i. r ns TIS AND ALL LL ( 1 ItOL ELLS.
t ogarding youo to-,g-sil that ifI S
they had already "got together. Florida is to try the popular R OBBINS PRICE 25c, 5c, and $1.00 it may be ne.e.ary to pIohibit ship- RAHAM AVOID ALL SLBSTITUTES. Another military school has itseye pingintoorthr.ugnthedrycounties,
upon Fierids fo a... iter stotl else the square core. stiff paper, CO..
upon Florida for a winter school sur-quart packages preaid by I- M I....10W.llln. o L nt C0.
similar to the Kentucky Military press may prove the state's undoing. Pid
academy has at Eau Gallie. The permit an unregistered citizen to Thiscomanwn n-d, 500502 North Second Street,
request of editors that they use their in ihe India River C 1,.o, Tennessee Military institute hasan rues of edito thathe the ir Ln le I t Kti a' ST. LOUIS, 310., pen inlucee at Nea River, 1"II lS-. option for this purpose upon property amended by a clause forbidding drug avne ao.
in GreenCove Springs. Thisisme store. under prison penaltkis. from IC THET
thing that should he heartily encor- keeping any poorer whiskey than PIIIER TO SI TIlE r1I.
thing that should be heartily encour- hattanoogis now furnishing since Send for lundliteb
aged by our Florida towns. The Atlantawentdry,andto have an ox- rress ...l ReonT edd by
movement is agood one for all par- ception made on the whole business TITUoVILLE .. MI11MI
ties interested the non-residents in favor of aged folks on the Indan WANTES i-- tao t t, Titusville Pn 1h-ara y axCnd
es lagth-er, east side. Since. aof yu o sy, any kind: o uNtDtB: aooy h-r, d 1 0 L.y
and the state at large. the New York bottom of the orange freight R'IC350NDBRA-; O0l R.. bi,LI.1 0.. l X03r aer Xr3ig fStor0







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.au r k no THE FLORIDA STAR s

$ggusp Taoneupen a. Leeam ne.
EAil, .. Jan. 2L (st. Laet Ca Tbe.)o
..For that At .i .... I o. 8
am said bit wek ibees no nT1 chael sea Si..tesr*
thedfmp in one New Yokday atron h oolgeer
Y-* Dandruff
6tetmiisdmsra S wee elected for this year-. s -'
1111t toSNaor"ian sing Dran, ....;ury ....
S admllim 1lars, this ite w meas e; c. S. a kwi Dec m mthmthis amount, b. There is one thin that will retary and treasurer; IL W. rssmy, M years SA, its legislature did cure it-Ayer's Hair Vigor. manurer b e s e The club has been very a ctive in ite
but provide by a miffeient perman. It is a regular scalp-mtnedicinc. efforts to have the Snal LIela laet 40t aeaal pwowiaton for the It quickly destroys thetgerms opposite Sewalf's Point, opened by
ntenaneof=theStateHoricult- which cause this disease. the government, and at the isat sen
ralsociety a working capital to do The unhealthy scalp becomes io of Coanee secured the s e t6 sale i tinae and cpinantal werk, healthy. The dandruff disap. of a biln authorizing a survey, which plnt and distritute its special and p had d A was made by Major Shank, of the civit antul rept. It gives ti healthysapmensa rtdcal enasneer eorts. UI. A- it is r
ma.s eork cap l parted that major Shukas report wa S s
o dhe uhi n i to you-healthy hair, no dan- favorable but hle tant fled SO d
pe eps, print their pon, ea druffnaopimples,nocruptions. favorable report, and the matter has malater havi Thubeesnootaids.Iaestim been set to be heard before the Rivers oneoeolr oe a ws." and Harbors Committee next Monday. hISa beA made illegal Waslingtos and the Ditrict Of Coila.
nonhe f inpr of oaige A w. at which reeting the club has seat 8a and sim baking powders are etryWhIere recognize as
idheththefasinseht th T oj Commodore H. E. Sewal to represne against pin of gree fr i an tol _,e r s PWL, . ulh i tetcom e. .Mhoo . .T

timesin the cities north as it iso Comodore Sewall is a warm person wh g king pow the rotting of fruit in transit, a an friend of Senator Frye, of Miama heavy every year but w bear wth d me with a little rand through him has enlisted the sup. fo resn no eesr her to tUenv ad delcton, 1 feel that my t
f il not neular ie toe nd e. prt of the eutlee Miami delegation for mention, and this rotting is nearly ten Y-ers experience in this localIty the Wlet Lieut Willoughby has eh l due to ignoraneeand wantofcare a tty well familiarized me with listed a large part of the Pennsylvania lhthe to goer sin not pCk-fcalr values, and some headway win delegation and Congressman Burton o the part of growers not pick- be made. I have mistakes R OYeLtOo e n
and so has everyone. My ther of the Ohio delegation, and bxi n rally handling and so ba everyone. My Paan. er Crosby Thompson, manager of the l be very sure you get Royal.
rery t the ta t arded on a t oe ast of onths have been Florida Navigation Co.. which propos- Royal is the ony Baking Powder made from Royal s to build a shipm cas rm h no G lno Tartar. It adds te tailyadw6 A government experl a been Oin turbance throughout the country, as to buiaka hhp on. from the Inlet r
duty in the state a year or more in- wen as preparing for the trial before has been successful in bringing sever- o vegtigating this rotting in transit, the United States court, and now, the al of the New York delegation to sup iB preliminary report has been time has arrived when, after a few POrt the movement congressman printel by the State Horticultural day., matters have been istra ghtened Sparkman has also lent valuable as --... 80dety. Another report of his will t, I will be able to say more to the stance and since the opening of Co NINE MAY HAVE PERISHED. could have gotten wor to them by hbe out this winter. But who as public' regarding the future plans of gress Congressman Clark tho been NINE MAY HAVE PERISHED. o means o r their location m b an wo non nyhig bot tclanE inth wea."grero, Clotu arkn he boa- tome means of their location
alndwho known anything about it? clearing up the wh k"he plasn t of ing in the movement. In Monday's Terrific Storm On Tam- The crew consisted of S. R. slay, in Precious few. These are the few When asked what the n pa Bay. charge, his two sos ad N. Ridge Miedhbers of the society who have quidati would be Mr. Bron Notic The St. Petersburg lndependent of way and Nat Harding. and tfour other pidtheironedollar and got their this time to state, but referred to willbeathefollowil for r- Thusday says: es whose names Mr. Sweat ds not thstmposaebtrfre o seef oneseg the rou me i1o ni the mo one repoLt. the Instance in New York city, where m D be l_ taeit a grt Captain Sweat the Johns Pass tslh n pendent has not mentioned Thntdepnendent hat not mentioneet
I wrote recently to the president the depostors of the Knickerbocker favor if all would meet ase at the designated erman who furnishes the Hibbs Fish tha tear
of the society foray pare copy to giee Trust Company have rallied to the plaue nstthe timesmed. It will enable me Company with a bulkotheir fish. and tent oreo bne. ali ving that fears to an orange grower, and the pre- support of the institutilon and the con-. toI complete my work serlier aed more Oar- who has $5o inve-ted .in his eater be found, buat it looks today as if nine dent replied that he had but his own sequence is, the bank will shortly rectly. W. H. HALL Ameor.sa prise, brought one of his crew to this men perished in Monday night storm one copy and could not get me an- epen up, entirely through eo-operation Mien. !Mooday. Feb. sl. morning, at P. charge. eight fishermen. a launch a thin A mile of the it. other. This state of affairs is di- of the depositOr rs btsel.m'rs four small boats. They were destin I the a are et tofnt within a graceful. All live fruit growing In conclusion. Mr. Brown request- rat Teos y Feb. th m ig, L ed for a place between Smasks bao n a two he i M i p o Jcll tfon pae ewenSmc'ss.a a ot two they will bt, gi,,-u up for states support their horticulturalso- ed: "Please state for Mrs. Brown and Ml e, Thurosday. Feb. oth, turning, at and Pappy's bayou. o n o an he ntalt a-il 41nO i eietn with ample funds. myself that we are very thankful and Arnold.. v. After the terrific blow of Alonda n as the sts1 ann, ot ind n I am most at home in Minnesota. appreciate the acts of those who have Melbourne sturdayb.e. St,mornito, at night Captain Sweat hast ended the next ats. e horticulturalsocietyinthatstate ,an kindly stood by us during the try Brown's hotel morning to the place where the boats has miade Mtinneota a mmercial ug days just past, The verdict of Melbouaesach. Mondaym.b. 10th .m,.. should have been. but could not find Miot difigurolnksnierptis,na reula. ale owigsta, It hommrcia not coilt, while it has brought glad- top, at stoalor. the men. It,, came back ant elisteld i pniopl- be. t ar Iun t. ".itnnn" hil apple growing state. hal all the Il re money to fin' that itgrief~, 'at ovettiela s hotel. l-ntahcst ney to use that it needs. e ur grief over the failure of the Fort Tropi. Thurly. Feb. 13ih. Morning, at fleet 1of auxiliary ats, and they scour e larskinn. ed stance has never been known where Dallas National Bank and the distress potos e ntd al the waters up the bay it asked for an appropriation with- it has brought to the depositors. The Banya. Tbhurnday. Feb. 13th, aftauro. at Tihe Ianuch was found at achor. It out getting all it asked for and by a serdict has not for an instant ssen u.an. nad m i.d so that the anchor EAST COAST MEAT MARKET unanimous vote of the legislature. ed my determination to make good. I Brantlery. Ftilay. Feb. lith, morning, at thrown overboard and it held. The I Florida is old fogy, away back, and shall have something more to sty I ncnme boat was pretty full of water, and F. UES, Agest, deserves all the slump it gets. shortly." Atu Friday, Feb. lth afternoon, at plst- evidently had been quickly abandon OLIvEalt GIBBaS. Grgian tuyFeb. rth. morning, ed by the crew, Ohich Indob t 1 1"an
kIFOR WORD ,. a.i........... to e A Florida and
BROWN WILL MAKE GOOD COIFOR' ING WORDS tourwy Trulay Vb lth, mning., at A few ets ,re also fount a rift.
poetoilicEver si ,day anid nihCattain,
Eforts to be Made to Reimburse PFrt a lorida lo ld tWill F Ind ldiasla. W -,nes yF b 19th.mo n Sweat and Ib m h, e esthn rn
Dallas Bank Denp iors. Tit rri W dnt day Fie nith. ahro n. .. in e.er. .iisa point to l o ate be eat
The lrami Metropolis of Saturday a e it t., p, gut :u c n itof!
y To have the pains and a hie of a bad Rokledg ThrsI" .atr in ti f all Kindsfate
Mr. William M. Brown late prest l pi oa; to be ntirel see fr t a'ok edie TlsTod"ly Ff!. if1. wtoi r aate annoyis, dwrtemo ueinaryditder ie Lonkhattt'ltir"
dent of the closed Fort Dallas Nation- iselough tomakenn hkidney nfler Coe Satuaay. Feb. 2nd. oring. at hiartene l hin h c
al Bank of this city, who was acquit grateful Toteitowthisgreat hange t oe n hall wan 1 a-i,n for hisni-e TITVil.IF, FtilIA
ted yesterday of charges brought by he brought about will trove omnfarting City Point Monday b th. nn at
e agewnst of the Comptroller C ol to hundreds of Florida readrr. petostnirOe
the aent f th Comprollr ofCur-A.Oig.....4l I. (rnig S' t ... Sar... lady Feb -23th a .......0-' .. .....Il ~lll~~tE rl i~lP.' . .
rnCY. w a r.e today by a Metropolis scola., t1,11 ....nhot. It.
reporter at his home on Avenue B. 0Fm oy e51erietee sithone, Kit- ttmeand asked whether or not he hali to anyne .. ie rl a alnedib noaurt hou
made any plans for the future and cinefor ilhe kidneys. Kidne onplaint ims. Thursday Fb 27th. morning. at
whether he would remain in Miami ant backache om nat Se afrl a At int o t-, A.
To this question Mr. Brown replied, tersals fotr eas. The first -r sevnd at L Friday et, Sib. smorning, at
Whe the verdict i at gity not mind, baut as tine ient by e.pr p
"While the verdict of not guilt they rew wr. antd at t,..s id ni, uap Nathan. Tul y, 31ch 3rd noon, at
brought In by the jury yesterday hats l arlmWekddi sy.s dnihfll hr Jas. Pritchard & Son
naturally caused me great mental re- nntter t p tlihll aJtr Ptitchiard Ali,' Sonle"
lis, it has by no means, returned the natural. rtin's Kiduvir Pii ctll.i at t adinr
n ey to the depositors and eredito one. 0 1 m .. p ..i. r.- nnnn.. I i An. a ti.-. .. -.. .ty i t t a s
o the Fort Dallas National Bank. Fur- tat iw rai l emedy n n k ln lin T Handle the Finest Lines of
thermore, I shall not be content d n-to ("ilth repret atin- i t iLt 11. nd 11 b.hI morHeaVy and Shelf Hardare ,
ti the depositors have been paid. Fr llia ale In, l o, Heavy and Shelf Hardware
To a question regarding whether or neailseni fo te Uitedstae r r
ot he would remain here, Mr Brown Hemelnter the antle- than -a hnd I' t,,t'
aitl all hope IfoP paying the depositors. ~as- i fFL
said. "I shall atay right here in Miami take n lire. -saac a n 5 ker oth tht ben G n Our Stock of
wt have toe be abandonthed the r- w ... tf n ..n Guns and Sporting Goods
vent of heir fail ure to co-operate Iu Li aI Ait, n- uai r2 -,it ai t wtth me In blin~lg stat nat. tilboiOtnomo l 5 snon- -ut an rnia-idrsmrl tb-lmmet are ir-nc* ahdeiitsn-ln [Ohi,tiired [a-ta isc m p ee atalri e
.,a............. .......t.a...! n to, Witt] is com plete at all tim es 2
ble settlement of bank's afalrs Of 1.7 FRA K ,I IIENEY.
course if the depositors are inactive, Pare Ma. rs. ax. s~i w or t, a lr, e ind ..n bed is
leando nothing. I must necessarily Jan15 a enethiethiayof W en rI Paints and Oils of Quality Is.. ---,r ,0ust-mI ,,P. ,6 a 54 7, 7, - Paints and Oils o, iuality
have etr cooperation In my plans 7 sEL A.W. LEAN.
all of which I will make known In a ,. r r sa iOne Of Our ecialties
ai as tlal C- et tab 0 le,.rYh iled one of our Specialties
few da ." O 73 t 9 ants dir tly ou tihn Ih l ad an us s rfa
Continuing Mr. Brown stated: "Mr. lrainf Ifor theweek-2 inl es o e J tHEnl firtl nTlu. ree
George M. Robbins, in my behalf, wita Departure raitfall for the w k plus Is U taOI CH a rg. TO.l maiOtr Wl
t a fre ee te e Iifirilt,-h a n pt p 0 but A -- Quotations for large or small orders will 2.
te attorney for the receive the aertur rainfall sincIe ta tla in ile tnin has in Ouet be given personal attention. Mail Orders
bank I. manpgtif at present In draw- nhs u irig ~~~ig rprdn i. f
ma
p pape, tranferri my propatt H.pPr H dr te-il a sn ul tn harge. u dtt odr. r a ga solicited and promptly filled
etY over to the receiver and framing o tiria in charge.
up other plans of sottefimel. Stopsaache ia twomsinutes toothabchea TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
an bepec, i Mr. Brown. "tha PODofimorl, on five en mtes. hr- e t
the people of Miami and Dade county nhis, o.e houn. n tu o hsa- sare thoslil, twelve hou--Dr. Th-ma Electric
and oapeetodly the depoitor will oil .sarh oer pain.
















THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, JANUARY N M

is the new method now used in Rooe
wit hospitaL New York city. This Oe o Wee
Idea.s, which is a new onear, has proved Your dY
very sureesfuL patients harling been
enred whose bodies were eared near galsy l te IM SWs.
ly half qver. while heretofore the cam
has been deemed fatal when onelthird All the blood In yaour body pasts through
of the body was burned. A nort of you kideyss"m o .. ? huiis Ma
oven Is formed by iotroductings lattice- t r Bl-,
work frare under the tedelothes over Itr out te vas
the patient's body to prevent the ed- impuriesintm timbod&
ding fr coming in contact with the if they arasick or od
skin. to this oven the heat ls intro- ol order, they l to do
o0ed from s eoIton s nris to d their work.
mean of u t. The fnrevns at th m .amhendr
. . ..hospil ii s -. -cry cltusia i sti nt the ta tn ito e tram toh ce of Lric cid in the
u......t bloo, due to neglected
metw a le e t f goon onceralsag affairs i Cuba da Farman Wino Airship Prize. kid y trouleb. C A[1the b anae of the Hammed Lambr g the pant year. After commendinag t ,erL Ftian. tII. frc a-r- alt Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
-owned by the Und BMap highly Magoon's edministration of the has won the autbe-Archdeaon heart beats, and makes ot feel a though

at Nw Yok lat wek As vesels or a taceaseof wgesto har.hMlFaranaddtiranbeter trobleseret be raceftotheekneys her ositd fleon n of tmlaDn onahe ey th Uinad oha Cobtn go rnment and erplainig the hi t l tethey had heart trouble be oana the hoarst


ofdlhrteadpeedttde tat hhd on spird tl o ere r' of barand it seems0tormeithattwet by ist do ctr- oring yo ur kidneyickThe mild hogre t b t t.t e om ars at. events whi ill postpone the presirti e e xt an o er ating in pteptfg thick. lmterp so" didnler Th eewsn Aotist thi anin oerai sw cr a o t oui O C sould T h plke o it ra poiso laned blood through veins nd aitrnes.




mof arant cha lu Fato The lateste outcm of thenk i p eid etin rntin g a fts report since M a nto wedrucrUrhm t te:acn he tr h e C suof mted stg t he of p n hi e t C kiincer In an airsip heavier than it ssd ots nmder that oy u a y t he aon demaJ s by the employees o thi r bar next sad t F renb1 g ver of U- v d h yaldaru ts Fnfet o te s f i o W .. vang otom ey air.idee.of temHmi p P i mi tester th enta non oa i i d
tas ew York Instl weut A n o fa hinreano of wates. I orAr to the Cohegn pionl hh the iomilaions of the tteqt I l e tnowu odern maI a a nepro emto hat neril
Ditriet Atoirney C on ta detal of wh eb they stok and oar i- n or Apriln of ity bn mc m bUn or w 512 meters from ail con tautiona disenen hve their tegin-:;7 tisple akw-12ce
add fr the tat. e int o to hit nene the t altsy retin to w r o pla e with de tie start uti his cores were uch ath kidney trouble.
totteh bcnviiolatio mofary colaw wa prl a you abe stiwk you H-nr make T r mtake the mtlais n the vo pres. It wo ear when we nan d tem -o that a Ily covered i1.m0 nter e n oe deib sate and treled t adl Ht they had rosned to Interfer B s d it se ms t Aeronauts el- by fies doctoring your kidneys. The mild
iW. tequoi n holding that thee with the cumer companyrs aulinsp. pagt o allow nothing to tatrm e it thin eni- .n i tot The rd iar os kn mr slya,
middle gsad There was no Pnot er k G oditl. with diriathl boi wap jott rtaho h oat k y i
i -- ;. I wl B Irllnk" ~icod caherrytng otthat tirombe+." The plil the greaitot -o reaidiie< tan-O ho h-gfhns toe ts
eImpornait netg I The latest oattoe of the lank In preelident In tensoitting Tas report nin. hI. Santi- w ful r aot id mg the s bta it er estigation of t he New York nra nd to irues adfrod the date of Cel- ia uout circun st- ndiWo dooinpro n: S by the pn eent uJry I the indictment of Wilham R. a release i b t o Feb. 1. 19 0.n ted the by all druggts in liywent ial In Montgomery. president of the amhll- oain Pars Old Claim s oifffel tos-r 1. chrt andt aeht t llhrllh f thaiht uf eye ton bank. chargigu hm with a nitT The state department buhs received digile callo t Thou w hav ne o
tuoses hi the me uor in oking verderaft a Sep from the Stoi3h governme and 5lo fr n bring i- r ple ebottlie by mail a. a








r h act anIo ft ed i s si .t ee w ud b o o re b nltd wt y r h et ar sp e of tbt-i e lles anl pos -e Ih w ra Th n o tn e oer han fouer h y O obe L ast klidne In payment ot indemnity claem which more ;r Pif yoo pleabdoutfi e.w l tind SO ngomey pleaded not guilty and were thel result of the depredatronsof Am les. ,aoll r athon that mgDr idea









asyl ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I Hin DBntio hda inpe ow Harrima Mus Anwr ien tT la mia Ta ohmn oe fpeitoi n i W.LOtlu nhshall we. fixed at 12-50o on eaich o Spanish prvateers upon American cog- thL. Santils-i1u J, Co.. Blaghanlon N, Y opening twTh n ou Ilaletme:ts is consed Ito master and of the war between Spain Aot's persfon imade flar the pot- that hin vtolahion of llw was purely and her Amerelan codes hbaetweenthe ilt ied briy r. Aes The a en Ist ot- uan k, [l ,t i tene ,years 1819 and 1834. 1~.n' 3'- 1' o p ds A .rome- iRt d he ilt, v lu- 1 ,c-4i,










pqeuo estth de tenicuto whtherfedt ely b cw e nyatra ra lgt ia tae ainlm su .D vsw wn ii-i r -teasee ntiy Chargsn Againt Jutdge nio -. ido Fur Army Airship. or E d was iilo irrel o i- of- mvry ittl the pat of ered- t r charges he been ad the The six bsyta received by the war de two in. u:s u iral; paneo of lig ALW. uto ry Insanity. the United States supreme court against partment for fnrtihing the army si bilii,, htr feet ont. A fifty Third 1ri-d. 1,
fr Wme b sef taint coming from Judg Petor S. t(rp of the See- ta COrp with dirigible blles in a e ot- t pi ed J t e- i t era ili
paii e fate's and the mother o enth United Sttes lent rourt aot t'h- sordad with serveoelodis uhed ssev- holfl an a,t' tuhe u of the u tIer
S ft I eseentlingthe story of Thaws re o by to es re presenig i ers i wrOe g he ten opened and Ith bo t io n n et of I. ion ai T :, I,










coee tI n to e Maorg Schmitz- t= whichh denfued a response re ds t thgat be id n lll ;
ife he he gt into the faregrond iteed stoehholdt f the Wes t Chinio fon d to rIn from th.00 n t$3.0. Wih ; linary r:- ato d tat: in I -,
mets hiddenli from his birth tend- Street Railway company. The tt- These bid will be passed Upon by a yard, o, 'it e mgiuI -h. aeoploan the euiii fo- -
Ing to inw the ese tionen e of physiel plaints aeing that h e violated his uth beoud onsittng of Offiwae of the sig had ri-e tI o height m f l nelye or ff
weneho dad ientdl Ithirity. lathe of ot iLt a limiang Jwilletatin over =r cofs, The u m balloon to be built by tent it" before it reached the : nrte The Carming Wi-I alm os t testimony y submitted for- the foaiolit 'd Street railway to- te sacesftil bidder mo. t be des ind polo ie ith coutsre ched wict I t SP- Ei--erC I O F F
i e e frteo andstot-ino of In which be had apero nall out a eros the field at a he'ht fedate. Mtatin n t ...
Ford wese called apon to tell of the the rt should uphold these charges bied weight of ra pounds and e of from twer ty-five to thiY fNet and pl l ,- e rio.a'. ." ib "'lr "tloo "d looks of the i n d at a b or twey du, It Is said. t: "re would be n o o t b A n o w b T nrh r
pmmut bs an d l ootswil the h it to Sld, t ei l e no to h e p ate d io itn hydrogen. The male- at : rspel of inooty-o -l at e r j ,
fomt a o ag r tof se n oha n the pon other than foe the rUnted Ptates del wit he al, to h trished y tM hors. The test took aOtourlt fie e i t ir t of hloma ven Ia iceonts tht wio sea to sr ih.n n oa te tmpeu tmrni lgnaltTe. n sid tilse gO agthere milt trom Pat iriprt.i ay,,tu nt I
William Thaw. a second ctaida. toel pthl pite et-hotsad-oti ui-ooie r N u tn d u.
ofr wohdtdi n emt he oe -'e tw I .aOclna a Pr ie A arinan
o5 .left-l who bad die I. hnae .rsl f\ir "'Idewv-si a.( -: '. .
a lams. Drias thie tiking of this Haiso Mst Aniwan ries having a ritat i of at east That no hua. bore of pehlisorl c t li o t i i e r isasy vely n Nesblit Thaw and Itidge tolg I the oUnited Stats ione-itI of the aillor Th r itn e orin have yet been found in Amerlo itir t, i ,
ashe relative and Witmetmis were lsti ro t ritii etes Edwerd 11 n a inct e rtie Of othe I as .- a rn o t lb lni.to of pitnlim hl -.. to IT b ir.i-
p edn n fe s the ioonhaica Harrelian to .ser: all ht ne of t n e he t re namo e lii'k l n i s o osr ied by rAles rdli, as of the t i.
chsaredtions to wIs ch h e fore st to reply he ao et.l l iily oter a il: light I 'nl Itato Ntion m il Il r t I
P0Obtains -..n Ityo i .t
O in lIa a In the Unv eslgalion of the hion t'- wmhiah n I piobagre e held at *ot hedliea u-s formerly of the staff Itf I M O E
It in nare etain that Ahe woer the r: ItZ m t.Itesotre rem- tyer. r. the Amet ean iYo r t. of Na srat i













tooretrn of tha Soranforflt bods r, dou i j a I )n enVth9orbIsnWn loy1Xamhip nimi
toimer es ofthe a n ndeml metr ei omntei lo tat wint er. ea s t tory and snne going to Washrtingtotl bOt.t.
-pry lehlse -- who al of Sres ts ". H of tuot. oeb bas devote mo time to the study of tahe..t....
grting wan seed to b he iut th e i to ply to t he three aInqlir tor CO ERCIAL the bones of ancient and moder moain
nittlo of f e t or mer t eml o which he fth rrb l emle at tiat I
l r vilen th rpse Y. s k
W rg free. Disnelo t Attork an- ise. T act,, camne before idtio Cut His Owe Sati. I NDUST RIA L
de ad tin chief ountinel g Hn r fer Iant n b e ir Iiv .-ic

tea i s the lto psraoo of the former iT Io way bet a r W n rerdtutht In iiA Uer rG ch. In the possendo of !be former I phnIdai the lUstt, ou r .Eep
m were aneessary to conlet the big -let tad tartlt was han e cahnrrot toli o i i ni- h da I o














New ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ si Yokl1elf C usl Klo erf~ i tiltn o t h Wof Arien Toose71 "10I0 0
men whodeb oerod nthe asdof per- Idt t all. in apsl wil tte tht le A o.rde of the u d bytheit h in the f thi- nt, uaTaes and others by offering bribes for the Uailed States -prem. te, t.L to loe Prfe- ler. I. This Iiiaei. u-, il panic tile -- y is face to face P CI AL OFFE, R
franhlies. The refusal of Rof totee- the president as well as t, lie Nothl wn- s 'mptliiet irob. of uo.s anl ,, Ii
tify n the trial of Generaol Cousel o officials. The v-1 0ua si i s" i nl iYeiet s- p at
taste oTxas ofan t e ondry na-u s th ste w w the e n --if nv -I.- ~ 4ud d le o
brought uview of th ..timony. "onotri.. i ....n.. th a a....l.n.l. :.ild laitt.... .. .
Ford of the Ulted Railroads reso ted E X E C U T I V E the foer ertec..in.es b.
In the acquittal of Ford. as tle Stadad th EirT rrga n_.t ri aei an st 1
naable to conanet h i wi th the pay- W Wat BosA ecsFeStrenit ause Sospeds --- r,.a i5 a.
meat of tWi0 o sWpviorb. to M T .lur-r id n't lea eed Army rr Ai tnnotne. hoot ot 0od on i to. ii i i r _. t o ; f o h
turen for his testimony Rue iga t ThIl e pr sdei lotion hi.te n, -I S11u- New York S Pin k -lianc. o the -u Irnl iak- ,llli, .i I tir S CENTS
Imm alty bond wlh will penOtet mm rt spar ul- reei b tho 11t, lt&en lme ti IoIf iir I n pr t -ir l,
from all danger of prooecutilon ou any port and the eonclusioh eel-hail h the b, oit liiii.erlm-t,.d alt l.ol.i e -l e n ,ieoI t, turn ti .! -t
of the rlevno indictments that low i o-ali if,,ml o th t if, the ateri' hr- T he 'IO i -'lll r it n' i -i I 1-n Ioe L Ii II t
stand against it. th he ta a d nn y i e ts e r n. h e aith l, aid to hedlo ii fo t I I l t hIei tte n I ad

















.11r T a n se o dnosth fId a tivyfootsad tewrlwt they i 1 at raf ti't estaten ow n g t h in hvnia r et
S T d sat th t an m n r t t : I I
d O il T e after I s o e r a i ions t"y ras meen r o E ll : 1 .1 w hat be ve hn,0 Il : rt,,l
The lgra d jryt it lKasl ity o n. ap r Ia otlidine i t ita Inet ilit h w ityh i ... '....... .. . .. t rii fr h l I
pa ... .. ~~~ ~~~ It thaamons work ll- nohoz 1 + := : ,I, : ,' ... .... I, iu 1w' 1, ... ITL ... i-j':I f.... .... .. .+ ..
tal ritod i Inictmints againsIt b h in i r IIth L ti h i in 5
pesikies agred t n theatrico t r -In o I nfoiunt t ,uirl --v-la ,re st-b of ,i t
charged with violating the old Sunday titthe e stvi- t-ies I- coun 5 CIENTI
FoImn' law o m o~r f i t loistert Tio L Cuba -ivn ti909 tireist andarduSew-ngilahtn
erlng no mlv oi thos Iewdctede Se" r tarthi a has-o t r~iite toth Li.nesl t b a.. irrno a nd I tc IT I TIM E IS M ON EY
to g noao res ldent arto l w ho w ill ha rest iie th e ol i i t o f G ve none M a R i ng a h i o it s a vu e fn t N \tu k lu n' I or I tu
to rotten for trial or forfeit bodo.i in tnd fir the nl-t e eof tin--st en the -fh'. nini t.v itl ,ietl lIui-r-ii i. . .
molitlrreo'iitltioos '- I-ie yr nil
Each manager was indicted as many -- ,r a times nte ha d aploro and etopihn- -,"cite il"
working at his theater the peroodl og in t ii t ler .....eg d r, ari i ,n ii te ol T iT- li i ce. t
Inoy on the theory that the e rm- r- ofletrt tr."i--- -I' Inc- i lfn a [e ,
ov~ser sio-se a tt c t o w as much br;r;, mtl+, 1; ,i T: .. .n ,h I;,. I :L[Ii- ,, : .~
plye "r ltc th I-., feta I',eb byr s ta h. +a 1
forcing his etployres to sork asdol t s -, r i o ltei IiIe,,t rt, 1!,i ;Ai- ,iiii
the emptoro by .onsent ing to work tif c, .... t, t I l" 1,1,u eii sdli t i ... n..pp ".. . . ..

Stoedard Oil Qoia Resomed. In It 'o i- II Ti-' tigh-c---If
Ilttigs Ce-ie Sler-oil Enaio h, ly I-ti
s.lo ppt itell .y the eel cut d Ice I -e!f t l r t eat1 'i
rort of 1isourni. aste r'esu ed a -,.dnnd u n tii-uil ,t ino n- ot -'t t1i9'liio iu I t
New York. Sliecial Counsch Kellogg i ic refii-i ..f I' "I i II -ir, lb tr Aliens Tono f1 vog.00
r eitirmtllog the gorernriment. The itt- --n o ld ,alu Nt "h, Ai ,o
an.. hou betwee the Security Oil (aom- rned II II 1, hh r t Nort. !n ..in I
pnty of Te.. and the Standard !00 en- thhor ll-y ti vr i t heral we ako l ,o t ,.f T I,
brought out through the testio y of -ie.v nd i ts, thl ey r ll. t a-i z, -t 00 1 ,y I
Assistant Seere...e Rain o f the frv- i I t In i p- od Ili-o pat tu..vi.. hii1. o i ; . .
..en noi y. Ne. day the Standard . ..ilt'o...i.. t . .........- .. T
anqxnred tt i ,ore a itpint in the ad-I Rio Weloes America, Fteed. 4rent l Yir i'
-num of Wiliam W. Torhei. trous- o n tI leth ohp t ent" othec'
....sf the [lore til I.. i.... of 'hi- I at to is..ane... 0 tonl ju. 1a Sugar TruN eT'ti~ow PN .. a. tn .- uec . - T
ateilihia, that he tet l ns a...mhr Ioril w.s .utoly meiv l by thou At the loot 0 in lt or is riM: The coon's boo a ..
of the Iroducent' Vrotective asuoa"ld' I u e + ..
ci hePeloee' 'etctie sont- vod tr inw o l rit t lcrr holders of til hr I io- i i a he -.It Innof ),, lip, IT tho-- i o
t, rud to iie t,:e trie of rride t ng 1 "
l s id bid ce soa had g o nt -elI u ile I I'd hi id, thsi r-- T ir n in t o "

ieul of herot ts s oi o a th t t l -. an.. T u fort tl l h t ... ..ln o oli I aln .i'o tii I "l h t . .
o t -v o t 0-r as .t e. . e .l si n i . .. i . i i ... I s h i

diec r 1ompeia wth th tadot to ens.:. vi af.n.r carl e~li tio [:I' ic-t n, bso:,+!:;'; I t : ii -- siu- i. ui- -.n .ia iin n i a ..i.. ve .
Ic l iht' U i seheto t I da Te- 5i,,, : m epi ets ---art,;i~:"'i b -!tf, + ' +: '+''r 's-o ot o "nto : ....H-- .
bol h tcrt Ouilot te i c oit I, --- lr -10"I ~ sis
ned sridt~nio- jia.di oiw.-i b eci-a ithio a adi-p ts-c -ii hi ~ 11 : b
4 -S oilor Un ion Cam Faile I7t -d-i iiri I : I f i. a n T oLI e ,, v-ieb -ri -o [I,
A m.. ui Int el tsi% forT II, r i:' Nl W ,
ht is ito ue of njunTct0os a inh t -rei lobl -lh l-i i h .*n "2 f I T I.
stkes wae scored when the San ,e oe:- totn tscle: A huirni E nr. -re O ,- h-. 1 1 a
reset at Wanhigtoo denid the peti-* wI- in... sofni... fo ....... "Id enemy..... : 'in -'''r; .
ttoo of the Salors Clo of the Ph re.i.ttiot- hau had IItegeo ..t. . tie I".
reand the PaefIc Coant Machoe of the tsti lies I SCIENTIFIC + :%. .. j, .r .I ~ .......... ..ew ..n .
Fiee' ao a rto etT o ans Caha"Is lStaFURSr- 'er lng Machiar

tooL fnandelag the review f the fla- Serrt Taft lies ts'nooiltni tothi" Bores Carol hc Bb nnV sad Stile. l l ssdb th ld nRte
be sueost onoeir l e o tt eniontnredIat h' Ijo I., It. rI
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TITUBVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908


NO.40


Notft Owqsst.1Ps Aloqeqt fow the. qood of Ott.les Also.


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f at U.00 6 T W mmPNIP A .
Sw eais m 4Denu Imlasmoml, was
m llMiE wWTesuaMy anl d Wdesaby.
Mr. F. A. Lasleisn atetdhe thd e
uh- E tdo Grand iefatinJackaer-

T% basoe thar11e01y card clbb

Nm W. WT.T Mnlbt
hea Mies Lmarn eitaielvesspent
af-oma with theu Mims asimn er

Saving often msnts o theo dollar
sen ammnts to a dollar, iery d ieth
& C.. m sve dollars by good smse.
Mr. lbPd Scoe wet to esearp os nm-

MUsadey la Ms. Sa e amnd thebaby.
Mr. Sie a bought the od place
a Maim seet, formerly known as the
Vines esU@W% and is having same re-
bet eee qmcy.
The NewA Storekeeps beeks, sta-
andIl post cads jewelry,
edna toy a-cent and 10-cent
n La. M. I Dodm
M Mehie Feaster left last Sunday
arfo a. Mer a visit with he son, Mr.
Jame Feaster, at Miami, after a visit
a t sme lme with relatives hore and at

Mr. mu Mm. G. Ro b and little
em Dael s toermald froe Miami Tes-
de istaaey pem aboesa two weeks
a dtime Mr. Rewbas was ea-
a a minal fo deftem In the
W.. IL. liva ta L
Mr. F. Coley, at eaMineD Mich.,
urived the ltter part of last week sre-
eas ned e aby his daughter, and left
Meaday, in ea fineae unch, the East

le lray join them a little later in
the ess am
Mrsl. B.R. iWilson entertained the
Prgre lsive Calture club Wedesmy atf-
ties.. Made in the talking machined
was enejyed for awhile after which a
pie making contest was indulged in.
Miss Daisy Badly excelled in this and
Se thm oile first prise, while Mrs.
R lisnt wes the onsolation. Delici-
a ref, -to were served.
14008 Surehead cabbage plants for
sale. J. R. WALKER.


Many complaints have been heard re-
cently, especially from the business
man, regarding the uemati-fictory ser-
vice give by the Southern Expres com-
pany. There is now but one express
each way daily. The express frm the
north arrives late in the evening and
perishatue matter as well as everything
else mies n the express office until the
next morning.


QmB Quty Shos

Ittakesaal kinmdsawe to sake
awor a ad all Idlsof shoeto
phe e. Stl lthtr a all be
nted with bQm, wib da
-s varied and complete a the ne.
We are uiti,ore women with
then every day became their repn-
tati grown every day.
Queea Qua0ity will retain its
shaYour et tr amy other retay
A Thoe. Try it t Gov
Lase shipment of oxfords juamt re-
e d Jedinall the very latestat.
Send your orders we can please

WINSTON S& BRANNING
The ClothiinlgStore
TIaMvibe, Friag .

Notice
Under no ctiru.rk-st-tw, will I be a
wndiiatetfor any office at the next
pr-ary election.
Yours most truly, with many thanks
for past support, JOaN HENRY.
A Trip to Dummitt Grove
Last Moeday a prtyoftoart of tourists,co-
posed of Joseph Murphy, the famous
Irish actor, who starred in Kerry Gow,
a great friend of Joseph Jeffero, and
Messrs. F. Vaille, C. E. S-mders, Dr.
S. Daniel sand Ge. B. Masey, boarded
a mother boat bound for the far famed
Dummitt grove via the Haulover, a
peaat trip up the Indian river includ-
ed the finest shooting and a very fine
bunch of water turkey, mallards, etc.
Arriving at the grove they were met
by thatgenial host, E. J. A. Drennen,
and his broterjust from frosenAlaska,
wihe is kiag in the balmy Florida
sshine. The party enjoyed a sumpt-
uous feast of gae and may things that
appeal to the inner man. After dinner
a trip around the grove with its 3-lb.
grapefruit trees, tangerines as large as
aNo. 96 orange, lemons as large as a
small football delighted the eye. The
trip back was pleasantly spent in listen-
ing to the plaintive Irish melodies of
Mr. Murphy, songs that have made him
famous on the American stage. Alto-
gether it was a most enjoyable trip and
will long be remembered by those in
the party.
Wanted
One hundred laying hens, small sized

broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and
game, at Palmurst hotel, Titusville.

Special Cut Prices
IN KLINE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
The price of our clothing will be
cut down almost one-half. And we
have a mighty fine assortment yet.
We can fit you and suit you.

Notice
To all Concerned:
After the publication of this notice
I, the undersigned, will not be re-
sponsible for any debts contracted


by the late firm of Clark & Watton,
Church Notes fish dealers. Daytona, Fla.
Dean Robottom will officiate in Cocoa B.W. 'ATTorN.
am Sunday morning, January 26th. at 11 January 22nd. 1908.
o'clock and in Titusville on the evening -
of the same day at 7-30. Announcement
Preshing at the Presbyterian church Titusville, Fla.. .Jan. i. is..
next Sunday at 7 p. m., Sunday school Editor ,f TH FLOUKIi.A STAIR
at 3 p. L., and prayermeeting Tuesday i .me of us, a ho have ben Hall u .n and
**ftows at 3 o'clock. I wi,,o would vote fuir hiu as ls.nx :t, lh- 1i.e' A
caCandidate-. have k-en cqan-ilerini t- h sitii'i,-n-
Photo Gallery Reopened brought :ttbut iy his d..-iiinatiuon i. ,oi again
I for ti <-spiellevor. and utow d- Mr. H. Faust, the photographer, has Philip Wright for the .!. Young
returned to Titusville and is now ready Wright i'. -pabhi.. hounet asiiD :.nt tive tothie-
for all work in that line at the Taylor people and will make a -fr.l- asn, 1.-ti.-i, nt otti-
gallery, onJuia street. Crayon, pastel. -,cr. I_ i.' It tT-.
war eolor and oil paintings given' Fr a
Fprapt attention and at lowest prices For Sale
e intentt with good work. 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at
$5.UO per pair, if taken at 2 months old,
The Alpine Hotel i now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire
tuvi, Fla., F.I A. TLesey, man- i brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in
.m ( On the European plan-furn E.B. ARNOLD.
S rooms and quick lunch. Cen-E Malabar, Fla.
rally located. WO CASH.
A cool drink at a cool place at : Itot NSaci r s of aml gi.gh land on
MANDY' the eas or oc~aiu side of the Indian river
at the Narrowr, described as follows: Lot.
NoS ery Stock or. Sale No. 3, wctiUon 35, also lot No. 3, w ction,
Soc gw on 36, ,in township 31 south, range 39 eat.S1
itrn stock grown on high pine Th, land Unitupeoveol iuit firnly o-.
l=u&. Indian River Nurseries, estab-: ated. For forth. r particular* addree I|
Ikhed 188. Send for eatalogue. E. M. Low. I
teedo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Brockton. Mass.


LATEST NEIS

AID IICIDEMTS

hfnil nl ftapkl W Nlmph ttW
Tm --n aBm Trn
Try Heath & Co. forfreshJerseybut-
ter and eggs.
Mr. John W. Taylor, of Cocoa, was
in town Tuesday.
Rooms to rent, furnished and unfurn-
ished at Mrs. A. B. Dodson's.
Beautiful display Sw smma- and Nov-
sLTmes. TrrusvLLu PHAmmmACY.
Mrs. Jack Begg and little on Alfred
left yesterday ternoon for a visit with
relatives in Jacksonville.
Mrs. F. H. Honghton has joined Dr.
Houghton in Daytoua, after a pleasant
visit in her Westerville, Ohio home.
Mr. Baggert has disposed of his house
and lot in North Titusville to Mr. Stew-
art, the former owner, and moves to
Jacksonville today or tomorrow.
The new Tribune bicycle drawn for
Tuesday night, raffled off by Mr. W. T.
Matters, was won by Prof. Joe Field-
ing, who is quite proud of his wheel.
A large and representative audience
listened to Dean Robottom, on Monday
evening last in the auditorium at Mel-
bourne, deliver a lecture on "Joan of
Arc."
Commodore J. H. Allen has ordered
a forty-five horsepower Sterling engine
for his racing boat, the Secret, which
will take part in all the events in the
coming motor boat carnival except the
contest for the Allen trophy. The en-
gine is to be shipped by express at once
to Jacksonville.

FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Cotton batting, 10 and 15c. Air guns
Shetland floss and knitting worsted
Talking machine tickets with every
Cash purchase. Records and machines
exchanged for tickets
Carpet sweepers Art squares
CHASE. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34

Death of James Carlile
James Carlile died at his home just
west of town Sunday morning about
7 o'clock from cancer of long stand-


Special Sale at Iine's'LOCAL GOSSIP
"* ""I = i* AlD PRISONAJU
MoN Y, JAN. 27, 1908.
Linen torchon lace and insertion imtmlg amt thesle of thN-
to match, special 5 cents per yard. n --._
Embroideries, worth 25 and 35 AllUa TUN Cm am f
cents, special 1% and 15 cents per Mr. E. L. Ba left for Jack-a.m
'White Marsulane bed spreads, ex-r
. .... .. .. .. Tu'.i ou bui trp nto tn W sa
tra wie, with W.M, special 1.'4' We__sda._
Good quality yard wide un- Mrs. William E. Salt, of Cin.as
bleached domestic Monday's special, arrived Thmrsdayof last week e a vAi
12 s for SL to ber fiend, Mrs. C. B. Kingim.
S linen in navy blue, light bhue Mrs. M. L Wetmore left last Sna
and in 'natural color l cents day for Jacksonville tospeda few
per yard, width 36 y topda
Ladies' redymade drawers, made with hr fried r. We .
of an excellent quality of domestic, Dr. J. Daniel is preparing to bs
with tucks and heititcehing, special several cottages in concrete blocks ea
29 cents per pair. his property fronting on Palm street.
Ladies' nightgowns, made of a Have you tried Heath & Co. for
good quality of domestic, trimmed ave you tried Heath Co. -
with torchon lace or embroidery., eies "Popular prices" is their mottbe
special 59 cents each. and popular they are-Lowest primes n
White nainsook, specially good for town.
fine underwear, special 15 cents per -The cold wave arrived last night and
yard. the thermometer was down to 40 this
White Linino, specially good for morningwithastrong northwestern blow-
shirtwaists and shirt waist suits, 36- na o w -
inches wide, special 15 cents per yard. ug.
White pearl buttons in all sizes, Mr. G. C. Battle expects to move into
special 8 cents per dozen, his new residence, just south of the cor-
Lace curtains, 3 yards long, beau- porate limits of the town and right on
tiful designs, worth $2.50, special the river bluff, very shortly.
Boy's knee pants, made of a fine The auxiliary schooner yacht Eleanor
quality of hard finished worsted, left Tuesday morning for Daytona.
sizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. This yacht has recently been fitted with
Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, a 12h. p. Lathrop double cylinder motor.
vici or gun metal, worth $3.00, spec- Mrs. F. S. Battle and Miss Annie Nor-
ial $2.49. New spring styles. wood were initiated into the mysteries
Mail orders promptly filled on any of the order of the Eastern Star last
of the above goods Tituville. Tuesday. We understand another can-
Juus KuNE, tsvlle. didate will be initiated at the next met-


Wedding Bells at Indiinol
Invitations have been received at this
office and by friends of the contracting
parties in this section to the wedding of
Mr. Walter Sweeney and Miss Jessie
Clifford Sanders, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. H. Sanders, which will take
place in the Baptist church, at Indianola,
on Wednesday next, Jan. 29th, at 10 a. m.
Miss Sanders is the youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mr Ms. Those. H. Sanders, one
of the pioneer residents of Merritts Is-
land, and she has a host of friends up
and down Indian river who will heartily
congratulate Mr. Sweeney on winning


Miss Bertha Oliver, of Jacksonville,
after visiting at Miami with her friuds,
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson, arrived
Wednesday afternoon for a visit here
with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager. Miss
Oliver is the daughter of Mr. L. C. Ol-
iver, of Jacksonville, who was formerly
a resident of Titusville and at that time
was one of our most prominent citizens
and business men. Miss Oliver gradu-
ated last spring from Brenau Female
seminary, Gainesville, Ga.
10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for
sale. J.R. WALKE.


ing. Deceased was buried Monday such a lovely young lady for his bride. Steam Yacht Natomah
in LaGrange cemetery. W. 0. W. -- The steam yacht Natomah, of Chicago.
Titusville camp No. 141 went to the Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals which is making the round trip down
house in a body and accompanied the For the week ending Jan. a the St. Lawrence and down the Atlantic
remains to the church atMLaGrange. W S Beaslev, Jacksonville; W H coast and around by the gulf and up the
where the funeral service was held Miller, Lloyd, Florida; MrsC F nightssand remained heruntile Sunday.st FPilot
by Rev. Wm. Stones, after which the Vaille, Miss Vaile, F T Vaile, Port- Murray Lourcey brought the boat from
Woodmen conducted the last sad land, Me; M S Kory, New Orleans; New Smyrna to this place and had all
rites at the grave. The floral con- Lucas B Johnson, Atlanta. Ga; M he wanted to get through the canal, a.
tributions were profuse. Deceased Gundershume, New York: D W Car-, the boat draws close to 5 feet. The Na-
leaves a wife and several children. peter. Jacksonville; S N Green and i tomah is 90 feet over all, 17 feet beam.
wife. Sharpes; Jos. Murphy, New' Mr. Shuler and wife, of Chicago,. ac-
Indian River Hotel Arrivals York; RH Coxe. Clarence Loyd. Lake companies by his son, were on boan'.
For the week ending Jan. "-3 Helen; O0M Bonar. Jacksonville;W BeggarWPrinceOperaCompan)
L C Seaton. Louisville. Ky: C W W Christian, Oklahoma City; E A
Nelson, St Louis: A B Floyd. Orlan- Kinney. Jacksonville: C E Saunders Prince pera are always by the
do; G C Morgan. Valdosta. Ga: L E Indiana: H A Corneele, Miss Cornele, Prince Opera '. art always i
Rollins. Bonsal. N C; Dr E E Rollins. Worlstock. N B Canada; Jacques E and are presented by a clan c- f
Ft Pierce, Fla: L H Moore. Memphis. (Greenhwrger. A Green. New York ladies and gentlemen.
Tenn: E A Stead. Atlanta: W F Pom-; City: F C Cochran, Palatka, Fla; J H On Feb. 3rd this company will
eroy, St Louis: Mrs J W Grippen: Kiick, T J Register. Latham. Ill; Mrs I present at the Titusilleh opera hou-"
Edward Brannan. Orlando; ETSaun- F E Spooner. Miss Spooner, Monita, Sraid Pasha alnt the beast ,nusicual t-i
person, Minneapolis. Fred A. Ander- p'a: E J A Drnn. l)unmmunitt Grove; tertainment of the season is guarat
son. Chicago: L T lobe. Rockledge: A M Wing. Jacksonville; E W Clif- te-, by the manager.
John Henry. City; R H Seymour. Mi- ton. Miami; C E (Clveland and wife, SIkcial scenery is ued for each and
ami; C J Handy, Newark. N J; Dr College Corn-r. Ohio; J W M.Na- evry act. with gorgeous costumes
R T Bishop. Bridgeport. Conn; C E mara. Fort Pierce. Fla; E A Grigsbyv and a Lbauty chorus of pretty girl
Lucas. Merritt. Fla; M L O'Brien, Louisville, Ky; A W mnith. City: W wno can sing and dance.
Goshen. N Y: J C Duane. F E C; C E C Knight. Atlanta; J S-chr -eiier. rv- r Harry Lea Vell. the ,airing
Workman. Charleston. S C; E B Pat- idence. R I; OJ Hamil. Jr. Americus. tenor, is well known te ,ur- mus-i
rick, G T Tyler. Roseland; J R Chur- Ga; R H Bonnet, Atlanta; Mr and lovers and will at heard in .-eraIl
hill, Chicago; W F Pomeroy. St Lou- Mrs F V Gaines. New York; A C new -ilis. The. c,,mjpan'Y iI mucie
is: J C Henderson, Jacksonville. Martin. H C Futch. Jacksonville; S better than last .sas.n an, larg.r.
-. J- Hunter. New York; H SaOra, k, Our people will appre.-iate the return
A cool! drink at a co l place at Baltimore; H C Minecree. lPeter- of this excellent company an.! .ive.
MANDY'S. burg. Va; R E Parker, Atlanta. them a full house on Feb. :;rd.
FoS Reserved seats on sale in due time
Wood or Sale Valuable Real Estate For Sale at Branning's Clothing, Store.


Pine or oak. any length. Also plow-
ing and harrowing. See or address J.
W. Jamison. 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.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRIFFIS,
Shiloh, Fla.


Five acres, beautiful building site.
fronting 105 feet on west bank of :..r
famed Indian river. 1;4 miles south of
Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sall- .lMa-
gruder. Box 125. Orlando. Fla.


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Shoermaker and repairer, all work rirst
class and guaranteed. Next door to
Carruther-s barber shop. Julia street.
Titusville.


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A Fatal Mistake. the hall and then into the dining room shot had been fired. The services of Attacked by An Otter. |coming exhausted f.u- ::.
A Jacksonville young man. Pearli.' Moo.y '; **:~n- f.om his roou .- ". ", : .. .-- .-:. .,-. .. i P'unta Gorda Herald.. i elIed for hii, Co.i .i.: .-
"of."the city wate; zi Mo, ha' ded in.-;J'hnt: .-n aih I i ,.'.- *. .
Moody, an employee of the citv water; a-uhh ,. ,irh n and onto th 'T. M. .' Koon,. our popular local ; -i ""
The bullet lodgtrf,! in tie b:- ': **;;..,. ;. ,* i .
works dep'-tment. was mistaken fo. .-ti ;port h. .he 't shoulder. stiking a vi*ai ;.a. :- k,...:i, had a singular and rathe- .killed the
a burglar and shot and killed Tuesday Accto.'i:.- :o Poppell he passe.! th a st iii. :: -s; :.n i-','len',r- last Friday. He
night by his first cousin. August P. e- "he in;i::- inomn. and opening th.-e 'oo .. d.. Po... hi .. '" w*,ods with two me .
pell. Moody was a boarder at Poppell's -adin; t, t:0e re-,r poch. he siaw f.e t nkista- he h I ..e h e ". : *' '.'.-', when onf iof i'
house. As told by the Times-Union .,,nm *.f .i man. The n.an. who prov- a ,a he, anl faj, ... a I, .'. .
the household retired about 9:30 an- dl to be young Moody. had a revolver '.., ;, s u:..,A ::
an hour later were awakened by the his hand ::. ; af:er *xclaimir- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a .Safe : W- hnt,:a af-er I e er ',i u :: ;r
barking of dogs in the back yard. Mrs. -' Who is th:-re" Po'ppel! fired one sho: Medicine for Children ei !,' orne *:is't ".- a ..: .; ,
Poppell awakened her husband anJd As soon as he was truck by the bu! n, .i : upon a l.s :-. o. t ,u.'.< -. .n : Vo i,,4 *.,:
told him that burglars were in thet! ..t Moody ran hack through the kitch :' an: nt. *. : h: .l *-lt' s,' :
house and informed him that his revol- -n into his beiroom and crying: "-My .ai: ... .. R a..a ..: :..:" ::": .i ;: ::i-; d hm h.
er wsa on the machine. She asked God. rIm shot., sank to the floor and1 .fr rm, .. a'. :..:" ..' : f h:, cL:v.-,..h:, '.e ;,-> soca.-iq A
him to be careful and not take a light expired. : it w i '.i... ,. hi i:tt-.t a.s f ;s *'J.C : .
in looking for the supposed burglars By this time Poppell had run back c-,gh. esuid-. cr. Pial. "at..,. .Aiu.... ia c(k .l, (*<. !s.rwe th. a:' ::- ."1 s ;o oth. :'" ,i"
Mr. Poppell and his wife, as well as Into his room and opening the door and t,,e I b t ,,,I .. ,. : ,,. ". ;v:;. : :'].-ing f :e;,- A' t iti, .y : "-"s.
young Moody, had rooms on the lower leading to Mood'ys room he at once grii for tie .-t t ea-e Ii :- r.,,: ..,;v a .'. Mr. K T ln was simliky ente:rtaii, lhi g of th- .. exits 1 n -
floor, a faet, the rooms were adjoining realizedd his terrible mistake, and pick-' .rltaiii irt- for u-r..,;.. r u:. ~hi n .*i.- !. :t th- ,::r. : ;. .-tt. soin hie e A Menorble Day
It is very evident that young Moody ed up the young man and placed him !t qn a. t?.-,-r,,upy .I *;.;-. It: au I ied wih his wp f tl, s.n A,- ,, : ,
gi.-rfe t h e att a m-k WV I ,- ji I I, ,. l :- ,i e" w i h h is w h ; 1, Wi ll r4-, t-A.- t -i f
heard the same noise as did Mrs. Pop- on the bed. He then ran across the1uiAt ,aIl6Uer.1.!- wis,,-:h t... ,.. v.- to.k;:1 k the ;in!-n'* He bela!r P'-a .-. A at atsI, : .,ll
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POppel passed out of his room Into scene within a few minutes after the Pharmiacy. turn to the attack until Mr. Koon, L- ,l. ille I'l aiiit:..


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