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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:
February 7, 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

Notes

Abstract:
Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
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:
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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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FLORIDA STAR


TITUBVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1908 NO. 48

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lTe Qulren Qoity Shoes LATEST 11S Special Sale at [line's LOCAL GOSSIP

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Aft Mom t. Wor md a l aa i l.s iMbe ady hk s i sW tet the hate t sIt le of tidi a I
witbr~rw kYO"nad neckwear, side and back combs mid
Se t We we a mre with Bet Fresh Wma's u J York by expr, Srehead cabbge plants for
J. WaLsm. im every dtiaieitheir rep- Titvifle Pharacy. White India lawn. extra qulitJy, a le. J. W.au
Sa wnl t to St. Au s tatimn grow every day. M th ByelesftSmy afternoon worth 25 ent, Monday's special 19 Valentine and post cardst the N
Q"Wl< l ur~ity will retain its for Jaci e wh e i tae a~ents per ya. eity Stare. I. M. DoMoi .
Sloer than any other ready course o study rad another lot worth cent for Mr. W. Rabun Battle entertained a
A l Tiufi p eeM 1cy. t e -t. Tryi tof Deoa Rbobotom will delivw a are IAnoeum, in beautiful inlaid pat- number of hr friends at her residen
sfuwd apclt to a Leve e not of oxfords in the opea hooe Friday night at teras, special 59 cents per square on Pala street Friday night oflast wek,
A m SM t Lake bl to us Lm.y o'eloek. Subject"JanD'Arc." Price yd complimentary to her friend, Mi Tar-
liaoraao. o e we p of tickets: Adults 5 eaets, aediirnlO White Marselaise bed spreads, ex- ver, from Georgia, who is here on a few
S mei. auls books, 1 ta. aeta. For the belt oftheV. L A. tr wide, worth V.50, special 1.4. weekm' vriit.
SWINSTON S. BRANNING ar Itoet t celebrated Good ailahit of yr wide secod
T- g eIa, Cseot and i.sht The Glothip Store hi ninth anniesary Saturday d e- foat hand Rider-Eriasonair engine. Wi
iL L Tauvioil ol ri d tertaind a large number of hi little rea. linen in navy blue, light blue bu ay iel or rubbish suh as can beu
S K T. MWt.IL trtaimed te fribah with a party at the Prithett and in natral color. special cents picked up in orange groves. Just the
r n I1 1 M l I Iar pIeiars ridmee, in BSth Titurvils. per yl, width 6 inches thig for irrigtion. Apply or address
lr m AnW Eoy.le Eucre Patly M. B. B 6 of Cnt y White naismook, specially good for STAm office.
~min l- llt C, ies.ia i Dai Br charmi.ngl.y paid TW Bus iie a p-least call fme underwear, special 15 cents per After pending a little over a week i
S o W. Weed reaived a womltained a large number of her friends Moday while in town for a day ors. y ite Linino p ll good for Titsvie, Mise Berth Oliver ret ed
e .at a f. su w drier t Friday evening in honor of Mis Mr,. LaRoche is e of the pie si and si su to her home in Jacksonville lst Satur-
arsrtickig hin betweo Mabel Berge, of New Smyrna, who dents of Maritta Ilaid ad a .cee- inchewie, specal centper yd. day, hving visited with Mr. and M
Naarroly. Narrow pe foim was visiting Mrs. D. B. Pritchard fal orange growe White pearl buttons in all sizes, E. B. Wager at thi plaee, and with
lio s here. Mr. T. A. Perry of Decatur, Ga. ad special cente per doen. friends in Miami since the rst part of
h Ite ar t, me of the mot Prog e emhre ws enjoyed his two daugters, Wiie and Alie, Laee crt 3 yards long, beau- December.
tiful designs, worth $2.50, speal Mrs S B. Rlathhun o purchaed the
*r m d tlc compem that tlttm immenely by all till late in the eve- Eam to T tiU Weueda to sped .. S. B.
rl( will play three nght ing. and Mi Frankie Stewart ar- the cold mtb Mr. erry would like Boy' knee pants. made of a line north half of the Pritchett river front
w kin h ltheeKsleopea hm e red off the firt pie aovely had- to boy a place hee with Rome orane ity of hard n worstied, 1ot' SouthTitille. withan option
-1 Y ily rid d SatrMday, P k f. Mr. Brt Ives and M tree on it for a winter home. i 5tol6,special cent per pair. on the other half, which ha a frontage
-I Fildh ad 6UtL Frr p ie Mr. Befrt ve and Mr. B. C. Sayder, aoempa by his L. ies' oxfords in patentleather, of 10 feet. She expects to have a file
.tht.. Frank SkIMIs tied for the rgentleme sister-in-law. Mi Ruth Blarier, of vie org n metal, worth $3.00, spec- concrete cottage ereted on this prop-
w i bheauty thibak tor friend Mr. MSI proving the lucky one w York, and r f d, M Hover al New spring styles. erty this summer.
r .L mh. fp w tti frmme asterling key ring, e d gthe winter with re-o oe d I Ny eN T y. Fe. 13th, The Fo ur
tW b hdelos stwb- Mi Brady then prsented Mis Ber- ties at Coon, canmeup from that plce JU s KLINE, Titusville. Pikerts will begin athree nights' en-
lsM yamamf .mlg Thywe mvry the guest of honor, witha yesterday in hi smallest launch and gagementat this place in the opera
edla Ml.tCfi- g a somes- daintyhand painted fan. pent several hour viewing our city d RiveHotel rivals oe. Don't misseeig thisexcellent
I q elt ~' l g allfriits." Delicioarefreshientswereserved ad also shopping. company, Blanche Pickert in the lead-
lt-d btheweat, by Mi-Bnrady amd Mim Berge, after The Four Pickerts is a guarantee of For th wek edin Feb. ing role. Tickets at Branning's Cloth-
SSl lay foed its way into whie the good byes all were aid. good entertainment dramatic li. F P Ziy, Oak Hill: W G Bickell, ing Store, reserved seats cents, gen-
flll time. On Monday morning having spenta most lovely evening. This company will positively appear at Philadelphia; WI Metalf, West Palm eral admission 50 cents and children 25
Sths monsyfllas lows35degrees at the Titusville opera house Thursday, Beach; CL Kingsberry, N Y; ECEn- cents.
Mthe p ,l but a dmge wu done by Palmbust Hotel Arrivals Friday and Saturday of next week. Re- dicotts, B BBiddle, Milwaukee, Wis; We are more than pleased with the
a a the widkeptbwgllaight. For the week endig Feb. 6 served seats on sale in due season at John J Hennessey, St Louis; FE Rou- promptness of our subecriber in renew-
ldameletheneuryatoodt8 Emma New, Woodbury.Ten- Branning's Clothing Store. Reserved millt, So E Co; H DeHomey, Lou-ing their subscriptions They come
L foedbyllo w am wer uer t ssee; TH GH min, Atlanta- O M s eat Sctgent, rladmissionlicents isville, Ky: R H Seymour, Miami; stedily n by every mail. A former
;H Gunnn Atnle anta; M and 0 hM a ehilrn ee R ts mreoident of this place, now of Hastings.
rc Notes Bonar, Jakonville; Geo C Matson, George P Gardner. Kissimmee; C write as follow: "Please reew my
W hington; FG Smith, New York The Beggar Prince Opera pr Rolliuw and wife, Pontiac, 111; ECG subsecription toTHESTAR for one year.
S t ill oiatin St. rpWh SprtedSaidPashaattheTitosvilleO r Bigelow. St Louis; Rev L T lobe. We m.st have Tot ST to get the
able h eh r, fitarille, n y JR nap, White Springs, Fla House Mony nilghttoacrowdedho se. Rockledge; Col EW Parkhurst. New news from home.
Feb. t 11, andin Wright, DeLiad; L Weiss, Atlanta; The play was excellent in every detail
at ad in eo at 70 p. m. OJHemertJr, Americls, Ga; C A the compny won the highet approval York CS Sanderson, H D Knight, Mr. Van Shnru, of Columbus. Ohio.
sar imseat the Presbyterian Miles Jackonville; L Wells, Michi- of ail. The next attraction will be the Seneca Fals, N Y; PS Wetmore, and Miss Bertha Burton of Middleport,
e t lay, preachinaatl p. mnd gan; Mr and Mrs Van Shrumm, Col- Four Pickarts Co., which plays here Atlanta; T A Lake, Limona, Fla; J H Ohio, were married at the Methodist
m dajy ebool at 3 in the aftereoon. umbus, Ohio; W Cox and wife, New Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next Rathbun, Clyde, N Y; E T Hodgkins, parsonage Titusville Monday afternoon
Pry setib at 3 o'clock Tuesday af- York; E Merris, I Rudisill, M Irving, week. New York; Ed C Sheahan and wife, at 3 o'clock by Rev. S. P. McCall. pas-
tvam* H LeaVelle, Earnest Lewelling,Beg- Mr. G. C. Battlemoved Monday from Chicago; J G McCullough. Indianap- tor of the M. E. church. The ceremony
Dma Robotmmideliveringa eura garPrince Co;A M Wing, Bayard; the Robbins cottage, on Washington olis, Ind; John L Taylor, Jackson- was witnessed by the pastor's wife.
of et this winter in St. Gabriel Geo S Singleton, New Orleans; J J aveue into the new cottage just built ville; H R Worthington, Lexington.rs McCall., and Dr. S. Daniel.
m nTtpomille, on'Th Hloml Wm nd The g is I
mtmt fm th Boo.oT Cermea Pry- Sharp, White Springe; FE Roumillat, for him on the river bluff near the mill Ky; 0 B Floyd. Orlando;: W H Coil, The erom is as expert at slack rope
er." teheilaallarterasiaee dlek tre Sanford, Fla; E J A Drennen, Dum- f the Titasville Lumber Co. We hear NewYork; H E Robinson, New York; alking, hoo ang throwingnd al
n. NfrdFI JAD York; DthenFe hoops and deoe trick bicycle rid- -m
F y in he church mitt Grove; HE Langdon, Cincinna tht another cottage w be built short- j M Turner, Jr. Jacksonville; J B ig. The newly narried couple will
ti; SuL Brown, St Augustine: BBLa- Thisll mke for . e. ottCgeron the Ja iacksonville; Cu ter, tour d.wn the est coat.
Imporant Notice, Men and Boys Roche, Courtenay; J R Miot, Indian- rier bluff recentl built in tha Jacksonville; T E H 'arkuw Jao. r. Ju iu Kline left Sunla fer N,
river bluff recently built in that part of MiehJD.-t Kline ler he l fit fr
Do not fail to visit our store next ola; E B Arnold. Malabar; 0C Rob- town, which eems to be rapidly coming Mich: ) Endictt. Philaellphia; F A Yok, where he -ill spend tfi e we-k i
ToI day, Feb. U1th. We will have eson, Avilton, Md; L R Phillips, Miss to the front. Forbes. Chicago; A E Pattiss. HkO- aking purchaso ,f sprinc andsun mr,
with os Mr. J. M. Shea, representa- C Gardner, Sanford; J A Crews, Fla ton, Masa ; LT Al-rn, New York; FH gois. Titusvill, can justl be l 1,r n
tie of Ed. V. Price and Co., the Times Union; Mr and MrsWA Bald- Fine Monday Offerings of Men's Brauton. New York: LA Fleming, of this store which is pr ouncs- d
t tailoring house in the U win, Arlington Heights, Mass; Mrs Clothing Peoria. Ill; Robt And-rso Minnrarr ople from other states. a. lla,
Who will have on exhibition five hn- an ec -le h u ,
edlarge spring and summer amn- Estey. London; R A Conkling, Till- The man who wants to brighten oli. not excelled by any o.prani on i ie
p Calland letstakeyourmeas- n; oss DrennenFirak Al up hiswardrobe can do it now at ver oh,-, earst coast. Nt:uthh-tanding te
p Call eustakeyourmeas- man; Ross Drennen FairbanksA little Stylish splendidly mde The Largest Buck of the Season hinamial stringenty M. Klin's busit
Sfor your a mmer suit. ka; Daniel R Rimd wie, Hirmin- A. B. Kirscheaum suits and oercoat Dr. J. S. aniel, accmpanies by o hu :ntiud t upard stead
It not realy for suit just now, call hm J S D n I ao airbaIk s hAs fi ltr ,,v-d ,ti.
d make your seetion, an have White, Alanta; Hil- in these reducd price group: .
and make your select when wan have inger, St. Augustine: C( A Reese Black oxford ant i fancy mixre rs. e shs Dreene ,of Fairbanks. g- th. As forther .ide-. h of tbh,
WINrON S. BRANNING, and ife, CE Robinson and wi ofe. everceolot 1 5.t>M All 5 Alaska, and-his nephewHarry 'h l th h-i l re in-
much more. IClucky. ,f Kant., la.. rrturn:rd lusCt I (renal xith the ginnihr |*
The Clothing Store Hinsdale Mass; T A Perry. Winnie Mens sack suits of fancy cheviots, ISatu.-'l frm an extended hunting t month, khich i the best 1f c il,",.
Perry, Alline Perry, Decatur, Ga; A black th bets and untinished worsted a g tp f a frishing bu;n1.g
Steaded Sewing Machine B Vance, F W Johnson, Jacksonville; at $10.0 to $15. ihg t Lake Wider,
The btae h ad htest runnion the Scheffel Wright LoIuisville K,, E A Men's fancv and white ests.of the oinsett. Washingt.n ad in Os()ti .a l:;RNITURE. IRR Y IGoos, DSI SHlIE.
mat, doe stM chain end loc N th h W L ivin', i; regular t.5Oi to .ti.tl grades. now at county. Messr. Drennen andl Me- Shrtland fl.-. Gtrtnaiofi n. Sa\on
Oltheeahinr. Cn hfunibdMcLan, Jr. NY: W LEy as wif, ach. Cluskydiverted thes.elve with nih- .s n d himnc,
with ofitr rotary orvibrating shuttle. New York: D N Carpenter.Jks, m ing ile the in;str and g- ...... rt,,. I: ol: r-s,".t:.g-
Spot cm p or easy istallment ville; Miss Alice Tuftey, Rome. N Y- Panlhursts increasing Popularity ended sti t the d game. lIrar ,:ir ,,
Inma t lYMusic House. CESaunders. Orlando, Fla Palmhurst has been filled to the j doctor excelled himself in bagginga I f an '. "
--- lurvtll, 1. For Sale limit the entire week and several al- li0-pound, five-lorong buck and in ('HA t' ..'"' P'h.,1 ;
Photograph Gallery Bj a. oining cottages were called into re- killing the limit of quail (.o ech a r i ., -
Goto Fau t ph grpher, o $a.n s t ol qat iquisition to assist in lodging its nu- day. Each and every one ,,f the l dri a
Ja tra rto hoto. All now about 6 weeks old; alsoi6 Berkshire merous guests. Dr. Daniel, the own- party ,a entirely plased ithr
we H elm and promptly attnded brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in er. says he will add thirty rooms trip. enjoying the delightfu! -l n y d a
Ca ntel. water clors and ne cnditio. Address Iand fine weather. Messrs. Dr-mnen anted
il peintings a pecialty. E. B. ARNVLD. i more for the coming season, and McClusky will spend next t .i itr 0n- hnirced Lasirr he .. smal z.... d
Malabar. Fla. in Titu-ville. !-oil.rs. e's.s "utrY pr.hc. sh o ni
The Alpine Hotel -- A cool drinkat acool place at gamn. at Palmh~irt 'hotu. Titualill.
Titusvile, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- D. Pacgnana -MANDY'S Draying
On the European plan--furn- IShoemaker and repairer, all ork rtt. For Sale Cheap For Cash
rmS and quick lunch. Cen- cls and guaranteed. Next door to Orange and Grapefruit Trees is alto haulng f all inm I- '-h ad
atfi oeaded to. ]esrth rtraen? 1 1' A lb o o, acre- ,f gf od high al n]d u .
troy located. eitheis baber shp Julia strt Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. on high E. E. HVL, th ea-ster scean stide.f the Indian rive,
_rgery__ rcTiturvil. Go n It. lF. rbbesTr t ast N t.-, dsenhcd I ei forise
Nus----7 -tc fo "Sale ] --7 fer 1hickory hammock. Free from white Tiussill.. l. at ths Narruws, s kr-rbedt atfollo,
SNunergy Stok[ fr IeL for S8a 1fly. One year to two year old buds. i LoN :o, sectio : alsolst 'Ne. so, -
Cft stock grown on high pine leyrr.- tercev .. hin-r I-hr I RPices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-; Wood For Sale ltin in townships 31 south, range
Il m I sdi anBiverNuraerie~eatab- a. w.t ers. w.t .*... Ti. 'I:.:s.i i ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill, pi, or ola. any iregth. AL-c low- lan .ai-l. Fr ,nrther barticm ht ln,
SsI 13l. Smnd for aealaoeer I N. %1 ,w".le "T Ls-, ''rs 'tation. J. W. GRImS, ng and harroweing. See or add L .- E. M. ow.
|3e.o and West Palm Beac Fl. feh e tic m eld-r 31. P. o sn.t1 Shiloh. Fla. WJamison, Titusille. Fla. Brc-kton, Mas.

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AN O*t e d try eethe Iw ]. mr e d extr*a dtieoi. oneas D. lr ed R s t 1 hi
At r lsT, l w s. t m was onemly a few mostin kago. Today tegeral t hhe o laets. Mr. La o
mA1tLa. L Pe k & ts Wa I meorrly eMry waaper in the, ane- ignt t the &al~y deid rt.e.t at
IW ri- h t su t h e r s I s o a g d e bar tme t t s
a 0I or Iathe Ae*. tr1y, eventhe metropolitan dailie, i.sthe goveramen deparnt or ari
si oA e oat Ihes reailr aouindg it odl the splendid re- aclture arrived on t he Lmoringe tf raian
Sa 1iae .t b0l ato at Be 18 la lhie le d. It lao simple that anid me il the party at ah IrqoOgl
Sae t atrom e by rs at a mW e. oan prepare it at hob a at -Minae Metopelot t
- M~fal Imtut peat *e Ti 'e.ptiongi.prdrolaif. r ve Baking Pow der
14at t and ft eletion ti M ar, mior11id mrat daoamllon, J. D. fra, recently conviated of
iet t t~ellu that Ithe were 1sei t b u Comn ?er l. Ln yembt eatsitg several mtoue tded a esd r
aa tt o eesaoo catomd s e r Irm the SeaboarI r Line vaa way S= T a
egaMmie a Hleiet s ia e ompooustr Mi s hotrnee whin i nnalle a ent at P lant Ci ty, ha bee
a a ar a senteneed by Judge Homes C. Gordeo
ib Id~g nimes are experies-ate l tae criminal court at Tmp to
U a...b.h tm o th eer mm at time. In. ars ne eetrvi p. friako InsUtres healthf ul and
rw Tuel TMth ae all simple ingredienA, adtorneys eay make s appe a to the i CioUS fd1o 101 vary
h am t teMeaos aice I1M and kig absolutely h hole State supreme court.
Smd the beut In psints o0 eele. remedyb at little ca. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thagard of Noy me
ryas tbe e. RhematiamN a everoy one knows, Alaska. who are spendag the wlter
Its hbMtfal Jewish syraete loa It llo ipom of deranged kirneyg. the Ta mp say. havl ng arrived s, e o t
Jamlntl s be purae by It isem a condition producedby thefail- eral days ago, spent aesterday site-
Sthe sUllaeM si elists fr ofe UN O ate kidneys to properly filter roon seeing the city in one of the big
the JSwlak emaresseuan is ow pian r strain froom the blood the urie acid a",ns o the hote l Mr. Therarnd I
ala s et a nw slsae to cost and other matter, which, if not eradi- cre on the lucky on" e In the Alaska
n a t three thouud ud cirted itkerin the huine or through and P riseo.-n tie Tribi Un e._
Sth ath t te the pores ise in the blod, t t m a a S Th W ipment N l Stoe 4000 cks of spirits of turpentle.
. t toa B an of c m forms nLLt t he saje atfew yers. He ha The Penaaa orresndent of the *he latter aregated over 200,W gat
Sas e chaged to te ejoantndmoalescauingtheuntold r oL the snest collectien erof ne- TomesUnon. under date "o Satnrday lns and 1. itelf has a nvalateo 01
ml Niol Bank of rackplevin, m the r ro bar eroy ofr tresl ai the world, several beIng o ay: What Is claimed to be the ver $100000. The stemer arrive
eta n he e ofsie as to contain from $ to largest single caro of nvl stores to heere abont lve day ro from -
tit al 1 M tita tillon tho pole W s plrescriptin isat Greell rtho e old ea r destroyed ah e sent ont from of pot left ere na cnsed to the compny, a
the A r al lnttls th e t re W i, presciption i said to be a rs e an w t of th e bo e hs t dded otoday on the t tea er C oi tthl thi spae of time tmh w ien -
TI*h m .-th Peterabud he p alin. lasigathered ro in heita sma hi dIamond. aot f, at more for Hambrg. The shipment od cargo of naval tores w ed
Thetat BonrtmgWih taiie c to the aidndys, oneletly lrge show the far e inas by the Amerriean Naval Stores Co, ed the steamer cleaed and tartes
IodeeMd b the citty n ie e, alme tht timmmedite re- hich the gold from which he formerly e Shtter ompany and fa thi afte The total l-
a SM has bh eoslted d sure ows lin all forms of bldder and ori-Te l fortune wo brought th ompred 20,000 rrels io rla and nation of the cargo nearly $200,000
a population of three a- t thouad and n tr bl hen e wa at- rou an d o atreams fertilizig, heavy raI







sta. taey wiThin beis a cewayses atlcked by Pittsa. ho ad a nf ad r te rt erre n a i
in ho ssbly week. They will hau bad cut th r people rin a lendingher oNew
h ort aPaw a the oiutry eo i the dirnae ada to l. 0. A. STEWART ESt prI tan bee
two and a haf years aga-crer a of many patent medicine. tdad DURU, AGcM?
* lf==at Last Saturday there were ahippe* Bmieeillf, A-N
MI W. Uter Was in St. Petersburg MUR6aRER KILLED. from Starke 0 crates ad 23 quarts of O A
Satura tr inlarand sea-Tropic at the trest berri e ha. ALL KINDS ALSO CRATE MATERIAL
Mi d-Witer Iair sme solks of strbll FI.n A Who Assaulted Florida Woman tuby and A. J Underh ll sen oe peton on h e ord


waealk for mee Mr. Uner sad t suspicion of beoing ,the murderer hre last fidry.
coast him 15 cesta egallon to Wroe Missn Serena Allen at Greenvillk The cold weather destroyed man I represent some Of the leading
et for thd. Mr. s hmit d o gtr me wll c
the yrp. d ftues that the .e I it, was hot to death Saturday night, erries and most of the bloom, thus de. manes of the world and any of Il li
aetted him over P00-St. Peternbaur The particulars as gathered from an l aing heavy shipments for some tme. le aful attdt TITUVILL, FLORID
Inadepeanent. re-witnes, are that the crowd ha But Mone of the growers seem to bel
Mr. 0. Wright, of Washingtaon igthered around the calaboose whera discouraged over it as, besides for oth-
whoIsthe speritendent o the gor- ittsmanwas tedwhete deputy reasons, it s thought the latter ST SU Y
eratheat ae urve now golng r' erlf ordered them away. The crowd I1 leings o berries will be of aqu ality ___________
ano left Monday with his corps of an.- weot 0o and the sherl went tinide t iter able to stand shipping, as on ar
iMr., oJ ASke Okeethobee via Ja to get the onegm out, when he was at- loout of late fertilizing, heavy rains DEALERS IN
'tar, they wIll be away several days tacked by Pittman, who had a knife Ind warm weather, the irst berries
sad onstbly weeks They will hau, Aed badly cut the sheriff. The negro '-:ere rather soft.
a ebot across the ointry to the la :,os shot be y the deputy, and the noh That the rml spared manyi bl f Lr id Building M erials
Sbe sed in investigatios along ring the hot ran p and finished is eidd b the fact that f OF ALL KINDS ALSO CRATE MATERIAL
.. shore of this inland sea.- T pical llig the negro. r"ates of the finest berrie we hav
sno w'est Palm Beach. The evidence against the t egro was iver esevn wer hipie from her Yril rdS t Titisille, UCna, En GOlie, Fort Pierce ald West Palm NBeaO











"n ...... ....... Heav an Shelf Hard are
Miss S-ren Alle. of trnille, Va ren.. A horible feature of the sad Wednesda afternoon. We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house order-
who was asvaeltcd is her bed and tru ete I. tr gcd- ie that the young lady wa Suses Rw... ate for shipment direCt from the mills
o c heaud With so bdn uc n tl ally ssaulted before being muo t o .r-
over tahe ts ad with asme bist las tr suc ,ta-e Prt an s h with ,I T r o thi r ill h p
S ent hook .he bag and dPefy ittuan's hlod,- shvht a, T d er tHe lt" hi. r th1 i,, 1 i r ye
nutdc : I^ irr -c tirn, S-v.,;^r:y i.- that hac of .1.1,o y
Smade s rnd y le -m an -sai that Pitt-1d ht at h .
sight, ad ishe e-tiTraicd hssos'io m-
ress. and hr a...ilant m. n rr t i ....i.. h,-4t,- ....v. ...... Guns and Spo g
Slate of Fltridt.s orteer. a-Tro1sr an-dks- aireesniyu. s-xtita, 5l's.. Vp,. 1-. I E
Sta f aFor thd offe- or .Large Shipmsents of Vegetables n.. d v.,t is complete at all timest t- n
ota$50 for the uaptur- of thie rnur r" e
ana the toD n of Crelrtille offtr a like s :hon h i re .as un t si I U a c ] II- s tn- i
ameont. iii 1-iii -, i s rk. Tiss psnuowts va-
Mmn. J. )L Shaw ost her ehatelaioi- '1; Nt i it.t uri- -,- Jas. Pritchard & Son
xoverboard at the pier nh the rai, as as desirefss the crop I, lt It f-.t ss.M the 60- -
and It wa.s. resc Oe. dt l, s .4i ,h,ji. t i to . s ie ...... P n Handle the Finest Lines of


..lef eOr Ceahm sa le Ia one of our i ..es.
It with a lush pole and lIne. Her maeto s- Hail, F., r ill-, 0t t- Heavy and Shel Hardware



Sr-.el casts and woe at last s- st atio' t oat s or lare or sal orers
f1 in booking be hag and defVs :sr is'ss eytsV" s roes. ohin rcy dif'v "asi"y "I'i-s i _iss ns..s...... I or

vained qlue asuof moerad.i- ui aost Ws-t PrsIt itso. The ar -s- .5 i Our Stock of u
r"en.Sw Is isi sf Cltd s-eetasis-vst en Ws Guns and Sporting Goods







lighted at it. covery.-Trt...sn is,- ,l are pie -t da! be given personal attention. Mail Orders
tus, West Palm Il y the oth 1o-d t eafsi. The fr., .. r .. .. is complete at all times o -
_:ae had reats Iuvt,, this 0,5 n- i -4 ssas1 h.- wrk r -0 v Tuodas. an



MDie om fntYayatnd- s ttleh ofi lerbie and t tht er promptly filled
a Tt 0w ae eichd rain as wtas desirs,!. tGhe a eeo-i-t t' 5 sr



Iuoa at Albanye.e-. Y Tex. wit iue Hine imy etp elrchei e ominte. oheor TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Swa ds ribed ka hoard cid and some- Xly for year sad olatei e.- ; Paints and Oils of Qualitywb

t d t looked ike a nd, t asted l tiltoooeh wbat yeas-i I tw.rnsd t I Tti aelvefi h ss -Da Thmrh Eiv- l ri
Drus. si a 5b F e Bann.er Drrrg Stoat. loc onruotations for large or small orders will
to" IVhyfllasl Ph y -sd oil dent- 6.11, t s esa -i,- b 11r .I be given personal attention. Mail Orders
Be abotle of A rorioe ond rethat fine II.tt HIt-s.t solicited nnd promptly filled
e eworki right. Promptors about healthtffietsi .
The 1eioh ened to 700 goest at the mom enoy lla *Mmn. Ids Ge-okam.
executve monanioo at AIha\y. N. Ist... irebt Id Herbine inmy tsts,o-1nr, in vteniootm tssahsbear TUSVILLE, FLORIDA
asd ibhd me hard oder and sm- coal I for yoarsand l ind i l it dosoc b or tri o htr bon-
thfwg that losked lIke ink and tasted etim to do. dold by Ttoovitie Pharmacy theat tIwlee hba- t. Th.s- Ei.trit-
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