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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 14, 1908
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

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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 )

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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
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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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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



1 OL. nn TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1908 NO.48


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PREET IEI t psevera***- AD INCIDEwTw *v M v *a AND PERSONALS .
Nt b ee ivm MONDAY, FEB. 17, 1908.
O sprngansmn' inbeyS ofmilege] p People Muslin Underwear ina variety of SONue M Ib tl PH tIusTTlilt lates h amlro t ty btem'sans na Pargrphs D t h etat ean e th
T prg t 1 r orders for your new sut anud TI olt am T1it1oideand $1.98 each. I vill is T Ce aid go
1000 Surbeasd blige plants for the latest from Best Wea's Gas Jue Nightgowns at to 1.75 each I 10,000 Surehead cabbage plant. for ale. J. R WAn such fine makers as Schlos Bros. & Titusvile Pharmacy. Drawers at 29 to 9 eents each. i sale- J. R. WALKS. Sond- biyeles for a d p Co., Baltore and New York, and Mr. Gen. E. Pritchett returned home Corsete coversat 29 to cents each. Valentines and poit card at the Nov
at. BatiiMskmousre and HwYradLde'allnnhnkrhes1 lySoe
at Iadian River Mui Me other groat style tepier. Every the first of the week from Georgia, Ladies' all linen handkerchiefs I eIty Store. M. DODsON. Mrs. .e tu sarnedfromarisit t new and up-toate. where be has been several weeks looeek- caes ac r other hand Mr. E. D. Oslin, editor and publisher
t we toJaksonl earry the that mn- ing after bin interts. black, brown and tan fitted wi of the News, at Cocoa, and Time of
ieetyyC-bma, Camr e g y. a h and every item Mr J. S. Snowden has decided to re- purses 75 cents to $. each. Melbourne, was in town Sunday and
SmakidMaterial. itviePand datthemost rea- main on his grove at South Lake for the Ladies' beautiful silk elastic belts, Monday.
The Novelty Store keeps kots a- Onet order make a lasting custo- present and not move his family into plain and emboeed effects, mounted Mr. C. K. Eberts, of Macon, GLa., reptimery, rl pst cards, jewelry, mer. town. He left for Coe M day. l oxided and gl metal resentative of the Southern Printers
amity ad toys, i-eant and 10-oeat WINSTON S. BRANNING Don't look at your face so often, but die' exteon t e s, tie ewet Supply Co., of Washington, D. C., was otr L ~s on. T Clothin-gStore look at ymr shoes an d see if they need novelty in the market in black and in Titusville Monday.
Mrs. ugh arkman a two retiring. Bad weather is coming. Call brown leather, gilt buckles 75 cents Forty dollars will buy a large second dea, from Wanchula, arrived Wedoes- on D. Pacignaa, shoemaker and repair- each. hand Rider-Ericasson hot airengin. Will
day for a few week' visit with her The Four Pick To-Night er Ladies' wash belts with pearl bue- burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be
hin, g Kate Myers. tMacetseandn7scentsleac. ,"picked up in orange grove. Juat the
ea Mr. KE te M r. The above company played The In- Se inthelneofpiano., just wait a few An attractive collection of ladies' thing for irrigation. Apply or idres
Irmr m eWane Saturday mhe ventor to a fair sized house in the days until fresh stork arrives at Indian stock and turn over collars, prices STAn office.
trias JaksonilleSatudaywher she0 2 cents to 75 cents each.
sptta ople of weeksverypleasnstly opera hall last night Theplayisa River Music Home. Toseethem will Embroideries atlI to25 cents. Mr. A. K. Wilson, of the Tribune, with her fried, Mrs. Webster. rather heavy one and one of the best be to buy. Just the kind of edgings and inser- Fort Pierce, called at THE STAR office
asin. F. A. Marga and F. I. Boye ever put on the boards here. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathersm spent tions for trimming dresses and un- yesterday on his return from a week
are may appatiing the right-ef-wayof Tonight the Pickerts will play The from Saturday Until Monday with Mr. derwear. Fine variety of patterns. spent at the state fair in Tampa. He the F. K C. railway in Brevardcounty, FloweroftheRanch, scene laid in the M's. father, Mr. J. R. Mathers, of Ea Mail orders promptly filled on any was accompanied by his niece, Miss Requires permald inspection of west--one of their best. Gallie, being called there on account of of the above goods. Tituville. Edith Curry, who will be a type in the
t Ithe illnu of the latter's son, Tribune office.
Mr. C. B. Kingmanw astaken suddenly Mr. Gen. Swindle, of Valdosta, Ga., Entertainment a Great Success Mr. Henry LeClair. a French chef of
ill Sturday afternoon, but the attack purchased a few days ago the Stewart 21 years' experience, has been engaged was at of a seriosnatureand we were cottage in North Titusville, recently The supper and entertainment giv- by Manager F. A. Locy, of the Alpine psed n se him about s he vacated by Mr. Baggett, from Mr. Os- en jointly by the members of the hotel, and has been here about two ntd day. ear A. Stewart, who will occupy it as a Ladies' Guild of St. Gabriels church, weeks. Mr. LeClair was formerly conMr. L. C. Oliver, of Ja ille, ex- winter home. the Eastern Star and the Masonic or* nected with Restaurant De Lyon, Rue
onr day for anfd on--------l- der, held in the Masonic hall Wed- St. Antoine, Paris, and was for several
pelted to e" Candidates Coming Out nesday night, was a decided success, years with Sherry's famous restaurant,
mobile and will ilmbably arrive here in Candidates in Brevard before the the gross receipts amounting to over inNew York. The Alpine makes a speca' s day or s ebbbo. reiMay 19th primary are coming to the $98.00, which, after deducting for a alty of serving meals at all hours and
Mr. Will Black, of Jacksonville, ar- front. We have the following an- few incidental expenses, will be is equipped to serve meals a la carte
rivedn town Saturday monin on his nouneements for county office in THE equally divided among the three or- with a1 the delicacies of the season at
cAwed i lawn Saturday monn on bi soneIt fo.co.yffceinTh
way to City Point, where his another STAR this week: ganizations. command.
was very ill. On account of the night A. A. Stewart for clerk of the cir- Unfavorable weather necessitated Mrs. C. B. Kingman entertained the brair sotseppiaatClTPonthe step- cuit coort, the topper being served in the hall, Proresive Cultoce cluhTsesday, afterJ Walker for school supen- in a most charming manner. In paiso heeadtekthet'.p1a1 st ten t. The attractions were a candy booth, contest entitled "A Musical Romance,'
laihsentoihe:2 ri tendent.
th J. P. Brown for sheriff, cake table, valentine booth, fancy Mrs. 11. G. Utleywon first prize, a beauOne of the -rom tasement houses W. H. Hall for assessor. work table, etc., and the leading tiful hand made, lace trimmedhandkerner the big sw mill of the Tit ville J.F. Wooten for treasurer, feature of the affair was the two- chief, while theconsolation prize, adainLuamer Co. wnb-edMonday, cared P. H. Wright for tax collector, faced dance, participated in by four ty little china bon hon dish, fell to Mrs.
by putting wood into the stove that W. S. Norwood for registration "
ws tea tong (projecting outside the officer. Announcements on page 4. yong copies in fancy costume and Jas. Pritchard. Mrs. thhsn favored dtet and oeupaots going off to work wearing two-faced masks, who dane- the assembly with two splendid recits)lea.ing e house Special-Saturday and all next ed the lanciers, Virginia reel, a cake tions, Mrs. Salt sang two beautiful
Mis. L A- Brady aspect. her mae, LIJIAJN PICKERT week at Heath's Popular Price Gro- walk and a Paul Jones. Excellent songs, and Mrs. W. T. Msthnrs and Miss
Mr. A. W. Otis, and wife, of Bstoa, Tomorrow afternoon at matinee eery : Arbuckle's coffee c., lard music was furnished during the eve Daisy Brady famished music on sthe Mom, to arrivetomirrowandtopever Little tRed Riding Hood. The 'pl e., good white bacon Ie, per 'b. piano, all of which was much enjoyed.
M., to arrive tomorrowand stop over Little Red Riding Hood. The play fine Georgia syrup ok. per gallon. ning by the Titusville orchestra. Delicious refreshments were served and for a several days' visit with her on for Saturday night will be announced The candy booth, presided over by altogether it was a very delightful af
their way down the east oat. They tonight. Great Shooting Event Miss Daisy Brady, took in $14.25 for fair
are new in St. Augustie, where they All the plays, specialties, music, A grand shooting exhibition with rifce all home-made candies.
arrived the early puat of te week. etc., presented by this company this and shot gun will be given by Winche- Thelaletintbothisuharelo
rid t A the w seasonare entirely newmand up-to iit r The valentine booth, in charge of Will Advertise Titusville
Dean Robottom delivered a very i- n are etiey new and up-to nesosat the gr ds o f tie. Miss LauraBaily and a corps of a- Mr. J. H. Foss, ex-deputy comm
Deeatng Lteto devera vey late and_ sht. atrp of gaums
treating leetare in the operahousela t tasville base ball lot, oa Tuesday next, sistants, did a rushing business and sooner of agriculture f the U. S., wa.
Friday night on Joaneof Are. Thedean A Box of Monkeys Feb. 18, at 2 p. m: Ad. Topperwein, bu h i sho-n around the town this week b- ur is a forceful speaker and this lecture On Thursday night, Feb. 20th, home the peerles rife shot, who ies broken waskept busy the entire evening enterprising townsman. Dr.. S. Drnil sty rnsjoyed. The roreada f ~the world's record twelve times: Mrs. over ll00valentines being diotooeol.f.MrFoowoheins'ivr-.t1 wasree tly enjoyed. The proaeeds of talent will give an entertainment in the Toppewein, the world's m Each purchaser was enit d to itdr Fss was here in the
ev $10 were turned over to the V. Titusville Opera House, presenting the shot with eth shotguna and ri e; J.M. onizing his vast territory in sunny F!or LA. On Saturday the dean addressed following program: Hawkins, the unparalleled shotgun ex- ticket in the teddy bear drawing. ida, aggregating nearly a'r, the Prgreisiv Ctr lb on The Piano slo. pert, who has broke I00 straight tar- Teddy was won by Master Frank one grant of several thousand lit n. r
Moore In Spain. Piano duet o 0 times nsit rods the w ard's Battle I and north of Titusville, of whic- h -h A farce entitled A Box of Monkeys. r of 128 straight from the 20-yardI
AYO SSO voal le B f mark. Miss Helen Miller and Mrs. W. H. i cured a chart from our surtesir. M, FUVNITU Shot sketch entitled A Hot Massage Everybod is invited, whether ashoot- Hall served at the cake table. A Fries. Mr. Fss is the author t
Shetland fles, Germantown, Saxony Piano nsolo. er r me and bring your friends. n from Ever Gas mantle and chimneys, tampu DMancing (for all). dmisi ve fire cake w dis o th any of the scenes of whi are lad in
Art e set.ar e. matinga Tickets will be on sale at W. S. Bran- Mr. W. M. Prindle "took" the a of t ses '.f v t se t,
Mw ok cb, i nig's clothing stoae Fine Monday Offerings of Men's cake on No. 68. r Fionds and a Iturref g e at nla s rest post c r envelope Reserved s.at, o ,ents. Clothing The flower table was in charge f of n t rdforndok a tis General Admision 25 ceounmities Thursday mourning Iwking af t', "If you east Td it, try" General Admisssn, 25 cents. money. This is the time Mrs. Harry Wilson. s lneottr.hslos ntt to tt
Time. .lGADERO"hoe 4his ]and tinrets on ihaltort oif Ih.Ca. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 Walden, the agIn and the money s in the reductions Mrs. M. M. aily had charge sf st are. ir estsoht a
Church Notes alden, the Magician we have made in all broken lines of' the display of fancy work delight ted wth or F itle tsr assd prhoi-f The attraction at the Titusville Op- overcoats and suits.
Rev. Win. Stones will preach on Sun- era house next week will be Walden, The man who warts to brighten The supper consisted of oysters, isled Dr. Daniel that through hios exted
day, Feb. 16th, at LaGrangeat1ll a.m. the magician, who will appear Wed- uphis wardrobe candoit nowat very served to order, coffee and .sand- d esries of lectu-re in the north and ad at 'Tituville at 7 p.m. nesday night. Feb. 19th. little cost. Stylish, splendidly made wiche, cake and ice cream. northwest this spring and summer that
There willbe service and sermonin ThePalatkaHeraldsays: "Though A.B. Kirschbaumsuitsandovercoats! The affair was superintendedl bIy hewouldgiveTitusville pr.minet ot
St. Gasheriels church, Titusville, on Sun- a young man, Mr. Walden is one of in these reduced price groups: i, -N in his ltos aid brc-t rday, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p. m the finest magicians in the country Black, oxford and fancy mixed Mrs. Ge,. I. Robbiins, wh, workl f th he letues a l tho
Dean Robottom will offisote on Sun- and never fails to please." overcoats at $$ to $15.0. All were like a Trojan and deserves great Of thn he t henizO o- serl triho
day, Feb. 16, in Melbourne at 11a.m. The Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal: much more. credit for the suce.s of the affair. nd ,n The ',,onizati.nf FIrcda.
a inaGslhe at 730 p. m. "One of the features at the Valley Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots. Space will not permit a personal Wood For Sale theatre this week is Walden, the ma- black thibets and unfinished worsteds mention of all the wh took an ac- Pine or oak a lent. A, Photograph Gallery gician, who has just returned froma at $10.3 to $16M0. mention of all those who took an Pine or o. y nth. A w
Go to Faust, the photographer, on tour of the south. His act is mysti- Men's fancy and white vests, of the tive part, for it was a case of an in and harrowing. S,- .r aIdr,.- J
Julia street, for artistic photos. All fyingand popular." regular $4.50 to S6.00 grades. now at hands make eight work and a,, 1- W. Jamison, Titusvill,, Fla.
wat karst class and promptly attended 1Reserved seats 50 cents; on sale at $3.49 each. ert a force that commands success.
to. Crayen, pastel, water colors and Branning's Clothing Store; general JULIUS KLiNE, Wanted
all painting a speeiaty. admission 35 cents; children 25 cents. Titusville Fla. Draying One hundred laying hens, small szed Drayingorhaulingotallkinds prompt- broilers, eggs, countryprloduce, othatl
The Alpine Hotel Standard Sewing Machine A cool drink at a cool place at ly attended to. Meet all trains game, at Paimhurot hotel. Titusvlk
Tituaville Fla., F. A. afley, man- bt li tet r igon the MANDY'S. H.E. T t.,,s
One test Euopan lihltrunig n heu ..... Titusvi,. I I.. For Sale Cheap For Cash
aer. On theEuropeanplan-frn- market, does both chain and lock stitch Oraiei an For S Ce F a
riodomand qumtik lunch. Ce- on the name machine. Canbefurnished Orange and Grapefruit Trees About acres of good high land on
raly lcated. with either rotary or vibrating shuttle. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high For Sale the castor ocean sideof the Indian rive, Spot cash prices or easy installment hickory hammock. Free fromwhite 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at at the Narrows, described as follows. Nuof tc o ae terms or renteaLzr amo. te rm"1
NorNmyStockforSle I vteMrt ein. One year to two year old buds. $i.00 r pair, if taken at2 months old Lot No. 3, section 35, alsoot No. 3, secCitrus stock grown on higi pine Tit vile. Fla. Prices 25to cents. Careful ow asut 6 weeks old; aso Berkshire ti in township 1 oth, range
: itrs toc grwnon ighpie Ttusile Fa. rle ror t 6ocel .Latx brodsows ; alsoAa heavy wood wagon in est. This land is unimprovedl but fin,
bed. IndianlRiverNurseries,estab- ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill fse condition. Addre lcated. For further particulamp r adMded 1886. Send for catalogue. A cool drink at a cool place at station. J. W. GRIFFIS. E. B. ANoLD, lress EM. Low.
ois. and West Palm Beach, Fla. IMANDY'S. Shiloh, Fla. Malabar. Fla. Brockton. Mass.










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Tarpon Springs Hard it. tritory. It then became a fight to! From Savannah in1 an Ato. anti the party- claims the honor of be nh less than as n,i ,A special to the Tampa Times from eck the advancing flames, it being Through swamp, creeks, sticky clay : e seemid to make ahe trip to this i lo.e. +=
Irp ent Springs dated W ednesda r i, p ssibe for the men with their and heav y beds of sand inter enm s or the first. The ladies of the party fly e~o e, a n~ Ib
a ys: rude apparatus to get rg n up to the' between Savannah and this city, Mr. ,re the first of their sex to make this s as man a s : "
A fire which did $100,000 worth of ,#re and aightilt* an0d Mrs. C. F. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Ed+ iJp and they are quite proud of their H fe is or ,L + +
namage raed here last night for Sive At 4 oelclOk the aire had speat Itself wn Clute, of Behenectady, N, Y. pass- experience and the distinction. rni< finds th;il
tears. Practically alof the bustean v nd the danger was at an end. Then Itd in their automobie and arred The party are at the St. George H "g i
4.000o8 of the city Was destroyed. Foar it was gees that a great portion of the here Saturday ween without mishap tel for a stay of some time. o eiht +a, :
te store bldilgs and their o tta '.un es part Of the town had been The machine in which the trip was N--P glected Colds Threat en L .
dle A. C. L depot, the Universal reduced to ashes. made is a 40 h. p. White steamer. S. A. Rawls to Leave Ocala. F oIm ul < -.
church anld the residenes of M. Z. At the depot the coach used on th-e owned by Mr. Clute. He shipPed itInTtrlwb
Tuner and J. II. Smitth. rassengr train operated between St. roam his home to Savannah and the' (Ocala Banner.) prudent[ e l, w use1 r
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staider of the tow from destruction As a matter of course, the people abandoned their Pullman quarters to us to leanz that M r. Samutel A. Kaw: er tiltguad rd y ar,M I were some stone buildlags whlcf ,e pretty much excited and "blue'+r ,ntinue the journey by auto. They" mtemplates moving to Jacksonvi i an.tl ,urd a .:+ ....t Jiocked tre way of the fire and the"da!y, but the general spirit seems to o "ft Savannah on Janu ary 21 at nom, P ry soon and giving up his home here +.tuman. wint rn pl lr] t .. .,
eteds of the bucket brigade, which heto replae thestructures as soon as and arrived here on the 25th at Ocala owes much to him. He ha s ,i. fr'- ,l,, .
worked mantally to block the adva-. 0e Insurance adjustments can b7 >clock, covering a distance of 239 <<+0 active and progressive and hne. to, ,,i n dl ,1 .
.zl gynli uide. Mst of the owners arrl miles. While they encounfted a d' :osing here hs caused ..e.eal as ".".ii i+ '7,+ a. y,
the e broke out at 11:20 o'clock some insurance sersitY of roads, or no rOads andi drove ] ass enterprises to locate with us, an ea N t-t, ,t +,
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.f We*.,A Nowm boesape. *vl lg gm Wm A dipatOi to the Time u t rle In aOl sati ofk Il, w s rIr soa
bllm W pri says: vtlitlity may have Iee meami ad
: -'-- THE MAPES
-7% ~ob H mugh= bete], together Wih go" "timtho 1%Ib.& Of
saveml nottage an.s onthoss adJoin- children. or other c es AwllI i DR.
vim the hotel, were destroyed by Ir Pieceb F rite Precrptkm the mos

S= FERTILIZERS
enth Asit ladm a et at was wpedl In on)fe as = sit h
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g : ock was completely wl a i Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see at Ill lscaksdaletie r shes Vm pat from the reports there made wht good results e ati preateos to o The bo.e wa led with ests, ere had by the se of thees Manbures this
who "scetwe them Rer d wmec of thtm wAveor angrt ts ihl dronth. It con.
e h several of them ha very Oar- we h o ofduadle ifoomlon. Apply toco
Ios madldent of the llard eea overcome by heat sad amoke an all E. L Brady & Bro., agents at Tituaville U i e lad on behalf th e city of t t to be carried from the hernia ar l o mo t or oos. Paxton, Rockledge mWLemeanted the request c thi et. t S e J. M. Sanders, Cocoa peMn of the county for a dedge to CIsea gathered on Me scene ad 1: l= 61 A. T.Patllo" Otee 4pes Oat the head of the Miami rivel. worked hard to save mat o r o ea r reStA. T r a n, M t w M mW the object of the visit of they coid, but very little was taken meta orml aamfrom nl S. Bergmann, Merritt tu4 a6 f rom the bould.n.. o Pam ow. o.ll ree tither P or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville Oft. BMWard wU formally pr t- Every physcian to the tow u wa e dl led ta o a m y


:favSPr.:Sl:e.mnlya F D EA CAST L reaey for a Hudor. a rolled to the .ene to re der medal Dr. PMVit po or-tf



aMO was peo his geleto plan, re as tton to ti Overcome by smoke This woralldt t ee . a a s. ae .a g wh t I ht he froestimated lo will be between o l e ete endor n5 m tHi a s med reesent to Ta The Hamilt 1e woe te-largest = W1. I rit-O-l- All It. C a






.. d.y Cadidates For Congress ..., LOR m S A COAS RA A ot to h e d tg u whi ch wetn lrpte rt mrdat on. Danne tt i lg ssa t Mo tee lo a o to acep a sa sth I. a 1 2 Ll p m



.m1 e tltoes ttresent was John N. C. for years ago a toadtdate for govern tote forthiomeedy o ma ao mpoe itolns aeU-m a aneeo l. -U m eles tsy pm 14s Slckton, eadidate ft r governor. w ho, or of FlorIda ho entered the w e oa e o t ao ei LOCAL TIME CARD No. 7. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7, INS a ratedt upon, ade a few very i. *ongres from the Thri rd congress a pm .ae 110 pa
.rt t dr ,ot_ great lor to White Oplngt. Th U = c N o IN& 2W No. 78 Co. 74C M e







ofp li'ps Us. era t Do 0 0p A80 omg the other ohs gpe ereal pla rtes for the sed by A defective eectrleby -UM.mo nr i ply A1TImUs 40 Dal Tamy 5i pm W. Watsoa, Ht. Wharton, ayor of Gee. Wp B. Lamar, who boobecom e ... see a L Home...... ad.......e*Lr.r.... .. ........-- p
dlll; C Broim ad IL .dredge eold by andidat e from the hotited Sptates Ston- RUowaDER e *a a m 7% Is- t 1p m o prfsin r ISu $e.







Aar the spehL the aty took latte top sceed Seator ory, d HOW TO BOOKS li ,L. Tk ,e
whico are at work c httigca C. yerly two spirelt fts foroh the oie:d yomolian..w Palattr m i1 TO PALATA Ph. Pel e.t- EAST PALATEA ptenaed Io draln a poton o the Ever. Genera. Lamar. and walter Kooe r. 0, -....... p 1o r'e e aC i 0 ".0 1.e. it -olly 0 5 ::(0 0.40 olly 01.S l as. fr oe preset state attorney. bt with o Cto ake- m 1 C s 1e .... ....... o l att e .l. m .n n '1a DaTly 0
Here thre mo me h In o-. the Th 0f Mr. Lonaor to ester MW H @i A MC FO o lpl .L 2 m.. Noo o ll 3p m '% a to pm 66 ll o -.r pe......In:t Palm ]t Mf ........ -1.1 40 l ip 10




hom had had tare opportuoy to V,. ouniag and now the t oentalas to n vSan a o .ANM MAE BRA NpCH A the e elan of the work end many Ptephens of Martotan. Hon. J. F. C. r 1t ,.. ......... a ., s oml I- ....... 40 Doly






S ses o Grigg of Apaachio nd n a asoo s. pa..rti.b.lty of the dra age e.......... s t. .... o .. x o i MAYPo t o I o No.
After the trip eap the ris wer the pa tretit one especially thereat now Occupied by O p O ly D p i






al Or s l o IN sp or........... Is l ..ra ............. s .t AT po s
tearb p h s mliver tenbls ad fera n d iseal B ires a e ottw emia h GA .o. .4 NAS pa U.ct H0 AV A 0A0 LA K E Y WE 8 c'm .o... 9 00A'& -.... .' ......... I0 e ptDlES
LAfrgte spmean of oy td foory PALTKABn C see ad phtoe d a the dsdngle Hmed. TWo months ago them were O O a BityEA FearAee s N I T T .t




















a( D and. ooteaa NeA th in1 me aves .n..



sasted:: of no95 bls which he d tal v l a it of 1 n dtsere l & t e w h a o Mle n e r s am r ane w r wao e o St M R 4 1 =





Msted by the visitors, very few o the senatorial race o thers began aan.,t.le.... H OROE H OU NDS Y. RU P 101'll.. 0 0r t ha he d the oppo ua ty to ig -at ing and nt.s the l ist contains In N ~v Ti r 1,0n m ey SU m mACI. N tk lO ..... MO. TI.... i
br B t Atee In exwlahni th. Iaay of Pensacora Hon Jeffersoa iOW TO -ILn A tAl *LOP TO SAM ATEnO ie J Is nAST PALATKA Pou h0pimf d lth. S. o-re .....t..No. "o =y..s.0.0. 410:



saro a t1M werelme uWS to the o Griggs o Apl aeahiAolch and Hotao nu t N o ronodhOoould wreech ...kdo St m il .. t .t











ame n lfodinthcroy Of the dratage H. May of Monell. The on l Ado sl S e er ona o r et Cotor ai ..- E inSuday .o tSh w ready forde lo I Nee s B-h ar t aostan syri m h fam0ly or r pst Afte r the trip up the river, the r- tle ae o ng oea especiallys a s there Iis a .o r o ta.ehy r no a 0..





he a belieed ho ~ ir o tis the Doeliht ar o r C hld re n. ty Started for h al o the deleg robabllty of another Strng capi NWoO ILD A LIAUmir 24 t t P th 4tpe r M4rm L .A11-1t11__ _ H_____ 441_ 1213po 41_p











oge Eahrd of gla n whas us d o o .0 Psee tor th sePt 00- o Sa i C 2 5 a $ een Andlerned durng r the day. n AVeek O i. ALL S BTT TE It,, To





-Wed Joes i n 7New Yor Amer.ean
a th l T ie EThe rromt e will be pleased W Dr Ki o th S e or S .
-morse S:t.te. .AA.W, 0 0085ni

t hoa thank m fough d i iue that iw o -o. d a Iy l.-. .


.et from ot a l o tsent o ra Tteddy to a o y Tim0 lB lePhm. acrS A"1 icor el Itltoh okoa.hips Aogost Belmont D 0 It-o. Cl00 1 Motbaet Sa rte i-t P O.S. SftotcL+ d M r so. het.e. s...t s poe toe .. HD

the rolton riposte and oaluatino t I HAVANA. AN KE WS goods se t eport from Pensa-ola lces:o r- I .stet DO R r ptorlos The Am tov Peod t Imp r-, l ..IN. 55 s d. lllth tIt- 10eo TE .Sta A s ood litp roppiot with Batard'- i orehgo"ed Syrop. if o -lo


buildi, whi le s S td omoe eeoa- so, r7slt r tport foor t? Floo.Cord or- wrt 0.1a t) fast w torng 001t00 was v to-,suth+ &t ,o o.0sdta l t i u
.....d1. gSh e ot en keJa-i .A....... .d Necessity.

se lwyrgr estt siin oircott. eTx A-d F.. i J. atEI- tsr 00.1ah
to tore over 2.000 p ales of he freel Pas Isis o t h et .oo0 r- oe. 1O l uo i Tus a record i giaind Bripa ,th 10 0I Proro 9l1.,-us io man La5-. icak speiol .rrlter~wtlOltelsrl..tTh


A thd wheh it to e the ptoperty is T ts .... Opt-. Poot-, t o 1P IO,0,9 ss ,- .. i.- .d a e m.
of oig .dwatdoft1andhal jas' ltarusing. tI PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00 geen eo sple .d by trehball MtI-- n 15l.Jt, o A erh. peac t n i I b.e l-k+d
Sft "w r u " d o oeoowstrin. I oitLit'on CO C I -,
3 e ii l I a Lo ne pot- ro ttrn M.oo 1. to r Iese mry mple. wktonh o nd ,Z. I-gOu diud. B C.lad Snow tLi -ent Co

A Stitto is Ti e i slea Mon t Balltrd H Dr kif-'.
miy nreanm- ,igA tl o of Ba.lay.!to t- ,% ow Loo" t m o prtl .r t S1 LOUIS, MO.,
mtm oilof lokosm. Ams .. .. for all p-ios. WriohiW,. L I. -r0.d medi.|n we t,-aI hod hul
tml shaeoe r bl bahi esa opingeoeh, tthe U to., wits-, In otet Dolllrdo 0nw EUWWe I I U W
e. i hic But IS otoo reP1 o n l h bt bleoloe aph y-dl tt aih l S ld an,. .
sil +iiy i t hooil I demn i ht his eob i np hoth i w ll owt Th Deli.ghJt Children.m.
rthrrgr, d oy- Por by TiTHAillr Phor1y. D













THE FLORIDA STAR EBRUARY"l l4b 19

ODA STAB oa1an161 IEFI As IEThD w.iJTr IUK HO
Mr. amd Mr. GeorgeL Tartan,t run wAnT5, m.aCXWC Lardarr, aMODERN PLMUEEND hBOy arriv Satedayand me B DI'S QU T the stb of Mr. ad lMrs. W. C.
rights m a su Prami r Thfr is T h* a" Mr. C. W. Shoemlkerl of Minlo gd CI
4i~~~~ ~sota, came Friday and will spend thse mhhU~a bit T
s-- ..... m.*v. winter with Capt. and Mrs. E. S. Someremarkablestories arebeing CgContent at the ou o S r are being FW Am S o Mi lonora Warnok, told about town and among the country people coming in of this simple,
Goernor Jesing haen- Alice Smethrst, of St. Augustine, as hommade mixture curing re
tat he will become a can her guest, arrived at Mr. Warnock's tismand kidney trouble. Here isthe
for ame ber of the National winter home at ldor ast week. recipe and directions for taking. Mix B
executive comittee The government dredge, Florida, by lhki.ng well in a bottle one-4alf
peids and that he intends to Capt. Sharp, is over in the channel ounce fluid extract dandelion, one Bll Grave
-e -work for the Demo- opposite Oak Hill now waiting for o ine Compound kargon, three
e a eDenver con- t proceed on her way so. ouncs compound syrup sareaparilta HOTEL PALM HURSI
;r should Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Willetts and Take as a des one teaspoonful after II 'VI FI RID
tothis pe a Iti one son C. A. Willetta, Jr., of Flushing, meals and at bedtime.
pma Iee in National affairs N. Y., arrived Saturday, having No change need be made in your
g he em fill to good advanteto spent a pleasant week at Palm Beach usual diet, but drink plenty of good Whil Man Lynched. Elaborate Banquet at Tampa
e oeo h and Jupiter, and are now the guests water. A Gainesville press dispatch under About sixty guests, comprising the
Ir. d aadforthe goodothisp of Mr. and Mrs Warnock for the Thisl mixture, writmone authority date of Thursday says: Jack Long, State legislators and many e.spaper
-_ winter, In a leading Philadelphia per has a white mon, was lynched near New- men, were the guests of the State tafir
-noffal dead perne, those Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester, Dr. and a peculiar tonic effect pon the kid berry, a small mining town near here. at a elaborate banquet in Tampa
k~lltm~alde~penm, tuse Mr.endMr&Sylusto, D. ld keeuiartonclfeo ekd today. Long waaused of temur- Saturday night.
letad of crime and thoe who Mrs. Sturgis and Me sas. West and neys cleansing the dogged-up ores er of Ell Sapp, a prominent farmer, d i
a- w irmoved from the county win Whitton left Saturday for a trip oftheeliminativetissues, forcingthe and was taken from the town Jail by Notice To Teachers
besgki from th reitain south asfar as Miami. They will al- kidneys tosift and strain from the a crowd of 200 men, carried to the Office ofSuperintendent of [eubliI iIn beval provided tell is made for aso visit Rockledge and other place, blood the urie acid and other poison- scene of the crime and there hanged struction of Brevard County, Titavill.
-Theyexprethemelvespleased with ouam waste matter., overcoming rhen t a tree. The follow isa listb. 7th, 190t.t bk nd dry election thatounty. Oak Hilland expect tobe with s matism, bladderandurinarytroubles Another white man named Kea to be used ans te baool of th ,I .... e.
amp il the call be iued the reg- another winter. in a short while. who was arrested In connection with amination, 1908:
Ortogr phy-Reed'o Ward Leacc.
nation list would number about Mr. Hatton Turner has purchased A New York druggist whohas had the murder was spirited away by the (e., ph-anrd, Mr ill & Co.. New
8Se thosadnames and the petition the residence of Mr. T. B. Allen and hundreds of calls for these ingredi- police in time to prevent further vio York.
- for the election is claimed to have willbringMrs. Turnor andMiss Bur- ents since the first announcement lence. Beading-any standard auth 11
nearly two thosmnd five hundred fieldto OakHill this week. Their in the newspaper lastOctober stated Excitement is Newberry ls at feve Cm onito-Mxwell a S
Tam ha ho nce ry t hat ad te custes, f t am Compition-Ma well and Stith amn whichhave beenchecked off son, Mr.C. H. Turnor, with his bride, that the people who once try it heat and the eltens of the town a m in English 75c Am-n
a eigally registered, not counting is expected to arrive from England "swear by it," especially those who armed. It Is teared that the re May Arithmetic-Miine's standard ;,
mine two hundred and fifty that are shortly, and they all will be here for have urinary and kidney trouble and further trOUble, and It is said that me Bk i
suffr wih rhuns-imnEnglish Grammar-bMet,'alfes li., not chkedoff. Prohibitionistswill the winter. This addition to Mr. suffer with rheumatism According to the police, Long's American Book Co.
apeal to the courts to mandamus Turnor's former ridence and grove he uggistsn this neighorhood brother was killed by one of the Sapp Florie History Brevad an tt
espoervist r to also mark off all makes a very desirable property. say they can supply the ingredients. family, who has never been captured. neaits ()H. & W. Btea t ,. '.- -,
pe who have removed frm oe Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen and Mr. which are easily mixed at home. This Is believed to have given rise to sosviie. Fi.
pm who haveremvedfrom e Mr. andMrs. T.B. Allen and Mrp Ahere is sid to be no better blood the trouble which culminated today U. S. iotory Field. Gram
ward to another without a transer Harry Allen and Capt. Austin left on cleasing agent or system tonic known In Longs death. School ($I America im k o crifiate a is required by thestate their yacht Mallard Sunday for their and certainly none more harmless or -Geraphy- Red-e Naa annual cruise down Indian river. The simple to use. PS ysioo ot ia c ite t t C.. lwMallard has been enlarged and fitted PRI0AR), ANNOUNCEMENTS The i. aMila Co.i
Registradtio Books Will Be Open with a fine engine and made com-in Brevard County School Board Annoneements under thin heading a o Civilgovernment n.tn i tl.
IIImhdllithfm I rnrwt s es-enentofFlorijiaandthe4nitta, 1plete in every way. We wirch thea The board of public instruction ui ntelt frs t p io n e O aitroltLndi
essant -voru and, thougs ofei Ineo Moe W oitoose1 7i,, aio- ($11). II- 0- Pninter Cc. Dtc ,i l a Tn ahl'ecivd aninquiry spleasnt.voyageand, though their met Monday, Feb. 3rd, with full emandmemhesnofthehbod moael, thefee Ai obra-tiine' Hghtnh.Atl.aTta
astowhether or not the county reg- home is no longer here, hope to see boardpresent to he paid in advbenc Ma. Ine M Co. Atlanta
-Physical Geograiphv -arr', "i
S istration books will be open previous them in the spring. ae minutes of the last meeting T My in C. 1 A it The minutes of the last meeting NoieTmor Ma anC. Pratc Fn!ta ri to the holding of the coming Demo- were read And approved. To the voters of Breovard tnty. Theory nd Prnatice F.o all -ri
erite rmay.Ine~yweuoe In tie Roped Arena --Cinasoom Man.. g ct. t" flag:..
eti primary. In reply we quote Treasurer's report for Jan. was Thanking you for past favors I n (1.25), The MacMIlan .Atata from chapter 549, relating to the T' Times D em tandlckayune, of found correct and redeemed war- beg to announce myself as a cosdi t Ga.ee bo m t h.
New Orle ns, L states: 'Lanky,' for re-election to the office of clerk of T b oooks ma te ha, ,registration of voters before the Bob Fitzsimmons, the champion pugilist rants cancelled and filed. thecircuit courtofBrevardcounty sub- book dealers in the tat,, r fron th
holding of primary elections, asfol- of the world will be given a greatbene- ro.erACIAL r.saaay. ject to the actionof the coming Dem- publishers by mail, eotpati
OWE fit, having defeated the famous Jack Waremasoun udin t report. $ kindly for primary touru o ta superintendent ofJ i Pubc 1 i It,
Section 1. That whenever the Dempsey. The beneficiary having en- cdth mti.. S. Respectfully,
sat, congressional or ountycom. aged the mat noted ringartists of the .1e A. A. SWART. Notice
itteepresent day war before the sporting Warrants paid in Jan ........ 48 Por Supt. Public Instruction I will I att tef. ,ll,
mitteeof anypolitilearty, which publiceye. The affair opened upat the wa'nass sow outstading I----- 0to431 r
inthe last preceding election cast 40 Olympic Athletic club, where many Wotohniw a.. .. 10 l T the Voterosorvardt toy pef a in th,- --,-per cent of the votes east, shall have champions have been made, others to Decit in fonds............. tO..i Yielding tothe s solicitation of m y iar aL li, tt .
called a primary election to be held asffer defeat rrassz xpsDITVa dat for Ioanntion afore the a coming plaor s at ioh ti t 1 date 'The foiiatio toor th _mig pla th "i'sul.itt prior to the time for registration for tei tethAropdassdtes C hssool fund primaries tt tlt t o e J Teacher salaries ........ ...... .$1 ..o If nominated and relected I shall use rctly. li
S a general election, the registration e, twea.Dsorneha eJpo, witrT' d ... so nm ited an t t r m ri r
books of each county shall he opna upase. Jack Mk sife h X~ 0.1 P bss oio~. ~ ~ ybo fot i h at opo iotttu o,,l
books of coty hall be open eight hapin of America, and Bill H. E wakerlid. janitor No 7on mote the interest of our whole public Poovtor,
in each election district for four Myers, the 'Srteor Cyclone,' aus E.d Veey Hall. wood No. 1 1.7 ho ytm. JO pRtfu.ty C. ourt.nay. T,.d,,, LI- .
weeks, for registration for such pri- excitement and loud cheers. Bp Amerinn BAnok Co.. ooks . O pot oi .pn taimmons was met with popular Gin b.sheo.. .oo Indianola utlst -,l,,t mary. homage as he entered the rng nainst H&W B. Drew Co.. b. hk 1.50 Fo Pr Tax Assessor at tte
In counties of 30,000 or more pop- Felim Vuin the Creole hiant Eou & b-o,copyoks ... o Tothe Ieoplr of Briwrd unty. 31erritts.W,dl-.. I,) t, I 1,
whom he smothered with blows, hitting A. B. Vas-, ... ...... t I respectfully announce myself as a at lit,,di
elation by the last census the books him when and where he liked making m canda r t as y a Th
beclosed four weeksheforethe Felix a complete chop iog block. Trnspottionefpilo. tO candidate for election as county tan 5,-klede. TI,,,..: t.,
shall oe" four weeks before t 'he aext pairof athletes to face the F & tewar,. supplies No o assessor. Trusting my work has met asL hardt stote
primary, and in other counties two audienceJohnnyCsh, thewelterweight ChaT. TMcBride. supli,. No2 4.1o your approval, and thanking you for ftC-a. slattatay I chamin and Joe Fielding, 'the Lansca- JohIt. Walker salary suept. for Jan. to your support, I remain y rs truly, town hall. weeks before the primary, shire La wh comparatively n- Armd. per die and ailage 17n n W.H. HALL City l'.drina.t ,I i: .
Approved June 4.1903. knon is the math, It was f inen at o. siglt t. ,prdwiamle nbnilag e I a mnohe nt sT
Thestate committeemet inc- a t vCash w o nt in it Field- .9r N hor TI
hten u rityfers fet isas- noclever loft doing great damage in A PJ.r ca r e d uc,r e,,. ured e..cg. 4l et ie yot n 1





boad o ll loid tachrsan tin.Fildn y w a truhe y lef s Wagr r Tbtal iose -p. listo; the Iknrticer of Br ard routh c
nvile this week to fixed the date e strong Jh inywasteroghly The tenk.bs no. fn t. o Afterrea ding tenotie ofJohn i Henry pontb
ttE lassend i- th c u ho s ef dt i e u s o f ri sta Ior i





tem einn ac 5and on- atfter shed. m a ro arn Co m ke upw ets tal. es a Tiit r ro ce 0it, wi
for the primary elections, and ine Thoe wind up of the evening and the Gtdtew r to at'd. tahrc. ollowa ot te lat Soe lc c upor t- o t t u ye ,







of the banches equiralfor anywilltwinyouhmonynhersaogood n.m"tentwas appinted t represnt the, oeadance therewith the registration decidedly cleverest bit of fighting seen Ind. Sm0. State bank, Int. for .ntd 191. 4 be candidate for any office at thei t Tt, ,







grade ~ ~ ~~ b oftahracriets or ttemeigt bediat held iny Nofice athenx books will open in Bvad on April in the Crescent City for yes wals the a Cote t ank. t. fo I n. 1437 prinaey imar electio, I herewith announce I'
dp oen 'ie enrdont A ifour herd faght rond between thi Fs&tItewntt. hatokeet. lot ti ote I w my candidacy for the office of county I i ..
7th. Champion Bob Fitusimmus and Joe John Hnry. typriteal min. for pbh. treasurerofilrevardeorunty. Ifeleetedl , rirl. c
a tiy r d Fielding. the trdy little Englishman. s. I- C omot w. intr o- t to thi ffic I promise t o W ian b
O f I n t e r e t t o S c h o o l T e a c h e r s T h is w a t h e b e s t a t t o o f t h e e v e n in g a s t 1ea r as s dias i h a b e e n tet e b r t h e o ff c e o f t a x m i s c o vec t o t h e o B r v ar d tO h a Tr-a ct 1 by far, it gave the man from the cot- Jr Kre in.c.l N ....... s ple of the county ASo ice as
e.been give. by nor present and most ," I\
Stetson university offers freetu- tonpolis an ex itelt opportunity to J. Pritchrd&So. sup. e N a o ie t esr restt n o t I TUI, M 9
tion and room rent-up to the full showhi shilland speed. Inthe last 5. F.Tnvi&Cp..oistNo. -----...3 cceituresupr. I. tee T hatwiate
-ceive yose support J. F. WorrTNv. u Ot,
arond, whether by accident or design, U.1F. Dore., cerainga h. No. 101 1 A-tt,. i, Ir tL limit of her dormitory capacity and be struck FitUisimnosns oter the left eye a_ Coaklin0, aoloted popil.. P-oe npueviaso of iSeghiteatlon slotot5t"
reduction inthe regular rate of And rained a buhn f n small Soor- y as ir tir s, 'I!
hoard to all Florida teachers and tin. Fielding wen e left t rngHL T. tWRIGorHto, ,t, k. It ut hn iset by the crowd, carriedshouder Total soc 5 ,tntnTI ctn a candidate foe reform n tion by prpectiveteachers who wishtotake hgh and heralded the little champion. The extension of time of Cocoa col- the D emcnracy of Brevrointy o e -It tec hue .5 sesthe offie ofs rsonor r egisea ptrat ,t um. ,,,, :;..
the review coume during the spring E e tehinthe club home expected to rred school wa.efused, unlec the toft ftdti nk.
sJ.enkduinmrud Bob .e re l. le i, -r.. ,t..
-tinome round. HoIf nominated promise a continuance BcCll IlP dit term, beginning March 25th mid con- after havin biseyeleehed.wasarmnd patrons make up the salary. of a faithful performance of the dutr e/ kc c 'lpst- tUm .,,,-k
tinuing for nine weeks. This reduces town With or, introducing him Is tbese Uetter from State Supt. Holloway,, of the office. Soliciting the support of cts.k.t,
the entire expenses to $35.00, who happened to misi the perform, relative to the National Educational all in the primary.
-to Hena Lobe and ultimate I am veryrespectfuslip eviews will he conducted in all = ale clothiers) 'hack this lad he association read. The superintend- *.eS. N wv bram.
of the branches required for any will win yes money, he's a good n..'" eat was appointed to represent the R
graee of teaye-s' certificates. A e M o board at the meeting to be held in Notict
faculty of twenty-three instrue Washington, D. C., Feb. 25th, 26th, I respectfull announce myself am a
candidate at the sxt primary election Pstd *
will conduct the work in the noral It to currently h'ut o~ehtly '- 27th, 19. foe re-election as sheriff o Brecard This comnany" ows1 aos
die-partment he me nt toried is pontl circles that within Adjourned to meet the first Men county would appreciatothe earoest Indian river .c ty p t 1k0
th courses has Increasedfive bun- a short time all of the Cuban mail will 1 l0h
be handled via the F. E. C. Railway. day in March, 190u support all our pte e fler a dredand thirty-three per centduring JOsEPHrotruly iscayne ha
the going direct through from Jyekron Ski ss as uv f'sity Tnuao' 8tand- Bisayn PBy
Ap-.ll and reaching Ito destitio,, ing Cssed r o PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
A neat little, bulletin has benis-much quicker than b any other romte. I want yon t knem hew much Chamber- For'Osmol P T. S T T
ued by th unive sity and a y one At present the bulk of Cuban mall "sits ttve has do- for me. It h cured o
d y facrofnski d=owof ntmettwenty I herewith announcemycandiday for eui t ot r iu detiled information co- goes Via Trump. and the West Coast s datndi an.I hre bee treated by sc- the office of Lax collector of Brevand Ornoa .
cerning the normal school should only that en route on sailing days from eog at i a" di "e i rbu [ oty. If elected to this office I promwritetoA. L L Saie. director of this port of vessels of the P. & 0. S. S. ssnft",thi amsehasesudme.-XM Fannie he to give my best services to the pe- TITUSVILLE onl Oi -I
the shoolaof pedagogy, DeLm, Line going via the East Coast.-Miam; tin. T Tin Cisomtrlains oalvei, amd trust I will receive their sup- WANTS:I)-S, t.t ..
to .far by sttssndls Pharmacy and aidsal- port at them 5 5r isv ktottl; n t -t I,
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wip THE FLORIDA STAR S
hIr oat eol e ald report to the FOR ENwfIT OF DEPOIOM hard at te meeting in "a.
Memn aml after ti date a per- W. 11. Dram. Ham s made Taer of a wi- uiMng to take out permits for All HIS PIS t.y
s i carrying repeatig ripes And pitol Tbhe Miami Metropolis of PFa k amrt+ Ie. e eire aow seood ca in Ys: bon s. p imti, tnamiglder sthwhya permit There was Aled for redrd Is the
f. J.I O gd"hoodllisol eedanodeclihpereoi tak- county clerks oce yesterday ateI J. IL 0. ing out permits for carrying pistols :r n is aM. erew fN w=
an T. J. 0k W and 8[ Brwhswiltas
1. 3 3iot, with &. A. arrepeatingrilesa required topsy terng to J. K McDonald, reelver of S.50 eents into the county treasry for the Fort Dalls National Bank, ea
a e oft thest meeting eath permit ineaed to such person or end varioas real estate and shares of
e dwre o sed a mlpproved. era todefry the expense ofi n- stock I various business a enter i .1
wls fagrrTmt was- atO olwnhe prlsa. the same being for the benefit
iedo upal pldwarrants pThe following vouchers were ap of the creditors in the Flort Dallas Na- t 81 proved and warrants ordered to be lonal bank. The consideration of drawn for sme. the transfer is seminal no stated sum re6Po
t MX Sndes, L KMyers, .. . being mentioned So doa France
w4 J..e.h.m n al ...S se ProprtyInvolved nme tra n JEMint Oonrty eagerof ad1m I i fer and as shown by th e .deed ia
+lll t ~ my file< f ~ o + . .. om,: The Se of am foods'
a rd fe itures was received. T A. ilmse, ses Part e o section 28, tp. 55 8, R 40
tert of elerk of circuit court of F J c..mh.4 "a 8E and section 21 tp, 55 8, B. 40 Al e s Wae d ft n foefeitures was reevd. A. A-0sce Istaease. iv -tek t---t-. ims0a tur! ha s Iak behug powders are evieywbecre r-exs
Mlanifretxstwmbe given .P. D ms, ohd ........ 4e live stock, tools, implements, furnl re o a
tailwl gren A. A. tewa, m.ia tf r pia"Iea am ture, Stures and all personal propefty To S 0h Cout Advocate for pub- A. A. te., wailing on boad -i in conneetlon with the Rockdale Pack agan etlB.ki nMa --s. ................ 499 Ing Company. Undivided third in,
Tal oleetor's report of lines Job Hesry, making repot of himre of terest in Bistcayne Drug Company. Ml- wh iPW "e" -dur teeoeni Juis anm..------tg--- td is of
W. S Normas A. .o1 i . .e the I L Brady Company doing busmy. 13, mounting to $1M.00 a w. R. raw o., -a book_. Ils fe the stabe ad$9 .50lforthe coon- IB. A. w. Dewco, books ri 22 ess as a groeery store and warehabose taeged. A.A. Stewart, sap. warrambok 5133 shares capital stock Magolla Grm >i Tik e Sto s of p l P.B ew jaiter -----............. 5 cery Company, 38 shares capital stock
SJP. w.cameofeasthassegsmaud 30as00 Biscayne Lumber and Supply Compad J the EL.th .J "1 J. H Kittles, wood for eerk's esace- 125 ny, 200 shares capital stock Silai di
Y. 19, for the year 1906, P A. MeMllan, mease. for ta e Electric Railway Company; 46 share and be vry en goet Royal. nsouting to $1.00, was received and Aisusos else esuli ma. as 3St capital stock Bank of Bay Biscayne, Royal is tie col Baing Powder made from Royal Grope ehaked wththetax collectoar'sstulb -1L disnfih . o share tapt stork Bond 8- G Tartad. ads to die d a who found correct, a Walker a Co. wse, rorbjil ..t stone Brick Company, 10 shares cap- of the food. Taxs collector report of poll taxes K L BodyAB H.. atlm.f l --.. t7 tal stock Miami Transfer Company olleeted Oluring the month of Janu- Ja Pritehad A&Seo. esde- forjail -o and"whatever balance may be to the ay. 193, for theyearl07,amount LJ.D-Dushmampsutafounrmtyboome- 5295 credit of the parties of the first part lingto$D00 we received. WIles A Tme. e e ----- 3De upon the books of the Fort Dallas Na ___: E+. fa a.. mrl e home 12 utiou hank,
The nottes- of electing a road JW.mi.^ewkosotyhome se T ban.k Clear Profit Growing Bananas ;unches easily average o "flngersa rd tfor road districts No. .F. Wigtwrk at ose 120 This does not include the F ke C. A. Killer a hana grove thaton bunch the result is readilyno 2.8 ad 4was taken up and J. O. F.K Cry. Co. frgh ortilir ft Company which has been taken C. A- Kilder a t a banana grove ii he b esls red 061350mm wand dlectrti~ ulteisent Js5lissm.cfresutyhome. to go to the liquidation of the bank's roughly estimated, Of one-eighth o a p soil without fertilizer and very rlll orIMIBW electeduerite t osrea osens -1--i0 overoby Mr. H. i.hael proant uh sde sa remp soil without fertilizer and veto
of reort ofi redr ts c. ILAS. C e rates for o, home. 7 indebtedness, or Mr. Brown's rest- acre, and at present there are more care o that the returns are clear
Oreport of Mi ns Ptions E. W Duean. cookat county homes.... 100low dence at the corner of Avenue B an- than 200 lne bunches on the plat profit-Fort Pierce Tribune
nd purchases during the month of .C. Advoets, pub. auditors 0.0t001 1e000 12th street. the latter being reserved maturd and almost ready for market. Itching pitre rovoke pofas.ty, but PoJaslay 1306 W reived. Tko h. fuss, ob. o stPeh't .... cnder the exemption act. Mr. Killer wholesalis this fruit readily fasity cost me- thee. D .so Oiatasn
owlar. nessan,. ------------- lovtad er hundree, ad_ _ th... ..reovo iteins. bleedieg or protrdiog pils .1Permisfor carrying pstols were A.RsIefseOus, -- 10 Six___ .epta dola per- h--c] cud as Itcereo Ifmerise. At any dm9stoe. immedtothefollowingpersonC.W. Sar e ....g ud sate e Dade Stops Road Work tyes s Fowle Robt Cuminghal meat r e ------- ......... a o The Conty commissioners of Dade A. STWART ot
EL. Jenkiln, Saimuel C. Barns, A. Stemart making asb.d for. county have passed a resolution ss- as L aUke and permits fo Carrying repeating treatoeAs 3 moelth- ...--------- 3 U pending all road work on the county 04 o. F. DUIL, AGzUT
ris wee bmlod to Oear F. Quar- moDA ran oads, storing the machinery, dispo- temn0linton Hwkins, Aymond al fed for al 8 9 ing of the mules and advertising forFlridad
C. Willoughby, C. W. Fowler. E.. a Pritehard Son, hara etc 7a bids for the lease of the county prison Flor Bs Frian C. Gex, Andy Crabb, F.P. Zi, moe a ...o mer s who have been ud on rthe rd N. B. athoE. L, ......sock. for the st five months. This er
Jan. 8,190 ......... ....2. action was made necessary by the fact
stmeile, Fla., Jan. 18, 1908. oes s. that the road fund appr operation has TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA a ea.- A gagef nuatyCoam~iaee N. E Williams, rmd work ........... o o. been entirely depleted.
As per you request, I herewith Erest Taylor, read work ---...... 5 I represent some of the leading
RaysePackardyfreighto----.----Wilt..-,.rtod Seek 5000 beesoa cy depncs.
youstm t of the fie fcek.... ... compaiesof the world and anyl liui fids. ad forfeitorefund from.Jan. l, "AD .o...o W1 busess t. rted.to me wille-'
s90, to Dee. mdt ,r 1 showing t Seth Rode-. od work. .01 ceive promptandcaeful attention TITVSTXLL, FLMIDA
receipts from the hire of state and eswa.n o ............. es s s
... mow,.. ..._... ........ --si o s..a-e EAST COVAST LiUMBER 1 SUPPLY CO.
D. J. Lanier.' .....- MAo If you is fm froa b-ckache.
alI. Ja. 1G......... 3. W. Damo, shell for rsd t ea There i one way toe it. DEALERS IN
l ............ a J LLivingston, rad wr ..... s 0 Theperfet way is to cure the kid y s.a
S ................ J.o mm .. .. .. 4 A had bck mens sick kidneys.. A l1
O ...............1 4107 O.K. Key, feed and wagon ...M..... 3s0 Neglect it, anry troubles follow.
L.AS. C O, lumber ......... -612 DOm'sKidey Pills are mde for kidueys Lu
coln ,s.y T. J. kv A eC., tmm his... is=s only. OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL ~ ~ -I l a n B.I. -O C. 8. R, laeno, cianeske. living M 1311 og tr.. ....... a. as...." e.t. Tars -- .4.00 0 a1em isl w- I m dt iTitstille, Coca, Ea Gallie Fort Plice ad est Pal Bucha
i. to.1, i - _57-M S ore lA Ao Fey, fwdps.d twit ------- 36% T mwa Ft ew e sed f
Ale.o bea ro I 's Kidey Pills rod they un m of We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders s Al. t. M 0 k Wii.ms, haentiug ek ...ties on, e ront of the for shipment direct fro the mills
Ati IT E....au1d5 tiset nasitc.n days. The eretio of the kidacys eree in
Ap tnOl, ....... &.e Fnk Wilam~in, .......... bstOo taiedeefo ikte hdy.Tofrohpnna e the reninm
J.e my Wiilbus. it oo, s .......i... W] ii t work ....... ao Shemeso ommut a tso __ t .................
., ,,E mn ,. ........ o+ d ir ...... hauin e ---,--,--- 2ho tlo .. .. I, T--, cry.
SAuge. 17, ----- 1 Wiltl His. rod work -...1 25 a very-lm dmb oniu dark eoradif al.PetNov. J "n work rint ........ 175 owed to stat] would hem of the comitTotal su ep s 0 .05 J D Ends , lohoes short tim lem
D.. od Pu.....ke ml G N --.... orf.. l. B ied S Prriit a AkDS
(O.4 99) .and .Ca Ao J. Pennallt. rsead work.... s wht o enedmilikan e tso f eootiier sod
asiaera ~ als o t on pm.e, but +hu hee meaW A R 144350 ill unil D s Kidney Pills apon the
J. C. Osan, tasting n...... 375 dvi- of friend of ie- aHd uaeithem sFThe ouny teasreris erey d- Tw uisi 235 ad rinfall frtto they eeked min Tuesdy Total reita t e J. fr. Eoi fs .............b.en s-o -- ----- .0 to it ie thy-o ss
t an tasfredto the road B Whn hli i- .... P For Sale by ll dolesrO Pie eu S k
awdridgefood.unden r Ces5st J.co.k.ranger, ra w..... ...[l ... C.u.. New .or. P
pJ. Bmic. read work---- ...............s.Pritochard & Son
(so. bridge Chap. unde C 104) su of iltw o] work -300...a s Det a rl ther.



"'",""I'"'.w" th***d*is, nfalfortrweeksdhoe compth e at l ines
laws of 1 7. i slaid foufad opfmti. e 4 o W ... c other u Handle the Finest Lines of
Re M i n f ac o r su e ithd W "in. feed forprsoe r ... 0 a e mal i n I-st, m
JOHN HENl Y. T.A. Crlile, rod work .......... 2o Jtees Ft.... Feb. I, 10.




c.(N.sand Chp569,(No n Botrhcke.se cok .a1urne asoo.-osa-m H'take,, Panthadeilro Q alt S oi~desoo1 .........a o e--.. n.. Heavy and Shelf Hardwarear
The cmionty treasurer is hereby di- TW. Gira. . 75 isll f orth .edig O fSTuep i e
rtedto tramfer r from te fine and A. Popel. --...... im
forfetore fund to the county tN d san y Feb ',I "o s4 O rS.ko
and bride funds, the of two JPsoueam eirdeue ad w i t "
thousand. nine hudred one 05-100 ;. N o...... ... Guns and Sporting Goods
doan the .amount of convict hire- w ert, crim.p h ie j lD ooute W c 4
cs.,w.anused DeJ.1. 1907. or w hMins.d v.mwisei 70 T al te the week *rr is com plete at all times
the yer 1907 in SAidfine and forfei- a. as .0 ol. eto oi.f .1r1i thwellf ee k ca- u 5 tr fod, m accordance th Charpl w s fy r rsonre an- Ttsn .. N n.a mielallo seins not 1" su
5,941 (No.) and Chip. 5M. (No. On motion the board adjourned H ose Pi Paints and Oils of Quality
104) laws of lorida, semon of 1907 to meet again on the first Monday oucial is Clmue.
ptis of B. F. Ive ealet citizens in March at 2 p.m. - one of our Specialties
eL&GW.e Waying for public rvd -hl os ~dn
from LaGrne depot in N. W. 1-4 of A aby Le o 1iaki. of th ibosos %,y Bulo,
S.W. 1e-Se. 2, TP. 21,S. I 3SE. shouldbe meshise in the hosse, and wil he st-I redwith scaklnnrioi m Quotations for large or small orders will
t O the 2. K. cornerP of S. W. 14 of ifyougiveit Whites' Cream Veesifsui. the Isptied this ms eeday for twodu, be given peday
toai the 1 & L earie bea divsn pe u sii~ftdo ersb.wortcornfhmeecu.rsonal attention. Mail Orders
2 1 u 2 S l P 3 5 F a d i s b e alg r is d ic i a e, m e A s tf r i a n h e b e n v e y t r ~ o t e g n H t s
t a f sa ra t. se m t al o e s solicited and promptly filled
tobe en the West sectio gac along sa h ii.a doas hostsl S O wiei twoois, tosenb, os TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
Se. k was reessiidaid J.O. Fries ov Whrdot is the hoses. peofhbror sulies aomhnuteh3.. ~~~. ud sod H. Carlile were sold by Batne Dtg Store and Titusvili es our host suolmohe. two he: aso
ibammeylhrewl, t swere hour-Dr. Thons Elestric .......... &
i to mark. viewand I -, mil aes h ove pals.

















THE LORIDA STARt EsuAY es

reaventlon la Indiaanepoes has elect
ed Thomas L Lewis of Bridg ert. O.
to succeed John Mitchell as president
of the orgainiateun. The next annual
convention will be held in St. Iuls.
The delegation of coal opertor failed ase'esnrebrm M
ia their attempt to renew intewtat
es dfe destot with the wicen but ias s
was decled that the smie joint com- eata a-a so ft
mltte of mines ad operators shitol O ANDY
m et on Feb. 27 for the purpose of tresewing negotiations.

CIENTIFI


g in t9M und t9o He s a D cieStiSto Twt Spiritism. the e a whout e f ontaerlg any eat- ad L He Dort. By a o Is famous scientist than Sir POLITICAL esat Governor Edwi Norris wil Oler Ig t -oa do wo lthb stat AT UK! CMy bai nT Iathunauth, ad,,lesss greeted succeed him in a.-, went male lsfore the recent weetlia .s la-i hp sI Nat l Fire him at Wflminagton, Philadelphia. New Gaynor Warnl Rectionariuu.e t cto Fr vycicl Research S aa
W. 4Go r naio ..or FimYork and elsewhere. Movements fori Justice William J. Gaynor of New that In a series of exhaustive tests L ealth. lAddens
ea d i n a structed delegations in his favor York in a recent address Intimated with the well known spiritualistic me- Al A Ugb- Ma.
F-Mpe i fl ew Jerne in hitlsnh tim were Tarted la the states visited by that mtit of the clamotr against the diums. Mrs. Piper and Mrs. Veinall KE TM, IM I M
idresathave acnfe him. At New York he made a net ad- president was frow wrongdoers wb) oessages from dead friends had been ..S.. .
d unee dress before the Ciric furum. thing were trying to sue the government to received. Professor Lodge soid that You Bass of Frseda tlil iou tportat+e b for his text "Thou Shalt Not Steal" and enable them to undersell and rain their these me.ates had come from the late T B o ,,s fa the Inn reviewing the entire field of Ipolitic. rivals in business. On this point he F. W. H. Myers and others. Myers be a of Hers onm of" poin laws of tW. ..hwy were 1endl.M- s "

m of a lei s l Here, as elsewhere. he look os-casion aid When the courts. including the Ing the welt knorn literary man who r hin f a p .r to o uoecuto tsl them in the special to commend the recent aesme of supreme court of the United State,- died in lltl. hortly before the publics- To r iae et o-President Roosevelt Hie maid it was a Justly and properly held that the rall- tion .,f his great work dealing with th i n r I Baed Te une blm At Nefokh aeasta-peietwsforogor h esgsfo edfinshdbe
e e Teet "brave message" and a "call to ane" roadsi were public highways In order to survival of the human personality aft -e I litmenlt. The pteum and that the fight should now be to convict Deb of contempt of court for er death and who showed his Intent-is Nas ent se asseslmz lick out the purchased papers andotl the irructilg them., these other violators of trying neate It s s alely from the go' purchased legislators. lie h-ped the of the laws of the highways were loud to co cae w ernosmesteeedeal tetocrats in congre would Iprowmptly in their plaudits. hut now they aunat with minds atill I g with state challenge the issues y prieposing e the the courts and the president and the carnate. at remedial legislation desred, government in the grossest manner Sir Oliver asertet ts a ies t ble sic il eret bi Iei~tiad~md t.1 -tieithe ervii n his New York address he blamed when the same law is applied to them. that the departed a af the great cepors- the Republican party, hut not the preas- I.ttle do they see what they will bring pcrsalitieo hat an The rn a -personuliitts tad The -the irst Tt, G o Frt and theitalia dent, for the lose of confidete and on the lives if they continue in their swerd spvific I -es
nom bml letes. highly ommerti trged a continuatione of the atsade corse- .o in ana a is S
than v hie s hlahly rumettdted aglast "presiatory wealth." tiltl -il- -haacteiic of o ,.
thie vewbs-n .pressed ad de thot dls of Roosevelt tid been misumts.er- the t, tit hat he Itw t . v uad I, ns.. e.
te prile whik the goemor so stood. He had not arcused the pre lI EX EIC U T I V I fie madesi o t this admission To r e a r
sjmleatbly upheld an regailds the stale dont of imitating the Democrats. but Only after log ad vigorous tests. ad I,-t .5
easm "of course Identical with thoe had mriey pointed eIt the toletldn whlrh should Otain as regard. the on- of principles advocated by both. BryaU It is estimated by Secretary of the cr s tc-rrlsldemi, or the reception h-,w ,
tbt" frankly defeatera his former sliver Interior Garfield In his annual report of part of a m-ssage through one oeThse Sitndea Oil ide of It. policy as compared with the pIresemnt that TO00,0o acres of our public dim andt partn thrtioutih another, neither The e l d -s is
It was at the dinner of the Ohio S- scheme of aet cuTrrencey. Stealing lands In-.the western states have de- portion separately being mtderstood bys his s I
elety of New York that the first pubik upon a large scale e described as posts of roat, and he advocates a rsys- either. When in this w .y a character- s
response of the Standard Oil Interests. "glorious larceny." The New York ten of lense so that the government istie message hiad been reseised a yr
to the attack Ia the presidents message Stock Exchange had "graduated more may regulate their development. Near thainting a piece of literary critelIsm s wa.Iwa heard, the word coming from John em uizzlers than Fagin a school did ly all of this land hss leen withdrawn which had not occurred to ordilry aId srciht
S Amebehid. vkIce president of the bi0 thieves" from entry to preent furth-r feaudu- people they felt that the proof was
trust. He frankly defended John D. Bryan Replies to Carnegil. lent entries. Drin the year .- teding to become crucial." The o But su
i Pa "tendinge to becom tree hane ant W
Rocketfeller a a ma of high business During the dinner of the Economic WO acres were sold for V,T4.243. jetlieon often raised to the trial sub hr
ethiles sad sansounced that he favored club of New York there was a sharp Public Printer Susfipaded. jects of commnl-ation he deemed unS a nuatioInal ltheoepotlon law as a rem- clash between Lyman J. Gage, ex-see PubIlic Printer stlilings was suspend- -leutifle, holding that proof of identity no
ly for the exlatiag troubles, saying retaryn of the treasury, and Andrew ed Feb. 5 by order f the president so will usually depend oil the memory of Th at
that there would be no Industrial pare acregie on the sne had ansd W J that the joint ,ngrlesional committee trifles, tie says the phenomenon of ealot r
antil soeb a law was passed. Bryan on the other. The former speaks might continue its investigation of the aluttomatlic writing may be in a direct SSenatore Praker was also one of the ers denon-se oltr present finan-al printing graft shares without hin- line of eolutional advance, like the bespeakem, and, while he did not epe- system as about the worst Possihble, duce or eobarrasmnt. stillngshas ginning of a ew fa-ulty. It ha led iat theoll t t In any official way.he but called upon congress to keep Its had charge of the ote sice Ilt them to realize the truth of telepathy.
did attack the adminisrtion and all hands off the matter until after the hnvina previously Ieen connected with which was she first sapter of a
these critics to whom the president presiestial election. In his remarks large printing iams in sc a way sta t- volume they had et themselves to exhimself gave the name of muck raker. Carnegi called attention to the ae rac the hostility of orglale laiote plore.
Be ialistal that a crusade had been surdity of the nation's giving security Flest Sttat Northward.
shtedll not Ol gin st ta e of muc anl.(m gi ~ie te~nt h pr h ott.o ral~ 'hr t. pe

tarted nbt against the wrong i for its own deIt and declared that this The Aeriean u tthhill filthib MISCELLANEOUS Aftr pers liba
I nsti hat igni the sonn nd un t -cast, $IN) .N,0o a yar. rived... PtaslAleLLANO.Uea w a si of se kind a t one tsak up the gage by station I a hearty exthage sf ourtesie an willder great benefit b takisone troikednes. It had become a disease Thot the d inla-l affalrs of the ssn- festivities with the bilestn nival itid Countess of Yarmouth Freed. ofthcapils fnhalebe
which had spread all over the country, try bd een in the hIads of Tun re .s hore offclat ed stri ,, it is Th divlsv dt hrts of Lodon has
tosate legaslattres and into con- resnt. I he r -eeing speakers for trip northward Friday night. The tr granti l deee tlifyicg the mar- they will promptly rel the nao
a the tHessage had attetin to the fact Ihe last forty-seve years: that they [ pedo boat flotilla hss aught Io is ith is f riss- hlsie Thaw of Pttug r WA
that the message had lot teffect had ,mioitti that they had evolvedithe battleships -t-I swill 0-issls t- ie E.ri of Yarmot the latter ust1 J D A I
igth aat d are d publicn ~ Ole wbg olo
stok enace und regarded this as a th inrst ltanking system eer known them at least pr f the wiy- on the OpolsiT th andnertites a kd rhlol trsum ie
d t the pebiec lud wdas getting vitd dil not know hw to remniy the next stage of the Joirney. Ihe t iliha, Accident. hega. Elntls age at h
sedt thep elet atdes Ie pro- evilH asked why they sho ild d, cruiser rha-als- loh ite sl-t at Tie Atainth liner (hyr rer iorisi T ke No Substitute.
psed thai the Shenn and lioro Iois1,se the -llcnuent fur issuing Puntsa Ae;s i I] isni -soi is shrty r,,.sill tist foart ,i-nisiu
lawn be siatdes be former aos at $4t(),(ali it prise to pay when along the cost senil it las p-. a is fro ths perh,. s us whs osere on i
permit resonabln eobinatiou and they fa[hl to dnoue tnks for yond he n hile st r St thrt e t
t h e .i.t.e a s a s n ow t s o e rh y f t e i s. .. e. .. u. . the... .. . .. ise. o t hh c.. H A N D Y M O T H P A PE
vested rights. In the forcible aepar- He Isa tb t. .i of the I in INDUSTRIAL es he sot o ovat ion of the anthraelte cal properties was not the issue of to, im pair ven men ere killed nd ny
taas the hth eaalsitale money, ITv Iu _ter__s__ f _t_ l _a we se, killed ad haoy it HAND M T P E moaehntioocelisousfes-hssd Iaretd Ile ihe earileoo r ai toi-i Charncllor Day on Message. Ions that th e b -t -ilresent hotesi Railroads Cat Service. a Ssla t P' iic Feb i
As one of the defenders of the trusts In buslse. If. he ask,,i. "yot Lehigh Valley ot i--ials have annon A 7 iire ire i naorthis-l-rn Texas -I,
and authoreof the "Raid on Prosperity" i-lame the goveren-t fIr l, itg -s ed that the fainiTli, I inu .lx is isiuated to hae st the ss of T
Chancellor Day of Syracuse Usdversity ver at i cents aInd seliog it for a .1 I press, running ro1 hlti.aiilphlta t $1.nilss0I after overrtint .;vsasss sudig"a is I.
was accorded attention by the pires lart. what can .itu si of ill stet i ItuTalo ill i ta l tt within a feTres est.trig twent rat hs al, tIik i.
and public when he made reply to the issue of tNhlion In stk that represent days. Retrneinln i 1s a ig cali kil ing 1, ", -ls t -ad .f catte N ,
messageof hepresident "Ofthepres rasle w htevi-t a ta ser sent Isi ma the switih ra of hman do e is rlistcd t,, -,d. TIME IS M ONEY
dent' messge. If I em entirely frank Prehident Ripley indignant. al of this faosi trai i-s a at f Public Works For Unemployed
and honest." he amid. "I iam cotmpolleil r hle t E F. I:ilpey of the Sants sh Irogrunn e A Iunoil.r Pf at i rs P sw ra
to say that much of It red. lke the -t !-h t ": I tneJslthe7- stit tee are to e retleas,, and cuts tnale in the \ssen ietsi ha e I- n ,It ,
ravingsofa disordenreiT mand. and other rt l l I"t :i n t freilt aud .....nerac -ay.r r u n itet-o 5
portio,. In which appeal is made 5to I,. 1il i es- s i The Pe tinnsylanti t I l -lI u h r .
elmis prejudice stand exitement ar is -i-a ts isiii rt aceItkigaisi-stn hros ir-mai]nFeTumerif -P.
land slil t h i e suggestion of lthe oils-I t The o ths f-a I t i I Tts ur1s it I
nti runins the rhrert busthken ss r t s ll sod Iors 'ma- tI
demaosoue Therwhole meesagei- h at n i as-ola ls asiltlcy fal--e s erstrvice h-sic tn-co ialo by -assi- a s i-sifamiliar catinsl against wlat he all phth i l tads
criminni wealth n d i t ee d frea i. ii t i I t In thi 333.0 Idis Cars f 1 .
the sainderous ""sumrethnt sore her eas. the vmu tr< ring to a Al i Yrk "

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wa per ebl t y nd e r of the tasr sun- hi1
ilati h ts s i ihas s lvr Taft in, i nl c oItil ee -i r f t tre r 's ," t s f Wrkhop o r nem e d ,
sPribtt wessaes Ca ilkrsss, lirthe Pro -ris sr sik ,s sos rntila oh Ilsts---its'-r---l'shisicon y the p e si le d toet ou s t l ist h:osilyinis e.n: -s lre ists -u e h r a r t iliac 1%xpheuri mI in ]1,- I I~,+ l nL ,iL: ,,i .'IT 1 or I t ;; ; "' I, H ,. h r+ +, ier slme, ability and effort ofr the co hirge p:rl i, Its es fr si IT on'ti n i aso it isv a- ,i
as In volume of aorstve ig i -, a t ft,- -m f ih tl l itt a,5il,-iation snch as the wrl o h s a ee Toksp tul Fnaf up res Ii
saen." Tot Wins In Coemittee. ilg ta she r--i--cs li -i- Ic rsho s Usseslisys l



hase upothevterstrapreidn Rever h elai ,f de us t The ie track Th I b:'- trIrProhibition Conention Calnled. .Te l Goveslin stl e s t Ih lst htr p n, c- -I t
- tn'~~ --I lilm sioac-iios.ll ties Pu 5,litcI- - s-caThe ntrael cooveaci-se -f the -a rilvernyr J -,ii;,t -' To of Mon th s Wahash have man s'in
lhitilos party hasn- in s to e aia Ishots i s li to a- Peiu o i v Mr or Dee t hn- Pe- sits
at so ttsn as os July The s-Ill i- tr: lr ly ma eilioe s] re l aitntn..h Ii T'Pin n 1 "n kL-'ps
a t il rt 1512 deleatceas the ale- a h- n ri ,etfi i t l T i i l- l as r tntI I ,s. l f I
ead i t olli the ra iay u hat th .tt ic he ss is f Iu-h- th --- -r ,
tionet to the nnva, s .r ther tur t a vers rn "tra can r n i sramI,
,wu lieno e rop h the mvote cs fr peide t e c Alat ii di a-st a t tihle to.e 1..i iTin 1101. s lab- eI-ss-entias Bu"ihtoesrn-essassvI 5l t aae
Oid Rate In North Carolina. r .o n. t. t i nlla warT re rc t s o t l a.
Thein esate i ortih Car lstnot u a ue o f tWae n 4thtu :,,1o r rs He b .se tnt
lissin legislature ended le y I efts a li hinirois I ti ise to iTakf remm For Ci tey Markedasoth !.T ni i
posi s t the ll fixng thea o pl asi- I ."i I I Iallnt u of hf t ho. P i e: n d mi1 tii,, -t,
enger cle a tet n-tT a ftao l I he tes s m ref a to h is ix ncr a I orr Tr
and telling the tallwv tinhies tha thle 1it lu Is Ils e ls it of s, h i
eilon might make nn,'susrv the r :ut, IPT it I enaa ..t e-v-e-uo coo all s~iu l,,-i ass 't t I .
daetiou of wages laronalt m l ip the n -a t., i- ff,.fiTs d vtithoat as a e ts t i.. l "":I, IT VI7 [ iL
agcr. Th elanoe delegatind rae nr,- es to ohs in a aeral cmt iin ie ot ,- ra notvh I., a+- -,Tne 1,nm, e::+ T + . lftien to the stale oelorfitlin cuel- o i-ne sh t alior r f The e L t, S et 17s edl he+.I l t h .
milIason w.s lft ontL tan whi, h provides that all ela- tive r nd i t a is a o, -s s I a_ It ur Tu i
The Lant Listens to Bryan. isilliss I alt nt itto-If f^lou -sf los Fvs ,lr nd it 91 t
After l~neig the sational metii t atr f--ene that vl ds ts t r ir I i h Stii
the acknowledged leader asd dviss isculoN Ili 5od ecs t ohu tn- ee, ho I
of the D ti mlnortty in congress othem California. Mr. aTe -d ha tinc i dis Kt
WfIa J, Bran continued hi. tour of leeted governor 1t and ries e The UI 'lia hi o



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Tarpon Springs Hard Hit. trritory. It then became a fight to From Savannah in an Auto.
A special to the Tampa Times from rbeck the advancing flames, it being Through swamp, creeks, sticky clay
rarpoa Springs dated Wednesday possible for the men with their and heavy beds of sand intervening
.avs: rude apparatus to get rzgnt up to the between Savannah and this city, Mr.
& fre which did $10SO worth of h.re and fight It. and Mrs. C. F. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
namage raged here last night for five At 4 o'clock the fire had spent Itseift n Clute, of Schenectady, N. Y.. pass-
tour. Practically all of the busmesm. ind the danger was at an end. Then l 4d in their automobile and arrived
ctcUom oa the city was destroyed. Fuar it wa seen that a great portion of the here Saturday week without mishap


'eea store buildings and their coteta -'.uiness part of the town had been
dhe A. C. L. depot, the Universal reduced to ashes.
church and the residences of X. Z. At the depot the coach used on thi
Turner and J. IL Smith. rassenger train operated between St.:


The only thing that saved the Te-
mainder of ths town from destruction
were some stone buildings whlicae
Shocked the way at the fre and the
gforts oa the bucket brigade, which
workedd manfully to block the advanc-
*g Saastes.
The Se broke out at 11:20 o'clock
a a room at the rear of a Greek reo-
anaat. The business houns mslowa
atsd sam eam Ivo veha Ie ao
#ww erort Urns, amn h ee, the vToin
~ar Iemm emId get in action the
aMes had spread over a cosiderable


Petersburg and this city was burned.
As a matter of course, the people
're pretty much excited and "blue"
today but the general spirit seems :o
be to replace the stractarts as soon as
che Insurance adjustments can b-
made. Most of the owners carried
.-wme insurance.
The origin of the fire is unknown.
If you bve't time to exercise reUoay.
Defn'S DEunkm will prevent emstiptie.
They isdow a mild. K y artia of the bowels
wiMthot ripbag. AskyoardruggistSrtbhem.
ase.


and the party claims the honor of be-
:ug 1he second to make the trip to this
city from Savannah, Ralph Owen be-
ing the first. The ladies of the party
-re the first of their sex to make this
tijp and they are quite proud of their
experience and the distinction.
The party are at the St. George Ho-
tel for a stay ofr some ti,,


.'he machine in which the trip was Neglected Colds Threaten Life
made is a 40 h. p. White steamer. S. A. Rawls to Leave Ocala. [From the ('hiCt. TriahutL'
owned by Mr. Clute. He shipped it "' Do't trifle wifmth im a.l ., dal... ,
from his home to Savannah and the (Ocala Banner.) prudent men and women. It manv 1 vita,
lItle party of daring travellers ther:n It is a matter of supreme regret for in the ewof a child. Proper f.A.e g'.4x v. r -
-.landoned their Pullman quarters to us to learn that Mr. Samuel A. Kaws ertilaftiun and sry.sa d. Ithi are mthepra.
c.-ntinue the journey by auto. They :antemplates moving to Jacksonvii Tined thn"agh ta t g ng f au
it Savannah on January 21 at noon Pry soon and giving up his home here tora, winterandsprinn. the chauct of a i- r
o,'d arrived here on the 25th at I Ocala owes much to him. He has pr fri fa .adistary r.. dwi, *.. slight. But
the ontlin a yv light rihl will t h ".-.me ev r.e r-
Sclock, covering a distance of 23S. ,,en active and progressive and sinc.- '"elet t. a"I a wrtll etablish. rimew ..1A ts
mUles. Vdle they encountered a di- onmlng here has caused several busl-' tilme.-r-n, Ofdptinheria w Las.' ry 6 u, b.
%ersity of roads, or no roads and drove ..ess enterprises to locate with us. anI .e t *x Th Et-t f ,-. t'h shi 1 a d life ,atttl"
through streams hub deep their ma- *as been Instrumental in causing se% % %betht- it isa child y -r a* ult. the a ,i -lMght
rhine did not break down and they suf- -.a! families to build homes here. orers-ere. the very ba tre mlt.WUt that (iAn I e
dlope d i 6chamasrlain'.C (~ ,qh lsat-ne -y. It
feared no personal discomfort of any i Mr. Rawls has given a willing hMau is re ad mare. The 'gert --pularity and
cnsequence. About one hundred mile!; 1 every movement that had for its. le of this ,Mp-atam h.a h.e1n attaiis by
its reumrkablh..-clret ofthis. atnrnt. A cold
cf the road they travelled had never obleet the upbulldlng of our city. anl nerrslts i psw rtlis wrenit Acogiven.
1-efore been covered by an automobile his removal can be regarded as soth-irA-l by Titusville Pharm-y andalldrug: .


!ng less than a serious lost.
However, we are glad to st.a'- *is.
his offices in Orala will not 3- _;;:.
ly closed, and he will perhaps untK-
es as many as semi-weekly vibitauanir
He is very much in love with tk13i
.ruL finds that his business inttv.-'
require his removal t,. the in -trop'j,,


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TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 10oe


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NJot tofw Oq-sl*" A11oe, Bqf for ti. Qoot-of ot"n lso.


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at Imm Rir made nHao=
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s markirgwMateid. Tafu ave m cy.
hL N Jlty Store keps beos, sta-
ny, -ai past d, -Jewelry,
-g*r m ups, -cent and l-cent
euem ~-s. L M.Dodsmn.
Mam. B gh arman ad two ci-
4e, from Wahmla arrived Wedne-
Sfr a fw weeks' visit with her
mstlr, MMa. Kate Myers.
M ] M. IK, Wetmeore returned home
rtm Jaeksm' Ie Saturda, where she
spat a ele of weeks very pbasntly
with frid, Mrs. Webster.
Mes A. Morgan ad F. H. Boye
w ay the riht-l-way of
tas F. C. railway in Brevard county,
wilt m4dres personal impaction of

Mr.C. B. Kinganwastaken suddenly
SSatdy afternoon, but the attack

ple--d t as e i about as usual the
Mat day.
Mr. L. C. Over, of Jackam, e, ax-
pected to lave Monday for Sanford,
Dayla and Ttusmvill i a Ford auto-
mellan s wei w peb ab rriv here in
S day or ao.
Mr. W0 B-l4 of Jacksovilk, ar-
r ivhein ton Saturday morning on s
wayt Clty Paint, where Ms amoe
was very il. On account of the night
tnai netoppinagatCityPointhe stop-
pedo here ad tookthel2 p.m. train
muth.
One d the 3-room tenement house
nar t- e bg saw mil of the Titasvile
labs C. was bured Moday, caused
by pting wod into the stv that
was w iong (projedting side the
daor) and occupants going off to wor
Mb- thboe aM
Mrs. L. A. Brady expects her une,
Mr. A. W. Otis, and wife, of Boston,
Mass., to arrive tomorrow ad stopover
wr a several days' visit with ber on
tir way dwn the east coast. They
ae nw in St. Augustine, wherethey
arrived the early part of the week.
Dean Robottom delivered a very in-
trsting lecture in the operahouselast
Friday eight on Joan of Are. Thedean
isa forceful speaker ad this lecture
was gray enjoyed. The proceeds of
ever $~0 were turned over to the V.
L A. On Saturday the dean addressed
th Progreaeive Culture club on The
Moors I Spain.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
ShlmtImu fos, Germnetown, Saxony
Gas mantle and chimneys lamps
Art sas, carpets, rgs mttngs
New Ii beck combs, inlaid, in
Transparent post card envelopes
"If you can't find it, try"
SCas. A. GAmunm, 'Phone 34

Church Notes
Rev. Wa Stones will preach on Sun-,
day, Feb. 1th, at LaGrange at11 a. m.
aa at 'Ttasvlle at 7 p. m.
Tre will be service and sermon in
St Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun-
day, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p. m.
Dean PoebAt.,, will officiate on Sun-
day, Feb. 16 in Melbourne at 11 a. m.
m in an o Mie at 7~0 p. m.

Photograph Gallery
Go to Faust, the pbtoapbcr, on
Jia street, for artistic photo. All
wrk Ast class and prmpty attended
Cra pasel ,water colors ad
eflpathags a specialty.

The Alpine Hotel
Titmsville, Fia., F. A. Lesley, man-
ae. On the European plan-furn-
[rmoorms and quick lunch. Cen-
trly ated
SNwaery Stock for Sale
SC2trm stock grown on high pine
igged. Indian River Nurseries, estab-
' 1ed 188. Send for catalogue.
. 'Mats adl West Palm Beach, Fla.


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LATEST NEIS

AID INCIDETS

hrIMl hgaph Abki hth thL
Tml Ime al Um
Beat Fresh W ca's Gars JUcK.
TitusviBe Pharmacy.
Mr. GeCa. E. Pritchett returned home
the first of theweek from Georgia,
where he has ben several weeks look-
hag after isiness intberea.
Mr. J. S Snoden has decided to re-
main on hs grove at South Lake for the
present and not move hi family into
town. He left for Cooa Monday.
Don't look at your face so often, but
look at your show and e if they need
repairing. Bad wether in coming. Call
on D. Pacigpnam, shoemakerrand repair-
er.
If you want those something usually
fine in the line of piano, just wait a few
days until fresh stock arrives at Indian
River Music House. To see them will
be to buy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathers spent
from Saturday until Monday with Mr.
M'. father, Mr. J. R. Mathers, of Eau
Gallie, being called there on account of
the illness of the matter's sea,
Mr. Ge Swindle, of Valdota, Ga.,
purchased a few day ago the Stewart
cottage in North Titusville, recently
vaated by Mr. Baggett from Mr. Os-
car A. Stewart, who will occupy it as a
winter home.


Exre- Paid on Al Out-
l-Town Orders
For the ptseveral weekwe have
bae receiving du large w ipi*rrq-
of oor spring ad am r line of
dothin, sahoeshata. m 's and boy's
.fmnM sm-re hereor send u
yor order for your new suitand
We have latetstyles from
Co, Baltimore and New York and
other great style -A Iry
thin new and p-tote.
Wecrr.y the betoods that mon-
ey an buy. Each and every item
guaranteed, and sold at the most rea-
sable tpriae
One order makes a laing custo-
mer.
WINSTON BANNING
T'le ClothingoStore
Irtmnria, Florida

The Four Pncktsb To-Night
The above company played The In-
ventor to a fair sied hose in the
opera hall lat night. Theplay is a
rather heavy one and one of the best
ever put on the boards here.
Tonight the Piekerts will play The
Flower of the Ranch, scene laid in the
west-one of their best.























uLILLAN PICKERTc
Tomorrow afternoon at matinee,
Little Red Riding Hood. The play
for Saturday night will be announced
tonight.
All the plays, specialties, music,
etc., presented by this company this
season are entirely new and up-to-
date.


the
the
an-


nouncements for county office in THE
STAR this week:
A. A. Stewart for clerk of the cir-
cuit court.
J. t Walker for school superin-
tendent.
J. P. Brown for sheriff.
W. H. Hall for assessor.
J. F. Wooten for treasurer.
P. H. Wright for tax collector.
W. S. Norwood for registration
officer. Announcements on page 4.

Special-Saturday and all next
week at Heath's Popular Price Gro-
cery: Arbuckle's coffee 18c., lard
lc., good white bacon lie. per lb.,
fine Georgia syrup We. per gallon.
Great Shootis Event
A grand shooting exhibition with rifle
and shot gun will be given by Winches-
ter experts comaming the following re-
nowned shots, at the grounds of the T-


Special Sale it line's

MONDAY, FE. 17, 1908.
Musn der war in a of
chari slea, tri-r ed with lace,
embroidery and heaing.
Petticoat at $1. and $SL each.
Nightgows at 99 to $5 each.
Drawers at 29 to cents each.
Corset covers at2 to @ents each.
Ladie' alllinen handkerchiefs 10
cents each, 3 for 25 cents.
Ldie mart lther hand bag
black, brown and tan, fitted with
purses 75 cents to $3SM each.
Ldime' beautiful silk elastibe
plain and embomed effects, mount
with gilt, oxidimed and gun metal
buckles 75 cents each.
Ladie' extension belts, the newest
novelty in the market in black and
brown leather, gilt buckles 75 ents
each.
Ldies' wash belts with pearl buc-
kles, 5 cents and 75 cents each.
An attractive collection of ladies'
stock and turn over collars, prices
25 cents to 75 cents each.
Ealbroidcric at 123 to 25 cents.
Just the kind of edgings and iner-
tions for trLuing dresses and un-
derwear. Fine variety of patterns.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JULIUS KUHN, Titusville.

Entere-inmant a Great Success
The supper and entertainment giv-
en jointly by the members of the
Ladies' Guild of St. Gabriels church,
the Eastern Star and the Masonic or-
der, held in the Masonic hall Wed-
nesday night, was a decided success,
the gross receipts amounting to over
$98.00, which, after deducting for a
few incidental expewss, will be


LOCAL GOSSIP

AID PERSONAL

Mmetnog trt kt Pftpl o 11i
rull a rty CM am ro
10.000 Surehead cabbage pltan rr
ale. J. W azzm.
Valentines and post card at th Nor-
ety Store. L M. DON s.
Mr. E. D. O.in, editor and puolr r
of the News atCocoa, and Tisef
Melbourne, was in town Sunday aad
Monday.
Mr. C. K. EbertsofMaco Ga, ~r
rsenttie of the Southern Printers
Supply Co., of Wasaigton, D. C., was
in Ttunvlle Monday.
Forty dollars will boy a large see-d
hand Rider-Ericsonbhotair engine. WV
bun any fuel or rubbih sueh asam e
picked up in orange groves. Justto
tbing for iL~saL&a. Apply or addrM
STA offee.
Mr. A. K Wilson, of the Tribune
Fort Piere, called at THE SmTA ee
yesterday n his return from a week
spent at the state fair in Tampa. He
was accompanied by his niece, Mis
Edith Curry, who will be a typo in the
Tribune oiee.
Mr. Henry LeClair. a French chef of
21 years' experience, has been engaged
by Manager F. A. Losley, of the Alpine
hotel, and has been here about two
weeks. Mr. LeClair was formerly con-
nected with Restnr-nt De Lyon, Rue
St. Antoine, Paris, and was for several
years with Sherry's famous rest-nrot,
in New York. The Alpine makes a spec-
ialty of serving meals at all hours and
isequipped to serve meals a la carte
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equally divided among the three or- "-m UC I oein or te uaon t
ganizations.
Unfavorable weather necessitated Mrs. C. B. Kingman entertained the
SProgressive Culture clubTuesdaykfte-
the supper being served in the hall. Progreive Culture cubTuesday.ater-
noon in a most charming manner. Ina
The attractions were a candy booth, contest entitled "A musical Romance,"
cake table, valentine booth, fancy Mrs. H. G. Utley won first prize, a beau-
work table, etc., and the leading tiful hand made, lace trimmed handker-
feature of the affair was the two- chief, while the consolation prize, a dain-
faced dance, participated in by four ty little china bon bon dish, fell to Mrs.
young couples in fancy costume and Jas. Pritchad. Mrs. Rathbun favored
wearing two-faced masks, who danc- the assembly with two splendid reeita-
ed the lanciers, Virginia reel, a cake tons, Mrs. Salt sang two beautiful
walk and a Paul Jones. Excellent songs, and Mrs. W. T. Mathers and Miss
music was furnished during te eve- Daisy Brady furnished music on the
music was urnished during the eve- piano, all of which was much enjoyed.
ning by the Titusville orchestra. Delicious refreshments were servedand
The candy booth, presided over by altogether it was a very delightful af-
Miss Daisy Brady, took in $14.25 for fair.
all home-made candies. -..
The valentine booth, in charge of Will Advertise Titusville
Miss Laura Baily and a corps of as- Mr. J. H. Foss, ex-deputy commis-
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tusville base bal lot, on Tuesday next, sistants, did a rushing business and
A Box of Monkeys Feb. 18, at 2:30p m: Ad. Topperwein, kthe entie
O Thursday night Fe. 20th home the peerless rifle shot, who has broken was.kept busy the entire evening-,
the world's record twelve times; Mrs. over 800 valentines being disposed of.
talent will give an entertainment in the Topperwein, the world's champion lady Each purchaser was entitled to a
Titusville Opera House, presciating the shot with both shotgun and rie; J. M.
following program: Hawkins, the unparalleled shotgun ex- ticket in the teddy bear drawing.
Pano pert, who has broken 100 straight tar- Teddy was won by Master Frank
Pino duet. gets 61 times and holds the world's re- Battle.
A reeentitledA Box of Monkeys. of 128 straightMiss Helen Miller and Mrs. W. H.
Vocal mark.
Short ketch enEvtitled A Hot Massagerybody is invited, whether a shoot- Hall served at the cake table. A
Short sketch entitledAHoterornot. Come and bring your friends.
Piano solo.r aAdmission free. very fine cake was disposed of and
Daniehng (for all). Mr. W. M. Prindle "took" the
Tickets will be on sale at W. S. Bran-
ning's clothing store Fine Monday Offerings of Men's cake on No. 68.
Reserved seats, 50 cents. Clothing The flower table was in charge of
General Admission, 25 cents. .
Gime is money. This is the time: Mrs. Harry Wilson.
Walden, the M--ian and the money is in the reductions Mrs. M. M. Bail" had charge of
Walden, the Maian we have made in all broken lines of Mrs.a.yM.f charge of
The attraction at the Titusville Op- overcoats and suits. the display of fancy work.
era house next week will be Walden, The man who wants to brighten The supper consisted of oysters,
the magician, who will appear Wed- up his wardrobe can do it now at very served to order, coffee and sand-
nesday night. Feb. 19th. little cost. Stylish, splendidly made wiches, cake and ice cream.
The Palatka Herald says: "Though A. B. Kirschbaum suits and overcoats The affair was superintended by
a young man, Mr. Walden is one of in these reduced price groups:
the finest magicians in the country Black, oxford and fancy mixed Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, who worked
and never fails to please." overcoats at $$8 to $15.0. All were like a Trojan and deserves great
The Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal: much more. credit for the success of the affair.
"One of the features at the Valley Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots, Space will not permit a personal
theatre this week is Walden, the ma- black thibets and unfinished worsteds mention of all those who took an ac-
gician, who has just returned from a at $1*.S to $16k5. ;mention of allthose whotookanac
tour of the south. His act is mysti- Men's fancy and white vests, of the hanveds make lit wok a als of man
fying and popular." regular $4.50 to $6.00 grades, now at hands a ee tght workands asoces-
Reserved seats 50 cents; on sale at $3.49 each.ert a force that dssuccess.
Branning's Clothing Store; general Juuus KUNE.
admission 35 cents; children 25 cents. Titusville Fla. Drayg
Drayingor haulingof all kinds prompt-
Standard Sewing Machine A cool drink at a cool place at ly attended to. Meet all trains.
S MANDY'S. H. E. HOLTON.
The best ad lightest running on the MANDY'S. Titusville, Fla.
market, does both chain and lock stitch nge and Grapefruit Trees
on the same mahine. Can be furnished Orange and Grapeft Trees
with either rotary or vibrating shuttle. Grown at Shiloh Fa., on high For Sale
Spot eash prices or easy intallmnent hickory hammock. Free from white 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at
terms or rented. fly Oneer to two rold buds 5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old,
mINDI RIr Musvic HOUSE, Iy. one ye two ycr a now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire
Titusville. Fla. Prices from 25 to 35cents. Careful- brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill fine condition. Address
A cool drink at a cool place at station. J. W. GRIraF, E. B. ARNOLD.
MANDY'S. I Shiloh, Fla. Malabar, Fla.


sooner ox agriculture o 0 n e u. S., was
shown around the town this week by our
I enterprising townsman, Dr. J. S. Daniel.
SMr. Fss was here in the interest of col-
onizing his vast territory in sunny Flor-
ida, a5ga&&ting nearly 20,000 acres,
one grant of several thousand lies near
and northof Titusville, of which he re-
cured a chart from our surveyor, Mr.
Fries. Mr. Foes is the author of tre
book, A Gentleman from Everywi.Lv:.
Many of the scenes of which are laid in
Fair Florida, and a lecturer of great note.
'Mr. Foss left for Bradford and Clay
Counties Thursday morning looking after
Shis landed interests in that part of the
state. Mr. Foss expressed himself an
delighted with our little town and prom-
ised Dr. Danielthat through hisextend-
ed series of lectures in the north and
northwest this spring and summer that
he would give Titusville prominent not-
ice both in his lectures and brochures.
Of the latter he will issue several thou-
sand on The Colonization of Florida.

Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
ing and harrowing. See or address J.
W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
Wanted
One hundred laying hens, small sized
broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and
game, at Palmhurst hotel, Titusville.

For Sale Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on
the east or ocean sideof the Indian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. 3, sec-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
east. This land is unimproved but fine-
ly located. For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.


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