The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
February 28, 1908


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


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

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

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


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-lar ,er to we ak up i the ka n TUe e i e
ermw and for ete& to ense r that m have ie tbeolsm y t ho m \ a. it. s
M. hbe Mi. it. bt what difere me win mam thae -and- to dies. Perma rA .a wthe
t aftm1'otiamiti-Taftdeletes /tal mtUl It is what Peruan ll i, mt
Sreach the convention they td Ctock pe le myt abeat it, thai eoi- tam tn i-
m*P se. Tb e Robin was aot killed amn the The bsuewivee of t- T asi 1 haes-
know, will" brarswill o.Z oeky ha
i t aiger or ateim uigned to eats in the m;a in- It They hare reali.' e1 ii beaskt
Sted of on the floor? I The aml T re.a h it.s hthat
e iam aaidhor onghare tabe ehat tne af tha
SreleetiTm idontstl Te auer at Rockiledg an au id t ot
agd a at fl n election The New Rockledge cadino pre iLag of iti k tevsr.
1 t he t ha h 20 a1i- ke t h lwe hin oiut poundsex ard A"*-1 . Ho. 712 E. Y" Ihe
f the higher eees amda aeted a pretty picture on Thursday
sMilbepgrivdedagnsmttL afternoon and e i o the o C Perasa Their fainly Meadlela.
Qui of eetr tmspialeshbsdis by the Ladies' Aid society of Rock_ Mrs. Aonand, lrio.. ie t-t
lril av iralent an d widelswe rd ledge. Theaffair waBdeservedly e. Literary and Elai toiotl ora .I .
Itisesaied thewnmatoffie- careild. The was tat efully k tewHams thir tre a.
IW Thre lhave bhueb M ifesta- decorated and was crowded both af- y1 am I w hpase onr. .s r u' ..,
.aof it n po arti of ate tmun and evening wit gay and a1 tn. A t a.,t to ll h nli. .,
ut i rrd conty. happy peop. The fancy wmk table that is fe at atlA ,to-, htodrn t..
t tmaei haaotae ontest rpu- war in chargeof Mrs. Geo. Baker, old, and tak, it n.y tos Lud up mo
'Hese in thiiB e uHty. Mrs. GCateield and Mrs. Sieber, the and nle ,
apron table n charge of Mrs.tlo "My str athowho a tthrttg wh ad..,..
S,.bot l do and rs. Underw ilof Od. Theue ladies aa b0I Pe una. too, aind abeit o f -n. a i

of Columba tuniversity, for te he numerous .st oe. r The h tYour medicin. e crt .ly -t,.-- y
NOW ywrk, has been making a study pretty dower table, in charge of Miae s of pris
r "the elimination of pupils from Green, Mins og an and Mrs. Greeniok a t ca .
tholipaitsehools." Hisconclusions proved quitean attractionaod was MR ATnE HMAlLTON. V MLANThoioYRAUCH tres.Treoojer.o tin tai

Prof. Theendihe finlds that in the 62; C. Wilcox, 22; F. J. Simmons, 14; tt:arat, Ky., writet : street, Bsreyr )., wriao: what a ortteetly soll t a-. at ,
e h the rea graduate Dr. Hughlett 12 O.K. Key, 2 P. n Pe was ser from ot on-id o ha he h had i
~de B othen henumber of pupils as Troy, 2; L Sieber, 2 J. Fisk, lIT. tndsionm othe throne. Itdid sipato ad tontraid ti:esin took l e eP r. I ro
the. l g to a hiher grade. Ronald, ; S. F. Travis, ; a Beardsti- rl o t n-ted thethidone, st thoaght y our ad ee and pureha-ed -sx ttatl so on
thani ft bi bow Previously,0 popular rermnnd in^u Cahtn R Gie takensh P"

Only aboat 25 out of 100 children ly, 1; F. Baldwin, 1. The prettyI t t. take aa wther battle. Po nasa I dM F. Wh htaken good ri
enterthiw the public aschools stay long table of home made candy in -rge have always weighed 10 ponado, y oaae I felt ah eter, a P una and fo I sa n gt a- .-
chaTrse'a one theltaskinins'esatiweigh nse I hve L takent. "s e a t ti a t "a ot-t 0 ... T
eigh toreadand writecorretly ofMrs. WillifordandtheM isesBer- l rth tel ife, d el entirely well,but I will cotin pl .. t
eh words e as they fdnecessaryfor tha and Maud Baker proved a great ;a nlw thirty-three years old. tYour taking the sricinetmfor f-I rt time t, ~5C.a tne i .1 -,faI
rdila ry purpose& attraction to all and the ladies were t,.dicine hao surely done me a great make sure of my co aat i aOnu Onrepaito .-.0 1.4- -
Not more than 20 ont of 100 ehil kept busy weighing out pounds and od ha e.. edd t think oaIsi. irof th. tinr r
n entering the ctty public schools half pounds of the dleliciom sweet& ,It to seeral otthers who have begun metdes for constipation that l .. tr
taking it. tried. I will seser be without It t Mr.tagoI r It,. :-Nort
si longer than the fifth grade. The upper tables were in ch*ge My mother, who is seventy-six years has slade me so strong. I can do a Littih Rock, Ark, wr i,
Morethan half of the childrenin of Miss Blakeslee, MissConklin, Mrs. old, bad grown so weak she coul day' work ad never tie I a no -I -a trbled I- io
the grammar schools are taught by Battenfield, Mrs. Green and Mrs. scarceley walk. She took two bottles of glad I do not get those dizzy spellt any chrtot di e ne t tt.r.iasto t
V.mmg. Geiger, sedated by the Mises Stella Permaaamdiafeshierandlookingwell." moe. I haven't had one since I took khed .ou nohie e r.i a
LA= than one child in tell entered and Mary Douglas, Hattie Bower, e teo Cas uv eannot thlak you enough for what rmeo-th LI'e and
in the grammar schools graduates Jessie Lockhart, Amy Geiger. Alice Mrs. x.P. Jonse, ofurningSpring., your medicine has done for me. All sumption of the I awel,. 0 .
frot the bigh school. Chalker, Maud Baker and Miss o y, writes: sick people should give it a fda r trialt s 'aid heo toud.. fuhe I .
Only wlat oe in lthree graduates gam. These ladies were very busy "No family moul e ver be without i ey d muad, einetwomntlh.,but t .1m.e -s
frin a. elmoentary school of seven waiting on the large and happy sa fee It ia aan s ling sn for a"A friend of wniee 1vs m ,
gades or more. crowd. The handsome stom of $25 Prevdn sd it insa eearollet msety to Mns. .H.Cars, MO ri Peruanad 1tad... Ater t., Se
Onlyaboutone-half of the number wai realized. And to ispeak from a standpoitat of "I had estarrh of the kidneys and two bottles I found it as-helpig mse,
of pupils ave y information of eperiece, I can candidly say that it Is bladder. I have taken Perns until so I atned Itn -, an iat bha. crea
con eamme oceri the history Work on the Ex io the resmeldy for interal estsarh. Ishall now, and I do not think I need to take .t ad ad wea.
not bestaltts to leammead it, especially say longer. 0 -1 ean recommend Pernaa to w ay-ae,
of the country, its literature or its The Miami Metropolt. of Monda tesaleag w me, "I feel well, and my tongue is i leer, sad If anyone wa.s to know w0at
.art.eya: cPam has gained fall confidence ad I hae o bitter tains Is mya month. Perone did fIr ri. it tley w.U .its to
In the city high schools there will While all of the constructing work asad apermas ntastay in aor home." IsamverythankfulforPeras." at I will answer lpromptl."
aw rage, for the lower classes, four of the F. C. extension from the main -.
io three boys, a t load to Knights Key has been advan Key Vaeas is entrally located On
tion of girls increasesby em atio to a stage sumelent to allow the op the extoension and if a flow of fresh
o girls increases by elimination cration of tans there is mtuneh work water Is obtained, all other points will
there are 71 per cent moregirlsthan tties are eonsidered completed wells are a failure the company wil
Prof. Thorndike's investigations -otk rinfoeing andt filling In te na ;ag ft-h, rotr
areeorrubeoativeof conelusionstnthat rious restles along the route. Thes It Is very ren iayi stated that pla N
have been expressed many times, vis: tre-,ita cover a total distance of about are unde,-ay for a resumption of e.x
'lat boye have to necessarilygetout t-, milets anti the work now unde tension operations b1low Knights Kin
S and hustle for a living while girls aY' t ill consuate several moent. Thet t.. h y ar y dat, It is aso sai
al may spend a few additional year. at rattiforrt. is of Piling and steel wh'lt that bthe hed o-e for engine-ering -at
school beyond what .u..ber the bot ..r i. oWil hg o tne pp. littele torh .I' nntaintd tois l it,
c an affortd. ,i tIe t(restles a li fodatit ard ro, cIe.ed to, Key We t ae re-
The conclhtion of Penof Thiorttdit I c"ItTOtpany ii n ,ow 1,trilg -t O tr t-dr wal d-l,. A la .t
is that the young aomen ,f t ; e-r :m a- k frehi .-: f ,t wi pa o
country are beemin b.t du- ,u t a Ke, st on t, hr impr
eated than the youni vn. a.. ...s w.: ra --I be ,esary lt 1t

Who Killed Cock Robin?t h,,inus
Toe New York World 4f r
17th" "lhins lhe feii tA :.z STEWARTI
Who saved Floridu Ifro lt ng
o ieholdeto to L'i.o,- -0 iOtttt-nt ti"
brought about the lctin-,l.'a F, ,

a. totheburnslngqist.,tl a.: '., 'yTITUSVILLE, FLORIDA A K KA Nl 0

4 Lowell. bIit.-n ioys Itil:I I!. H. neax'r t ti tink torn f,-tot lin:',- represent some oftbe I,-t':,.
toured Florida in a stcir .ar .,r t .,j n1t-h f-itoh the y itits p ompanies of the world and
ten dayo ib tt before t t. oli lt. ii t-t: I oh e buosiness entrusted to me will re-
ventiton and stirred u;, ther oi iTat ale. ceiveprompt andcareful attention
revolt. The t t oilt-i t Ie th i p,.o1,- 0 -
Judson Douglas Wctmor. a N, w ;lo anot I..n 1tng ai U n n FOr sale nby the
Yorklawyer,.ays hedidit. H1 xatin( uUt Coa IsUt M ati Makt
Haughes leaue anti made oa anti- Ia it 1 1 t ... ,. O.F. DUREN, AGENT INDIAN RIVER
.Taft spiove.i t-he tigtftr iton .. i ... M USt OUSE
-v.ention. .... . tt . .. ;. Florida and C H
.uential e-gro p. ..o-:t oo.Jackstn- lto ... te Western TITUSVILLE. FLA.
ville, says he did it. lie was madel asing at the 1-' had to be abawn
chairman of the convention, and af-, ed Another well is now bei riven NO
ter the row started was pulled offi In the saoe vicinity and has ben got
the platform three tim esand had the; t, ni'e I o teph of no nd.ore o all Kinds.
eqair taken from under him half a* et. The work is in charge of a goe
dozentinmes. but hissideo te' aledfur .. in'.otOp. t inn at-ot .in . TITISVILLE. FLORIDA

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A.Doator's deft wisigna" '

StMedicine istra -trob
-artbo m l.. I frtheight an the mmain
a n,. Ayer's Cherry Pameldl ais atm i ofM e the
at a dp, Como syrup. e Mr. W. S. Norweed mthemorth
at m m m iniegmdine, a dssap s Fied Ki. The erash budly dse-
e d agedl the ihtessind m t Imer
a mbken aesma udii It cres hard cons, amd medaa up a rlelsi of fruit
wih a lasw mmm in s tare and deaperme to the lo nootie. Thei ame-
v chroNic ces of uSI&, p&eN- ger engine (one of the large new 4
ar the mw re&u &a ry, briaochis. cessaqiptlpo. typeo) was not mnteriolly injured.
to Kalghts Key t a Ask yper dolctor bshou this. The beggage car next to the pamen-
a Tebs.trim.aila .nil ger loeomotive wsteheosedalmopte
uMk c a miser Waa i meh 55M o~ r w -e completely into the mail car. This
stlnt th e the emrasse mg s .a .S telescoping acted as a buffer to the
eaw o Ia the atom at the shoc. dck of the collisim to the pime-
vu "m. train and of the passengers Pbuu.
I% Dtbt Fair at Tampa hba beex were hurt. Yft ON& &Ad" ^]f
an saneass m the directors ave Mail Clerk Kinney was budly in- T9
too MoMdte lierpositon recsr jured internally, being pinned in the mob Whtfe now W -
WOaO e'Ms of Ayse'Ps at" at. wreck by the telescoping car,. but riUg f Tarftar
M om aalrdy aol will recover, also Mail Clerk Whid- ,
*hInAe ms hr the spring tere- LAP YEAR BALL den and Mail Weigher Weir were A U M
rt~ *= at the luorida Fmanle slightly injured. How these three
ae at TammmWde.e Big sorl esaped being killed isalmost
e gaslie Mil of N. J. Tashma Event of the Sesson miraculous r. Kinneywaspinned Big Castle Deal in Osceola itn4vidual in the State, and I indeed
am s Intd a tyto ~ h od to The largest cattl deal ever co, asld in fact the cattle king Ot florid
hs by Ine Thursday night at oi smuiste tis ecount wasn mai -Kissimmee Valley Gasette.
am m than ,00. o them was the leap year mong be liberated by mwing an open ng ham last Tuesday, when aL t Lesay
querade ball given at the opera house for him to crawl out. Weir wait perei ad the n a t. A Dangerous Opsre a
t.e t Iclo hany en o. Wedeaday evening. thrown up into the top of the car bra several marks and brands s the ,. oval of the pniy b reo
e at t Therea anun mallylargecrowd near the ventilators. o J. F. O Berry, together with his half No oe wbotakes Dr. Ki g New Life Pi
In ta s I ta s of re e olo ur in dmm k 1W all sorts of costum es T he accident w as due to t he e r. t I. PO' rr e r w t his half
frsager rin i mn I do11 rm, 80 tt Od t interest in pastre lands valued TCh" o quickly you do' t fIel e
".^ B ___ from the blmtiful, pictureque end D rins truted torn t -0.00 arnd esed Jointl b O' Ber y upi, l'l "
ma km hdemande tot a srat unlue, to the most amuing and ty minutes late, it should not have and C. A. Caies. The cattle "s c. el a Da s, ttor.
SNu1 drthe amertefit comic, were represented. It being reachedTitusvile until3:47. Atthe iemated i -n-her about 6000 -ead
a.tma eaFort M e-. IMPaleP year affair the ladies had en- time of the collsion the freight bad and the consideration for the cattle iothes it.iug bi. hetoi teer tm bos
tionl k rt Myer tire charge, inviting their gentlemen ust aredto take the side track to and lands was o$57,000. Mr. Le -sley ai e. i8 ve il esn iese,
LAW amabtur automobile rates onn rjus room fo c he wn sg. sowlwa, moirsa- hsa he*
Sbach e es ts. partners n the dane inoming nw ow moe tte than any other dr gg s .

thesma bdalg present one day ieh the mousk for the occasion. Deers V ilaume and Breker and the
atluy. At 11 o'clock masks were removed jumped ad ved them-
The Florld Post rs' A and the dancing was kept up at a wrek delayed regular train
thim losed its frst aua convention Iively rate until 1 o'clock a.m. Saturday for several hours but allI
a Tamps last Friday with a grand ban The following i9 alist of the rep- trains were on ashedule time again
cae a ho cesmito"tos thearly asndea uo. TITUSVILLE, M ARCH 2
r. wee "ie to make them sot- w
fnrea aompdied by the ax asses Mrs. Robimon, equestrienne. lIr __nu__a_ TIU.L E M ARCH 2
Nor at New anycra show that that Mrs. G. M. Robbin an up-to-date ,Theqis haertnef ai.atf Bs.ic e it. .p
tab la almmst doubled ite populatleei eeorie b.w th ftm rheamtyae 26th Annual Tour of
darlag the past ear years and also Its Mrs. Adams, Red Crie nurse sic, l.ts btekh. lmuo.s, and deep seated
tasabte property. Mrs. Phil Wright, Indian girl end mussilar pai. For il by Ttisaville Ain a* A L W7
__J The Oea Big Minstrel Show
Asououtios or the .atisslon Le- Miss Willard. Japane lady. Poesume sad tit d4esgl s re
.anm t l ma wtlt be held I s i Mi MlrEmlprees Eugenie. cheseasdt ,eni r.-o-D BT IV lnStrel ow '
Tfll on March 17. 15. s1 a a. MIss FrankieStewart, fortune tell- Eteric Oil. Stes the pais dl hets the
Am. the ate.d a ns wil.. Go.a- eor. d. ll TheOldestand Largest Minstrelt.
er.we Gi of North Cariaos. Mrs. McFarland, Gipsy. Prof. Joe FMdtin's School Organization in the United States
The lh cblth coatlanues very light. Mia Whit.e, .or. Joe Fekling wrm a =atural born fight- O
nlEMaet or week emag last Toes Mrs. Warbinton, Grecian lady. er and wrestler He was boreeCheet- REaded and ap-to-date, including the greatest galaxy of
Y alht amUted to oaly three ear MiZaandie Stewart, night. I Hill Rod, Manchester, Engld, sweet singers ever assembled in one company
eads to balk and m arremts. agsregat Mi Katie Stewart. pink domino. ht r"d h Saf ias r Presented under a mammoth canvas theatre sting 8,00
5ag 8 poiads.-Pustat ords, Her Mrs. W. S. Branning, pink domino. insted. He was fre tly s --- -
a the distra &Moog the Tlg consider
iPasn gsie y a EAST COAST LUMBER & SPPLY GO *'|
.o ee the die.t a ist e MTeeter. Peasant girl. since Jes's ohe~hs imeIodtherehsbeommde
pr Ia Key West the city counci bu Kise Elsie Ives, Gipsy. the faus Mau chestee ship eana .. .._
ed a apriati Miss Ga Snowden, the spt Joe assed y
spoMeneaiUn e $1h e, SIT !bys rianing, jumping, wrestig, be- EALERS IN
bt il'-.. De-"uara Japailn.r lady. mg, swnistg. etc.
m by the eommiulomem of Mroe Smith elding ha won over 100 competi-
Vie Sophia Jnt. Indiany adent for gold medals. casn belts -il b
o.mlk t h Miss Sophia Smith, Indian maidve ten srvie, e. etraveled witha ul g a al
The eri Ambaor to the M Robimson, ghnt. Tom Comor, who deuted Even Lewis
United States. m Seck von Ste Miss ight. t (the trangler for the championhiof OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL
baUr, delivered a splendid addre iss las i he wold, so Prof. Pieling mus it a t Cocoa. u Fort le i lm
Saturday eo the Tm Cm i Spencer and Mis Bowman, goUdota.t T1t1lI0, C. Eo Gill Fort Pwit Ua Itr PW Buck
o ery fashionble young lies of thetim Irish lad) d We are prepared to met fa competition on house orders
Mrsngth." Dr. Robinson, tramp. Al u Greenf(etl, each one in turn fadht for shipment direct from the mills
The corncr stone of the sew German Mr. W. S. Branning, U. S. volun- John L. Snilivan for the world's cham- -
club t 1. Tampa, -s Wit 11hteer.e ship. O s this side of the water Jse. .... .
pluh Ho ,.se In TamaSpa. wa laid nth eer. hIas (o pleted a similar occurrence suc
..ppr.oritle cremontis BSat arda. Mr. C. I1. Waltr, t ink and whit cessfu lly o Fielding's first prerofe-
ripeck vn Sternberg. andbarw Mr. Wall. le;n, San.-, 1rat,, t-heatre. Wachigton, D. ., f.r I
ador t tthe United SHAtRts Mr. Glac. eadvt. 1] t. h f tnAeh e1f MarI ndt R R E5
-G.. t'. eSuimorce. frnhe, -ahhi,, Mr. Btt Jhnton, chod b.'. trict ,-f ,'u nl-a. Joe eeasily defeata
ir the Pensracrla Bank an.1 Trat rCol Mr. Irt I1. sltet jyia rii all c er ith Mullldoun
sitra tn tr It. Nr, -th t h iray ILwJ.1 -v. 1 3. ....
I ,,a, .ti.,. Mr.. ,,f,, Jas. Pritchard & Son
,Mre.e o rla l f o r I i tr .f
fencsi has bretn x l lrr tii I t ; T r. ali' hirhy, ul l. It,. 1tteh t t I a As th e 'ain-r Iia -he
eniion.idio. ita M Matt h.y.i (hti >t(h(nat | .. ea"'i, h, Handle the Finest Lines of
A T laliisc- lsti atcli itri Mr. L. Brat i at ra.. I- t- E.-rs :i t ; it- a
..ovenor B.. iioat ill a l 1r, a., ill, -Ah I i, F . I, Heavy and Shelf iardware .
tidat, in Ihe next tritur, y ..r I- t tie, t tr i l Ithladiat- N rrr
at-large t t th Xatrai lal ,ertr t r ltti a t ". l a nk n- I
Csvention andI thlat tr will "tttsr Mr. 1. E. l .h Int n- O Sto k o
William Jeunit s Bran for the P.- Vl. . llSiti, l.l't t -ir i tatly Stock of
ide ntal.o. (on. l.ury I a,,iith ... ar t,,e,,., at r... t Guns and Sporting Goods
Because of an linstilcient aumaber Mr. Wills, clo'.n im lr l sie. th c- is teuc ng athlr t Io G
vigners to the petiti.., the request 3. Master Ryals Wager, sailr ibo. ,unoai Pi .i l ,at i .it IS Com peLe at all times
the Prohibitlionists for a special ele- - Champion Athlete.
tiou to determnlae whether ur not th w oekly Weatler ttsepor. N. B. Rub dr wn with a lthr.] anid
ae of lItoxicating liquom should he Jrteret. FI.., Fi --,. witch ha iel a .,..ialt,. it
"i...c In D ea y coun. bhe. been de.- m.e.rstive sied by the beard of cosaty e-omi- sd esinfall fIr the week -udi- T..e.da. .,. 1
me .ofne .s...uLrd Vno ... ... t........ .... t one of our Specialties
Government experts have ansuret lr. iti e5i T t a tt i- t ,nr t *tr
r. piaster that fresh water cabe 7 ut n h lttrsttr te inirsit tln-AniiAer
Mr. Fongr that fresh water can be e' i ut th a Hi I Quotations for large or small orders will
les an artestan wel to now in pros, l i ... It t i, *r ni,,,ti vil be given personal attention. Mail Orders
mnm at Key Vacas. There Is no l .,. k. ..k-d.wn; hoa, hte solicited and promptly filled
duchte that trme water ram also be se, Totalesiaiellnr thrwr ek +t kie -.. s ,.-i-- '"--Jeus t ashsra vieuylmn r.
eared at Key West. and Ui the well at Mee e sit u .nk l-itiiioi rMl S- TITU LrsIt, FLORIDA
h. d j.,e ln ,l lrii.ti,,,ebl, 4l TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAl
Key Viaci proves a &seeess the work Dlesman -iatll ,ier Jo is. .iiiv Tlr- d hmh ad barlap
Se stated here t one-Ke i h H.UP. iIag. y i ntit e we ~v
W e d C it ci s i nth u rge I frre ig itt i t H 3 1v i 1 ill ttA G tI ,R i tn te o n d ,

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Commikener Lane upon the chatu
aimt the Southern racrc and their
Investaitio bn him has been mad t
pbilet It shows that since the rate M
bill went into efect a system of rthal
g hbes In it ore onsa the out lemaim .all tO

iA Int of I( firms is giveo which re =.i=15I5 e yi e a a koo
ci ved preferential rates. and ione of l el sl
theer is shown to have renived I. OANIDY
Sil during the period frotm Alrle. t11
to the date of the Ilesttigatinti !. It
eassomned that the departni ent of jiutl
will eommence prllentiot in bthe a

bhe ess h It fl- to that or migi'ffw a problem of "raft smlast the I
EX ECUTIVE] In Orne maIenas i tillingt the dAtt- Chtrsh Sitm Notmt Right RAT. .. ..t
pyiP to th aue that I some of the Taft. the state cnntio is expectei Re,. Dr. William H. Roocorkh. past.1"! .a-,' lw i. | e
Uih. ei n Wafe C'ts. hbaittleips the mall armor belt alows to l a repetiton of the one In Florida of the First Refomled hbunrh of Bay. Is t.e teeas se' e t
iat Roosevelt upon hearing but Asill se above the water whel rsretly. urur has it that Seatlur onen. N. J.. rretale no slight seuntsatioi cal aesale.
I he pritnclpal raniUal erstrems ful equipped and ready for se the Crane of Ma.sslchMerts s engileeriun whetn he declared from his pulpit re y
m Wa lireparing to annonae a general dmhirtel ttemel nt very rspe6fi'. tbhe sautiern ampailg ag aimt at:. ently that the doctrlnes and erelesie .I- _
i. lF e tlo Ito the was oof emoplo yee He ems It ti snfortunately a fact thil I t it o aly ehiirgci that Standa Oil tlnl iytew f the church today ere
S stl ted an Investiatlion with aI "the actual draft of men-of-war at i money was used freely in spiitting the """nited to he needs o the twentieth ri]l *u z x 0 did il
i r to Slinng If ueb a reductiotn 1 completloo is t quenty Iereat er than Florida conventio. Foraker is ex "retry: t lit the ctrina systm of wa,! le,.aie ,rlnr ,r of a t li
P od by the facts. To this emtn. that foI whieh they welr designed ow- pected to dlrl ofr a ronsiderable po the chneh was heritage from the six h.. .tidl
SMi ler the K rdi n law. he has lag to changes of a milltary chracter" tio of the pegro l, iith ctntlry: that, while It cnteri e TTE FOR EKS
spq Leld Chairman Knapp of the in The report gie a list of httlie drills. I After his flyingI ti, through Mi.hi 'ol of tr.' the bdy was unsui-I SUESIU
Umlte etoeme -ee ho mntialion hai beginning In the summner of IT'. and gan Taft cauie east I, :lttend the gra' ti tthl timle,. The curh. ie sail.
Ca-eislonerL of Labor Selll to nrl.tP shows that up to last summer the rc- ltinlg eercis.e iit hWest LPint and was not founded uui ll ink> aind. Citago hI en s "
tInvetlatil and report o whai sels of the navy In al parts of the then began a dnbh lato New EMhglantd reed to the stry of Duuei in i r r
e' IetL. Aereoding to Chief Stone of world partinciated Ia seven.t se ts of with a resiEg recepltoi frot hisn lma tllons de. the opening tld l c sea
r i igainee' Brotherthod. the Chi ret manerers and battle drills. mater at Hartford. 'on. At Co eonl. Itforet e fletein lsrae-"tites '*c. a i .. .
SGreat Westen 1. to start th Balln d On. N. H. he sid the time had come when u I i li ln I..
w g cittlng moveement *The ttol >T The sightl oBee of the war the D Igley tarif sbould I~ re-cat .a tle ch. 'he tret t i :, i.,',
eales are prepane to resist the ri teat has received ten bid for the con llI lth oa tyew te its revisionu o t a ei eht he s rt ie i i > '., 1wa li i 'th, Ii 1,
oetie to the u tterut straction of a dirigble blloon. thebids pure pertectlve .t : ls In realrd pe to liiin.n t'he reliit cit th tr t g ttf r ,
the o Paific the bhbiiic bt were retles of th se ,
uma C pbel 4g .Carese. runing from K M000 to =3.000. T h e t Pactle moi liacon hn sai "I It the thinc. that w -re vehicles of those a t -. I .,,^ .
'" Lawee 0. Murray. nosw aolitan speBleaton eo er the contracio o f the orienttas It I necessar to ll the Iys riit he rvhicles of td ay." H
seaserry of the department of com a talloon to carry a comlined weighl iee n orer to be convricng. It ts 0 claln his intentlltn ,if aking the ian Tl .
ane, eand lahor, wilL I t is ndeutood of 350 pousds and at least 100 po d. |a one. businels where the Be t i s i thorities of the Ichlerh for rper:,iss..i. i I -.i r.i I .
sthorttiy sucerct of ballast and to have a sped of twen- tlo re th ti for te et h'u
tW. B. itlel.i ty miles per hoar In still air. Still Hearing From the Mlnug. '. i: the ldr n more i ] .. pc' l
an roenptroller | Later issues of the national weekly ieiiv i'-.-l ,, l* r It.o -ck's chunch ilvlt,'i hri i, i i ..
Sof te correney. CONGRESSIONAL revies. ater an ex:iination of repe- ;ir se .ilnst his :i|iueins. it i- .al tsahi d ts i -
Mre I ONREtdgely sentative papers fro:u every section f 1 y uniiu'e,. hic,, dck are stwand -,risi
bavis.g decided- the country. ag-ee in reporting the ef ing Iyay Iy- tie. i on.d a sp lit la th li- i
Sto ac-tl the More Tcasury Facts Wanted. feet of the recent speall message tof we-ley eill iii.- i .Im' -e- -
presidency of The senate has passed a resolutlie the preitleit iealnmlng his raiTlll important Bilical Codex. h, : I.-
the reoirganited introduceld by tulbernou of Texas di poliles-. Thi Literary Digest says that l rcfesor ienry A, Sau ider ... e ,
National Bank ctting the secretary of the troitaur "Ipolltill ornu lbioi, wa: the molt in ,orertty of ltchiga, b ieve th
of Commerneat o iilfoin thCe senat of any nation titetble tmmc dite telt" and that n mnuscpt recentl nd Chrle i i .. .. ..
-Kansas City. an bauk ouuside of New York city coin wid'ler survey of the inwspaper held T. Fee Is aew codes of th Bll. ' -
S astitution plaining Ity t eleg.r h or lettr to the seems to pro've that the appilaull far and the most lcnplPte In existe ,
lwhah suspend- I tnrasury departlment betlveeu Oct. I outwetigh the lcondenriation the tter There are but thee others. the Vati ,
Sdpa ymentdr' aed Niov. 1. of the refusal of New York lirng directed l oslt entirely ,gist i. the Alexsndrito and the Siaitei ll '. I :
Ing the late national banks to pay New lork ex. the manuiera d no. the matter of the two of he age ectl d
aBanial strina- change in ash o, respond to cat.s tor me sse" The [lol,,lenot inds that none is an original dochese t. There a in
Sgeoncy. Mr. Mour reserrves If such complailts were events i the east. hin.e sme of the are many diferentce of structure be "- a
ilawl e O. M ay the ry m ire ted tos end ldtal p e t th,'iet di app re of ni een the three other so nd the F- What to Do When BWiu
plaed to hb copie of the correiponiterics to the the a-e. the Prot hihlt of .tplnteo' tp.. tefee iiovet -itl ,", ..- ,
peraest ot. one Dec. 24. 190 B prevrlot senate. is i t approvl and that the people take mates e date o the ew document at i
K-?"Ed aSaEt An5ha ES ^eo tIs asho; |
a whth e had ben an fer f the A m m m' Liily B ittle stk i the ata I aot the MoISCELLAN s Advice to the Aged.
St no thue of the ndit ioeshing pri- countles of Oklnhoea te primar rLiiebility B sio la l ti.. b u a. d.
oFto/ llcty bill Win h hees wIlpro- t Sm ongl RdepuThians approval I -
Sm d a ave pd hall pnt the recoer of dm will be to he e ola unit ror tChe ha melt t. under the lmedte
Toate Cma no f. Which H c of houh It be taken Into ctn tid o bp aisa p c. _.11. A.R a lea|st of- |r o
so at Athi N,. tbeo I.n. d, h dll wh worho.e believesndte for puc l th p am he tthe
dtee the emplree mowe ettee lolly, ti-te Ohiahastas teas PitcieA e
lt to the barnNored cier c in atll bre b cob l dere or nt eed s une of the s Eor will e -l ive CLr te

g1 ) r es A re O e r th e r k of his p o itio n it inj ured in m m ed by di rec vot I n stated P art y T hC r uixser to by gone tour w eeev and h ave- ee c toCthese arEass.
At the dtengexd. e e~a..o.. oeon of the rdointrd hich pr .et eles of Onk lawh the priarec two In : t h ci
T e w la e Mt lie ary sadem. Feb. C. isilna of the new bill o re that Ila eletin hve gone for Brya. and t e Tl ChelC- aor Colnl Diygses. l
la e-s br tied lldhiploma edma Ta riot oInueirybutoe Derglge. ure. oDemertideeg tionof the n wi be Thrnego Dotr ow..h te gwoe-
e 'IsW maIntained a ealse speed sla Tll prevent lthe r hoery dmage. he ld herefore a it for th e eurndo uc de the imkiediate ,'-r
A. S48 s .r wbh It Pic ease o a lthougsh It mpa the eI t C. Ah. p roughtt O Tf lil tse tool and

tim ae pan of b le om lllltia colle.t luformedon about the prices at hspeed c to h for o durngth A Wn ]...l r., .pica t... Y. 14.., (
Sealet eed squled aIn iad cration h s afferting the samoun of such Disiet Primrie Fee Itinois. we l l. Is bare sli for the

UHl li dutye aus tM herer or chld abrofd. Thi Rei blcaI toeade db drrectedt alep They mxlin toue lie tobe foocwer E- ocd hai55555In .
lo ml the eg reegoud epro made by a s dmlyi ansl asid thet naort tin Hreafter a ill I rd lintes for l public m tDober. i. J. they wilt
l te a rteid esito te t tshall hsetliderd in harlgnlln sle est of ehery grade 1 tlo lonl e logl em Ind tnhre ie t ri l o the ei res w
tl thi gea0ta t elner odenito the .ay oteletton o i ratiOritd which is pie na electial. t la tcI that effae to et eight ,ce two eairh lg s
s rat oltiby. Alk emy. Fto ebl. 14. leagmoeDis appeged ltm o the dei having bheelo enaed by the legisl- our to-iWs. lth d
Mil f ee gives itet di omt end Trl Inquiry Vote Dow tlre. N- o more oeentiac P will he Tornado Destroyk* Tol wn VO
m ea. Thi us elct e o a w lali th po he DClesm oamd in the ouse held fors purpea, tin la.o t i.
a rmar of w tedeyl cort l a While Spefo ket to aoloir pllacea ref tehe Repdblicansen Pi Mi Shonte aof llc wrought l
Al ska. Tse de disce to ofbe trWad rio rs to oUariff r Feb. 1n hiens He its a loan. alrmhouhla then offered h ter tMi. o T-nalorsoa the dauht er 'c.
ftt ae d the rpal addess will be plta cholleakue froi Illito aomi 8toe milec the i h eli woman RIn Ameca olle. Nso and Seriee. At noweast eight HANDY
Scared by led. The Jony a bed the c ere il agents of the heresu of had her figr at the fashionable ricd of al, ar r eported and may ereos
t lzttiqssosorhta lsee malhot manufactur s it I ts cfeotgn te"s to New Yock, uny of whaom. she laid. injuries.
a se po e of h i fe ted our or ie da ll a r ilnf of t he sboutter vir had come to her i or money duintg t Powder Mill Eiiid ried d 'i ot thi Fn,,h .-
t1v and ape fn OSr Navy. fore all lw y reAm llena throt made goms. ar ot made o d. The miig he of tah De Geerh in at
I Admiral Georgdye tA. Copive'e ic thradnon ma'.e I tlie houde lU | Tafs beln the hoer I mooE-ine" n! ta
Stnd pba leBt J a the board o promptly tear aod that no r d he continued, "for orli It i(e s e p k ac[o 'c a s
tresegsn of te sati has made the speaker In his i ed ng that e h m When the craho warry t to atcos- and th'h e ree M- minis .o r naet te -i
fp dkvdis of So p..seeilt s. set- motion win ot of eOrder in to Iu esenays ployeea Instintly killed. Mouch dniai- -Lik'.a loIs.
p kela repoat owkehe he erderedui a Ith the t ..ft"emlr. oe betie lde,- weone Tft = or femy Ow age was dup to ... dje propert,

tseuedt of Orepidat gooe ectlt ros ttho be f L thet romrne Tt and who n a ger n oo evel and TeD.d L ad TIME IS MONEY

oiBsy hinacle tho rporecet sm tem rieon. heand foted Inc booned Th wh o atin ily ha state rat ccoid a bolt osti away heIt
t Glhhl.asr toall to Flrhankti. It t lmfo'rs s oppe aled ure tho reduce the he lean ra dlsed In half milce eaey ad
o an tie eitory. to pesrve order of the chadir o tths etlnd to Pn White*a a oasoce- wetins boviretc.-pti -
Mdaina the mniag str ike to that er- a r le ll million ed n tielta ng a
n, acinpoulr magli tlke Admiralp r Cand wounmd In th who wa be headed t- dened e tl n
S ese titles of the fldentl court the man who mpeaker Canton wpeesh. dnret alied 'be Vanda-hettr Fr n to e eet thalt Now ia D uhss
Alasae. Tie distance to he traveled over the lower hou oe. Feb. 18. his Be- billts a tat ln. l 1Uh they h .liser ,telTta Shou ts the dloug hle
carded by sleda The ourlt y n He do e tell manted to get o tpeoait volt. *t i as t e serit as pad y frm bl" N. I York IT.eti s a tell. Ia n li.1-
aeles pllhele tot tfhoe o re fe days. an re ord ot there wer caill r a 6he- te mod, l d toe the oaiin a, ied ti, the r ., I I'h
sassere Dfs.a o e- Navy. fore all by deci ilt the he e i to ..All t h tish un e
ar AdmIte ublGeorge A. Coareorse. which ('sno n made In tie houc iti Taft being the nict-ee o in1." fat.-er ".

ad t r POLITICAL pnide gd.l l tots tadl hi deI I'di1t1 t , i
retreid preoiden i of the bsar f eoi ns- thicty-four yearo e ago thab ery do t he sitYtsueed 'fr .k I Vn s b, ina.. t
teih of the nary, hae matde Boutell T skethed t sc ene cttillaor pairen t that hre a i ol arr, th -- h e In i
gagggs olm e nso condf the tleks on th e eiti Taft or some one rFI1' get upted as tTa1h
S pecal epottwhIch he prepeld at t some of the ttoal.lcr so bot s1e vc Tt o i i ''
eeclsest of President Rosevelt l whc were tben Ipromicit sod ho acid came Re eTeddy will T I ic
metbho of desnng d the t c 'aem o r sc e o in later yeta -tIlaie. sweed the eonventin r sold by the IndiPn R
h e S y o f t h e ota n b ot l sU e. S t cev e t rsra i rl ,r.i . ,Tt. i i, .i ; l
shipa. While ths report is aintededMils 1TIe nemtes of twad state gvteue i d si T of Vt
a nawl e to a ll th e r e es n t e a t te oa s c a n t ed f ro m I 'a s uo t 's S l 'e c h l n a m e o inll y i ,' ii i'Te co it,..
ape the adety of inalsIt ftvor of the mcearure to reduce the have heen fcih di "'nn
oncer, e n ,d 5th with c i RepcclIi i noI ninti-'on 0,,h,,i ri. i it
asi. it Ih primsily a reply to Henry di rurn act.ed Ifori U ice Pri ident t o hc'ti-u' Il iiic. t- d, Chlines "Ito., brad. Isahe T
of a poputlr n inagai .. Adareaal (o- 'c-' ad womnll p by asking who he headeb by -aft-dp t 1'iii -, e.,-i , n,
ne dost-no maotart that an miota-es the ... who made that speech. Grest loilfd of Me ahI. anetts oed F rt of to the citein 'I thai licil "'.ti-cia -.r, t ,
ace woot tahes r that the doettltnl- gre'ted theae deemeosf the speak at the WhIte couse. sill fro a state .ridii,..iyi-ici..t.ii
tend, however. that thee are few OS e 's niw aed the wroealis tee sen t ho e gac to i. theii lin eytiii ,n ii I- i hi s it c,,
that the nary of the to ed Statee will e-ch. but 0' refused istbe ca the r ii n precah.ld tiat he d tild -,,t i. i,. ecc- s o tt1 a, 5f l 'l tcu. c I "i
compstlreftoy en t wint jcl'edet-eee ailed up thef ego -n h- '-,h ol I
cp, i. er of bhosiess. Tstt (Icll ded the ctr-ic Iot any-,, ma 2.,- It ,.
Chat of asy other power. Intutement that a deal hod Icdl cade ThI'i'-ecu h "; id'ict i tic -'
On the ainhect of freebrord the ad ,he..ines bi ... T sftr that .i. dm. tb .le e- -i-"
inlje says that with a tew exceptions [ PO LITICA L .i n adliig that hIs dec% t ';i it ,-', I'ii'it" th, .-,. ,,,. ,
voaric e have oire tfreelnecc than cssae would pre eut his enterLuusu ii. e iuii-,,-ii'-l it1i, stis. li-,ri il~ii li l n
the Brliti med Japmaese vets which T t-n a ceelct. Latcr Cocceese Pci w eec-a ee sece ti-cyrh s tire I,'it cicic
heseireo0 3dp ci5- I the otdeol'a cTaft Against thWeFihucy .-il',
N o S e e v ia l c t imea t t a T h e a n t ta d m i nst t r a t o n m e ne s a n d e r dt e ol uid e lt y toe hst "t rr y ['.. 'i iic i. !
euna fs atiebla ov fe-gaus cotinute tois talk ecatii aebiheicce
ed id. fres toweiet-teor to twe-- of preventing the nomiiatils of ''art 9 o e et i cacti c cae Fawos Crcns Mae Osad. hi c I ...
n te Sc h wt -g y ieive Ofoerali ci-stiiattlco li the -ice Sec oc soled a th- The Standard Sewing %1,hiti
Site t he tacn, The height o hiat ng coeteatlng deiegs tioa;s litti the, it lit'- l rcet l arh i r b ,r, Ind h- I
poses In America a e favorite son vote. admitting thati it I May Pclssaots. oithishse Pacitr. Wt-:. A.d recN.euit hie hoet- in iccic H
gsa The re ete totec k cityS He ielgas to lainssr- MoUiC House. Titub ille

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