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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:
April 24, 1908
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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

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

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FLORIDA STAR


ZXIX TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1908 NO. 1

NTot fo* Oqtsel-fes Aloqe, Bqt for tfle Q(oo4 of Otters Also.


OS OF THE THE SEASON'S ,LATEST IBIS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
S PllBNT IBW K BEST PRODUCTIOIS AND INCIDENTS i* AND PERSONALS

l R Ftal g .to ats We mean extl what we ay IMrsal Pro .A111 .lt alrea srnk, special 19 cens pe, ..Sre t e P.. ple f Titu-
tlni 1 TWl They are thebestexamples ofhigh TR I 1ot 11ou no yIandin H a i 4 e e. ll COvla d G oI
Fe- a t.. ..hi elass tailorinog ever offered ready for iN in Inathe latest shades in-5 Dr. Miller, et, Tituse
S1lBlefttthz So Gn ve l at pecialcentdaIr yard. Mr. L. W. Haile is erecting a fence
d t week for JrakDonvilfora i We know it. Do youknowit Mr. Baldwin and family have re-fromthefiest Egptian rns, prop. a nd h hme SouthTiulle.
vit with heraunt, Mrs. A.W. Buie. We want you to. turned from Fort Piere and are o- er material for shirtwaists and suits, Mr. F. S. Battle has started work
S aer ted Come here for alook! We're per- eupying their cottage on Main street. worth 35 cents, special 25 cents per on his new dwelling which will be a
Mk. % .L Walker presented n a to rest our ease n yard.
eras with a beet weighing 4 3-4 feetl w st r ase o Mr. John H. Sams, candidate for French ginghams in plaids and twotory structure, comprising in
pomdsa few days ago, grow$n onhis ut$ $12, $ $18 to county treasurer, wasin town the stripesstylishanddurable for ladies', all eight rooms and bath.
fstair aGrange. Whocanbeatit? early partof the week and called at misses'andchildren'sdresses, special CommodoreJ. Lorillard, Jr., start-
M John Houston, of Ea Gal- best goodat the lowest prices. THE SAR office. S cents per p y l u. l ed work on his new boat Monday.
S i oney price toao Fid and tripedlawns, it bleThe hull is being built between the
ie, candidate for representative, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Dykes,of Mi- for house drsses, Monday's special,
uas in tmwn the first part of this NSTON S. BRANNING ami, are the proud parents of a nine 6i cents per yard. Gray cottage and E. L Brady's resi-
weo kinlafterhispoliticalfenes Up -to- Date Clothing House poundson, whoarrived at their home hite lines sitable for w adies' dence
skirts or suits. 40 inches wide worth
CmLt. Hlmy Wilson, of Canaveral, Tituavile, Florida. last Saturday morning. 5 cents, special Monday, 5 cents Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, their
ewain town aew dayslst week and Dean Robottom will make the ad- per yard. son Frank and Mr. Shepherd, of Day-
wea otiehm geialountea bere Tituville Will Celebrate July 4th dressat theommenementexercises Special pricesin laces and embroid- tona, are expected to arrive in Titus-
l inithiweek. We areswaysglad Commodore Lorillard, of the Ind- of the Cocoa high school on April 30, e .y e le ed sees ville tomorrow afternoon for a visit
to the eptin. ian River Yacht club, who has talked and at the Daytona high school on special centseah overSunday.
Mr. I S of Courts, am the matter up with the merchants. May 15. Cotton voilesin all the latest shades Capt. P. Nelson, of the marine rail-
e omp by his S o Tom, t to has requested us to announce that Master Ennis Robottom received a 27 inches wide, worth 50 cents, spec- way, is building a new storage build-
S ew m Salin this ~ 'ltusrille will celebrate the Fourth brand new Iver-Johson bicycle as tIa t i dots and but- ing for housing pleasure crafts on
th 'Goat Mr. Sam returig here of July thisyearingreatstyle. There an Easter gift from his parents, terfly patterns stripes and checks, account of steadily increasing busi-
Moday via trip. is promise of exciting motor boat which has been on display at Indian special 15 cents per yard. ness in this line every year.
Mm J n w ere s, baseball contest, etc. River Music House. Black taffet, every yard guan- Mr. J. W. Fraser and his bride
Mr.-- a d MT Ton hit Mr. RH W. Rhodes, of Mii, teed. 36 inches wide, special $I per whose marriage was mentioned in
b dTh Racc mar trhai Titus ile the nratof the eel India linen lawn, made of the bet th lumns of THE STAR last week.
onl infor a th ere tey. Racyle Paemaker is the real His orange grove interests in Trn- quality of Egyptian yarn 30 inches arrived Monday afternoon. The
wnton atothirs Mr.T.A. craekerja c" wheel in town this bull hammock caue him to make o. wide, worth 2 cents, Monday only, happy young coupleatonce occupied
Jspring. Joe Gruber and Carl Battle cagional trips to this pp 19 cent s per yard, the Hall cottage, in South Titusville,
Mr. A. N. olle has d ded a hae M. M. Bailey d dughter, White nainok, spr 20entsally good for which had been prepared for them.
N.o k- k which will add m& to Mus Misis Laura, and son, Frank, left day's special 15 cents per yard. THE STAR extends hearty cngratu-
h i ms _i ill m o i Hoaefrtheir this sson's Wednesday fortheir home inNew Children's drawers, sizes from 2 to lations.
Aus -sdoftofli ingmounts. ad ate m.aking s. woo-o..n T. r dep 12, made of the be2st qu'lit of Ions-r J D. Ennis launched his new boat
Coutbctor P. J. HMbe hid chargeof a with these of srt'with umbrella rufle and tucks,
ft tm wshnt w h eels. maknes it decidedly lonesome for Mrs. MOday only eents per p ir nday and on her trial trip made
rrt tMpe eood old dayaoecycle ,rae- Wetmore, with ihomi they spent the Ladies' undervests, with tape in about seven miles per hour. This is
IMr. W l B mnn s h been ig come bck agai? It really looks past four months neck and armholes, Monday's special pretty good showing for a recess
.d to appear before the a though it might. Anyhow, the Mr. Win. Pritcehtt, of D2 centseach. wheel model with small power. This
ted Stats court in i nt wheel with the temendms big ite Dublin Special prices in ladies' readymade new boat will be used in carrying
Monday awitnessfor thegovern- ........ d y .,, Is --land Mr. Henry Pritchett,. of Jack- skirts and shirtwaists, rth
t.l It i srmised atthat is is u now sonville, the former a cotton mill Ladies' oxfords, made of the best the TiusviileArtesia mailsafter the
ew ature in the Brwn ase. Th S r at Rokede oner and the latter a prominent q tyof vi kidpatent leather tip first of July when Mr. Ennis's con-
new aure min the Brown case. The Sp ar at Rockledge / w -i., 1 a t atm ltMucher, the well known Krippendor tract commences.
ad Mrs. J. R. Walker and The railwy eompany will replaee a akr, spenta ofi m rth $ spe
and this week with their brother, Patent leather oxfords made of A
Mrs. G.M. Rob swettoDayto s the leadingfrom tfhe Rocekledge Mr Geo. Pritchett the best quality of patent leather, day from Georgiana with his launch.
the t of the to attend theettote ht. Eine s arh sile coa in blue blucher style, with or without tips, which he has stored for the summer
a m o teG r at locng thesiding so that e mor, both sinle ad do e worth .50special $49. with the Titusville Boat Co. Wednes-
Chapter of Florida Order of ast- the trains will not have to eros the breasted. atSo d$7.S ,e thebest. Ladies' white canvas oxfor day morninghe and Mrs. Wadsworth
ea Star, held in that city Monoday main line in making the detour to at Branning s. pump sole, made of the best quality n went t Jacks ill St
t h y and Wednesday. thehotes. The work willbefinished The houseboat Vagabonda, Capt. linen with wide silk laces, special re ote on ie i t
$.49 Johns river route on their way to
ld see the prtt ee k intime for the coming winter's bus- Tony Canova. sailed last Saturday Children's white oxfords, sizes their home in Duxbury, Mass., to
tio arid, ets and 0 entie o and Rokledge News morning from Miami for Jackson- 6 to 12,9 cents per pir. spend the summer. We are pleased
at 25 daRc le from whiehplace she willpro- Mail orders promptly filled on any
It rumoraed that Titsville w The Novelty Store i selling go edto P alatka and be laid up forf the above goods. to earn, however, that they will re-
on have a new meat market, at t. Come and get i. th smmer. Sts ill be m e JuLus KLINE, Titusville. turn to Indian river again in the fall.
Whether the rumor has room for L M. DOD "a. the. s =ue* .Stps willb --- -- To see them is to buy them-thosin-
f .Dn .ttno ----l---- along dthe coast en route. Capt. Can- hu h fant shoes in blue, pink. tan, black and
Daytona Hea a Midnight Blase ova spent about an hour at the city white at Branning's.
Venturesinthepmthavebeen rather dock Wednesday with the V- abon- Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on -
rt-lived, but of co e thathaso Fire destroyed the entire building di. This is the boat that was Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a.. High School Commencement
igniAncance astothefuture. It may of the Adam Schantz Electric Light sunk in the river at Savannah about and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. Lord's The commencement exercise of
preoutthatour fat growingtow plant in Daytona early Wednesday x months ago. supper after morning service. the Titusville high school will take
will nosuain two markets. morng causing an estimated loes of Rev. F. P. McCall will preach next place Thursday evening of next week
Amoncem ts in thi county for 000. The fire started in one of White Mountain ice rm freeers Sunday a. m. at 9 o'clock to the con- in the opera house
the May primary will come toaclose the bath roomn of the Water Lily Lads' white waists, button front An interesting P
the MWedna y pr y will h, ad it is bath rom a defective eletri Euchre hist tall. t Water L vits at Mims d at 11 o'clock in the nteresting program will be
net wedneW the th r i d bath from a defective eletric light Pearl buckles for wash belts Methodist church at ms and at presented by the students of the
qthe pob b that allthea nounce wire and in les than a half hour the FURNITURE. DRY GOODS, SHOES 7:30 p. m. at Tiusville. Sunday hool and h nors and diptloma. f v-
at^.---- / ..... n a i Mincing knives. Weedin fors p m. a usv unaYen the elass graduating from i.e
mets in Brevard have already be entire plant was one roaring ame. Sad iron handles. Stove pipe enamel school every Sunday afternoon at 3 grammar department, and. also,
made. Announcements for state Two large iron tanks owned by the Cs. A. GARDNER. 'Phne 34 o'clock, and prayermeeting every Mrs. Denham's music class will give
oi closed several days ago. This Standard Oil Co., at the rear of the Wednesday at 7:1) p. m. You ae r cital and scarf drill. Entertain-
Shbeen the mildest political cm- plant storedwithgasolineweresaved It Pays to Advertise ordiallv invited to attend theseer- imet rlmencres at 7:for t at
pignin the history of the county. bythe heroic action of citizens in A subscriber to THE STAR drops us vices. I ons of th e schlerand ll ar in-
Mr. and Mr Bate of White fightin the meaway froma arthe following note: have just R obe will preach in te ited
Sin arived this week on a visit by coal shed by means of a bucket mailed- -, of--.a chek for tian church Sunday evenin Dean Root.. ll prrah the
tthd r. and Mrs. W. T. Mather. line which saved the city from a still for caused by the ad. in your pa- l S n ncem t mon for the Titu-
Ibhi you bridal couple are spend- greater catastrophe and probable per. Drop him a card and ask him'. This is Ii. lue' last sun- ile igh ich li th> cvini;t .f
hg partof they honeymoon M the Ios orf life, if he . day with us thi rieason and we huop Suntalv. April 2Ith. in St. Gtalic ls
eL coast having been married last if he belhpevepertyainsurds and ad. in THE tAR hemay return to this charge ne huh at 7:: Seats will bs. n,-.,r-
rs. ates was formerly The property was insured for$25.- pays?" We believe our advertiser fallto remain r ani h in ii ili'r- I ,f th sch]
Mim Sie Cone. Mr. Bates is now 000 and will probably be rebuilt. will certainly say ye, for the amount excellent work hereand the pu e is curi ally in- 0tl.
employed as bookkeeper for the ofthe check was up in the hundreds in ec i wr iend in a
Cmp LumberMillat WhiteSprings. Standard Sewing Machine Io dlar. Whas more r ning numbersof arm friend in and For Rent
--- The ust and lightest runnin onthe llars. W more larger out of his church, who will glady Tavlur ,ctg' or rusoi f ls rcii.; ..
Flee Monday Offerings of Men's market, does both chain a lo tith order ill fol ater t welome Rev. lobe and his family ihed for .... .
B S^ d g ethe meamc hine. Caobefurnished'mert showsup well. If you wantshould they wome tomakee h M. I s
l ith either rotary or vibrating shuttle. results advertise in THE STAnR. with
Boys' blue serge suits, with knick- Spot cash prices or easy installment with u'. WtANTED V'0 ti. .-i, i
aboer trosrs. Si esfrom to 17, te m or rented. Enlared cture of rsef or r first class cnitin and cheap (;i,
worth $8,0 rt, el 1. IIa IVER MUs C HOUSE. nIlaged piture of urse or yo r Orange and Grapefruit Trees msnditi and rtulr. L.
Boys' suiti fancy stripes, latest Titussille. to 1etees liniited ntitestobes e if
style m m, pe* matirialwit k e e tomerslimited quantities tobe =lied. Grownat Shiloh. Fla.,fn hgh car" of ST oeice.
Smateria~, wie ki.er~oerI..... Call at Heath & Co's. store d they hickory hammock. Free frnm white
trouers, worth $5.00, special 3.M. Photograph Gallery will be pleasd to explain full particu- fly. One year to two year old buds. Wood For Sale
-s cas, gray, embroidered Go to Faust. the photographer, on las. ---- Prices from 25 ito : cents. Calre'i- o'in or cra. arv Ienth. Als. ,,.i-
S wi h sti r0 est Jai street, for artistic ots. A For Sale Cheap For Cash ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill ing and harrowin Se or addrn J.
Birwn aee aps, embroidered won lasa prmply tende AuS cresof d sno tation. J. W. GRIFS W. Jam n, Titusville. la
with two Teddy bears. entse h. t Crayo. pastel, water eolor and About 88 acres of goodgh l d on. Shiloh Fla
e in blue. oil aiati a peialty. the eant r ocean the n river -
ra's blue sege its, made of at the Narrows, desribed as follows: Bargains in Trees
the et quai of teed Draying Lot No. 3, setina Iaes oloto. 3.. LtN The Alpine Hotel Fine lot 2-yearoldgrapefrit bads.
fteoordomleoratrebasted, Deaying6hai,,si;ofa indo romp-t. Thia land i nipnovedut e-39 Titusville, Fla., F. A. Loslev, man- Marsh Seedless and Standard, 'i
worth$15.00, special l per Lsuit ly ddts Meet rlltri s. ly loated. For further partiulars d- ager. On the European plan furn- cents each. $g5.0 per 10.
JUIUSKt KNE H. E HOLTon, drs. E. M. Low, isho rooms and quick lunh. Cen- J. B. BEAI,.
Titusville Fla. Titusville. Fla. Brockton Mass. trally located. West Palm Beach, Fla.




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THE FLORIDA STAR APRIL 2 ,a

AIWD a ver aIY Atw ea fter they soprt-


NI of mdF=I,01DA .C... of Co Charl i

b et Tmf r h.l e n med of Captai T. 8. Davis, of t_1
f1 .ans. t ht city arrived here at midnight Tha-r
S l The 1l ear en ILl day dlghL We are Informed that this
y TreeereCS n i ir B. B& e. I t o I aS e k hidaern s.. Meel. which Is equipped with every-
Ct Trer I I. of ht AW^ ..k h ,
a.a dit thitrs city Ise Saturday. il, thing snecessary, has been chartered
AI ied hi thin itY lar t urtdah e kldoy by three of our mot progressilve citi-
eA han at itntrume ts e bat be hld ee j r. Leme arins belieg at M lt for thei propose af atory.-Fer
"- G mw IAfll l iW hilol oil "Ied' If Si (mteadem) cnn he found off


T & ea, P. H-bert WitTo was ie sse this Island In iet Qmuntity toNe
.te Tli ter- witheOt O o. u tt warr iti. !. Wttl hnd J. Cleiment, both
M eca B ue th e ay undidats held- leekienohierS-t msn r y "eident oo this ty, wer arsted



KThos J. L. Brils oa Taani has de- ]r 8mlo by al dmle Price s eem. itle o the charge of havtin received
oneK .tk to mn to oke comi-it pi-f .. .B..c .s.. Y.i-. ,npte plzede clothing issued by the army. New Schedule Effective April 14th
blmr. nor t aFet FUit he k niane .- R m -thl Both rver ted t r the gentlemo n I00or
n ge eu... t iaek.u .ir nti i -e-P-e- ito ee,* thir iperane oxu wa re- Fr Detailed Information See the Ticket Agent




sam ole m bondls>e or.new se l feet, aoe ua ltic minr heaia. It is clharged that
pubile scthol, trod for a lltht ad thea J c.alrg thl ordintry ote e sa te ha me arrested rceTed from enlist-
et Paler is pmnta felertio thehe ltd qo t. mid e dim di n over c a d other clothingory
e srdayt. MFila. Labhe r Wieso an m let h e d B e.- o tto to ie M ldlrh et mort B-rr dB -

ahe iPsat i stree mtsll ohing he aen t0 iotore nver t b. e ad her
lcted ayr wmht o pte st w ek to eithae I e Dt theeod or m oto n Jre Whttle e been made elboth
Became e masy a dr oat a e e n e hey a ve 1 lt w0 Inere -Pen this city, weou re n Ted








HTim tte r lt*rt and lamber bee te the e a, y wmte co t oe meo an a
thed t ol fl United Sa Ormber ~ l omlwnt bhd bye d ercad to report to esay baed the EUind Sttpct atbou
Thue. L. Brown of Tampa aa han dietr Fellrs. Toy oilindene, Proo Int- tle, en the charge of having received
tided nat in tom i ongn the mg doM Bobo,* Now tork e in ~ cloed clothing issed by the army. New Schedule Effective April 14th





Dina. wb het the flle demet oad by fmo the Boteh tree s ae nd in t he of able gnre to
ouThe erisoent at Laksai d will likely ob-ee at lact e no other. their appearance Thureday for a pre- For Detailed Information See the Ticket Agent
ageonte ew soa hed lm for a new 1n D ay peelisl feet, more than twite H ead o heartng. it in charged that




ibaS todadghnt oa fab t ighting -a the c t eo do o and theinary oader and B m er roe n o de e Ther ilost s=i
aTe wloks pliae nu four timesf ot ttc r het e fnga the medin le d thea oiern atd oe r orthin-
llA mnatee o er a cow. t ar tet lngs t d 1ed00 lMllsrs ven Iroed s the or eatFort bad ral
_wpent of pd the cnc h t re weere c n. This ia a rviolation of the n w.e
e ol ngleThe greawtl be taarr oet o wet re cr t ac e and in pol rabee byt e a heaory on The
h e A learme n m T f iandnll e xs a ao ndre ., The Bdrr A erb hu hfa aest itsd gi t eiver to e ml e helde
om tlon tmo rna f r ih a e that the eand act ores and m o .en P s although acrents have been m ade etnes




qA drte r Dta ated in e aect on a tre They have id te wortO w Usreeith this they padtJoura
Th t w to bee big f plant deter iorated the miey form atd th color, i e as n-
yardof athe I et L me a This.h C Pe s when it k h, pmpemle t reprtc to Messr. Lakrndin and Fis opent shoot




np pI t e wrn' deotroyed by e mohr It h the a n tal e offe t thRrd i dn an day.ro The men 8.000 for oatise very valuable -grt

T sed night M eneral C. P. Loetl erast week, the folo their col rade s re ear he in oe day. Their money back ro
th a l te number co ge.. truJa ck- elected: Greatachem. W. cha was the Martin p lao e sn Nortp
Th. e tg nfrern shma t frOf Tampa aBetween, 1,500 end t0 bushels of Boulevrd, ftoe about $4,000. Thamis





W Tmp am d Th or City have kP estrawbrries were r hipped it rm gIam n t'"a ni of ee and a h- l .
'do r e nth demr ind prohibition Sinake Mendy 1 r. About 1.300 huo et nres and adjoin the Driss. tAllen grv





Two. rla anda f ereight aentw thhead- gout maunial .......... h Pounds ~au~i w th eir second Mr s. Jpurcha ... e .la oum
Swe rtowe g what a harmful effect i went by refrigerato car. the et by w roh id 0 for th eir o co ud puaco n
would have e of t hom aer Indwou s t era. of d thma eThe por ell t r a ner d has on
hpA delegt from i Dayboas visted it effect in the eric and a a tetne hnv ed with thio ws io a they paid $70l
De Ten lags week to wao before the deteriorated t oiee. form and color r the Smith gre of l Bive a e tor S o
boardt pabli Instructione of Vol i Thi i m e resoion whyn r prict. have ost ed on Lake cti, ao d h adoi L
entotal praestion for the erectio be e uasatnfaetorey of t ate -Stare th in a





on a le high sprhool uilding in Day Telegraph. po palolet hlac aTf air wo ethaee ti
timen t ostrt about $n51000. At -the annual meeting of tbe Red and Soect grave properties is this see.





The Clyde on a ounc t es that be Mer of Florida, held isn r St. Auguotih- ties =ol i a they odge a freinest Onoe
gtning May tat Goen eral C. P. Lovel tt weekte lo ing oitles lo ti were year wil gt their toney hbak frontlT w
Tse evlle will he transferred t ram the of West Palm Beach; rat sh e ior n a l
c eme Florida freight agent with head'- great junior ge" unoe. J. M n t a' I u dag te 0 l te th rand Irs. Jame B.
quarters in Jacbsoovile. of Palatka: great chief of recorlds ,I) u l0esocr Overflowcrztg
Only one cageo of phosphae ahst I. Oliver of Poet nt a This 3l.le a i W eha r d o, dea. ,h ,,th of o ,nse s rt l, ,e c




ohipped feo s this e a nt l s t m nth. It b as the net flac e of it) '"g',ais tyrcl'ori fh h ,i l ot toe f a c ar
comprised I.75 tons anl west 1 to l. ToI h. F. ...anc .k. ho wa 1- f.or ai n ho or more hut no alar. was please Particular pcr N E
tintre Ins ii the sche oer A l liid Ba r -1 comasudOer of th i E" o t fKi el as it was sull d she was la-w1 h dc.c"roye-
hour. Added to previous shinent; lorts. Tn- ia a ay bot rish a.l after lg wi th osn, cuor ls. The is- at medi-urtncost, Secular
it umr- the tota l foe this tear o".2.o,, Cal rao tralnsforre to Folt Ilarrn:r s it of a neighoor who cae' Ibroo .th new Spring Oxfordo





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Mrs. AdrewsMarivedllunlayrfm
hsdtmtr imanlesims Imbar ha ome in Sanford to avisit her ,
s=w' bin wife being ill .
Dr. Hawk waswend to hattanoo-
weektoverpluase 1111 ge very suddenly Monday by bin
s A-a For the pl t S years brother, A. Hawk.
p ggleril5andily pualitdsh Mr. BDaard Redstoen took quite a
t 'uiidle smier the peset crowd of friendstoOeanm la st n-
a--de trinlm~ ontmnt day for a day's outing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryse of Georgia,
he is His in the id t Yet to shave rented reem in the Treutler
frm then muldings rI that -e building for a few weeks.
Sging up amd witl continue all Mrs. ef MoMmi, arrived
mmTi aiw m Monday for a ahort time at the home
A either startemlor dabotemn- of A. 0. Andrews and family.
ai for Oiri the w e. eilst Mrs. G. M. Budd will lave this Res idacea of Mr. C. Iallock,. Anttnerp, Ohlio
r inpin, to wI nig of the week foer Jadmville, then forNorth One ot the Msmy Theisan Hason whoe Pardama

if tow i doing atelf prod. The Ladies' Aid soei-ty met at the
_-___ home of Mrs. E. Spiller last Thust- CATARRH OP
Undoe ta esetolHn of "The wal day. A meet ejoy"ab afternoon deaghtas.Feitte. aa ft tak-
waTlge"thoeie. U sns. C. ioalt d aac,- Amiwoeetwernteeoap, Ohu- --- i-- st-My- daugher,-M, ana thyaeIhdcnl---
s an Itihti emn ra being Dr. Vaughn and family left for lu e. t ati
a M eI by mtbustie ehili We their eame in New York Monday af- "We htMre used Pe am anu aml tate, a as tor cat I, so ea A
e lto uIn n- thaet there n terapemntwinterpsetaren They wal pbased wtat it o ad aal a isadt to r wh rspta o toyn usi c. HnA r b
t" d Sllouth alporida uetiher sth expect to retrn sltpin next fall. "iAy'bk -- tFsy iufrmmio Sti A write e ing E
gWo a elhand imd rel wagom Mr. Renafro left Monday night for Gualm TI nrg Fres at kept a on Mig Peruas r it ehad ,pleasureor i tatin to y,- that ,nr
tarted, a fte r a ing it thr ee tartnn l 'erltn. ea r-or Oet.ly conoed
_D;avid would be I e free Perry. No., where he will join hill xr.WtnismP.norkeaarnwiaean I lighti, the palai In my ehat sod meoftslo-IoOI., arro.
f d lre f. 0. b.. although we mo- f ly, whohave bn ther e for a ,. pu s l "ideo lt a.. wrs h Fr dtras e d ty Iso a 'Id .r..d a ,r sIide 15.g.
i eoraIt d a i that the am in Hillbr- few months. Mr. Mfro tacted as the Main f Fot tblear, morl 1ti mwur a ared astate, nd NOt ibetwo ou l ut soy aI r.I- l .
01a IaA fight reputation I Opeator here akeslwith ertmps that extenaded from yearsthi July." sla friend I t ,, oed the t o Ia ,
just below my thoalt to the bottom io md B 'rh p JYTe.n. t -h 1 r.1 e-







op ,bautIn that W aye. may Last FidA IigDr.Ha.wkw.s my somas. They wes. a se that d. anssedtw hdf rr h .e s -- 1.
be a reemmdatin in itself to the very muchr i hSmtby aigrieat noise my wie tog or adetorahut two fira. J. C.UA umpsrker. t. r i Itoa. , emo, nou
tat of Duval or wsme other c l- as oo a f thnde or sometin bm hist o ll top" tfl morninog. mwrite form."to









har whao nweeda it w nte. porch will whern opening the dor he "aI bd haommd Fears aethil July of that he oming tr-I
"?Thdmo "v r ot, have a goad h ut todrats e atywh orne, It
aysetoaryd[atpaion vehyelthe scofh Rfdrien d bsad r tobB. io after akiag All tire, a eattalaitet Ny kindofti in mo self tldhan I .
pl stu a t stae eme towelco b un s fa iloslthe maiatasre,tnm ati theaso f hare o bree or patnes Ia .y ye
The polti a .ostiatrea ina ien tnstt a a ncanuongt e t m l Aain w at ht I theiys ousala imhe are draik. -Foe idatledo e a kindb o oflwornkceiy.ly and .l.
ithewosr mUdr id fair that the goodthing toeat. Amo enjOY threewm shia aokeartof lo y 1. eadyl tad a tan afat ge "Al toy frned, -ov i,1. odor00,











qenld s have u iryn int m r ble e e le win aend at late fedset on a i liquid frm. At the as tferr co ld, aad feml goo Oer it evreRrTa f, Ires r .,, .
F t allines we &boosteliminated hour all dispeesed for their bomea af- Slitei that time I could rot drink milk TThe hemorrhage ha, yielded to Pr. Permits. aend h-a -dd d,. o ft
i the state ntan. t tar deliciem ref nduetwer reswiartept a ma sipst p af which auas. the grip baa dronae same., lr With the areat, a .
pa sit ed .Toh e o n welat paine sad aches of th ktnd. l Yor tn.rYa ta P 0, the tt.t ,
















great many persona were ted to be- dece. assor. Trusting my work has met pdrimariese ot Batator Attorney a
eve that the government dredge ar tra al. e"spectfnlli. hav foand thanking youf for I- o n t n re-elected ,.shall et



























Floeidawoui do this work: du eI. SA. your support, I remain any H yb . d.e ,puo l bn nr^
Jacm onville, Fla., April 15, 19k. For apret e etatt al in schd Cay ern Respectfully t y a ttor n wint b rlotrat .,rad is, at














dif.RingA.Cso klten asipiring fort of-I am a candidate for reprenative For Mebater of County School Board Jo R. WALKERr r 0eth t ligedta of P ach ;.
M Fe iine.BFarm e aduetagpTiotua of GO raV aes the sappot ofp i mantfhd. ianh te d For Ta x Colle t ctor t eg uthi l at Wa n If a tef f lr a














Dear r Sir-Ind weply to youndr letter nehy Very wtruly a a clean, straight, capable man, as |To \_],_<._B_>..r__uuy: ofce b_ th__l_ I
f April 13, requesting that I direct R. T T candidate r sem the county h announcemy candidac for wayrvn
States iniator. While n inofireat -- -a sphtfl soafor mtself ass c
adva intae to h ean oppo te e am nore ome ca ndidate fur raprAs o r t t rkeentative m the l.g- tJ
oth of Sebastian river I would boar d or the third ditrit, and ask the or mber of hool Board d t W te
state that it impossible to grant i of all if my past reco. asPsucA T he vt.or on Sto boe t, For rounlty c.mie um ber.






























of":ret bee th fund ca ana oresetyso. my nonm e is 1N w ws ,
only foapplicr able toher or lchannarel of thIn- shall appreciate the spport of all am a candidate for renomtation by the nol rnar ,,ei
dian ier and it would be contrary oce J ATE the Democracy Brard sunty lorly TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.r ,
Very ec lly, or To represen per ce tat ive.
















me LANtIr G F. BEACH, county. I woFld appreciate 15the earnest. Thanking you for ypast favspporst I a of the noie Soliciting the Uport f J M N
where hin friend, have put forth For county Comtmissioner JOHN HOUnOtN F e u s
special efforts in his behalf while Ta the Veef Sascnrd Cto.,.ty Fuamir ntate desay ted, fou sdstayt
ladte boin t nrind orf Enadarneeto, t hesof =l our mmmalfvers at r h y ao e motre lf a candidate B all in ther eFlooring, Cel g and S dng i.
N. h Jet olot ia t a s t t on to the r doh snata dicet of Flo r da
quentty it is avery difficult proble ma. If elected I will endeavor to subject to the aotiea of the Deark-rtia No. 2 "1 ""
togive the people a fair and im rtial ser- rpasty at thef pSheathing,"d
vice. Rpredict t hewnH Sheathing, dressed one side --.--
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Goeiiimtt Cant Do the Work ForCoun r Fur Stale Soeator, sth Ditmtt F. 0. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROI'T SHIPIUENT
T o wig letterFor Couwty rTecurer I hereby oroanon mrselfacandidate_
The following letter woo reeived Courtemay, Flo., March 25, 1t5. for rtate sretattr for the tzirteetb te.
lat week by Mr. R. A. Conkling. of re tha 'tetarf Cot atorial district composed of Barrod, jest to the action of the coming Daem-t For Reprsentative
t~ilmao, chairman of the board of Has decided to annot emu t Lucie and Dade countios, subject to orraiti prtmary and would thank you
m nty aemmmieoer, in reply to a a = i tefor nomination at the c -the till of t he Det a. s f s exp o ssed kindly for y eapp t f I At tthe asmolbtatia of ., f,,,d r
letterof inquirysent to the United ing Deamacratic primary fa i.r offiCof. ,at the ... m'Wg praiaa. A A Ar etf y r breaaby annouce t oy.ro, I a da,.ta, I
letater ofi' inquiry r the oc ofus the next legislature s, aj-t t I
-tat-e ..nee, rare~gird, totheDen" yourSupport, protsing Fa Tthat ifAnoa eaTe omiacr Fore eupt. Publie natruetiot tot of the commn.. pamaro .
ing.of an inlet opposite the mouth of lhedutiea T fine t rn hot, .Oay fIl. hO plat noftr l on 0 .f.
the Sebastian river. which we pub- of the ofTfce in the inte dtretof thepro- rot lrof rrorrit'oty. t o tbo tot.itati ot. of ]hstdft t. T n 1 'A 0,0
Unb for general information,. w a dseof a BrawoeenI d honotre wint h pur t cotn ectfully annuornce soyaeif t Is friends, I auoouica mysIf so.. a tant-
great mtany persons were led httwoo h w tbreo e de andidate fora et county ta- date far nomination before the coming
lieve that the government dredge very aetpectfaly. rour approval. and thanking you for Ifnominatedandre-electedIshalluse _
.H. HAL to te i.. nt.rr .. f our. oh puo monra o . .-- 1, 4 1.. .. .
Mr. IL A. Cooealism (rhaimeu a ('amuty et- I amea rcandidate for repreaenativ Fur tembos of County School Board JOHN R. WA iLE. iotriattt ,r t, I
mimionem brevaed Cous TilWho. Vla. and repectfally ask the sapport of all We, the man friends. arou rce the For Tax Collector lhI rath. fjig .. t [.. .
Democratic votea ir the coming Psi- amer of J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge. a T C l t nsth. 1 ,f tl r I ,, -
Dear Sir--In reply to your letter mary. Very truly. Fla.. a clean. traight, n. oT..s IT,, t t,,.,o, i t'oanuI o:dmnistration or hl oon
of April 13. requesting that I direct R. B. STEW RT. candidate for member of the county I herewi th anoone my eatdidaoy for alwayo ofriietO tu o |0rffr .. oo
th dredge Florida. now on Indian . . . s nour n hosrd for this. the s conad dir- , he e of fax coll ectoref B roard im partially 0 , iearle Ls for t-n "
river, to make ai opening from that Foa Member School Board, Ord Diet. talet. and lak the support of aul g tieg ounte If elected to this of0ce I prom- .nt-restsf th i tat,
or into the oceant op "te the I announce myself a candidate for re- ciien at the coming, Fr t i a I ist o m h . ...
nominaotitn armetaher of the school plo. and trust I till renerse their srte- St ates hf h ln h Ie J',11
mouth of Sebastian river, I would board fur the third district and ask the ForMemb rofnhutasd -pori of thr n gprilj tP [ WIn F t a
state that it is impo ible to grant suppot of aBllr Lty.yta e d 1 WRI For CoT hty C-nomotse oout.
youW request becaulse the funds un-11I- beoenidatif Bryasd Iohavy f er ya I respectfully announce myself aof a For supervisor of Regiatratton -rr.ro.riinn n,
der which the dredge is working are E. B. A3Noyn. casdidateatthenextpnmiaarteoforslhosl ahI ,onlthda.
.ronly applicable to the channel of In-. -- hoard mambar for dio iri No. I. I To. Inn,,.'rto. If ,,..ri,. rIv yoof r
srer and itwooldbe contrary Notice shall appreciate the sopport of all. I am a candidate for renomination by the .rl,x trornhoino
dian er A. J. CARTER. the Demoerary of Brevard c.outy" for Trnattg that o,,r 1r10,oe
to ap ly them elsewhere. I respecttftlly anro un er F myself as-.. thethe of 00 reiror of regirtratio o
c a n d i d a tt f e a tr o m ito a ton t i n u a n cetu p trhael c. rhit e g t ra t io r t o a rI t 'A ieu rs,'oa n o n,
VeryluI etf'olly. for useeleetion as sheriff a7 lBearod TotheVotetafrtH remdto'aety jofa faithfol pea1rfor eof theduties linss 11,1 N
LAastiNG H. BEACH, county. I would appreciate the earnest Thanking yea for past fa-oro l anraint of the office. Soliciting the support of J R 141 r it, N[ ,
Ui t Colonel. Corpes of ngineers Sapport of ill r peoupe. beg to announce myself as a cardidate all in the fniafy. It. A, isbn 1 Ito
Years truly, foar re-election to the offie of clerk of! lamnrra rIop tfuol,. T A Ro I..,,. lf.t~
UOreP. BROWN. the circuitrcouetof Brceardeourty sub- I .I.too t' o Pif 'lfnt ND




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