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The Florida star

Material Information

Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
June 26, 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

Record Information

Source Institution:
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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w.t ah i came to ofl ar p south of the antl of Hawa fl pitqtal. e lle be utllue d inby
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li_, al elo a whMe leots o btnowtla alwaysashipor two al dt aenmet wil beprovhded for the
w n t "m A" L t me see. e sy; o nr dresdging d the bstle of a patiat re th earle nor be In- p, p fght om iaguaIe at
an wlaf.ttDlm l. "r *k e te m the deuthb peve onge wl be Iking Mt Cah ea rit hae ehre s d o .
a te a s t h o tir o ao ohaMhete thet Wart traced to the e r In cpleo t tho y and Bpl tti w t an o*f thed- t tho
to bl by ta e nW. the hboor Cbritma id an sob Ithe oorer to treatment of a Pl m Ir daIn, t \ |
S hWi me ~oa lsited rok n thee somo houndr aout need of treatmet for te ery st















.- f A J resmen t emporium just op 120 mles ow rthwest of TabitLi The of mental disease be supplied from the
pesaw twnot e su had a strip of engsneero who have beew iludying ils shools, tree tnatment being orofhed
m it a d pmop ho phate bedso e ee otilmate that it on the parents oof tited chridren, bt to O r Stock of
H uhadi deaa M aid nt h eadar af roa k ly acertaild etent the ipr s (Lhemselves
*te. f t.. Tb .nr niet a hetst' oT p elpbate thre analyses wS become bnoo ics o an larger eale GunS and S.orting G ioodse
a th reply.' A talhe lanky pimas- la.m. Lr e bed i of pho phate point forl e taing t le m hlndrea to ae -ple
W n glamm t ses toe mt y e r e tend Oean ia. no Hderg the einoaeton of the eandt fiseawe
Anne Vmnt' WrLo I aewurante wah. hrlh c tenot bar b tad n an the t h y rei asid Dr. White Wilb e the -
















W". "." ,--... i'o , ,, ^m '".g '.o. of.."" Paints and Oils of Quao elity
ned a om aeagr to meao inm a ed of Na we at of the Glie. ast germ o o cialties


















W ell, what could a fellow do when ih llnrta a t the rat e of 300. 0Xd ton se
S aenta cy roed to t e e s iate of b he d on Maidet Inn. Brith rck A f orey a d the deed of
bi s gses aad a te e nt arnd oo c me othe r atolnd of this tmel e high stru" r m ei n rts to ued In









que oaerm ketbued pfsh in m archipelagom Suh dsIoveris of great Pir persoal attentio. Mail Ordersddl rd at
~ hiendl e m ne Whilnn t lakeas ac nairaed tbgwea In the _ai wold. Jo rno Hopt ll co nerraty. The rem RaDe-
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S n* dA Mi @Wcl e atien. 1.yo off thet o offer the bwotle of a Petidnata the arlier stne oif lam-
It laf ind O h.o oa aso e I t hhe o he iatet s oro na everything Thte l rtar i ll for plnd as Pritchad Son









m ctma erop nte~ e D rtbenr- PEate tDPee l tIenth eoanT tD narort t-ature -- fe- -it
Vptlone. b de e tsruprMtoby t dincovere d.a oe htew Yor th ikth te R ol eOrn of thea ne
.Iid y a loot pam gam lakate, only four nd half gfft 1. to go back to time ranu, of In- Handle the Finest Lines of
a t-roug a haeay spoti of yriinw mabi ha g and one and a half miles smaty. liere wlthing ima be arran-se
_wide, Iian jr aea n tair Root talked of pailaed o witout to ah W Heavyar and hel Hre
bit of d 1. the as t oen Pt r It -rchool. oa t onlyer wi the i sients l t
A-pa ei ta tMIe r foru stands in tht P ro t a s t ed of t moent for the e harly Lsta
A ftfhney ant pthe sigtest timiOd- l na nsor thweo t of Tr Th. o, me eetion he cnlew fro ate
miti tae Coline nede ad A -trp of egin erae nr hIae hee. stpdying f. ce tor hi. f re ttet Is oaenoru Our b n .of
Sassa ove Ito a threa old lar l ni phei phate beoa eatemate that It ea- the prt of afflicted c ldren. ht to Stock
alt He wte Whiconln headq r- ltla at I e 3o m0 ofsr a er tota ett the rools t le cselsv









nO would, .... .ow.. b possie In 1 i t lT n We|
deleg tee dra e anotn late ot f reealieng from s to t a ev n the wold e ptblo i r hotp is c a l
ts white aPraOwd plealetor. "Who per a of pae phosphate. The insteiis complete at all times
boy nmtd flaming am. riea to =0 frt above the o. no Rtem the effect. of nernoah dic
ash e b rdr. a ition, i a \f a nd the e ior of prop c n r d growth ntt ..mo
"Nope" replid the thirst ottayiog l _t te worko serion s eaes of monta disturbance
f moro.rebe-Un t" t"wa .. "." p ine th...d.. ill ba fd QiI If .sa of Qu aJty
"ipentage. 'I worbe ... n Keatky-" pretra tion. a ow bei. g e l b .. Id a rrcef, l i er Paints and Oils of jty
Tha why thi declaration of at- antl pee of $ to etract J the fiv tro o ril be ode d o ss ib e e tp cau s
Al c torfo teBoralhan i hcpotI at the raten of 30.00 l 1 tons. otCherwi e would be set down a mer
Wlle rbwht conId a fcllow do whor ymer l.n hee aol wecte o have o e on ae
bKentcky lmpwed Intor the w hit, e t1 heorh*. e hae lo tt bee f food o a KNO
bana Itlgaeig caime the expl an tory ier and toia. other rbai .lo of this chilh | t i:me r t
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S" .i..archipe. wth ..ll.. Ten .. wll come tter the dit tte- be given personalattention. Mail Order








m of ta ia d i e toi noth e Il t rt e a tio n of e mei e solicited and promptly filed
hno..w e.mr So d.h a ia goodr thibt.s li t stestew a it will be
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naturt l lweath whi-h the r.allod It- i tro. Iti lire. oo the c.d Toh e .. t
Buu A Miaeaovnt l ma1lation heot. ho luolv t e to offer the world. at tr j
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blek. with the felt Idenot of maktic ag Pstta te oos Mde ,rr- by, directed the atetion of sientit toth
bbs believe that l he hbd ridde. for So-"eI atar o of Lost s rta ir.. this quart r.
itles. they had nt the ,lightet t e:i d itd. ratt'eor ti:ltarl e il r brltfted Ihne l C o ,ta l, ,oi or f t. a is
;a Wht Irilob ,- d t i.l lli, l ; r a o. id h il will abo It possibe. far c S t ases
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most matter of foot way- 0. -thrat 0ith Ivrittent Paoeonvetr tha il-a be itrem
Cotton Peal r Het a tot in s a rob It other Oaooruing tend to take titt 11w tmea o
the o ther d o nd dro vne five Il c iL. l oe ..y. to toll me the :i SOOn a f the si c f inltele dri atb
W he delu l ueirrollced y aske d t.iie i, ]te- tked ie 11,-i rert as I xpoieeur-to be brweathr. I Lo rndommernd v.Wer
"Two dottaro." wrheot~p.Ooee Whetr \Otetr 0000 oltltllf f ~to- his rote systematl i tretment.
-Adolt r i th, diPop re art-k ,H l .l It a1 1 it-ll ,>- to i ollodi, tlloot. tool be induce to ctae it who U se
Ihou for the timt, h I r- ltttIroO i tl. i too't Int Otheroe, would boo. merd- UNIPITEN
MyP tee Lr t b y tI, lphisn't inty tati te pope to vear 001. It. ,,.,.,.. I,, ,, T 7 L Ki
oo a 'weret a l :l.- l ort -(c-velocntt hir-to t ir p who rOeIItlt rito r mv, l eiroei Thisphurse of tt ie goe-
S,1 ,... .. 1 rill ,,- that leeatth of t the.. t a l. .ot O. T
-wflhd of uww t
. J..ust a Misetake. I o k' itdtt tte.. Then1 be the fo r "t ain d, LIN IM ENT o tM
A page hall att-,ro f-c Iti. b -rant .t-lir I.it e k To lh Itt.- b Itt t rtoet -k .
-NKiappaiolct. ri m dr teold fitse tr a l to i- t olok .-al a rl -art ttlu o t i. e.I .
al.iL rd hbe -ot o itt eNu e ir bTy J- trI a ..t r.t l a . hoiaolnttre oild tisao tortS It M IS...lit. ori AND
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,..tied ot r fybef eh p n It.d of tob corofta s wh"- ron ahol
too ro_.-tf risrt toe .te-. it e r ri te c te trh t al or.th" erne-do e' ntttlt t. CURESmoSoe Stiff Jioght. Caotetted ,Jusdah LAMe
page still relr-aled 1tt..lor-l tOO f iF-n r -- I-ftt till tv Twodo it, all % s Flesh in ihei t
ti -e e rn a "c""'ts anlwer. dr the pop. ..il.... s ....h rlhi n 11. i Sold and e m m end d b
tn e it tt p to tosi meo Iil Itr -rde flat t t Iae One iin 'nows.





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elm Ic-. br the rore of tr or a k ie thin .cedote with toteo y eoj n.tot: ttttttt of ho-tlt, attd -t L-ld Snow Lizniment Co.
- The poe asked the biohtrp to Ine' with of It a orlar- f *non-."f tnt-rn ttl t-Ztk
Sor Nipplea him After dianee his holit -r led Ir et, 011 Ir ttrnallt ato n t ~d W50512 North Second Street,
Any mhre h. e t Torkith rigarette. to whigh h- is toe it Otto ,,,, or' 1tr li-rrntto.t ST. L.ouIS, mISSOURI.
thu diolasia t l,, s ou b pw o e ry irtkal. The bishopr. oof.eo the TI t f chilt.
go hweorwthsaesyre 1,eficredtyopyta-lyi hng i of tohaeco, said. ,D-e yttr holi-,
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ae. ato witho "T s weaed ZPoe stttilittia uotthoalthy t oa u1o bo ttrt-latrtt Sold and Recommended by
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h t higet l of -e. U. &S direht.sat FinaE has -M US
a_ lmmsm admib and uFdumf qt lsct rivd at the ime d haer,,
po P ord wil be mceded ppsed speratelds at the ihols
liflam es posa milany B. I hlassa lerd Mr. nerthemotdtheaft. Lace rVer. co m
Aliesa dlergradumtedfromWestV- Cqt.SImpe'ln been d&ing dml-
va my h* jnmT er a college s inte ma aliditoriDm nhk work inthe Indian r Mar
.G.u rm asWm a in a ls of 4. The following year rows sine he pau Titville sme
m.. _e. .... ,.* he also radated at Prineeoun- two moth a where it wa fod
versityuandwasappointsala hodes neemssary tedecplen the channel in
Sscholar in Oxford niversit. order to pss the dredge-boat
IMo. l n we so* *land, where he has specialoed for throgh to St. Lme rier. It was s A
tdthree years in ebdm very fortumI for navigation on In-
t e y, aiMe tohse imilwakeen din riwr that the Florida wai seat H l
Si ,HokL h on Trhl viathe nderoute fro New Syr -
sthe r The Miami Metropolis, ofATuesday, na, otherwise the shals in Indian
Maw br gitve the following information re- river ad Mouito lagoon would
garding the BetheandS Hopkins ba beenipe e fosmall Abn

S oe a diapoimt. It is The jury in the case of the stae ter w
er radeal n mor cmerave, ~ta d against Thoma H. Bethes, charged Slaughtering tis Aogates.
uamit a the party ton special with murder in the first degree for (Miam Metrpo. Ca
se whi could not be ct aside the killing of J. W. Holt in May lt, A complaint habeenlodsed with
whueo r the part demand thatt reportedth ismorning that teywere or t
lb the we rn BepnbH i-udto eh av ierdit, andwere or three man, who are aed in
p-a faosrtlcuarlyit mstproveasre forthwith dischaged from furthr n alators to the upper iami rtv-
duty by the court. r.
It is rumored on the streets that The have bee here severo
The Secmnd Congremsonal Execo- the jury stood eight for acquittal, days and do their huati;g at alght
S the Demoeratie committee meets in three for conviction and one for usin a torch with which to shie the
Ja himillle today (Friday) to de- anslaughter. eyes of the saurians, when they are
e d the reslt of the irat primary It was announced this afternoonoa ot Id hned. They have hbee ha-
fr congresman, which, of course, that a special term of the circuit laE very good tuck, en iht last
Smere formality a Congremnan court would be held the seondalwee week r ia s t aan
S ruk lark had oppoimtion.- Un- in August. at which time Bethe s ai 'th _t a mMaON. W. o ANDREW&
S degr the aedmuent to the primary would be givew another trial. ad t s t. Ie nh are cired Nedk h. rueisheds to our i ogres om of he rhi
i awekin the eongremmi l coun- Immediately after the jury in the that hbve ever as dorned tht gret atio legisature. Men of push cad fre.
thefo tthr ashape the dti of the erect weotels isehos of oor sosar y.



vete members. J. D. Walke about two months ago of a river withn e city ~t~. "pp. cheerf yreco endte rep, er
in North ii, t the eaie time The atoritie wi siae the matter I h r o
MaR oi thet Sc onibd Primary q i Sling E. Stord. This dobei attent o ud if the law to betas ia, as a hea.lth, t tonic and a successful remedy for cia-
There were l eral newspapers in murder occurred the same night a ltted t a to to It tarrhin tsvariousforms. *Hon. W. Andrews.
thislateWBo, inthe recent prima- the Bethes-Holt tragedy. Tertnlay a holsting eaglie and,5 a n Th.,.calt,whowarltcedto Hoe. C. 8l..ip. oiro..- r1
S ries, supported H D. U. Flether Hopkinsis represented by Attor- couple of car leads of spIile were s, r from A'ska, is well known k irgilni, whoes b .. .dr. lsso i .
S for U. 8. setor and Hon. J. N. C. neys George A. Worley and A. eat down to the e tealsa works. t use i ,i: .ope, wb.er e has rhe-StoneGap, Va.. wn:
S Stockto forgovernr and T'Ela SA Simmons, of this ity, and Cromwell The egie is to be used at Quarry i :4. li Wasins ton : i. re.s is 312 ~I cherfully y h hae
waooeofthem. Weeanoldyspeak Gibbons, of Jacksonville, 'while Camp on M etachbe Key awhr se. N hstre t,-. W.. .ashi.to., D.C. your o r '
for ourselves, but we supported State's Attorney John C. Jonesr al ae rc m ins u w C., i s,-cn c riy romeo d Pruni iegly recoimsi nd r .lc. r no J y 1 r
these two men for these positions resents the state. the pa t month sveral of the Old A, a very ffici it remedy for coughi friends aoninv- ratin -- -i." ii r
meswe felt sure that they would Up to noon about seventy-five emloys o the rafroad eomnauy _icoll ." eHective nd perm etas o uri t -
Kthem heat alind ow .* the t lsm had been onined, with hmlave bhse told to hold themselves in ome pi-ople rttfer to take tablet. torth."
ochallenges made by rmdto for work ad the general rlic mau ttoton er e isono siod e
ra est. rr"L1 hrk and the general r.ller than to take medicie in .fluid Mr. Ikose>rag,1 ork V. T. .
otr did the ine. no peremptory m eg mde nby Iimpreio i that work will be resu 1-m. iurh prople Cau obtain Peruna catarrhb of t hei fr f .r-w
Mr. Stockton lost to General Gil- the state or defense. Hopkins is at- e on the exteion at an early date- tram l.., a ih rpres nt the medicinal hd abnd ob ned a!l io r O
rit, while Mr. Flether won over tended by his brother from Jackson- Mirm NewResrse d. rFh tsa ii is su Peru. a ..re
Governor Broward, and scored a vi- ville, who has been here practically
tory that he and hisfriends may wel ever since the tragedy occrred. HFUL
feel pre u of, for as a politician and
aa mpaigner Governor Broward cer- Large Hotel For Plantation Key Cr Will Sa Nosy Tit---- ----
S tainly stands among the first. Mr. J. E Ingraham, third vice- -", Rhea .-t lt-e Trouble
The cause for the landslide to Gen. president of the Florida East Coast Ser that thry haveth atr bof healh:
Gilchrist in the second primary is railway, has closed a deal whereby iThse di "'"ed at i .k't r v oh rir d Rfrd iOcgn
t hard to determine. In ouropin- the East Coast Hotel company a- n'Kidu l will doth for
on it was poor politics in injecting quires the Low estate of 320 acresof whoThbe .mkide. cod resm ---
the prohibition movement into this valuable landon Plantation Key. and Titfsille teesimony pove it.
contest which caused many a voter on it the hotel company will erect a Mrs. Josephina A. Lewis, living in
to resent the same by voting against monstrous new hotel, the largest in Titusville Fla.. says: "For some
Mr. Stockton. the world, time I suffered from a weaknes of
Mr. Stockton the world the kidneys and an irregular action
While very many are not feeling This tract has a frontage on both of the secretions caused me great an-
the best over defeat, othersthatwon the Atlantic ocean and the Bay of noyance. My back was also very
out take their victory with good Florida. with deep water harbor. lame and weak and I suffered con-
gram. We should all bear in mind Mr. Ingraham has also contracted stantly from a dull, naggingtpain
through my loins. I could not rest
that this has only been a party con- with Mr. Samuel Johnson, of Plant- well at night and at times was in
4 test within party lines and that we er. Key Largo, for an additional 360 such a miserable condition that I
must all put up a solid front at the acres for townsite purp ses. a por- could not attend to my household
general election in the fall. THE tion of the same to be used for the lid not obtain mu ehealief. I finall
S STA will give its support to every erection of a medium-sized hotel. learned of lman's Kidney Pills and .
candidate nominated in either pri- Mr. W. E. Brown, civil engineer at rbtained them. They proved to be
mary no matter whether he was our Quarry for the past year, is in charge far more beneficial to me than any
preference or not. of the proposed improvements, and other remedy I had previowly usv .
ist sn t now e Tie lamene.s and .o'ren-. 4crro.-
is on the grounds now with several my back vanished, my kidney seere-
I High Honors to Miss Lord assistant, and a gang of men. tions acted regularly and I now f eely .---
President Blackman, of Rollins co(l- Streets and avenues will be graded stronger and better in every way. I I
lege, has been notified hy Dr. l'rit- and improvements of all kinds start- give Doan's Kidney Pills credit for
chett. president of the Carnegie ed at once. this great changs in my conditi |-"'
Foundation for the Advancement of cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. New
Teaching, that a retiring grant has Steamer Miami Will Be Laid Up Yonrk. sole agents for l the .. New
been voted by the executive commit- O)n Sunday, the t'th the steamer State.
tee to Mis Frances E. Lord, for the r'i"md. now on the Knights Key. Key Rememberthename -D-,an ani
past eleven years professor of Latin *ent sn., Havana run, wilt be iaid take no other.

halfadnindoennthes lowersouthetoe l ately with her "lay-o the Miam fyou have piano you ish t
thalf asdobenin the lower sutho to be i er ues to Jatksoille by FIr s sell, we will sell it for you on 1i per
Se teth honor Jed ar ks onio b y te cent commission. Inlian River Mu-
She t au g h td Gre na O vr Sharpley sad berthed there sic House. Titusviile, Fla.
She taught Greek in Vassar college ..it fall. Capt. Vr. lt. White of the
_ for nine yer and was professor of Miami. will be tr-asferred to the Mas Notice
;-Latin inWellesleyceollegefortwenty- ,otte. while Mr. Sharpley and the oth Notice is hereby given that the taxi
oea years, being also forashort time Sr uffiecrs of the MIt;ami's crew will be amosoor will meet with the boan of s l b
acting president of the latter insti- kept b her during the summer. Thisa oi commissioners of Brevard coun. F r sale by the
t ition. This action of the Carnegie i. the first time that the Miami has ty* ville, Forida, on t he thdavo aJu i
Foundation is highly complimentary been lid uP i eral ears. It is 1908, at 2 o'ock p. m., forthepurpoe IN D IA N R IV ER
to Rollins. The only southern insti. maid some extensive work will be dona of hearing eomplaints and receiving tes-
ltutions on the "accepted list-, f th to the Mia during the stay at Jock- timony as to the value of any property
S"o e a pd of teo the a rin he tay at Jace l or peronal as fixed by the H UntSE
Foundation are the Joh Hopkins s lle though the eat ". kind asmeosr of taxes for the year 1508 And M U SIC H O U SE
S university of Baltimore. the Ran- 's not stated-3Mlaml Metropols. of perfecting, reviewing and equalizing
the I--sment rolls for said year.
Sdolph Macon Wm collegeof Vir- Stomisch Tr ables R. A. CON G, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
,=IvoNew sisn,._ie, e h11 Chairman of Board of Count Commi'.
giania adlulane Uiverty of New ay kable of ah trubl rev ld County, lorda.
Orleans. Teachers in state universi- ha hera ested by Chamberlains t (Attest)
tie or in. w ls c uh sad Liver Tablets. One man who had (Atte st)[
ties or in sehols controlled by relig- hset o0r two t oll for A A. STEWA
Si eenotlitios reaot enrated hy a few bos Clerk of Ciruit Court ands Clerk of
of thi tablonKa Pprice o. crn ionamp.o i Board of County Commissioners.
by the Carnegie Foundation; nor free atTituvilleP'armeey. By 0. A. Stewart, Deputy.





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Itm i-n tO aI ss ldj in, t
THE FLORIDA STAR

ILI& w1ith e adp IesI of the te- gilm d to eavel oae any thinge De to Forts ramilton mand Wnadwrt 1 T.
the r Itell n dl t of tats begenan f h-rth p ahe Joined W ther "would glee hile thand big gar wnd sinking a ima m t.l
Iat- s eadii selm ae, t aasitant las eleal oppoertmsdty. at woald smare nary Ses irsn oaea haundteds of hee me A cPT
t ese s dma flem a6 eb ne i so o th oh f a enatzaty b11- kent whadows an tmInTtg c aellins M Is. P t agmo, n te,
m a .a Tsft wae prewstes. Taft ws t bryan Wo oeae epn sO. ia n er. ni hart by 'a falling el lg.at A e n he
Tiiisf -ial 'eeedt Stat ba lo tlisa. C TheO e C alord a ge 1 >ioen, l N ST Re 1 l up. and the big o inty ,, tbi. en al -I".k *
VThe expected Nt ami Taft ade the week with the andheancem ont that Lutiitanl _coing to Ia arden haltrte ,f Kses a
jstampede the eanre inth to Roagllt their candidate had then 631 votes toI gronndd tnoa mad bank and w e fal They hel amown
wh a biw g deuoW-tiouson ft la Fi the D alenver erontion pledged. girtag lyed for so me tdhe During the week eg i ban ale v il tha.A s wd

t.YR 'Mmdnatt wt n a P t hePa If "n ''i .e e,, ,. labiat, nit man s were a
was at w ts height when ChI Kno, atite has lnthe solth ha Joledat in I e theand reguatwer and i litit ain m e What the ate r e es do r s.
SPfg op onledge 2 frthe a r-otinge b 8 stat he is follow lag w t a 1, not a iat N. I bef orke the nh ,v l'g af the e.. t
aproeed, the clerk sing a nm garphetie bl t in T oeenanee and Mississippl. and egI!ture is not known.
Ib Einat Chicag-She n t1-n aien thecked ay the satrd oro the a thelto .e. hetherthUST RI AL ititho Ise the grat i Iton at e
pumis Namngm Taft For a dlampedersaandtheoiniattotrofTaflt Leader Williams Rauignal I lliffrent parts of KeintYth tlo I ekel
wt mhad be. anio tl a 0s r motoed of te l- h to S epWirlliams. tor leader oa 1 hal orter TOu l nTlr C ki.l the satl s
mit' mee d P lae- Effort ForW h arty The or of the fi.It and only t r inty in the house of r esent A Pipe Line IFrom Iino .. M a t oii.hL, to! last ,lettatr ti ,aIe
b.allot wans 70. for Taft, tit for Knox, atives, has tendered his retignation to The Tidewater Pipe Line company, a ti s fyihr lS .til t
Isis UK ROOseVelt Plci es for Huoghes. 5S for Cannon. 40d for take effect nxt Dec. 1. His purpose im ac1In .chich otcIttesaisi .hi c4 pipe frome ad ir-o-I
S Fairtainks. 2 for la Follette. 16 for this is to giee his oasuccese on i a ing tteodthr dl In the i'rest tal tla te llnt un.. l.it i.-e ilo i l -i re e I |
ct Pla otied, but take and 3 for Roosevelt the short session to get acquainted gan. to sthe se aoati n at Bayonne, N. .. J Il h it is killee.
t El niated-S COrn atulate T he i n al e day the paetforl with the game, whether the next ho Th Irl.t aone buidwat s l he .
Sbaod -been f oped as reoted, the l- is to be Rtepnubl i an or wDemocratic. t rtion of this line acrossew orts r You ver Ca-- TOM
Second Place- Effort For notify resme-r, "'itil by ('"'Ier of Wb` Van Cleaen Accepts Substitut. Ohlo Into the Illnols til field at Robin- t elly hea.rof
S Term Stamnpde Fa inlnavtor of the hoe fallette on Con resident amof coW. n Ce ofr stn t a cmt Iof VIsland. as Wpanned by t ... Yu o il 1 Svo 11 i
of Socialism Pointed .ls direct eleti a of enatrs i nlterview a the laatlon o plg ank oil has b' e pileune from Ilwhelinois dithe T in i s tie, wellion atr e
P' I t Pr Ish andI *Nt. f te a 7 vot n ote down on the or o adote d by the oR tep a ema t writ of ed to the sorter MB rdtge tpere oling wis 1ie nl nitt e at h



helng al nt I rights andI the preservation port a foitradgse on hct the e I n as g-el by the e- lun lben. whiotbut
p h' -on C lm n ivm he g dit a lu attack from comb nations of Thever F t Ele orka Ths 1r near t n the ont, us d irt a lh e th e o ns u*l
--g N atllarr" e dnat The ainal e1 a t hernet et h ther iheeireaen cp ia or lasher, our g orea t ano- The i e o the art bsta t nte Bna e -.r >
S i Leaders poro rotl o g t e na lotnl received O s ie sfat ho t errlne il of ineeallty a e-i te llnwr i llnta hri de. Atthe r weai r weT, ney ,e tw or
po oo i.t h oBe tntB ht-aving been inotl 75. Sl e mn a t a ci m Log sland, kwns spanned ti nt yyeari i Bet1. noes.
Sn nllte n ti .t co o a nd b t'ai hoets ia rinti. tin. of iting s bri, Jose l. henr th e ec ad .fIn.r s *toteg wrn a.
N. Of fth e tn soaes aell. mne Is time honored iser at the great writ of o we" it the new latt t bridge porit itlt With signal bean W ith
OL I T ai h e i a nt* h on not arra by the anagers for meenangren hat hwere old o deny hat th Power and Howard Are Free. yt hih a r to mtalat h te
et n a New nt Beierdg and the had declinped tat e h T t Church Connections i which tdhe M o te t i bur ie. byn t.h e eSni w sa t lt
Soft hei lco sherma wen from Chicago to Cicin Jun befor the attk fomi nation s o f Sen tried f r coi mploit hy i n t ti ounger troai s isomel us ar e t
Sltt On t e t o at to confer with Tft oer the taery Taft atal or tn or o red atn lu r te o la d c oa vrnor b Et Ileet d by h all the g uartia c eali tl in
eing of Relis a h ag r- t ional hianihi. Sheman t a mednt was le teol l Watultsito t i tn 7, i t t ricdA e ten r w llr brib they hte tbll-
moo a hahe wa m t te ame nce o o a b ar banker, lawyer and a- of nrs. He tended to contrai t at sertios mae in te t fot n cvtiry ai ee -
Wha t w ld a ne y eto th row on he ooTk s oi ttee of the s tuatinsin Phea t hdd. ist an aitn o e iner to li.f r l th
SB oeson the temperance or. he For th any yeart Jane n a tA s Trd .. hate Taft c-me of a family Mill t Sta impriso ant he
ewe te t r f the part ermn hal beenot a tenlh aor amne hred the Whnit e riaH e Ptts rg hear that the a is of the .to ,a at A i It,
Se wo u of a rnq fal bed n a tpes ned a president ghre mh t t statement ton steel trot i theat district a nto ro en als tih s. b at I proennl Ians-
f

anwhich waa prepr hor t Fi e anrn hi e t i n fr the niftya ae thon yearf mehh. wo f Kenn ckya lra t reat ds itan
S propohe na njun o ld havo beWn orn ien ttca e o e at eo il atstult to aliewinterr no epr winda

t aproed rw the psrrtos of t ae a n Richard ar de t n LE A I on t h I t
Bt i e als ito ate he ts laon,- a.. She e t hetee tt 1 the de lt ; e Nt t b l lin t.
tlle tto ta eeeateoi n owiTh atnged byo t hath o In t fhe lmden t oh t Ihae rT n ErX en ttIhs a the is sm d Hrl al *Ami -r o s..
Splf r e being ina t rps ed i toe ho a .nia iratitti itotlie e t es otcome made hit htpenpty. After rsneinig eight nt iny Jas-1.







wSSS l m~ Eatgerb sof deto ;'nb e (e ml rn l t t TeVE Carant iptee. l thhe Atinntrv
by Chaim"trsand Bereride ha declined the hupono Tafta Chab Cneltiana dnuriintlg which ti-no e of oe, t at it rli frt o Dr. Tut .a ho..r. t I
t epeech of thPermanent Chr SheIrma went from Chicago to Cin rueo las be For Emergency Curlncyi p,-rle.-c .l f u l o01thi tate pnitendar MiAcS HEALTH








e L e g te i co l da y w hen he tt cor er the Ta telt ad mn s ra ft A t hre wa g o ccurt me ontred ut r h at ak o Both me nr e lved pOl.A M" 'M 3 3 X
nomate ta of e irn selent la e Mi a nd the o f altf, tensded to c introltt trct the dll tt frm tr a.i T tt O h 0



etAy to the i r fderime -
in p tio ra-te tody." Te cheering InI.on res comi. tei or the I... l "r .n I r e ... *. .Ift r ,t c health rethart riowers W ; "
taselhart alaf ted oerforty ml rtet th ae tioa < oob lcklrou Teao fac thot Taft Tfc e oart tonaily imlprtia otit ti n_ _



irilteom ednyof the d elegatendidnot h to r atcr an i In oli o te tor for a-h a L jury dig I cn c noe t f h mpoms nda t




andjeto Thi Incdent was omlnoeu of learin l dt o tc c iso a.nd name. for the ;Weality ,.;;,I to th the Brst trial NwvYr ia nd i inatlion o,1 thA L eLet,
t t t ofn hIe miuch ts t. unro n poI p.ular itysr ieua W hha t... ei otn-. i t hat d t at ri. te tP.t-co, former
to th pe oh e flnte ohoubl cdes f or Stte Mr. Srhera Is fi re yi es th ober h. of KentI ck a bbe wh.t c h armyavt
S 1 N 1in Ithe o e gatee n Uticaeb N. Y s le IA rts Iil s







S do ept for tho cNOSubstitutee
l e w reW a t on ti e Ellils and a- a tl blylc il h-t n l taling of wa t tersto Dr Tt R o el t
Sti5-eM Taft. o Te ften un ,Ws h aio n da y a fIa Sthmer lit an Ta tlu ad-u e on rd m eorkean l lilsae p of th
atplkothero d n i n t h a e e to hel f.n e exto u.ion of n l of by New Yor. ile nt i
o tahe laltne onn. eA Arg mnnhentre tt" e pt -io'l at ttICi-le callc c nifr hau it iritonict.n by the o lvenor A tr Th cre S P r
t r rootag we ait o se e teern ina o -c t .' i.ti r l. .| to li-. taitinsf Whor Trom BntOt tti fce nd rit tunu ni t .'.
d the t the p the a t thec eat no cordo te L diniesta t reen it iah ho eeie nt h at t i. o; n t e r ir f trite t o l ntain rt is i
Ahmeec d t le ft ha t ttircI the ttoie aie etitsepro Injuctio ofhelth* resec Pwerh t Ii itttllgtl

anyo tohte w hic f a lottis tt c litt fr co-h tai eiciioa fot e rces diageo a. in th
c et iurreincyioti astt tiiiltit-t ftcthe lc)ll:l [1 n tY cii s et ioiLt t h,, e t!ea tiral oec o,
go tat rntich ti tee agair "' wehaein iasioverttig ta htae Ilt otos tla ja cac o r h b-Lhm no


faid s ports o prepar tled ade E tegsadiot- is ol to ti van it r sTo bDr tTutu' oftcs th-ade Ca
tim t beeng a t- I-mt ,i r..sntan t tt ot-e Car bt R1 Taa ot Pwr















rtniin p eople tha t ert he ttior t orn tat Ite nlles ct i F a t o y |, i ta conei.1u |i Chti l U o iaim onia
an i~d to mpI n age to kinp namle.when red th e oaeti c nlb.ara sanics ot i tliteh IIB, ii e i rnTti l, thae.tt i1< tat lc th l 6rs w tra l I" have ".1. i taa
theb lofth ,e e ,on- ti hi ....'......a ..... -A-shl. .. ,, Ne w.hen .. .i...e. d... nwei dl de M EANS HEAL' TH.
o os te oldne atie C iore f e r t t t i
tnci tat ltr af" a' t he re toe e tea ls t the ni --l- L RH A




SlhmJacl t ont st h l e rs ore is hat t ;t e gr i tg the trend o f on thle si onti-n, ts tro .I ofi ti' j. y mt tew herb I a. n. .-.





hraa hatoy deai ey st l;tl^e n th a i le .,l Taft altem w h vT and mn.. Thlat ic tl' Arett ot i tea Asuitt hungl Is h


nolieea t ueep stu pheu ar me nt In tnt'men il I t uafe in t ot Ts ; it'hto, e td Iue tahei to a est -.
tet tidelay Cret Sttetiiccoh-rn -tat oebeing li wdaonlI i thtI fit De-a o-gh a rel ed. -IT ~e
doet tLoses o f ite t cdte peo e titi the -i Ian n -ra l oiatge thtee" n twa o le n Ito hira sti tor Arfmnt i.ia tander s ?. e.
lthne n mp ny the dlt eaitesd by n i is n it b it iiouitlnive iof ch tb- ti Ano te l' th ota. i en ati t Snf c antt tit nettogo tin' ,ret Tia NiOa. At IAIi Ie
banek, natke nd h t i r us t T r y fur vno a,! ial fo me jury dimazd Inn tee








John tItesed tio geter I dt was t-rtits f i eastti o .on thbelitt Ie o ra t tile h lt igAtith the re io t ictottim e o c
the roll of states should e hi taie s fo I'r r ttief il De atitcflamsl o in frtct. arew thk. iti' atetth i ,, jrswoha te i h uxW.
TheInf s- th a. S ino "I" sai that Sn. ;ite't- t t the las Is sit> Ii rage




Ott the ntr it t ots.tto -tntrionati r''at-n' ofoc-it aftes Vtttic'c i Agai-st think cet'Ditig inder Il Tru stlt. ,
he shout W tatto ot e h e T iell, to atkn r el .. .. -.. ... fL 16.ia e ll f r i Msui t to t l t
oh arntisee to ke- e p u the itntut sti c and Ret is mio by t he a raif f a o il- fIh t - It n
tlst't p oitint of time Itrbrokoed &tr 1- a t -t itol im t a t.ati- e r ;les or o c- li t .ot it e
eI the IIal ia wili eOn of It-i Iteat o h iiib th e de twtatto Oi tute'sIil ,
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