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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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2: }' JOINGSOFTHE.>> "' SATISFACTION That "QI1et"n'.Quality" shoes are the LATEST.NEWS Final Clearance Sale at Kline's''LOCAL GOSSIP

$&'*' *c most -satisfying women'd shoes in' the Bargains in Every Department
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-> .. PRESENT WEEK world is proved hy the fact that morewom..n AND INCIDENTS MOXDAY.'FEBRUARY: 'Z), 1907. AND PERSONALS ; M
4 them than
; persist in wearing anyother ,
n sf ; New wash dress fabric We are showing -
i shoes in the world. I

4 f .t ; Praient lotes PerfalBiDg. to EientsI f You don't need to be a shoemaker to Personal aragnpht About People that mater foreign varieties and domestic than ever'a.h before fabric, and: in at Something About the People of Titus-
I know that the please look hand
About Ton ll "you Traiel Here and There low peers, considering the wonderful ad -
j O' J Transpiring I some on the feet, are comfortable,. titlamuothly aJ vane,. Baths' Seen-nck. Amnskeag YilleasTteyComeindGoMrs.
and 8ntii>fy.We ..
%|& .Jtr, and Mrs :J. P..Willn have moved are the .xc'lnl'ive i agents Glad. to Dr. J. B. Screven, of Miami, was AFC. toile du nord, Paris tiseu-, Cal Jack Be g is visiting in Sanford

|f 1", "i1 \lfthe Gray cottage on the river front. show you our new kid, iron metal patent tacked with apoplexy again' Tuesday I mont' batiste, ('laid tattstt* nonveante, this week.
English solid and
:zephyr in c"Io" plaids
EA .Mr. E P. Branch of Meljwarne, was leather latest and canvas t-hoes. AH the .very morning I.Genrrv, prices 12} ruts to 25 tents per Mrs. E. P. Porcherjnf Cocoa, is voting
slvleft for spring and
Y S in town Tuesday on h h.isVay'to Orlando on exhibition. rammer now Commodore and Mrs. F. D Hnjzb ardEmbroideries her sister, Mrs. Delos, A. Blodgett, at t

s for* visit!! to h3hmthe7> '" WINSTON, BRANNING, i (lave returned to Daytona from a trip ,' and laces This: is the Daytona. I

t* 'LBDP'*shipment of tr'ail hats' jnst re- The Clothing Hou-e Florida., down the coast as far as Miami where 'I handsomest the Kline(collection store and.* that has ever is saying comein Get your spring and summer suit from

". elved...ttt'tlielateft. shapes. for 1907 in theay Tnaville, they are spending most; of their time this iini'h. Brannin::. The very latent cuts just received

.- Uawes. make at Winston S..Branmng's winter. I Embroideries and lace were never in In the well known make of Scblo83Jrothers.
, Death of A. B. GladwinMr. I so great demand before. '
\ .Rev. 'McNary prearhea excellent eer- A. R. Gladwin of Sherbnrne Men and bnys-get yonr spring and I Embroidenr. including fl..nnc-in2l... edznjp 11
summer shoes from Winston S. Branning.: and Ingenious, tmhn.uleredon nain- Mr.8'ricktand. from
Jacksonville at'R
Presbyterian. church every Sunday night at N. Y., who has spent a number of .winters No won exhibition the largest line of low rook and swiss mnslins! ; width 11 to 25 rived last week to relieve Mail Clerk t
on the east coast of Florida, stopping : all nrliee; prices 8 cents to 75 cents per 1
mt shoes shown on the East Coast in
?:? J.F -A. Collins on the Sanford branch for a
principally with his brother, Mr S. N. yanhGerman
-- the very latest cnts. 'laces few weeks.
and French
: TheAniiewa'Grand: Opera company Gladwin of Titusville, and at Miami, Valenciennes i
' Miss Marie Qnarterman of Chester and inSt'rtions. match sets others odd
1 will in Daytona We have received
entertainment excellent
give. an died Sunday afternoon at the rttidence: I an com-
Shoals has been in Titnsville patterna'b! cants to 20 rents per yard.
early in March, when they will render Mr. E. V. Blackman, in Miami, at the visiting Mexican laces and insertions, match munication in regard to road matters

' : "Martha.1 advanced age.of eighty years. his week with her friend, Mrs. F. M sets, 12} cents to 20 cents per yard. which is somewhat lengthy and will ap \,

R The editor of THE STAB is in receipt of When Mr.: Gladwin arrived here last Taylor returning home from a visit! to Point ru-se and extra fine Svilla laces pear next wc't.'k.Titusville f
g. her sister Mrs Johansen in Charleston and insertions for underwear regular 10
: a card stating that Yanda Eno, Amen fall he was- in very feeble health and ever S. c. / cents per yard special, Monday only 6cents. is well represented at the

, ,'.: f ?,'. most distinguIshed. violinist! is coming since he has been confined to his: room motor boat races at Eao Gallie today.An .

i. :' this way anon.irs. the better part of the time. The body The handsome motor boat trophy 36 inch guaranteed black taffeta. A effort will be made to have a race at
--t made from old Spanish coins and intended heavy Vich. rattling! silk; value $1.50.1
Sherbnrne for interment this time in
: H. R. Jones of 'New Hartford was shipped to place some March.
$1.00
; special yard.
; for the endurance race is now on exhibition per
nn., mother of 3Ir?.. William M. Monday night his relatives -will meet 24 inch white or black wash silk 49 Miss Daisy Brady has given up her
i: at Clark's jewelry store in Day
-' i Brown, arrived in Miami this week and the remains m New York. cents per yard. trip to Camden S. C., and left Mondayfor
tons, where the public is cordially invited Just received fall line of ladies' white
Mr. Gladwin ardent fishermanand
will be the guest of Dire.! Brown the balance .vas an a stay of a week or so in :Miami accompanying -
\ until this B."OJI 1 to call and see it. canvas Christy ties extra fine quality 3
enjoyed 'his..fport
of the winter. large eyelets, plain toe, blucher, covered her father Mr. E. L. Brady,
:' to the fullest extent at both Miami and all $1.98. to the Magic .
heel City.T.
Mrs. G: faoward and baby returned Grand Millinery! OpeningOn sizes I

4 home Wednesday from' Georfia where I Ii Titusville Also white canvas pumps, plain t.oe. A. Snyder of Cincinnati who
: owns
3r 1 -4 Thursday Feb. 28, :Mrs. Krulder covered heel, all sizes, $1.98.
-i .. Mrs. Howard has been visiting with relatives For Bent will have her spring opening: with a full New goods arming daily. Expect to a fine residence property at Hobe Sound, .

:f ; .J since last summer. They are now line of ladies' hats in all the very latest have the largest and most complete and has rented a cottage in Daytona in order !

{: '. occupying one of the Walker cottages in Three nice, clean rooms, in !good local styles. up to-date stock ever displayed on thee to be able to enjoy the automobilins provided -
ty for small family (without small children t coast.
North TitnsviIIe.i ) suitable for hortekeeninK' : by that city's hard streets and the '
An Enjoyable Oyster Boast Mail orders, promptly filled on any or
Among the passengers on the southbound Apply to MRS. J. D. CEABB.Titusville the above goods. good roadsof the vicinity, together with
Fla. Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins entertained .* JCLIIS KLINE the unrivaled beach.
i Vain. Tuesday was John LsRoche, ,
c about five of her friends
seventy at an Titnsville! Fla.Telephone .
-;, \;, of South Carolina who was on his way Mr W. R. Sanders of Indianola, was
< Meeting of Orange Growers oyster roast J last Friday night on the terraced No 8.
>v to Ooortenarto visit his brothers and sisCo in town last Saturday and confirmed the
V i A meeting of the Indian river orange river front of the Bobbins': home. c
= tent Mr.. LaRoche: left Indian anumber Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrivala report as published in THE STAB last
There number of i
growers waS held at Titnsville Feb. 14th, were present a large
of years ago. 1907 for the purpose of organizing and to Grangers stopping: in this place, who I R Felch, New York; R J Mears Jacksonville week regarding{; the gale of his: place to

The call of Chairman Ensey for the devise a better system of disposing otth were greeted with the glad hand and a : H C Abrahams Atlanta; S ]P Dr. Glover, of Georgia. Mr. Sanders i

.,..st MCtmgef-jtange+ .,growers at. thw place Coats, Chattanooga; T L Howrll, New sold his crop of oranges this year for
welcome and thus made
to feel
crop. generous Mr and Airs Smith M
text "Tnesday &enioon,+f2 o'clock Smyrna; Hood I$7,000. He will probably remove to Miami.
The following places WAre represented: perfectly at home as it were. and Mrs Geo M Jacobs Fairmoant W

t p. m., will be, found under our editorialS Mims, LaGrange, Titnsville Nathan. Aside from the oysters roasted and Va; F W Bailey, Atlanta; R T RaymondSyracuse .

4 beading this week. Will the growers Sharpes, Cocoa, Bonaventure and Tropic. served on the half shell there' were re- ; L T Carson Omaha; Lamartine The people of Titnsville were astonished -
and attend this meet- Hood Philadelphia; W fe' Cetti, New
take notice
please at the double suicide of Geo. W. Mor
:hments and
Mr. John Same wrote in variety abundance
regretting very
York Mrs Goo Lervh, Duluth linn Sir
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4 lul!. much that he was enable to attend on substantials and otherwise, to which full and Mrs E Vribner, Brooklyn N Y; Geo ton and wife at Tampa last Saturday.

IThe: Lorillard Boat ()). have prepared account of sickneas.! justice was done by the crowd present. F Miller L V Gnthne Huntington W They were well known to'most of the

their tiny ',n cer,Joker, for the motortat A temporary orjpmixation was effected Everyone had a big time and is ready; Va; J Wentworth Bay City Such; C G residents of this section, although! they

nan at Eau Gallie for which place White Lapeer ]inch; 8 A WillOn.Olint, have not resided here for several years of
Capt. W. H. Sharp, of Sharpes. was to duplicate it.The. 1ich;J B Thompson Gainesville Ga;
; aereral of oar boats left yesterday. Mr.G. elected chairmanand Geo. B. Gardner. Dr and Mrs E N Andrews, Chicago; }lr late. An account of this tragedy ill be

;E. Prtcheu's fast boat Friday 13, of LaGrange, secretary.Rev. Bundick LectureA and Mrs Geo P Davis Bloomington III; found on page 5 this week.

will also enter the race for boats above Wm. Stones invoked the divine very appreciative audience gathers Henry L Grede )Milwaukee Wis; F E The "Joshua Simpkins" company witha
Lindsay Jacksonville; 11 J Ellsworth Ir-
ten miles. bteCfing after which Mayor B. R. Wilson at the Iehodischurch Monday night to rington-ou-the-Hudson: N Y; Mrs H1 fine brass band and splendid orchestrawill

/Dr. L V. GnOme and Gen. G. F. Miller deKvered an address of welcome. hear Dr. W T. Bundick the noted lecturer Nolle and two children Perk Hendix, 11 be seen in Titnsville next Wednesday

", ,of Hantington, W. ,..., were arrivals Reoysrbs were made by several on the give his lecture t'n'itled.hGit, Gn H Munch, T R Trice, West Palm Death; Feb. 27th. The saw mill scene in the
Mrs L P Cincinnati Ohio Mr
an TiluniUe last Saturday and left Sun- object of organization. Meeting then adjourned and Gumption." The :Joctor is a very Clyde G Clarke Hobjrood, Columbia S C, ; Mrs; J F third act is said to lie wonderfully realistic -

lay morning on the auxiliary catboat till 2 o'clock p. in. fluent speaker and is widely known as Breetler Indianapolis, Ind; Mis Olga a genuine circular saw being seen in

Gea. Miller recently purchased from E. B. On reassembling at 2 p. in, by request the ."Virginia Orator. He held the Erin, New Albany, Ind; John Henry. motion, with Uncle Josh's son lashed to

i Wager for Roselaud, where they will of the chairman, Mr E. P. Porch addressed close attention of his audience during, his Miss Helen \V il on, city: Walter Calla a log by the villains and started toward
Greenville S C R T and
month or &x weeks hunting, the meeting, describing the methods discourse lasting nearly an hour and a nan, : Dewey the glittering teeth' of the rapidly revolving t
1 spend a wife, Great Barrington, Mass Mrs :\lary
fishing etc. Mrs. Guthrie and children of the Orange and Pineapple Grow. half for there was not a dull moment R button, bt Loin, Mo. W J Cottrell J saw.

went to Roseland by rail direct.. The era' association in handling fruit. during the whole address F F0intead! Louisville, Ky; S Wright, I I ReII.. Huntington of Hartford,

party will be joined in a few days hy MrNorthcott Capt. htrpe having to leave on train, The attendance wa not as large as i it Jacksonville! : T Picton Warlow, Orlando; 0>0 n.. held services in H. Uabnela: church
P N Sessions, Tampa; B S Huckm, Io..krord. -
a prominent attorney and politician Mr. G. F. Ensey! was elected chairman.On should have been. Half the proceeds III; Jos Geiger, Savannah Mrs E 1 B !Sunday morning and evening with good

of West Virginia.FURNITURE motion the chairman wa requested went to the benefit of the Methodist Long, Madi<*n\ille, Kv; Miss Georgia congregations present at both services.Mr. .

__ to appoint a committee of two for each church. From here Dr. Bundick lectured 1 Hoover, Dawson, Kv: L E Crane, Atlan I Huntington will officiate in this

DRY GOODS, SHOES section crowing oranges solicit i the attendance at Ostt't'n. (ill; A M Wing Bat ard, Ha; bee C church until after Laster Mrs C. J.
I I'a. .Ulanta;J R McCally and wife,1!
Parian Paints of the growers at a meeting; to .\ nhfad and wife, Dayton, Ohio:: Denham has kindly consented to take

Elastic Book Cases be held at Titusville Feb. 2fth as?o'clock Walden, the Magician t I C L Mclland. Cleveland, Ohio; Tim H i charge of the choir, with Miss 1 Daisy Brady

Eiiison Batteries p. m. at the courthouse At the opera house last night :\Ir, Loreiuo i I :Moore, Jr, Nashville: lire W McGiH and j as organist, and this is assurance that
TiUmille Post Card I). Walden performed his trick in wife, Toronto Canada: P S Ta\ior and
Ou motion the chairman was requested i I j the choral of the service will bs
part excellent -
Books, Stationery the magic art, Inch were greatly enjoyed wife. New York: II C llford P.irtntnz-j p!I
Perfumery, htc. to make a mil to the growers throig hy a good audience I ham; \\ L Cox, tMlern"\\'in-ton; C F !i[ Mr ilnntin ton'* father, Rev
.Gardner 'Phone the county press and the secretary was! I HIs ,,' l> Moines Iowa J B Hier '
.ehas. feats in nwzic were made ( Johnson es ; John T Huntington, was among the first
-- -- -- requested-hed.to hive minutes of the nieeting I I fully well, showing him to be : 'nlt'r.1 Jacksonville; LJ Davn M ljt\i: ; Oil''i prints in this church, having:. officiated
"Joshua Simpkins"A poMi> iest prestidigitators of the a;:e and also ., Collins, Atlanta: S D Noel, Melbourne: 'II
Prof F b chen! then addressed the !! some eighteen; years ao. The latter is!
showing hun to be a master of magical Jo-! Divicnnework: .I .\ Uadworth.New ,
rural comedy drama which has been meeting. mysticism. I I York E F Nunallv, CharlestonbC; j IiT i expected at Ormond this: mouth and will
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The meeting ailjo'irne-l to meet at Ttusvule He all of his l latest discoveries F Wilham John Lucas,1 I
presented continuously for several seasonson I performed Daytona; C probably visit Titusville during his so-
Feb 2t;tn, 1W7! at oMoc this line and if Detroit Albert A Carter Denver L Mills
on quite equaled not ,
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the road will play an engagement in' I i ; j I journ on the east coast this sea.sn.
D.. m. surpassed those who claim to be the be tAll Flv, Miss Clara M Ely, Binghampton, I,
this city at the Titusville opera louse G. F. K\sfc.\, Chairman.GEO of his tricks were so good that the I Ial1ll M B Knight Miami; W H \\adsworth,
. Wednesday next, Feb. 27th. B l ,\RDXER.. Sctetary.JUST f."e was bewildered and perplexedand 1: New York; U m T Black and wife' Delhi, I I Trunks and Dress Suit Cases

'Joshua-Sinipkins" is a comedy drama ---- -- thought it 1 11 possible that such could N Y; James Wi.liawson, New \ork !, If von are in need of any of the followingcall !

well acted by company said to po&esa RECEIVED AT KLINE'SThe lx dore .\fteror.eof his explanation and <-ee us, for in the last t"ottk
he cleared np some very puzzling proh1lems. we have received al out one carload of
; more than ordinary merit, in addition to very latest in IDt>II'S and vouth .I THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL ,
; dress, automatic and steamer trunks. dress!
which several pleasing specialties are in- spring and summer clothing consisting of The entertainment was thoroughly enjoyed Provides hot and cold baths and uwde, suit cases and dream suit extension vases,
troduted. A complete orchestra, composed the mo t up-to-date styles that j-oxitive ly by all present and opera. going per j toilet* on two tt.r", airv l>ed room U\- 'I satchels and tele- '!<.
musicians discourse will suit the most fa :ti.1ion!! customer and pie will l lit" glad to see )1 r. Walden in ]erlookmg the river. eainpl** room, COlYI Ji ins KU\F, Titu of professional made up bv the -elet! >rate\l house of A. B.1 1Kir timilleauain. T'-I j|, consultation: rooms, large cool dining

incidental ic, huh assists to make 'hbauui, prices ranging from fill 00 lie goes from here to Palm Brach and I room, free hbrf with the It..tltil1 daily ,'
the flay the success it is. This featureis to $JO 00 per 'iit. Miami. and -tpnprrs on file fiee telephonefor Dress taking Parlors

claimed hy the management to be gilt Also cravanette" in the verv. latest guests. free n-e of tvpewritin.r: madl- ,. ". C A. krunler: iutdOxMied| dressniakiug
styles.If Fort ILtCII tAP FOR CASH. \line:'. Electric lights throivhout; the entire parlor in Tut ?t.\C building
edsed, and, it j@ said, far exceed the yon are in neeilof a pair of *hoe About S3 acres of good high land on'i I building in-i.le and out. C open day ,: ground tloor. Trimming: hats a pecialty.
. usual orchestra by theatrical! companies.Their remember we carry four of the leadu I ; .: and night; attentive |>orter-< attend all i .
the side of the Indian
east
or ocean
tine band will cite a burlesque parade makes, the famous Pouula, liana, the Narrows described as follows:riverat Lot : train: only five minute" walk from the Call at TitrmilU-.i\erv, at rear of t
the day ( the Walkover and Keats' Conqueror 'i! Illation iioud fishing from i hotel I\lxk.i Robbm! law office, for '!stylish riy.
about noon on o en I No. 3, section 35, also lot :No. 3, section
If yon are in need of a hat, we will H.II Lease onler. for hauling both
your ,
36, in township 31 south range 39 east. doni
gagement.: von a John B Stetson at a cut price 111 This land is unimproved but finely located For Sale t lean,l : m;:le. J.)1. Oban, pmprietor.
Tickets now on sale at lUaiuun>:'s almost any style you wi!ah. They are jooot
For further particulars address Connecticut built
cattxat twoi.uit-of
fresh from the factory. '
Clothing btore.: Reserved sealscents. Bovs' trousers we have them plain and E. M. Lew I I sails, anchor and ten ballast bay. .\ Dental NoticeJ

I bloomer styles prices from 50 l Brockton, Mass. oor tin. \pply at TilE TVR office. W. Newu D D of
in ranging >a'", s> tin firm
For Sale and Beat
cents to $1.50. J l of Stacy A. Newman, of Wet Palm ,
For sale: One canopy top surrey one : In men's trousers we have about 1.000 GO RlrAIBSBOP Draying Beach, will be in Titnsville for a few
three acre young orange grove part bearing : patterns to select from no trouble to tit Send your guns for repairs to henry I Dra 'ing or hauling; of all kinds promptly -{1 i days fully prepared to attend to any dental -
, fruit rifer front. Will rent or sell Benecke. All work thoroughly done j attended to. Meets all trains. Stove work. He has his office in the brick
! two five-room cottages partly furnished vou.Prices I assure you are right on any of Guns loose in the breech tightened equal !I wood for ale at all times. I j building opposite the-court b,we. where
for light housekeeping. Write or call on the above coods. JULIUS KLINE, to new. also guns tocked and shotguns H. E. HOLTON, I, he will be pleased tr HH- all who want

.s E. B. -h.wp', Malabar, Fla. 'PhoneNo. S, Tiuwille, Fla. rebored etc. H. Benecke Titnsville, Fla. I, Titusville, Ha fir cla" work done.I k

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EVERY MOTHERshould

keep supplied with Ballard's Horehound Syrup If she ,

wishes to save her children from serious sick spells. It toni T t

1 ".. ,-,. 'nI .., --.o.J tains absolutely nothing injurious, does not constipate. Good =y 1

for children as well as adults.
3 the government to carry out the wishes New York. died at his Olean home A cough often leads to consumption and should be checkedImmediately. ',.

IL r 1-, FOREIGN, I of the majority the people.rCOMMERCIAL. Feb. 12 after a long Illness. "

: Alfred Walter,.president of tIYt Sea

board Air line died at his New York A Household Necessity. 1 1J.
Rig Suffragist Pr. *ssion.A I I residence. i R

'procession of women one-half a C. Smith, Houston, Texas, writes: "I have used j

,$' ; mile In"taagth headed by Lady Frances Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my family for the past !:.,
Iron and Steel .
:- ; ; 1 BalfiMir.. sister of the ex-premier.L Exports.A few years, and find It far superior to any other cough
; and several other women 'of the no- total of $172,:OOOOO worth of Iron I EDUCATIONALIllinois I medicine have tried. Every household should be

and steel exports during 1906 makes supplied with this worthy remedy."
-. Yy* bully, comprising university graduates
the highest record and Increase
an of
artists. lecturers textile workers etc. For Reform Spelling. The Delight of Children.
75 cent In two all
per Nearly
paraded through the streets of London years. On the ground that they deprecatethe

yes r to Trafalgar square where a public the countries' of the world were purchasers hardship'and waste entailed upon COUGHS COLDS, WHOOPING

J r. Y ,mi *ng= was held to demand the attention of these products. Nevertheless children by our illogical spelling and CURES SORE THROAT, BRONCHI-
1- of parliament there was a marked Increased In TIS AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES. ,
o our Imports of Iron and steel. Including the process of its mastery and becarse

i ': for the to entr.m.j the bill- $12,000,000 of pig Iron. $3,000,000 they appreciate the importance of intelligent PRICE 25c, SOc, and $1.00 ,

.j 1 J chlsement of of Ingots.and $4.000,000 of tin plates. citizenship and see how jar AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. : /' ,
spelling handicaps foreign born ill-
women. Most of More Gobbles Ward Lln. y
dren In learning our language an in
the Important The New York and Cuba Steamship
.. understanding our Institutions tbe Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
; J. suffragist 86c1 company: known as the Ward line Teachers' Association of Illinois !has :

ties are opposedto which operates eighteen steamers to
pronounced Itself unequivocally l.i favor
the militant the West Indies has now been taken 500-502 North Second Street, f
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of the adoption of the s .pllfied -
', or forcible over by the great coastwise combina-
board's recommendai.
spelling
methods of the tion beaded by Charles W. Morse at ST. LOUIS, MO.,
They approve the action of President
Y, so called suffragists the approximate figure of 15500000.
Roosevelt and regret the obstruction
a ?'r vwho recently This sum is to be paid part In cash and I
,F i offered by congress asking their sena-
were expelled part in bonds of the new company,
tors and representatives to Inauguratean
k 0 from the which will tare 120,000.000 stock and
International movement toward reform Sold and Recommended by
7 house of com will issue $10.000,000 In ten year bonds. .
spelling.The
.4 rF /7f ; mons and committed Morse's various lines now have an aggregate :Red Cross PharD1aoY' :
School as a Clubhouse.
I
to prison. capitalization of 56000.000

;, .. Later the exclusive of the Hudson river line. ::1 Educational leaders will be watchingwith

c'! Lady Balfourr leaders of the The New Haven refused Morse's offer great Interest the experiment Mdrine I

t more aggressive of the women suffragists about to be undertaken by the Philadelphia ial
of $20,000,000 for its two steamshiplines.
.e made another determined demonstration board of education in fitting

,1 when hundreds of women up a public schoolhouse as a sort of

attempted to force their way into the Tarbell Out of Equitable public or neighborhood club ,for the EnginesA

4 house of parliament. The police had President Morton of the Equitable boys and girls. There will be a read

,. i been forewarned and the doors of the Life has accepted the resignation of ing room a playroom and a place for

\, r' bouse were shutIn attempting to Second Vice President Gage E. Tar- lectures or entertainments while provision e

.! drive back the agitators the police ran bell last of the liyde-Aleiander regime will be made for manual training ESPECIALLY ADAPT.

in letter of and the entire expense to be borne by ED FOR SATISFACTORYUSE
down and severely Injured a number a regret appreciation ;y
and Most of that not the the city. The building will be open _.
I arrested sixty of them. saying slightest IN FLORIDA WATERS .
rather had been found to Indicate two evenings week from 7 to 0, and < "iI
;{ ". them went to prison than pay suspicion _
the attendance will be
Tarbell'K voluntary.
lines.j wrongdoing on part. Mr.

?+ Russian Opposition Grows. Tarbell will now go Into the real estate Trade Schools In America. Regal Marine EDgiaes

business at New York. The New York.School Journal publishes
As the elections for the douma
new j> Stand for the highest of
type
\ statistics showing the growth of
; proceed It has become apparent that No let Shortage. mechanical skill and reliability ,
:
the trade schools movement in this
the peasant-labor combination probably The Ice trust and the various Inde- They are four cycle, jump '
i'
country. There are pix building and spark ,
ignition automobile
r s. will control two-thirds of the, dele- pendents have now been compelled to mechanical type. S
valves, float feed
mechanical trades schools In New York
gates notwithstanding all of the handicaps admit that all danger of an Ice famine carburetor enclosed crank case.
and Brooklyn three In Boston two Id'San
'' 4 with which the government has has passed since the recent continuedcold steam forged crank shaft and
Francisco and two In Philadel- bronzed
bearings. Have the
surrounded the electorate. A greater wave.
phia. New York has two brewing fewest number of working parts
.; t proportion have voted than any other academies Chicago and Milwaukee consistent with a perfect oper-
i claM of tbe population! many of them I r MISCELLANEOUSShah I ating motor ....id many other
each.
one Philadelphia Lowell New
i :, making long Journeys to the polling exclusive features found' only in the Regal
Bedford and Atlanta have textile

,' I pic shorn** by The the greatest class of indifference small land own was Balks, Then Yield. schools Chicago St Louis, Omaha. THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

$ en, of which only 20 per cent chooses Upon the meeting of the Persian par- : Peoria Waltham WInona and La- Made in three types, H 3 and :511, P. single cylinder 8 to 15 H .
*. r porte have watchmaking and engrav P.double Blinder 30 H.P.four cylinder
deletrates. liament at Teheran a committee was
I ers' schools. The universities of WIsconsin We also ,
appointed to wait upon the shah to manufacture a line of heavy, slow speed. working engines
F Y Rural Guard Order Revoked. and Minnesota and the Iowa from 61x. P.single cylinder to 45 H. P. four cyhndcr.
before him the demands for his
lay
; i:;.on a suggestion;: from Secretary of College Agriculture/ have schools of The many hundreds of Regal
engines .
now in operation
War Taft. Governor Magoon has suspended formal recognition of the parliament's dairying. For dressmaking millineryand the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving throughout ,

the order for increasing theE powers under the constitution grantedby the domestic arts and sciences

I i rnral guard < f Cuba In order that opponents the late shah. The shah sent a reply schools exist in Boston New York, Get a Regal in-tbe Banning Don't Experiment

I of tuat policy may be heard. refusing to make the necessary Brooklyn St. Louis and Philadelphia.Eight Handsome
concession, saying that he feared the eiplana\ ry.catalogue mailed free on request.
: It a;;pears that the opposition to the cities contain schools to teach

or ': Is tine to the fear that the guard next request would be for a republic bartering St. Louis has a school for Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

f wl.l: be commanded by enemies of the pure and simple. This caused a great railway telegraphers Emn;ham. III.,

LI'::;,rals. Inasmuch as the present comma uproar in the assembly and the popu- has a college of photography and New Cold Water, Michigan

John Rodriguez to lace thronged the streets and held revolutionary York
I. i :i ler. belongs an academy for shipbuilders.The .

4c : I the "oderaie party. The negroes also meetings while foreigners

wl :i to l>e duly represented In the enlarped were warned of a probable outbreak.

army. Late the same evening however his

majesty sent another message grant Blood is The Life." .
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Central American War -- -
Averted.As ---
ing all the demands including a formal
soon as word came to the statedepartment recognition of the constitutional gov above Science: has never gone beyond the THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO
simple statement of scripture. But
at Washington that the eminent In spite of all this a considerable I
it has illuminated
I that statement and THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO
Salvador tribunal of arbitration had rebeil.ou continued unchecked
j given it a meaning ever broadening with
been adjourned without succeeding; in in tbe province of Tabriz the
governorof ; the increasing breadth of knowledge. THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO 1 1i
adjusting the ditierenres between Mearasrua A\Ukh Wlseized and bastinadoed When the
I blood is "bad" or impure it
t lUll llondura*, steps weYe tak ly tbe rebo'sWalked I is not alone the body which suffers
j .%n to brinz to lour not tbe Inns
only 1,600 Miles on Water.Charles through disease The brain i is also

:, guise of I hi. oitmtrj. but of )Mexico W Olt1rlt "e. who started J i clouded St q mind and judgement are

uitom-ili, t'o,ta (lira and Salvador, from Cimmnatl Jan. 1 on his water e ted,antnsany .an evil deed or f Impure i
10 for.-e I the In'Uuen! : 'HH: to soine sort : tho ght ectly traced to the

of re.i.,n.Million' 'fho I dk ijluttro"; walking shoes. accompanied by his i impumy of the W&odi Fo'il impure Mood
c 11 wife in a rowboat n>arhew Orleans -
+ ,mt of MII imasmii u of Nicsinisuan ter can N midc ymfP byIVrce's the nac n(1
I'eb, In. hating made a world
rltorv liy llo record liv walking the waters of the
/ .
inir u'i.:; pulitif'sl refnireeshile tbv* enriches and n'mtpg the) blrovj thereby

malUr wa" mlll.'r | "n Moti liy theirhitRitors Ohm old Mississippi a distance of curing pimples blotches, eruptions and

-, the delegates: from lionlura I. :an' > miles, thus winning n $."JUJ"< other cutaneous affections, as eczema, 1

$ wager Hivines': were tiny cedar tetter or silt-rheum, hives and other
> openly| ilnnred Nh'aragua with
.. boats, four feet live Inches Ion:?, the manifestations of impure blood
niakii {><'ret proparatioiis for war
Incl:<'= I>1'"1<1 and seven ini'hos deep ;
@ The ncUIiliontu governments now join i I
the t'nitod Stat,>>. in lining: a renewal Accidents.The : In the cure of scrofulous swelling, enlarged {

of the arbitration hoard and sujzest; : steamer J'lrdmlltut of the Joy !, glands, open eating: ulcer or old

3 rules of prtJ.\.>tlure. This was virtuil hue which left I'r" idencti for >ew sores thp"UoIdf'nff'dkallY.'COwry"has
: performed the mo-t mansions curtIn ,tl.al p" ri IN81 liIi INn
ly accepted at list accounts. York l"l'lI. II, collided with the s< ha.ner 1 :
: 1 cases of old seres,or op'n ('3 tin:: iiicrrs,
Harry Knowlton off Iilo w-k Mindand
Reopening the Parliament. it is well to apply to the op" n sores Pr.Tierce's .
sank fifteen
in minutes. Zero
and of Knclind wentin All-Healing Salve, which posesses -
The king; juwi : we.itl'er! undo the !situation more hors ,
tate to tile hON of pirliament lastweek ible_ and unl':11"'l1t wonderful healing! potency when 1,1
twenty out ofI17u
their nil but nominal used as an application to the sores.n conjunction i ,
to perform ; i I --- ,s, p hit
Inunl d
persons on unnamed: tit esoai with the ns. .,-iolj.u 1 TT,hcal t
duty of nfoineiuns,: the lonN ana | I
e in the lrf>:iN. among: the sated Iisco\rry"as a blood cl 'ansinj cnn" -ti-
comn.vu Two feature of the king'sl"(1e'Ch being + rt ; It Ir gyp t -
; Captain ANAey and several of tutional treatment If your dnicsist:: ; .

were of particular interest to I the officers and crew. : don't happen to have the "_\U-HeaLnz&ale

; Americans One was: in reference tv. The burning: of the \\anamaker in stock yon can easily) procure it

the Kingston earthquake lie expressed home at Jenkiutown. Pa. is aid to by inclosing) hfty-( nir cents in post 150

his sincere gratitude for the sympathy : have entailed a loss of $1,500,000. but stamps to Dr. K. V. Pierce fix Main ;xt.,

shewn by the United States and : the le!'tructj.>n of rare art objects Buffalo N. Y., and it will come to you by

"the assistance promptly offered by gathered from all harts of the world return post. Mot druggists; keep it as
their naval authorities." The other well the Golden Medical -
an hardly measured in as Disco\ry
&e money.Munkacsy's A line that meets all demands
feature related to the war the i
upon famous "The i 0 0 \u d 0
| paintings,
'
house of lords which has been promised Crucifixion- and "ChrUt: Before Pi 'I You can't afford to accept any medicine both as to quality and price

p4 by the Campbell-Bannennan min late" were saved. of unknoicn compovitirm as a substitute

istry. The premier explained that the Forty dead were reported in a mine for"Golden Medical Di t'ery.\\"hkh \Is'a Selling Price from $450 to $850

upper house had rendered itself open fire at Bakbmut Russia. medicine or KSOWS COMPOSITION,
to serious criticism because of its opposition having a complete list of ingredients In Full
An particulars
explosion French sent
on a tol'pf'dohoat on application
to the education and plural killed nine. plain English on its bottle-wrapper the

same being attested as correct under oath.
#0 voting bills. It was Imperative that the
y Death.. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
;
; relations between the two houses INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
KrinVV. Higgins. ex gorernor of and invigorate stomach,liver and bowels TITUSVILLErE
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t FRIDAY. FEBRUARY2.1907 THE FLORIDA STAN, '" 3.

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* f; Clrlc federation. From the ,
??\. opening
;i: ti.r. :.::;G.5. ; J::., .,Y.. .
$ ( ; ., ..;: series at Cot '.
: :
{ :4ji:f' omhtmbia universi ,Don't'Neglect ,-
"
,s airy It appears .g

that Mallock

'# .;:- :...1 takes Issue with It .
$; ,, Yt. the alleged '
,
;, :- ; '
.;: Marxianiew It is a serious mistake
-V that labor alone ,1
.t.i .
dL : f produces all to neglect a weak heart. It
i? eFe

: ... I It a ;:; wealth. The lecturer is such a short step to -

ri.rT,..7.irti ..}. tt:. :ve'' :' :d.w dissents chronic heart disease. s

t r ,a = L ? LOt i J\X.\ f **yCLPresent also from orthodox the- When you notice irregu-

; \ V aP .
1: F s-K, ; 7:,;. :. : ff '\. a.p. .- \ sjV-, -.:? .*'rri f .\a-.....::':% '"\ vho economists thus lump, larity ing short of action breath, occasion-palpitation }


\ \ r' all forms of human ,

"to of the monster wall and eightyfivefoot effort aslabor. fluttering, pain in

t. / 1- POLITICAL ]1t 1- lake there will be'a low dam with L LEGISLATIVEMessage I ." He asserts chest or difficulty in lyingon

,
a small head of water. the consequent 1' that Man
1 left side heart
creation of Lake Chagres and one lock and the SocIalIsts your .

Baer Urges Repudiation. prdbably 1,100 feet long on the Gatun on Land Received. of todayW. needs help-a strengthening -

; r' In.an open letter to the Pennsylvania foundation. All engineers that Both houses of congress received a H. Mallock.
-i.+ ,agree use the word In tonic. There is no bet-
A
.1-: legislature President George F. Baer there Is foundation for one lock of this long message from President Roose- the sense of manual work and there-

'.f ''''' of the Reading better known throughout sort to Inclose a ,laketslxty-two feet velt urging control''of certain public fore allow no distinction from Intel- ter remedy than Dr. Miles'Heart 4 :

out the/ country as" "Divine Right deep. lands by leasing coal deposits and lectual effort. He tries to show that Cure. Its strength- k -

, j ;>t Baer." on account of" his letter in con Terms of Canal Contract. pastures In order to conserve the national their plan to escape from the wage ening influence is felt almost ,

nection with the Features of the proposed contract for resources. Referring to the system can result only in economic at

1 "', { miners' strike the construction of the Panama canal 2.300cases of public land entries In I slavery citing the preface to the Fabian once."I .

r essays, which declares that the have used 10 bottles of Dr. Miles' "
": if a has again focused were explained to the house commerce four districts mentioned the presidentsays I
Heart Cure and can truthfully say It
socialistic would
. ,t [. public attention committee by Secretary Taft Chair that noncompliance with the law : only truly scheme has '\ abolish all economic distinctions! by I have used. and I have tried
him
s4 : upon man Shonts and General Counsel Rog has been found in over one-half of :
I nearly everything that I know of. The
?
0 for the
, } 3 selfbythisamazr ers. They made It clear that the con- them and deliberate fraud in many providing rendering of equal doctor who attended me asked me
declaration terminable service under one uniform law what I was taking and I told him
:
ing tract Is to be at the
: pleasure cases. He now asserts unqualifiedlythat The Socialist Dr. Miles Heart Cure he said It was
0": r''I assume that of the government at any time "mineral fuels, like the forests leading writers and not going to do me any good but It
those pre-election speakers have promptly taken up the' did. I have not taken(any for a year
;, after one year upon the payment of and navigable streams should be treated .
now. and while there Ik occasionally a
:if c," ; promises while $250,000 as a release of all claims i as public utilities. ,Among the advantages gage of battle by declaring that Mai- slight symptom of the old trouble. It

t' well enough Intended against the government. SecretaryTaft I of the lease system, he says I lock's argument is based!' upon a mis- is not enough for me to continue the
of
use the medicine. If I should get
of their Instance
statement For
?: are subject said that the eight hour law was are the opening of mining opportunities iiosition. worse I would know what to do. Take
reconsideration Editor Wllshire Insists that a Dr. Miles' Heart Cure as I did before.
.t to -
to all work
apply to on the Isthmus to men without large capital as I consider cured of
,: ;; by. men and this was acce-ptecfas final. the small royalty charged could be paid I cursory examination'of socialistic lit my heart t t 1I'ra.ctlcaUY
.k who have a'ssum- erature will show that there b no com- S. H. DL'NNAM. Livingston Texas.Dr. .
out of the earnings and also that it
Federal Press .
r' Censorship.In o plaint against the division the prod- Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by
f' ed official respon would prevent the evils of monopolistic .
I view of the fact that certain pa- net between the Intellectual and the your druggist who will guarantee that
_, r sibility. control, and finally that it would enable I the first bottle will benefit. If it falls 1
He referred to pers had printed verbatim reports of the government to protect the manual laborer. What they do com- he will refund your money.

r. I the proposed law the Thaw trial, President Roosevelt public against discriminating charges plain of he says, is that the man who Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Iud
asked Postmaster General
CortelyouIf "owns the Instruments of production"and
George F. Baer.fixing the rate of could Already he finds that half of the total t
such not be denied the
papers who does not necessarily do
2 cents a mile any-
i area of high grade coals in the west .
use of the malls and a warning was thing at all takes the lion's share of .
for
t _: passenger transportation and.warn- Las passed under private control. lIe
,ed that If this done the railroads sent out to postmasters, but after a tbe product. It Is pointed out that on Soft-
was contends that experience with antitrust The Most Valuable Set Yackl amj
f cabinet discussion It was announcedthat Mallock's plan Mr. Rockefeller's income Building Book ever Pt Uiked.
would retaliate by raising the suburban laws show that we need supervision
no action would be taken unless Is the measure of his Intellect.Mr. .
, '
rates Baer the old state-
I\ repeated but not prohibition of industrial com- RUDDERHOWTO
ment that passenger traffic Is conducted the offense was repeated. binations. Wilshire does not hesitate to say

: ., ,a at a loss and that the two cent ratet New that men with superior minds will always BOOKS
I LEGAL-CRIMINAL Senate Gets Treaty. command for
I a superior price
; would mean bankruptcy. Notwlth Over joco boats have been kilt from the lines
.if..; standing this .delirerence the lower The new treaty with Santo Domingowas their labor even under the Socialist printed in thee books-Successfully sailed fai
transmitted to the senate by the dune and sea-run detail
regime. every upon every
'ii- house Indorsed the two cent fare bill Connecticut Bank Looted.It drawing of aU parts showinz what it is and
substitute for the
president as a pend-
: and the trolley freight bllL was discovered last week that the How to Nationalize Railways. bow to nuke it-Text extremely simple.
ing treaty which failed to receive a
The next day the two cent fare bill savings bank of New Britain. Conn Alfred Russel Wallace, the distinguished HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 '
I two-thirds vote of the senate. The
M fon"Iboat Lor.esxytvliwU.tnme*.H.h A )
was passed by the house unanimously, i
I short British scientist, In 'a leading .
was $380,000 or more followingthe new one Is simpler in form and provides swes.u-' ici.gboatf..a6.7t.i..ratk.baas.sin.HOW
,
180 voting for It. This was the answer article for the January Arena discusses TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
disappearance of its treasurer, Wil- for a continuance of the modus
delivered to President Baer and the I Bne boat for aftmwn mint* or a.ortfaur alert fa
liam F. Walker. Notwithstanding this Vivendi for the collection of the Santo how this nation can best obtain com- loaI.atrr II..bmi.ym infill"li'r..m.Unit,loup sea
other railroad presidents who had signed I plete possession of the railways so as r\g; roll pans.J pictaic*of completed kooia.
the bank withstood and restored Domingo revenues by American agents.
a run
4
the with him. The
letter legislators to confer benefit the HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
: that at confidence. In'the loss was included This treaty was negotiated by the a on community MOM raermM wmrtmt nwhiM mr dcng-rod prtai ,
showed they were Indignant American minister Thomas C. Lawson without doing any real injustice to the ...,. m AMIIC;AM*mud Aottralia. cuy la bulld I fU
". the covert sneer contained In the Baer the securities of the Connecticut Bap- I0WUW.1B.HOW .
appeal tist convention. A police drag net was who is soon to take up a new posi- shareholders His method is founded TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH

thrown out for Walker. tion as minister to Colombia. upon the principle that the unborn can si.ple..d practml(loving bow to cowfnct buaei
;; Massachusetts Asks Revision. have and should have no special,prop- hull for ue sits may Molar bereraj other plana. .
Thaw Trial Delayed.The More Negro Soldiers Testify. HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
A. formal petition signed by Governor erty rights and that the present generation A toe lOa ...... mum* boat. good eabia; .lc....
: Guild and by 222 out of 280 members trial of Harry Thaw for the mur- The senate committee has continuedits shall not continue to be plundered wile; ; suitable Ivr*ha.knr". '".

. wag addressed der of Stanford White was delayed investigation of the Brownsville af HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
of the legislature in order that certain unborn Indivlduals -
: fair additional members of the drrrr InUe sadist boat,with moderate OTvrhaag*sad
last the calling
week Illness and death of
by
to President Roosevelt and congress shall be born rich/ although null Mil pbb. .
urging immediate revision of the tariff the wife of one of the Jurors. It was dismissed battalions. {so far no e\"i he does not deny that the present generation HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
dente has been adduced tending to EaiytotiBiU: rrrrrthinzttraiclit. just the rranfor a bo
feared that this might result In a mistrial reveal ; : ;
indorsing the principle of maximum may properly spend for the to> begin with;call be boat very cheaply,titaer stoop or eat wit
Prior to this the defense had the Identity of a single man engaged .
and minimum schedules and the creation benefit of future generations. HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT
of a permanent tariff commission. I I continued the story of Thaw's wife. In the shooting Former Sergeant AronktooeocripboBof kowtohuUaiBodcI;aJaoEamaailligwoilrli. .

I telling of White effort to poison her Mingo blunders whose long revord >I skid a.d .

p Williams to Vardaman. ,I I mind against Thaw, until the state obJected of service was much talked aboutat I ( LABOR I PRICE $1. EACH

In an Interview Leader Williams of to further repetition of the "tat the time of the dismissal, said that PREPAID ay CXPHCSS aIlYW" 1I1 t

- ,- thehouse minority who is running tie of the Tenderloin" The defense all the guns of his company were found Telegraphers to Get More. Bound in cloth-Cold lettenns;-Size or pg. i

,;, against Governor ardaman of Mississippi had got Into evidence Thaw's peculiar in condition and the ammunition as The Western Union. Telegraph com- 9 by ii inches-Large,ciearly-drawn pUns. #

f for the senate, says: '. love letters welL at Inspection the morning after
to Evelyn to show the un-
.. pany gave notice tin ( in all the principal THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
"The people will require something the trouble. lie told further how the
soundness of his mind. The effort to offices operators would receive t MURMASTREET New TOUR. U.S.AS.d
more than mere anti-nigger utterances Introduce Thaw's queer will bequeathing Twentj'-fifth brought to Fort Brown a
a 10 per cent advance in wages, and, foilat Books
for Catalogue of for
I to convince them that VarUaman is his entire income to his wife,and box of loose cartridge shells which on the next day the Postal Telegraph laetttsman's Ltbraty.

I '" the best man to send to the senate." setting aside a fund of $75,000 for the was placed on the back porch of the company said it would do as well or Ii

'w Compromising Japansss ".u.. care of White's alleged victims also accustomed better by Itt operators.Firemen' i

:" ,Mayor ,Schmitz and the educational showing that he! feared death at the
Schedule Easier.
officials of han Francisco have badeveral hands of his rival was frustrated by and carrying off caps, clothing overshoes

'I 1 > conferences with the presidentand the district attornej cartridge shells and the like The Pennsylvania nilrond has avoided -
,
I which the soldier had discarded This a strike by granting an easier schedule .
; 'members of his cabinet at Washington Two expert alienists.!' Draguer 1111 l

-: and. although the California and Evans, had then been called bj was!' advanced as a basis for the theory of work for its firemen. but without .

of civilians disguising themselves nn increase of wages and similar
were bombanlel w ith telegrams from the defense awl had sworn in reply ass
r ,):Miors to do the shotting. settlement was expected with the trainmen -
to
a long hypothetical containing
question
home urging them not to give way, I
.f the whole of the tint In the court martial of Major Pen- .
they showed a disposition to meet the history cage
Thaw's mind incapable of know rose at Dallas a new ta'k'a taken Save stood the test for over 50 years, {
half his assurance was
president way upon and are still in the lead. Their ab o ate
i that an amendment to the immigration Ing that the shooting of White was when Colonel Glenn hid Police Lieutenant L INDUSTRIAL I II certainty of growth,their uncommonly

j bill excluding Japanese coolies and all wrong. Although this question was Domlugiies; of Brownsville tes- large yields of delicious vegetables and i
beautiful flowers,make them
the most
that the khaki uniforms -
tify police wear
others who have not passports shall be amended somewhat bj Jerome ol- reliable and the most popular every

: enacted by congress. Just how far tbet jections. It wan regarded as a matter : in summer and felt hats similar I Increase of Beet Sugar. I where Sold bv all dealers 1907 ;
to those worn in the army The defense !1 More was produced from the Seed Annual free oa request.
< Californians would recede ou the stroke on the part of Dl'lm3s.1,... in sugar
thus Bought to show that it was \ beet than from the 0. M. FERRY A CO..
this
school question was not made known evidence was the note which Evelyn cine in coup Detroit.Mich.
o'imnen who created the reign of try last "t'lr for the first time. the beet
the
t but It was presumed that education passed to Larry at dinner on night; I

',_ facilities equal to those given to white of the murder telling him that White terror. I output being fjj; _.OOl.OIJ'j ponnd actordiiu '

thildreii would lie provided for the Japanese was presentRailroad Knox Pleads For Smoot.1'llator ; t> the bureau of stitistioj 50 YEARS

j The total amount of sugar consumed EXPERIENCE
Knox of addressed
:p I Fined $3,000. Pennsylvania i
senate ; in this country wa tViuuiAKXiui'
the > Fob II in deft
;; ", Senator Bailey Was Warned. Judge Hay in the fc 'use of the right of Senator moot of pound it n --ost of :J. >KMIOO), Tha't'r.l1l' \. '
: Congressman i:. L. Henry testified court at .\lIoau ned the Delaware o .
I 11 |"'r '.ii>iti fu.isnniptivn was j
tab to a seat in the senate He In-
: committee and Hudson railroad < ',. MI .>n its
before the Texas legislative ui 1 '
'
\(>nty- Ipound-. or half the indi
[ sixtftl that the t mM iusion of Muoot with
I Monday that he told Senator Baileyin confession of failure tl) keep in repair \ultials weight
short of twothirdsote
a
1000 that he Bailey, was workingfor / the automatic car coupling under the I anything? i
." | \\oiiM endanger the exercise of full | Milking Machines Indorsed. TRADE MARKS
employment the safty appliuup law.
the oil trust by accepting
President II. C. Pierce of i[ state rulits: : The testimony he said l j Assistant: Thief Lane of the bureau DESIGNSCOPYR'GHTS
from
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Ice Trust Evidence Gone. :.c.
had shown Smoot l he>
to a truthful
the \\ atera.Pierce company. In spite I wf animal industry In bulletin ><>. 92 Anyone sending s sketch and description may
Attorney General Jackson of New imn. and he could not see how thesanctity : rt'lllIrt\C favorably on the ue of the quickly. ajrerMin oar opinion free whether aa
had elected to believe
of this Bailey invention Is probably pntentable. Communica
In the interest York charged that the exulemv oil of the home was in any wavInvolved j latest milking machines operated by ttrtctlyconfldentlaL Hand book on Patents
working
that Fierce was sent free. Oldest for securinKpatcnta.Patents .
which the procooding* against the agency
Bailey Intermittent<'ti<>n, sttne cows are taken through Mono
of an Independent concern. American Ire company had heeu begun tpfruu notice, without charge, to tterece1yt
Louis to meet Pierceon found to IIPI little restless at first. but
bad come to St of Governor David by his prpilervssor bad been stolen rroiOLOG 1 I soon lot't"IID.rer"u<" '. He says their Scientific Jlm rl an.A
the request from the attorney gi'nonl's officeJackson's I .
K. Francis. During a statement by'W. I general use will result in more and handsomely Htattrated weekly. largest circulation -
request for permission to examine .leant milk of any dentia Terms, 13 a
obr.
A. Cocke who I* conducting the prosecution the i Uv trusts books again was year; Tour months,|U Bold newsdealers.
Capitalism's New Champion.Nxiilisns .
that Bailey had given a note MUNN & CO.3S1BrudwaJ. New York
refused but the court granted an or-
lint serious challenge in
for $..000 to J. D. Suggs. Bailey Jumped der giving access to these Ijook i I \ Habit to be Encouraged Branch Office. CS F St.Washington D.CoKILL

to his feet and called Cocke a liar. the United states by a man wf IlIt..n.II : The mother who liaicrpired the habit

and the two were prevented from comIng Judge Killed by Bomb. I I tion.il st:i!i.bus ns.a jMilitu eeonn of kit.pin.: on hind a botte! of Cliambtr-

to blows by a deputy sh(>riff.I I Robert Cortese, a justice of the I's<:t> mist and critic conns with the lecture ; lain's Cough; Itemedv, aces herself a THE COUGH

J of I'ntt'l..u. \. J., was shockingly and ; tour of \\ II. )lalloc'l who bas been : treat amount of nn.. i"iness" and anxit"tI \ AND CURE THE LUNCSWITH

j mortally wounded in his: office in that I jC-onzha. colds and croup. to winch children .
1 brought;: from England;: by the :National .
I EXECUTIVEPanarra I j city on Jeb > bj the explosion of a are n ce|'tiWe are quickly <-nr -d hvo

; lioniu which had been sent him by ('xI : .\ SIH 'h in Time its ITH It unt'rltcts any tendenev of aI Ors King'sNew
cold to result in pneumonia, and if given
Canal ,Plan Changed. ;. press in the form of a small box in i I will save nine. Si will a bottle of Bal- I i i ai soon us the first mptoms of croup appear -

.tshmcton uenron goat authority the upsuiiig of which the bomb wasexploded i.lard'l Horehound Syrup always kept on it will prevent the attaik Thi Discovery

the giant Gatun dam at Panama The police are following certain I hand save many a spell of si<:knt'8*. .\ \ remedy contain nothing injurious anti

that the clews which offer some hope of sure cure for coughs. colds, bronchitis i mothers tine it to little one with a feti-
by government.
abandoned Price
has been apprehending the sender of the Infernal I and whooping cough. )Ir;. SHot big of perfrtteecuntj. Sold by all drugI -
the collapse of this projeot FOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00
With prints Ark., writ: "I keep a bottleof I and medicine dealers
gists
three machine The reason for the perpetration Free Trial.
I tomes! to an end the plan for Ballard's Horehound fcjnip in my I

1 ...,. locks In flicht. a lidd''rlike ar of the outrage Id supposed to medicine chest and thank m) forethought C.AS-TOR.I.A. .

rantemeitt great for lifting steainsnlps elgh be the activity of Cortese In ferreting I : many time*" It has prevented t 3ekrk the its fiIILL Ym Nat' AMals E LUNG Guaranteed TROUBLES for all THROAT and

and punishing a number of foreign severe spells of sickness." : or MONEY
feet from the channel of the I lout many Bgut snkY T1# BACK.
lyfl\e
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I LA' THE FLORID STAR FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22,1907 ,

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L1 > '::'; THE'FLORIDA STAR BBTXOH. PE-BHA
REAR-ADMIRAL HIGHBORN PRAISES
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Ii .,. <. '" Mr. Horace Bennett is borne." from "
.' Eaund at the: postoffle atTttoirDle asecoadclara Georgians visiting his borne. We are always !

ye i'-,. mail matter."sou .- glad to see Horace.

.,:;.'- S' W"'I', IWltor... P.MUb.... Mr. R A. Bohhitt J left Tuesday fQTi- Peruna Drug Co.,
k'4 Columbus Ohio.
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re, ; s aeville, after a week's visit ,
? PUBLrMHEPFYBBY.FRIDAYKORNING. Gentlemen:-After the use of Peruna for a short period, 1\\
.. and
J. Mr. Manning Griffis daughter
: din now cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy to anyone \
4 y- The Miami Metropolis says that the MiS Minnie, of Titusville,'7re _vi ting I IMr. who Is In need ot an Invigorating tonic, s

tf.t. \<; present 'season will go on record as and Mrs. Jerry Griffie. Mr. Griffis Very respectfully, .

: *the poorest In the history of the Span is one of the first pettlera of Shiloh. v J PHILIP HIGHBORN. | '

/ ish mackerel at Miami. The losses Magruder .v:r .::
; Misses Cornelia Minnie Dyall

? .: :of' the fish companies. -.will be heavy. and Merer HnWrt Maprnder, Coleman

Williams, Itlen Montgomery Chas. Foy l

rg ; 'Dt& county, with 15,000 population and Gen. Elkins, of Oak Hill attendedthe

baa ten. banks. It is time how for that dance at Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Tay-

j ,: .county to follow snit ef the east coast I or's Friday.Mr. .

1- "; : counties' and proceed to form a new Fester Bennett went to Titnsvdle : !Ip :y

; ; ;:.county. A county with so mnrh |iopna! Wednesday and brought }Ir. G L ('ow.er'P ____
: J f'" tion and wealth can well afford to snsx -
launch np to Mr. Comer's home
% : r ,. tain at I least two seta of comity officers.
If : .
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:. \. Mr Leonard Griffis came up from Tins .

.-..: .Secretary Root hag hit on a solution of *Hie Friday and his many friends
were glad to we him in the old home :
,
{ ..'l the Jft lanese problem. It is the excln-

tK: p ", Eta. sion of all Japanese who cannot present again.

: ,e passports from their own government. Mrs. Carol Levan received the news _

This would stop Japanese emigration. I art week of he home burning down in
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i \-. from Hawaii which is the real source of Mull ken, Kentucky. It was a total loss, ______
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: : the influx of coolies,;and nvoid. all off as nothing was saved and there was i>o I

freer; : to Japan. It would be a neat ado insurance on the house. Mrs. Lex an ana I

ja lment of pending difficulties, provided her two eons are in fcbiloh fur the muter.

r : the San Francixcn! politicians will rescind The dance given by Miss Mayme Taylor -

i tWir school discriminations against the !Friday was largely attended and

4 Japanese. much jojed I by all.
/ REaR ADNIAAI HIGHBORN.

l While in Birmingham recently W. Division of Volusia County.

;a -I A. Garrett, first vice-president and (Daytona Gazette-News.) ALL the men and women who have used Pernna and found it beneficial I Pastor Uses Pe-ru-na.

i ic it general manager of the Seaboard Air .' should write testimonials giving the plain facts, we would be overwhelmed 1 ..Rev.P.E.Swanstrom ,Grants-
: r Volusia County Is not the only with certificates.I .
: Line Railroad made the statement burg, "1s., writes;
county in the State that will seek to I But only now and then one who has been benefited Pernna to
by give .
t r that his road would spend $2,000,000 stops any "I feel that it is my duty u well aa a.pleasure
be divided by the next Legislature. public acknowledgement of a cure
to let you know that I am entirely -
or '3QOOOOO In improvements during
f- 1 The north end of Dade County will Various considerations prevent people from writing testimonials for publica cured. I have used Peruna according -
t: the present year, almost all of which
a',., also seek to sunder the bonds that tion. Inordinate modesty, oversensitiveness and business considerations forbid to your personal directions and
,- will be in Georgia and Florida. In I bind it to a section where its Inter- many people from writing testimonials who otherwise would be glad to do so. I am very glad that I found a medicin
L eluded in the Seaboard's plans out
as which would cure me after three
ests suffer and desires to be set off by All Classes Represented. years
lined by Mr. Garrett are the enlarging I of suffering.?
J itself and constituted
r: o the terminal at Savannah, buildinga a new county. Bnt in spite of all these considerations, thousands of people without any olicitation Editor's Recommendation.
The petitions asking for a divisionof whatever do write testimonials for Peruna.
larger yard at Jacksonville Fla., and Fred Armstrong,city editor. ,Dally
Volusia County are being rapidly We receive these from of and low
men high degree degree, from the and
f, t making Tampa, Fla. a port of export army Gazette Delaware,Ohio, writes:
signed and when the campaign com- the navy, from the hall of congress, from the colleges, from high officials in the "It gives
for South American products. me great pleasure to be able
', fj : mittee calls another mass meeting it church from the society belle and the washerwoman, from the military man to recommend Peruna to everybody
ll' i and the civilian.
j i i expects to be in position to give a who is looking for a first-class tonic.
t' As to Homicide We have never put into print but a email per cent of those actually received. Two bottles
gratifying showing ot the work as- completely cured me and

-4 i Apropos the murder trials over which)r complished throughout the county. I Sincere Testimony. now I am enjoying the best of health.",

3 Jones has been in In presenting the testimonial of Admiral Hichborn we appreciate the high
% I a f Judge presiding Tampa Petitions asking for a removal of Congressmen Endorse Pe-ru-na

!t .. the following story of the fate of Day, the county seat are also being circulated rank of our teatlner. Hon.W.E.Andrews, Hastings,Neb.,
lone We feel sure that his testimonial will appeal to others as it does to us, that
: j .' r J of the defendants, clipped from the so that if the county division formerly vice-president of Hastings
nothing but a genuine wish to do others would in such
good ave Impelled a man
: k Tampa Tribune well lesson College and ex-member of the Fifty.
serve as a
may matter fails an election will be called
-" honorable rank to give public testimony to any remedy,however' valuable.
;, fourth Congress,writes:
r >I 0. to those whose temper turns them to to determine whether or not the The Admiral altogether too busy a man to answer letters of inquiry but the "I

,. homicide. Surely, even under provocation county seat shall be removed. reader can rest assured that his testimony is given in his exact words, over his cheerfully recommend the preparation
;:_, it is better to endure than to slay. The latter signature. ,Peruna as a healthful tonic and a
petitions specify no par successful remedy for catarrh in its
,f.' his heart wool: I Genuine Endorsements.
"Crying as though
1 ticular town for the-county seat, but .. various forms."

t ;.f break, Henry W. Day, condemned tours leaves that question open to all the Our testimonials are and always have been given in the exact language of the Author Praises Pc
derer, yesterday, heard the formal sentence testifier, with which we take no liberties whatever in adding to or changing them. -ru-na.
towns. Port Orange New .
Smyrna
; r:: of life imprisonment IJ&lI8..d.| His In the nee of testimonials we have always received them properly signed, in }.I r.Robert E. H anTe,, well-knowa

:; : lamentations could be heard distinctly all I Daytona DeLand and probably .other good faith, have published them in good faith, and if there has arisen a slight author and lecturer, writes from 11 8*
: towns will probably be candidates Lincoln street,Chicago Ill
misunderstanding concerning them, it has been come unavoidable complication :
over the court house and tile snalcrowd I
,
r : for the county capital when an elec. occurring after the testimonial has been furnished us. "I was in good health until about four
i that had gathered in the room to f when
back
years ago became
my lame
tion is called to determine the new
A Letter.
hear the decision of the court looked ou t seat.Daytona's. Captain's and sore. The pains kept increasing;

a t of the windows and any place but at the county Rudolph B. Schwickardi, Capt. 39th N. Y. Vol. Inf., writes from Washing. with severe twitches and slow exhaust

pitiful figure huddled up in a <'chair ht"- New Municipal Officers ton D.C.: > ive aches. Having read of Peruna, I

'. 1/ t 1 '; neath the eye of the stern, yet kindly I "Having the fullest confidence in the efficacy of Pernna, both as a tonic and as decided to try it. I found relief in ten,
faced jurist.. In the recent municipal campaignin a remedy for catarrhal trouble,I commend its use in the strongest possible terms. days. Within three months I was well

Da'ytona the entire ticket of the It should Le in every household. once more. I give all thanks to peruna."
p"The moment was the most dramati

"t.. in a short but highly sensational l trial elected Daytona, as Business folrows Men's: Major League, E. was W. Ask your druggist for free Peruna almanac for 1907A
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f: ; Day whose calm self pos.ess-ion i ne\e:r
t .. Glees, Clerk, A. McF. Porter As-
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deserted him at any time during the day"
r senor, George F. Smith; Collector, organization in St Petersburg :
new -
he immured in < I NIV'r r\'I
a was pn *>n, n"r during I\"r\.V.\WI'VNN
the ordeal of trial and omuiction, lot I W. G. Hobbs; Treasurer, F. T. Peck; is the St. Petersburg Shipbuilding -

1 complete control of himself w l lu the presiding Councilmen, C.1.. Bingham J. D. C. Company, which is seeking incorporation -

magistrate refuM.il him hi- gar Morris F. M. Rowe H. Maxwell Han- with a capital of $25,000.1)earneaS :' !

'" hope for a new trial. kins and W. F. Jibb; School Trustee The Fertilizers

t George W. Ludwig. A total of 274 Cannot V-f Cured Mapes

votes were cast. Dr. E. L. Stewart, By local ai>plicati ; Orange Growers, Attention! diseased portion of the ear, rhea ismilvone
M failing to qualify, his name was way to cure dt-afnfss. and that' i> l,v muotitn
"' An informal meeti: g tars Md las dropped from the official ballot, at tional remedies. ikafncssiscanilbyanin- I
: .week'inTitu\-il.ollldiallliu'ruralice! flamed condition ut the mucous lining of the |
his request. In the race for the Mayoralty .
l eu.tachiantub.. \\1..0 thi>tul o> .foinfttn1t'd
: I growers, and the meeting ago esp+ially E. W. Green received 154: you have a nimblin honnd urinii"'rftit hearing Fifty years'experience throngh three gen
and when it i, tntirrly rlnsid IrMfiH-vsis erations of the
characterized h) the fait that it way mostly votes G. B. ( Mapes family.
; Seaman 109. the resultand 1I1I1ft-lh..ia.n.twmatwlIl-aD betaken j
of the reprtM-iilativeatid wideavval --_. ----- out and thi tiilf n t..rt..1 l tu its iiorunlrondition. We are a household word all over: fair Florida.
I. men of their respective di lrit-I*. Cnreo KIo t Bloat Purifier Freer nine casrs out ot Uu are .-aus"-.' i-v catarrh. year in the state.
., The object of this meeting* to dp If j our blood H impure, thin, .liea.ed, which is nothing hilt an inflani condition of Our goods combine safety reliability and
termine firstly whether there are, or ai e hot or full of humors, if havn Mood the mucous! surlaces | ,
pill We will give Out I lliin I .lre J I>.lldr for anycase profit for the grower.
not, really important atm\i vit.il ieaoi -liolon., i-anct, carl'ltnd! t-uuij <*>ieti
of deafness (cai'Mit by catarrh that
cannot j
F Y' why the of the t't"lltl'! .l s.' HiU. t"C7.ema. itching rising"" urn] No dangerous
producer? I .111 be cured bj list! Caurrh Cure -Mrnd for 1 I compounds.Ask .
l t.1lt111| abhr, pimply skin, lioi>.- tainm. circulars.
world famous
s I., Indian nvtr orangehonlconsolidate : '1 1-al.urli, rheiinnti-m, or allY bi..-.il I or F, J. C'HLNEY & CO.Toledo.O our agents for pamphlets and find the

'. tlem"thtq.tn; an in ain7.i t. .kin. diM". M', take lloian.c: IJIoiMf Halm T.CT-jiold by drnisi-t*. .V. reason why you onght to buy our goods.
y tion and what ll *'uumd* ..iren d (I U.II ill) tiara all sire hell. acllt- and Hairs Family Pills sir the tVeflkh .

r' secondly I its de-ir t.ilitJril'g ;.admitted 1 |I"ill" Mop .Hid the LLAxii.| made "pure
I, ": and n.-b lMu?;::t-or r.>v' -rr \ ,,'....t..... Error E. L.
t to endeavor to anal\. Millky M it,it.ie't -Xj >1' $11 I JUTie Agents ; Brady & Bro., TitusvilleJ.
Irr: hit'm. Simple freer .
in the matter to Hi-

large and ersthn.iamtie i meetinu t' ;:...1,rr i" t>!'|
!t -'. at a near date for the purj-i P"t"- of tiFntuan :: M'ltt,1 tt-tw. ;I" it tin'x after all .I"'t'( t:nl ..
i -- Comparativi itatrniti f.>. temp rninri-8 E. R. Provost, Lotus
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t orgarization of the srowtrs-. and rainfall for the work <>n
There was not a Notice 1W 1'xv
I grower pif-ent aparently '-
:' \ll I'.\TE MX MIN I'X.1:11.: ,J.J !!IIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIJIIII.'w .'\
i who did not home to the meeting concerned take 11..lathat I nil! Feh 11 7t !\.') 61 Sri
I ; willing to admit, at lent, tliatoigaiuzation introdm-e) in the first legi-Ulure a hill I"nio.h .. II 73 Ij.j .4 55 I -
the i-ountr ,'> 'irf of Hre-arrf.tunIS h 11: ".. 51 71 fi? !
might; be dt iraWe, but with ton/' : Flntr,ta. \\'.Mbl| ,JOM' 16 71 -Iii 71 ';11 cniifu-

J speaker arose and nnn>er.td omeofi I I {feprl-ntgt.tr ti.1 4'!' Ia ;,"' I

the ills t,f independent shipping id He'lieiitfit ; .f' i,inn ::hf. I I'tor ," H 74 .tI :.1 ..u f
19. 75 57 7: o'J;
< to he derived fmm.or>:.inir t 10,r", !I Il. T.t -aifU'ilfortl .t m :, |

and was .quiikly siuivwlrd In <>iiei'. Notice I I I I IK>:...rturtrxuilall forthe....k;; ti.nn- tilini s
\ so.nultake 1 'In sOf .
r t.ntisp
that I
E'ach. in his! turn addiiii ti> the sis will
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"- 'tnre rainfall MDW
it'nollt| ,t* ,i hill III the next I leiri'aur i a Jail J-t. HIP!:!!
on the one hand and of bemfii!,.on tie' i tali2 ftie 10allj -I 7:>inches "NUBLACK"Loaded
rhyYer > laws of Flor-
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!t other, or emphasizing the inarkx of i ] si.s tn \ 'mde all that pan "f Mos- Official in Charge

t predecessor, 'On\'il.tion went Imine t., ij'iito ben in I Iv"i in;in Brevard emnty from i
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;<,. tI... of raid
1)I..rali.n Black
| liapter Powder
the mind of every man there, ai.d tli's I starving tn DeathBeian Shells
1 \VVDE II. JONES, I
meeting adjonrneil to come together airain Kepresentative. e her stoma 1rh gas !weakened

in the court house at Titu-\ille, at 2 p ; January 23rd. 1907 I hv nIe!" dniesinz! ;. thathe -.nild not Shoot Strong and
It'at.Irs.:: : ; Evenly,
the26tti, Mary H alters c.f :M ( la.rvt
on Tuesday, 11I'1
I Gilnmho"! 0 wa literally tarring Are Sure Fire
The chairman was ircfnuted to pu i to death, *>he write: "Mv: !-t..in8c'J&1\" ,

Yifh a call for said meeting, giving its ob-l; CASTORIAtot :toO weak from useless dri7j that I cnu:d rt ., _r1 Will Stand Reloading.

ject and, in the name"I of those present, For Infants and Children I not eat, and my nE'r"ef'rt' wrecked
i : that I could not and before I
sleep not
urge upon every orange grower the i importance The Kind You \'fas.t>n to die I induced! &)( &k
t of this movement with the request a j Han Always Bought Electric Bitters np with was the wonderful to try result ,) ;, They Always Get The Game.

<< that he throw his influence into the| Bears the that improvement began at once, .

scale and attend the coming meetingon Slgaatwecf and a complete cure followed. Best Ft g4t. For Sale Everywhere" *" *" ,
t health tonic earth.
50c. Guaranteed
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the 26th. G. F. Eas Chairman.
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-.1.-f DOV- "B 1U1CIDEITt unless be returned the amount borrowed.Mr. The story cornea from South Florida ...

g 'i" ',; and Mrs. Morton were highly con- that a certain orange grower who

nected in New York, lire.Morton being owned a beautiful grove with loads of

f .AAIPABAY HOTEL a great granddaughter of Gen. Philip golden fruit on it had a dream some AVOW .

.t ... Schnylerof Revolutionary war fame and
.; months ago. He had an experiencein
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if :GMn' life Take Their with the nobility of France and Italy. shy of -freezes and this dream told

f:f I Ion-bigIeha1 CeUett'i She is the daughter of Mrs. L C. Schuy- him anoth disastrous freeze was },

> ._ W'!: ler, who is now traveling in Europe, coming and ruination stared him In i.r INTERNAL'WRONGS

4 1'IPAIR' YEILED IN MYSTERY and who was not able to attend her the face. After much thought .,and:,
:-tf daughter's funeral.. Mr. and Mrs. Morton to himself
: worry he concluded save by
had one daughter, Sylvia, now living I
selling his beautiful grove. Just how
i { I Belleied That Financial Embarrassment in New York.. .
he was to proceed was also a matterof

x g r Caused the. Terrible Deed ,Both Mr."and Mrs. Morton were well much thought and perplexity. Now off '
known in this section for
many years
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past some or they
f < A mart sensational and mysterious double years ago other man not a thousand miles from
Banana nver, settling first at Morton-
r- suicide occurred at Tampa last Saturday the first mentioned party, also had a ALVMW
huret, on Banana creek, at a place knownas
-.If., dream, and it was Just the ,contrary
when, clasped in each other's arms the old Heath hammock. Later on
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;,- to the dream of the first party; that If
'a 4 and lying across the bed in a room on the Mr. Morton was superintendent of the
he would buy an orange grove It
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-l ._' KI'Ound.ftool,., .;.- of the, Tampa Bay hotel l, Canaveral club. would be financial/ god-send. As 1'
... The affair has proven a great surpriseto
:. M r. and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, formerly chance would have It, the two men
all the friends of the deceased, as both
- ."?" ,of New York and Jacksonville, ,were seemed of a very cheerful disposition. met and orange culture orange groves

4:' found dead. had taken least and their chances and values were the
They at The affair is a sad ending of alleged sensational
affairs both financial and social. theme of their conversation. This led
140 grains of hydrate of chloraL ,
The bodies arrived in Jacksonville up to buying and selling, and it wasn't
The
Tampa News that
Evening says Monday night and were taken to the residence long ere the man who wanted to sal
M.'ton and his wife had been under
surveillance of the brother of Mrs. Morton, Dr. and the man who desired to buy were

fur two day?, and when they G. de G. Schuyler, 419 East 2nd St., from several

did not appear Saturday morning the detective there the funeral took place Tuesday

t : was called, the panel of their afternoon. Interment was made in Wood- in a trade. But the disaster that the

:- lawn cemetery first named party was led to believe by
i room door was removed, when they were
Morton was six feet three inches tall, his dream would come to pass did oo y
discovered dead.
smooth shaven, dressed handsomely and cur in the late December freeze but

a! :: I" The bodies were fully clothed except was about 40 years of age. The woman the damage done to his fine grove

It : that Morton had taken off his coat andy was a brunette about thirty-fhe years of was only nominal and the result was

; wraps it around himself and wife. She age, and always dressed tastefully and that instead of the fine grove being

wore considerable jewelry. rulnea it was only barely touched by
i : rested upon his left arm while his right Alum :
; <, the icy blasts and the buyer of tha ._. '
'-' r \ arm was over her. Mrs. Morton was Letter to P. J. Hall -
grove realized on the crop of oranges in food causes *. :....::_=s: Svti
dressed in'-white silk and had on white Titusville, Fla. more than he had paid for the grove.It .
1 & I stomach disorders-Its P'
con- _
kid shoes. is needless to remark the
I Dear Sir: The cost of a gallon of paint that beliefin

Their Last Word put on is about $5, no matter what paint dreams by the aforementioned par tinued use means permanent
i
you buy. (t. .
ties Is now differently construed. One ::
, ,In the of the ands 100 Devoe $ 500
handwriting; man, gallons put on injury to health. I --
declares them a delusion and a snare ,
110 next tirade 550
: ? Led by both man and woman, was the
1 following' document: 130 120 "at next nextnext to that co" 650 000 j ( and the otter declares dreams prophetic Following the advice of medical

of fortune.-ocala Star. r::
/'February 15, 1907, 1 a. m. 140 to that" 700 scientists and France have
England i 4
U .... a
L 150 next 750
"What has been done tonight has been State Treasurer Report.
160 II next to that 800 "
done mutual each passed laws prohibiting its use :
by consent holding at The
I 170 next 850 monthly report of lIon. W. V. :
thex>ther not responsible: for failnre 180 at next to that" 900 Knott "t-
State Treasurer filed with theGovernor in bread making. J
? "STEPHAXIS MORTON. IPX next 950 q:1
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shows
balances In the treas- -
'' 200 U next to that" 1000
"GEOKGK W. MORTON" American housewives
210 It next .. 1050; ury to the credit of the several State

A telegram was found addressed to 220 co next to that" 1100 and educational funds at the close of should their house- j

A. J. Barkli, 27'St ybrook Place, Newark, The strongest paint is the one that business January 31, 1907, as follows: protect
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N.: J. written Morton and left takes least gallons, least gallons to buy; holds Alum's
by unsigned : least gallons to paint; and the strongest General revenue fund......$ 82,54015 against wrongs

: It read: paint is the one that wears the longest. One-mill school fund..... 12,01521

,r Stephanie and George Morton died These lessons are useful Pension tax fund.......... 134,08796 by always buying pure Grape

suddenly at the Tampa Bay hotel" 4 Yours truly, State Board of Health fund 5-1,70800 Cream of Tartar Baking
F. W. DEVOE& Co
In addition to this there was a letter, ,
23 New York.P. Principal of school fund '

-f- h in the w m handwriting, giving directions S. Jas. Pritchard L Son sell our paint. (uninvested) ........... 4154 Powder t .

-: > for the sending of the telegram. Interest of Pure Cream of
: school fund.... 34,74417 CJ[ Grape
It said: DeSoto Prisoners
County Escape
t.;. 'Telegraph accident. Bills will all be Principal of seminary fund Tartar Powder is to be had i
Four prisoners made their escape (uninvested) ............ 5698
.1"" paid. Stephanie Morton. from the Jail at Arcadia Friday while Hire of State convicts fund 70.922.5 for the asking-
Morton's waub, trunk checks from
the Sheriff was at supper. The schemewas Indian war claims fund. ... 25,00000
l Jacksonville and other articles were foundin
successfully carried out by J. C. Drainage tax fund......... 4,35057
the room, having been carefully laid
Farrin, white, about 25 years old, 5 Agricultural College fund.. 4,35866 Buy by nameRoyal-
aside. Money necessary for sending the
feet 8 inches tall, light complexion White college Morrill fund 7,59518
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telegram to Barkli had also been placed
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slender build, raised in Cairo, Ill.,; Colored college Morrill
,;: : within reach. A letter, which apparently 9
{' swindled Punta Gorda bank capturedat fund . ... .. . ... 7,93086
ly contained money, wa addressed to
Cincinnati; swindled banks in St. Hatch
Experiment Station
k C. W. Peters, proprietor of the Hillsborocaff
Petersburg and Orlando. The Sheriff . .. t
the dined 1 there fund ....... 4,18800)
woman having on a
allows the prisoners to eat in the corridor Adarfes Experiment Station
number occasions, Arot4ersealed let *
ter wji ad lrifse-l !.' Cashier Redding; of I as food cannot be passed into fund .......... ...... 5,32970

:,. l'1. the Florid N tn-'nal bank at Jacksonville the cells from the outside. Farrin Interest of seminary fund.. 2,16360

k t !. rbese ititwre, not opened bi' ,- procured an iron pump handle madea Blind deaf and dumb incidental -
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The value of from 106
foreign
; the officers. :: hole where the sewer pipe passes fund.. .........%... 120 81 exports ( was $8,223,235 a gam or $1
the port of Fernandina for the 1905.
779.858
year over
,A' Short cf Funds through the brick wall, and escaped Florida Female! College in- _. -

.4 -.: ,: .. with three negroes weld for pettyoffenses. cidental fund.. .. . 2,04671
':: ;; MdriUl a.if,i '.)n> n- "i.u financial en Isaac Cooper, the only whitman Proceeds of college prop- OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

)' baraasmeiH- t d to I*? the dirt,t left was in a cell on the upper erty fund.. ... ... .. .... 8,19931 ?

: cause of etc.f; Mutton appeared floor. A few weeks ago the bloodhounds Experiment Station Inci-

1.K,, at the hotel *" o-, .i' j s Ivfore her hu"- were poisoned and it is now dental fund . . ... 15965
:; baud put in ..ji(>-.tr..t t", contm>r ill from A Boston schoolboy was tall,
believed it was done by the prisoners.The Colored Normal School Con-

sn, Jacksonville. Th.it they ml by appoint Sheriff has offered a reward of tingent fund..... .... ... 3 S3 weak and sickly.
meat is shown !lIy the follow!! telegram, o
:, .
t' 1175. Farrin is badly anted in other University of Florida incidental -
which also fouii'l in lh n*>ni! written
I" 'was States for swindling banks. fund.. ... ......... 126 g His arms were soft and flabby. 0t
ldneil Morton,
J -by her and to care

of the Everett hotel,Jacksonville: Chautauqua at DeFuniak Now Open He didn't have a strong muscle in his
Total .$461,23493
<
: :: "Exprewvl bag; this morning Tiutpa The annual chautauqua at De entire body.

,. r Bay hotel. Mate name if coming Q i-.- Funiak Springs will open on Wash Notice t t

f'z na." ington's Birthday February 22d, and Titusville, Fla., Jan. 16th, 1907 The who had attended
;t Upon arming at the hotel M.)rton r,-g- will continue until March 30th. Amongthe I will be at the following places for the % physician

.... ; istered under the name of Price. Hew as Saturday attraction arc: Hon. purpose of assessing the taxes for 1907 the family for thirty years prescribedScott's C.t. .
later seen coining from the IIItllUa"8' I would take it as a great favor if all would
;I. Charles H. Laney, Pro essor Charles .) Emulsion.
meet at the the
me designated places! at
Iranied Lane, Governor N. l'. Broward, Hon. time named promptly as it will enable o 90

Lou J. Beauchamp, one of the best me to complete my work earlier and more -
NOW 4*
and wife, noth\pg was said about the rorre<"tl v. :
men ever seen here at any time by -
}:., matter. Finally they began occupying W. H. II ILL, Tax Assessor o
A the way a gorgeous "Mother Goose"entertainment City Point, Saturday, Feb. 2Urd, atArteM 1O
1 admitting that they were tOt
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the same room, To feel that by's "
:: under:: direction of pll-tit ti Ct'. arm you

married. Several dataefre Morton re Alice May Maglj; 'Sunshine" Hawks: Tuesday, March oth, at I'Q-t. I would think he was apprenticed to a '
quested the hotel 1 m-uiaiseinent fur a l h>at office.

of SJO: but was infoinieil l that tie nqnet-l and Senator James Broom Louis ("amn-ral, Wedne-day, Man.h flit, at jtQ blacksmith. ;f"
Spencer Daniel, Cyclone Southers, i"etotlire.Nathan. ;
,... could not be f ranted mil--* lie pr."t..l Marcii :
and "Ellwood Thursday morning, 7th, t g r.lLt r.
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,; He went tll his ALL c '
proper redentiaN men at J"lllIflke. DRUGCiS r.r.AND $1.00. "'to'oOOOOO

retun-ed will I ortifinl tlutk IIui'iHiT Friilar morning March) Sth (,
a : ,
rjomand The DcLanJ Supp<'nu':it &a: s that .
y. rt ii.-U'uti.m f.r at T Crook's .-. .
k or daft MII a Niw strawberries are now plentiful in that <:
Minis. Monday morning, :\lan'h llth
lie
and w sB i\\"" f-<>-"" tM*
that
$1,000> town they are unusually large at |IK MouiceLiGrange. ---- -

later The Ktnrr Dlaml..mt"r"$10 more tort no tinw. in mvetisratimr and cents sweet a quart., and that they sell for CO: er "hop. Tuesday, March 1.1th: Gop- EAST COAST MEAT MARKET it!i BOBBINS

Titusville Wt'lin1Olla\, Marco 14th I
"f the check or draft,
the validity G. F.DUREN,Agent, ,
Such firm in existrn'e The Breath of Life -- &
and 1 learned there wag no GRAHAtI
the one halllt'tiIa'a r Lauber It's a significant fact that the strongest t ENNIS & FORT I
as animal of if! size, tie gorilla, aIM has the .. GO.,
with Florida and
then threatened Morton arrt.stA largest lungs. Powerful lungs means I .
powerful creatures How to keep the BlacksmittiiDgaod Repair Work (Incorporated Paid ip Capita |25W-i

k. Baby breathing organs right s-honld be man's -- Western i This company owns lands ,

should be sunshine in the house and will cliiefe studv. Like thousands! of others, .. in the Indian River ('.oDD-
it White's Cream \ ermifuee Mrs Ora A Stephens, of Port Williams, try,on the St. Lncie River,
bl- if the you heat give worm medicine offered to 0., has learned how to do this She TITUSVILLE, FLA. Heats at"New River, and on Biscayne t

humanity. This fixture is becoming writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King's Bay.
4 suffering fixture of alhouseholds. Xew Discovery cured me of what my Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeing
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIM*:
the permanent t specialty. Work from any part of Indian :}.
A mother with children friends thought: consumption 0, it'n" River or anywhere in the county will receive of all )Kinds, Send landlist. !
mt along without bottle of White'stCream grand for throat and lung troubles. our careful attention. We stand the freight
jset
Sold by dnaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy.Price and to satisfac OFFICES .
: .VermifujW in the house. one way guarantee give you
. \ Tted43ro *p WtflUyi 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. tion. Send us your work. TITDSVILLE, FLORID TITCSVILLE AND MIAMI.


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*r> ? .r-rf THE FLORIDA :'ST AR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1907


? : :: '- According to a dispatch to the Sa- nder heavier offerings.. -They sell I

"HUMS OF NEWS
Hannah 'News from Macon, Jefferson' from $5 to $8.50. with some real fancy

iirowne, ,ot. Key West, doing business selling up to $9. I

!t .' IH'PAIR'FLORIDA g u a cotton broker, under the name of "Florida cauliflower is ,in liberal 'le- I I

-Yin bhip & Co, has filed suit in the celpt. It sells from $2 to $3. <

;: mted States Court in Macon for the "Tomatoes are held up to $3 and -
\ Hat )(Bang Done TowaMs' the Delelopmtnt j f
p ecovery of $5,150: against fczie Bash- U.5O. when fancy, but much'stuff arriving ;1

; .. of .the'Pealnsnla v> jiski, of Dublin, surviving partner ofJennett is common and(sells below .

-'," The Atlantic Coastline' will build & Co. The amount claimed: J* these figurep. Hx*$* w'* .r;: .j

H?: ., a. ,,new freight. depot at Lakeland. only a portion of money,lost In buying '"Florida strawberries are in plentiful Successful Farmers 1 ;

x ., .. ;',:. The, Postal Telegraph Company- b.. through the New Orleans, Cotton Ex- supply and the limited demand is a use .y f }At

now doing business.in Lakeland and .;hange In 1904. The Dublin concern readily supplied. Prices range from fd 'u a i

,' Tampa. i ,ost over $6,000 on a single trade, inolviag 2 5c to 50c."Eggplants. h if
POTASHThere Vf Pl
St. Petersburg on the West Coast I over 1,000 bales of cotton, ac- when fancy, sell well. .

reports the arrival of many ,winter ;ording to the accounts In suit. This quality scarce. Quotations are YI
held at $3 to 'S."
: visitors., The waves on the shore recently is nothing d Mibtful or indefinite about % '

'; .: The Chamber of Commerce of Tam- cast up a most interesting message Itching Pile !1 the results of u=;n; Potash: fertilizer in the soil /

t pa will soon erect a fine building In from the deep in the shape of a bottle If you'are acqnair:U>d with anyone who for truck crops. 1:?very round of Potash added, o f-

that ,city. uiat was found a few days ago. Tightly is troubled with this distressing ailment returns imnif.J! if; \\'i;'t in vegetables. It is

: The Dade County Fair will be held corked, it contained a paper, on which yon can do him no greater favor than in nature's law, and sure ai the sun.
could be de- it'll him to try Chamberlain's salve. It :
writing scarcely
In : 13 14 the fnrnM "Trrck Farming." It has much \
Miami on March 12. and ; gives; instant relief. Price 25 cents per Every farmer r-ve
inclusive. ciphered. It said: "To Whomsoever *>x. Sold by all druggists and medicine interesting information aVj.it fertilization.: We send it free

U This Message May Come: Greeting ealrrs. r-rruv: : t KALI WORKS
: r The store of H., P. Davis, at Glen ___________ BolWIn
Be it known, that the bark Anderson, New Y,rlc-9J NasSau Street or Atlanta. Q.-I224 Cwdter
,. St. Mary, was destroyed by fire last An Appeal. '
bound from Norway to Brazil, has lost \:! X f.
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lav Wednesday. To the People of Florida:
:"l'
her rudder and is drifting at the mercv
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The Atlantic Coast Line depot at of wind and tide. To those who maybe On behalf of the Jamestown Commission -

e' 7'. Cleveland, near Punta Gorda, has so ,inclined, pray that the mercy of we submit to you that we Florida East Coast

:c.. been burned to the ground. he'Great Creator may will it that; we are without funds; that we must rely Railway F

Announcement is made that the may again see shore once more." upon the spontaneous response of the Local Tune Card No. & In Effect January 9, 19C1.

r .. Seaboard Air Line shops at Fernan- There was no date, and it may simply people; that Florida should be among .

e dina are to ,e greatly enlarged.The have been a canard dropped overboard the bright galaxy of the Southern SOUTHBOUND-READ. DOWN. N01THBOUND-CEAD- -' UP. 'f
No. 99'So.I: o. 29So. 23 .
74 o.2HN
:So'n. tl8
building fund for the proposedY. by someone in passing.-Palm States that will shine in the national Daily U Daily Daily Dan,. I STATIONS nail Daily|Dally U-ilj-o.
Beach News. sisterhood at Jamestown. B K A -JL-t-A-Uli 1J
M. C. A. In Jacksonville
branch 32ift 4 SOPH, 9 20AW 8 UOAM Lv........_Jac/sonvllle--.-;..Ar 7 :fret; 7 4 7 7U'83C i/
now is close to the $100,000 mark. That the time is short within which 4 sev! 9 2fW_? -South Jacksonville..._.- 7 2Rw7: 3'IJI...
I Mr. J. T. Stewart, who is in chargef 9 3lva 5 40PI 10 40AW 9 .1" _...Sr. Augustine. 6 Y pw 6 6 3tJAI& 7 3uul
". An effort Is being made by the residents the two corps of surveyors now in anything may be accomplished; that 6 18 Hi 11 ISAM_ _Hastings_ b sett__. 6 4AII: ._
we must call upon you for volunteersto 101&11 $ 3iPMJ U 35AM1, 9 50IJI Lv_East Falatka_Lv 52'3 b 5 2Aa 62S.u1
t of Arcadia to raise sufficient the field making surveys of the Ever 10 4.iPII 7 OOPMT12 00 N! 10 IMM'Ar_ Palatka.._.Lv t "JPIII; 4 5; rouC6-00"r
come up and help in this crisis; 9 5ope 4 55PMi 11 loW 9 gAM Lr__ :
install Palatka Ar Ot bow
,money: to a complete sewer glades for the Government, started { : 7 : _610*
.1 that we estimate $50,000 would enable ...-- 7 b' 12 5.pv --IAN_Fan Matf"O.n.L. TO'>"': __._ ... _
system. out on his second hip for the Everglades XAI 1 7 S5'u1 76L 7AIl.n.n 7l:)ur .
this Florida to have representation at = 7 WWj 12 Zftl; Lv_Bunnells_ _.Lv 4 2sii ... a.-=
Hon. Herbert A. Ford, a prominent t morning having Just returned .. t
this great Exposition; that twice this 7 42PMJ 12 30PK__ ".. ., .,fJuponL. "' 4 lice_..._ 42IP.....__
resident of Ocala, died at his home in from a trip to Bill Brown'splace. .- 8 23*_ J 1110Ar! "_Orniond Hote --." .__...__..\ 4 21 ____ .. __
amount is needed to make the State 11 4A1 8 33 12 S7PM| 11 sour "-OrmDarton -." 3 4JPI1 4 ie3 4W: it o.-
.. ,that city,last Saturday morning; aged He says that he is surprised show to her 115tPII 8 46PM 1 OS*; 11 '_ _.. 32'.Ai 4 o771r 3 3.AH 4 5 a
best advantage; that 8M 1 18PK_ I"'I"+ "
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PortOrange.__ 3 17K_ I 32u ..
t 57 years. J I to find the country so open, and that Florida can doubtless make a better I 1.:1: 20Aa 9 20F1 3HPMj 11 .VfM AT:---New Smyrna....._... : 0 AM: 4 SN1021Aa

Vegetable shipments, composed thus far he has found little obstruction. 4747y __ Ar_ Lake Helen __ 3':Tl: 1
showing on less expense than perhapsany 1039A11 4 znv __Orange City __.IPIIgr 1:f*.. _r_ ;
} principally of tomatoes and beans, are The two corps of surveyors are other State in the Union. There- lO 4 AM _.J 4 40'a ... _Orange. City June ( I 10 f._..___
it now being made from the lower partof taking the levels along th *sawgrass lZ &JAM 14871 120.-JPII Lv_: 5myrna.-AI' 2 4: E Zp13 Y liI'AIt 4 n.il
ore, we make this appeal to every -- 9 C75 218va __.I'''_Oak Bill_Lr 2187At;_.._ 4 2 2-AZ._
'" Dade County. surrounding Lake Okeechobee and Mr patriotic citizen of the State who sees _13_ ':'I' 10...at71( 2 5ra8t.2..2fJh At__TitaRflle. =-L" 1 4:"'!-gW. I < Ut 3 fur
l Stewart is contemplating going down 10.JAM la WAIl fJ 50vM 6 5t ti dr..."..._ uaf rd __ ......Lv 11.55AM,_..... o x..._ ..._ .
If A new postoffice called Redlands this article. 6 3 _. I
::::-:-:: j a y>**, : ::$IL\-_Sanford _Ar 511io1t I5l-""' 1 0 b Aa _IJ_avid '
,e f has been established five miles from Shark or some of the other rivers "We ask you to form committeeof I si 10 3c'e 2 5.4W 12 1.v_......_Tltvusflie_..Ar 14 ss 2 3Afj 1 4.: 3 HAM
a
4 leading into the Gulf, and also expects _._ 11'21.* 3 ?lP11_. !I"---Coco_Ls 11 PV'........_.I 1 COM _.._
'. Homestead station, on the Florida your own and get in touch with 2 tRe It 2---i 3 3133,, :>M" _Kncktalce_ 106ar! 20-'f> 12 r..AIiI .3AII
is to take a straight shoot aCross ..... .... 12 Opt) 4 OTW121UM __ ._Eau Gallic __ "' 1137p1r.-..._ 12 eW _
f East Coast Railway extension, in some one of this commission. Do not l .. ....- : 4 1IPM_I"' ._._Me!bourn*_ "' 1T.I:_.. 11tol'-...__
\. Dade the Everglades from Bill BroWn'sdirectly ,-. .- 12 a3-el 4 Soil bastl.n._ 114iu .. ._ 11 r. .__ .
County. east striking the east coastat wait for us to reach you personally, _... .. 1 45arr: 5 Cw'' ..._._ ._.St. Lncic_ 1100ar...-...-..... 10 3Ple.S::?2..__
i I 7uua: 2 0fIAM' 6 o-ra' 3 S2'a': tI ._.._fort "
The German cruiser which but we ask every man, woman and l'lerce 10 S-"JJJ( 12 I' 10 3t5 UVAII:)
Bremen
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or near Deerfield which is about \ ?If. Tjbbttll 10 :"I_.J 9 5IiPIr_._
was in .Pensacola harbor last week child in Florida to get to work. 2 TO6 S Vv. : E fifty miles across the 'glades from ::=:::: 2 3AM1 6S1PN.== : ..__._Jen en=== :: 10 IIAr.=.-=. 94Af.==
is now a visitor in Tampa Bay. From If you feel a pride in jour own --..- 2 .ar IJI 6 41PM __. _._!',sari .__ 10 0'Ar.' ,....._I 9 311.._
Bill Brown's store-Fort Mjers Press. State ... ...... 3 HAM, 7OOtA_.._ .._.......n..t.e1'nnn....._.... 9 ..OAM...___.... 9IlPII._
Tampa the vessel will,go to Jacksonville IfOU wish to have her represented .. .. ... 33=JAM 7 7 probably at this great 6QTMK 4 10AM 81m b vet .\r.._';eat 1'alm Beach_..... 8 5 AM I03.AM 8 lee ?IU 41f1t
time this Exposition
some week. t
New York Quotations. g1to = I:AM 4 4-,AM 8 2UPM 5 Yrtt .. "..._....I'alm lleftrD......_._. 83>A r 10:!flAIl; 805W 10 25pr
Rt. work now and send us subscription 6 stir 5 OOw8 S.OM & 3.V*" ..._.Wt..t Bt'aeb.1' 8 1. AN 10 OUAM74SAM 7 ,
i Rev. William. Crane Gray D. D, The New York Packer gives the following your ..... 5 ..AM538AM 90ye--, ......_.BoyOloD_.........LT > '. 7i to''plIu w. 0fJPII
-. Bishop of the Missionary Jurisdiction and ask for a subscriptionlist -.- 9 IVr__ ._..,_P Iray_.. 7 B8IJI._'''_--_ 7 air ... ._-
r: quotations on Florida produce for in .-- 6 &J: 10 OUU_ _Fort Lauderdale...,.. 6 SOAIi_ 6 0CAr__
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'of Southern Florida is mourning the under date of Saturday last doing soOU will place 6 4"u4) 10 10PK.._.._ __..lMulm _" 64.w1 611a14tf.-,.....,
: 6Sira1021w _.... ,_ .._. "
yourself on the honor roll and will .Jfalland..le-- 630AIII__ S4rlPv I _
death of his sister, Mrs. MagofBn who "Florida oranges, while in lighter -.- 7 19.M. 10 Km__, _. Lermn City ._ 6 UlAIL-._ b 19PW_
a died at the home her help to lighten the burden which rests 83\Ju 7 :Vluf; 10 & 7 2T.PM.r _.__)tiaml__Lv 6 WAIl! 813u1; b lhI8
of
son-In-law, receipt this week were plentiful -...-- 8 OOAM: -.. ..:-. Lv:......_} __.:\ __ :......' S o..PM\__h.PM(
State Attorney John Jones, at Orlando upon us all. Unless there shall be ....... .. II) 3O.\Mj_ _'- .....-..., teadLv _. .__m L.'n m.._. 12__ JII____
enough to supply the demand so heav-

1'. on Thursday evening last. ily curtailed by the snow storm.; It subscribed this: call, then as much the commission as $25,000 under feels Condensed Schedules Between Jacksonville ad St AUfUstiDe.

't- J. H. Walker of Basinger wh
was nearly impossible to make deliveries -
deals in it is not justified in pursuing the matter No. 23'>o. 29>o. *7'O.' 43SO. 31 o. 31'xo. .lb
t. fore and hides of all kinds, in town and to ship stuff out of :; 331'io. "So. 931X-
any further and will so report to A I B I B A I b B '
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brought up from that place this week town, so that the buying was mostly L _Dally Dally : ,iy
f' the Legislature at its meeting in Dally Dally ally Daily ; L K;:.I1.X.-S.J) Dally Dally Dally ilL Ku.
%,%00 coon skins and 300 otter skins, for urgent needs. For: fancy fruit April. All Lr Jacksonville.. 8UUAMT 9 2UAM11 lOAjc i :SOPM(; 3 W a 4-im 4 20W 820PiTT30P: 11i S ***
who desire to subscribe A r!-\I1InNln ... 90r Ml 10 inut. 12: lOP* 2 *" 4 1VM! 4 4VM1 1)jI JRI 9
the whole haVing a market value of gOOd prices have been maintained I 2 w* t TTWT 10 41**

1 about 4000. Most of these were se The general range Is from $2 to $1.1 will please notify Mrs. K. L. Eagan, \0.28\o.9as' : ::fO.8z.N: A32\0,441! A3 >.. 30>.. !0.>.. 74
V vice-president of the B B I'J'f B 3 A B
: commission at lx Dally j Dally B A
f cured by hunters in the Everglades with unsound lots selling down to l. No. 216 West Forsjth Street. Jacksonville ._ __ Daily. Daily P!Hy. ..zi.' :.S.;'- Daily: ;Jx. 3u Dally Dan I Daily.
around Lake > .-Kissim- "At Monday's auction 800 boxes sold I.V' '.t1l1ttJ.. tlne_ 6 30i* 7 SHAM 7iv 8 Sow 10 lOAM;' 11 mu1, 11 40Ut 6 I 6 2urm 640FVN
; Fla., so that a record may be :rJ'.k-onIII.... 7 4'" 8 3QAIII 8 nUl Slouch 10... 12 30PW 12 4O'715',1 7 3aa 74flj
+c. mee Gazette. at a range of from 95c to $4.50. Tuesday -
kept of the amounts subscribed. Respectfully <>TE A-Trains composed exclJbirelv .>Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra seat fare will lie
f f Shipments of cigars from Tampa there were some small lots solI .I!arred.
J NOTE B-Day roaches operated on these trains on which :
no extra
teat tare I
: for the week ending February 2d were at a range of from 95c; to $ .50. Tues- Thomas J. I... Trains do not stop at--tatl jns at which time U not shown. charged.
Brown I L aily
i- 6,245,000. Previously reported ship- day there were some small lots soil except, Sunday.

.. ments for the at auction, the range being from $1.50to President.Mrs. 1! II.ily- I 3-J 21 I 20<< I
present I
} year were 17, in.iay nn.Uy > I9 L'!%
Katherine L. Eagan.VicePresident., Daily tl ,. I M \n ORT BRA.(CHsi !;und.y
875,000. Total shipments from Jan $2.70. _,_?? Only (I-Vnjy 6 Dait7 I!_Only : aIIy

uary 1st to February 2d were 24,120,. "Wednesday some 800 boxes or Edwin fi IfNI ;" der' loiMiiv: ........... Jacksonville.........>..Ar : -:7JJAM: ::--\ 11 4'N_551w .
Brobston. Treasurer. s'4.11 8 y 1AM 2 fisn 10 run i.v.Sv.! Jacksonville..._.Ar
000. Total shipments for the corresponding Florida oranges sold at auction. The George ; :f.rw s rcuM 2 *MH 10 WAIl.I.\_....._. Pablo Leach.._____Ar 72.IM 65/JAII: 12 123-JPM Oq\; 52JP 4 5CPM*
lines Riggin, r.y ft W v 2I:>P. 10 rot.. I,v............\i Inn tic Beach..._. ....._.'_' 6 45AM; U 55 '
period of last year were 19,. offering were small and the quay] Florida State Commissioner. '; moo v l>a.r 1rtP! U IOu. :Ar ..... Marport".............Ar....._......_ 6 Sea: 11 40AM** 4 4 ;4 90PNKXSSILAB (;pw
. : 350,000. The Increase in shipments ity of fruit showed such a wide range

' for this year, up to February 2d, was that prices ran very irregular. Rus- Won't Put fin : AND OCCIDENTAL STEiMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MI4MI.

4,770,000. sets sold from $2 up to $2.90. Brights "'iJ] tomorrow what you rondo todav
(If Close Connection Made at Miami wi'h Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S.
from
are gnnVnnjr Company.
Principally sold at $1.45 to 230. Crape.ruit soil jon a torpid liver o r
through the efforts of l'Ontiloatioll'! don't Havana
West
\\aituiitil
tomorrow Key and Nassau Bahamas.
$1.53;
Colonel T. J. L. Brown, of Tampa the to $3.80. Tangerines sold at to get help. ,
$1.C5 to $1.80. Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No
Transfers.
next convention of the Wholesale and nnya tattle of Herhine and get that .

Retail Cigar Dealers' Association "The vegetable trade was terribly liver working ridit Promptnr-o slant 1 :u. a-Time- Tabl<>- how the tlme'-It wh'ch trains be
of may eXI't't't.-J to arrive and
health .
the United States will be held in the hampered by the blizzard. With ship- fJiv ham races, Point many, Tex Qick,ppeils.writes:Uln'.I.11\"I o,=ef ,.".,"r '; i I:11."..\..m.r.II"II..nhut 1'1'l ,to. lie beld. their rt pouaibie arrival for deiarture any delays at or the any consequence Ume tated*is arking not guaranteed therefrom.depart

city of Tampa during the Isthmian ments of Florida stuff very light and lIt>rhil1P in my family RT six year, and ------ --

- Canal Exposition, next winter. Washington much of this limited quantity coming find it ilot-s all it claims to d.1 ) For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

- and San Francisco were in the- frozen, prices would have been materially sold\ by Ie-:aI I inns-P6armMcy.QS39'i'ORI1'L.- "SEE TilE TICKET AGENT."

advanced had there been J. D. KAHNER. Asst. Cien'l Pa It field for the convention, but withdrew even ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

'J. in favor of Tampa. a normal demand. As it was, buyer Bean tie Kind YiJHaflAwajS_ |' 1J'J.Sigu&ture

Monday, Mr and Mrs. Fleutje, tour- were so scarce that prices wen ct: /

.: ists, came down from Palm :hanged but very little. ef .
Beach inm OF SEA ROUTES.ierchants :
QUEEN
, automobile. After spending a few "Tuesday and Wednesday considerable -
stuff arrived in
hours in Miami, they started on the frozen condi

return trip to Palm Beach. The)' lion and was turned down for freight Chamberlain's

crossed the river at Fort Lauderdalin charges.

safety but when the auto left the "Florida celery began to arrive last & Miners Trans. Co's
week. Some of this sock shows
.., t flat on which it had crossed it coul up

not ascend the river bank, and rolle d well. Quotations show a range ot

4 backward into fifteen feet of water from $1.50 to $3.50. STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
"Lettuce shows ord'inary
Mrs. Fletuje was in the automobile, quality
but was not harmed. beyond a wet mostly. Some lots sold up to $5, but --- -

{ t i ?-Miami news.. most sales are made from $2.50 to $-1.
.
i.I' f "Florida beans eased off somewhat SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.Direct

A, Martin H. Sullivan, a lumber dealer ---- .

of Pensacola who was an intimat lr;ten from the Mountain
Connections for-
.I friend and associate of P. F. Ewing Ballard' Snow Liniment is praised for

of New Orleans, who recently expire, the gool it does. A sure care for rhei

.. has been bequeathed a large sum o f madam Grand and all pains.!. Wright W Lovns Cough Remedy Washington New York and Boston.
\ Junction, Colo., writes "I
money by his former friend. Mr. Su The
used Ballanl'sSnow Liniment, last winter Children's Favorite

i' livan and A. G. Phelps, of New Orleans for rheumatism and ran recommend --CURES Through tickets on sale at principal
[joints.
it as the best liniment Coughs, Colds, Croup and
are named as executors of the on the market. J Accommodations and
estate, and alter thought at the time I was taken down Whooping Cough. cuisine utiMirpa! sed.
bequeathing larg with this trouble that it would be a wee k This r remedy famou, for its carne over SEND FOR BOOKLET.
-I> sums to relatives, the deceased willed before I conld pet about, baton applym st slarga part of the rirUiz Hl world. It can

.' the remainder to the executors. It i s your liniment several times during the! opium alwm/t or be other depended harmful vpnn.drug It and contain may no tiTen H. C.YEUr Com'I
.. stated that Mr. Sullivan's night, I was about in 43 "hoar and we!1 ( as oonfldentlj to a baby aa to an adult Agent, Jacksonville.
.. amount to about $175,000 share will in three days." Sold by lied Cross First. Price 25 eta; Large Size, 5O eta I J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.M., W. P. TURNER. P. T. _.,

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-FIGHT. ".,.WITH'.A."KI .LER.?. Leesburger Grateful. I I P. .
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'.,:. ; BEST FOR THEBOWELS At a large ,and well-attended meet
.: TkrWlnfl, FUh Story M Told Vy the
''' lug of"the Board of Trade of Leesburgon I
: iit Miami Record? : \ Wednesday In the operabouse, the

,-'J\;; : ptatn'' Thompson, with, his: enl ., following resolutions were unanimously CASf ltll

-:: p.- Dallas, tried fishing on. theL. If ywi kcvrat a mvlar.feMltfcy no**,.B Keeproozjow "t of thoirtttOTMydar.Toa'raUlorwUlb passed:

x ..... ''.reef.from........ ........ a small power dory They -TioUot U=.14 u4U or pill veil.oUom.roTC.U dtatcront..in tk..hape ThMtootBMt of. "Whereas 'Hon. S. M Sparkman:
P .,.Mint,most perfect ef k .pla Florida. has
rtrenvftachored ',over- a good .drop on way for the First District of. ,
it4 : the.. bov.k etow..clean U to tak.DANDY For Infants and-Children
i' .e. ':"reef.and. ..... having good luck catch.ppers :' recently secured an+approprlatlon of

i'--'; --iiG?> .. porgies groupers, run- CATHARTIC.. fl5,000 from Congress for the Improve-

, ; :: J -iI5:il:etc, when tar out on the edge-of>'1 ment of navigation on the Oklawaha' :ii The Kind You 'Have

: 4 Gulf stream Captain Thompsonaw River from Its mouth to Leesburg and

a huge monster of, Tome kind placed the project for Improvementupon -

"'::3;" "iir' eeme partially out of the water. a permanent basis for the future Always Bought

. i.. : A1wa18 eager ,for adventure, they ; and"Whereas JCV Ce table Preparation Cx Asuia- .

:y e3 *got up anchor and turned thelaunch the Improvement of the slm atlt>g -
Bears theSignature
towards the place the strange fish EAT 0I LIKE 4ADYPlMMot. upper Oklawaha especially is greatly

:: : & was seen While running towards the Palatable Potent. Tut 6oo4 Do needed on account of the Interferenceto
Good Hw 8U*...Wcakcm. or9rtJleC 1.d'and
'- '':: spot, Captain, Thompson rigged' his M MaU for fo Mm U.and book. navigation by numerous snags, Al V
.. is .:::. _._ .
ftharpoon., .cleared his lines and had floating islands short bends In the: .
1I rIII-.r-. =-. ,CMOS*W NOT YW*. remotes gc iosCItcrM- jww
f everything In readiness for. quick ae* river, shoals, etc.; and .
KEEP YNR ILtM CLEANSCIENTIFIC ness and RestQoablns neither,
! & tioa. {'Suddenly a black object came ""Whereas Many citizens of Lake Jwum.Morptiine nor Mineral 0NOTNADCOTIC f.

FS; ",,' to the 'surface., a quarter of-&' mile County have In past years made '

/ a away, and a spout of water shot into strenuous efforts to secure appropriations

f.l lr"".' the air. .'This at once told that the for the improvement of the river

' .: fJNmonster'. they were chasing was some I I and failed; and I ';aaraibswguMRrJarl .
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ray; sort of whale. The dory was guided "Whereas The improvement of the

f at '.. in the direction the whale was going Eel! Spawn at Sea. Oklawaha to Leesburg will give water In

f1 t and shortly the dory was seen tcf bet The fact that biologists have been allat transportation for both ''Imports and ,

: a::", lessening the-distance very-fast. The sea about the whereabouts of the ,exports to a large and prosperous section .

f. :'i: whale could be followed by the Iain-" eel family's breeding comes to light of country adjoining Lakes Griffin Taoar
trough the announcement that Danish rr : Use
k. lug of ita huge tail on the water every" mtrhie scientists have Just. completed Harris, Eustis and Doda; therefore -

time it came close to the SUrf c- "* investigatIons showing that the eels'of be it Aperfeet: Remedy forConstiparion. -
StomacruDiarrtoea.
When the dory was wl hin'somefifty Europe spawn'at a depth of 3,300 feet "Resolved by the Board of Trade .Sour

v yards of the whale the noiie o:ef In the Atlantic ocean to the southwest. and citizens of Leesburg That we Worms and jConvulsions.Foerishoess LOSS OF SLEEB For 0 V e r
According to the cabled account, from
the engine attracted its notice, and most,sincerely appreciate the success- -
it changed .its* course very suddenly Innumerable eggs there appear tiny ful efforts of Congressman Sparkmanin yac3 i4natnre of44Z
larvae called leptocephali. which are '
and darted across the bow of the boat, securing this needed appropriation Years
transparent Jelly-like and flat, having Thirty r
about twenty feet away. This was something of the contour of a tailless and that .we extend our most hearty NEW YORK.

just... what Captain Thompson wanted herring. It Is not known how long the thanks and gratitude for accomplishing -

_ Y and with all his strength he buried eggs take to develop the leptocephali a work that will result in so greata %

J :. 'his harpoon deep into tha side of the but the latter occupy six months In benefit to the people of Leesburg 'k!
I "kmer." transition to the familiar elvers, which Lake CASTORIASEAB i.
for such it was seen to be by and County
about inches long. The elvers
twq
are
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the white spot on its head and the
then migrate In countless swarms to For Over Sixty Tear. t7fAcf coprurwaarPCi.

white ring about its neck. the shores of western Europe, travelingin Mrs. Winslows' Soothing ha ewe.IIJIT..c___..._....e"" .
As soon as struck,- the killer columns sometimes several yards Syrup rI
been used for over sixty years by millions
F "sounded. Down, d6wn he' went, the wide and miles long. Nothing stops of mothers for their children while teething -

harpoon line rushing out so fast that their progress. If they encounter a with perfect success. It soothes the

_ water had to be poured on it where it ship they separate to the right and left I child, softens the gums, allays all pain, -
: and rejoin In the vessel's wake. They cures wind colic, and is the beet remedy
of the boat to r
the edge keep
ran over ,
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for diarrhoea. It will the
Invade every river and waterway on relieve poor
it from burning off. the coasts ascending steadily land- ittle sufferer immediately. Sold by drag-
: Suddenly the line slackened. "By ward. They even ascend small waterfalls J lists in every part of the world. Twenty- 9ARD
...: five cents a bottle. Be ante and ask for <
thunder it's and wriggle
; gone cried.-Thompson. penetrate streams "Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup," and
.f "No;' there It is!". answered Dallas, over swampy- grounds. into ponds and take no other kind. Guaranteed under
::; and as he spoke, the killer leaped ditches the food and drags act, June 30th, 1906. AI ZLI TE 2?. A:TT i" r.r A Y. -

clear of.the water and as it fell back Dr. Wiley's Diet Gaug.. Serial number 1098. -FOR- J

the sound of the splash was heard bya Some of the latest and most practical

fisherman In a launch nearly a half conclusions which Dr. H. W. Wiley, A Two Headed Baby. Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines. +:
chemical expert of the department of
mile away. He saw that something
agriculture has reached on the subject Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
'' was doing and started to Thompson'sassistance.
of eating for health and strengthwere
About the same time, the aired by him In a statement before 1 Philadelphia, New York,

'i killer decided to start on the most the house committee on expenditures -

direct route to Nassau. As the line for the agricultural department. TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.

tightened again the dory began to When asked by

make way (the engine having been Chairman tlefield what Lit-he SEABOARD EXPRESSSEABOAED MAIL

stopped when the whale sounded) and
regarded as the
a ; when the killer found that something best food for t
a MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
;; was hindering its speed it made a man to eat Dr.
t .
a circle around the boat coming close Wiley replied: ONLY LXNE

enough for another "iron" to be driven "I think a man
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiie.
into It. Then with two lines fastened ought to choose

to it it set off at speed. The dory his own ration. r
i top
For full information and reservations call Seaboard
Lots of peopleare sleeper on any agent, 01
I fairly flew through the water, and write to
vegetarians. -MN
i r the fisherman in his launch was being J I think we eat \ A. O. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYI TON, Jr.,
I' fast left behind. too much meat .1 ij". \ Asst.General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.

i r Luckily the "killer" made a large for. health. For JACKSONVILLE, FLAEngraved

:: r. circle and .this allowed the fishing the sustenanceDr. ,
H. W. Wiley. 0
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Qf physical ex- - -
: _; launch to head off the dory. When -
have hard work to do
if
ertion
you
; within some twenty-five or thirty feet, d
there Is nothing better than starch or
line thrown to the dory
a railing was
sugar. The cereal eating nations can Small Boy-Oh, come and look at this
:. aDd made fast, the engine stopped endure more physical toil than the baby with a head on both ends!-Lon.,I

h; y an.t the game was on in earnest. For meat eating nations. That is not the don Telegraph. FOR-
I t: more than three hours the killer never accepted view, but it Is true. You can-

o .,l slackened pace, and as It was getting not tire out a Japanese, who eats rice. Common Coldn are the Cause of Many Ser i l Wedding [

f 'y. late, something had to be done. The lIe will draw you all around the town I. iou Lleeaeee
on a pound of rice and be as! fresh at
"J J line was gradually taken in until the Physicians who have trained a national
the close of the day as when be start
of the of
vari tl
reputation as analysts can?? InvitationsAnnouncements
R"'.fx killer was in pistol range. Six balls i
-,.. ed. You could not do that on a poundof ate diseases, claim that if matching cold!
,
t. { from a 44-caliner revolver were shot meat to save your life." could he avoided a long list of dangeronailments
into its back:, with the effect o. caus As to the much advertised nerve and never would! be heard of. Everyone : -
: .= Ins: the kilter! to make a grand leap brain foods Dr. Wiley thought these knows that pneumonia and ron tr1 l
also the idea of gumption originate from ai-old and chron
I' The all nonsense, as get
and then dive for the bottom.
I
ir catarrh, bronchitis and all throat and
fat on drugs. On the contrary, he
lines had been made fast and could ting lung trouble are asgravatetl and r.-n of them have degrading
said most a
serious each fresh attack. IV
nct be slackened away in time, soEsc : by Il
>' effect. For instance, a man will fattenfor not risk your "life or take chamr wizen all kinds of
: they parted, the "killer" carrying a time on arsenic, but It kept up von have cold. Cham rlaih'? ((tH lReitiedy
! :i ,; away both of Captain Thompson's bar the treatment soon causes death. will cure it before thtw ,liMdevelop. M>:, FASHIONABLE STATIONERY }

' I, poens. A good fight was made by Dr. Wiley is also authority for the This remedy contains no t.j>in ti"1
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Captain Thompson and Dallas but the statement that every man eats every morphine or other harmful dru: and had ; Address
. day 1 per cent of his weight In dry thirty years of reputation back nf it. \:

r '"t. odds were a little against longer them.than The the"killer"was dory, him food to R<>"eat that his it requires own head lOrt off.lays" This for !rained dealers.For sale try by its all cures draughts under i and all condition me.liciii: ;\.1: THE H. & W. B. DREW! CO. 4

t which is 22 feet Ions. A heavy caliber nt least is the average for the normal 7 1 ((3EI

t rifle: would have probably been necessary individual. If he eats less than this JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

, before such a large animal could amount, he will lose in weight: if he A HAPPY

he killed. The "killer" is a specie eats more, he will jrain. The doctor HOMEIs r l 3

I of whale that old seamen do not care thinks that every person should con-
a total in liquids and solids of KODAKS AND SUP LIES
to fuss with. They have been knownto sume one where health abounds. f1 l
half >er day.
four and a pounds i
attack a small boat and smash i it With blood there
to the iwecssity u: maintaining impure can- ----- -. ""." .
Referring
.: to pieces, and old whalers wouli a high; couJitiou vf physic en not be good health.1'ithadisordered ,..."...L_!'_ ....._'"...A4I.r.r' ..L '_.,'._., ,_,,,_,_'-----r..I..w.J" ; ." _..7..r. ".. w"2

rather kill a bull sperm whale of large ergy.;:; Dr. Wiley' says: ".\ IDa i may \ LIVER there .IOJ'.y'

7' size than to try to harpoon a "killer" drink a ;:!:i"'S of typhoid germs if !.e is cannot be food blood.
ij because of the mean fight they often in vigorous health and may ujt jet -= .

!:. make Among the fish brought in by tjTu* i'l fever. lsf -:ui,p his system may Do You Want to Know All About the
throw off the |HH>OU. but if be is broken -
t.. Captain Thompson was one red snapt" down ore of the germs will proJuietyphoid. Tiitt's Pills i
11 1-2 pounds, whiois h
per that weighed Not a man but has a pneu- EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
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for this season
\ the record snapper monia perm in his mouth. It will not::

vw affect the healthy being, but let a man revivify thetorpld LIVER and restore Especially regarding Frail (iro1\ing,TnJrking and
i. Well Worth the Trying pension at.I get a cold and it will take its seat in its natural action.A General Farming? If PO, subscribe for the._........
popular
-1. W. H. Brown his lungs.
torney of Pittsburg, v t., says: "Xex healthy LIVER means pure FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

to a pension, the hest thing to get is DK5nie blood. m
I New Life Pills." He writ: O.A.STOH.X.A.: Pure blood means health. PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNUM
"thev keep my family in splendid health Bowl tba B.! ISSUED ONCE A )1O TlI. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

'q Quick care fat' headache constipation cGl&p Health means happiness.Take HATJP.Y L. BROWN, Bn.in.... Manae. ,/8t. Angnstine, Fla. i-- --'
and biliousness. 25c. Guaranteed at Red 8iar no Substitute. AU Drugguts.Y' E. V. L.CKJIAtdnor, Miam:, ria. 'i r

Cross Pharmacy.
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:asp-s. <, .LIPP-Practical- Shoemaker- Forty JAMES PRTTCHABD,President. W.M.BROWN,V1 PJaideDL {
-a 'f rears experience; all kind of repairing I WINSTON 8., BRANNING. (
:- !,?,0j sat cheap; also ladies'and men's ly !
: y1=h r llbee>ilfrlte toftfter-4*** x Yt." of she : 1 our Ute Bank '
Indian River
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NEWS NOTES .> air. co"t7N'i'Y DEPOSITORtAuthorized

the A ::! Capital, >1100,000; Paid np Capital, J23,000; Average Deposits, $200,000

;IJttle Hags" That Help to lake a hat to your TRANSACTS A L
nida

'r ; .Dp tlie leelly, leispiper. ,b' hair'? do It must it? I.., General Banking Busindssl .

I w ., COCOA. know Ayer's LARGEST AND OLDEST< BANK ON THE RIVER J ,

The HillatdV'.dairy ia now 'furnishing" !by t an intro- Exchange bought; and sold on alT foreign countries. Patronage appreciated ,tiC: :' "

1 + Cocoa: wilt-mllk. .' the acquaint Prompt service, polite treatment and every favor consistent .-..'
with conservative hanking grantedCORRE'PONDENTS :
.. Born to Mr and Mrs. W.Ass..Chancey, the heavy growth

:R r. $ ...'."._ on' 'Feb.',' t 13th: ores a flJotihter.CapL .. glossy hair! \ : National Bank
of : Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway: ,New York City; The Atlantic
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_ &., t tlx: Ooggiit Is en}'))ing a new aato- Ca hair-food, of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida t/{;*

t\; mobiie1t.: :;. :!I .' \', tin hair, and get 'Ii. '
t .MrSanders... : oflndianola, made and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
kaa : ; s trip lo'Titogville i ,! :on NUnniay. )lr.Bandel'll .
-. { lias: recently aold his fine estate a testimonial" .
: on the island. ,- sixty years. E. L. BRADY & BRO.-,: '
t r ': Co..Lowell,D2a.. .--
The of the Cocoa library have tunn of -
ladles
3 t S. been busy this week pretanng fur the bazaar l wr\seen SAftAPAKIUA.PILLS.. Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.

which was held I in Rock ledge. i CHEWY PECTORAL We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mape Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin
y The senior Clic club of'\! Cncua high the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write on.for price OD
.ie on Grain and all Groceries' delivered at your station E. L BEADY BRO_TITUB11 .FLA.
'' t: school received their clan (pins this week.
.
A number from Cocoa and vicinity will was was nominated

> celebrate Washington's birthday with- ably T.. Wells, who runs S.J.NTORTON9-: : ,
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; Eau Gallie.
l < of Ti- boa| race are on ex and Groceries Hay, eauee'ofI: :
.; ", v Mrs:John Gore and daughter, : End pharmacy. I Staple Fancy ; Kind ,
':" tnsville,' were visiting relatives in ,town ,, I .
i.r' '; : thin week. *. "aye are wcrks of art. VEGETABLES A'-S ZTitusville

1 --, Tbe"benefit for the Cocoa echoollibray expected this week. ; I s F1.or1c1a. t.,
\ is ready for him. -
,t-- on Tuesday night was a success, taking .
:;- ',' s in over fifty dollars. Miss Atkins, of | will run his launch J. LORILLARD, JR. ... L1<:O'N,S WLSONT: ,4
",' .-' Boston, assisted by Miss L Conklinir,'of the 22nd, in the"free .

"".. Tillman, and Mrs S. S Jones, Cocoa. LORILLARD BOAT CO
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; while the lecture was good the singing of the K. M. I. *
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: was a treat to music lovers. last Saturday T1tusv111.e. Florida |
; '>- The Beach club held its eemi monthly into the drink. Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline EngineersAgents :

meeting at the club house on Dixons few at Mrs. Fowler's on for Termaat& Monabaa motors Moore motors' Hartford motors, Auto- f.rine motors
C. and District Agents for the Latbrop motorM&RINm .
point on Tuesday. Mrs. S. Graham evening: was enjoy-

a / and Mrs. ,Chas. Sharpe, of City Point, members present. : R.Ag-w-A.:w -: p N: .:
a 1 '-, ;:" hostesses. the seen driving in 'Qr.refuhttention girentoH a .

Y% ,:' Mr. and Mrs. ,Henry Douglas have the all tired carriage. LAUNCHES STORED FO It'm SUMMER
:.' sympathy of their friends over the loss of "
a. m. at 10.30 in St. Agents for the
,
one of their twins, Raylord, age 5 years, rch. A company of S i

''s \ i who the Cocoa died last cemetery.Friday and was buried in \\(' preach attend.the The sermon.Rev. tt

Mrs. Hnghlett entertained the members the Seaside Inn, has
t'' f a= of the junior Chic on St. 1'alentine'eday with guests MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
-t
k with a party preceded by a Cupid pa- a grand time fishing Thoroughly covered by patents
4 rade. The children had a very pleasant

t day. air of Bear Lake, 4 The Engine that Runs Without Repairs #l
Died on Feb. 17th, Mrs. Leo. C. Case, of Mr. and Mrs. -- ._----
.after a short illness Mrs. Case was a the next month These motors are safe and reliable and j
bride of three months and was a beautiful ed .
can be operated by alcohol or kerosene
a young woman. Her sister, who is
@, of Bear Lake,
-A trained nurse, was with her during her with as good results as by using gasoline
home Kissimmee,
t illness, also Mrs. Young. The body was by o
: Wednesday and
taken to her former home in Henderson- :
ville, N. CL Mr. Case has the sympathy JL't' of the winter sea NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA

4 of the community. I

Back FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
;3: ;. ROCK LEDGE. of HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRUirS AND VEGETABLES f
,1 caused by rheu
.;; L W. Battenfield is busy on his new the and be cured We buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.Look .
'? property on the island. 'nay over our stock and get our prices before buying.
Pain Balm C.ornerIain and Hopkins Streets
t Mr. John short visit
McCrady was on a and
8 _. to Jacksonville last week. day application.rubbing the If G- :EJ:. : : 3&TS c3 CO., t

Dr. Ton ing ton Black, of Huntington, relief, bind on a piece TITUSVILLH FLORIDA.
Pa., is a visitor in Rockledge. with Pain

Mr. F. Thomas, Philadelphia, who has is almost sure to VICTOR 1

a- been enjoying the fishing here for sometime all druggists and '.'
has gone to Miami.: 1t'- Talking Machines, Supplies and :

r. Mr. John H. Scnllv, a blue stone contractor the i: t
"1- : : :. Records sold by the 1'
$$5 of New York, was a guest at the :i
S ,,,,. New Rockledge this week. : Boy of the dash!
Rev. J. B Hank, will INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
Mr. Jas. Harris was prospecting pist-a- ; here Tuesday : ,. i ,1\\

'{ torially on the Banana lagoon Saturday.Mr. :\ at 1:30.dUli !-iou ; r TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 1:
Jas. J. Jessup and family, of Bath for the auspices! and ,
t Beach, N. Y., were visiting friends in :\ Indies': Chautauqua

,- Bockledge this week.: to all Mr. HawLV
WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
., A dense pall of smoke from the many to hear him and

.. .. prairie fires has dimmed the rays of Old >, who know not > _<. ,'!U"-
Sol for several days past. the east! coast, that

There are many tourists in Kockled eat Clt bright' entertaining 500 Barrels will be received in the next
1 \ life and work,
present and prospects of more. The )
New Rockledge is taxiri to the limit. dry historical bkttth 60 days. Costs a little more than other ce-

.' Mr. B O'Hara, of Glens Falls, X. Y, .- ment, but is better.
Jacksonville, with
1 son in-law of Senator Derby is heie on a
", ,inng her EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
t (it vibit. Mrs. O'llara h i!' been here como IP ,
time. present the is pith I
Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material
.... )Ir. and Mrs. Xiezer, sending winter to Her many
-, i: here, are both confined( to II(>(). Mr. R her back to Eau Gallie, Florida."WN'"r"'rW'r'r'rVl'rWNNNrWr'VrwmUNNl1.
: :Niezer is improving bnt Mrs. Niezer's

.t Condition has been critical and their Canton, Ohio, are

daughter has been sent for. out enjoying many

Rev. Father Curley was called here on ) ; of interest on the

,:. Tuesday from DeLand l,y the illness of
y 3Irs. Nuzer. lie lead mass at the Me to\\, of Waukegan, The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
s { Keown residence on Wednesday.Mr. :\ ,visitors to our town,
e
Chas. E. Lansing, of New York, Dow cottage.
$On-in.law of Judge Xewsthaffer, i is expected be Murray, of Toronto,
this week. Mr Lansing is one of ) three little daughter! MACHINE SHOPS

i. the most' prominent Masons! in Xew York are Kelleiutr. Mr. Hill

ct with titles too numerous: to mention. :\ this pleasant hotel,
r 1m wife and three Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
Mr. Cameron C. Smith, wife and their
danghter, and Mrs. M. J. Clowes, of at

.' Pittsburg, Pa., have been enjoying the } Stomach
.fishing to the fullest utpnt.Irs.. Smith : sense! of fullness so HARDWARE/ PAINTS & OILS
': ,landed an eight and a ten pound big eating IS caused

;. month bass out in Lake Poinsett.Mr. ga:*. The stomach Agricultural Implements
H. Ooesland, Indianapolis, Ind. and the food
came last week and is enjoying camp life '!! Stomach and
.. with his eon Harvey and Stuart Rhodes correct: the disorder. SANFORD, FLORIDA
if on the Banana side of the island. Mrs. strengthen and in-

;: 0 Rhodes, Stuart's mother, arrived Tuesday his and bowels.! For

'f' and joined the party. l and medicine dealers. m\WNMYNN},

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