The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00221
 Material Information
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: March 1, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00221
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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< "Queen Quality" shoes are the Bargains in
Every Department
/? 1EEK most satisfying woman's shoes in the s
r N world is proved by the fact that more MOXDIY, MARCH 4, 1001. ANDPERSONALS j

'- .l' ;) women persist in wearing them than any We expect to show our stock of ladies-
} other shoes in the world.
t" nt..nt Ifttes Pertaining to EuntsTraispg You don't need to be a shoemaker to Paragraphs About People that I summer* hats next week. Something About the People of Titns-
know that they please look hand New wash dress fabrics. We are showing -
; i, About Tow some on the feet, are yon comfortable, ht Traiel Here and ThereMr. I: foreign and domestic wash fabrics in i yule as They Come and Go .

; 'Lacge-ehipment: of straw; bats just received smoothly and satisfy. T. B. Walker of Jacksonville: was I greater varieties than ever before and at I )[r. F. T. Budge, of Miami was in .

, "'! :' .4 in the latest shapes for 1907 in the show We you are the our new exclusive kid, gun agents.metal!: ,Glad patent to in town on_Wednesday.Miss low prices, considering the wonderful advance Titusville Wednesday and yesterday.Dr. .

: Hawes make at Winston S. Bran ing'.t leather and canvas shoes. All the very Thayer, of Atlanta, is hereon I It .- Bates' Seersuckers, Amoskeag C. P. Plaits, of Fort Pierce, went to i

5 k We received pleasant call Tuesday latest styles for spring and summer now a visit to her friend, Miss Kate Stew- A. F. C. toile du nord, Paris tissue, Cal- Melbourne this week after spending a '

t from Mr. M. T. Jones, of Mims, who was pn exhibition.WINSTON S. BRANNING, art. mont batiste, plaid batiste nonveaute, few days in town. His health is slowly

in towa attending .the mejlipg of the or- The Clothing House, I Senator LaRoche and party arrived English zephyr in solid colors plaids and improving. _
.. Titnsville Florida. figures prices 12} cents to 25 cents I
ange powers. I Tuesday from New York and started per Get your spring and summer suit from

Mr, Walling a prominent young man down the river on board the schooner I yard. I Branning. The very latest cuts just:received
: of Leeds, S. Cy arrived' lithe city Tuesday NEW GOOD ROADS BILL Capt. Jack. Embroideries and laces. This il 5? the In the well known make of Schloss

and is spending a few days. with his The Miami Record reports that Dr. handsomest collection that has ever come 5rot hers.
in the Kline store and that is
..friend, Mr. W, S. Norwood. McWilliams Has Struck the Peopleon Screven is slowly recovering from the much. saying II )Ir. and Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins went to .

Mrt. C. -Braider held her opening a Popular Chord paralytic shock sustained several days Embroideries and laces were never in Jacksonville Wednesday to bear Emma

for summer tniriinfcry yesterday in THE ago, but is still confined to his bed. Cames, the gifted and noted American
Hon. W. A. McWiluams, representa so great demand before.
STAB building and had a varied and attractive -
i tive-elect from St. Johns county, is at Men and boys-get your spring and Embroidery, including! flouncings, edg- soprano.

*..: display on exhibition.\ work framing bill which he will presentto summer shoes from Winston S. Branning. iDS; and insertions, embroidered on nain- The motor boat Reo. Pastime ownedby r

.;: Mrs. H. G. Alleniof Green Cove the next legislature. Now on exhibition the largest line of low sook and swiss muslin; widths 1} to 25 R. E. Olds, of automobile fame, arrived -

Springs, WM the guest of Mr. and Mrs. His proposed bill, ifi it becomes a law, cut shoes shown on the East Coast in all inches; prices 8 cents to 75 cents per here from Daytona Wednesday on

f W. S. $Branning tbe'latter part of last will insure for the state of Florida a continuous the very latest cuts. yard. her way cruising down the Indian river.

.week on her; *y. home from a trip to chain of excellent roads in a We hear that Mr. W. E. Goldsmith, German and French Valenciennes Preaching at Titusville and Cocoa

J: 31laoft. -1t.S. -. comparatively short space of, time and at having disposed of his grocery business I and insertions, match sets, others odd Ie'hodischurches next Sunday, March ,

The little Lorrillard racer. Joker, broke a minimum CU5 This good roads billas at Fort Pierce to his brother-in-law, :\lr.1 patterns 5 cents to 20 cents per yard. 3rd, as follows: At Titasvilleat 11 a. m., '

away from her moorings Sunday night, it is being framed by Mr. McWilliamswill Swain.will probably return to this place, I Mexican laces and insertions, match Cocoa 750 p. m. Sunday school at 10a. t

\ washed under the boot bouse and filled I have a number of salient features which was his former home. sets 12} cents to 20 cents per yard. m. The public is invited.

' .. with water. ,The craft was pulled out tbe foremost of which are: Mr. II. B. Mace has disposed of his I I Point ruses and extra fine Sevilla lam The Joshua Simpkins company played it

i next day for repairs. First !select a board of road commissioners schooner yacht Eleanor to parties livingin .and insertions for underwear, regular 10 their comedy drama to a full house Wednesday

:1 Rev. John T. Huntington accompanied consisting of the present New York city, and during the remainder cents per yard, I'peciaJlonday only, 6 night and the company were well '

,. : his BOO, Rev. H. Huntingtto; this board ofcommissioners, of state institu of his stay in Titusville this sea- cents. received. After the play was over they

j place from Onnond and, spent Sunday tions. son will stop at Mrs. Krnlder's. 36 inch, guaranteed black taffeta. A introduced a novelty in the way of a conCert -

1 f among his old-time friends. The next Second The board of road commissioners The Lorillard Boat Co. are installingthe heavy, rich, rustling silk; value $150, which was also well patronized.

service in the Episcopal church here wills are required to survey and layout motor in E. B. Wager's little runabout special $1.00 per yard. Quite a number of
be March 10th. three roads, one from Jacksonvilleto 24 inch white or black wash silk 49 orange growers were
on this week. This little craft is 25 present at the meeting held at the courthouse
Gen. S. M. Weld and wife, and the Pensacola, one from Jacksonville to feet long with about 4 feet beam and cents per yard. Tuesday afternoon for the
Miami, and one from Jacksonville to Just: received full line of ladies' white purposeof
; general's eon and wife, of Boston, ar has a two cylinder Regal motor. organizing. The official report bas
Tampa. Christy ties extra fine quality (3
canvas ,
: rived Wednesday to spend a couple of Mrs. Krnlder has rented the Brown not as yet been handed in for publication,
Third-That the board of commissioners large eyelets plain toe blucher, covered
weeks at the Canaveral club house. Mr. property, recently Dr. but will probably in
i. of state institutions at the expirationof purchased by heel, all sizes $1.98. appear our next t;
Oordan Abbott and wife also a member issue.
Daniel, and will occupy the same until r'
the present lease of convicts, shall Also white canvas pumps plain toe,
L .oUhe'club, arrived yesterday. lease one-half of the number of state convicts next fall. Mrs. Krulder moved in yes covered heel, all sizes, $1.98. Miss Louise M. Powe, who has spent ,
Mr. G. G. Howard has bought 144 terday. This gives her fine location for
a most of the winter
season at her winter
but the remaining one-half to be New goods arriving daily.. Expect. to "..
: acres of land near town from Capt. P. boarding house.At the- and and home and orange grove at Rockledge, r
employed upon the three roads above have largest most complete
i' :Nelson: which includes the orange grove mentioned. the spring term of court for St. up-to-date stock ever displayed on the left Tuesday for Newton, Mass., where

and dwelling formerly known as the Me- Fourth-That the money derived from Lucie county, held last week at Fort east coast. she spends the most of her time. In a

Crory place, about a mile fromo..n.. Pierce, a true bill was found letter to the editor Miss Powe "1
the hire of one-half of the number of con against Mail orders promptly filled on any of says:
)lr. Howard expects to reside upon this victs should be used by the road commissioners W. C. Rawlinson for the murder of C. T. the above goods. turn my face from balmy Indian river toward .

property.A in the maintenance and supportof McCarty. A change of venue was asked Jcuts KLINE, the land of ice and snow with no .

large number of our young people the convicts working on the roads. I for and denied. The case is continuedto Titusville, Fla. little regret." ,
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attended the dance at Mr. Ive's packing :\McWiIhams figures that there are the next term of court. Messrs Telephone Com. J. H. Allen, of Daytona, stopped

;! .t Lone Tuesday evening and had a magnificent about 1,200 convicts. This would give Parker, Penney and Gaulden are attorneys Lost here yesterday on his way to Daytona

\ t. time. Aside from the dancingan 600 convicts for road building and the for the defendant, Rawlinson.Mrs. Between the Mendel home and S. C. T. from Miami towing his new purchase

elaborate spread of refreshments was state would receive for hire for the remaining John II. Russell, of Lexington, Warren's place on the county road a the hull of the Secret, a fast motor boat

t served. The festivities lasted until after 600 about $180 each per annum, Ky.; Mrs. S. H. Nigh, of Huntington, ladies' black and white checked cloak. which was brought to Palm Beach from
Finder will please return to THE SUB
l the midnight hour. which would amply maintain the convicts W. Va ; and Miss Baldwin, of Richmond, office and receive suitable reward. Michigan too late for the races. TheSecret

i, We call special attention to the professional working on the roads. Then convicts Va., who are spending the season in Ti- claims a record of 22 miles an hour.

card of Dr. J. C. Spell in another to be divided into road gangs of 200 tusville, attended the Washington ball at Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrivals

column. Dr. Spell has located perma men, one gang for each division of road the Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, las John L Stadler and wife Cleveland, Wedding Bells at Sharpes

neatly here for the practice of his profes- as provided for in the bill. Friday night, and can give glowing accounts Ohio; W T Moore, Jacksonville; C. A. Cards were received here Tuesday announcing

. t' sion and stood high in his examination The bill upon which Mr. McWiIhams is of this! affair, which is the great Goldsmith, Tampa; J Mintz, Binghampton the marriage of Mr. Frederick
\ N Y; John M bhea, Chicago; E J A I
before the state board at Jacksenville. now at work will provide for a wide public society function of the tourist season at Drennen, Dumruitts Grove; Mr and Mrs Butler Scobie and Miss Mary Janet

l We hope he will meet with success in his road running through all the sectionsof Palm Beach. :Sims, New Smyrna; L T Allen, Sanford:: Holme, which OC'UrredIond Y, Feb.

l new field. the state, each division to be built at Fla; W H H Gleason. Eau Gallie, Fla; 25th, at Sharpes, Fla., the home of the

We received a pleasant call Saturday the same time so that the people would Launch For Sale, Cheap John Hunter, John Pa Binger, Robert BinSXT bride. TUB STAR extends hearty con-
Philadelphia, ; T F Park, New J
I afternoon from Messrs. Geo. indie, of all share alike in the benefits derived Will sell tai ft., torpedo stern launch, York; W Mayer, Creete; Wm M Brown, gratulations.Rev. .

Fall River, Mass; Ben Peterson, of Staten from good roads. with Z h. p. DuBne engine, canopy top] Miami, Fla; C S Shewmaker, Atlanta; J. B. Hawk performed the ceremony
spray sheet and waterproof cover for W J Culey! Florence, Ala S M Coon, Oswego
Island New York and T. J. Cockshutt ; and only tbe immediate
: family
> $IZ .00.) All\ in
' good running order.C. N Y; John Henry, City; W E Jen-
: : of LaGrange. The first two named gentlemen Child Gored by a Vicious Cow L. SERGE kins, N C; R D Grether Jacksonville; C relatives were present.
Y friends of Mr. Cockshutt, and Tituaville, Fla Orleans%
are H r.ffith.ew ; Gen II Bishop
The little of Mr. V.
son Worley was
: have spent a few days up and down the and wife, New Haven, Conn; W T Hick Just Received at Kline's
j I. east coast. gored by a vicious cow Tuesday and but Mrs. Taylor EntertainedOne man, New _York; L__ lort'.tonIurray, The latest in men's and
for the timely arrival of the father ul-lOn., Dayton; G D Hurst, New York; E Doer very youths'spring
of the loveliest and
r entertainments of summer clothing consisting of
the scene, which happened right near the ritv, Cincinnati; H P Harding; Boston;
t SHOE the social season was given in honor of 0 J .Arnold Baltimore, Md; H J Magru. the most up-to-date styles that positivelywill
Worl home, the little fellow would suit the most fastidious
Parian Paints y Miss Marie Quarterman by Mrs. F. )1. ler, Oak Hill; G F Ensey Tropic; W S customer and
Elastic Book Cases probably have been gored or stamped to Gavan. Baltimore; Win Price, Kansas made up by the celebrated house of A B.
Taylor on Friday afternoon last from 2
::! to KirK'hbaum
Edison BatteriesTitusville death. As it was the boy's body sustained City; A B Bell, Kissimmee; E A I'5mithand prices ranging from $10.0i
;5 o'clock. to $J9.00 suit.
' Post Cards several flesh wound i wife Newport, R I; Mr and Mrs T per
t Books, Stationery: i Ft was indulged in for some time and Jackson, Chicago; J W :Simpson. FlaW ; Also cravanettea in the very latestetvles.
It is said that this cow is owned by Mr. .
s Perfumery, Etc. caused quite a !great deal of excitement Adams and wife, Corning. N H; If
if Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 J. Sharp. and pleasure. Miss Hattie Henderson was H Simmons, Atlanta; M B Craig, Fla; remember)OU are in need of a pair of shoes,
It seems to us that this is all the proof P N Sessions, Tampa; W B Barnnxton, we carry four of the leading
b the lucky one in the game. The young makes, the famous Douglas, Hanan,
Mr and Mrs :McDermott Mr and Mrs
Motor Boat Races at Titusville necessary call for a special act for this Walkover and Keats' .
people were then called to order and Conqueror.If
pinning John Finney and son, Miss K McDon-
!f place to he l passed at the coming sessionof are in need of hat willsell
you a we
There will be motor boat races at Tit- the ears on a rabbit, blindfolded, oujjh, Philadelphia; John Smith and party -
the legislature cattle from j YOU a John B. Stetson at a cut pricein
- usville on Thursday, March 21st, for two restraining was a contest which all seemed to enjoy j j Cocoa; W Moore, Jacksonville; J V almost style\ wish.
von They are
roaming throughout the limits Down, Petersburg Mrs Tuttle Buff- ,
classes-slow speed, under ten miles; and corporate Miss Rvals being the lucky one, winning ;( ado, N Y; J E Fultz, Fort; Pierce. just fresh from the factory.
speed boats, ten miles and over. Several Titusville. first prize, while Miss::! Quarterman won !j I I i I Boys' trousers, we have them, plain and
As special legislation: of this nature has in bloomer styles, prices from 50
silver cups and other suitable prizes will the consolation prize. Much excitement !! THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL I ranging '
to be advertised sixty days before it ran I cents to $I 5V.
be awarded in these events!:, which will prevailed during the contest. i j i iAt Provides hot and cold baths and inside | In men's troupers we have about 1,0ft(
be under the management of the Indian be properly introduced, we suggest that 4.30: delicious refreshments wereserved ,' toilets on two doom, airy bed rooms overlooking i I patterns to :select from no trouble to fit
River Yacht club. such notice be prepared at once. THE 1 the river, sample rooms, cozy 'I'
and when the time yon.
will also be a shoot duringthe came to leave j| consultation rooms, large cool
There pin STAR will publish it. dining I Prices I assure you are right on any of
day and a grand ball at night. everyone did so with reluctance, and :: rooms free library with the leading daily the aIu\* JZnws. JULIUs KLINE,
4f ---- Mrs. Taylor was pronounced a royal en- i: and weekly papers on file free telephone i Phone No. S 'lituaville, Ha.OlM .
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases For SaleConnecticut tertainer.Those |I for guests, free use of typewriting maih-i I
I t ine. Electric lights throughout the en-
built catboat two suits of I
If yon are in need of any of the followingcall sails, anchor and ten ballast bag. A present were the Misses Hender-i, tire building inside and out. Open day i HtFAIKSHOF,
and see us, for in the last two weeks bargain. Apply at THE bx.IE office. son, Mi-s DeWitt, Miss Teeter, Miss' :: anti night, attentive porter j atttir we have received about one carload of Ryal8.! Miss tjuarterman, Mrs.Taylor and !! trains, only five minutes walk from the l1txkt"11 work thoroughly done }
dress, automatic and steamer trunks, dressEr Dress Making Parlors I )taster Wilson Taylor. i( station. Good fishing from hotel duck Guns loo-e in the breech tightened equal
suit cases and dress suit extension cases, to new, also guns stocked and shotguns I t
satchel and telex-ope Mrs. C. A. Krulder ha opened dressmaking Draying ; reborrd, etc. H. Benecke, Titnaville, Fla.
JCLIIS KLINE, Titusville. parlors in THE STAB building ; Dray ing or hauling/ of all kinds prompt- 1 -
ground Boor. Trimming bats a specialty.For About S3 acres of good high land on :: ly attended to. :Merta all trains. Stove Dental NoticeJ
: For Sale and Rent the east or ocean side of the Indian river I.i wood for sale at all times. W. Newman, D. D. :s., of the firm r
Bent at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot j I H. E. UOLTOi.I lof Macy & Newman, of West Palm
J- For sale: One canopy top surrey one I No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section I|I Titusville Fla. I Beach will be in Titusville for a few J'
: three acre young orange: grove, part bearing Three nice clean rooms in good locality 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east i I days fully prepared to attend to any dental
.J' fruit, river front. Will rent or sell for small family (without small chil I This land is unimproved but finely lo Call at Titusville Livery, at rear of work. He haa his office in the brick
;, two five-roorp 'cottages partly furnished dren) suitable for housekeeping. i cated. For further particulars address II Robbina' law office, for stylish rigs. building opposite the court house, where
'for light hou keepinV te or call on Apply to MBS. J. D. CBABB, i E. M. Lcw, Leave' your orders for hauling both double : he will be pleased to see all who want
E. B. ARNOLD, Malabar, Fla. Titasville' Fla. I Brockton, Mass. and single. J. M.Osban, proprietor. first class work done.n .



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I[ POI: I believed that freethinkers should be per cent for mining, 10 per cent for Will

willing to permit freedom of religious drawing coke and '13 cents a day for The liTer la the main-sprinz
worship by Catholics as well ax others. drivers and others. good health,one must keep the liver In good order. To do soy :? "

Philadelphia's New Mayor. As to the objection to making contracts Strike of Butts Pressmen. a regulator is needed. Hcrbine will put your liver in the condltiou t

John EL E ybura. long a member of between the state and the Catholic it should be and you will not suffer from headaches f-
The spectacle of a cltof 8,000 Inhabitant -
congress was elected mayor of Phila- church, Briand said that otherwise

.. delphlalastweekby the expense of keeping np the churches been presented without since a the newspaper developmentof has A POSITIVE CURE '

33,000 majority would be on the He -
communes. pointed l'--
the strikg ofthe pressmen employedon CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND
a r as the candidate out that the bishops and priests did FOR
the newspapers in Butte Mont The
of the reg- not lose their Identity through the separation FEVER BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA .
publishers had notified the printers and ,
ular Republican law or their official standing
.. stereotypers that they must accept a AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
party defeating In the state and that It would be con-
reduction of 50 cents a day and that
e ul William Potter .trary to free thought to attempt to the pressmen must return to the old Good.Mrs.
leader of the modify the Catholic religion. Clemen- Has Done A World Of .
wages, and rather than make any com- .
c City party, ceau Indicated his surrender to the -
promise from this ultimatum they decided C. D. PhUley Marble FaIls Texas. writes: "I have ,
; around whichthe Briand position and made no speech.
x I to discontinue publication indefi used Herbine and find it the best liTer corrective I have ever '
reform forces The division showed 389 votes for the nitely. tried. It done my family as well as myself a world of good,

of the city bad Briand policy to 88 against It. and I recommend it to aU my friends. I never' suffer Iron:

been ranged for William Net Belligerent. I RELIGIOUSBaptist I headaches anymore."
two Al- r
years. Emperor William opened the new SOc WILL BUY IT.

though Reyburn reichstag at Berlin and by his speech

Insists that the from the throne confirmed the Von Donations Decrease. Co. j .
/ old party has Bulow announcement. He said the The executive committee of the Baptist Ballard Snow Liniment

% -. 1 been purged and Missionary union has recently Is- MO.
general situation warranted the assurance 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS,
will stand now ; of International peace and that sued a circular showing that the dona-

3; for genuine he would take part In the coming tions from the Baptist churches last

., John n. Reyburn. progress his <>p- Hague conference, hoping to see further year were $14.000 short of the previous :
': : ponents say that developed the laws among nations i year and only slightly in excess of Sold and Recommended by

;:, the city has relapsed again into the for the good of humanity and of what they were ten years ago. The
Red Oross Pharn:1aoy:
; condition "described as "corrupt and eice. He was glad to say that "the Chicago Standard one of the leading t

contented. healthy spirit" of the country had Baptist papers asks what Is the mat-

Roosevelt and Tariff Revision. checked the Socialist movement "sub- ter and answers that the situation is

I '. In reply to the recent letter which versive of the tate and society." The the result of failure on the part of

4 -" Governor Guild of Massachusetts sent speech announced the coming budget many Baptists to read their denomInational legalp11j

to the president urging tariff revision for the expenses of the southwest African ( papers. but adds that the real

and'stating that the test should be not campaign which led to the dis- reason lies In the lack of the "life of

"Is such a duty demanded" but "Is solution of the last reichstag The Socialists Christ in the life of man."

I such a duty needed?" the president has refused to attend the opening Quimby, Mrs. Eddy's Teacher. a a O ,

tf assured the governor that his communication session. The relations of Mrs. Mary Baker G. '\

is entitled to and will receive Venezuela Revolt Cruahed. Eddy, head of the Christian Science ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPTED \ ;

serious consideration on his own The state department has received a church to Phineas P. Quimby, a healer FOR SATISFACTORY '
part, as it undoubtedly will on the Me. in 1863. are the theme .
message from the American consul at of Belfast. USE IN FLORIDA WATERS !
part of congress. Port of Spain Trinidad saying that of the February installment of Mc-

t Utah Legislator Rejoice.By General Parades and seventeen other Clure's history of Christian Science. f

unanimous vote the lower house leaden of the revolutionary expedition The story Is told how Mrs. Eddy, at Regal Marine EnginesStand

t of the Utah legislature adopted a resolution had been captured and executed by that time the wife of a Mr. Patterson,

thanking and congratulatingthe the government troops. The struggleof had become a confirmed invalid and for the highest type of

United States senate on its action these revolutionists had lasted barely had beard of Quimby's wonderful cures mechanical skill and reliability
They are four cycle
in confirming the right of Senator a week and yet it was said to be and how she was treated by Quimby spark ignition automobile jump type,

Smoot to a seat in that body. There the most thoroughly organized affairof with great success, becoming his de- mechanical valves, float teed

was also much gratification among the kind in many years. The Pa- voted admirer and disciple. Qulmby's carburetor,enclosed crank case
} steam forged crank shaft and
;' active Republicans and leaders of the rades expedition bad sailed from New theory was then known as the "Science bronzed bearings. Have the

i Mormon church. York Dec 22 last and had waited at of Health" and "Christian Science." fewest number of working parts

Trinidad until the arrival of a large lIe held that in every individual therewere I consistent with a perfect oper-
two one being the truth, ating motor and many other
steam yacht bought in Liverpool. On persons
I FOREIGN I ezclos:?e features found only in the Regal
objection from the British authorities, I goodness and wisdom Into which he

he then changed his base to French had been born and the other formed :L"THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT

Kiulbar Answers Kuropatkin.The Guiana and entered Venezuela In the of matter sense and the accumulated :
cylinder 8 to 15 H
publication of General Kuropat state of Maturin Feb. 7. Parades was errors of time. The first knew nothingof p dSSSiXBaftssy&ssingie

kin's history of the RussoJapanesewar at one time Castro's prisoner of war sickness but was held In bondageby We also manufacture a line of heavy,slow speed, working engines

which was confiscated by the government For three years, but had been released the second the bonds consisting of from 6 H. P. single cylinder to 45 H. P. four cylinder.The .
by act of amnesty. false human beliefs and especially the
e and In which charges of cowardice : Idea of disease. Quimby's mission was many hundreds of Regal engine s now in operation throughout -
Japan Apparently Satufied. the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are
incompetence and disobedience I between giving.
to re-establish the natural harmony -

S "' were hurled at Russian officials of the sage Dispatches of the American from Tokyo exclusion after the bill pas-report the two beings. Instead of harp- G Get t a Regal in He Beginning Don't ExperimentHandsome

highest rank, has called forth an an- ing on the idea of sickness he harped
the tone of the leading new spa
ewer from General Kaulbars governor on the Idea of health, telling his pa explanatory catalogue mailed free on requestRegal
>ers as eminently pacific and quiet.
1 of Odessa. The book has placed upon tients that their diseases were errors Gasoline Engine Co.
; l Kaulbars the entire responsibility for of the Imagination. Under this man
a5 t % that after the present treaty shouldbe studies in 1864 and Cold Water
the great Russian defeat when Muk Mrs. Eddy pursued Michigan
concluded Japan would then seek
iii den was captured and fur the defeat: thus came to regard herself as a spiritual
r to remove consular jurisdiction and
t''' at Sandepu and the Sha river. On the healer
+ For this some sacrifice was necessary
- contrary Kaulbars that the defeat -
The news was not taken quite so calmly -
at the Sha river was chiefly due (Ii _
and the -- '- -
by the populace, especially
ti't to Kuropatkln's removing his reserves. Japanese in Hawaii were wroth The : Do You Think -- -- ---
Kaulbars that the real ofRussia's i
a.t' -. defeat says were lack of causes patriotIsm latter held a mass meeting; at Honolulu : For Yourself ? THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO
and cabled a resolution to l'resl-
and the revolutionary Ideas with Or.d you open your mouth like a young
dent Roosevelt protesting! in the name THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO
t ..- which the reserves* were imbued. to rd a. gulp down whatever food or mede !-
,,: of humanity and liberty against::: the
_ { gether with the activity of the Chinese prohibition of their immigration to the ma ,be offered you? THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO
' .1 bandits in obstructing the railroadKuropatkln's -I 'I' 1' 4 b
t United States, as It enslaved them permanently I r in Intelligent thlnklrr woman.
history is In three bulk ,
; to Hawaiian capitalists In need otN lVf from weakness,nervousness
., volumes, and the whole story is one pain and suXtVnp. then It means much to ,
:' of unprei aredness. disorganization an I Central Americans Fighting. ; you that therX\* tried tad trne hyr* l "."... .
: cross purposes In summing up the i While arrangements:; for arbitrationwere mf'<:!Idn" or g-JW.y. rpJEFQfrrjo". sold by IP"I:, :
causes of Russia defeit Kuropatkin ; still in progress:: Feb. 11thl' druggists f"r the evre(\1.)111110'4 1IIs.- //'i.

mentions the preponderance of Japa forces of Honduras and :Nicaragua engaged i 'F .j. t fi t r I :, ., ,
Tbe makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription II'0..,
nese forces their better preparedness, in n battle along: the border, and ...
for the cure of weak,nervous rundown .. : );\
a. their youth, lighter equipment and one report said that the :Nicaraguans, ,over-worked debilitated pain-rat..* "

mountain artillery their patriotism' having the best of the fight, invaded women knowing this medicine to be made up
i +t f their capable officers and "the insufficient : Honduras Another' rep)rt was that the of Ingredients every one of which hn: 'h" Q

warlike spirit of our own troopsin Invaders were driven l>a<'k with I losss. strongest possible indorsement of the I leading:

. consequence of the total obscurity Honduras fien: .ilT"ed war ,, and standard authorities of the several I' 14;!(.':"" -.
schools of practice. are perfectly willing and f F.
surrounding the objects and causes of Great Naval Basin Opened. ,
: in fact are only too glad to print as they da
the war." At 1.everitK">rt. t-nlau.1.: the new Nt'y-: the formula.or list of ingredients of whu'bIt

c Women Cabbies In Paris. him dixk-:. chick in connection with is composed, in plain Lnjlith, on every

a tile artificial basin tliyt}-n\e acres In bottle-wrapper.
Women cab drivers at last havemade
extent form the Greatest naval do':v- f *
their appearance on Pans streets I The formula of Dr 1'ierce Favorite Prescription
yard siheuie in the world were ui.enelI'els.'l.
in dead earnest Last week two women will tsar tbe most critical examination -
t received licenses and others hnet : :: From this to: .sin entrain i- of medical experts* for it contain no

.0 followed suit. Some of the mon drier \- made into three dK-ks 74H feet Ion._ alcohol, narcotics, armful, or habit-forming
and forty-h\e feet deep. drugs and DO agent enters into it that is nol
taking offense at this invasion or 4F i I Ipt
highly recommended by tbe most advanced
their province tried to crowd the wo- and leading medical teachers and authorities -

men drivers to the curb but this was LABORDemands I of their several schooLs of practice.

,: resented by tbe onlookers, who seized I These authorities recommend tbe Ingredient'OtlJrt $ I f tt r I
the offending male and used him roughIv. crccsKTvrrTTe Pre*.>irV>K>n foMh

The women drivers have beeu of Railway trackmen.The cure of e*.("th' en.. .anw ailrm-nts f"r trh.rttfrjj

much featured In the daily papers, new labor union, embracing all world-fa", ...} medlrlnetcadct.ed.

giving long interviews about their ex- section hands employed on railroads *' t '*'

eriences and feelings. west and southwest of Chicago, has No other medicine for woman's ills has any
such professional endursementasL'r. i'ierce
Religious Liberty For France.A asked the general managers' committee Favorite Prescription ha received.In the unqualified -

vote of confidence by an o>er- to exclude all aliens from employment recommendation of each of Its A line that meets all demands -
y last in track work. The men want a several Ingredients by scores of leading medical -

1 week whelming In the majority French chamber was given of depu- wage scale of $.5 a month for fore- men of all the schools of practice. Is both as to quality and price !
such an endorsement not worthy of your
men and $2 a day of eight hours for
ties to the ministry, which had Itself consideration T
church laborers. The union has promised ,. Selling Price from $450 to $850Full
previously approved of the T *
close affiliation with the other railway
"tf compromise programme of M Briand I I A booklet of Ingredients with numerous '
as opposed to the policy of Premier organizations.Pay autboratlve pro regional endorsements by the particulars sent on application
Clemenceau. M. Briand himself had of Miner Advanced. I I I leading medical authorities of this country
presented the case for the ministry In The Frick Coke company of Con- I will be maned fru0 any one sending name
and address with request for same. Address
a speech from the tribunal urging that nelteville. Pa., has announced an advance I I Dr.B. V. Pierce. Buffalo N. Y. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE TITUSYILLE

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llahment of new women"j coffees or ; e

,:..r. the enlargement of those now exist

ing. The reason given for paying at- Can'tMiss

Y.J tention first to the needs of women's

1 colleges is that these institutions unlike -

.- those for men do not have a 1

;'" class of
money making graduates to It.

draw upon. Those who do marry are

likely to choose college men, and the:

husband, if wealthy Is apt to give biff are'.j
So ailments
"f. f i i money to his own rather than to his many

wife's college. Such Institutions asi purely nervous affections,
; !" Vassar, Bryn Mawr, Barnard Wells, that you can hardly miss fit

Smith, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe and
Wellesley are all found to be inadequately if you try Dr. Miles'C

I provided and equipped for the N ervin e. It restores nerv-

l' number of students seeking admission. and .
ous energy-i through .
the board of education of its willingness I trial It I$ expected to begin about the j I The income of the board from the entire -

VLLEGI5LAIVE f I to admit Japanese children to the I[ middle of March. I I Rockefeller fund will now be its invigorating influence =

,, schools of the city but declared its superior In Findlay, (X, Mr. Rockefeller, j about i500.000 a year, and this will upon the nervous system,

!' right over a treaty to control through J. O. Troup, gave his personal be distributed In a general way among
0'1 YSmoot In His Own Defense. the : are strengthened. -
the public schools. It was known that bond In the sum of $1,000 for appear- Institutions in the great centers of pop- organs

: ._it, .t;.eed Smoot. the Mormon senator I this statement had been formally approved ance at the next term of court to answer i ulation rather than In the.country. Mr. The heart action is

,-, ,. ....tlbm. : Utah for the first time spoke to.! ] by President Roosevelt The to the charge of conspiracy Gates points out that there are forty better; digestion improved -

the senate in his pwn defense after 1 legal proceedings which have been in- against trade that is now pending in cities in this country, each with a population the

x .y two-thirds of his full term In office had i ibeen stituted to test the action of the boardof the court there. In addition to Mr. j of more than 100,000 persons sluggish condition

r consumed with a national cam- education will be dismissed upon Rockefeller's name, the bond Is signedby ; having virtually no local opportunitiesfor overcome, and healthy ac-

palgn of the church and reform organizations i motion of the government. James O. Troup and J. C. DonnelL I college education, mentioning such tivity reestablished."Dr. .

to have him excluded from.the, House Backs Big Ships. Catholic Lottery Held Up. cities as Louisville, Atlanta, Detroit: 1tI es' Nervine Is worth Its
Little Rock and Buffalo.
senate on ac The motion of Representative Burton The postal authorities at Cincinnati The men weight in gold to me. I did not knew
o I who will have the say about the distribution what ailed me. I had a good physician
official (Rep. 0.) to cut out the provisionfor have seized letters received there from i: of this but got no relief. I could not eat.
a second $10.000,000 battleship of Dublin Ireland containing tickets fora i large Income are sleep, work sit or stand. I was nearly-
'| George Foster Peabody, :Morris K. crazy. One day I picked up a paper and
with the Mormon the Dreadnought class was voted down lottery to aid the completion of a'j
I and Frederick the first thing that met my eye9iwxs
church and 14G to 114 by the house. Burton depre- Catholic church. Some of the prizes Jesup Gates, constituting an advertisement of Dr. Miles' Nerr*
e are in the third for the finance committee of the ine I concluded to try It and let the
Alleged polygamous cated the talk about war with Japan cash being $ ,;OO.
1 I board. Mr. Gates also disclaimed that doctor KO, and I did so. After taking
life. He and pointed out that as It Is now our Turpentine Trust Fined.In two bottles I could dress mvself. Then
tfl began by explicitly navy Is twice as large as that of Ja Rockefeller was actuated by any de- I began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure #
Savannah E. D. Shotter and J> F. f sire to interfere with the teachings in and now I can work and go out and
i/ denying the Chairman Tawney (Rep.. Minn.) { have
pan. told
C. Myers, chairman of the board of directors !1 and many the benefit I have received
existing colleges to im-
charge that he of the appropriations committee, sup- from these remedies and sev-
and vice president of the pede the growth of Socialism therein. eral of them have been cured by It
was not now porting Burton, said that we are now since. I am fifty-nine years old and
Naval Stores
company, as There was, he said, no to interfere -
and never had spending more for war than any other purpose pretty good vet
Individuals and the S. P. Shotter com- j with freedom of teaching ANNA R. PALMER.. Lewistown Pa.
n been a polyga- ,, nation, the total in 1905 being 57 percent Dr.
pany, the Patterson-Downing company, Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
mist. "I have the Standard Naval Stores American Educational Statistics. druggist, who will guarantee that the
a company I first bottle will benefit. If It fails, ho
t never had but Postal Bill Through House. and the Belgian company, as corpora- The latest annual report of United will refund your money.
? { lone wife," he States Commissioner of Education El-
Carrying an appropriation of over tions forming the turpentine trust, t Miles Medical Co. Elkhart
/ti' added, "and she : $: ,OOOOOO, which makes it the largest pleaded guilty In the United States ,' mer E. Brown, covering the year 100... Ind

i Is my present : of all the money bills, the post- court to indictments charging them i! shows a total of 18.896.213 pupils In 1a.

P V wife." He wenton : office appropriation measure passed the with conductin a turpentine trust in j j jvICTUivu public and private schools. The lengthof "_ __ .... _

j to say that i house, so altered In regard to the provision vi the Sherman antitrust law. I' the school term in days averaged

I Itwr the original Mormon for finding the average daily They were fined $:;,OQU and costs each 150.3. There were at work 111,125: The,ttoaPalwabkSd of tothimudBoat. 1

; a Smoot. revelation weight of mails, which is the basis for by Judge Speer, who administered a I jsevere male teachers and 34S.532 female Building Books ever ff>faked. f

t -, Reed concerning polygamy I payment to the railroads, as to enable lecture to the defendants in teachers. The cost of public education RUDDERHOWTO R 1
r; -1 was never and that i'was
j .::- .the'roads to draw $=..OOOO0n more than passing sentence. T.ue fines aggregated ; $'L49 per capita. Commissioner
f" the vast majority of the adherents of [ Brown notes the rapid Increase In the BOOKS
they would have done. All of the provisions $;c,0I.1O.
; i t his church to the pl'e8ent'time had
I for Increasing the pay; of 00 Walker Stole $565,000 Bonds. number of students receiving secondary Over;oco boats have been Sit from the lines
; been monogamists. Only one apostle instruction. printed in these bocks- Successfully sailed in l
';\ since 1807 had been chosen as a polygamist I per cent of the postal employees were Subsequent examination of the ac every clime and upon every sea-Full detail
finally left in the bilL As passed it drawing of al! parts, showing what it is and i
; and he had entered into the relation Savings how to nuke it-Text extremely simple. '
creates a joint commission of three I MISCELLANEOUSAmbassador I II
". before the manifesto of 1800
J senators and three members to investigate MOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
; against the practice. In his opinion W. F. Walker, had got away with M font__...l....t(.rk..a.T t.hiiiU; .|UIIK.all(._
all polygamists tAiould be prosecuted the entire business !system of the $5f,5.000 in bonds and that these had Arrives.On '-p. F-i..dog'.at f..a b.y t.In.r.tb.bu.ner...
department $75.000; being set aside for HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
1 to the law's limit. In closing he said: the clerical of this work. The been disposed of by Walker at New I board the White Star liner Oceanic fine boat for aftrnw ....1.11 or tMcfcinc abort b
expenses York that they could not be m'ulv Idahe'n."eduish r..rhwltlie..poeer
"I have so recov-
never taken oath .
or which arrived Xew
any bill now goes to the senate. at York on Feb. r+gt full piuaaaJ pitrtaiMoi completed beta
ered legally. Of this amount $ .OO)
obligation, religious or otherwise, which 21, were the Right lIon. James Bryce, HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP =
, conflicts with'my duty as a citizen Tell of Brownsville Plot. was from the state Baptist funds. Under new British ambassador fleet mess rql "' '-.DII' rairbinr ever dtsunifd; a jrrtorinnrr
>n AIMSI I. ANa 4 Aa.tralia.s to build i awn
or as a senator. I owe no allegiance to The senate committee continued its pressure of the loss the bank was to the United t.win wadFLOW

'gamy church or other organization whichIn examination of dismissed negro soldiers compelled to suspend. The reward of r States, and Mrs. TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
.(} of Walker Simpir u-tl. >rinil.. -J..wmir bow laconrti$ l |
Interferes with as witnesses in regard to the $ IJO for the arrest was | a m>c:
any way the .
mY'supreme Bryce. To reporters hall tor owv.tbu) woo? beveralatbrr plan
allegiance In civil affairs to my country shooting at Brownsville' Tex, last fall, then published broadcast --. he remarked HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
which was laid at their door. William fine all: armiml rniisin bat good cabin nallMt
an allegiance which I freely fully ; ;
Evelyn Thaw's Cross Examination. "Everybodymust ,uL-r. wit.lik tur,u I... vat n. ,
and gladly iw." Map, a private of Company C, told of
r When the trial of Harry Thaw for know that HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA

Next day the report of the committee overhearing a conversation between a the murder of Stanford White was renewed. :e great wish In England rJprrr kale t.ilwf boat,sub moderate o'erbao s sal
tank wl piaL
declaring Smoot not entitled to his seatwas white man in charge;; of the fort corral e' Is to have most
Doctors E\an* and Wagner, the
rejected by a vote of 4: to 2S nine and the man who had preceded him in I alienists for the defense: repeatedThaw's --f.; cordial relations tn I,u4drv.r.thmg straight:jost the craft for a boj
that position from which It appearedthat to begin witk;ou be bus very dKaptj toer.loop Crest rig
Republicans joining the Democrats conversation with them. lie r with the United
white citizens had planned to I j 1 HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA
against Smoot and three Pem'jcrats i tatl's. As to the
said hv never intended to shoot White, j I c' complete. dncnptiod nf bow to build a model;alao HMat
standing with the administration for catch a lot of the negro soldiers InAllison's I Illut that Providence had stepped in t t Kingston; incidentJames tkjJl vaeii w MM!nf.iwitla.! 1

him. It was noted that two members saloon' and massacre them. i and directed him. lIe said he merely Dryce.ue said, "Well,
,. $1.
of the committee and Dolliver Allison was the former soldier who had PRICE: EACH
Depew ; wanted to expose White's infamy. His Kingston Is not the
started the saloon the fort |
who had signed the near to world." lIe refused
report now i great fear was that the lawyers were however to dis
Bound in cloth -Gold lettering Size of
get the trade of the soldiers the pagt
negro j
changed their minds and voted againstit. I j in a conspiracy to railroad him to an ('usst1ythin verging on ivlitics and 9 by ii inches-Large, clearlyilravhn plans.
In the closing debate before the other ra locQ!( having barred negroes i asylum. After a struggle between I went directly Washington, where he
i opposing
out Other witnesses testified THE RUDDER PUBLISHING
that J CO.
vote Dubois denied the statement was entertained Rout
t counsel the will and codicil by Secretary and
when the firing first began it sounded I 9 MURRAY STREET NEW YORK U. S. A
made by Knox that polygamy iu Utah received most the -
j I rondo by Thaw cn the night of his mar- cordially by president
had ended. lIe said strong: influenceswere on the side of the fort opposite: from find ffslil for Catalogue of Books foe
j riage were odmitted in evidence. Tbe ."..LsMa.'' Library.

at work and that the presidentwas rapidly the town moved and around that the to persons the town firing side.Private I j testator had thus set apart $ I.r.oO.) In Alcohol Best Motor Fuel. ...........- ,

the open friend of Smoot. lie j| the bands of such men as Dr. Park- The report of the Maxwell fuel contest -
Harden said he overheard
told the side i that Major -
Republican they had hurst. Corastock. ami others to prosecute I ln-twwn New York and Boston to

got the Mormon vote, but at the expense ;- IVnrose. Major McComb and an I Stanford White for having ruined I show th. comparative merits of alcohol
other and that the sh'anJl'r
man talking : -
of the "moral support of the other girls besides Miss Xe.it also ,
remarked that if some soldiers j I Iwere ; : a I jrasoline lull kerosene in the propulsion
Christian and of the Unitcol !
men women
sum was devoted to prosecute any onej t of autoii'obiles was male 1mbIlie)1 -
not under arrest in !
pnt by o'clockthey
' States. IJovoridgp said that the j: suspected of killing Thaw. These provisions unlay. It shots that the engines ERRYS
would "kill every nteiar: soldier
millions of petition signers against I In Fort Brown:' II wen expected to bbow the nn with alcohol" dv 'I<.>i,ed more i.

Smoot expressed the sentiment of a sonivl condition of the defendant's : ixnver on hills than those using the -

,e misinformed public, and Foraker said I mind.A I other fu*>N. The reason was that Seedsprove

that Smoot bad proved a better character -I I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I II A searching and relentless cross vxnmiuation while the initial pr .
than any other senator bad aright I of Mrs. Evelyn Thaw was I less than with gasoline the mean effective their worth at harvest
to claim. Smoot was indeed so R' time. Afteroverfiftyyearsof
begun by I'itrictttorney Jerome lher
prxssurtis :nater.n
,. good a man that he almost doubted I The Great Northern 'Indicted. t Feb. 20. It sown became apparent |i I advantage of alcohol; was found to be success,\hey are pronounced
The federal grand jury at XeYork I the best and surest by careful
him having tune of the ordinary vices. i that the district attorneys intimate I Ij the absence of metallic founding.
moot's victory is understood to mean 'I returned an indictment against the i iI planters everywhere. Your
knowledge of the woman's '
j young pastwas t-iUMil to) premature sparking. All dear sells them. 1307 Seed
t his permanent detention in the senate ,I Great Northern railroad of which .J. J. j'I I drawn in i>art from a statement ]j I Ihm- of the li'iaids can be u*'*! in Aanil free on request

; by the Mormon church. Hill Is president for giving rebates to from her mother. Holmaii.i .
Mrs I
own the same carbureter, but at its presentI'ico D.31. F-FUTtY (''O, Detroit, Mlok.SO p

Japanese Exclusion a Fact. the sugar trust on two counts specifying i' His purpose was to undermine! tile alcohol is about two and a half

: With the president's slnature to the payusenN to Lowell ). rainier, credibility of Mrs. Thins previous tni: w as expensive as gasoline and YEARS ,

. ? new immigration bill the solution off the trust's traffic agent. Following; story( on the stand, and in pursuit of ( over three times as expensive: is kero- EXPERIENCE

the Japanese exclusion problem in Cal this it was intimated that the United Ii this his questions brought the adiuission j: scup.

1 ifornia is made i>o>;
t provision granting authority to the proceed n 'iinst other railroad cnrpw'rations !L relations! with White after her t( between New tork and Boston with 1i

president to exclude Japanese anti certain concerned in grain and ore re- \ first downfall: that she had received throe tars having identical mot'>......

other alien laborers who come to I bates< well a+ sugar anti; al
without i I the express l'ompanit'st the same !j ......i>on.l..il \viih i him after haw's fir. M
the United States passports.Iu ; Twenty-two persons are di'l l .unl TRADE MARKS
i time Attorney general llonaparte has p.al. She iulniiUcI that she came to
bill hail encounteredopposition DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
the senate the over 100 suffer with injuries; :1. tilt ri ,
instituted suits against a miuil>er of hc.tit'n'hitt"' statement that all women 't tc.
for three days led chieflyby I' i suit of the derailment of a portion of
railroad companies for violation of theI were secretly! unchaste. As the Anyone; wnding a sketch and dfvcrirrtion may
Tillinau, IfciciMi. Canuack and Culbcrson m electric train on the Harlem divisionj qnl!< Kly aixvrtam our opinion free wcr.er ao
i I j safety appliance law. based upon in- examination proceeded and she was invention tspnbablypatentable. ('oii.tumsMnctlJonaUentuiL ni..
who voiced the opposition of j I i j tin New York Central at New York. ll.uidbookou Patents
j formation st-cured by the interstate eonriH'Hwl to Ml of her tneetinz with Uldeot for
sent fie. agency f-wunnir patents.
of .
the foreign I-VU. 1C
south to principle | the train
the is! was rounding a Patents taken tbrwuvh Muna A ('t>. receiveprfvtl
commercecouimi.vsion.. I White :she broke down and wept con- vf( without charge, iu te
i cr
treaty rights taking precedence overstate i sharp tern at high sintsl. A rigid; ill-

authority. Senator Carmack arraigned -j| Milk Frauds In Illinois.; I vulsivelv. i vwtigatinn his shown; a total lack of Scientific Rm ritan.A .

the president; far being "harsh .\ si>ecSal report of Pure Food Com- carp on two p-jrt of official in testing: .
handsomely a/n.trated weekly Tjnvert rlr.culalnm
i and truculent" toward California and i j missioner Jones of Illinois to Governor EDUCATIONAL I II th new system and iu training the of an, iM-ieHtitlc JourrmJ.. Terms 13 a
1 veer: t"urno'ntbsL Ek>ldby"ll ne deaJen.
J pusillanimous toward Japan. lIe !| Deiieen and circulated among the legislators niotonnen.
t charged the president with speaking j reveals the fact that of thirty- The :steamer Berlin IHI1UJ.1 from KiigIin.l MUNN & Co 36iBroadwar, New York
To Benefit Worren's Branch<'fftoe. ;:5 V ft Washington.'.c.
i Colleges.
.t softly to a foreign nation and carrying j five cities inn':
a big i stick against his own people. I;I milk from unclean and insanitary Chairman dates <>f the general education i wrecked on a sand l."uk off tin- hook: +

;a, Senator Beveridge was the chief defender dairies sold within its limits while in I board who is John D. R-x-ke- !j I of Holland Thursday and was pounded KILLTHE Iera COUCHAND ,

of the Jlrl idt"nt's policy. .\!< seventy-sis suits the charge of adulter- feller's personal representative In the to pieceby the waves 110 of the CURE THE LUNGS

finally passed the measure received anon with formaldehyde was made In matter of educational donations au- passengers and crew being drowned.A .

practically the full strength of the Republican i' most cases the defendants pleading nouuces that one of the first u
senators and was opposed by I guilty. the great fund recently augmented by Sabishould WITH DfKiflg'S

Rockefellers gift of $3 ).OUO will be i
4 the Democrats, except that L'Fol- Standard Oil Not Guilty. 1 toe sunshine in the borne anti

1 lette voted with the Democrats and Pleas of not guilty the higher education of women. Mr. will be if :you give it White's Cream t ere New
j were formally entered -
Gates L quoted as saying that coeducation 1 i
)I'Eneryvith the Republicans. i by the Standard Oil in > mifiiifc, the greatest worm medicine ever
on this bill : company U no longer debatable, as it has i offered to suffering humanity. This remedy -
The conference report i I seven of the eight cases in which the Price
vote settled Itself by the necessities of the is becoming a perinan\nt fisture of
house by a
j was adopted In the divi company is under indictment in Chicago case. Both men's and women's colleges well regulated hOI1 ehol A mother FOR CONSUMPTION 50c &$1.00

of IS" to 101, practically a party I on charges of violating the El- are overcrowded, he says, and j with children can't pet along without a Free Trial.

sion. kins antirebate law. In the other casea i bottle of White' Cream Vermifuge in the
there is no or advantage In Guaranteed for all THROAT and
of the economy 1
Immediately after the passage similar pJl'had already been enter- hou? It is the purest and best medicine -
Francisco uniting them. The remedy to be applied LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
bill Mayor Scamitz of San j I e4- While no date has been set.tor. the that money can buy. Sold by Ret BACK.
J gave out a statement wi the., part; of bj the board win be the estab- Cross Pharmacy.


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:_ TPHE :FLORIDA A STAB. THREE LINES' STAfE- ROADS Motor Boat Races at Eau Gallic ,- ,,

The motor boat races: at Eau Gallie last r

.Entered at the postoffiee'Tttnsrflle as Friday went off without a bitch, the day ..
me Iclilliuns> Bill fill Suit the Pea .
t x 4 eond-elass mail matter. was perfect and everybody: reports a lice ..

'BtlU'B.W..... Editor a.d r WUber. ple of Bmird County time. The interest in the Consider Pe-ru.na
tered in the boat races,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBMNQ Sharpes, Flar. Feb. 20, 1907. given in the following tables

What good is to be accomplishedby To Editor of TIlE FLOMDA STAK. Slow Speed & Finest Remedy

a kicking and cursing the trust #. The newspapers over the state, with Name Owner

# V magnates who are giving their few exception, are agitating the good Lee Hodgson 10 00

.rt 4c wealth to charity? Why not let roads movement and the proceedings of JeeeSe Near 10 03 On TIteMarket _
boards of county commissioners,as well as oeJefferson Fowler 10 03
it in this ? Is it
them disburse way "
45" McGowan 10 00
boards of trade, ia acting upon the eame
not better that it should go to help Elcanaw Carr 10 04 t..: .
the of education and the line.Our Eureka 7" Lorillard 10 05
= along cause
board baa urged the people to The Inn McMillan 10 06
I.- cause of science than' to be hoarded meet and discuss the question of bonding Tonapah Bennett 10 08

V and finally left to heirs who will not for good roads. I Lillian P. Penney 10 08 Worthy hhr.. .: '

: know how to make good use of it?* In the Times-Union, of the 19th inst., Augusta Kansas City Merrill Couch 10 1010 OS PERU-K NOy r. --tc _

: is a sensible quarter column on hard road Lorna Doon McAllister 1010

ti .Those women who are seeking the system throughout the state, and, to. my Marion Hodgson 10 Of Hie y AAaNih

.. suffrage do not seem to realize that mind, a very sensible proposition to be Joker Water Lilly S.FishCo.Lorillard! 10

there are problems of their own to embodied in a bill before the next legislature Carlos II Booth 1014 a..cnaCoto s.

which they could give their time and by Hon. W. A. McWilliams, of Hatasoo Wells 1014 touaMSGarr[.
St. Johns county, to have the state lease essieB.! Beaojean 1014 M.1bl
attention, and that, too, with great Needlefish Houston 10 C aaMJ
out half of the 1,200 convicts of the state
benefit to mankind. If they should Rabbit Pntcbard 10
and the funds in Att
nee maintaining the
apply themselves to these problems First The R'I
prize won by
other 600 while the roads.
working on
perhaps they won't have time to devote Second prize won by the 0 AWj
;k One of these roads proposed to be Third prize won by
to the problems with which milt is from Jacksonville to Miami, and Fourth prize won by Good'p

men concern themselves. One of will run practically by every man's door Course 5} statute miles. i # 17.Ljeai

these problems is that relating to in Brevard county. II
High Speed
domestic servants. What can we do to help this matter ,

along and how can we do it? What material Name Owner .
Today, March 1st, marks the close have we to. offer, atd what is its Ram Ronald

of the game season in Florida. It is character? Oar board of county commissioners Baby Friday Bullet 13 Paddison Pritchett! 11 Celeste CoveH. I ? !; ''"

a crime to kill game birds, such as and our boards of trade will, no Blanche II Coggin: 11 \

turkey etc. at time except doubt, do their share and meet any prop
quail, any First prize won by
4 from November 1st to March osition half way, at I least. But Mr. Editor -! Second prize won by
he who waits for something! to happen Third prize won by /
is fine of not less jJ /
: 1st. The penalty a ( (
is doomed to disappointment. Our V iL I
: than im-! Course 5} statute miles, .
than $25 nor more $100, or
people, so far as I have seen, have the .
{. .. : prisonment not less than 30 days nor In the afternoon the
roads travel have had
worst to over they
the center of attraction. Recommending PC-TD-M to Her Friends.
more than 60 days. Deer can only for It is weather of ,
years. dry large crowd, probably 700 Covell, formerly President of the BeUy ROM Educational !
be killed during November. Decem- the dry weather makes the best con -
present. Society,writes from 1432 Harrison street,Chicago,11L:
ber and January. The fine penaltyis dition for getting out good road material The game was close and those who have suffered with influenza and have been cured can

the same as above for game birds, and repairing and building that has been both sides, the score how grateful I feel that such a splendid medicine as Peroas has \

I 'V 'V V while the jail sentence is not less done for a number of years. favor of the K. M. I. & at the door of every man and woman. I only wish that J knew

than three months more than The question is asked: What material qualities.
c; nor was another contest which
of catarrh of the stomach. and
head I hare seen some remarkable
.- have we? I answer, lime, rock and accompanying -
six months. This is for each deer in favor of Stetson. its use. I consider your Peruna the finest remedy on the
low marl about in the
killed out of the open season, and right: The 100 ya-d foot race and worthy of the confidence of all good people."

the finding of such game in posses- proportion in unlimited abundance. and Christian was won by - .. . . . . .

J ion of them to Where? On Merntta Island. Is it durable few inches. Christian had Pe-rn-na. I 1 I tion Impaired by overwork, I LIT
anyone subjects pros- ? A road properly made,of it will last These two men will run ) J. Bordner, 1311 Maple found nothing that LM dcae ao mack

ecution. almost indefinitely. How*io! we know? The ball at night was a ,P..,writes: II good M Permit. At a tonic it U grand."I .
1 Because we have small pieces of road imperfectly found s cure inPenma. I can take pleasure In recoumendlng;It
with hundred
The offer of a responsible party to built of this material,which can fully two Peruna enough. I also. to professional people and to toe public
Music for the
construct one mile of concrete road, and ought to be inspected. It is crudely occasion was for your kind attention to in general."
bond for its reliability at the violin, cornet and piano. as well as could be ever since Praise r.r Pe-rc-iu.
giving done, but 15 years' wear makes no indication -
A club has been
rate of $1,000 a mile, is a subject that that it will not be good for 15 or yacht Pemna. :Miss Ella L. Matthews, lox 111, Hill
the will be
regatta an Letter to the Public. City,Tenn., writes:
is interesting the people of St. Johns 30 more years. This marl rock is in a
Washington's birthday, Johnson, 1929 85th street, "From experience I have decided that
county. The Record, of St. Augustine marsh principally, but dry most of the Brooklyn Y., writes: there could be no greater medicine ia

., 4 is anxious that the offer should time and on the surface, hardened by the Dr. Daniel Buys the my experiments with medi the world than Peruna. a-a ever ready
.f sun and barren because of its abundancein effort to improve a condirmiiiiiiiViuiiViiriiimiiiii'iaVi.Vi- to praise Peruna to my french"
be tested on a scale-say for a distance -
J. Sills Daniel
many places. I saw recently a man -
.j feet-at estimated
of 100 an
and medical FLA."I
cutting a ditch through some of this land specialist '
s' cost of say $20. Suppose one-half: and using only a shovel and pick. Canit who has been touring the N

the will be for cement and (for the thirteen
expense be had? As sure as water will float a past
4 one-half for labor. Now at this rate midst. The doctor baa ju
,, barge and at much less expense than i if:
100 feet will cost$20.00-five barrelsof it was surrounded by land. At what St. Johns river from
The FertilizersFifty
cement and $10.00 for labor. Of price? For the asking only, or rather Winder and he pronounces Mapes

course these are carload rates, but taking, as "Uncle Sam" would onlv be I flora and scenery of this

.' ; for experimental purposes they are too glad to have it so appropriated. ]I unsurpassed by the mighty

ft not far out of the way. If it proves venture to say that if a barge load of this i,or the majestic Amazon on
it will have he has recently trodden.
crushed be
rock, as to was
all that is claimed for it we might three
f solution of the landed at any place along the river bank, The doctor is in years' experience throngh gen-
have a paving problem -
: accessible by a road, that the people for: a satisfactory location of the Mapes family.

L in short order would put it on free of cost.I modern, up-to-date inval. j We are a household word all over fair Florida.

Ft notice in the cost of road work for pharmacy.After Our thirtieth in the
t' The Good Roads Question year state.
nval[ county for February that about a few days' rest he
The people of Florida are very $700 out of the $;OOO for total expenditure his itinerary down the Our goods combine safety, reliability and ..

r much in earnest in regard to securing was for rock. As I view our situ. (which he terms the ) for the grower. Ii;

good durable and lasting roads. ation and as I understand it, we can builda Miami thence to Nassau No dangerous compounds. ::

They are a necessity and the mak permanent hard surfaced road cheaper place he will sail for Ask our agents for pamphlets and find the

ing of them is a business propositionpure than any part of the tate, judging by via Key West to Tampa, why you onght to buy our goods.
and simple and therefore to ac- what I bate read, and more durable. the west coast: of Florida ;;:

Think of vitrified brick at $10,000 per The doctor is becoming
results there be
complish must some mile and not to compare with this rock to our quiet little town and Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro., Titusvillo
well defined plan of action and that
in durability. nizant of its many \' M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, Rocklledga
plan must have a head. /
Bond*-If bonls mean permanentlygood purpose and speaks highly
t' T. Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann, Merritt
We have had experience along the road, economically built, I am in ity of our ptople. We \\ E. R. Provost Lotus iii:
line of working hap-hazard-doing a Favor of tlem.; Bonds mean tax, so do lightful journey southward; I

little here and there, using the means shoes and every necessity of life. Roadsare return
and materials at hand. This has not as necessary as any one necessity and Dr. Daniel has become a Y VY >> YYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYI>> >> YYYLt UY Y Y >1V YY

been satisfying at all, and called enter into comfort as much.I zen and property owrer

: forth the bonding plan in some counties was nitul to attend a good roads having recently lurcha.- Notice I'ROBBINS

and lately this has been suggested meeting: last evening; l but the road was !0 residence of Banker W. M at the following places! for the I
e kid I dec!11:rd to go ner Palm and Julia street". of assessing the taxes for If/Oi./
: by the commissioners
t county Yours wry truly, mirable location in the c: [ >it as a great favor if ail would GRAHAM
I of Brevard. I at the designated: places at the :
, W. II. !"n.tiut, Tins home t now named ) i ; *"
The bonding plan is alright when most sumptuously ---- i
earlier and
the money is spent in the wisest man- The United States, gunboat Clou tor has only to walk in : > (Incorporated Paid np Capital {gftu' ,W,

.. + ner possible and is made to accom- center which was> Mown ashore in hat. We have not )learned W. II, HALL, Tax A<. eor. This company owns lands
i Tuesday, :Mach "th, at t- in the Indian River Country -
: plishthe intended purposes. How- Pen>acola harbor during the hurricaneof ation but understand it i" po : ,on the M. I.ncie River

ever, we believe that the proposed last September. was floated Wel- sidtrirg the value of the Wetlmrtdaj, March 6tb, at at New River and on Biscayne -

bill of Hon. \V. A. McWilliams nesda>. The vessel is badly damaged The doctor sacs that his j' Bay.

.3 t r (which will be found in another col. and will go into dr> dock in a ft'w'' f-illy formed but he exi- ,Thursday morning::, March 7th,1| PRICES TO SUIT THE: TIMES.

, 3 umn and is also referred to b\ Capt. dajs It was necessary to cut a channel here eight months in the l .. Friday morning, March 8th, I!. Send for land list,
few change OFFICES .
Sharpe in his letter to THE STAR on from deep water to the point minor in '-. I
where the Gloucester was ashore. will open up a strictly i :Monday morning, March 11th, i i TITUSVILLE AND MI\MI
if enacted will
this )
page very sum and pharmacy. I -- .. .-. --

properly fill the bill for the present Always Keep Chamberlain Cough I.eiue- Our people welcome the TueMJUy, March 12th Coop i I EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

at least. Brevard will be most excellently d;, In the House town and predict for him a ", Wdne-daj, March 14th !

. served by a highway con "We would not be without Chamoer success. Q. F. DUiEl,Ageat.y ,
; structed from Jacksonville to Miami lain's Cough Remedy. It i$ kept on -- -
hand continually in home OA.S & FORT ;
our says
I' for it will practically serve all who I W. W. Kearney, editor of the Independent 1- Bean tLr You : Florida
live on the west side of the river. I' (Awry City, Mo. Tl.at i*just what Bptue! cC# :-=> __ and
: We favor the McWilliams bill and every family should do. when! kept at d and Repair Work''
hand ready for instant UH, a cold may be ( = WesternHeats
fi are pleased to see that the people checked at the outset and cured in much] ---- -- 'I

of the fourth district have endorsed I less time than after it has become Fettle JAMES C. SPELL '" s )
in the system. This remedy i@also with. FLA. i i '-V
it. The special act for bonding Bre-
out a peer for croup in children, and will
4* 3> vard can be passed and held to await prevent the attack when given as soon as Physician and made and repaired. Horse Shoeing i'\
Work from of Indian
r the outcome of the workings of the the child becomes hoarse, or even after anywhere" in the any county part will receive of all Kinds,
the croupy cough appears, which can only 'Phone 17TITUSVILLE attention. We stand the freight
bill which
proposed McWilliams we I'
be done when the remedy is kept at guarantee to give you satisfac
, '., believe will become a law. hand. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. us your work. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.6A .

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:' .r' NETSFAIR The through parlor car trap arriving T.s

1--t '''-...- ..y' .', : here at 7:25 p. m. was composed of
' nine coaches and each of them was

< i 1t I FLORIDA loaded to its utmost capacity. The .

., :. : heaviest train to arrive here previousto

:: 'i 'tilt- is Bring Done Toiuds the De- the, above was one of last week.
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brought six parlor cars.-
&; f" ,: v, "A SJ*idopment of the. Peninsula Miami Record.A S AVOID
f : :i -
:' ? Tte Jail at Danla was burned to the P
. ,. }t, ;. ,, Humane
.. Appeal
'. A ''# ground, Saturday night

x} !? ;,::. The John H. Sparks Shows have A humane citizen of Richmond Ind.. .
; Mr. U. D. Williams 107 West Main St., .5
i JK"' ? ._ 'Into winter Quarters In Fenian- says: "I appeal to all persons with weak

; ,, :, ; dlna. lungs to take Dr. King's New Discovery, a=
: tbe only remedy that has helped me and
l" St. Petersburg's mid-winter fair
folly comes np to the proprietor's recom AN UNSEEN DANGER
-.P'4 ":l\: came to a close last Friday night. It mendation." It saves more lives than

T, ; ; was a 'great success. all ether remedies pot together. Used as
$ a cough and cold cure the world over.
: z}' : A recent shows that the
: Cures asthma, bronchitis, croup whoop-
.. t 1 :;'" population of St. :Petersburg is now ing cough, quinsy hoarseness and INFOODS

" ;r it 3.235 Two years ago it was 2227. phthisic stops hemorrhages of the longs
and builds them np. Guaranteed at Red
The first tarpon of the season Cross Pharmacy. 50c. and $1.00. Trial TO GUARD"SHIPScainst the unseen danger at toi,

; ,. caught at Miami a six-footer was i bottle free. the United States Government maintains lighthouses.

, ,1 ., t. landed Friday In Biscayne Bay. *
, i ,r The State Bank of Zolfo is a new Good Roads Mass Meeting: To guard your home against the un-

.Ji : financial institution with a capital of ,A good roads mass meeting was heldat seen dangers of food products the Govern-

. y Z : 15000. The bank will open for business Cocoa Feb. 26th at which E. P. Por- ,

: on March 1st. cher was chairman and John A. Fiske ment has enacted a pure food law. The
: t"
;:: ,h Commodore H. C. Roome has taken secretary. law compels the manufacturers of baking
The proposed bill of Hon. W. A. Mc-
,complete charge of the Miami Street
",. William, of St. Johns county was ably powder to print the ingredients on the
Railway and will superintend the -
', operations discussed by W. H. Sharpe, J. F. Woolen .. ;.:
label of each
, i- of the line. and the chairman.The ,can.

; ;: J. M. Jolley editor of the Daytona question of road material was then ; The Government has made the label your protection ",

1i: Halifax Journal, has been nominated taken np and discussed by all the parties "'-. so that you can avoid ahim-read it car uIIy, if it doe not
!.: ; .by President Roosevelt for another '
present. :
say pure cream: of tartar hand h back and
}.J ; term as postmaster at Daytona. Resolved, That the McWilliams bill be

.' Colonel Robert W. Davis has been endorsed and that our senator and repre-
'. SqplaintRo V
:, appointed attorney for the Board of sentative be asked to support the meas ,

_:: Public Works of Tampa succeeding

_ Hon. John P. Wall who resigned. ure.The chairman appointed J. F. Woolen a I BAKING '

W. H. Sharpe and T. A. Robinson a com-
Twelve hundred heard the
people ,
< mittee to draft a resolution and have it IMl.POWDER
. Miami Choral Society render the oratorio -
put into the proper hands, also to have
t. "The Holy City" at the Royal same published in the county papers with ROYAL is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder-a pure

Palm Hotel ''Miami, last Sunday night. the minutes of this meeting.The product of grapes-aids the digestion -adds to the health \

j Walter Twedell of Homestead,who
8 I Ii resolution is as follows: fie of food.
;' has 100 crates of beans, which he is I
Resolved, At a mass meeting of the citizens .M
L shipping received $8.24 per crate for. of the fourth county commissioner's t

:4 .:'If his first shipment, says the Miami district of Brevard Co., Fla., held at Cocoa -

: i News. Feb. 26th, 1907, for the purpose of 1

'-, -, ...:-,<( '. Governor Broward has appointed discussing the subject of good roads it \f\junction\ Granted. Pensacola harbor by the firing of one I Mr. Dan Prescott, who lives near '
", ). cf the 12-inch rifles. One of the Connelly Station, was In the city Sat-
i.-_ _) John T. Lewis, of Marion County supervisor was resolved that we endorse the pro (Times-Union.)
posed bill of the lion.W.A.McWilliams, primers failed to ignite the charge urday with a load of sweet potatoes.He .
ti; 'J> of State convicts to fill the Judge James W. Locke in the
.' of St. Johns published in several i and after waiting a few minutes claimed to be entitled to a prize
county as
. : vacancy caused by the resignation of United States Circuit Court, has
l: N. A. Blitch. of the state papers of recent Jate and granted the prayer of the Colonial Leonard inserted a new primer. The for raising the largest number of

we further ask our senator and representative gun fired just as Leonard was leavingthe bushels to the acre of any farmer in
Announcement is made of the appointment Trust Company of New York for an
1 : of Captain William H. in the ensuing legislature to use Injunction restraining pending final breech-block throwing him some Orange County. Six acres of Florida
their best efforts to secure tbe passage of distance away. His skull, was frac- sand yielded him 3,000 bushels of
Lucas to be Collector o( Customs at disposition of the suit the FloridaEast
said bill and we request our county papers tured, two ribs broken and he was yams and the only fertilizer he used
Coast the Railroad
the port of Jacksonville for another Railway,
to publish this resolution.The otherwise bruised. His home is in was manure. He says if anyone
four years' term. Commissioners of Florida, and the t
\ meeting then adjourned subject to several prosecuting attorneys from Chicago. doubts this, let them call at his place
A serious collision between two the call of the chairman. and he will show them the groundand
-Ti k street cars occurred In Tampa Tues- enforcing or attempting to enforce DearoeM Cannot Be Cured potatoes and explain how it was
the law fixing three cents per mile as By local applications as they cannot reach the
: day morning resulting in the serious Letter to C. J. Denham done.-orlando Reporter-Star.
the maximum railroad fare. diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
injury of Miss Dora Metcalf and in Titusville, Fla. way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional -
i minor injuries of other passengers. The defendants are not only restrained remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed Care Blood Skin DIfreaite Cancer,Great
Sir If should bake bread
R : you from enforcing the ".threecentfare" condition of the mucous lining of the
Governor Broward has called a spe- that people like better than any other, eustachian tube. When this tube inflamed est Blood Purifier Free
cial Senatorial election for the and at less cost by the day you'd have a rule, but also from en- you have a rutnblingsoand or imperfect hearing If your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
pretty good business wouldn't you? forcing the rule requiring the estab ,and when it fa entirely closed deafness is hot or full of humors, if you have blood
Twelfth Senatorial District, which the result,and unless the inflammation be
We have just such a business that can
lishment railroad Cocoanut carbuncles
of agency at poison, cancer, eating sores
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
comprises the counties of LaFayetteand in painta; gallon goes further than any Grove. condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; scrofula, eczema, itching risings and
Taylor. The date set is March other gallon of paint in the country- nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh bumps scabby pimply skin bone pain,
that's bread at lees cost by the day bin The order of the court granting the
l ; which is nothing but an inflamed condition of catarrh rheumatism or any blood or
26th.Many the difference isn't en small as it is in temporary injunction states that the the mucous surfaces.We skin disease, take Botanic Blood BalmB.
of the pineapples at Pompano bread. And a job wears longer-tliat'! complaints have showed and alleged will give One Hundred Dollars for any ( B. B.) Soon all sores heal,aches and
The fields that bread at less cost by the year. People case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can pains stop and the blood is made pure
are blooming. "facts for the impairment of the In- !
hate to paint; it coots money to paint; not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for and rich. Druggists or by express $1 per 1
: s; heavily fertilized are showing fruit and they hate the fuss. They like our come of the property whuch must circulars,free. CHENEY large Itottle. Sample free by writingBlood
F. J. &
e : ; z earlier than ever before. This shows bread by the year. necessarily impair the value of the securities r-?Sold by druggists.Sc. CO.Toledo,0. Balm Co., .Atlanta Ga. B. B. B. ,
the cold did not hurt the plants.- If your bread is better than anyltody of the trust Hall's Family fills are the best. is especially advised for chronic, deep-
't else's and costs less too, you've pit a seated cases, as it cures after all else fails.
Miami News.
good trade; for people do like good bread; Bond was fixed at $50,000 and the Weekly Weather Report. I
-4 ,' A popular appointment just announced and people like money. It doesn't take temporary Injunction will go into
find Vm time.
is that of Frank Walpole, Ions to out; jfiv effect immediately, holding until the : BCKEAD.JCTITER .
f But you can't bake better.than-any- I All concerned take notice that I will
'::: .i'. editor of the Manatee Record to bet body-efse'a bread for half the usual price case is finally disposed of. FLA., Feb. 27. 1907. introduce in the next legislature a bill to

Treasurer Manatee County to fill for a breakfast, can you? The suit is in action brought to restrain Comparative statement of temperatures abolish the county court of Brevard coun-

ry the vacancy caused.by the death of J. De\oe is just Midi paint as that. The the Florida East Coast Railway and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. ty, Florida. WADE H. JONES'
price by the gallon or loaf is no matter 1907 190U Representative.January .
from the
Nettles. obeying referred
W. to
Count by the day week month year DATEMX.. MIS. M\X. MIX. 23rd, 1007.
) Thomas Tomlinson a negro was lifetime. Devoe is the bread. We hope above and was brought by the Co- Feb. 20. 77 bO 75 69

hanged in Orlando Tuesday morning your is ai good. lonial Trust Company of New York .". 21. 68 41! 73 64
Yours truly 22. 73 50 66 54 Notice
:. for the murder of LIge Sargent, also F. W.:DEVoEA.ro through Major Alexander St. Clair. S3 77 5S 75 53
Abrams. 24 73 68 77 69 AH concerned take notice that I will
,: colored at Overstreet's turpentine 24 New York.P. :::i..5 53 78 61 introduce a bill in the next legislature to
1 still, near Lockhart Orange Count, i-. Ja. Pnteharti H Son sell our paint. The respondents are the Florida 28. 76 63 73 53 I amend chapter 45fi2 of the laws of Florida -
of October 1906. East Coast Railway, the Railroad Com- Total rainfall for the week 00 inrbrs. HJ as to exclude all that part of Moa- l
the first
Departure rainfall for the week minus.63
Struck Oil. in Brevard from
missioners of Florida W. M. Ellis as inches. quito lagoon lying county
The Supreme Court of Florida has the operation of said chapter.
Sanford( Chronicle.) Attorney General and State Attorneys Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st minus
:, confirmed the decision of the lower 5.33 inches. WADE II. Jones
I Ir One liar last week! while backingsome in the Fourth Seventh and Eighth Judicial H. HAKDIV., Representative.January .
r courts in awarding the plaintiff dam
sidetrack the coal Circuits. Official in ChalYe.I 23rd, 1307.f .
cars on a near
ages to the amount of $14,000 in the i I
chute, one of the cars jumped the
case of Mrs. Lillian G. Sloan against'
i; the Jacksonville Electric Companj. track and struck the oil tank, containing The Rawlinson Case. I OOO OOOOO OOOOO 0009

< some 1$,)<><) gallons. You can Referring to the preliminary pro-
launch Lee S., one of
The auxiliary
.T : strike oil most anywhere in that sec- ceedings of the Circuit Court at Fort f
r :- the contestants in the flag-to-flag race I
tion now. One old dark dug a hole Pierce, the St. Lucie County Tribune =
: from Miami to Nassau is reported Most people know that if they have
: and saved twenty gallons of oil in a says:

i; safe at Bimini. The boat had been little while. "The grand jury presented a true 4&tL t been sick they need Scott'j Em til' t
missing for several days, and great
bill charging W. C. Rawlinson with
anxiety was felt for the safety of the lion to bring back health and strength.
murder in the first degree in the aQa

crew. murder of Hon. Charles T. McCartr.Wedne&daj .
While digging a hole on his place in Don't PushThe morning the prisoner was i But the strongest point about S cot'J'o

., the northeastern part of the city Tuesday arraigned and entered a plea of not : Emulsion is that you don't have to be

r: morning Mr. W. F. Scott unearthed horse can draw the guilty. He was represented by Otis sick to get results from it

J' : an Indian arrow head. It is load without help, if you R. Parker A. D. Penney and D. L. (Ja I

; made of flint and the splendid work- reduce friction to almost Gaulden. Counsel for defendant en- :
It the athlete's fat
maker g: keeps up strength, puts
> manship it shows stamps nothing by applying tered two motions, one for a change of ,
::,' an artist In his line.-Fernandina Ree1" venue and the other for a continuance on thin people, makes a fretful baby happy tQto

ord.Alfred M1caAxl lof the case until the next term of brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, and prevents ,

Sargent, the negro conuctedof court Both motions were argued at ;
i 0 coughs colds and consumption. 1.
murdering an aged white man reaseto ,length, and Judge Jones denied the application -
k store in for a change of but
John Skeels in the venue :
,. the wheels. Food in concentrated form for sick ando
.: the northern suburbs of Jacksonville sustained the motion for a continuanceof

r.., several months ago has been sentenced No other lubri- the case until the next term of wen young and old, rich and poor. 9Ol

f, by Judge Call to be hanged. cant ever made court

Ji The date will be set by the Gov wears so long And it contains no drugs and no alcohoL :
and saves so HalTL.. Leonard
a first-class
:, .' ernor. Next time
tir this season hone power. ,ner of the Twenty-fifth Company of ALL DRUGGISTS; 5Oc. AND 100. *
The record el travel for MICA Arts GRXASC. '
try Coast Artillery was perhaps fatally In-
t 1Y on the Florida East Coast Railway Standard Oil Co. i
Jured late Thursday at Fort Pickens OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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;.- It TOT Invent rerultr,healthy increment thowcUcrerrdiT.Toa'nillorwUIbe. Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.

: Ibitjs Being Done Towards tie Development jowcli( open,and M well. Force.:; IB' .tb Keep>kmp year of s1J' .It :<
mlut thrtie or pill potion,1> duprovs. The Almost everybody who reads the newspapers "NUBLACK"Loaded
r :: of the Peninsula mootktit..cutest most perfect way vr kvcpiaf b sure to know of the wonderful *
.7 tit*1aow.Ja dear sad eleftn U to take .
CANDYCATHARTIC I' J cures made by Dr.
< Grapefruit Is now being shipped by"i 11 Kilmer's Swamp-Root

the ,carload from MiamL jl the great kidney, liver Black Powder Shelly
[Land bladder remedy.
A wet and dry election in Gadsden 'C s It is the great medi-

County will be held on March 2Cth. cal triumph of the nine Shoot Strong and Evenly,

teenth century; discovered -
Major George W. Shorkley United ill I! after years of Are Sure Fire, t "

a States Army (retired) died suddenly I scientific research by

Y 1:;':. at Hawthorne last Wednesday. I ,| Dr. Kilmer, the eminent = + Will Stand Reloading.
.... Hobson kidney and blad- Afi rZy 4 _
Congressman Richmond P. EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY. der specialist and is '-
R .'< Is among the attractions secured for Pleuant. Palatable Potent, TMTV Oood. Do wonderfully successful in promptly curing They Always Get The Game.
Good. Never SUien.Weaken or Gripe; 10,25 and lame back bladder uric
kidney, acid'trou-
the; St. Petersburg Chautauqua. W caner per box. Write for free sample,and book. i y' j{
Jet health. Address 433 bles and Bright's Disease,which is the worst .t.a.

If no frost comes to injure the Sterling Rwnetfr Company, Chicago or New York. form of kidney trouble. } For Sale Everywhere.Florida .
-( .': bloom and young fruit Yolusia County KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended -
for everything but if you have kid-
1 will ship a fine crop of peaches the ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found

; \ coming spring and summer. The T. Maims, secretary and treasurer. Just the remedy you need. It has been testedIn

orchards are In fine condition, and so many ways, in hospital work,in private
This, company owns a patent on anew practice, the helpless too to
among -
the trees loaded with their beautiful poor purchase
appliance for the direct application relief and has proved so successful in "

pink bloom.-Volusia County Record. of the power to each- of the every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this East Coast Railway "I
:. The city of West Palm Beach will four wheels of the automobile. The who have paper ,
not already tried it, may have a
# at the next session of the State Legislature patent is considered a valuable one, sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book Local Time Card Ko. W. In Effect Jaaaary l 19f.

ask that body to pass an act and the company will develop It. telling more about Swamp-Root and how to ,

providing for the enlargement of the find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
It said that the Florida East
::.. territorial limits 'of the city. The now When writing mention reading this generous Jfo. 99 ':No.:-7-*No. 74>o. i! \;.-W8
fo-i Coast Railway will abandon the Idea'of offer in this paper :and Daily DaIJY'naIlY'DaIlY/; ( / STATIONS Daily I/ah7'DatlyUri1F
; new section proposed to be embraced laying pipe line for conveying send your address to It 1 -n_ ]1 I._ I n'n'
district a & 8 am 4 SotM, 9 ass> S wm LT.,. -_.Jacksonville_..._.Ar| 1P.I 7 r 41u-t 'la
4 In the city limits is the drainage water to various points in the keysas Dr. Kilmer Co.Bing- ?' .- 4 28nt 9 2Nur_ I I H _South Jacksmrllie.Ly'' 7 ?yf4_._I 7 3.Ur... .... _
c hamton, N. Y. The 93Ci>M 5 *":! 10 40K 9 IUAII ._...L Auustine___._ 6f! 640PKJ 63UMI.. 7 3dar
far as Key West, and Instead will regular fifty cent and Home of Swamp-Boot. 6 WIt 18/u1/ '_ ,I I" Hasting.._. __ 6 3I**__...4 6 I 42ASI .. _
With their orange crops peach carry it in tank cars from Manatee dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. 10: loci 6 !'sy 113.AIJ 9 SPAM; LT. East 'alath.Lv IIN! 6 42P? I b) 25aa 6 2918l0
r- -1().;rI2-00 Nt: l O ,AM\r! Palatt- .... LVI 4w 4 &4tl 6 00A1t 6 DJs
crops and truck gardens on the Lake Creek, where a pumping station has Don't make any mistake but rememberthe 9 iirpr 4 5 Pt 11 loci 9 2 ar Lv.- ._ PtJ.th-\rI2Q.! .2.!! r. MtJ& _6 wAIt:

Louise muck lands, the people of the. II bee In operation for some time. The name. Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- .. 7 S 12/pw.... .-- __San Mateo.J.\ 10)n.4_. ....... .._.
Boot and the address Binghamton. N. Y., 8 O i 10 ese 7 t ej 1 5AJI Lv. __bn Mateo.. \r 2-,"", ....._.. 7 -AJI 7 4'Ae
Seville section, In the north end of sW --cc-nnnlv of-- water at this Doint- is un- on every bottle. .....- 73lv122:8 .--' Lv_BunnelU.._ .......::..L2F11 ._ -129/111/ __

the county, are getting on ,well, all Imited and the tank car method is -- 74n, 12ai plr___ .a_.J>llllOnt....__.... .. -118_......_ .. ::&AJI.....__ r
John 8 23 t__...1 J1lf1ou1t." _Ormon Hotel"_ -..........1 r -I _...... _.. _
having money and bank accounts. The more practical than the pipe line.- West of Hapeville, Ga., a II 45M 3:3'1t: 12 fliP I 2OAII1 _Ormoud-_." 3 4S' 4 1'c'W 3.fJ.1f b Ora.r
k suburb of Atlanta arrested the 11 51PII 8 4IiNi. 101c'8 113tAa __ Daytona_ _.. a 2t&. -I 51s
. December freeze did no damage Miami Metropolis.A on .. 85A 1 F5'v. ......... "m..I'ortOran> e_...__. .. 3111'_... I 3IAJI _
there, not even to the foliage of the charge of murder and suspected to beprofessional' 122UAII 9 nr- 13-'Mf J1 Feet Ar_New Smyrna..__I.v 2a.ifM 3 3 p'aI 3 D'A.JI 4f1AMli21.lV
'r dispatch to the Tampa Tribune ) == 4'2Lrt := :. :::::::-I.ake Helen-==.Lv n1l .,.
orange trees.-Volusia County Record. from Sanford : "Little Alice, the a diamond thief, has 10 59... .... 4 3p r -._.....'I.\r ._ Oran ....__ 24.-n..n:iwr.. .__
q- says made his escape from the Tampa po- I? 4. K ::... 1-4 4jft--=:.. ..._Urange City J unct_._. If _! I:==:_
Messrs. Munro & Chambliss of five-year-old daughter of Mr. Priester, Jl: ;jo.uI, 9:11'nJ IIs. _
: J2 o.oPII Lv Kew m ma.'r 24..ftI a Zvi'' 2 ;jI'AJII h....
: r Ocala, who own the controlling stockin truck larmer at 'Monroe Station, lice. He calmlywalked out of the "..-. 9 aw 1s d ..._.1"__Oak 11111..._._._Lv 2 ll i>,1.J 2 2A8_
police chiefs office while the guards _I..ass _In_:wtr_C_Rey i2 5 '! .tr.._..._Tituszhle.. ==-=-LT 14:.pv 2 3! t tr, 3 taw
the Central National Bank of tha four miles from here, was severely 19 jIA": I.) rA'.5 f(,,N o '.AIr...._......_ Jnf..ro ..._-......Lv; 111.11............ b; 's--------_.
WCKJ out, and has baffled all effortsto .. 6 ZA4t 313'ev'_. .. Lv .. .. .
city have sent- out notices that they burned Wednesday afternoon, from .:_= -u: =---- "a1f..rli- .::.Ar- 51 t>F _5 vr8_1v s alt- lei_si0m
i capture him. The Tampa police 1Mat 10 ZX"ll tt 2axtt J1II.L:.._.._Tit.L"iUc\r 14:4 2s-we. -1a 'al-317ut-
a, have obtained the consent of the the effects of which she died Friday "-... .. 1I2pu 331'4-... : Y .... .'...i! 11011..... ,.
r say that West was in Atlanta at the 2U1a1 Ii r'r a3es 12sr. : =. .Rncklelre== 1(455 205W 12b-tr 237x11
F, United States Comptroller of the Cur morning. Some older children had ............ 1201>nt 4 Olfll .__. .. ._' ._..tau: l..Il.e __ 12 r.na___ 12 2'MI'__
to close the bank. Depositors fire In the yard and little time that the Ryan residence, on ...-....- 1211av 41'Pr_, .. _....lelhol1rnp 12 27f./.._.. 3211tr,_
rency started a Peachtree Street, was robbed of $10.- u.2 r.:: .;; -I-y; '_'_, ._._ "elmstan.; __._ 1147.ur.._._ 11 T.r.t'__
: are requested to withdraw their deposits Alice in playing around it had her ..... _.... 14'A'i ; d'al ..-_....., ? .__.._.dl. LIICic.a. 11 OIMM._.... 10 3".pct_._.
000 in diamonds, and they believe 4 21'1.11 : f4i ; and no more money will be re clothing caught by the flames, and be- .. .. ...- 2 :'re,, 6 en's: '_"'. ... ..__Ti1tbals.: 102.1: 9 5V._
West got them. His baggage was ..-- 211\ Ii 27.-..__1" __i'd..n.a JO IOtIl'_._.. 952ri_
1g < ceived. fore assistance could reach her she ..-- 2:1.a 6311'1I._... _Jen-t'n.a i')3v.: __ 94 ?M._
searched the time of his arrest _... 2.r.AII 6 .Irx __ .__.:;: ... II
burned. The body of the u ;i.a.. Stuart __ 10 ( J(__ 9 37F8_
_.v The new postoffice at St. Peters was horribly and showed in his possession ._ "'- 31'.R, 7 CIi"J'--i .__lIoblO.m'l.: ._.__ 940";..._._ 9 tine __
tl burg, said to be among the finest in little sufferer was laid to rest in many .... ...... 3 RAM: 7 _._..._I .a ...._...11 c5t JIlI.lter .__" 9 Zinvr_._.... 8 5O-v'_ _
unmounted diamonds and a completeset G 0Jt'AIt 8 X\J'A 5 0 ?"..rr_._1c..,t I'alm Jrncb_ 8 ; Ar JO 3-'IJI,, 81::pct 10.'h
the State, is now in use. It has Sao Sylvan Lake Cemetery, by the side of 6 C av 4 later 52' ar 5 2 alt Lv.. .._......I.al:11 Itearh.._...._ 8 !I-sz 10 2tM' 80.1'. ion
t of burglar's tools. Other circumstances G 2&e Z i WAIT II 3.-v 5 :irY '_.,.,W e-t Palm J.cb. ...._sr 8 IaAW 10 00uI' 7 41'f'M, 10 0"w
boxes which falls more than one hun- her mother, who died just two yearsto lead the police think .._ -.- 5 n' !II 9 0c-a__ .. .___PfYl1t9J _..._.....L7 f"AV ........... 11W_
dred short of filling the demands. The a day before the little one. to .-- 5 3aAM 9 blew ..__ ..._......_.Irerxr: .....__.__ .. 7 RAM___ 7o.'h ... ._

f-l equipment which cost $5,000 is of West has committed many robberies .::=: 6 r.; : IO 10Iur ohM.:=:, :::=.Fort._lAttMerdafe.6 Danta .. :1:::== : = ==

j (, Frank Edwards, a member of the over the country. .._ fi 5t.w 19( 21Pv ..__. .. ...... ....._; ";Jan tr the. same style as that used by the fishing crews now operating in the ......... 7 It!,is JO 4'P _.... _'__. ..1.emf Ctty__ 6 is's,__ b Ih_
t 8 -a K l0( osa 7 2n.\r ._.__....Minmi_..._Ly 6 w 81uf: 6 lust 8 tLrt
United States Government as an exhibit vicinity of Long Key is in the city health In the Canal Zone 1))m 1r -.I ..3lfartL.. 4t 3e-.
1 :::== := ::_:::_ __..?.... ...t',,'Ttad-----------' '' .=:::r:=:' 123'Pr==
_ A at the World's Fair in St. Louis with a badly swollen and injured The high 'aces paid make it a mighty :: :: :.i

in 1904. hand, which he claims is the resultof temptation to our voting: artisans to pin j i C aatnsed ShcdIs: B.twcii Jacksan'slle acd St. Aaasti> s.
the fo ire of skilled: workmen needed) toittnirl
The oyster beds in this region are a rattlesnake bite, inflicted aboardhis cOII the Panama canal. Many are -- -; -' : ;
:No.2Nu.29No.iNo.43No.31No.3No.3r'No.99No.93No.15S : : :
becoming exhausted. This suggests smack yesterday a week ago. Edwards restrained however, by the fear of fever \
A B B i A niiiy '
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= # the idea of stock that went to and malaria. It is the knowing ones- Deily
forming a company he the galley '
rays Daily ally _Pallyj; n9.IL! Tr 1C7s1.1:7.. Daily_ Daily _Daily 'Ix.. ,Mia.
tllll who have =
! ''r 4 to be chartered and to secure u special to make a fire in the stove, and f.v Jacksonville.- Slue 9: 'uA !1 I'i x'r 15ipu6 K>II; 3 l;.Fr k1: f 2UPN"p 82rh- S :3lptr 941P\I
who g) there: without this fear, wt-ll!I "\r"t.AI1l1'tinl'.__ 9 mad 10 :D'art t210Pt1 29,.,.( "I'" 4 4V 6a9 2rti 93 .grant and franchise direct from was struck on the hand by the rep- knowing they are safe from malariuu > -
Xo. 28 Xo. 98 0; I0.>o. 92.0 *- >U. 4< >A38No.30No. i8 Xo.: 74
? the Legislature to cultivate oysters. tile. Later the snake was killed. He influence with Electric Bitters on hand B | B I i p.iiy.'' B I I I paj., I .\ l B B I A
I Daily I
The present laws do not protect indlvldually received treatment from Dr. Kirby |I"rtson too hilionnessweakness .. _Dally |J> llySxSsa._ :: Dally Yz.: .:._Da+1y :%. ?:. Dally. llyI_[ >aHy
and all _
tomacti liver and kidney
n' owned oyster beds; hence Smith one of the extension physicians trouble i 1.1' :'1.AII L-tlfle_ 6 :iOcMJ,: 7.v ;4 >A.. 8 :!I);!,,.r 10 I0i a. tl a t ,d if doA! 6 1U ,. 6 :tax 6 41PM
Juaranteed l by Ke Ur ibPharmacy. s J1II.k-OJ\'llIe.._ 7 4''Ar8near h i ear n
goer n iota!; 12 30*>* 12 4' 7 KM; 7 Sour 7 41 PW
i the necessity for a special law.-Punta but the injured member beingin oOc. .
NOTE. A-Trains composed exclusively f Pullman or Parlor Cars and extra scat fare,,ill be
; i Gorda Hera'd. such condition that he could not &rc 't.NOTE.
+ P r>iiTfv>ache- >'>nitp i oh trains which
Literature and Life. oi on no extra seat fare Is charged.
r, :; i The safe of the Georgia Southern &, work he came to the city, and is now Tr.ln.d'! >n< t s-t- >et -tntiuu, :t .which >:lelsnQt.ho"D.
"What books have hripctl you taost: iLrilycsttipt'uuder.n : .
i Florida Railway ticket office at Lake being treated by Dr. Jaudon.-MiamMetropolis. ..
a ketl the sincere and serious
you i 17 3.5 i 21 I 2tJ
t t City was blown open Thursday night \voinau. A' I I Daily : l1n.laY'lJn''IY 3IATPORT BRANCH: 1i I 4
1 ;.Extern: Only Only I L Daily I rondlY Daily
three dollars taken. "I cacti recall all of. Vmw I I
1 and hundred The Mr. E. W. Bond returned Tuesday: :lIlswl.n'llIr. -'-'-'- -'-
) 6 PRA'' 1\\ ]:,lV' 9 GtiM 10 1C 1.1 .,,... JttrkrOnril'.e..Ar __ ..' '-
safe in the store of WigfieW, six mile from trip down the East Coast runirox. but they were most I y 7 JI ]24fn1' So 3rorl
a as snit'"" 8'testa. 2 Uv* l0itsiLc!' _._... '. JItI'Ii'lnn\"lIIe.\r,_..__ 7 :::.>AiII 12: Aar'02iFr''
stories with love and fighting in them 6 Ac ;: 8 .:ar: 2 I'MI 1050-x l.r_...__ ,
from Lake City blown Wednesday "hI'''ta'acn.Ar __
was far as Key West" and is loud in his 6 .rMr Jl: ('4'i1: 4 yvM.a'
You see I was in the bUIk Collins l>us ': Sea _' ::** 1\1 VI.v..._\:!. .. : : _.._... ,...__ 6 4't 11 5')U 44V
night. Walter Hemingway, oi. praises of what Mr. Flaglor; is doingin when I I l.'Ai_9 :aLr : Apr II MSr'' ......... Mnrf .rt=-:.........1.\ i.-..... 6sw& 11 -loutPLMKSUAR 4211p0
ness >epiii to get llr() pcrous.

Savannah Ga., who was found near making the railway extension from Washington Star. :( AND OCCI OL"T;: I. STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS' AT MIAMI.

the scene committed suicide in the Miami to Key West by way of the
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Lake City jail Friday. keys. Mr. Bond says this extension, LI,ten Close Connection Made at Miir.i vih team il ups of the P. & 0. S. S. Company.

A white tramp was arrested in Fer when completed will be the wonder and from rememl'erthe pain-i-ansnl next hy damp time -yeti wt'atlwri f-tlff r i Havana, Key West and Nassau, Bahamas.

nandina a few days ago for stealinga of the age and of great strategic im- when v''iir head nearly bursts from rwltr-I Titins Discharge Passangsrs at Snip's Side. :'\0 Transfers.

ride on a freight train. When he portance to the United States in cap :,' ia-try llallard's 1
was fined In the Mayor's Court he of war and in shipping materials byway will cure )'011. A prominent man r.rI Tin--e7ftm-'r, :': !1.., -ho'rthettm''. att: :" rh t-!!n- jrsav hi pezpM'lpi to nrrlve at and depart
-en I; 'f' enl "' i r. l-it xual'--b- .
I ti"T
Ikntp'tradTexas -"lac.'! is
j writes-: "I have d < jlot guaranteed
pf the Panama Canal. About ".rl t.."1uapsayulx heUtnntrru: i.htorrr; .
: 'U-iay- -r
asked for the loan of a screw driver your liniment. Previous | --------
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y When accommodated with one. hi(> 1.000 laborers are at work at dif a eI.enL snlferer from rheumatism' awlIWllralia. I Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD Other

drew two screws from the heel of his .erent points along the line and a I am |plt'\ot.,1 l t<> say that no\" or Information
Government I am free from thenotriiphiiiitx" I amnre ;--c: T:!E TICKET AGENT."
a shoe withdrew $::)0 bill and his representative has boor
; a : them I owe this to yonr iuimieiit." S Hld! I J. D. RAtSNEK. As&t. Cien'i Pass. A.;ent, ST. AUGUSTINEJ FLA.
4. fine and cost, aggregating $14 after among investigating alleged reports by l lied: Cross: Pharmacy.,

.- ); which he departed from the court of peonage but no evidence
O.A. & -1:' G n.X.A. .
seems to have been foundDei.andsews.
room. Bears KM tit K3V8! Ai'A3S B>:It
+' Strawberry shipments have been $ .cC ,Y/l-tl--

r somewhat retarded h.r the cool egardins the two wrecks outside ,

r weather cf the past week. but the the St. Andrews Bay Pass mentionedin ', QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES.11erchants

warm. sunshiny weather now prevailing last week's Buoy, searching parties ofChamberlain's ow .

will soon put the fruit to ripenin; went to the Gulf as soon as the sea

calmed sufficiently to make it safe to
i. rt- rapidly. Fifty bushels were shipped<

0 d from Starke Wednesday. and the shipments do so; but only one wreck could be I & Miners Trans. Co's

found, and that
i will grow from day to day as was taken possessionof M'&a

by Sim Stephens, who employed
the weather warms up. The prices so

I far have been good.-Starke Tele- Joseph J. Trousdale to go with his STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

F ; graph. launch and tow it to St Andrew. The

boat proved to be the Mary C., of -
r Hon. Albert J. Winburn, State Senator -
Biloxi a five or six-ton schooner and
o: the Twelfth Senatorial Dis-
the boat itself had sustained but PHILADELPHIA.Direct
} trict, died at his home near Mayo in .
F' trifling damage, while the mainmastwas &
LaFayette County, last Sunday after'eek's
broken and the sails were ruined Connections for
a '\\ sick less with pneumonIa. ,
She had capsized with
a quantity of

f J was He was born about in Suwannee forty-five years County old near and red snappers on ice aboard, and was Cough Remedy Washington New\ York and Boston.

i anchored, probably by the anchor falling ,
Suwannee Station but was principally!
.. overboard, three or four miles The Children's Favorite

reared in LaFayette County. lie was from shore. Nothing has been learnedof --CURES--- Through:: tickets on sale at principal points.
Coughs Colds and
an enterprising citizen a true friend Croup
r s the fate of those on board, how Accommodations and cuisine
e and was popular with his people. Whooping Cough
there were who is SEND FOR BOOKLET.
many or the owner Thi remedy It famotn for its rare over

.. The,Everglade Automobile Company of the vessel. There can hardly be large part of the civilized world. It can
alweya be depended ap mIt contains BO
v has been organized at St. Petersburg, but one Inference, and that is that opium or other harmful drug and may be H. C. AVERY, Com'l Agent Jacksonville
peen a*confidentj to a baby M to an adult ,
Fla, with W. K. Cleveland, president; every person on board perished.-S Price 25 eta; Large Size, 5O cts. J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. ..
F. E. Muller Andrews ,
vice-president and A. Buoy.




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r > "f Why is it that the Favors Profit Sharing.At .
the dinner of the Iowa Sodetj of
.. New York Theodore P. Shouts, speak-
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,_ ; -J .. ing as the new director of the New .
1 \; 4 i York transit system, committed himself 11liiM f
k LudwigPiano to the principle !

f"J'*';:. ., : of profit
'" .; =; :: sharing with the
>. ; people. He said

"f 4 2 his would first be purpose to devise The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

ways and In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of B .sand '-I't

". 7;'. means,even of a has been made under his personal -
; 1 temporary character c7Mc- supervision since its infancy. 1

\ .. .ft' <2r.t1".:- to relieve Allow no one to deceive you in this.

: ? i is preferred by those who are admittedly I E--. the aggravations All Counterfeits, Imitations and"Just-as-good"are but
of the existing -
Experiments thai trifle with and endanger the health of
1 ;' S the best judges of tone? The answer is tion. After conges-that Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. '

l .k: easy. It is because everyone who has pare be would plan look-pre- What is CASTORIA

4' #1; played the Ludwig knows that in it l ing into the fu
,, tureandcompre- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -
-W. is embodied every artistic quality---that it l fl' "'' hensire to provide enough ade- Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant It ;

contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic;
, E it meets every demand of the expert required Theodore F. Shonta. quate for the facilities next fifty substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

' yean of the city's growth. His Idea and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
.t t for the truest interpretation of was "that the people and the share- Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand 1 I

holders should be partners In the benefit Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
.i music that it that indescribable -
1 possesses. to be derived from the execution of Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

::1 i delicate charm which is difficult such whether a plan.this sharing He had of not profits yet decided would The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. '\ ; .

be In the way of fixed rentals, taxationor r
I\ to analyze, but which is designated a percentage of the profit. HI. belief CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSctie

I by some musicians, who appreciate thatit for reliable was that, safe the and public adequate cared trans-more Signature of -

r portation than for mere reduction of v
can correctly protray every varying rates

emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig. Chicago's Insanity Great. -
Dr. Frank Billings, head of the Illinois 1
j board of corrections and charities, ..
has told the City club of Chicago that
i Sold by one person In ninety In that city and
its suburbs is ,either crazy or unstablein The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn
.1 his mental equilibrium. This means
Indian River that 23,000 Intermittent lunatics are at Use For Over 30 Years.
large In that county. In Illinois oue
person In every one hundred Is unstable T"t..T..Oer.NV.rr..a.v.v..ct MCW von arwBABDARD
ta Music House mentally, or a total of about
53,000, 12,000 of whom are already in i

public institutions.
11<" 1" '

, ,1 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Costly The Colony Woman's club Clubhous of New. York city

opened on Wednesday Its $500,000 $
"i 't home. Membership in this club requires <
an initiation fee of $150 and i
i annual dues of $100. The club house
Is equipped with swimming pool gym- I>:1IjINF RAS2iW .
nasium end an elaborate restaurant -FOR-
Th. Restaurant GrafUr. of wheat cakes drink the
plate up service, thus taking rank with the
Walter-Sorry, sir, but we can't Worcester and the olive oil, use three more expensive: men's clubs. UnlikeIts Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
I l' serve you.PatronWhy. napkins pay 10 cents, hit the free prototype in London the Colony ,
f not! lunch on the out and then tell
way club will not have smoking rooms. Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
I r Walter The bon gays you tackle people the place Is on the pig. And it ?
the free lunch on the way In, order a is. It's on to yOu.-Judge. Professor Thomas on Polygamy.In Philadelphia, New York,
his "
new book, "Sex and Society,
_ 't.. Don't Complain Just from the University of Chicago
, Alice Roo evelt'*Wedding
1 i. If your chest pains and you are unable press, Professor William I. Thomas of TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
to sleep because of a cough. Bay a bottle was something be recorded in the annals the sociological department takes the
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and of history. Herbine has been ac
ground that exists becauseIt SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL
you won't bave any cough. Get a bottle knowledged the greatest of liver regulators. monogamy ,
,, now and that cough will not last long. A A positive cure for bilious head. best serves social needs, particularlyby
cure for all pulmonary diseases. Mrs aches, constipation, chills and fever,and assuring to mother and childrenthe
JGalveston, Texas writes: "I can't all liver complaints. J.C. Smith, Little undivided Interest and providence MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
say enough for Ballard'a Horehound Rock, Ark., writes: "Herbine is the of the man. But speaking from the
Syrup. The relief it has given me is all greatest liver medicine known. Have biological standpoint the professor ONLY LINE
used it for It does the work."
that is necessary for me to say. Sold by Sold by Red years.Cross Pharmacy. says that monogamy does not as a rule Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville New Or.eaus.
Red Cross Pharmacy.
answer to the highest conditions since
-- the problematical and elusive elements
For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or
disappear and the object of attention write to
becomes so familiar that the emotional A.O. MAC DON ELL, S. C. BOYI TOY,Jr.,
1 I Ir reactions are qualified. Asst.General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent. f

Afflicted With Rheumatism

"I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism -
," IIlYSIr..J. C. Rayne. editor of
\ the Herald, Additon, Indian Territory,
"but, thanks to Chamber:ain's Pain ," ,,
\ Calm, am able once more to attend to ,u .rr"'O_ ( ('t ("T ( ',. ._ _\_ .... _'\j,.' .'
business. It is the best of liniments."
i/i If troubled with rheumatism give Pain FOIi.Engraved .
\ Balm a trial and you are certain to be
more than plead with the prompt relief -
; -- which it affords One application f1 Wedding t.
/ relieves the pain. For sale by Red Cross

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:Mrs. Winslows':! i Poothing; Syrnp lias
I been used for over sixty years by millionsof t
mothers for their children while teething e11
-- with perfect success. It soothes the '
.- chil, softens the gum, allays ail pain,
T 1 cures wind colic, and is the best remedy VISITING CARDSand
I for diarrhoea It will relieve the poor t J
\ little 8I1tTt'rt'r immf>ltiately. .Sldhvdrug ri 1 all kinds of [
gists in every part of the world. Twenty-
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rt2fA1AND "Mrs.!: \Vinslow's Soothing Svmp"am F.l 1 l
take no other k'nd. Guarantee! under Address
the food and drusr s act, June 30th, K o';.

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,,; ., '= .' ,years experience;; all kind of repairing Mr. J. Gault of Kittaning, Pa., ia a WINSTON S.BBANNINO. Cashier.Indian .
Arm' : ': done,nice tad ch tp; aboUdie .'anel mma.hoellde Aiio2sMedicine .
to order. visitor. '

The cruisers Palmetto and Alcora passed River State Bank

UTEST' COUNTY down late last week;

,Mrs. H. Knight has been,spending a

: few weeks in town. COUN'rY :DEPOSITORY
I Mr. Chas. Dwyer recently took a launch Aathorized Capital 100,000; Paid"np Capital $25,000; Average. Deposits $200,000

'. trip down as far as Stuart. TRANSACTS A ::
-$ + ... ,;:. Little Happenings That Help to Male i Mr. Smith is erecting a fine dwelling Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is nota

h_ Up the Weekly leispaper I for himself on Rockledge avenue. simple cough syrup. It is a General Banking Business:' :

: ,. \ Mr. John Cook of Cincinnati an annual strong medicine, a doctor's

COCOA. visitor to Rockledge,' left this week medicine. It cures hard cases, LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER :;; .

Mr. Will Hall, 'tax assessor of our for Daytona. severe and desperate cases, Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. v
", county, W&8ln' town last week on tax Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, of Cincinnati, Prompt service, polite treatment and every favor consistent JI., i
chronic of asthma pleu- -
business.: have returned to their home greatly cases with conservative banking grantedCORRE'PONDENTS 1

':_. Miss Agnes Hatter epcnt several daysat pleased with their \ sit. risy, bronchitis, consumption.Ask : J

her home in City Point, returning to Rain has been threatening for a day or your doctor about this. Empire,Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City; The Atlantic National Bank ;

; her school at MiXtf01 Sunday 1 two but, alas! has passed ns by so far. The best kind of a testimonial" of Jacksonville Jacksonville e Florida '
_ "Sold for over sixty years.
Judge S. C. Graham wife and daughter Quite a number of the K. M. I. boys TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.'t

r who have spent the winter at their were in attendance at the Saturday night /A m atsa.byJ.manubcureri C.aver Co..Lower or brus.dlso .

winter home at. City Point left on Tuesday dance at the New Rockledge. ETL.: *
/Inefctsr-: BRADY & BRO.
i ; ', for Travel), Va.l Messrs. Vuille, Black and Nana had I > -'
Col. Travis has sold his handsome cottage fine luck fishing in the Banana Tuesday.

;i on the avenue to Mrs. Calloway, of Six big channel bass were brought borne. the W*fornulM tars no secret of all our! We ncliciSM.pa&l'sli Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products

Ga. Mrs. Calloway and her Mr. H. Jacksonville
Arthur McKeown
LaGrange went to -
Ifou will hasten recovery by tak- We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes Fertilizers. We deal exclusively i tin
family will be a decided acquisition to on Wednesday to meet his mother ng one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on ,
oar society who is expected to arrive from Ohio Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY &BBO.,TITCSYILLB Faa I ,;

The library fair held'in Rockledge last on Thursday.Mr. Mr. Carmeao and Mr. Rademaker t

week was a !ple did'euccese, the only Jas. McCrady wife and daughter guests of the Barker House, were fortunate S. iTcr
complaint was there wasn't enough arti- Millicent of Braddock, Pa., are the enough to bag a wild turkey Mon- V .,s-

des for Bale. The ladies wish to thank guests of our townsman John McCrady.Old ;day evening.Mr. and GroceriesVEGETABLES Hay, Grain, Fruit andProduce j

Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Currier for their Glory flew higher than ever beforein and Mrs. R. J. :Moran former win- Staple Fancy of all Kinds,

.7 7 i interest. and assistance in making the faira Rockledge on Washington's birthday800 ter residents of Oik Hill,. have spent: the A SPECIALTY

success and also all who kindly helped. feet attached to a huge cellular kite. past week at the Barker House and will ; I"
Our energetic little president, Mrs. W.G. go farther south. Titusville; I : F'1.oric1.a.
Rev. Father of DeLand, will t
Curley, .
Paterson donated a handsome waist of Mrs. E. J. Ziy, of Shiloh was in Oak ;
read the McKeown residence on
French embroidery and Valenciennes I I mass at Hill Tuesday with her guests Mrs. A. P. J. LORILLARD, JR. LEON S. WILSON
Sunday March 3rd, at 10 o'clock. All are >
lace, which was disposed of before many Smith and daughters the :Misses Harvie
invited. BOAT CO.
knew it was there,.so she will make an- and Penelope who were leaving for Selma i
other of the same pattern for the benefitof Our good old motor enthusiast Capt. Ala.
t the library. We would like to mention Coggin captured another silver cup at T1tus'V11.1.e. F1.orida. ,i
Mr. T. P. Howes leaves Fort Pierce '
all who assisted, but space will not per the Eau Gallie launch races. They all Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline EngineersAgents ; 0
March 1st, and will be with C. W. Bartle-
miL The ladies have decided to bold a have to get np early to pat the "kibosh"on for Termaat& Monahaa motors. Moore motors Hartford motors,Aato-Marine motors
son & Co.. of Jacksonville as traveling and District for the ,
the Agents Lathrop motor
; captain.
4 fair every year so it will only be a short
with Orlando.
salesman headquarters at
t i time till the library will be in a stone The masque bal at the New Rockledge :MAB..XNE :R8ILWACareful .Y ;
building which will be a credit to Mrs. promises to be well attended and will be Mrs. G. L. Comer has a merry party, attention given to "

Pateraon'a untiring efforts in behalf of quite a treat socially. Mr. Shares always among the guests being;: Mrs. Robinson LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER I
mother of Mr. of
Roby one
X11 the library. shows! his guests a good time.
the editors of the Atlanta Constitution; Agents for the :
t The people of our vicinity are enjoyingthe Mre. F. A. Kroeff, of Fort Wayne -J' t
:Miss Catherine Comer M lovely moonlight nights. Anyone I Ind, is at The Plaza caring;: for her father f
of Alabama :Mr. B. B.
present governor ; T & M Reversible
iwm who has ever sailed on our river will al. and mother, who have been seriouslyill Comer, Miss Catherine Jelks daughter Original
have recollections of it. but. now better.
ways pleasant are
former governor of Alabama, and Miss
Miss Elizabeth Hnghlett, who is study- Mr. and Mrs. H. Klein have left for Mollie Conric, Miss Fannie Adams and MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

ing at Stetson,spent several days at home their Cincinnati home. They would have Miss Alberta Shorter. J Thoroughly covered by patents
staid longer but Mr. Klein was called ,
this week an4 the social events
enjoyed The ladies of the V. I. A. gave a, sup-.
t J ofthe week.Invitations. home by urgent) municipal business of! -
: .
per at the Congregational church Tuesday The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
i which he has
were issued for a linens charge.Mr. night to swell the funds for the new

shower to be held on Tuesday, for Miss L. Pettee and H. Pettee and wife organ, which Mr. S. B. Owens has been __ These motors are safe and reliable and

Maude llardee by her sister :Mrs..George have departed for the north. l\Irs.lettee working. for. They raised $:0 and at the
Gingras. Miss Hardee and Mr. T. G. will spend some time at Atlantic City be- close, at the suggestion! of Mr. Jas. A. can be operated by alcohol or kerosene

Ronald are to be married in the near fa. fore going to her home Saratoga.. We Clark, of Baltimore the gentlemen head with as Rood results as by using gasoline

are sorry to loose these good people.Lost ed by him subscribed the balance needed -

f 'i tare.Miss Underwood and Miss Helseth entertained and Found and the new organis: an assured thin )
their friends at the residence of It was proposed to give the old organ to
Lost between 9.30 ,
:Mr. and Mre. R. N. Andrews Friday noon, today, a bilious p. m.attack yesterdayand with the Sunday school at the mill, which has
Y i evening of last week. A very pleasant nausea and sick headache. This loss been so successful under the auspices of FULL LINE OF STAPLE, AND FANCY GROCERIES.HAY .
evening was passed. was occasioned by finding at Red Cross the Misses Creighton. GRAIN, FRESH FRUITS AID VEGETABLESWe
Pharmacy box of Dr. King's :New Life I. buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
f Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones of Quite Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousness Sleeplessness Look over our stock and get our prices before buying.
t4 malaria and jaundice. 25c. at Red Cross I Corner Main and Hopkins Greets
Ga., the of their relatives
man are guests! Disorders of the stomach! produce a
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Jones, at their lovely Pharmacy. nervous condition and often prevent G. EJ:. HEATS: cfe OO.,

home on the avenue. Mr. W.Jones was SHILO1I. sl't>p. Chamber'ain's! Stomach and LiverTablets TITlT-YI: U.I':' FLORIDA.
stimulate the
in business here and digestive organs
: ; some years ago Messrs. Williams and Mosbey of Oak restore the system to a healthy conditionand -
a comes again in search of health. Hill, were pleasant callers in Shiloh Sun i make sleep possible. For sale by : VICTOR
< Red Cross
Rev. and Mrs. Milledge Walker will !

f occupy the Episcopal rectory on Thurs day.The dance at :Mr. G. B. Cooper's Satur- CITY POINT jtU Talking Machines, Supplies and

day. The members of the church are urday evening was much enjoyed by all. :
Mr. Henry Banks and family have i t.
for Easter. Records sold by the
:Mrs. A. P. Smith and two daughters; closed their winter home and, after a '

Dr. Daniel and the children have been left Tuesday for Selma, Ala. I short visit to Miami, returned ,to LaGrange -

indisposed this past week but are all ableto The progressive euchre party at Mrs, : Ga. Mr. Banks was seen on the .r INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

be out once more. Knhl's Thursday was a very enjoyable: train after his visit south and asserted i,

Last Sunday was beach day for our I affair. The first prize,a box of bon bons, that he was already counting the days ili. ter> t town-two launches with 23 in each until his the Indian river
I was won by Miss Mayme Taylor and :\Mr. return to -

made the trip and all report a splendid ;G. C. Kohl. The booby prizes, a piece! Ang 20th.

outing. I of Battle Ax tobacco and a small doll, Rev. :Milledge: Walker and Mrs. Walker WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT

Cocoa was well represented in Eau Gal- : were won by Miss Harvie Smith and who have been visiting :Mr. Cn;,on,

lie on Washington's birthday and all had Jes-be Fort.Sunday II are now *t the rectory of :5st Marks -

a day to be remembered, especially as I was indeed a day for visitingin church, Cocoa.
I II 500 Barrels will be received in the next
Capt. Coggin's launch crossed the line I Shiloh. Among those visiting were Miss Emma K. Spanpler, of Merchant-

first in the boat race. I Mr. and Mrs. Harmon and children and i iI ville, N. J., spent. a part of Wednesday 60 days. Costs a little more than other ce-

Our roads may be a trifle dusty but ifS Messrs. Williams Glass and Levan at and Thursday with :Mr. and Mr Walker ment but is better.
some parts of the country had had sucha :Mrs. Mosbey's; Mesdames Chris Blatter i at City Point. Although Miss Spanglerhas ,

long dry spell they. would not be able Carl Kohl, H" Kuhl, Ziy, Smith, G. L. i been at Melbourne several winters EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
to find their roads. The only automobile Comer Robinson! Lily Comer, Florence this was her first visit i here, and her surprise ,

tracks that the children didn't recognize Slankard, and Misses Harvey and Neppy : at finding such a beautiful and attractive Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Matt-rial.

was one that came from St. Augustine; Smith and :Messrs. Geo. Kuhl,Jesse Fort place was freely expressed.Mrs. .
s Eau Gallie Florida.
and it had chains on the wheels. We Ed Patillo, Leonard Mosbey and Cole-. Judge Graham entertained a ,

don't use chains in our vuinity. and it is man Williams were at Mr. and Mrs. Tay-. number of friends at a :5 o'clock tea on

amusing to hear the youngster's com lor's. A very happy day was spent. Wednesday afternoon. Among herguefcts
WNr\.Vr"i.r .W.Vil I'hWNiN"WriWNN ir
ments on the tracks they find. The entertainment and candy making were the Rev. and Mrs. Walker,

3 at Mrs. Ziy's Monday Mn Chas. Miss Liscomb
Mr. Henry Banks and family returnedto evening was en- Sharpe and

their LaGrange Ga., home last week. joyed very much by all present. Miss Spanglerr.<

Miss Marguerite Dixon is enjoying the There was a dance at :Mr. Yann's Tues- .Jod a and :Mrs. Graham left on Tuesday The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

day night at which a jolly time was had. fir their home in T zewell, Va.
Pinto pony, and is quite an expert horse-
Quite a number of our orange growers
A Favorite Remedy for Babl :
attended the at Titnsville Tues MACHINE SHOPS
Mrs. E. Footman has been visiting her Its pleasant taste and prompt cures
niece, Mrs. S. F. Travis and renewing ac have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy day.
in our pleasant town. a favorite; with the mothers of small
quaintances Eczema Tetter, Salt Rbrnm, Itrli. Ring
children. It quickly their
cures coughs
Mr. E. B. Wager one of Titusville's and colds and prevents any danger of Worm,Uerpe Itch Uarber' Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

leading citizens;lpent several days in the pneumonia or other tenons conatquences.
AH of these diseases attended
: are by
It not only cures but when givenas
twin Cocoa and Rockledge last croup
towns intense itching, which ia almost. instantly
soon as the cough will
1 week. prevent the attack.croupy For sale appears by Red relieved by applying Chamberlain's Salve HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS,
Cross Pharmacy. and by its continued u a permanentcure
The Touch That Heals may be effected. It has, in fact,
is the touch of Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. OAK IIILL. cured many cases that had resisted all Agricultural Implements
It's the happiest combination of Arnica other treatment. Price 25c. per box.
flowers and healing balsams ever com- We had the best shower Tuesday evening For sale by Red Cross Pha.rmacy.OA.STOn.XA..
pounded. No matter how old the sore or I ] that has fallen since last September SANFORD FLORIDA
ulcer is, this salve will cure it. For and hope the long drouth is broken.At .. ,
bums, scalds cuts wounds or piles, it's ga?Ra Its Kind You Hate AUaysBcssft
I .
last the long dock is finished and in
absolute Guaranteed by Red .X2T
an cure. '
Cross Pharmacy. 25c. :good repair from one end to the other. r ] mlmm..wm.IM"'WMY"tiYYli -

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