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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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'l 'r DOINGSOF: THE SATISFACTIONThat LATEST NEWS Special Spring Sale at Kline's !LOCAL GOSSIP


: PRESENT WEEK most world satisfying is"Queen proved Quality"women's by the fact shoes shoes that are in more the the AND INCIDENTS Bargains MOXDAT la, MARCH Every Department 11, 1907. AND PERSONALSSomething

women persist in wearing them than any New goods arriving every day.

l ? Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events other You shoes don't in need the to world.be a shoemaker to Personal Paragraphs About People that ladies'We are summer now showing hats. oar new stock of About the People of Titus-

;i Transpiring About Tom some know on that the they feet please, are yon comfortable look hand-, tit I Travel Here and There New foreign wash and dress domestic fabrics.wash We are fabrics showing in- lille as They Come and Go =

Mrs. W. M. Brown, of Miami, is smoothly and satisfy. Mr. C. L. Berge's mother, who has greater varieties than ever before, and at C. F. Dwyer, of Rockledge, was in
We Glad
the exrlnsiv to
are, assents
few in town this been here for several days ow prices considering the wonderful ad. town ,
spending a days show you our new kid, gun metal, patent expected vance. Bates' Seersuckers, Amoskeag Wednesday afternoon. IF
:-;j week._ leather and canvas shoes. All the very arrived last night. A. F. C. toiie do nord, Paris tissue, Cal- The county commissioners and

Mr. F. A. Morgan moved latest styles for spring and summer now Victor records for March mont batiste, plaid batiste nonveante, school board held their
lJ; : yesterday on exhibition. now on English l zephyr in solid colors plaids and regular session -
K = into the Robbins cottage on the WINSTON. BRAINING, sale at Indian River Music House. figure, prices 12} cents to 25 cents per I for March Monday and Tuesday.

,.j. avenue. The Titnsville Clothing;,Hoar Florida., Fresh stock right from the factory.Mr. rard.Embroideries and laces. This is the Julius Kline arrived home from ,

,;i A most enjoyable time was had at W..H. Praetorius, of Canaveral landsomtt-t: collection that has:!!ever come New York city l last night, after '

}::1 the regular semi-monthly dancei White Crooks Captured has gone to Sanford, where he in much.the Kline store and that is saying having been away nearly five weeks. } t

i- Wednesday night. Sheriff Brown has been picking up will engage in the business of raising Embroideries and laces were never in W. H. Parker, of Parker Bros., is

r i f 1 Mr.W. M. Prindle left Wednesday white crooks here of late right along. celery for market. so treat demand lx>fore. ,very proud of the pretty little baby
Embroidery, including fionncings
t for Roseland, where he joins the Frank Corley, a young man about Mrs. Stockton, of Jacksonville, juts and insertions embroidered on,nain edg- i girl that arrived at his home a few

. r. Huntington, W. Va., party for few 21 years, was searched Tuesday on who has been here for several monthsas sook and swiss muslins; widths 1} to 25; days ago.

i'. 1: -.. days' stay. complaint of Miss Brown, superintendent nursery assistant to Mrs. L. A. yard.inches; prices 8 cents to 75. cents per Bring your motor boat to Titus-

Mr.W. Wolling, of Leeds, S. C., of Canaveral club, who lost Brady, returned home Monday after German and French Valenciennes laces ville on the 21st inst, and win one of i
tt. her watch chain with slide set with and insertions, match<< sets, others odd
:; after spending some days with the noon. patterns, 5 cents to 20 cents per yard. the beautiful cups or,perhaps, carry
, family of Mr. W. S. Norwood, left eight pearls. She suspected Corley Mrs. Tolar.- of Sanford. after avery Mexican laces and insertions, match off one of the other prizes offered for .

i j for Carolina Wednesday afternoon. and the chain was found in his hat pleasant visit here with her sister sets 12| cents to 20 rents per yard. these races.Lorillard.

! ;; Mr. J. D. Crabb came down from lining. Miss Brown valued the chain Mrs. J. Begg, returned to her and Point insertions russe and for extra underwear fine Sevilla regular laces 10 Boat Co. have already

Jacksonville Sunday and spent the very much, having had- it as a me- home on the south side of Lake Monroe cents per yard, special, Monday only, 6 placed an order for lumber and other

t time until with his mento for many years. last Friday.By cents. materials for
yesterday family, 36 inch, guaranteed black taffeta. A a large marine railwayand
and also gave THE STAR office a pleasant I Corley had been working for the the advice of her physicianMrs. heavy, rich rustling silk: value $150. i will commence work on the same

call. : club only a few days. He also tole John" Carlile went to St. Augustine special $1.00 per yard. I as soon as possible.Dr. .
two pins from the of the club 24 inch white or black wash silk 49cenvs
guests ,
T Rev. W. F. Allen, wife and baby Sunday to have her finger per yard. and Mrs. L. W. Schnatterly r
4 and Miss Lula Baisden enjoyed a trip bnt these were found and returned treated; which had become alarming I Just::! received full line of ladies' white left Sunday for New Smyrna, thence f
to the J>v.'Tlers. He also waited on .canvas Christy ties, extra fine quality, 3;
'1 ; to Shiloh by launch last week, Rev. the tables at the Alpine for while. from poisoning! of some kind. large eyelets, plain toe blucher, covered stop at Daytona, St. Augustine and
a r2 Allen going to hold services in the a Capt. P. Nelson, of South Titus heel, all sizes $1.98. Jacksonville on their way to their j
Frank Clark was arrested here a Also white canvas pumps, plain toe,
Methodist church. ville, has been under the care of his home in Freeport, Pa.
t few days ago on information from covered heel, all sizes, $1.98.
Mr. Alex Carlile returned home a the sheriff of Bradford where physician for a few days suffering New goods arriving daily. Expect to Mrs. W. C. Thomas left last Sat-

few days ago from Fitzgerald, Ga., I he is wanted on a serious county charge., I from stomach trouble, but we are up-to-date have the largest stock and ever most displayed complete op and the urday for Terrell, Fla., near Plant

zt where he spent several weeks pros Clark is a burly red faced Georgianand pleased to learn that he is improv- east coast.::! City, where Mr. Thomas is engagedin
I
pecting. Alex is quite well satisfied ing. Mail orders promptly filled on arfy of: the turpentine business. THE
is known bad but the
' as a man, i the above goods. /
: with Indian river yet. sheriff took him unawares and he : Commencing Tuesday a special JCLICS KLISK, STAR finds them there weekly. F

! : Judge Jones left for Miami Sunday did not put up a fight.A vegetable train was put on by the Titusville, Fla. The steamer Roxana, owned by 1
No. 8.Church.
Telephone
"jT afternoon where he is holdingt man by the name of Griffis was Southern Express company for the John W. Gates, chartered this season

; t, spring term of circuit court for Dade arrested on the station platform Saturday accommodation of growers, leaving Notes by Mr. Anderson and wife, of

t g county. It is likely that the term I while intoxicated and carrying Miami daily at 2 o'clock. Train 28 Services at the Methodist church, Washington, D, C., stopped here '

; jf.: will last fully three weeks. concealed weapon, having threat will continue to handle express northof Titusville next Sunday Mch. 10th Wednesday night on her way up the
: ened to shoot while the but south of that ,
: people on Fort Pierce, not coast.
of Jacksonville
C. C. Curtiss, was : southbound train that afternoon. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The pastor
seen in town yesterday and informed point. will preach at the morning hour, Mr. John LaRoche, of Enterprise,

t '> I uS that his wife and her mother, Mrs. '' Large shipment of straw hats just reCeive One of the two Smith & Mabley but will give up the evening serviceto S. C., after visiting his numerous

Singleton, were both ill at the hospital -I laves
t'. in St. Augustine, but are im since the February races stopped at who will give his prophetic sermon returned home Sunday afternoon,

t' proving. Injured By DynamiteNews this place Tuesday night, having I illustrated by charts, etc. The Rev. having spent about two weeks at

The Florida Press association, with was received here the first made the run from Palm Beach to Cuddy will preach at Cocoa next Fri- this, his former home.

bout seventy-five members including of the week that Conductor Fentress Titusville in ten hours. The companion .I day night. Services at Mims Sun Dr. Daniels and W. H. McFarland '
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:i-j. their wives, are holding the regular Davis and Engineer Wm. Jones, both boat went north via freight day at 3:30. All are welcome. went down the coast the first of the

j.. annual session this week in Key well known in this place, had been Sunday. Services at Presbyterian church week, the former on a trip to Nassau }

West. From there a number of themt injured by a dynamite explosion near Mr. A. L. Ryals, of McRae, Ga., every Sunday, 7:30 p. m. and Havana, the latter expectsto

will visit Havana. Rockdale, in Dade county. Engi- arrived Sunday on a visit to his sister There will be services in St. Ga return in two weeks, when he and

i'1"'' Messrs. T. F. Maguire, of Philadelphia neer Jones and the negro fireman i Mrs. E. B. Wager, and the edi briels Episcopal church Titusville, his wife will start north for the sum

and Geo. W. Lawrence of were taken to the railway hospital tor's family. Mr. Ryals was formerly -J Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by mer.Mr.

St. Louis, have been having excellent at St. Augustine. Jones was severely a newspaper man, but gave it up Rev. H. Huntington. F. S. Wheeler, of Plainfield,

sport fishing at the Haulover injured, but is now able to sit upa some four years ago and took up I Regular monthly service will be N. J., who has been stopping in Ti-

since last Friday. They left for while each day. Davis is at home, merchandizing. However we believe I held here in the Catholic church on I tusville the greater part of the season s

; !.l Palm Beach last night. in Miami, and is well advanced to he still has a "hankering" after I 1 Sunday evening. March 10th, at 7:30, I accompanied by his wife and
the print shop and the editor's!' Father of instruction I i mother, returned north Sunday. Mr.
; Mrs. G. M. Robbins entertained a complete recovery, as is, also, the by Curley. Subject
fireman. The rumor that Davis' leg chair. Confession. Holy mass on Wheeler had the best of sport going I1
number of her friends Monday night
i had 7 o'clock. during his stay here-fishing and
to be amputated is undoubtedly! Monday morning at
at a Welsh Rabbit. Those present Get your spring and summer suit from
l' false. The following item in regard Erannin The very latest cuts just received hunting almost every day. His
time for
t. report a most enjoyable to the matter is taken from the Miami in the well known make of bchlos* Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrivals''launch, the Meg has been stored
-which Mrs. Robbins'
reputation as Record: Brothers.! A F MiKabe, Ontario; W H McFar- with the Lorillard Boat Co. for the
'hostess and entertainer is always a land, city; F T Maguire and wife, Phila-
I "Wm.Jones the engineer who Motor Boat I summer and was hauled out Tues-
was Races delphia;W E Seamons and wife Marathon
.guaranty.
# so badly injured at Rockdale :yester- other'' NY; F H !Swift: and wife Marathon day. t
Beautiful silver and
Mr. E. J. Boud, of Farmingdale, cups N Y; Normabwift!: Marathon, NY;
t. N.J., who has been visiting Mr. day by the explosion of dynamite, suitable prizes will be awarded to ( D M Edition, Chicago, 111; J W Dietrich Men and boys-get your spring and
I C. L. Berge and family for a month was sent to the railway hospital at St. winners in the motor boat races at Carthage, Mo; Geo W Lawrence, fc-t j Glimmer shoes from Winston S. Branning.
j Now on exhibition the largest line of low j
Titusville Mch. 21st. Louis Mo Isaac Stewart DeLand Fla !
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z or so, left for the north Wednesday Augustine last night. Dr. Jackson I
: shoes shown the East: Coast in all
; rut on
D Bennett Whitehall C B Ilainilton
There will be two classes-slow Ky -
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morning via St. Johns River route, ;1
states that the the latest cuts (
: barring possibilitiesof Landis DeLand : very
Richmond. KyC ,
and Jacksonville St. Augustine. and speed. The former takes in all { \
internal injuries, the recovery of I'boats with speed of less than 10 Fia; Wm B Potter, Wilmington, Del;II For Sale
A farewell was given to Mr. Boud II i I Jodre1:: S Jones! City; E W Might De- 1'I I
Tuesday night at which a number of the wounded man is assured. The ,miles per hour. Speed class, 10 miles J i'ratnr, III; :Miss: Helen Wilson! City; Miss! 50,000 tomato plants at$2.00 per 1,000,
:' his friends were present to bid him I conductor of the train, F. H. Davis, and upward. I.| Leah Losley:: City; John HrnrvCityj I i i Earliana and New entury varieties.
their adieux. is reported this morning as getting"I All entries must be forwarded or Elmer A White, Brooklyn N Y; C Bii ::| Address A. Care STIR office.
i handed in to D. B. Pritchard by;;,i Robinson, Orlando Fla; H Powers and I'
DRY GOODS SHOES along nicely, despite the painful : Wednesday, March 20th, with a wife, New Orleans La Geo C Knhlhi!: Draying
FURNITURE, nature of his bruises. The negro I I statement as to the relative speed :,. loll, Fla; A M J Wing, Bayard, FJa; E J A '' Dray ing or hauling of all kinds promptly -
t
March 19th and 20th, HAWKFS fireman who was injured, was also of each entry. j I i I Drennen and Mrs E J .\ Drennen, Dum attended to. )Meets all trains. Stove
sent to St. last night." mitt Mr Mrs I wood for sale at all limt*.
factory specialist will beat my Augustine Any boat bettering her time during :. Grove; and S A Dow, Boston
II. E. IIOLTON
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store to examine and fit glasses. No -- the race over the time given in ; J B Frey and wife, Hnrhester; John
Titusville Fla.
For Sale Bacaua and wife. N Y; W II Ward well I, ,
for examination. 19th& 20th
I extra charge with her will be disqualified.
entry ------ -
J Connecticut built catboat, two suit?of 1! Stamford Conn; Horace W Potter, Clt>\"e- i I
Call Titusville of
AH entries are free. at Livery at rear
land, Ohio F Williams, Arthur N D
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 sail, author and ten ballast bay A ; ; Robbins' law office, for rigs.
stylish
-- --- bargain. Apply at THE STAB office. Slow race commences at 10 a. m., (t W Eichholz an i wife, J J Valetenaire
orl..rQr both doable
Trunks and Dress Suit CasesIf ---- distance six miles; speed race at 11 and wife, Indianapolis' ; John P Coffin, IRayour hauling,
J. M. O han .
[ and
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are in need of any of the following Dress Making Parlors o'clock, distance nine miles. i, Johnstown, Fla; E A >uUivan, New Orleans single. proprietor.For
.call and yon see ns, for in the last two weeks Mrs. C. A. Kruldt-r has opened ilre!'sj!! There will be a baseball contest in ; E A Martin, Jacksonville\ Fla; Sale and Rent
"e have received about one carload off making parlors in THE MIR building, the afternoon at 2 o'clock between 0 B Floyd, Orlando; W T Moore:, Jacksonville For salOne canopy top turrey, one
floor. Trimnzinjf hats a specialty. ; L H Brace, Chicago, T F Wil-
ground and
au'otnl\ticand steamer trunks.dresss Eau Gallic Titusville nines. bearing
-drt' I three ,
&, acre jotin; orange -rove part -
i: liam. Daytona; & H Happersetr, Jacksonville '
and dress suit extension cases, ) fruit Will
{ suit cages : river front. rent or sell
THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL I ; C H Peacock, Philadelphia; Mrs
satchels and telescopes.J j For Bent five furnishedfor
two
-ro.nn cottages partly
G A Gorman Miss
Gorman I I) Gates,
ruts KLINE Titusville.FOR Provides hot and cold baths and inside i i i Three nice, clean rooms in good locality New York J A Crews FlaTiniep-Vnwn light hou-ekeepinjt. Write or call on
; toilet on two flwrs airyJjed rooms! overlooking ;i fur wall family (without email Children : B H Abrams; S B Wright, Atlanta Wm; E. B. ARNOLD, Malabar, Fla.
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CASH.
SALE CHEAP FOR the river, sample rooms, 1!i ----- N
cozy ) suitable for housekeeping.
1E Horn, Chas Walter, New York.
About 88 acres of good high land on consultation rooms, large cool dining Apply to MKS. J. D. Cases, i Dental Notice f
4 free library with the leading daily I I J. W. Newman D. D. S. of the firm
the east or ocean side of the Indian river rooms Titusville, Fla. Launch For Sale, Cheap j
at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot and weekly papers on file, free telephonefor I I of Macy & Newman, of West Palm
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section guests, free use of typewriting mach GUJJ REPAIR SHOP Will sell 15} ft., torpedo stern launch, Beach, will be in Titusville for a few
.36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. ine. Electric lights throughout the entire Send your guns for repairs to Henry with 2 h. p. DuBrie engine, canopy top, days fully prepared; to attend to any den- ,
_I This land is unimproved bat finely located. building inside and out. Open day Benecke. All work thoroughly done I spray sheet and waterproof cover for tal work. He has his office in the brick '
For further particulars address and night, attentive porters attend all Guns loose in the breech tightened equal $125.00.11 in good running order. I building opposite the court house, where c
t E. M. Lew, trains, only five minutes walk from the to new, also guns stocked and shotguns I C. L. BEKOE, he will pleased to see all who want
Brockton, Mass. B'ation. Good fishing from hotel dock. rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titngville, Fla. I Titusvtlle, Fla first class work done.


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his-reported utterance at Philadelphia& war is stopped at once forcible Intervention t

.1 POLITICAL I last week when he apparently rebuked may be necessary.

the president for holding conferences Stormy Outlook For Douma. LINIMENT .
with the "'indicted mayor" of San
Now that It
Mayor Dunn Rtnominated. -possible to get a fair
The Chicago Democratic convention. Francisco to avoid violation of the Japanese ly clear Idea of the composition of the will cure that throat in short order. ,

including fcoth the Hearst and Sullivan treaty. General Fred D. Grant new Russian douma It is evident that Ballsrd's Snow Liniment penetrates the pores, promoting

factions renomlnated Mayor Edward has denied making the speech as reported the prospects of political tranquillity In free circulation, giving the muscles more elasticity.UtlEUMATlSAl. .

E. Donne by acclamation. The con- j I that country are far from bright The <...
Army to Dig Big Ditch. j I I old douma .CUTS,SPRAINS. BRUISES, .
Tention pledged the partto the principles was dispersed because It t"UOES;
of the referendum to the municipal The official announcement was made persisted In demanding control of the WOUNDS OLD SORES STIFF JOINTS, ...

ownership of all public utilities last week at Washington that all bids administration instead of confining Itself BURNS AND ALL PAINS.

against franchises for utility: corporations of private contractors for the construction to being a Junior branch of a limited

and t9 oppose at the polls the of the Panama canal had been rejected legislature. The new douma Is GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.

"" traction ordinances passed over Mayor that Chief Engineer Stevens coming back with''a renewed demand Henry Stone, Provo, Utah writes: "I have used Ballard'*

Donne's yeto.lewridgeBrran. lad resigned and that henceforth army for control The Constitutional Demo o-y Unimont for Neuralgia, Tooth-ache. and Sore Throat,

Debate Begun. engineers would supervise the work. cratic party will be the progressive which upon application gave me instant relief. I can recommend ,

state Is discussed Stevens would be succeeded by Major center, and It cannot and does not it at being the best Liniment I have ever used in curing
of
The rights
question
Goethals of the want to pain caused from Neuralgia etc."
from different viewpoints George Washington engineer get away from the Issue of a ,

W-.J. Bryan and Senator Bevertdee-of corps assisted government controlled by the douma.No PRICE 25C, 50c AND $1.00

Indiana m the March number of the by Major consideration of party tactics will
Da rid DuBos Induce Its members to try to blend
Reader thus debate
beginning a joint
which Is to continue for several months Gaillard and with the present regime. As a besieging Ballard Sncrv Liniment Co.

and to include the issues on which the Major William army which cannot reduce a fort

next presidential election may be Luther Slbert..,; by assault has to try to starve It out, 500-502 North Second Street,
Major Goethals,]! so. it is thought the douma will seek
fought out Bryan argues that a with !;, ST. LOUIS
MISSOURI.
besides serving'as to starve out the government garrison ,
drawal of the Power from the state
would breed Indifference to public affairs chief by withholding money supplies. ,

"the forerunner of despotism.** neer. Is to engt-I London Taxpayer Demonstrate.

He says that the further the legislative chairman ceed What Is said to be one of the greatest Sold and Recommended byMarine

body is from the community affected ratepayers' demonstrations seen in
R.oc1. Cross
Pharn:1aoyP
canal commission :
by the law the easier It Is for special 1 London In many years occurred recently

Interests to control Referring to Japanese from the i when several thousands marched

exclusion, he says that on no sub 4th of March. I I through the streets to Trafalgar ,

ject will the people Insist more'strenuously This does not square where a mass meeting was

In controlling their own affairs mean, however held to protect against further municipal e.d19
that the canal H
than hi matters of education. ownership experiments on the part
Major Goetbals
Beverldge, taking "The Nation for to be dug by men of the London county council.

his theme asserts that the people are directly employed by the government Enginesi
Boers to
Govern Transvaal.
The work be let to
hi danger because the Interests which may yet contractors,
The result of the firs elections under "
exploit them can more easily handle but they will be under the constant supervision

a portion of the people than the entire of the army men. In a let the new constitution of the Transvaal ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT 1
ter to Chairman Sbonts the president is a clear majority of the for the *
nation. Thus If
defeated
they are
I ** ED FOR
"Ilet Volk, or Doer party, in the lower SATISFACTORY
In one state they always have forty- points out that the bids bad been rejected
because in securing financial house of the le ; slature. On most USE IN FLORIDA WATERS
five other chances. This, he think?.
backing the contractors had questions they will have the support
shows the real basis of the present effort arranged
to share profits with bankers thus of the Nationalists. Lnborites and Independents
toward national unity whereas _
every corporation of national extent making the government pay a higher giving a majority of twenty Regal Marine Engines

rate than if it were to raise the -three to the ministry beaded by General
is championing state rI hts. He a No!!! money Stand for the highest ofm
Botha, one of the leaders in the type
direct while the contractors themselves
points out that scarcely any evil is "banical skill and rtluhihty
confined to one state and that whew micht come out at the little end late war At present tbe members of They are four cycle, jump
the upper bou- e are appointed by the spark ignition,automobile
an evil Is eeneral states acting of the horn. He said further that type
cannot uniformly attack separately it, Stevens who urged the contract plan governor thus checking the \ictorious carburetor mechanical, enclosed valves crank float teed

whereas the in now advised against the party Bothi insists that British MI case
people acting common accepting steam forged crank shaft, and
can destroy evils that affect them lu bids It was not then known just why premacy Is safer m the hands of Boers bronzed bearings. Have the

common. Stevens had resigned.Announcement than in those of cosmopolitan capital fewest nomberof1'orkiDgpartscopsistent

was also made that i>ts. He says they are not hostile to with a perfeU operating
Legislature Exonerates Bailey motor and
Senator Blackburn of would the mines, but to the men who run many other
By a vote of 13: to 11 the Texas senate Kentucky I exclusive features found only in the Regal
become a canal commissioner_ them
discharged the committee which THEY ARE BUILT TO
RUN AND
DO IT
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has been Investigating the char c!; Ambassador Bryce Presented. I Commons For Disestablishment.
I A n olutiou la favor of disestablish rade in tLrt'e tYJ J 4.3 and 5 H. P. single ,
against United States Senator Bailey. Great Britain's new ambassador to P, d cylinder: 8 to 15 .II
he having finished his testimony The the United States. James Bryce. for I' incut and diMndowment of the church

anti-Bailey faction anted to instruct mally presented his credentials to I in En;;lind and Wales was adopted In W( all'O>Dl31nufat.1u.Tl' a line f beavy. slow foJ't'(", working eDgines
Cnln 6 U. I .
slDgle cylinder to 4a H. I).
the committee to send sorce one to St President Roosevelt being introduced the house of commons 198 to 00. II four cylindEr,

Louis to obtain the testimony of F by Secretary Boot Mr. Bryce spoke I I docs not definitely commit the government The many hnndnds of Regal engines now in operation tbrough-
ut Ihe
Clay Pierce who had not appeared before of how much his country and the Unit I however, to tint policy Chief untry are a guarantee of the !satisfaction they are giving

tit the committee. This, proposition ed States have in common and how : feccretirj. Birreil for Ireland declared Get a Regal in (lie Beginning Don't i
was rejected however and the nnjjr similar are many of their problems :I that the church had noL benefited the Experiment

Ity fully indorsed Senator Bailey wit! saj ing that each must lie interested in state and that the !'tate hid done tbe : H;ind-ome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request

out waiting for the committee's r:'i*>rt the good fortune of the other Tbe I church nothing but harm by the relitioiiship -
Regal Gasoline
Later the house bv a tote of 70 to 41 president made cordial reply_ I Disestablishment! would restore Engine Co.

declared Senator Billpv: innocent of the Ohio Negro Not Appointed. the chunh as a spiritn.il body to Cold Water, Michigan

charges made ajralnst him The announcement that the president I a :'itate of spiritual authority throughout -
the I ind.
( Hughes Lectures Republic ns. had reapiwmted the present survejorof

In a speech -of ore ome o'd! time Ke the l ort of Cincinnati showed that Vatican Denounces Trance.Follonnis -. ,." ..... -. ., .
publican leaders at Albany Governor he had thought better of his intention the aiiiK'Uiu-ement that

Hughes told them that tue party must of appointing the ne:
put au end to graft null put? gool to that otlu-e. It was s.ud that this front by rofi'sing! ; to icrept :

public senke iu order to s>ue! tie ebanjre was due to the intenvision; of the pmposil of <" mini il! Iidllfll is tn THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO I

organization_ He wlJ he had alvrav J'prest'ntth'e Lungwort h and wa? a:i I church leis.>, uiti the piiMi*':ition of THE FARRAND-OECILIAN

been a Republican but that lo.vi'tv! t:> act of n.ercy toward Korakernoth. :l11t'gl."l church documents: tilkt.u from PIANO

arty>> does not require condoning of er report was to the eJ %t thit th l'ap:11tlndo: Mont nini. who w isexiled THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

wron;?: either in policy or iu aduilnttratlon. : president never intended to :i4'i><>iut from France, the \ituan publish -

The success of i oliticil or the De- ro. but wntore HoILIIIO -

sranbations must depend upon their Foraker's e1: n"e.I : : d.'u Min 'inz the rn"ncn zovernmc'it .

Idea It. as T violitor of njdit an
Shaw Heads Trust Company. I FOREIGN I i On tli" sinu. d iv the sic/ed documents

: \\c'r* mriirtl mor to tbe .Vu-tnan emJ -
Secretary tbe Treasury Shaw was .
: J hH':v for t!'niis..ion to Mgr. Mon.
elected president of the Carnegie Tmtcompany
Nicaraguans Claim Victory. II UIIM. pr<'-'nniablv with a desire to
of New \orfc. to take chirpeImmediatelv
:ISew-s of further tlzVin.:: ; !\.tw.>.:. Tl:.. :: make amends for their seizure Then

upon his. retirement from forces of Nic-in -;'1" .i:il Hi iluilowed -< t.t\! ; .>s.,ti itioiM for the lease of churches
the cabinet March .. This
compinjwa .. .
the .Iaznmw.'nt: t;!:it P- : were IIf'fir.1tf"ly broken offSnirno'f ,
organized last yeir with a capital
dent Boniili <>f Hoiiil;'.t" lit.l r..nn.y;:
of $1,000,000 and a surplus of SWOOuOWhen ,, : Report Against Stoessel.In .
<1, ,'I..re w i r
asked whit effect this bnsinejsentnre his olfMiil re}>ort leuteniiit Gen-
I
\uirjnia
\ wonVl hive upon his i' >liticilfuture. f fjx I era I JMiiiru'tfT assorts tint the sur-
j' TN ,\ttre i::.' I':'"
.
Mian: said that he was not an ron l >r of Pt.rt .Xn'uir ml t'i dpf\t
< I't-.m: : !!
active seeker for the presidential uomination. :Mukden: were due tu the blundei
S 1 7.R : ri ofj: (-'ii
I but that if it wnijrht him he '. .. and ("Owimll.'l' of G.'nenl st"ese'! :1\101\
$ -
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would not dcxl::e it He iwuiUM out '!) i Im aids. l'j<'k antI Keiwln, surrendeitnl -
: ,;tat.m Iit S' '
t :
that no urin had'n'r bvt.ii ele<:ie>lpresu'ert \t I IN'rt ,V 'tlmr tot tlie .I:ifvineso'simrnoJFs .
because he sought the honor, .:-". \.J.i In;; tloat> 1..1.1. I I : njMirt furms the basis for
1.1.. had .,"... ta I
.
He also !'iul that his future residente I :. the Indictmei! of the>e thriv mtD.TbO)
I
.t. wlr 1>4.IUthf!
would be In or neir New York oitv al- : >tcoP i are now on trial for their Ihes Itefore
11' 1 hlJllllr:1.. forl..s
j thc 'ij.rh he would o.'itinue to vote as i /' 1 the supreme court rmrtfil it t iv_
; :"i ti< ke l th.'ir
: :
resident of Denison" 11 : : tersbun. MoesscI: Is directlv amivilof
fl." .. :!:lITI")1l oa tLeV :
I histenm; the surrenikr to sne hHown
Mile Law '
Cent
Missouri's Two a ..
}" f"'I li awl 1...
r
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life In defiance of the decisions of
The :Missouri i bouse of represent rjt/: [ e :i use P.on-Ili I
two successive uncils cf war thus
tlves passed the 2 i-ent a mile railroad: !( bid withd'-iwn '

rate law after amending it so as to increase .r'f; !\ .|. his re\rl'o.t'l1ta. 'I committing treasonLUttn. \

tLc penalty for \iolation from tl\"e from then'-- i
...
$lCO to $300. The senate prouiptlv conturred bitrationolrt..
in the :amendment and the I're:>i ent 7.da.a. 7.eltya ay that in J remember: the next time jou snUVrfrom

measure went to the governor. loiJ: forces hive tnnirpLol In four bat pain-cau *J f>y d imp weather- A line that meets all demands

The Knox Boom Launched. ties with HoiKluras without uffinn;? when your hea nearly bur1-* from neuralgia

Congressman Burke of Pittsbure one dtfeat .V. battleas reported: at -trj P.allard'snnw: Lmmenl It both as to quality and price .

the town of San will cure 'ou. .\ prominent of
dinner Marcos tie Colon tbr man
at the Washington!
given speaking by Congressman Deemer to thePennsylvania place being captured by the Nicara Hemp-teail, Texa.!', write*: I have u=eil Selling Price from $450 to $850
guans. It was vour liniment. Previous to uin!.! it I \\ai
reported at
Washington
delegation formally presented a great suflerer from rheumaM anilneuralgia. Full
particulars sent
early In the week that on application
Senator Knox as the state's a second note I am oleased to say that now
i hoice for the presidency in ItwS. bad been sent by President Roosevelt I am free from these complamtg. I am

Grant Denies Speech Report.Ja to the belligerent Central American !sure I owe this to your liniment. So'd INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
republics xngje tinc that unless the by Red Cross Pharmacy. TITUSVILLE
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iTh 'FRIDAY: MARcH 8,1907 -- THE FLORIDA STAR '3 '. : _

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""; c : Eg sustained the decision of the lower .

r ;r :4 :: p:4 -.* .. ,-' : court In the' case of George W. Perkins : '

vice president of the New York .
r Difficult
"i: AM 1 ,:
Life and a member of the firm of J.

P. Morgan & Co. thus declaring him _

;>. guiltless of the charge of grand larceny Breathing ,z. : .:

in contributing $S0.000 of the life

< Insurance company's fund to the national Short breath, fluttering, ',. _

campaign fund of the Republican '

party. This money he first paid palpitation, sinking spells : ____

out of his own pocket, but was afterward are symptoms of a weak ;>

reimbursed. with interest, by the heart; struggling to do its ,'::
company. The court stood four to '

... 1.. three, the majority holding that it is work. It must keep the ; _

,,' necessary to prove criminal intent to blood in circulation to fif

I i t :Fr : .. -i; 4. -' ;$ .,... --. deprive or defraud the owner of his nourishment to
, ...,. property In order to establish the crimeof carry _
: nal commission as a guarantee aaa tad tll13 .. '. .. .J & ...1 ,1 '&A-. ...1 grand larceny. At the same time It make flesh, bone and mus- _

formal notice of the rejection of his absolute ru'ef! of the Standard Oil com
1 I EXECUTIVE I I is admitted that the purpose for which cle and remove the -worn- .
bid. These had been sent by special pany. Mr. Gates say that Mr. Rock I, the moneys of the company were used "

I messenger from the canal commissionto feller owns only 20 per cent of the was foreign to the purposes of the cor- out particles. men it .
1 Harriman on the Rack. In stock and never did have an Individual :
Mr. Oliver at his hotel Washing wration. cannot do this, it must ,

? The resumption of the Interstate commerce ton. At the same time he notified the controlling interest, this Includinghis In his dissenting opinion Chief Judge Miles' ,
.j have Dr.
.i; ...... commission's Inquiry into the commission that he wished to consult son's Interest Cullen says that the repayment of Per- help. '_
-t 'f / operation of the railroads dominated Heart Cure _
with his gives strength
The
attorney. presumption
The Famine In China. kIss was not an independent transaction _

!,; !jj.. ;by EL. H. Harriman last week at New was that he might make a claim The Red Cross has now cabled to the but part of the original scheme to the heart nerves and _

'f; : York was marked by the appearance against the government for the $40,000
" Shanghai central relief committee which was an illegal misappropriationof muscles and increases the
.. t "'W;: of Mr. Harriman himself as a witness. expenses: : which he had incurred In organizing $110000 for the famine sufferers and the company's fund. lIe main :
i!: During three successive dally sessions heart action. 4 '
k .. W' the construction company. has shipped lionoo worth of flour and tains also that it is not necessary that
the railroad manipulator was under the I '
He said that the president had accept. 7,500 barrels of seed wheat Of the the Intent should be the profit of the ''I am glad to say that I am so much
cI searching questions propounded by the ed his proposition and that the outcome improved in health. Dr. Miles Heart *4
and
totnl *(.5.000 was sent by the Christian taker points out that if a clerk in
t. commission's Frank B. Kellogg Cure cured me when several doctors '
counsel
was anything but a square deal the of the had taken
Herald. employ company failed I think no other medicine _
t' r At the outset the fact wo
this to to the Republican could do for me what Heart Cure has
brought out that In reorganizing Trainmen Vote on Strike. money give done. My case was bad; bad as It .
\ club of his ward it would have been could be at times. I had difficulty In
-.?. (: Chicago and Alt I LEGISLATIVE j I Voting was bejnin Thursday among larceny. getting my breath my heart beat so
.. ton the Harrimancrowdmade- the 50.000 trainmen employed on the fast at times that I thought it impossible I'
." northwest and I I. Thaw Insane Now? t. live without relict: the
forty-nine railroads
": Ship Subsidy Forced Through.) pain was very severe In my left side
$24,000.000 clear southwest of Chicago. and at the same To this question District Attorney I and my nerves was all unstrung. I 4
1 ; profits. Harriman The last week of the Fifty-ninth congress time the managers Invited further d!! Jerome appears to hive directed his had almqst given up all hope of being ,
was devoted mainly to finishingup cured and I am sure I would not. if
'_ admitted cussion of the time and wage demands attention after concluding his cross I had not taken the Heart Cure. Itake 4

. 4 that $83,000,000 the appropriation bills which were but their offer was Ignored. examination of Mrs. Evelyn Thaw In ereat pleasure in recommending
11 still In dispute between the two houses. Dr Miles' remedies to all who suffer .
: l of watered stock Receiver For Mrs. Eddy. the trial of Harry Thaw at New York with Mart dreease."
The senate receded from its proposed
MRS. MART C. HAULER.
,11 had been put Into reduction of $10,000000 In railway Relatives of Mr< Mary Baker G. for the murder of Stanford White- Sullivan Mo. 4'
this company namely, is the defendant now insane;
mail funds and the house allowed sal Eddy founder of the Christian Science Dr Miles' Heart Cure II sold by
1 but he refused His questions to the experts for the defense your druggist who will guarantee that C
church hive applied to the courts at
aries of rural carriers to be advanced.
the first botttA will benefit. If it fail '
\ to answer indicated that if doubt could be
Representative Wadsworth otew 2occord N II. for an accounting and he will refund your meney.MilesMetlicaiCo. .

_________________ unless compelled York got In a last rap at the presidentby receivership saying that she is mentally thrown on Thaw's present soundnessa ., ElkhartInd
by the courtsregarding commission In lunacy might be appointed -
In the bands of
preventing the conference on the unsound and is
his and the trial thus stopped. Dr. .. -
agriculture bill from inserting the can- designing l persons, The plaintiffs are ----
Interest Britton D. Evans refused to
personal expressan
ned food label clause. her only son, George W. Glover, a
dating a4 Boat-
The Most Valuable Set of Yacht _
In sales of seIL opinion on that point but declared '
The ship subsidy bill was forced nephew and'a granddaughter. 8uiUig Books ever Publtiked.
Frank B. Kellogg.
curltles to hisI that Thaw was no idiot or imbecile at
-; : roads. He evaded many pertinent through the house three days before Wreck of Pennsy Flier. the present time. Mrs. Thaw had denied RUDDERHOWTO -

questions with flippant or Impudent re adjournment by the close party division Opinions have differed regarding the that she had ever accused her husband -

, I k" plies. lie attacked ex-President Fish of 155 to 144 This was after it cause of the wreck of the New York- of cruelty and flatly repudiated BOOKSOver

.. ,. of the Illinois Central, charging him bad been defeated once fairly, 161 to Chicago eighteeen, hour flier on the ; the: alleged affidavit shown by Lawyer yxx boats have been built from the fine

, T -' with misuse of the railroad's funds. 154. but upon a motion to reconsiderthe Pennsylvania railroad which left the Hummel. The latter's testimony was printed every dim in these and books-upon every Successfully sr -Full sailed detail VI \

i Harriman' taunted the public for purchasing Republican leaders brought great rails while running at high speed Feb. arred. The introduction of the schoolgirl drawing of all parti showing wtiat it Is anj
to bear certain members. Johnstown and slid down a how to nuke it-Text extremely simple.
:. his Alton watered stock and pressure on ..23 near diary of Mrs Thaw had further

said that capitalization had little to Forty Republican insurgents :stood out i sixty foot embankment Into the Ice bared t her early character, but had resulted HOW TO BUILD A RACER fOR $SOM
..
.
foot tea*nt hot L rk. ,'el..iW.from all ia Oap >
I do with rate making. He said he would against the bill, and four Democrats covered Conemaugh river. The accident in no material shaking of the fund rrnciug boat foe.bvt.lean ta e bimnim i.

go on buying up railroads as long as refrained from voting. Four lines to was remarkable from the fact story sne had told. HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA I
f South American ports are to receive that not one of the more than 100 pas- fine boat for mftrnnou ...Ji"1f knocking abort h
such securities as the $100,000,000 of Overcoming the opposition of his ibaal. ."n Ha..-<-a_a""",01 0hV0P?bodt;.i..p 01'_
Union Pacific bonds held out. $300,000 a year for a monthly mall sengers on the train was killed although counsel Thaw gave to the reporters a nil; full(B.M..J pnUliet o< comptetrU bo U. .

Qtto IL Kahn an active partner of service and GOOOOOyfor a fortnightly fifty were more or less In typewritten statement saying how won- HOW TO BUILD A RACING. SLOOP .
:Dost twmitfal nrmir m rhm *Y*t Amgnti. a prf.wrno.f
Kuhn Loeb '&. Co., told of the huge service, except that the Argentine line Jured. The derailment occurred at a derful was that his wife had prevailed m AJMMH,Aa&tad Awtralu, eaqr tAl toil|IV
will get $400.000 for a monthly and point here an experimental track had tow.w.d. <
profits they had made on the Harriman I. against the cross examination of f
HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
$800,000 for a fortnightly service. been laid on steel ties and the railroad "
--to deals and volunteered the statement Jerome "backed by blacklegs. This Simple sod practml..a.O"1Oof. bow.-..: aland
f that out of "love and affection" for The senate ratified the new Santo officials were inclined to lay the wreckto somewhat incoherent outburst pave additional ball tor a*..itk any_... Several vtber pUaa.. _

the Union Pacific they had sold to that Domingo treaty. the failure of these ties to withstandthe color to the theory that the defendant HOW A fine TO ail BUILD around rniMiU A KNOCKABOUT! boat food eabm. craBa

company 103.000 shares of Illinois Cen- No Canteen For Soldier Home pressure as the heavy train thnn was in fact of unsound mind laikr; uiUUe tuc.balu vat n. I 3

I : tral at $173; for which they might have By a vote of 91 to 80 the house of I dered around the curving track. Or. at the present time. whatever he may I HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT lOOr I
A drrrr littte aailing boat,with moderate VTcrka&ct Me
got 200 from others, or at a loss of representatives declared its oppositionto ders were at once given to replace the have been at the time of the murder I _....4HOW plaa.
'
$2.500.000. 1 I appropriating money for any national steel ties with the old wooden ones. It was expected that the state would TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
J I Nevertheless the which made F.aa,to....oId;ewrthmg straight,jatttiMrtaftforabajto
"" C. W. Hllliard the present comptrol- home for volunteer soldiers where a company use this in forcing an official examination begia*...;taa be built very ctoeapl,eliot sloop or cat n<

i ler of the Alton said Its treasury had bar or canteen is maintained for the the steel ties will Reek to show that as to his sanity. HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTdnmptim

been left empty by Harriman and the accident was due to other causes. A eoupht. of bow to build a od.Loi.o BMIPRICE _
J r selling of intoxicating liquors. Adams "Confession" Discredited.The 31 aU! ,.o,4 ia...J"or.okl...
told bow the latter had mortgaged for Officials Blamed For Wreck.
Currency Bill Passes Senate. Idaho murder case against the
t $22,000.000 a branch line of the Alton President Newman and Vice President $1. EACH
miners' federation leaders was altered
The Aldrich bill passed the
; without a stroke of work ever having currency and Chief Engineer Wilgus of the PMCPAIO, CKPftCSS aKY"MlHt _ _
senate by a vote of 43 to 14, the dl by the statement in court by Steve '
.f t' been done toward Its construction and New York Central have been summoned Bound In doth-Cold Irttmns-Size of pag.. '
vision not being along strictly partisan Adams that his corroborative "confes by 12 .Khn-Lir.e.uearly-tluwn plans.
Y bad spent the proceeds for other pur before the railroad commission nXew 9 '
'\ lines. The bill authorizes the secretaryof sion" was made up by the state officials
poses. York_ ___ to n testify__ ____., In__ rp"-.iri1._...___ tn. the_ lIe THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
the treasury, when In his opinionthe and signed by him under duress.
Milwaukee' Automobile Cars cause of the wreck of the suburban 9 MUMftA- STRUT NEW YORK. U. S. A I
supply of silver certificates of the then denied ever having plotted to kill

j ; Milwaukee has the distinction of bet denominations of ones, twos and fives'are express train on Feb. ICtb which resulted Steunenberg S"iJ'' foilalor Catalogue of Books forachliman'f
In the United Statesto In the death of more thin a Library ;I
the first city
f, Ing Insufficient to meet the public demand -
score of persons. The officers admitted
have complete automobile equipment -
a to issue United States notes of OAS'1'OR.A.

: for the collection of malls. The the same denominations retiring an having planned eighty miles an hour e&rstbe : Yon Hays ,\l'Jways Bought

f cars are constructed on the plan of equal amount of Unites States notes of speed on a track built to endure but L1ta "
> forty-six miles an hour speed Newman Bigutue ... # Ferry -* tls
mall being strong
cars,
regular railway the higher denominations with the of .t' are not ai expert* 1 1I

t 4 compact and capable of high speed. proviso that such authority shall not insisted that the limit of -aCety rnenlbut,tuey with assure i proper success cultivation ,'.

They are fifteen feet long, five feet operate to lessen at any time the aggregate for high speed trains had not yet been from the Mart L ters liave nodoni.ts
.. driver's reached and said there were as at p'antiag nor disappoiatmeats -
r wide and nine feet high. The amount of United States note many i at harvest Get

$ seat Is protected by a closed front. The outstanding or to affect the right of wrecks on slow trains as on fast ones. The Story of a Medicine.Its .

Inside Is so arranged with racks and .V passenger train on the Baltimore II '
any national bank to issue one-third of I name-"Golden: ical Discover

I mall bags that the men may sort letters its circulation in denominations of and Ohio was derailed near Connells. was suggested by one of its mo>\ important I

en route to the postofflce. The sys- fives. The present law is amended so Mile. Pa.. Thursday night while the engineer and valuable ingredients-GoldenSeal

."i tern Is expected to give many additional I. as to permit receipts from customs as w ns trying to make up time for root.Nearly. _

!. collections In outlying districts. well as tho,.;e from internal revenue to officials of the road who were on an forty years ago, Dr. Pierce discovered for bluest sorest, best crop*-
for
: tour that he could, by the use of at a 1 oealer* Iamous over
inspection The engineer was killed pure
A.Mu.I
Roosevelt Booms Athistics.During be deposited in national banks. The joyear*
and forty hurt most of the triple-refined glycerine aided by a certain free oa request
persons ,
his recent visit to Harvard law relating to the retirement of national of constantly maintainedheat _
degree D. M. FERRY 4. CO.f t
passengers being able to get out of the
university where his son Theodore is bank notes Is nKo amended by and with the aid of apparatus and MhiMIch.I'11Tc7.

a student President Roosevelt accompanied increasing from $3/x>ooco to ?C,<* ,- wrecked caw just before they took tire appliances designed for that purpose extract 't

by his family, was greeted 000 the maximum amount of national :ind burned up. from our most valuable native me-

with great enthusiasm by the studentbody bank notes that may I* retired in any I Kingston's Loss $20,000,000. ': dicinal roots their curative properties 50 YEARS*
I much better than the of alcohol
by ue ,
and faculty. In an address he one month. V final estimate by the leading uier EXPERIENCE
so generally employed. So the now world-
advocated the retention of in chants of Kingston; Jamaica places I
Ratified.
stoutly Santo Domingo Treaty famed "Gold*'n Medical Di.covery.- 'ii
tercolleglate football and other sports The senate, with a vote of 43 to 19. the loss from the recent earthquake :: the cure of weak stomach, indigestion or

maintaining that the playing of such one more than the necessarv two- :. and fire at between $Wl'lXQand i I i manly .fOOOOO. I is 1 kindred derangements was first made, as ..
tended to make strong. $ It proved to get a'
games third ratified the new Santo Domingo
it has bV> without .JLJ4t1
ever since n, a particleof
men. lIe said that he did not want to treaty. government l I..au of $;VAH,000\ to help alcohol in its unak -up.

see Harvard or any other college turn rebuild the city.I A glance>U\ju\l list of its ingredients TRADE MARKS
I
mollycoddles: Instead of vigorous Brownsville Inquiry Adjourned.The I printed on Tjyer* bottle-w rapper, DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS .
out affairs will show that it Is aiao/,' from the most .
men and that he did not In the least senate committee on military I I LEGALCRIMINALNebraska 1 I ': valuable medicinal roatsMound growing 4c.
finished its of the sketch and
Investigation Anyone sending a description may
because it was rough. In American fores tSJ All these
object to a sport our jnaorsHment quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aa
vein he spoke to the fellow riot at lirownsville, Tex More thin rrdIenthsve recejv r'wh7 .' -"-. invention is probably poxentabie.l CommonicUoiMstnctlyeonadentiaJ. *-
In a similar Wins Tax Cases. Handbook on Patent
rremth'eJ eoTcST
soldiers of the discharged Twenty
UiPg
of his younger son Ker- forty yy sent free. Oldest icency for serum(patent
students '
'fifth infantry had been examined The I uitPd states preme court in p Patents taken through Mann & Co. retelTCtptrtal ;
mit during a short call at Groton I c-cr,, thprn the -"j notice, without cbutce, la tie
I The officers of the battalion will be a deciM"n announced by Justice f'

school. I heird March 11 Holmes rule that the Union Pacific .0. p" for I ti. .tttifi. Hm rican.: .. _
on .1 ( 1' > V ... __.. ... ., ....y_ yn...
U. S. Subtreasury Robbed. I and Burlington mlrou must nay th* AiittiebooKof these endorsement* Lasbeen : I A handsomely nhmtrated w eklr. Turret <*ircnlaunn .
given to the fact that tax rate M tJ\r:: i>i',ptrty In the state compiled by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of (it an!..cieritl5c tooraaU Terms IiT a
Publicity was $170.000 had occurredat I[ MISCELLANEOUS']' of NebriAka to the amount of $.1.IfO.- ; Buffalo J*. Y, and will be mailed frre to ar: four months,|L Soid bj H newsdealer
a theft of over I any one asking same bv postal card or | MUNN & CO.3GIBroadNr New York
United States subtreasury In 000. This irKludes: the taxes of letter addressed to the Doctor as atxne. I I
the Branch OUrc.: OS F !"t. Wo.hlnst.st.I>.C.
The loss of the money had John D. Not So Rich. 1904-U>O.;. with 1Iaities! for nonpiy' From: theen\lvrsf'im'nt>, copied from -
Chicago. .. standard medical U>oks of all the different -
ment. The rjjlrw.uN: bid off>ml t
been known. to the officials for nearly Frederick T. Cate. the man through; Schools of practice it will be found
public DurIng -I settle for ?J2 WW. The objection to i that the "( KILLIHECOUCHAND
a week before it 1-ecaroe whom John D. RIH.:kef filer makes his mgred cnts composing the ;ok!
this time diligent but fruitless efforts various rifts: to hooK churches and payment had been made originally on : en Medical DiMX\.:rv" are advised not CURE THE LUNGS
: the that the board only for the cure of the above mentionlddisea.es
plea : equal.zatiou i
discover! the guiltperson > has
confirmed
made to other public Institutions,
were I but also for the cure of all catarrhal -
who supposed to bo some I explkitly the report Urculited last acting under the Influence of I'oliticaiagitation. bronchial and throat affections WitH Dr.

eniplojcd In the institution The week that he hid denied that Uxkc- had M> increased the \aluation accompanied with catarrhal discharge King'sNew

one the matterin i of prop .rty as to almost double hoarseness, sore! throat. lingering or
have like ;
secret service officers feller's Income was anything $100.- I II I han -on-roullhoi. and all those wasting
laid to I* the Mr Gates Insists that the aggregate payment of railroads :
charge This OOO.OuO) a jcar I : affections which if not promptly and Discovery
loss bj theft in the history of the Rockefeller fortune cannot exceed$300.Miukk i!' In previous years. It was charged that .i properly treated are liable to terimniw
largest I the board took into consideration Inter. Take Dr. Pierce's Discovery
in consumption. -
: : ) and that his Income In his Price
department.
the treasury "J state business and of the railroads in time and persevere In its use
Oliver Bitter. I most prosperous year cannot have exceeded property I I until you give it a fair trial and it is tiot FOR CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00
Contractor j located outside of the state but
KnoxvilKTenn 13,000,000 to $ ,Olooo. He I likely to disappoint. Too much must not Free Trial.
William J. Oliver of said he had obtained these facts fromMr. on these points the court decided other be expected of it. It will not perform

.. the lowest bidder for the ran' wise. miracles. It will not core consumptionIn Guaranteed for all THROAT and
Rockefeller himself and that the
contract. refund to accept: II I its advanced stages. No medicine will. LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY
ama canal check for $:XA>.UJO UUKUhehadplaced j I Standard Oil man has no objections to G. W. Perkins Not Guilty. It mil cure the affections that lead up to
the certified the into his confidence on consumption / taken in time. I
In posse>Moii of the Cd- tak'ng; :! public The. Now York court of appeal baa

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> ,:*i": '" -. '* FLORIDA- STAR WASHINGTON'S _'BIRTHDAY CAUGHT BY THE GRIP-- ,

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1 'f :, Z- Ent-eJeClaUhepol&olleeaTltuITil1e. The Celebration at En Gallic Was a
'ff '. : teeoad-claii mail matter. PERUN8BLa
: BY
r' 'I, RELEASED
$;; Glorious AffairIt i :
,.. r. .Stiles 8.Water, edttor..d rmMUfc *
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was a glorious day! Such a dayas

.'.;/ ., .PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY MORNING one sees only in Florida and at I
Gfi Is Catarrh.
; Grippe Epidemic
this season of the year. The sun
that neither
understood
j .' It must be clearly
; ;: '1 TH Step nor its editor is responsible for rose in a clear sky,giving promise of
-,' "pinions expressed by eonei pondente. the pleasant day which was to follow THE disease now known M 'grip'
to be called'influenza'
The"Fernandlna Record is inclined and a light northeast breezewas It very closely resembles a cold,but Is mE. ... l,
''a to find fault with the McWilliams blowing, making it just cool more tenacious In its hold upon the ii-i.
.,< enough not to be warm. system and produces more profound dis
that
good roads bill on the ground .J 'f
::4 turbances. 'S
The various committees had work-
-' Nassau county would not be directly Grip I* in reality epidemic catarrh. s
benefitted by the construction of ed out every detail and all was ready When it once begins it spreads over the 1 ,r ; i

} three main highways radiating from for the races and other shorts. country very rapidly. f1

{ Jacksonville to Pensacola, Tampa The handicapping committee hada People do not cat.h the grip from each. f't 1
task in figuring the other,but each one catches it from the
big handicapsfor \ .
'
and Miami. It is too early to state atmosphere. '
thirty boats but how well their c '
,
definitely the scope of the 'proposed "Most Ufectlve Medicine Ever Tried i' .
{ work was done was attested by the .
: measure, but it may be safely assumed for La Grippe." -, 1 \ 0' \
that Mr. McWilliams is anx- universal satisfaction and no protests.By Bobt.Madison,A. M.,Principal of. \
ious to make any amendments or 9 o'clock the crowds began to Cullowhee High School,Painter,N.C.,! + / GArlIa ae r "V
is chairman. of the Jackson County /
assemble on Olmsteads point and
and
be desirable
that
changes may .
R Board of Education.He
there is no good reason why the east from north and south the launches is&writer of occasional verse and Pain e

i coast highway should not extend came, some to enter the races and has contributed to a number of leading

from Fernandina to Cutler in lower some with loads of visitors. papers and magazines,-religions, educational sr ra'rvrroktt
10 o'clock hundred and secular.In .
By fully eight
counties not
Dade. Then too
any
of Peruna Mr. Madison
speaking ,
included in the main arteries could people had arrived and the scene wasa says:

easily be brought into the system oft gay one. Some had secured seats "I am hardly ever without Peruna in '

state roads by laterals, built under all about on the rocks rising twenty my home. It Is the most effective medicine :

? the same-provisions and conditionsas feet above the water near the light that I have ever tried for la grippe. I
house whence they had a clear view "It also cured my wife of nasal ca t
determined
Florida is
as the former. tarrh. Her condition at one time was ,
'-t to have a ,complete system of good of the entire course. such that she could not at night breathe I Medical i
The
roads and the years 1907, 1908 and Promptly at 10 the first gun was through her nostrils.

1909 ought to bring about this much fired and the Lee shot across the "Inconsequence, an inflamed condition t I Profession i
desired end. starting line, followed by the other of the throat WM brought about, t Recognizes -
boats in their order. The last boatto getting worse and worse and yieldingto : i The Grip as
no remedy until Peruna was tried."
Keep It Right Before the Eye cross the line was the Rabbit, Healthy Mucous Membranes. t Epidemic

We are in receipt of a letter from with handicap of 17:25. Those who are fortunate enough to I Catarrh. >= 5 I

't Mr. John Anderson, of Messrs. An- There were twenty of them, and a have perfectly healthy mucous mem- \
pretty sight it was. The first boats branes ordinarily do no.t catch the grip. t
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derson & Price, managers of the Ho-
.. across were striving hard to hold The mucous membranes lining the During an epidemic of grip Peruna I "Two years ago I began using Peruna
'tel Ormond, who is doing his utmost nose throat and lungs when in that in
,
a should be used. The doses recommended and it built up my strength so a-
their lead while the boats
4 j to secure an automobile road from rear were normal state, are an effectual barrier on the bottle are sufficient. couple of months I was able to go to
r Jacksonville to Miami; and we also steadily eating up their ,handicap.The against the invasion of grip. After the grip has once been acquired, I work again.
course was a triangle of 5 3-4 But,if there happens to be the slight Dr. Hartman recommends the use of "This winter I had another attack of
: append a paragraph from a letter
miles and when the boats started est catarrhal derangement of the Peruna in teaspoonful doses every hour la grippe,but Peruna soon drove it out
I written by Mr. W. R. McGivens, in membranes then the victim becomes after which the wife and I consider
; i down the third leg the excitementgrew mucous during the acute stage, of my system. My
'1 : the Times-Union of Feb. 24th, in re- an easier prey to the grip. directions on the bottle should be fol Pernna a household remedy."
gard to road improvements along the apace. It was anybody's race, This in part explains why some pea lowed. Pneumonia followed La Grippe. .
# east coast. but The Inn got the lead in the last ple get the grip,while others do not. Experience has shown that the people Mr. T Barnecott, West.\-elmer,Ontario -

Mr. Anderson writes the editor of: half mile and held it. She crossed I The rational thing to do is to keep the who use Peruna as a remedy for grip ,Can.,writes:
the line at 10:55:27ith the Eureka: system free from catarrh. In attempting generally recover sooner and are Jess I "Last winter I wa* ill with pneumonia -
THE STAR as follows: to do this most people have found liable to the distressing and long-con after having la grippe. 1 took.
7 close second at 10:55:40.At .
"It strikes me that this extract a Peruna to be invaluable. tinued after-effects of the grip. Peruna for two months,when 1 became
from Mr. McGiven's letter should be 11:15 the first gun for the Systemic Catarrh, the Result of La When Peruna has not been used dur- quite well, and 1 can say that any on -
kept in print in every paper along speed race started the Ram and Friday Grippe. Pe-ru-na Receives Credit ing the course of the,grip and the patient can be cured by it in a reasonable time
13th across the line together, for Present Good Health. finds himself suffering from the aftereffects at little expense."
the east coast until road is
a open with Baby Bullet third at 11:27:45 Mrs. Jennie W. Gilmore, Box 41, of this disease,a course of Peruna pe.ru.na-A Tonic After La Grippe.
from Jacksonville at least to Fort White Oak,Ind. Ter., formerly House- should be resorted to. Mrs.Chas. E. Wells, Sr., Delaware,
;
t; Pierce. With the opening of the and the Blanche II fourth at 11:40- keeper for Indiana Reform School for Suffered Twelve Years From After-: Ohio,writes: "After a severe attack of

1 road to Daytona the improvement 18. This was a three lap race and Boys,writes: Effects of La Grippe.Mr. la grippe", I took Peruna and found it avery
of the road between Titusville and no one could tell the result, so close- "Six years ago I had la grippe which Victor Patneaude, :328: Madison good tonic."
ly were the boats handicapped.At was followed by systemic catarrh. St.,Topeka,Kan., member of Knightsand Mrs Jane Gift, Athens,Ohio, writes:
Oak Hill cannot be and
long delayed, "The only thing 1 used was Peruna Ladies of Security,writes: "Six years ago I had la grippe very bad.I .
" when once the Indian river sectionis the beginning of the third lap and Manalin, and I have been in better "Twelve years ago 1 had a severe attack read a testimonial of a woman who
connected with the Halifax section the Friday 13th was leading the Ram health the last three years, than for of la grippe and 1 never really re- had been cured of grip by Peruna. My
and St. Avgustine and Jacksonville, by one minute with Baby Bullet two years before."I covered my health and strengthbutgrew husband bought me a bottle of Pernna.
there will be something doing along minutes behind and Blanche II still give P?mna all the credit for my weaker every year, until 1 was 1 was soon able to do my work. T oon
good health" unable to\vork. tinued using it until was cured."
the Halifax and Indian rivers." in the rear, but gaining fast. On

-7 Mr. McGivens in regard to the home stretch Blanche, with that .
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says -- -- -- -- --- -
automobile excursions along the east fine old sportsman, Capt. C. J. Cog- The primary for the municipal e] >c-I I\ECZgiU"YtiaH"rrfv" /a1iu IV" 1\ IV' If "--II rJ.1.J '.J\.V
coast roads: gin "giving her every ounce in the lion in Pensacola will be held on : ,1 .Ilrllllllllllllllllrtz.

r "Re\iewing the trip and its possibilities i- locker" was in the lead, followed April 2.

I should say that for the ex- closely by Baby Bullet, and thus they t I
+ penditure of a comparatively few crossed the line amid tooting horns Babyshould I The Fertilizers
lit' urliirH i ir tilt ]i 5 shouts and cheers.
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to thousands of dollars the entire road Everyone was will In if ion :tine it \\ hit-'* Cnalllt'r- I
could be put in superb shape between pleased'to see Capt. Cogb-n win the mifuiw, the itrvatt worm medicine ever I
otTerwl to -iilffnnj luni irutThi t rein ,
I ,f Daytona and St. Augustine. beautiful silver cup. e\l\ i* bemusing ix't man",'nt tixtuieot j
Indeed, there would be many milesof After dinner the crowd wendedits well regulated l hon-ehol .s \ mother
it that would need but little more way to the baseball ground on the with children can't set ntonz without a I Fifty ears'experience thron h three gen-
111 tlitI -
than the filling in of occasional ruts campus of the Kentucky Military in- l-ottle hou-t'I of It Whit'-"t is tile trt31U't"rluitu'C lt1rt'ot: and l M nif
and the lopping off of some unruly stitute. The north bound train vine that money ("'HI.11.\'. Bold b,, led: I :: \V re are a household word all over fair Florida.

' branches of trees. Anyone who has brought a wry large crowd and it is Crws Pharnucv Our thirtieth year in the state.

}l traveled the road would say that it the estimated that fully 800 people\\ JAMES C. SPELL Our goods combine safety, reliability and

would be well worth the expense. game. profit for the
The K. M. I's were first at the bat grower.
It is than pity-it is sin-
worse a a and Surgeon'Phone No
Physician dangerous compounds.Ask .
that road beautiful and piled up three runs before the
a so by nature
. : and so rich in possibilities should lie inning closed. Then Stetson got 17TITUSVILLE our agents for pamphlets and find the

undeveloped and untraveled." two, and the boys steadied down. FLA. reason why you onght to buy our goods.

'.. THE STAR has called attention several Each side added one to tneir score
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:' times the past few months to before the ninth inning. In the first Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro., Titusville

- the need of a good hard-surfaced half of that the K. M I's failed to BOBBINSQRAHAM '"":.. J. M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, Rockledge

t<< road connecting this place with Oak score. Stetson came up determined A. T. Patillo Osteen F. Bergmann, Merritt

- Hill, New Smjrna, Daytona and Or- to win, and it soon looked squally for & I E. R. Provost, Lotus -

mond, and this is one of the connect- the home boys; with two men out and --- CO,

ing links that Mr. Anderson refersto three men on bases, the l lat batter (Incorporated Paid nj ('*i".U <.H 000 M JII IIIJJJI> a>JJJJJIJIJIIIIIJIIJII.t .. t > > l >w)>RI IJI.J.I'llllli >w > > >
;- 'f\i yYVYYYIIVYY + vy veyyY\ YrvyYJ tli 'II"
in the above paragraph. drove a hot one down left field. The Tin company owns landsin II yYYYYY IIW W\I i9

These places just north of us have third base:: runner wa coming down the Indian Urn (buntrvon -
already derived some of the benefits like the wind but the ball wa fielded the t. Lncie River, i
at New liner and oi LJis- i
from improved road they have constructed home just in time to catch him. and .,wnr n,,'" I WINCHESTER

..: linking them together as the gameasoer. THICKS TO srrr THKTU1F.Sen : : I
' The next day Stetson got even bya .
one community and drawing tourists l fur :andlist.!"
i for the season and causing the home score of 4 to 2 in a hot game OFFKE'ATTITUSMLLF. ,t+n

people to mingle together in a more Both tam are composed of fine : *\p MI\MI

friendly and social way. I young men and good players all. "NUBLAC"Loaded I

The first and most important work After the bal! game tho 1K( yard EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

, # in this section is the connection of dash was run by Christian, of Eau Black Powder Shells
G. F.DUREK,Agent,
Galhe and Winters of the K. M.1.
the Titusville and Oak Hill roads. ,

With that accomplished we would Winters won by less than two feet P\ Shoot Strong and '
have a continuous hard-surfaced road The grand ball in the evening was =- Florida and : Evenly,
the crowning feature of a day thor- Are Sure Fire
from Ormond to this place- over 50 oughly enjo\ed by all. The music ,
miles. By the time this is done, Or- was good and the floor fine. The -__: WesternMeats Will Stand Reloading.

mond road will have reached the i dancers kept it up until midnightand I ) ,j q,

Ancient City and the latter should be. all went home tired, but happy. They Always Get The Game.

connected with Jacksonville.So .

lets be up and doing. The workis .CA.8TOB.XA.lt3te .>.s Boa; of all Kinds, } r 'l+ For Sale Everywhere.
too important to be delayed or !1r ceh9 : .r

Y neglected any longer. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.








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< NO POSTPONEMENT.Colonel .


l.'F/ ,- Brown Wants Isthmian Canal ;ri1 # k r-

tf} 1Wq1 L 'r .IX, 'PAIR FLORIDA Exposition Next Winter a the If

t .w r The Tampa Evening News of Monday -

i J; :: .; if ris Mi| Done Toiirts, tie De- says: '

"President Thomas J. L. Brown, ol

l "" :' Yeloput t of the Peninsula the Isthmian Canal Exposition Company iI theKildren I rIi

t. ar 3 enormous'whale was seen in returned this morning from
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%: i'.. "t pa Bay last week. Washington where! he hag boon work-
'
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! "If- '. .! A Tillage improvement society has ing in behalf of the Exposition. Whileit fir

J ., t ;/ teen organized at *Bartow. proved impossible to secure financial I" ,
aid from Congress (t this time. "
t 1'f t- :;;t Apalachicola's new waterworks system
Colonel declared to News ,
-";._ :/: ) has been_completed and is now in Brown a II from'School
,' .{ ,: man emphatically, that it would never

4...... ', use.Carload do to postpone the Exposition for one _
/ :' 9f shipments of beans, peppers -
: ti'f! and tomatoes are now being year. i '
Congress has just voted 700,000 itJ
, made from Dade County.
for the Alaskan Exposition in 1909 ;

# :. iti J The stockholders of the Tampa and it would be impossible to secure _. S 7

c j -:,r' Electric Company have voted to add any aid from Congress for our Expo

. .:.;l .{ooooo to the capital stock. sition in that year. Besides It They usually want

!" It has been decided by the Pensa- wouldn't do to have our Expositionthe .
i -
If';{ cola Carnival Association to make the same year as the other event. We something from

t : Mardi,Gras celebration in that city an must have it in 1908 and there is
: the .
1 .t. annual event. no good reason why we shouldn't haveit pantry I -

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Worth
f Stephens a leading merchant -

:I. of Live. Oak and a prominent "Colonel Brown said the State Fair You remember the hunger you W
d and the Exposition could be easily
J man In Suwannee County died suddenly -
.:. much
Home cooking counts ( :
in Feb-
combined and held January.
I .;> .: last Friday of acute indigestion. l
and March. 'Call it "The flor- ** ,
: ruary in the child's health do
The famous inventor Thomas A. ; not impair 1
ida State Fair and Isthmian Canal ,
. : Edison has arrived at his winter it with alum food the of
Exposition"' said Colonel Brown. 'At by use poor..baking powder. .
t
home in Fort Myers where he will
'spend the remainder of the winter the dollar dinner which the Chamberof Hare delicious, pure, homemade muffin, cake or biscuit ready when me,

:. with big family. Commerce has so kindly arrangedfor come in. To..te sure of the purity you raust," :
me tonight, I will explain the mat-
An old hermit named Donahay ter fully. I will also ask that imme- I

aged nearly 70 years, committed suicide diate steps be taken to have the

at Trilby by hanging himself tc Morse party extend its trip to Tampaand ROYAL =

a rafter in his house. He had rela- be the guests here of the Cham- ;

fives in Philadelphia. ber of Commerce. Mr. Morse

The Jacksonville and Cuban Fruit know is the owner of the Clyde you and Rojal makes a difference in yow botne a difference in your health-3

Line has commenced the running of Mallory lines, and has also acquiredthe U a difference in your cooJ Dg.l .

vessels between Cuban ports and Ward line and a visit from him

Jacksonville. The first shipments are to Tampa would be of benefit to the [(l ROYAL is absolutely Puce '

composed of bananas and cocoanuts. city. I also expect to have the Cham- ,

n A meeting of representative fruit ber of Commerce authorize me to Invite -

and vegetable growers of Dade Countywas i the Florida Press Association

held in Lemon City Tuesday which meets in Key West this week U

night when an arrangement was form- to hold its next; annual meeting in Witnessed the Killing of WhiteA Shipments of Cigars From Tampa Tax Statement ;

ed which has for its object the securIng Tampa.' Pensacola dispatch to the Tampa Shipments of cigars from Tampafor Tax statement for the month of February

of reduced freight and express "Colonel Brown leaves tomorrow Tribune says: "Daniel Cannon a the week ending February 21st 1907 the ,year for taxes 1906. as levied per Sec.and 35, Chapter collected 4115 for t

dates. night for Key West to address the clerk in the Pensacola postoffice today amounted to 5710000. Previously re- :Laws of Florida. R

Press Association on The Value of made a statement to Federal District Collected in Amt yet to 1
ported shipments for the
present
all year I
On account of the dry weather Feb. 1907 be coll'cted
the State He is in Attorney Sheppard that he wit-
Expositions to
the drainage canals and small ditches were 35,345,000. Total shipments Co. rev.. gen. funds 536 22 f 9,105.91School
running into the Miami river now fine health and wears his new honorsas nessed the slaying of Stanford White, from January 1st to February 21st I I fund___________ 75070 1.1,748.28
Road and fond.321.73
President of the Chamber of Com and that two nights previously he bridge 5.463.MFine 1
were 41085000. Total shipments for
forfeiture fund
.swarm with black bass and other and 26 81 435.33Spec <
freshwater fish. Some very good merce with becoming grace." heard White threaten the life of the corresponding period of last year .. road 0 fund 0 dist.- 2.114 63 1,221.37 I-
Harry Thaw. The witness at the .. 3.17369 3595.90
were 29,050,000. The increase in ship- "
catches are being made by the small 417646 1415.52
boys after school hours.Miami Rec A Favorite Remedy for Babie time of the tragedy says he was ments for this year, up to February21st pecial tax school dist, 39.59 6s.25 -I

Its pleasant taste and prompt cures seated at the table adjoining the one was 12,005,000 cigars.How' Polls (school fund)..___. 46.00 52800:
hue made Chamberlain's Remedy -
i Cough I
ord.The occupied White and party of his
by a Total *, 15 83 $35,188.11 I
a favorite with the mothers of small
Cosmopolitan Magazine is likely
i children. It quickly cures their coughs/ friends. It is understood that Dis- .Thls? A.A. STEWART, .-
to get into legal trouble because of [Seal] Clerk Circuit Court. 4
and colds and prevents any danger of trict Attorney Sheppard will take no
the malicious and lying article it published or other serious We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for
pneumonia consequences.It action. any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Cure Blood,Skin Dieae .Cancer Greatest -
in its late issue reflecting on not only cures croup but when givenas Hill's Cata rh Cure.

several prominent Marion County citizens soon as the croupy cough appears will Letter to E. L. Brady &Bro. F. J.t'HEXEY &: CO, Props., Toledo, O. Blood Purifier Free
prevent the attack. For sale by lied We, the undersigned have known F. J. If:your blood is impure, thin, diseased, j
and the county officials. Mr. H. Cross Pharmacy.The Dear Sirs: Not one man in ten knows Cheney for the laat 15 years, and believe him I hot or full of humors if you have blood

:; L. Anderson has been retained by whether he's wasting money or not perfectly honorable in all business transactions poison, cancer carbuncles eating sores,
some of the citizens whose names Melbourne Chautauqua.The when he paints. It depends on the : and financially able to carry out any obligations scrofula, ('(eczema itching, risings and
made by their firm.
paint. bump, scabby, pimply skin, bone pain,
\N &TRC Wholesale Drnzsri-rts.Toledo
Star. EST AX::
were used in the article.-ocala East Coast Chautauqua or the With one paint, your job will take 10 \V\LDIXG. KINSAX &;, M\B>IX, Wholesale catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or ,
The farmers around Alapattah are Chautauqua of the Tropics is now being gallons and frost $;s.0 for paint and labor' ; Drn !! sts.Toledo..O kin disea?**, lake Dotanic Blood Calm '
tomatoesand with another 12 antI cost JW- -; Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally act J>. B. 1>.) Soon all sores heal, aches and 1
putting out large fields of held at )Melbourne closing on March with another 14 and cost 70; ing directly upon the blood and mucous: surfaces pains top and the blood m i made pure t
other vegetables. While some 17th. We are in receipt of the annual with another 16 and cost K); of the system. Price 75c. per bottle.Sold I and rich. Druggists or by express $1 per Jl
vines are heavily laden with fruit I Bulletin containing the program for with another 18 and cost 90; by all drn? been I with another 20 and cost 100; Family Pills are the best. 1 Blood Balm Co, .Atlanta (ja. B. B. B.
other fields adjoining have just the entire session as well as other in-
with another 22 and cost 110; :, is especially" advi-ed fur chronic, deep I
planted. Great fields of beans are carnation of \alue to prospective- Here's an example. Professor Irvine Weekly Weather Keport.V. 1 seated cases, as it cures after all eie fails.

j being planted, and one constantlypasses iiors. The prosrara is a lengthy one .of the .Academy Mercersburg, Pa., --- ----
wagons on the road loaded and contains many numbers that will I painted the floors of his dormitories 8.DEPARTMENT OF AQBICULTCKE. WCATBEBBCEfcAC. I NoticeAH .
one year with one punt, I
every year
with crate material for packing, or be of interest to all. The musical next year with the paint of the other JCPITER, FL%., Mth 5. 1W7. cnncerm-d take notice that I will J

bound for town with the gathered numbers include vocal and instrumental dealer there-to divide the busmen be- Comparative statement of temperatures I introduce in tie! next legislature a bill to
abolish the of Dre'ard
products. In the fields negro women selections of a high order and twt-en them-till Devoe came to to"n. ,and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.P4TE county court' t.'OunI -
The job took 90 gallon takes 60 Devoe. I Jty, Florida. \lE II. JONES,
and girls are mostly employed in will be rendered by Mrs. Marguerite ; 190. Iltll! i .
did Representative.January
He
The difference, CO gallons, $150.
:M\X M1:.. :MX. :MIX.
gathering beans, and to see them car- Raymond, of Chicago; Mrs. Flora McDonald n't know he was losing $150; a year till he Feb. :.. 7S 63 77 o.i I! 23rJ, 1007.
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rying baskets on their heads to the of Detroit; Vanda Enos, witha got Devoe. :N..6 70 61 43
Another example. When Gee W Mch. 1. 77 .0 6<) 50 Notice 1 1All t
.. I
the
of R.
packing houses reminds one splendid musical company; Mrs.
:. Si W 76 b7
:
Brown, Union, & C, painted B Arthur's i j
cotton fields farther North. It is in- D. Hoke, of Jensen; Mr. and Mrs. house first time it took 30 gallons 3. "4 W 76 70 concerned take notice that I will
4, 7* 62 73 tin | introduce a bill in the next legislature.
all along Wm. of Eldred Mrs. Geo.L. Devoe 14 gallon -
deed an industrious scene Pomeroy ; "cheap" paint repainted ; 5. 79 63 ti9 55 I amend chapter 4562 of the laws of Flor-

the road and jet it is a very small Hanscom, of Jacksonville, and !?!. Total rainfall for the week. .12 inches. i I ida, eo as to exclude all that part of Moe-

percentage of the truck farming of many others of note. The lectures will Yours Titusville truly.F. ,.Fla. inches.Departure rainfall forthe. week minus .56 quito lagoon lying Brevard county from t

_this county.Miami Record. be by some of the most noted plat W. DEVOE A. Co., Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus the operation of said chapter. t

_j- of cigars from Tampa of form orators in the South among 25 New York.P. 6.03 inches. 1 WADE Representative.January II. Joan, .
4 Shipments H. P. llAsnrv.I .
Ja : Pritchard sell
ft> ; bon our paint.
the week ending February 16 amounted whom are Dr. Edwin Southers, the I 1 __ Official in Charee. 23rd, 1907.

to 5,865,000. Previously reported Florida Cracker; Rev. S. D. Paine. Weather ReportCMMAP.v

.. shipments for this year were 29,480- Rev. Wirt and negotiations Lowther Franklin are in A.- :- FOR FEEBLAE'BY RE\ H!!. H. IIQII=IICDtCIICUoi ( O' OtOO(:;,
:" 1 Peake progress
from January
000. Total shipments .
WHITE U S. WEATHER OBSERVER I ;.
to secure others.
16 35315000. Total
to February were 1
Highest temperature on the tbe26th..u.u- s )
Melbourne is one of the beauty ._____
w shipments for the corresponding Lowest temperature the 9th 13.0!
23,835,000. spots along the Indian river and it is :\It'au UnrH.rat for the month.__,__ t::l.n of hardon
period of last year were ) Rapid changes temperature are
Average mean for 2b yeara.------- bat t
of the officers of the
the intention
The increase in shipments for this highest mean for 36 yearsin h3- the constitution.
11,510- Chautauqua to make it an Indian River Lowest meau for L'6 years in lv 5______- 5t>,5 44rL? toughest
> year, up to February 16, was M 'bounre Rainfall in inches___________________. 0.2&
aff-fr and not strictly a
000. Two new factories were added Average for 30 years-------------- 337treated fJ i;,
Ii: tn West.. Tampa during the past week institution It is expected that the ( r3'tyear5iii 1k)3----__.--- 7.JLea.t < ; The conductor passing from the heated :;
--- I for 30 "t".u..in 1'2-------------- V.1aihnj ':> "
will be filled to overflowing during -
a" and the rapid stideswhich the cigar town Pn' : wind dtmtiuu, J?, E.Nnmberofetcarday' c;!J inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature Q"Ji :
dur the sessions, hut the hospitable __-__-____________ -3
f industry has made around Tampa Numberoffairilays- .. c,) of the platform-the spending ltw
of sister town will hud a -------- -- canvasser an :
.) ing the past few years are being kept people our Number of cloudy days.________________ 3
at decidedly live pace. The increase way to accommodate the overflow Number of day-with raiu-____.___ 3 ): hour or so in a heated building and then c5'
tip an Number of<1 ivs with thunder______.___ 1
in shipments of cigars from At"ft)* Keep ClMin* -rlain'", Cough Krmeilj Maud Homo. MerntJs I-land. Fla. : walking against a biting wind-know the

that point so far this year indicate In the House difficulty of avoiding cold. t'
} t that 1907 will be millions in excess of .\ Iluut4D.-.\1'1",31 rffe
"".e would not he without Chamoer- V
those sent from here in 1906. lain's Cough Remedy. It i* kept on A humane citizen of Richmond, Ind.. 1
hand continually in our home." says Mr. U P. William" 107 We-t Main M., '; :g: Scott\r Emulsion strengthens the t
editor of the "1 appeal to alt per-ons with weak !
Afttlt'tedVlth KheumatUm \VV. Kearney, Independent sass!!: {
and afflicted with rheumatism Lorry City, Mn. That i*jiut what lung-to take Dr. King! New Discovery, i: 9 body so that it can better withstand the (f
"I was am jet do When at the only remedy that has helped me and
should kept
Mr. J. C. Rayne, editor of every family : Q danger of cold from changes of temperature. et
says hand ready for instant ne, cold may be fully comes up to the proprietor's recom
Territory, '
JcT the Herald Additon, Indian Pain checked at the outset and cured in ranchless mendation." It saves more hethan 0 0
Chamberlain's
"but, thanks to than after it ha become settledin all other remedies put to-ethl'r. Used as
time
Balm, am able once more to attend to" I the system. This remedy is also with- a con h and cold cure the world o\er. It will help you to avoid taking cold.
liniments.
of
business. It is the best Pain out a peer for croup in children, and will Cures asthma, bronchitis, cronp, whooping o
rheumatism give
If troubled with and
hoarseness
cough quinsy,
the attack when given as soon as
Balm a trial and you are certain to be prevent after stops hemorrhages of the lungs
phthisic
becomes hoarse or even
the child : ALL
DRUCCISTS AND
with the prompt re- : soc. $1.00. g
than pleaded Guaranteed at Red I
more the rough appears, which can only and builds them up.
lief which it affords. One application be croupy done when the remedy is kept at' Cross Pharmacy. 50c. and f 1.00. Trial :
sale Red Cross OOOOOOOOOOO
For by OOOOOOOOOOOOO
relieves the pain. hand. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. bottle free.
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.J.tt .' ',.' THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAYARCH 8, 1907

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;fl. .' ;.' .'FOR'ST., JOHNS RIVER TRIP. Stetson's Good Fortune. H.c.vH""" !
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'adaao
.0 *{
r BEST FOB .THEBOVJELS (Volusia County Kecord.) 1 D r

f : ,Clyde Line .Will Have.
.. ', Built B. jr / market. There is only one
,Steamer Stetson University met Thursday your crops to _

:f ." (Tis UJ1lon.) If ktTen't afternoon in the university auditorium 4111 I; f way to be sure of a full crop of smooth -
you regular,tealtby movement of the i''i'
pow/ae.epday,yoa'r Ul r.r*ill be. Keep your in annual session, with nine good-sized mealy potatoes.
;:'F- The C1deSteamship Company has ,weli open,knit be well. Force In the shape of
M1 YlolenC physic or pill poison,is dangerov*. The trustees present, the others by proxy, 1 Nine cent. of
.r 'placed 'an order with tha Harlan & smoothest,easiest,most<< perfect: way of keeping per
the await clear and Glenn ii to take except Trustees Jennings and Hobson,
Hollingsworth Corporfro at "Wilmington
: '
r 4 CANDYCATHARTIC who were there, but did not. go on
a f' DeL. topnstnict a new Potashin
J\
'. record as being officially present, for
St. Johns
:# .. ,steamer for servicthe.
-At:.. e !I reasons they did not state. Hon. T.
.River.:
i t C. Search was elected president for I the fertilizer is
For:some time the Clyde Line, has necessary.

k'f .f'. "been'compelled to turn away business the ensuing year; Rev. J. F. Oates, r i Stable manure alone makes scaly,

; 1', from this line especially during the vice-president; Mr. Silas B. Wright, coarse and irregular shaped potatoesmix -

r:' i -' tourist season, when Florida is invaded rl secretary; and Dr. Lincoln Hulley, it with Potash, a larger yield of a 1

by wealthy Northerners who treasurer. The administration com- better quality is a sure result. '' t.

EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY mittee remains the same, and Messrs. How to apply Potash, the reasons
believe that the tour of the State Is 1
4 Pleajaot, Palatable Potent, Taste Good Do
: it and other vital of ,
Hon, Wood and Edwards namedas for applying points r
: without taking the St O ood. sever Sir Zee.Weaken or Gripe;10.Jos and were '
S not
complete 10 cent per bos. Write for free sample,and book the auditing committee.The successful potato growing, all are discussed _. ,
etonbealttu Address
:Johns River trip. 433 in our booklet. Why not have f f
Sterling. Remedy Company Chicago or New York. donation of $40,000 from Andrew -
The steamers City of Jacksonville it? It costs you nothing but the asking. : !r

# Ii and the Frederick.DeBary hare been KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM Carnegie, covered by another WORKS \\
r GERMAN KALI
40,000 from Mrs. Stetson for
a
,
operated on the St. Johns River line ---- ; C u-: New York-93 Nassau Street, or

.for ,several years, making daily trips Lost $7,000.A library, was accepted, and the adminIstration #_' i Atlanta, Gt-1224 Candler Building:

; between Jacksonville and Sanford. dispatch to the Times-Union from committee was authorized to

4 While these boats are handsome Key West says that the auxiliary proceed at once with the erection of -,- ------- .

yacht Adaline Captain Layton of New the building, a beautiful stone and .
-t ones and far above the average river ,

w';; steamer;whey are ,not up-to-date, and York, caught.fire in Hawks Channel, brick structure. It will be one of the

the Clyde Steamship Company now In- several miles from Key West, Thursday handsomest buildings among the university Florida East Coast RailwayLocal

tends to up-to-date line and was burned to the water's group.
operate an ,
S commencing about the opening of the edge. A barrel of gasoline on deck There was no further business before Time Card No. til In Effect Jaaaaiy, I9SI.NORTHBOUND; .

iA1 tourist season of 1908. leaked and was ignited by fire from the session. It was a harmonious SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. -2EAD UP.

This new river boat will probably the galley. An explosion followed. meeting, and adjourned late in the No.Dally 99No.Daily 35No.I 2 9XO'2:1 STATIONS .>Dally.. :8 1)ally1Daily...-74 >o.-anv lUjr... us 4J

A be a stern-wheel steamer, though The party on board, consisting of C. afternoon. It I K B I A L R 5it8C4r

there Is' some talk of making her a W. Burt, Dr. D. J. Williams, Mrs. Lay- 82UFM950FK... 4 4 am**8Pw; 9Se 9--.' ._8..WAIl Lv.Jar'" _. n\"mE.Ar. 'i ;:1vs 7 7-; 404
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"MELON WASN'T CUT. funth Jal'k ou"llIe..Ltl, >II ....... .. 73-a: ... _.
side-wheeler the the City of ton, the engineer and pilot, took to the 9 :awe 5 4n"* 10 Jo** 9 KAM!" ..._-L A tl 1litine.: ..__. 6 2 "".( 6.4 6 :)l\t,1I '1 kern
: same as '._on 6 IH* 11 Miaejfipn '_ I"_Ua.ting'l..._. ..... I 53'''_._. 5 -IAJI: .. ._
si Jacksonville and the Frederick De i small boats and landed on South President of Railroad Company Th:. I Beach. Mrs. Layton was slightly Discretion 10 4Pr 7o.1200XI 10r* Peal ___.Lv:4=**, 4SAT '- It'AIt6- o'All
Bary. Better Part of Valor. 4 5Tt 11 10UI 9 2-.JUH _.
Lv .
Palatk -2.PIP* 7 am 5 Sw 6 n. et
.. = ; _
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She will be about 185 feet long, 35 burned.> The yacht Is a total loss. The directors of the Great Melon --- 1 salt 12 S-"f1e .. ... .... .\ .__Pan Y.ateo.I.\! 1 Qiw..... .. ., -, -. -..-..
Further particulars of the sinking; Railroad round 8 OOyet 1 ( _7 5.A'* 7 S'w 1.v .SunMiiteo_...... ....Arj7JT>PII........... 7 c">AII_7'45n421X11
feet beam of hull, and is to have a company were gathered :::
ilFk .....
7 U 23m Lv BunneI'e :.....L4"2.W
speed of twelve miles an hour. of the yacht Adeline, off Key West, the board. It was a highly important :::::= 7 *>PM 12ass __.. ::: ==.....1)uponL._::.:::::.... : 4 11PW._.:....:.. 4ste.....::::
the West correspondnt meeting. 8231x__-Ill1nAIl j ._Ormond lIoteLi_.._ ............1 42't ..__.... _. .
; This steamer will be built to carry are told by Key 11 Owe 8 12 67?* 11 SOW t. _OTmou,1_....._.._.. 3 42PM- 4 Urge, 3 f>m i.; &>> (*\ +
'" of the Miami :Metropolis: as fol "Gentlemen said the president, "we 11 Slur 8 4 1 OK*! 11 $W, "_ DaYtona._.__. 3 :.'!, >tt" OTPK 31"-urS 4 bt.a
S, eight passengers and 350 tons of have, as you know, accumulated a surplus .. 8 M l11!'1C..._._..? _._Port Orange............. 17?11._... | 3 :?'Alt ...
freight on a draught of 4 1-2 feet. lows: of 30000000. As honest and ..12 2Oee 92UPH__ _1,31'1P11j.E.Ar[ ===_>ew Smyrna-.:-......JT _26.r_ l3y_ *H 3 tt t42s_ .
j "The Adeline started last 10 21A1t -. 4 Z-lPlt .....- Ar- Lake Helen _..1 ...Lv 12 4.of>II....._.. J 6 3 mliSTPX ..__
rt The plans for the new steamer yacht painstaking men it only remains for us 10 ST'A r .... -4 a-I'll, ._.... .."- __ OrangeCity........._ ..... ...J 61WU.. ..___.
which are now being prepared at the Thursday morning for :Miami, and to decide the form in which this shall 10 4.--MI -. .. ,., 4 4 t'e_.: ::::::I"i _0range--City-!June--.:::::.:. ...12.i-::.::......| 610",::,.::"_

x Harlan & Hollingsworth plant, showa when In Hawks Channel, off La Bras be distributed to our hanh"orkingstCX'kbolders. l23"er....- to 9rs" 'v. 21'cv<. .X 12_04_*..,Lr.. ___New oak Smyrn--.Ar Hill.._....... I.v T4vJ 2 iHrW 32.... ..*...1 i t 2 2&ut 2"14...41dui: .

magnificent steamer for the river the yacht caught fire, and the party of whom I-ahein!-am _1,Sot* IO_.?skt_2_5 .J.2 brake.Ar._.._T i tn!'vllle. .........:::-LT t4'_ e 2_3!v 1 AW _3 ITui
one of the largest." 10 rote 10 50:a 5 &t* 5 SLWI Ar_.. canfnrd 1 ._ _....I.11' !>AII-.i J 6 "4e...... ..._
service. If the stern-wheel type is barely escaped with their lives. The At this moment the -.."......-. 63'1PI( II 3".Y_. .......,LT.. __<\anr..i1J _...Ar 5'fn 6 nOfn9 .V'W 1) 5>'tM
ti decided which it is believed will fire was caused by an explosion of superintendent 1 SO** iO3&C25cr13Scatl.v....._.. .Tiw,\ille_._._-_-=Ari 14I 2-3iPi ,1-:;; .r! s KAU :
upon of the road was announced. _.... .. 11 2'nt 3 :31er'O\ ..._...... 1 1..1 I 1 lOW .". ...._
be done, the first deck of the steamer gasoline.; :Mrs. Layton and Mr. Burl'svalet "Gentlemen for 2U>& 11 2V* 3S r 1E.W" Reckledge 1 vft 2 UW 12 .Vur 2 3TM i;
excuse me Interrupting ::
... 12 (1.7t. 4 C't__. ::: =Eau Gallie:=:::: 12 S' __ _. 12 2hr__._
.will be for freight, with steerage pas- were injured by the first explo you. but the fact I U, a strike has ..... ..._. 12 ItA.I lw.: _'I .. _._,MI.'I"nrn__ t' 12 S7P*.".._.. 12 1111....__ ,
in the aft the sion. The explosions followed so rapIdly taken place at the other end of the 12 S3 .! 4 -.'[._ ."._ 5ebnstlea_ 11 47e-1 1I'l1v......_. J
sengers and second .- .. 1 sea 5.1"ee __"._ ._.:';1. Lllclc.__ to 11 OOiJI..._..... 103'ftI.....__. "
deck will be for first-class that the party just had time to road and is rapidly spreading.' The engineers 4 20ivr 2 OO/JI G OM t 3 :3 kee .___l art I'ier'G__" 10 !)'..ur 12 1SPW 10 anti: 12 ads n I
passengers, complain that they have to ..... ... 2'';r, 6 ?::>!t ..-.. .. .-__Tibhall, ._,,.. .._ Ie 10 "I.( 9 5td.__ I
.I With every state-room berth opening escape, and could save nothing. Onboard I .-,.. 2 .x'er; 6 27"*' -.... .I, ? EoI..n..__._" 10 1'JAJ.JZI: _. 9 52 .i._..._
I work nearly fifteen hours out of the .-... 2 3-"" 631PM.....,.... _Jc-n-c-n_ 10 I b"l'.___ 9 47pr .
on a spacious deck which will run all the yacht and destroyed was a twenty-four, which makes it impossible ...-.- 2 4r)K 6 4P! ._ ...__Stuart .__ '. 100"AII|__ 9 31F41..j.i.4._
valise containing about $7,000 in ..-..... 311AM '16'i11.._..I.' __HolJeSound__ 9 4'Jae.._.._ 9 iiw ..__ i
around the steamer. for them to do their duty, thus:: increasIng .. 3 3.ur: 7 2'e .._-. .. .,_. ._West Juj.ltor.tt ____._ 9 nie...._..... 8 5J v...._.
.K money and many valuables. The 90 0 the danger of severe accident The G o.-'u, 4 10AII 8 00m 5 (wee *r. .._\; I'almlk'acb- .._ 8 S'er! 10 3511 81VH104-**

Good Roads in Volusia. gallons of gasoline were soon on fire, brakemen are paid starvation wages 2iee T.AMe ; : :.:: 8 8 3e9-I** 5 5 3d Sea r Lv.:. :=West?:Palm I'almHeacb.I J'wti.....:.:::-...: 8 8 3'10 l'ur; 10 WUM 2UAJT' 8 7 O(34t Mee 10 w 05m S'1r

r .. ...- S ieee 9011111__ _Boynton_.__.Lv 7 i1* ...__ ._._
and caused such a large blaze that owing to the fact that the ice trust .. **; 7 ian.
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(DeLand Supplement.) 5 mow; 91\11.__ _lJelray____ 1 2iAa!! ___ 7 0'.a ... ,_
the burning of the yacht was wit ["Of which I am a director," murmured ..--. 6 Stern' 19 01re__ _For Lauderdale_ 6 Sou_ 6 05PM60UMI ....__

tt The County Commissioners held a nessed from the city. Several tor the president the coal trust, the == : 5Ier'4eq 1'g lute lPa-== :::=::Yi altie-:: 64 6 3t': :=-== 6 4 11-==

t special meeting :Monday night to discuss meat trust ("In which we are all vitally .-...... 1 II.J JO 4"PW _._ ___I.emonCIt1. __ t 6 UAII--.... 6>> ISP*....__._
pedo-boats went to the rescue, but interested" murmured the other directors 1u 7 :JI" 10 attl( '1 Z"IIr! .____.:\! .: .._..._ '.r 6 WAN) 8 l&tf 6>> 1CP8 dim
the hard road proposition with 8 tqo' iam1.. .
Mr. 0. A. Crozier, president of the the party had already landed. Friday ), have put up the price of all ; : I'I70Aet=: '?.: ==: Ar! ::;___:::nonirtee'1 c::=::i Lv Sr.f.__:::: :::__1 L::::::: 1. 12see.301_...........
morning the schooner :Magic with a necessities.: Here are the demands of

Delaware Cement Company. Mr. Cro- large crew, went out to raise the the men." Condensed: Schedules! Between Jacksonville: : atd St Augustine.

;y zier outlined his plan for hard roads in Adeline, which lies In water twenty The president concealing his annoyance .
t' N0.23\0.29N0.2\0.43, >O. 31 >O. 37,Co.3S\o.99Yo.93 l >.. 15
Florida. He thinks inasmuch as we four feet as much as:: possible glanced over |
have the sand and water always on deep. the paper handed to him and then said: A f B I It l A I i Dally;] Dally I b I IS/, j/' B :: Iall]
nelly nosily.._ "LL Dally 3t. U:>.Jx.If ja. }kill [D jally 2,. Ys '
the ground, that the. logical materialfor What is believed "What is your pleasure? Shall we l.v JacksonvilleArSt. _. 8 MJ cR1
to be the record ( 9 JUM 11 1"Aa 1 = 3 15e'5 3 4 2lS 8 2>J J 8 Saw 9 4VH
raise the wages of these misguided Anrn ttne.. 9 Of1 10 SOAK 12 NW 2 4 IV* 4 4SP" ft 9or 9 3_ 1, EDe 19 4Sg1 i
hard roads in this is -
territory con- jewfish[ was brought in Tuesday after -
men? >o. 28.>0. VB'.1" *. 9* a"o.. 44 >0-3 .
r 1 J8> ;
crete. Of course the first cost: of con noon by the owner and party on board ; jNo. o. 74
"Xeverr muttered the other directors B B i[ Dally: B !t Dally I A i LDany B B ri

5 ? crete roads is considerable, and Mr. the large cruising yawl Tommie Trad unanimously __ '__ .!' )J Daily 'Si,Saa. DII JL ItJ:sJ_Dally .L.J:!.| Dally [ Dally Dally t
.A Crozier suggests that this cost mightbe dies. The monster is said to weigh Thereupon! the president of the board !. yt. AlIlNS ne_ 6 30 7 Sdei 7 'Ittl H 20.i, 10 10....' 11 30'..I! 1 l 40uJ 6 10r>J 6 2iW 6 4Cr'
r Jacksonville.... 7 4"M 8 5!ee 8 4"AH' _3 :Jim 11 IVl*'' 12 ; H 12I( l| 7 10P1 7 3UFUSO.Xo. 7 flJ'W >
minimized by building two concrete 430 pounds, and was strung up this turned to the superintendent :.
NOTE A-Trains composed esch'saelv of Pullman or Parlor Cars and
extra seat fare will
be
tracks about two feet wide for wheels, morning on a derrick in front of the "You have heard our reply" he said "yaM M1.
t "Make usual efforts to take of NOTE r Par coaches operated on lhen trains on which no extra seat fare 1
care chanted
and in case it was desired to fill in be- Tuttle residence
in Fort Dallas Park, TrIns do not stop at stations at which time Is not shown.
.: tween these tracks later on with shell; where It was greatly admired and passengers and shippers. call on the t Dally except:Sunday.
militia If necessary and Issue a mans
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t' marl or other material, the concrete photographed. The fish will be I 3.1 21 I 20
prepared festo showing how we have work 1 n Iii I Daily Gorda]!panda r MATPOIIT BKA 'CH I D1Sli I
tracks would make an everlasting; and kept as a souvenir by itscaptor. and labored to preserve harmony bow y IEX sun) Only ,:; Only y rUnday I Dall]

curbing. Of course a road of this kind .-Miami Metropolis. unjust the demands of our employees 6 f;(s w' 81AJt'' 2 OIMI': 10 Jaw Lv........... Jacksonville._..._.Ar ._... 7 30*.,: 121'ev' 6311'1I
6'11\)1 8 2Ar 2 (sew 10 lt5+lI I.r.._80. Jacbonvllle.-Ar _.._._
7 Tarn 12 1t.PII .
and how & 2'3--
would make an ideal automobile track, are we will if necessary figh S iip 8 tiger 2 #iw 10 MM Lv_... -.1'iwlo beach ... Ar Q attAH 12
and for other vehicles could be used Dealers in lumber and shippers at to the death and put the dear publuto ; fVm'! 8 .ViMi 2 4VIT 10 &.* 'Lv7Mra .... :=Ail losing I IVacb_= ::== 6 45Ar 11 5.W W4| ; 4 4-V 5'J91' *

to equal advantage, as the horsesdrawing this port were interested in the recordof no end of inconvenience and trou 9 Hi* 30r_ ,!i 11_10.-!'Ar. ....:.. '4eypnrt.!: .......::,.....J." ..,._.... 6 suut. 11 4oM 4 aril

} same would travel betweenthe Mr. J. Klotz in receiving belatedcars ble rather than give up one iota of thrights e l'IiNSllAR:; AND OCCTOTAL!! STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
to which we are entitled undo;
tracks. The engineer of the company at this port. Mr. Klotz had a car the constitution." '-
dime! Connection Made at Miami} wl'h Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. ;
will be over in a few days and seventy days on the way from Live Then turning to the directors htwhispered. Company.

will go over the road between here Oak. Mr. W. D. Bogart now comes to "Gentlemen. I guess we'i Havana, Key West and Nassau, Bahamas.

and Daytona and submit an estimateof the front with one better. On November better not cut that melon until after Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. j
this strike Is o.er.@w York -- -
the cost: of constructing a hard sur 4th three cars were shipped to .. Ufe. ---
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how
the tlmfl"
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tra.ns be
may eiri'tod: to arrive at and
face road to the Commissioners at him over the A. C. L. from Raleigh InLevy ".r i'... '..,.....I -1..li..nt..t th..ir arriy,1 ..r d..p.".'1'" at the 11m.Iat.d ie not rn.nntee4 depart
."r i- ,'ii-f'"m-ai>:y to be b.-M 1 -for : .. .
rrsj'VU. any dray=or COU-P' axLiog
any JII n -c therefrom.
their next meeting. This year the I County. None of them has been CASTOR IA -- -- -- -

county is levying a special hard Toad I received here and one ot them has For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

) tav, and from this fund will realize in just been located at Caahan.-Fer. For Infants and Children. : "SCE TI;'? TICKET: AGENT." I,

( the neighborhood of fifteen thousand I I nandlna Record. The Kid Yea<< Hare Always Bough I i. D. JANE: As t. Oen') ?; -.s. A,.:ent ST. AUOU5TJ.NE: FLA.QIIEEUFSEAR0IITE .

dollars. ThIs, together with the fire : I II I ____ __.
Fred
Marriott, who has made Beats theSignature A
mill tax collected for general road //
I hundreds of friends b> his coolnes
purposes, will put the Commissionersin I of {
his nerve and his pluck, is well on hisway
a position to contract for and con I :
to recovery, and, according tc
struct some kind of a hard surface
Motoring Morgan, the present yea 1
road in the near future.
I will find him making new trials for Chamberlain'sCough

: speed records, the peerless driver being
Not a Good Day For Stakes Either

.: Messrs. William B. Carpenter and I I experience wholly on undaunted Daytona Beach.by his Today fearfu, ri Merchants, & Miners Trans. Co's

Harry Henry captured two ImmenserattIesnak
Marriott, save for the scars and the

(>s Saturday near Cros results of the fearful jarring, is as STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

Bayou, several miles north of the city I well as e'er.Irs.. Marriott and ills s

While driving along a wood road they -
Marriott, his sister, are still with him

.t- drove o\er two large rattlers coiletin at Hotel} Ormond. Every: danger ha!!

the road before noticing them. On< passed.-Daytona Journal. SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA

of these was captured, and measured* : ,
C
f 6 feet in length and had 11 rattle Health in the Canal Zone Ir l Direct Connections for

and a button. Both put up a strong I The high wages paid make it a might

fight, and one escaped. A little later, I temptation to our young artisans! to joi New York and
Remedy Washington \ Boston.
while hunting, they discovered a I the construct force of the skilled Panama workmen canal. nrede Many l ar to ,

large one in a bunch of palmettoesvery restrained, however by the fear of frvers The Children's Favorite

near to them, and put a speed and malaria. It is the knowing on eaCoughs -CUBES-- Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
those who have used Electric Colds, Croup and
end to his snakeship. This one wa ag and cuisine
who go there without this fear, well Whooping Cough. unsurpassed,
5 feet In length and had 8 rattles and knowing they are safe from malarion This SEND FOR BOOKLET.
remedy Ii f unon* for it a button. Both reptiles will b e influence with Electric Bitters! on ham large part of the clriUzed world. It can
Jways be depended upon. It contains no
mounted by Mr. Carpenter and put o n Cures blood poison too, biliousness, opium or other harmful dreg and may be II. C. VERY Com'l Agent Jacksonville.
weakness and all stomach liver and kid.ney given M confidently> to a baby M to an adult ,
display in his curio store.-St Peters troubles. Guaranteed by Red Cross Price 25 eta; Large Size, 5O eta. J. C. WHITNEY 2d Y. P. &: t.JL, W. P. TURNER P. T.M.,
burg Times. 50c. "
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" : v,. 4Whyisitthattheii The Longfellow Centennial.At r. 1
@ '! Cambridge, Mass, where the poet 1.
:1;< l'!'h: e !<. ? Longfellow lived, the one hundredth t1CASTOR1A
, :.. t 1:1'; anniversary of his birth Feb. 27, was
, ;j 1 .': celebrated with an exhibition of "edi ,

lv :. Ludwig tions" and memorabilia In the public ? | tt
: : library and ceremonies In Sanders the-
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t ater at which W. D. Howells, Charles
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,' \ Eliot Norton, Thomas Wentworth Hig- = Kind If HaveAlways
:;-.' T op j
ginson and President Eliot of Harvardwere : TThe
and schools
k Pianois speakers. In colleges
6: Ii throughout the Bought t
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land the day AVegebblePreparalionfbr

,, was observed similating tteTood andHeguIanessandltestContains J J
with special ex- 5 Bears the I LSignature

} preferred by those who are admittedly E ton ercises.MIfflIn Hough-&

f: 4. the best judges of tone? The answer is '' low's Co.. Longfel-publishers. '

I I! :i' gas f It is because everyone. wh has the. In,honor occasion of Won otesDigeshonCfretftti-neitherOtaumMorphine t
of
f played the Ludwig knows that in it 'I. I bare brought nor Mineral.
: out a sketch of HOT NABc OTIC.a \
--i is embodied artistic quality---that the poet's life ..
i every Charles Eliot Norton. j,y Professor
Norton together with the chief biographIcal ..eraifrs .
I :ii* it meets every demand of the expert requited poems.

: for the truest interpretation of Professor Norton writes that the per- 2 x
'j {,,. sonal and affectionate sentiment which % In .,
music that it that indescribable I readers entertain for Longfellow is IJ.Z.
4 i.. possesses due to the fact that his poems were
# '"the expression of simple feeling, of
delicate charm which is diffi-
t natural emotion not of exceptional experience Use :
but of such as Is common to A Remedy lor Constipa--
: but which is perfect
cult to, analyze, designated men of good Intent." The current peri- lion Sour Stouuch.Diarrtoea, t 1

' ;: by some musicians, who appreciate that odicals stories and papers and essays.teem with That Longfellow the author WonnslConYubibns.revErish-oess and Loss or SLEERtacSunle For Over }., ,
of the "Wayside Inn" and "The
i it can correctly protray every varying Village Blacksmith" is the "true AmerIcan Signature of '

: emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig. ed by laureate"Professor Is Harry the conclusion Thnrston reach-Peck 'Z'eff-: Thirty Years

'tt of Columbia in Munsey's. He regards NEW ,
. him as the real exponent of the simple
; /. ,* Sold by life. If he had never written anythingbut !
A- t "Evangelme." "StandIsh" and YOBK.CASTO t
"Hiawatha," his "place as American RIA i _
laureate would be ** '
2 J Indian River secure. EXACT "
On the other hand, the best that ,
f: Francis GrTbble can say of Longfellow 1 .
TMC etWT "COMPANY HEW 1'01111 CITT.SEABOARD
in Putnam's Monthly, is. The
t
; Music House standing marvel to the student of
;; Longfellow's work is that a man with
so commonplace a mind should occasionally f
j 7 write so well." lIe towers
F FLORIDA
TITUSVILLE, above all as "the poet of the obvious
and the humdrum. Longfellow Is .
read in England more widely than Tennyson < t
and bas been translated wider !1 1AIRLINE tl
f1' ; than any other American poet. S
,' ;. Richter Shuns America. ; T3.ATT..." :.TAY'_

f.r, The great musical conductor, Huns -tOK-
Willing to Obllce.IJ' Shall I tell you what: I say? I say, Ii
Richter, writes from Vienna that he
Uncle (to little Bertie, aged five, who "God bless Aunty Kitty and make her
,.1 Is being taken off to bed-Good night, thin and God bless Uncle James and will not go to America, a<* reported, Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines, t.,
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saying that he draws the line at a
Bertie. Of course you always remem- make him, fat, and God bless Uncle country which bars "Salome. Richmond Washington, Baltimore. l'
ber your aunts and uncles In your Felix and"-which do you want to be
Bertie Oh, Uncle Felix! A Sothern-Marlowe Theater.E. New York .
prayers? yes fat or thin?-Punch. Philadelphia, '
,
II. Sothern and Julia :Marlowe the ;
Don't ComplainIf Alice Roosevelt's Wedding I twin stars of Shakesperean and romantic _
your chest pains and you are unable TWO ELE A TRAINS DAILY. J
drama, announce that they will
i to sleep because of a cough. Buy a bottle was something to be recorded in the annals ,
of history. Herbine has been acknowledged soon open a standard theater at New
of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and
you won't bave any cough. Get a bottles the greatest of liver regula York devoted to classic and modern SEABOARD EXPRESS, SEABOARD MAIL. "
.
: now and that cough *ill not last long.!! A tors. A positive cure for bilious headaches poetic drama. The three plays in
cure for all pulmonary diseases. Mrs. constipation, chills and fever,and which Rothern and Marlowe have recently I
r JGalveston, Texas, writes: "I can'tsay all liver complaints. J. C. Smith, Little made the most favorable Impression MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY .
enough for Ballard's Horehound Rock, Ark., writes: "Herbine is the on the public are Mackaye's"Jeanne '
it has is all greatest liver medicine known. Have LINE
Syrup. The relief given rae d'Arc, Hauptmann's "Sunken
used it for It does the work
ti that ia necessary for me to say. Sold by Sold by lied years.Crop Pharmacy. Bell" and Stulerman's "John the Italy Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiiB.! .
Red Cross Pharmacy.
__ _-_ _u ___ ___ _d -_ q___ __ ___- tist" t1
> $500,000 For Four Vandykes.The For fall information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or .. 1
report: that J. P. Morgan of New write- to f
!: York had purchased four paintings by A. O. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYL TON, Jr.,
1'r' Vandyke from the "alian family ofCattaneo Asst.General Passengeragent, Passenger Agent
-> i ii 4ii*; i&l-' for jsnooou Ins greatly excite JACKSONVILLE

I \ ) I (t the Italian public and there Is'" a t

*! ]: p demand the sale that be the prosecuted HTbons, for responsiblefor the reason -

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\ ; i4fr .;. Win<;lows' Soothing; Syrup has .
\ : been used for over sixty years by millions! 1 Engraved Wedding [
\ i:2't of mothers for their children while teething -
: with perfect success. It soothes the
\ child, softens the gums, allays all pain, 1 InvitationsAnnouncements l
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy ;
% for diarrhoea. It will reheye the poor
l' little uflVrer immediately. Sold by druggists
+ I ;.e\ E 1 in every part of the world. Twenty j 1 I IJ
t /I,4 five cents a bottle. Be ewe and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. Guaranteed under : VISITING CARDS fj
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J" the food and drnsrs act, June JJOth, 100 J
fi- I ; Serial= number 10i>8. ti and all kinds of [.
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t' A A FACT ::1 l JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I Ili -

ABOUT THE "BLUES"What
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is known as the'"Blues' KODAKS AND SUPPLIES I
is seldom occasioned by actual existing -
i : external conditions, but in the tC f .w.rwresp.wl+,r o'v a+p.-pr. !*T"r /"! t'
tE' great majority of cases by a dis- t- 0-* *......*--*J"o* *-* 3*wjVWwv* *,** ".-*_ $ .__W _' _J.'-........-----W

For sale by the crdcred LIVER. --
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which may be demonstrated Do You Want to Know All About the
INDIAN RIVER by trying a course of '

MUSIC HOUSE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? _

utt'sPilisTI.y u
r Eapecialv! regarding Fmit GrowingTmckmz and j
General Farming? If so. tubscnUjfur ihe.. ..........

I 1 TITUSVILLE, FLA. regulate the LIVER. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.e

They bring hope andbouyancy to the
mind. They bring health end elastic.ity PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNUM.
ISSUED ONCE A MONTH. AMPLE COPY FREE.

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.tPP8hoem.aker. INDIAHOI.A; JAMFSPRITCHARDPresideW.M.B1W Vlcc-heafdn"".
: F21N& Forty r
4' x" ran experience;;' aU kind 'of'repairing i I WINSTON 6.BBANNING, CasKier, r
Dr. Giffen of Asbbory Park, ia the '
(? : .,, .don*,aloe&ad cheAp; a1 o lIdiea'ua men'i I
r 'alb made to order. j- guest of Mrs.' J.' L. Crawford. His I Pale Thin : .

friends here regret obis visit must be very Indian River
rye&llk.
: '' ; ; LATEST COUNTY short. I

..4h : Mr. C. Peacock, after seeing several''
.
Nervous ? :
= =;T MS NOTES !orange crops, which he bad bought,shipped CO'tTN'J'Y: :cc I'QsITOR
; left Wednesday for his home in
Authorized Capital, 100,000; Paid up Capital, $25,0qp; Average Deposits, $200,000

I ?J Little Happening THat. H lP't Mile Philadelphia.Mr.. and.Mrs.. Robinson returned Mon- Then your blood must be in TRANSACTS A .

.:: : Up-the fcellyIeispaperCOCOA. day after visiting alOOnd. a very bad condition. You I General Banking Business

\ A complimentary dance was given in certainly know what to take,

,c club house Wednesday evening, which then take it-Ayer's Sarsa- LARGEST AND OLDEST' .lNI\ ON THE RIVER 1 :

:. was very well attended. Launch loads parilla. If you doubt, then Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciate '-
water
Cocoa is now running a wagon. coming from the surrounding places, '
Prompt servirp. polite treatment and every factor < f
:,. cr+ Mrs A:B. Carter and Miss Nellie music excellent, being rendered by the consult your doctor. We know with conservative banking Cr&ntMf- Jf "-

,_ Owens, of Georgians, were'passengel'8 onFriday's orchestra from the New Rockledge hotel, what he will say about this CORRESPONDENTS? .

j steamer. with four performers. Oar old family medicine.
-. .' young peo I grand Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, Ne:v York City;The Atlantic Nation Bank t
',' Mrs. .Arthur Lapham has been quite pIe had a most enjoyable time and quite TW II the tint question Jour doctor would of Jacksonville! Jacksonville, Florida jI
ill bat'is regaining her health. appreciated the ice cream and cakes, ask: "Are your bowels regalatr" He knowsthat .
daily action of the bowels if absolutely }
which the ladies kindly baked,' ClourboY8" e-MX-ntt.il to Keep your liTer actlie TITUSVILLE FLORIDA; __
r shower reiu
We had a slight on Saturday and your bo by taking lautiye I .
supplying the cream which was dose of Ayer Pill*. .
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of
r which freshened the looks vegetation.The .
Al.' mid.br:.c.Am Co.,IiOWn lfaM. \
Women'sclubs > BRADY
Florida Federation of Also mums kctarers ofJ' E. K & BRO.
Mrs. Moon, from near Pittsburg, is
have sent out a, neat,year book in HAIR VIGOR

4- '-.. 'green We and are gold.having -ideal weather and the and visiting enjoying her old her friend first,stay Mrs.in Sanderson the sunny, ijers AGIE CHERRY CUSE.PECTORAL.! Groceries, Hay, Grain and i all Food Products.We .

south. We have secrete! We publishth
;; are making the most of it formula no of all our medicine handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Maj.ea' Fertilizer We deal exclusive
'i4 Mrs..Lizzie Gray and Mrs. Sarah Bryant in the above lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all consutptos. Write tu fort price OB
J. N. Lilly, of North Carolina, has Grain and all Groceries.delivered at year station. E.IK BRADY; &; BRO.,TrrrsviUX,Fu.
from Pittsbnrg, arrived Tuesday and
been visiting, in town for.a week past. of Mrs. H. and the boys will remain until .- .
are the guests of Mrs. D. A. Carter, I t
.c 1. Mr. Cuddy wi'.l; lecture in the Metho-
jdildmead.
May.Mrs. s. J. <>RT N-
: dist charcb this Friday night on the subject Ruddimere is spending a few days
I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildreth, of Columbus -
of the Prophesies of the Bible. with Mrs. Durham while Mrs.! Odell is It\y
0., arrived a few days ago to visit Staple and Fancy Groceries odticepfiell indS:
t
:Mrs. C. A. Fallen has purchased' Mr. their father, Mr. A. Hildreth. away. r .

t, Thos. Hodges' residence on Brevard avenue :Miss Catherine Clement gave an after. VEGETABLES SPECIALIST ,..
south. Mrs Fallen will make her Lost and Found noon party to her little friends Saturdayand .

( borne in Cocoa. Lost, between 9:30 p. m., yesterdayand it was greatly enjoyed by all. The Tlt-u.ssro-111. i i ..

Mr. A. H. Traftord has: purchased a noon today, a bilious attack with tables were set on the verandah and ,;,
-' nausea and sick headache. This loss trimmed with flowers. The children J. LORILLARD, JR. IRON WILSON
fine mare from Mr. Thos. Hodges. for use occasioned at Red Cross .
in his bakery business was Pharmacy a box by of Dr.finding King's New Life greatly enjoyed the games and"al!=o the LORILLARD BOAT CO.

'Miss Peachy and friends, of. Georgiana, Pills, the guaranteed cure for biliousness, pretty souvenirs which each one carried :
malaria and jaundice. 25c. at Red Cross away. Catherine's party is an exentof +
t spent last Friday in town. Tl.1u.sv1.11.e.: e a
Pharmacy the year in Georgiana.sniLoii.. Gasoline
k2 Mr.' and Mrs. Geo. Crossly, of New \ Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert ineers

r i York, spent several days in Bockledge BAD GAIXIK. Agents Termaat& Monahaa motors. Moose motors, Hartford motors,
t and Cocoa. Mr. Crossly was a resident Summer weather. Mr. General Elkins was. in town and District Agents/or the Itbro motor4gents

of Merritt about 20 years ago. Sunday visiting friends.
The Inn is doing a rushing business. : for the

filled with Mr. Leonard Mosbey and Miss Pat-
3i BOCKLEDGE.The Our boarding houses are
;' guests. tie Howes were calling at Mrs. J. N.Mosbey's : Original TM Reversible
rainfall real
Saturday was a
boon. Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe,of Hornill, N.Y., Sunday.Mrs. .

t are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carl P. Kuhl and Mrs. Chris MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
.. The mulberry trees are loaded with .
Hodgson./ Blatter and three little girls left
their luscious fruit. I Thoroughly covered by patents
Major and Mrs. Fuse entertained on Monday for Titusville, where they
Mr. Clements, of Georgiana, was over
Thursday of last week. will visit their sister Mrs. A. N.
,
,on Monday. The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
> "" Mrs. Burnett, of Birmingham Ala., Nolle, before leaving for their homein ..
Mildred Harrison Mrs. Malone -- -
Miss ,
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entertained on Monday.Eau .
are off to Palm Beach for a few days. Illinois. These motors are safe and reliable and

Hoke of the Western Union Gallic's yacht club is now on a Mrs. J. N. Mosbey, Mrs. Jas. A.
be alcohol
kerosene
Operator firm basis with a large list of charter can operated by or
service baa been under the weather for .Taylor, Misses Ninnie Glass, Mayme
members. 'Taylor with as good results as by using gaso1ineM.ARXNE
several days. Pattie Howes and Mr. Hall
The K. M. I. attend the cbantanqua at : : RgIIJW.: .Y
Mra.V m. McKeown, of Denuison, took dinner with Mrs. H. Kuhl and
Melbourne Friday) 150
today ( strong.
Ohio, ia hereon a visit to her son Arthur family Wednesday. A very pleasant Careful attention given to

and family. The chautanqna is visited daily and day is reported.The LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER
nightly by a large number of our citiz ns.
Mr. Bert Merwin has returned from his dance in Mr. G. B. Cooper's --------
i Messrs. Sherwood and Mitchell of
1 his pineapple plantation at Eden. barn Friday evening was enjoyedvery GROCERY STOREA
Odessa, N. Y., were in Ean Gallie this NEW CASH
L Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Peck Lave been on week looking over some timber. much indeed. There is to be

a launch trip down the big river. Commodore Carr of the Baa Game another one Tuesday evening.Mr. FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GI OCERI *.

t Mr. Arthur Roebling, of Indianola- yacht club will build a large new launchfor George Kuhl was surprised HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLESWe
'was circulating amongst friends Rock. buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore tell the cheapest.Look .
the coming season. The plans are Wednesday evening by a number of
ledge this week. over our stock and pet our prices before bUYing.
now being drawn out. young people coming in to have a Corner Main and Hopkins Streets

Mr.to Dull Oceanus and a in party his trim of friends launch took Kath-a Major McGowan and Col. Fowler, of "surprise dance." Each took a G- :8:. :EJEA.TJ3I: cfe OO.,

trip the K. M. I., are charter members of the pound of "something to eat," which TITC YIJ.U':. FLORIDA.

ryn.Rev. Eau Gallie Yacht club. Both these gen- was enjoyed very much. This was
I Father Curley, of DeLand, will tlemen own launches.
I read mass at the McKeown residence in certainly a jolly dance and everyoneis VICTOR
and
r Commodore Allen, of Daytona,
at 10 o'clock. anxious for Mr. Kuhl to have tL&
I Rockledge Sunday
New York, is a member of Eau Gallie's )
; Oranges are still, going out in goodly yacht club. another soon. 'I 1P Talking Machines, Supplies and ,

4 numbers-at they will not the last present long. rate of shipping Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson entertained on Sleeplessness Records sold by theY

Tuesday evening last. Disorders of the stomach produce a
Quite a number of K. M. I. boys came nervous condition and often prevent
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hopkins, of Michigan INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
i up by launch, others by rail, on Satur are now boarding at Mrs. Taylors. sleep. Chambt rain's! Stomach and Liver ;
i I. day. They are trim, well set up lads. Tablets stimulate the digestive organs,
Miss! Agnes Hopkins is the guest of restore the system to a healthy conditionand j Maaterk ole. TITOSYILLE FLORIDA
I The disciples of Walton are hoyand! Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson at Pinewood lodge. make sleep iwssible. For ?ale by
t enthusiastic these days-no wonder, Red Cross Pharmacy.CITY ----------- !III

I when fish are plentiful and bass as largeas GEORGIANA.
1'OINT
43 pounds being taken. WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
Grandma Munson is very ill with pneu Mr. Chester has greatly improved

Mr. Chas. Vuille has been quite ill of monia. the appearance of his handsome ...

late with blood poison, due, perhaps to
,
> Mrs. J. A. Odell and Mrs. Flynn have home by the completion of a front
r arsenic used in curing fish skins preparatory gone to Palm Beach for about two weeks. fence. 500 Barrels will be received in the next
to mounting.A .
Mr. Fred Lee and wife of Kansas 60 Costs a little more than other ce-
.. number of large and beautiful pleas. City, Mr. F. H. Janvier and Miss Mary days.

t ere boats have passed up river lately. are spending a few days with Mr. and Janvier, of South Orange, N. J., andMrs. ment, but is better.

The largest one, Daisy, a sea going craft, Mrs. H. 1\!. Lee. Fred has had some F. H. Newbold and son Jack, of

t was a perfect palace. happy days on Indian river before this Washington, D. C., are visiting Mr. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
and thought it an ideal place to spend the
The Everndon brothers, who have W. H. Cresson.
honeymoon. Many friends are more than Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material
been in charge of the Rockledge station, glad to welcome the young people. Mr. and Mrs. Saville, of Atlanta,
have been transferred to Fort Pierce. are visiting Mrs. Calloway. Eau Gallie, Florida.
\ These efficient and popular agents will Mrs. Sarah Allen, of Daytona Beach, .
f. be greatly missed. and little William are spending a few Mr. E. E. Swinson, who recently ,- -- -- -

The bal masque at the! New Rockledgehotel days with Grandma Munson.! brought his bride from Georgia, is Wi'NirV'r'Vrrr.W'l.ll".rrl\ ..V."i.. rY

was quite a 5\1'eSS. the costumes A. B. Carter and Carl Wittfeld went to busy hauling lumber for his new

:: were numerous and of great diversity.Four Miami Saturday in Mr. Carter's launch. house, which he intends building at

prizes were awarded. Mr. Shares is AI will be on Mr. Waldo Clement's fine
The Geo. H Fernald Hardware Co
once.Mr.
to be complimented for the good time he yacht, the Nirohda. and Mrs.. Chas. Sharpe and ,

showed his guests. Mrs. Masters and daughter, of Passa- family leave on Thursday for their

Chas. dchoonmaker has resigned the : dena, Cal., are located in the Smith cot. summer home in Columbia, Tenn.

office of postmaster! to take effect April. tage for the balance of the season. Mr. Chas. Maddox removed to his MACHINE SHOPS

tt 1st. From present indications Brady' Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Lee moved into handsome new home on Monday.Mr. .
Bower will be the next incumbent. Mr. their new house last week. We understand a

Bower was fur many years postmaster at the Lyman cottage is already rent Snell Hendry has recovered Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

N CoquIna and is thoroughly acquainted ed to some people from Evanstown. from his recent illness and is again

with postoffice routine, is popular and Last Friday Miss Harry Odell gave a busy shipping vegetables.

courteous. luncheon in honor of her birthday. The HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
Eczema: Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch, King ,
teacher and entire school spent the noon Worm.Ilerp. *. Barber'
The Touch That Beak ItchAll
hour. The table, on the west verandah,
is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. was beautifully trimmed in and of these diseases are attended by Agricultural Implements
It's the happiest combination of Arnica pink intense itching, which is almost instantly
flowers and healing balsams ever com white roses. The birthday cake was delicious relieved by applying Chamberlain's Salve

pounded. No matter how old the sore! or also the i ices, etc. All wished Miss and by its continued nsv a permanentcure SANFORD FLORIDAr
ulcer is, thia salve will cure it. For Harriet many happy birthdays and that may be effected. It has, in fact, ,
e' r burns scalds, cuts wounds or piles, it's she would spend them in Georgiana. cured many cases that had resisted all
an absolute cure. Guaranteed by Red. other treatment. Price U3c. per box.
Cross Pharmacy. 25c. Mr. Howell left; for the north Tuesday. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. m Y 'irli \ IMYv". MM' wmmrn


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