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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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;j ja DOINGS OF'THE SATISFACTIONThat LATEST NEWSAND Special Opening Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIPAND ( J

Queen Quality" shoes are the
Bargains In _
Every Department _
most satisfying women's shoes in the r
k PRESENT SEEK world is proved by the fact that more INCIDENTS MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1907. PERSONALS

women persist in wearing them than any
If
you buy your dress goods fromus
other shoes in the world.
Pungent Rotes Pertaining to, Events You don't need to be a shoemaker to Personal Paragraphs About Peoplitbat this season you will positively be Something About the People of Ttt1lsi

know that they please yon look handsome right as I have spent four weeks in 4
Transpiring About Tom Travel Here and There Tille as They Come and Go .
on the feet, are comfortable, nt I New York city buying goods. The .

Miss Mary Carruthers left this smoothly are and the,exclusive satisfy.We azents Glad to Mr. W. S. Norwood is visiting his styles are exquisite and the prices I Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at A,

week for a visit with friends in Or- show you our new kid, gun) metal, patent daughter, Mrs. Jas. Mitchell, at Co- 'know are right. LaGrange at 11 a. m. and at Titus-

lando. ,leather and canvas shoes. All the very coa, for a few days this week. Persian lawn, 40 inches wide, very ille at 7:30 p. m. on Sunday next.

Miss Thayer, of Atlanta, ,who hast :on latest exhibition.styles! for spring and summer now Miss Catherine Sams, of Courte- sheer quality makes excellent dresses :Messrs. W. F. Sams and T. L. r l_

been visiting at the home of County WINSTON S. BRANNING, nay, was a Obiter in Titusville Tuesday worth 35 cents per yard, Monday only Sams, of Courtenay, paid THE STAR

r Clerk A. A. Steward returned home The Clothing! Unu-e, and paid THE STAR office a pleasant 19 cents. office pleasant call af-
t Saturday Titnsville Florida. call. White Madras in checks or stripes, ternoon- r

36 inches wide, worth 50 cents .
._ Sheriff Brown and family have Oranges are still going forward I per Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett returned a t

v S been visiting their friends, Mr. and Burning: of the Launch Ohio from Merritts Island and Banana yard Figured, Monday batiste only,,in 25 endless cents. varietyof home from Georgia Sunday night,

Mrs. Jones, at Cocoa, during the Last Friday afternoon'the launch river via this place. Shipments will show where he was threatened with an at-
patterns, we likely can
past week. Ohio, which had been chartered by continue for several weeks yet. you tack of pneumonia.The A
I 200 different patterns,worth 25 cents
Contractor P. J. Hall is getting W. H. McFarland from \V. H. Parker Rev. \V. A. Cuddy, of Atlanta, de- Monday only, 19 cents,specially good schooner Capt. Jack, with a t+ ,

y along well with the work of buildinga i of this place, for several weeks'cruising livered his prophetic sermon Sunday for shirt waist suits. marooning party of New Yorkers '

new stockade at Mims for Mr. as far south as Miami, was evening to a small but appreciative Madras, in beautiful checks,stripesor aboard, returned here from a cruise -

Geo. E. Pritchett.Mr. burnt and sunk in the upper,end of congregation at the Methodist over plaids, excellent designs forhildren's to the southward Tuesday.
Biscayne bay. There were three on I
W. M. Prindle returned home church. dresses andladies' jumper Bring your motor boat to Titus ,
board-W. H. McFarland, Dr. J. S.
from Roseland Monday where Jie Mrs. John Carlile returned home suits, 25 cents per yard. ville on the 21st inst, and win one of t
Daniels and K. Trowbridge who left
spent about a week very pleasantlywith Titusville about a week before, leis- Saturday from St. Augustine, where We will also put on sale about 15 the beautiful cups, perhaps, carry r
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the West Virginia party. she had a finger very successfully entirely new and up-to-date ladies' off one of the other prizes offered for
the
urely making the trip for sportof
cashier treated by Dr. Worley for blood ready made skirts, ranging in price these races. t
Mr. Winston S. Branning, fishing and sight seeing. 1
from $3.00 to $8.00.
7 of the Indian River State bank, went After leaving Palm Beach the gas- poisoning. Ladies' black hose worth V. W. Eldred has just finished I

to Palm Beach Wednesday for two oline pipe was discovered leaking, I Rev. W. F. Allen will preach at gauze 3, in painting the front, cornicing, etc., j
50 cents pair pair
-or three days' visit with his. brother, but it was thought a trivial matter Cocoa next Sunday, Mch. 17, morn- box per put up box. of THE STAR building, giving it a J
Mr. Clark Branning. and it was decided to await repairingsame ing and night, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Ladies', Monday only made, $1.00 per spic and brand new appearance
ready night ,
gowns
Mr. W. E. Goldsmith and family, at Miami. By constant drip- p; m. All are welcome. Sunday handsomely trimmed, made of a good throughout. ,
arrived here the ping the gasoline floated in quantityon school will be held at 10 a. m. Clerk
from Fort Pierce, quality of lonsdale worth $1.50. County A. A. Stewart has ;
latter part of last week and they are top the bilge water and ignited Died-In Memphis Tenn., on Sunday Monday only, 99 cents. been seriously ill for the past few }

occupying one of the Walker .cot- from the commutator, setting the March 3rd 1907, Mrs. Mary A. Ladies' undervests, with tape in days with an attack of heart trouble, i

tages in North Titusville. boat afire in a solid mass of flame. Blake age 64 years, formerly resi- neck and arm holes, a vest that ordi- but was somewhat better yesterday ,- ; ?

Mr. and Mrs. D. G.Monroe,Misses Luckily the party had a small skiffin dent of Titusville, and wife of the narily will sell for 20 cents, Monday we are pleased to state. ti

. Leonardy and Baisden and Mrs. Jack I tow, which they .had barely timeto late Jos. P. Blake, of this place. only: 12 1-2 cents.Embroidery Rev. and Mrs.Anderson,of Brooklyn i

" Begg went to Osteen last Saturdayto jump into and save themselves On account of his returning to his for corset covers, .1 who have been the guests of

attend a fish fry on the banks of from the burning boat. home in Connecticut, Rev. H. Hunt- put on sale about 400 yards, 18 inches I Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson, in South

the St. Johns river. They report From Miami Dr. Daniels expectedto ington held his last services in St. wide, beautiful designs with beading Titusville for the past two months,
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k having had a very merry time. go to Nassau, Mr. McFarland will Gabriels church Sunday. His father, eyelets, worth 50 cents, Monday only returned home Monday afternoon.At .
spend a few days in that section, had already 35
Rev. John T. cents yard. '
Huntington ,
per
Mr. A. L. Ryals, of McRae, Ga., while Mr.-Trowbridge returned here Miami on Sunday, the 10th
returned north. India linon lawn 30 inches wide
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returned home Saturday afternoon Saturday night. inst., Mr. Erick L. Madison, of

accompanied by his daughter, Miss The Ohio is complete loss and The work of completing the sewer regular price 20 cents, Monday only, Ddense, Denmark, and Miss Lillie B. .

Cecile Ryals. Miss Ryals made was owned by W. H. Parker's broth- from the railroad to the river is be- 15 cents per yard. Jeffords, of Artesia were married.

many friends during her stay here .er-in-law, of Daytona. The boat ing pushed to completion as fast as Another lot worth 15 cents at They will make their future home at I

since the New Year,who will be gladto was valued at about $150.00. possible. The men in charge of this 12 1-2 cents. Dania, where the groom has spent
see her return again to Titusville. work have certainly been favored White nainsook, put up 10 yardsin the winter.

Shaw of Jacksonville Large shipment of trW hats just received greatly by the dry weather that has a box, worth $2.00, Monday only,
Capt. H. B. $1.49 box. Mr. A. Entenza of St. Augustine, ,
in the latest for 1907 the per
shapes in i prevailed.Mrs.
superintendent of the eighth district Hawes make Winston S. Branning'3. Cross barred nainsook, 27 inches spent a part of yesterday in Titus-
U. S. L. S. service, arrived here Smith Hollins McKim won wide, very stylish for ladies' and ville and gave THE STAR office a

yesterday for the purposeof inspect- Progressive Peanut Party the trophy and first money at the children's dresses,* worth 25 cents, pleasant call. Mr. Entenza is mak-
ing Chester Shoals house of refuge.He Palm Beach live-bird shoot on March! ,special 19 cents. ing the circuit of the state advertising -

expects to spend the next two or I Mrs. Jack Begg delightfully en- 1st. It was one of the most important Figured lawns, especially good for the Ponce de Leon celebration, e

three weeks with his family at Or-: tertained last Friday evening in honor shoots of the season. The event dressing sacks, 7 cents per yard. which will be held in the Ancient

mond, where the wedding anniversary of Miss Lottie Leonardy, of Os- was a 10-bird handicap, $10 entrance. Mail orders promptly filled on any City on April 2nd, 3rd and 4th, and

will be celebrated. teen, and Miss Lula Baisden, of At- She scored 9 out of 10. There were of the above goods. which promises to be a great affair.

lanta. An amusing game of progressive fourteen contestants. Juuus KLINE, Titusville. Special rates will be given on theF.

FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES peanuts was greatly enjoyed 'Phone No. 8. E. C. for this reproduction of a
first prize being won by Mr. Skill Motor Boat Races: great historical event.
March 19th and 20th IIAWKE3 and the booby by Mr. Spencer. De-
Indian River Hotel Recent Arrivals -
Beautiful silver and other ,
will be at cups
factory specialist my licious refreshments were served, I
ptore to examine and fit glasses. No suitable prizes will be awarded to Mayor bl Brown, Yerantua, Fla; M J Shipping Saw Palmetto Berries j
t and at a late hour the bid
extra charge for examination. 19th&20th guests Wood" ard, Watt-rtown. \\is Mrs MI C
winners in the motor boat races at ; Capt. S. L. Jeffords of Artesia, '
their host and hostess goodnight after ,I
Woodard and child, Town, Minn; 0 B
Titusville Mch. 21st. made of about barrels
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone: having spent a most pleasant Floyd, J E :Sumner; Orlando; G B Ilyars, a shipment fifty kI
There will be two clashes-slow and of dried berries
palmetto
evening. Those present were Misses Chicago;John J )lclahonIary McMahon : saw
Leonardy and Baisden Mesdames speed. The former takes in all boats Wrn Dahm, West Hoboken, N J; from this place the first of this week. .
Benefit Entertainment with speed of less than 10 miles per Miss Marie Ax, Miss A Landmann, The berries were brought here in
4 Mrs. Jeannette Robinson Murphy, Monroe and Begg, Messrs. Skill, hour. Speed class 10 miles and I Darmstadt, Germany; :Mr. and Mr lighter in tow of small motorboat
Spencer, Monroe and Begg. up- Christian Ax, Miss A del lla L. Axh, a a a v \
i!: a fine vocalist and impersonator, ----.--- ward. Theresa Wicters, Baltimore; Philip Eiler and were packed in barrels from i(
from Louisville, Ky., will give an en- Kline's Specials in andGent's All entries must be forwarded or Pitt, Pa; (j William, Jacksonville; I{ ]II corn sacks and shipped to New York "
tertainment in the opera house Tuesday Clothing handed in to Vice Com. D. B. Pritch- I Terwillijerand;. Wollkill, N Y; EJ A city from whence they are reshipped

;' evening, the 19th, at 8 o'clock, Furnishing: DepartmentMen's ard by Wednesday, March 20th, with i Grove Drennan.Miss Mr: Marguerite K J.\ Drennan Dreunen, Duuiunt, Mi1- to London to be made up into medic-

under the auspices of the Progressive white gauze athletic undershirts a statement as to the relative speedof 1 Marie;Drenneu, Winter Park, Fla; hiss I inal preparations, for which the saw +

I Culture club and V. I. A., the program an excellent garment for sum- each entry. Julia Mriniiieizi, Clay springs, Fla; J H I palmetto possesses valuable] remedial tI

t to consist of "African Slave mer wear, 49 cents each, all sizes. Any boat bettering her time dur- Schneider, New York, Miss Edith L I properties.The .

!. \ ,Songs and Voodooism in America." Men's knee drawers, very practical ing the race over the time given in coke Fairchild, Pa;,II Miss C Furley Edna L and Fairchild wife, Hooper-, Nanti- I saw palmetto bushes grow in

11 Admission: Adults 50 cents, children cool and comfortable, all sizes, with her entry will be disqualified.All stun l'a; Hon W H Jones, Helen A \\11 large clumps and fruit abundantlyon 1

25 cents. Tickets to be obtained 49 cents per pair. entries are free. son, fly W Clarke, Mr and Mrs Clarke, Banana river, while in other sections -

i j at W. S. Branning's Clothing Men's suits, made of best qualityof Slow race commences at 10 a. m., Ha; Jas M Massey, J J Hubbard Tampa. j! and all along the west shore of
Fla C J Robertson Atlanta Mrs t D'' y
1 Store. tropical worsteds in endless vari- distance six miles speed race at 11 Barksdale; R Hunter, Barkesdale; Rich. Indian river very few berries are to

; The proceeds are to go toward improving ety of colors as well as blue serges, o'clock, distance nine miles. mood, Ya, Mr and Mrs J C Thompson, be had although the scrub is plenti-

the Titusville cemetery. styles positively correct and prices There will be a baseball contest in E Liverpool; Ohio; Dr G W Lamar, Quincy ful all up and down the coast.

I more than right, so if you want a the afternoon at o'clock between Eta; John T Lewis, iV-aa! Fla; P. W Capt. Frank M. Wilson, of Canav- .
the suit it will to and lookat lll don, Louisulle::! Ky; L Moreton Murray ,
I pay you come Eau Gallie and Titusville nines. Daytona; Geo Phillips and wife, eral, came over with Capt. Jeffords

'; The Continental Hotel, at Atlantic them and I know we can fit you Richmond, K> ; Mrs II M Nolle, New and helped him in packing and ship-

Beach opened Tuesday for the summer and suit you. _Gtt your !spring and summer suit from bni>rna; A Niurwalt, Philadelphia; I M i ping. Capt. Jeffords expects to make
:' Also odd trousers. We will placeon Branmnir The very latent cut" just o received Lutell, New York; J \ Majjw, New Or- several more shipments of these berries -
under the management in the well known nuke of N.hlo&sBrothers. '
season
sale about 500 pairs and let leans; W J Coley, Florence; V V :Mills o
of Mr. H. E. Bemis, of the Colonial, me i i I Mulberry, FLt; .\. :s Thornton, New York; yet this sea.' n.I .
I tell the
at Nassau. The location of the Colonial you patterns are just simply -- I!J B Nalcup, Terre Haute, Ind;J L Johnjson -
." is ideal as a stopover point for handsome. For Sale I Philadelphia; I, H Brace, 0 C :-\1111' I' Draying
JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Connecticut built \tIJO\t. two suits or: inons, Chicago; J Nix, John G Ktttig, ; IJrayinl! or hauling of all kinds prompt.
north. Golf-
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the tourists returning 'Phone No. 8. sails, anchor. and! ten ballad bags.A W P Uiikt!'oa, New York; G J Ganell ly attended t<>. Mwts all trains. Starve r
ing, picturesque drives, automobiling bargain. Apply at TilE :\TiRothce.Dress Baltimore; Jack Murphy, :Savannah; II Hood fur sate! at all timeb.
and ocean pier fishing are some ------ II liner, Philadelphia I ; J A Miller,Jack II. E. HVLTON,
OR SALE CHE IP FOR CASIJ.
the attractions at this popular Making Parlors SClfl'llIeEnt. liz"t.:. Augustine; Mrs Titmulle, Ha.
of About SS acres of good high land on Mrs. C. A. Krulder ha"O|>eiied dressmaking 1 Virginia Beall, :Mrs Harry Panll, \\ells- ,-- ,-
resort. the t'a.or ocean side of the Indian river parlors tn THE STAR building, ; burg:,, W Yd; John henry, City. i ii Call at Titufeviile Livery, at rear of
at the Narrows, described as follows Lot ground fluor. Trimming hats a specialty.For : tI-ohhins' law f>Oi-.-, for stylish riot1! !.
THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section I j Men andtJg \ your spring and Leave your order* for hauling, both dousingle. ibleand
I Provides hot and cold baths and inside 36 in township south, range 39 east. Rent summer shoes from \V innonS. Cranui IIg.I J. I. O-han, proprietor. a
toilets! on two fl *>rs, airy bed rooms overlooking This land la unimproved but finely lo- .!I Now on exhibition the Urgent line of low
the river, sample rooms cozy cated. For further particulars address Three nice", clean moms in :jrood locali- I I cut ehwb eliow! u on tile East Coast in all -
tv for small family (without small chil- the latest cuts. Dental Notice
cool
consultation rooms, large dining E, M. Lew, I very
free library with the leading daily: Brockton, Mass.: dren) suitable for hou-ekeeping |I J. \\ Newuia'i, D. D. S., of the firm
and rooms weekly papers on file free telephonefor Apply to MKS. J. D. CB,IBB, Launch For Sale, Cheap '!of Macy & Newman, of West Palm
I guests, free use of typewriting mach GUN REPAIR SHOP Titusville, Fla. Will sell 15i ft., torpedo stern launch, Beach, will be in Titnsville for H few
ine. Electric lights throughout the entire Send your guns for repairs to Henry with 2 h. p. Du Brie engine canopy top, days fully prepared to attend to any den
I building iOdide and out. Open day Benecke. All work thoroughly done For Sale spray sheet and waterproof cover for tal work lie has his office in the brickI
and night, attentive porters attend all Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto rooooOrnata plants, at$2.00 per 1,000, $125,OO.11 in good running, order.C. I I building opposite the court house where
trains, only five minutes walk from thestation. new, also guns stocked and shotguns Earliana and Sew Century varieties. L. BERT.E the will be pleased to ee all who! want
Good fishing from hotel dock. rebored etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville Fla. Address A. Care STIR office. Titusville, Fla. t first class work



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for children as well as adults.A .
000 or an apparent surplus of $20- ( 'orty-flve miles adding 2 cents an hourto cough often leads to consumption and should be checked

.r t. POLITICAL I 000,000 but the Democratic view all day or night men. immediately.

shows a probable deficit of $100,000-
Quaker City Now Swift.
000. For the Panama canal was spent A Household Necessity.
Since March 5 the people of Philadelphia -
fenator Spunt" Resignation. 69,000.000 more, while large Increases

"With.two years of his term of office were made for the army and nary, have gloried in the possessionof J. C. Smith, Houston, Texas, writes: "I have usedBallard's .
a genuine rapid transit system the for the
family f
Horehound in past
naexpired..'United States Senator John fortifications, pensions, harbor 1mrovements. Syrup my j
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uU elevated and subway' line operating few years, and find it far superior to any other cough \
t of Wisconsin tendered etc.
t C. Spooner between Sixty-ninth street and the medicine we have tried. Every household should be
r.JpatloG to Governor Davidson the The ship subsidy bill, which had beea f
Pennsylvania station at Fifteenth anJ supplied with this worthy remedy.
: r. 4Q before congress adjourned explaining passed by the house, was talked t*
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'Market On five minute schedule fine- -
4i: ? that he death In the senate by the opposing The Delight of Children.
ly equipped electric trains make the
i( ; could not lon minority, led by Carmack of Tennessee.
,' trip In eighteen minutes. In at least COUGHS COLDS WHOOPING
ger afford to .
one respect the service is superior to CURES SORE THROAT BRONCHITIS -
neglect his profession I At the last both houses agreed on
the that of any other city-namely, in that AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES. ,,
of
the bill regulating the hours of railway

( law. When this employees on lines favored by La Fol- account the trains of a run special almost road noiselessly bed. oo PRICE 25c, 50; and $1.00 4

fact was made lette aqd the telegraphers tiaklngmlne SUBSTITUTES. '
AVOID ALL
known the sen hours the limit of consecutive work for

a { ator was overwhelmed them and sixteen the maximum.The I EDUCATIONAL I

with house finally accepted the senate Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
C expressions: of bill for an agricultural bank in the

'_ regret from his Philippines, as desired by Secretary Judson Chicago's President. : +,

colleagues on Taft. Harry Pratt Judson, who since the 500-502 North Second Street +

both sides of death of William R. Harper nearly ? J
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t. t the chamber two years ago has ST. LOUIS, MO.,

and PresidentRooseveltlssoed I COMMERCIAL I ,.at been acting president -
Senator Spooner. 4 of the University I-

i a statement of regret and appreciation. Reading Coup Checks Panic. of Chicago, has

has been In the senate sixteen now been formally
i : Spooner
After three of the most exciting daysof Sold and Recommended byRd
and Is now sixty-four old. elected president of
Tears years '
stock decline, In which nearly all of '
v The Wisconsin legislature Is now In that Institution. Professor Cross PharD:1acy:
the railroad and industrial securities '
session, and a spirited contest for the R Judson came ,
-- ---- ---- -- -
shared, until every stock exchange in
surrendered toga already Is In to the university in
prog-
the country was In the Initial stage of -
r ress. Among the candidates mention- .,., 1S03 and was bead >> Marine
a panic and especially In Wall street
ed Isaac Stephenson Governor Davidson. of political t tL
I \ are the tide of pessimism was turned sud- professor da
Lieutenant Governor Conner Professor Judson. science and dean of e
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denly when the price of Reading rose :L
; Congressman Each and I. L. Lenroot, rapidly from 114 to 125 or there- the faculties of arts literature and science I

; : who was defeated for governor. abouts. The news soon leaked out that He is a graduate of Williams Engines

: .r Harriman at college, taught school in Troy prior to-
j Washington.For IL C. Frick had gathered In a controlling -
185 when he accepted a chair in the AsArf&
,
more than a week following his interest In the Reading system
of Minnesota. From that
% examination before the commerce commissioners with a view to making it the final link University ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT
he called to Chicago by
x at New York E. II. Ilarrt- In the Harriman transcontinental sys- position was
President ED FOR SATISFACTORY
man was a visitor with his ten.year- tem. As soon as this was known a Harper. M ,

old son at the national capital. While stampede of the "shorts" occurred ou Eliot Assails Football. USE IN FLORIDA WATERS f-'t

a there he called on the president and the exchange and all stocks began to Taking direct issue with President -

many other officials in different departments rally. Roosevelt in his recent "mollycoddle _
Regal Marine
and members of congress. Cleveland's Insurance Brief. address at Harvard In defend of all Engines

: rk He was watched closely by the news- rough college sports, the annual reportof t
Stand for the
President Grover Cleveland as highest type of ,
correspondents and daily columns lIarTar 's head Dr Charles W. '
paper head of the Association of Life In- mechanical skill and reliability s. 1) /
: of matter dealing with everything Eliot, takes the radical view that foot- They are four cycle, jump %' I ,
Presidents has taken the first
surance !
; that the railroad man said and ball Is no game for gentlemen to playor spark ignition,automobile type :
step toward combating legislation proposed mechanical valves, float feed
did showed the interest of the public for gentlemen to watch-that is, an carburetor ; I
enclosed crank
in several western states requiring case, :
...t. In his personality. In a signed statement that each company shall Invest undesirable one President Eliot admits steam forged crank shaft and l ;f '
;_ e Harriman denied the old report that under great pressure of public bronzed bearings. Have the
70 per cent of the reserve on policies fewest number of
WOI king
that he and his transcontinental associates opinion last year the game was parts
; which originate in any state in consistent with a perfect operating -
t had opposed work on the Panama much improved but says the Harvard motor and other
the: securities or mortgages: of that many
I, canaLIn players Buffered about the !same kindof exclusive features found only in the Regal
state He says that there is a normal
a later interview Harriman took injuries as before. He insists that
demand for nearly all of the securities THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
' I the public Into his confidence by telling no same is fit for college uses "in
referred to in the pending bills and I
t \ of his plans for vast reconstructionof which recklessness In causing or suffering Made in three types. 1}. 3 and 5 H. P. single cyhnd- to 111
that the Insurance companies will hive : P double cylinder; 30 II P. four cylinder
railroads with wider tracks and rebuilt serious bodily injuries promotes
to take only what Is left without the
o bridges, with mammoth enginesto efficiency and o10 is taught and held up We also) manufacture a line of hoary, slow rhetd aortingengines
guarantee of the state concerned He I from 6 IJ. 1' single cylinder to 45 U P. four
cylinder
haul the trains. He said he hid for admiration. lie finds the same
appeals for a repudiation of any intent
;: made up his mind to give more attcn of sort of recklessness in hockey and The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation throughout -
one state to advantage at the
j tlon to the Interests of the public in basket ball and thinks that intercolle- the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they ,in giving.
expense of its neighbor.
the future and to give the public full glate contests should be limited to twoa Get in the
a Regal Beginning Don't
t, Information He estimates that billions Hill.Harriman Fight Ended. I year in each sport He believes It Experiment

i of dollars are needed to rebuild The reported agreement between J. hlsh: time that the teaching professionunite Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request

1 and equip the roads so as to meet the J. Hill and E. II. Hirrimau with reference I "to protest against the presen

growing demands of the country's bu l- to the development of their railroad exaggeration of athletic sports during Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

ness. The gauge should be six feet Instead plans in the I'nset: sound region i the whole period of education" He deplores Cold Water, Michigan

% of four feet eight and a hall Is confirmed by the ,sale l>y Mr Hill to the waste of inonct and says

'1 inches. He was frankly in favor ol t Mr Harriman of a portion of the that pumped cheering during good and

tariff revision, saying that duties Great Northern terminal property at bad "h thi. '. -
play is uo counterpart in .. '
.
SeattleThl 1 is to lie used In I1- : -_:.. ;;; rte,. -
.f I 'shoulll be lowered in sqme cases: and! >4 property contests of real life and is "we.in.. i -

raised in others. connection with a railroad projectedfrom hysterical and ineffective on the part

Portland to &>attlt'.
of the "
Hearst Quits Democracy. SIK- itors.

Editor William R Heir in an address New York Life's Report. I THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO

to leaders of the New York Mite The first annual report of the New
RELIGIOUSIs I THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO
Independence league again accepted York Life Insurance company since!

t- the state leadership but with the assurance the passage; of the new insurance law THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANOA

that hereafter the league need shows new business for woe to be Mrs. Eddy Syndicated?

' not ally itself with either of the old $1s;.!}, ((*,':!H as eompired to 3314TXV.. The Christian Science church has

parties but could act alone. His termas JOO; in 1'xM New business to the been stirred from end to end by the -

a Democratic representative from amoiut of $l(-;.".'I1..2n.1 tsar written action begun; list week in court at ff

Xew York had expired, and he was or Rli tK1I(11) more th:1n111 be allowed 'oncord, \. IL. HI behalf of its! founder

freed from all ties to the Democratic under the new Iiw hut still :0 percent and now venerable I leader. :Mrs. Mary

:k party I less thin in the year before the I Baker G. Lddy: ) by her own son

.. The Windup of Congress. exp",sures. The contingency reserve totaled20r.74ia : (;eorc W. lover of Deadwood, S. I).;

f By holding a Sunday session and ). I bj his daughter; Miss Glover and by f'a r/t i iT

' working the legislative mill long; hour.. Silverware Merger Ratified. : a nephew, Geor-ie W. lUiker of Bangor .

4 '. at top [>eed the 'iCty-uinth congressmana.ed ; Ml the interests of the Gorham Manufacturing :. ; )le.. asking for a r* the ground that she for a long time
within the
to die
statutory 'i>ni':uij hue noIt<'l.'u \
limit at noon March 4. In the last few brought together in the new' holding: his l.>ocu tI'.UIJJI-.fl'nt t.; manage her

days,'l>j give and take, the upper ands con:i :nv knn :>s the Silverware estate iud that her prupwtv has been

lower houses had got together on theo V''<'ks <..>'up: nr. wliKh :tit;orttM the | m the hinds of .Mfred I'irlow. e cciitie ,
head .f the dl1tr..lJl\ ll .\.
remaining money lulls and the total Silversmiths company I <

amount appropriated l heat all records:: i i 1'r\e. secretary in ('binre_ of the 1-.lcly.

Republican leaders MV it i h 1", H3.' INDUSTRI : home; J.JSl'phnutrn!'_, pn' l sfipr nt ill r 1 I Tttt f I ,

Sfor the short session and $t.son.- I L .L i the I.dlv writ in:.:"; Irving l'. Toiul'aj 'R'aM Isr r'--- ti

lUl"for:: the two years comprising: j II'4'U. healer and :tg..ut <.f 1.:1f0Ir:1! i

: the life of this lonzress; Hl'IIIlI4.rats. Central Trains Slow Down. t'. Knapp ,!irt..t.r. sill other trflMHri r- I tt
i of the mother 'hnr -L and other all r, s ,
however that the total thirled t ( ,
1 say > One result e>f the recent ae-oi.leiits; on t a
the short i $f>f)47s'. session > the New York I eutril and the pmiupt i t
call It the first billion dollar session.Approprntioiis action of tbe coroner and grand jury :i bag IlrS4/U.- The petitioners say than r -
In i n I> attack is mtdlln the church :uu
distributed
were In calling: the eroni] any to account is au
that th.l.rin:: suit a< '"next fnenlsi "
numbers follow .
round a. : order U ill trainmen on the IIirle
i of Mrs .EPy. wh i the real
Agriculture ........................ J9.447.000 division within the ek*.trl<* zone to run i > > is'tition-
Army ................................ 7S.523.Of oO their trains not over forty-five miles an ; er rornn" rllih..lt:1tE'S s.>nIf..r
Diplomatic ...... .. .. ............... 3.O IOOO \\' lIilU II ChindKr :tr.rh'trS is sl>ni..r
District of Columba: .............. 19.4o4 000 hour on a straight: track and not over ex'uus 'i for the pliintiffs TIle re'tlvos !: -
Fortifications ...................... 6.56.0<\0 thirtv-fi\e on a cur\e Official of lx>tli :
Indian ... ....... ...................o. 9.;.S7 6Legislative. the Central and the nn.yl\"ania say liim tint they han Ions:: IK1 -\'n
executive and judi : prevented from secine Mrs Eddy hy
that the limited fliers will hive to IH
clal ................................ :c.09l.000MlUtary her advisers. except ne ren-entlv line that meets all demands
academy..:............. 1,9.9,703 taken off if the two cent fare laws: when
:Mr
Navy ...,'........................... 98.958.0\.0. stand.P. Glover managed: to hive tn both as to quality and price
Pensions ............................ 11593701: ) () Interview with her and was satisfied
Postoffice ...... .................... :!!.(". .01:G R. R. Trainmen Get More. !she" could not manare her affairs. Price from
Rivers and harbors ............... 371S3000 .V big strike of the trainmen on the I Senator Chandler liter charged that Selling $450 to $850Full

Sundry civil ...................... 110136.000 railroad 1
Deficiency .......................... llfWOOO) Penn>ylvania seemed Int"T'ita.ble -, Mrs Eddy's name and the church hall particulars sent on application
Miscellaneous ..................... 1000.000 up to March 6, when the oJlcialsof been syndicated bv the defendants ac ---- --
i, Permanent ......................... 149. &.3J) the road made concessions by extending -| a business! venture -- ----

4 The Republican estimaate of the the reeent l'ittcburz wane' increase INDIAN RIVER MDSiCHOUSE TITUSVILLE9'

next years' revenues_ is about, $S5OI100e ) ,- I to iiomtsvitbin a radium of Subscribe for THE STAR right now ,


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tion only. James Gordon Bennett the :(/ ''

principal owner, and his You 'J'

counsel. Manly M. Gillam
t
under Indictments on a

Standard Oil Loses Point.
t- ITEth15IrJf Sick
In the federal court at
.
i '
motion of counsel for the :

; ; 3: company to quash 1,017 of : is because some of ,
1" e
'I I II counts In the Indictment organs of the body \ '

I lations of the anti-rebate
not their work'
;, nied; also the court refused doing

I from the jury a copy of the There is a lack of '

and ,Alton schedule t
freight nervous that
energy ,
Standard Is with
5z J I testimony of charged E. S. Holllns, them motion. Con- 1/
4.Ye 1
of the ..Alton that copies of you are weak,

,- le had been sent to

/" I FOREIGN t I It me Women part Win of travelers.Bannerman.It I LEGALCRIMINALRockefeller I ever pers. new Including rates were the cannot, nervous sleep,; irrit-have !


is' reported from London that prove that the Standard indigestion, etc. y

... Opening of New Do ma. I'rime Minister Sir Henry Campbell- Must Testify. not ignorant of the legal there is not suffi- :r

The formal opening of the second Bannerman who has hitherto refusedto The ignited Stales circuit court at Public Utilities Bill Stolen.In force to "

,douma,or lower house of the Russian receive deputations of suffragettes, St. Louis sustained the order that nonresident advance of its official nerve keep
fI has stated that he would the active and al-
' support into the New York organs
: parliament, took place at St Peters- witnesses must come to Missouri legislature

:: ': burg Nov 5 at noon In the presence Dickinson suffrage bill with muchpleasure" to testify in the federal case stance of the new them to perform their j

R!;, P of the ministry and court function tion in the when house it of came commons.up for Ills ac-, against the Standard Oil company and utilities bill, designed to functions. Dr.

'aries, but the czar and all the members attitude is strictly personal and does fifty'Individuals other nonresident codeJendants corporationsand with the recommendations for the concentration of of all Nervine restores :
"I'J'-J' Grand Duke Nicholas -
of his family except
not commit the of the
cabinet some '
utilities under because it restores
: Jlichaelovitch wbo Is In sympathy Waters-Pierce Oil conpany. city one t
most acthe members of which are
R"i with advanced political doctrines were opponents of women's suffrage In Adams Jury Disagrees.The known ten at to$10,000 the a year and nervous energy.
public
- Absent There was first the "Te Deum" this connection it Is Interesting to note jury at Wallace, Ida.,. which has have been sick for a year, and "
affect traction stocks know what
t'S Intoned by the high priest in the great been the ease of Steve W. Adams on was the matter
that a committee of the women's anti- trying the me. I tried many remedies and a a
Two In
a promenade hall adjoining the parliament suffrage movement has written to the charged with the murder of Fred Ryan-lobbyists Belmont interests of of them Dr Miles'proved Jservine.of any v'iun!

,\ chamber. The mass of radicals prime minister claiming that a majority Tyler a claim agent, reported a disagreement a bottle and before I had taken s
Aftera ed of having stolen a copy of of It I better. I would -
Indifference.
," looked on with cold of the British women do not want This was taken as something was have
address ure from the committee prostration if I had not t
brief
the franchise granted to them. ; of a victory for the Western medicine when I did. 1 con
: by the churchman Federation of Miners whose' former the public printer. The to take it until I was entirely d
.. all Unionists Sweep London.It are preparing to fight this I have since recommended it
"
-r sang officers Moyer Haywood and Petti- of my lady friend, and they
; the national an- appears that In the recent elections bone, were awaiting trial for the mur- Virginia's Unwritten Law. an thanked me"for doing so, for

them twice, followed of members of the London coun- der of Governor Steunenberg of The trial of James and them MKS.all. ROSE OTTO

l by cheers. ty council the Unionists under the Idaho. The prosecution had dependedvery ther at Culpeper '.a.for., the S 3d St.. Columbus. Ohio.
,'I'' ::% name of municipal reformers achievedsubstantial Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
I The parliament largely on a confession made by murder of William F By who will guarantee that the
Y was then opened a victory having gained Adams to corroborate the confessionby lad wronged their !sister bottle will benefit. If It falls, h. f
with a short forty-three seats. This is taken as desert her after forced refund your money.
ill Orchard of a conspiracy with the a i
Medical Co. Elkhart
foreshadowing marked reversal of Ind
a
colorless speechby officers of the federation to procure the ended in a prompt **i

M. Goluboff. the policy which has been followed by murder of Steunenbenc. This confes- Jury on the strength of the I

:_-' vlcepresidentof the Progressives during their twenty sion he repudiated on the stanll.Thaw's "unwritten law"

'. the council of years' tenure of office of extending the at the last moment the ..

a the empire At municipal industries. Mother a Witness. the plea of temporary Most Valuable Set of Yacht and Boat-
to expectation District At-
the mention of England For Disarmament Contrary Ity. Although Jude Books ever PuHtihed. t _
torney Jerome did not seek to end the
the czar's name Prime Minister Sir Henry Campbell- structed the jury to disregard
trial of Harry Thaw for the murder of RUDDER {
there were Bannerman contributes to the Nation, thing as the unwritten law.
jj ,/ cheers from the the Liberal weekly, an article on The Stanford White by moving a commission verdict was rendered he TO BOOKS :
in lunacy on the strength! of the
f Right, but the Hague conference In which he rebuts examination of Drs. Evans and jury "I thank you for a 3oco boats have been built from the Ones t

large majority the objections to raising the questionof cross I think, will be approved by in these books-Successfully sailed m
alienists for the defense. The clime and Fun detail M
M. Golovin. Wagner, upon every sea-
: ;:2 Of the Left, representing limitation of armaments contend- alienists admit lIe. It is an established nIt of all parts showing what it is and

'., the 'opposition parties, remained Ing that nothing has occurred since the !state of Virginia that no to make it-Text extremely simple. 1
ted only that !
', In ominous silence. The mem- 1S98 to render Inopportune or miscblevous for defending the sanctity of BUILD A RACER FOR $50 t
Thaw might srwnlhMt... ."" t.b.ad.fn.e..31l!r_ 1
, bers then the reduction of armaments should be found nuilty 1 ;
'iau@jtbeoath.afterWblch'l have had an in- "mitt f boat(ut.1N1,.Iran UN tommrnt w. ,
M. GoloTin which was then recognized as deslrable sane realizationof Pittsburg Councilman BUILD A SKIPJACK I j
lovln appeared to be In touch with the I On the contrary he says the pas- host fir ftm o. Milmc or klMrkimr about b ', .
Tue sentence of $ojfiue ,, .
of his acts, and '? H& M.aea'awtalxb-.mbata,uop or CM \.t
, -, spirit of the new douma and was ap-! sage of years has only served to neither would years' imprisonment was : putt*aaJ putarr of completed !loa&& I'

planded on all sides when he saidhat"1 strengthen the impression of 1808 that BUILD A RACING SLOOP f
i that the W .\. )Martin a common J
, the principle of popular representation, I the endless multiplication of enginesof } say condition oThaw's of Pittsburg, who bad been .sacmrf AjMMKaJUi nrmx.ud marline Autralu ever, cur JevfmJ to bwUM. s pn* ':

once called Into life, could never dieGolovin I war Is futile and self defeating and mind of soliciting a bribe in (' .1!.. I

has been president of the that what was then a suspicion that BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH Ne -
the Tube City railroad .
, and prs.tiaLebuxtaR 1..I.nd..1twmo&
.Moscow zeinstvo for many years and no limit could be set to the struggle was necessaril; ...lib& /nxXor. be...nl other plan _
although !
permanent -
, Is a Constitutional Democrat Later in for sea power save by the process of Listen BUILD A KNOCKABOUT )

't' the day the council of the empire, or economic exhaustion his now become Wagner Dr.did and rememl)>ertlie next time : I s.! srmmd tor iha rrmvnj.fc wafers.brat: good <*bm; .uan.1I It

upper house was convened Baron something like a certainty He as- candI'H BUILD A SHOAl-OftAUCHT SLOOr* a "
drop the remark! from pain-caused by damp
f Frisch presiding. serts that Great Britain has already tItle ttJmf boot,.itlllDCld"raleIIa.Dp. !
.. that the defendant when head bursts .pUu.
. nearly
"t jour t
The conservative
Right or parties, given an earnest of her sincerity by suffer- BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
were able to muster only Mrs William Thaw. Ing at the present will cure you. A wiUi;can be bull vary cbe ply,citBer loop urging
their candidate whereas the
Left
ort and by undertaking to go
time from Texas writes "I BUILD A MOCEL YACHT
a Hempetead, :
parties In opposition to the further If similar 1 Is .
government a disposition
liniment. Previous to plft. drwrtption of bow to build a model;also IbM
of mental
disease. Dr. Evans u
species your .
; cast Sat votes for GoUnin. Most shown elsewhere. Med w ml BK odcb
sufferer from '
characterized this mental condition as great
of the 4;jO members appeared to be In French Teachers Federating. that of a "brain storm." neuralgia I am nlea!!ed to PRICE $1. EACH
the of life less than fifty being
prime I am free from theee ) j
Schoolmasters In Pans and other Great sentimental Interest in the patpAio o* cxpness AMTWHtNe
more than fifty years old and a dozen sure I owe this to your ,
1 4 large cities of France have been form- case was revived when the defense in cloth Cold ktt..nnt-Size of pag.
not thirty. The convening of the dou- by lied Cron Pharmacy. 12 inches-Large,ciearly-Jra. plans. .
e Ing themselves Into syndicates or unions called Mrs William Thaw, the whit
,5 characterized with great out-
ma was
1
, which are affiliated with the Gen- haired mother of the prisoner, to the Ocala RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
The Star that
ward calmness, while in the streets says
eral Labor federation. The movement stand. She told of her son's infatuation *- Stnetr Ntw Venit. U. S. A I
outside the hall vast of the the
a throng entered bath room of
was instigated by the Socialists, and for MM :\e bit and Its unsettling: postal ftr Catalogue of Books for 'II {
and students created demonstration
proletariat a the teachers do not conceal that their zuma Hotel Sunday '''f Library.
A effect on his mind and how she had acstepted g
which caused several serf
purpose Is to spread Socialistic doi the inevitable when marriage dropped a pistol on the
4
ous encounters with the police. After
trines Thus the problem Is presentedof was Insisted ujx>n. Much to her snr it to go off The man was
T.F the adjournment of the session a procession
close to 40.0W with schools supitortcd by the whole prise and disappointment Mrs Thaw ened at the explosion
numbering ,
.
red banners and singing revolutionarysongs people becoming the Instrument: of one was not allowed to tell of the heredMrj left his pistol on the floor '._
political pirtj Special legislation taint of
insanity Several tIm ''
started toward the center of the been seen or heard of
may be necessary she broke down and the court waited
j city. The procession was dispersed
for her to her He i
recover
composure. r
repeated charge of mounted polite :
'I I MISCELLANEOUS testimony ended the defense DOCTORS /
armed with whips. Finally a large /s ED
x
N force of Cossacks armed with lances Central Held For Wreck. Are said often to be buried MX r

i re-enforced the police. To Force Block Signals. After the New York coroner's jury ground. But many times ve stood fie test for over 50 years,
their tare still in the IvaL Their absolute
Swettenham Quits. The Interstate commerce commission had found the New York Central Ra! family physician
of prowl, ficir uncommon
road Its imagine one from dyspepsia! jr
president and board
has recommended law company >ields of delicious vegetables and
i Word comes from London that the a enforcing the heart disease, another from
of directors culpably negligent In hays flowers, mare them the most f
resignation of Sir Alexander Swetten- use: of the block signal! :system: on all ney disease, another from n and the nit popular everySOI1 If

ham former governor of Jamaica, has passenger lines and giving the commission :'ng failed to safeguard Its passengersIn tration, another with pain here br all dealer 1991

become an accomplished fact It Is power to inspect and regulate; It the recent wreck of the electric exjress and in this: way they p Seed Annual free on request.
tram, when tWl'nty-three themselves and their 0. M. FERRY & CO..
said that nine days after the "incident"Mhich holds that the system; has failed on account -I person easy diseases Detroit, Mich.
tiled the busy doctor, separate
were case was laid befor I
of bad
astonished England and Amer- operation rather than i 1 he, assuming them to be such
from defect In Its design. the hand jury, and an Indictment In 1
ica Alexander asked permission to any Supervision his pills and potions.
retire on the ground of age. In the I! would l>e made to prevent unduly against the inpiny was made out : all only nymptinns' caused'by. 60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE t
disease. The
but not against the ofieial"o p. sician
lone hours of labor which
correspondence which followed between impairthe i cause of suffering fps up ?
: himself and the colonial office faculties of those thirged with the Capital Punishment Aoonshed.; I Ii until large bills are m de. T

the door was left open for the governor I operation of the s\stem i i The lei-Nlatne nsscmbly of Portal patient gets no bctle\ijJruA ( 1

to reconsider his decision but it is At the same time thX.: .-\York state i( Ruv adapted the hill almlishiag the I wren rr'Vn-r? treatment modicine IA but> Dr probably'. ,

railruil commission It:is rccouiuuMultxl death thus s.miig the lives of
authoritatively announced that he has ijuilu I .f'.n .ion 1_c Irrf'ffl to t p lJ
definitely decided not to continue at I i: the loptiou of a system which will I several:" i.ers'na awaiting executions i heir >'ju!rt-Ly r'.*M"1 Tv I by < iaei! all tno>e i
than train b In mg t:
prevent more one Wing
", his post, but will leave Jamaica as soon :i LeIter Is Found Guilty toms and instituting; comfort TRACE MARKS

as his affairs can be arranged a block at the same time In practice I I Joseph Leittr. the millionaire op"rator prolonged misery It has been DESIGNSCOPYRICHTS
.
railroad lieu have very generally allowed that..a. disease Known is half Ac.
of the fini iis /ei-l: .r collierv. thecfrue
Sabbath Law In Canada. | vending a sketch sod dencrfption wmy
Dr
Pierces Favorite Prl '
than train in block !! ;
more one a '
.. ascertan oar opinion free w ether an
or Isin.r "Ullt.t"!! ,111-
!
uunlrn .
went into scientific .
The new Lord's day act under cautionary onKr medicine, carefully i..n ta pr< hably f>*tentk>le. Commanica-
the two found an and skillful atnctly conedentt.l. Handbook 1'ntentt ,
last week throughout Canada Ing; past years was i experienced
I
force I and .".. Vl'lTi agency for vecurtoir pwteota
with the exception of the province of Perkins Makes Restitution. guilty in the rauSIm: county court at adapted to woman's ;: I taken through Jlunu & Co. receive
I It is made of native American notice, without charge, la the
Quebec. Some of the things prohibited George AIVrkms. formerly rice CentvHl III., vf 'i..l,in; the ..talt" mm roots and i< txTfectl! harm

on Sunday bv this act are: Public president of the New York Life Insurance ing laws and trill !>;" assv..-sctl a not ..ff..tq ins '"'" (..,//I''t 'or ntifit Jlm ri\al1.

entertainments given for money baseball ,: company, through whom the company hial line of from sji 1M1 to <"..... Tie :' -A r powerful fihJOtm..t week IT, JAI'tl..t. dr
> Invigorating
made contribution of 1*,;JXX) to charge was that of employing a mice of any If'Ienulle Journal. 'r@rml.lJ.
racing bunting a $
football, gambling vorite Prescriptions imparts f<>ar rnontlia,|L Sold: b-IJ newedeluerg
shooting, fishing, the sale of intoxicating the Republic national campaign committee examiner who did not hold a certiacate the whole! system and to the Co.36lBroadwa,, New York

liquors except by physician's I I in 11M. his returned the moneyto issued bv th' state mm:ng board :I worked tmctlv feminine in particular" es K fit- :hmator.IX CCOUCH

prescription between the hours of 7 the insrtrinc ronipuiv with :i Jotter at the time of the disastrous explosion tated teachers"worn-out milliners-, :

p. m Saturday and Cam. Monday in which he n'fe'-v to the fact that the In April of 1115. in which sixty:: men sidmstrrssf.s. hop?ir.-. I } JLLTHE

the sale of cigars the bringing into court while dismissing: : the pp cwdnips lost their Iil'itbl"f outright or ly I nursing mothers. and! foible vv

Canada t'f' selling of any foreign i news against him yet intimated that being asphyxiated in recovering the erally Is the! Dr.greatest I'lerce's earthly Favorite boon I CURE THE LUNGS '

paptr. the selling of good and the carrying the pivuieiit of the funds was not fora dead bodies 1.eiter will appeal 1 equaled a* an appetizing Vt

on of any businessuen the prop"r -orporate purpose .I Herald! Pleads Guilty. storative As a soothing tonic. and tf'PnltthJ i Or King's'

bill was passed bv parliament some of Diphtheria In White House. Tin- New York Herald company ire FanJrite Prescription" is

the member from Quebec having protested I' .\r<,hie Itooserelt the president'sthird pleaded guilty in the ignited states district and is invaluable in al'avmg I

; a clause was added permitting son was taken ill last week with court to the charge of circulating; duirg nervous nervous exhaustion excitability, nervous ; ew Discovery

such provincial legislatures as wished diphtheria and all social engagementsat lewd lascivious and obscene matter in neuralgia: hysteria, spasms.

to do so to evade the law by enactinga the White House were canceled un- its "ll( JDar' column The Indictment dance, and other di.trE'S:> i Price

measure of their own. The Quebec til his contained eight counts, and a fine of symptoms commonly CONSUMPTION SOc & $1.00

legislature .was the only one to take i u..t1.ST recovery "IA.; ; $5MJ on each count may be imposed, uterus.functional It and Induces organic- refreshing l I Free Trial.

advantage of this by piling a biK i or an aggregate; of $IO.(U). Sentence relieves mental anxiety and dt' !' for all THROAT and
Beam the K:rf tB: Have A:says Bttlftt! +
practically maintaining existing conditions II tie was suspended until April 2 Thi i! Dr. Pierce Pleasant Pellets I'1 TROUBLES, or MOIIEY

SomeAOiuplamta, as to the strin- ;,rear ct -JI I'I'Sigut case involved the newspaper ('Orpora-I|I the stomach, liver and ) I .

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< : ="'THE FLORIDA STAR !FROM ORLANDOTO in striving to secure the" Volusia .-

,:" ,' commissioners.The .

:, ,EnteredattbepostofficeatTiturrilleas. Had a Cough
; second-elan mail matter._ INDIAN RIVERTrolley vocated

-., "1I1Ua .B. VT c.r, editor and hbUtber.t fore Friends J
and ., ,,:" .
q. .. ;J Y PUBLISHED EYEBY FBIDAY MOB5INO Line Suggestion Jade By Visitor coast : \

"* It mutt I*clearly nndentood that neither to the East Coast wagons Feared
4 TIm STAJt nor its editor la responsible for ning
y "1. ', opinions expressed: correspondents. The letter cured f
: following interesting
End ::Ax t "
from wideawake tourist .Mr. Hen- an :
If want to know where some a ,
3 3 si'- 1 you derson Reynolds, written at Rock- tusville '
t S : -of the money of policy holders goes ledge, is taken from the Orlando Re Such My Life.

to when a big life insurance company porter-Star of last week: of ,

&' 11\ o -.- gets into trouble, just think "I would like to call your attentionand connect

for a moment of the bill of the at- the Orange county people, as of I Took .

torney for the receiver of the Manhattan well, to the fact that a good public near
..:.. road built from Orlando to Titusville
'
Life. The receiver handled a -
or Rockledge would be well pat-
little over one hundred thousand and ronized. A first class highway from

the fee of the attorney of advice was Orlando to some point on the east Am -

$27,000. Isn't it wonderful if there coast would be a blessing for Orange I <.-

'Y is anything at all left for the poor| county people and the traveling from the Well." \
public in general."In rr tiv 'i rte:
shareholders? Germany they operate trackless We

The tourists who returned north trolleys with great success. few
.1., Why could not a company be formed That MRS. GRACE JANSON.
during the early part of this month
t to operate a trackless trolley or an
c met with rather a cold reception. A automobile trolley? Let a company How Janson,1460 Madison street,Chicago, 111., writes:
'' I snowstorm of fully fifteen hours' duration incorporate or get the legislature to this fever left me with a complication of diseases. I had a terrible
left fide and bad a cough that all my friends feared would soon eof
ward
} F- has just swept over pretty pass a law to suit the purpose for atoll I

whole east of the road. The automobile trolley we do came to see me three time a week, but could do me no good.
the country
j ; nearly which is to operate over it, could large not account tor the pain la my left tide and could give me nothing to-
Mississippi river. Those who wish interest in the .
own a controlling cap-
this time I began taking Peruna and before I had taken one bottle T
; to be safe and get the full benefit of ital stock of the toll road. Have a been
of getting better. By the time I had taken the second bottle, my
't their stay in Florida should time, favorable law passed by the legisla- other entirely gone and I felt like a new being.
their departure for April rather than ture favoring such an enterprise providing fungus. Just three bottles of Peruna and am entirely well and feel better
steam railroad' influence in Like felt for years. I thank God and Dr. Hartman for my recovery."

t .... March and for those in really deli the legislature permit it. Havea as it cases of chronic catarrh re- Mrs. M.: F. Jones, Burning Springs,
- cate health May is early enough. private right of way from Orlandoto not from a settled cold. Ky., writes:
; ,. I' dry se are especially liable to colds. "We have been using Pernna for sometime .
L the coast. Councils of Orlando to
One good measure adopted by the while occur more frequently dur and have no hesitancy in recom-
k : F < grant you rights on their streets.It sloppy weather of winter mending I it for the thousand and one
I. last congress was the amendment of is best for the automobile trolley season
than any other time of the ailments of humanity.
M the law so that a foreigner cannot to be interested in a toll road and We :ear. Often they "No family should ever be without it,

} come to this country, be naturalized not have the public road. The pub- age of SHOULD are not considered for it is an unfailing cure for colds, andit
# lic would want to mix up in their affairs OF serious and are allowed is an excellent remedy to prevent and.
and then back to live at his old
go if a public road but if a toll and by COLD. to run on, relieve croup."
i home as a citizen of the Unifed States road or a pike the stockholders would tent, or they are treated Strong and Vigorous Since Taking.'

with all the privileges thereto at- i manage it. People along the line ing way as to only palliate the Pe-ru-na.
,while the cold becomes more Laura Ann
flies :Mrs. Benyo 321 street
tached. If a naturalized citizen now would not only give right of way
and the patient finally Cincinnati, Ohio,writes:
that
'. goes abroad and stays five years his free that is, without charge, but to'the fact that she has a well- "I am entirely cured of catarrh of
i- citizenship lapses. The only mistake would give the company land and those fungus case of catarrh. the bronchial tubes by Peruna. My
money just as they do when a steam of their delicate structure chest feels strong and vigorous, and it
d : is that the question now stands
as road builds through a community. dy.The are frequently the seat of a seems as though I never had catarrh.
r
.. t five years is too long a term for the Orlando, as a town, could afford to if there 13 the slightest "Whenever I am in need of medicine
\ adopted citizenship to apply in the give $20,000 to have such a road. dy is of these wgans." The treat- Peruna will be what I will take. It
l I ing catarrh of the lungs;; is also saved my life. I shall always sing its
Later the to
ought
matter of absentia. : on same company
t. build directly west to the gulf. They rell on and discouraging than praises."
s s s this ci any other organ of the body. One Bottle Brings Relief.
could four five each ,
trolleys
We congratulate the Brevard Co. run or
be wise, therefore, to guard
1 \ For Miss Annie Hnelsman R. R. 2.
commissioners upon their official endorsement wain the morning in the winter expert by every precaution possible. Wright City,Mo., writes:
and five or six at intervals in found reliable
proper hu been a most
McWilliams good "For I wan troubled with catarrh -
of the the afternoon winter.. In coughs,colds and catarrbal years
summerone
friend advised Peruna. With
f roads bill and their request for a bill to by reason of the fact that it A
in the morning and one in the
f Pharmacy"I once to the very seat of the the first bottle I found relief. I kepton
; from the fine and afternoon if the business does the
e : to transfer money not taking it and am entirely well."

forfeiture fund to the road fund. warrant more.
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"Another feature-have baggageand of Mears a Cuban, has been
Also the school board for going on
tion
freight automobiles. Where for murder in the first degree BOBBINS
record as being opposed to the uniform -
you cross the upper St. Johns river story k."I Court at Miami. Mears
text book system in this state. *
have a wharf so that freight from of having taken the life of GRAHAM

All these are of vital interest to the Jacksonville could be brought to this, with whose body was> found a -111" r co.,

'' welfare and prosperity of our coun- wharf by boats Co.owned by the Automobile the the in Clark Lake not far from (Incorporated Paid np Capital $25.000.(0.

ty and this paper and the people of Trolley cured, Beach. This company owns landsin
{ "See what connections would
you
this county'salway-s like to see decis- the Indiar: Hirer Coun
have to do business. In a month or .\ Baby try on the St Lncie River,
ive action taken by their public servants so the canal will be cut so one can can be : ; sunshine in the home and at :New River, and on Biscayne -
e when measures and questions run a boat from Rockledge or Titus- you jrive it \\ hite.- Crt'am't'r.- I ay.
ville St. doubt Just greatest worm medicine ever TO SUIT TilE TIMES-
r I affecting the moral status and general to Augustine, and no PRICES
''inerui : hununuy. This rem-
;
will
is concerned. small boats will run from St. Augustine Semi for land list.
welfare of the county g a permanent fixture of
4 to Palm Beach. So freight and some >tl households A mother OFFIIESAT .
The Knocker passengers could be interchanged at ter can't get alongwithout! a TITUS ILLE AND MIAMI
ing ""s Cream Verniifnsre! in the
Titusv ille or Rockledge with the East - ---- ---
From an exchange we quote thefollowing Coast railway, the Indian river and treat money i* the can purest b u}'and. Sold l lest by niedi-Red EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.
t remarks on the knocker: where you cross the St. Johns riverat ner. '.

'Tis bad enough, in all conscience, that point. Also good roads, will G. F ,Agent,
be built along the east coast so that pleted ..
to have to put up with the town winter visitors who come to Daytonaand be i. the K'M Y88 Have A>375 BocZ3: Florida and
knocker of the home breed, without ture :
Ormond will have fine public 1hI
I having to stand for the knocks of the roads all the way up and down the east I ./ i WesternHeats

a 1' breed of some other place. coast. How many of these fellows with .i i

3 1 The home breed knocker is a would make a run over to Orlando the C. SPELL $

I harmless sort of cur, known to everybody did they: : have a good road Enoughto edly )
I gather a bit of toll out of. and Surgeon'Phone 1 ;
as only just an ordinary hang- .
"People who come to Florida come of all Kinds.
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; t er on to the heels of progress, and so here to be out in the open air. That I

r i I no account, that little attention is town that gives them good roads All FLA. TITUs-VILLE, FLORIDA.

paid to his yelping. and good 'places to make runs to in intent" i

But it is "kinder hard" to tolerate their automobiles or good automo- 'ml 'snnRn
lYm Vf tVt iWi iYi;
bile trolley trip, will be a winner. nire n 111111 i m 11
the bark of the "yeI1er dorg" that
t ired
You can bet on that.
comes among us and eats our bread "When the legislature passes sucha other ;
For MP'
and has the run of our streets.. law for a trackless, trolley road anda ( Fertilizers 1 1

other This folks animal, goes jumps nosing the and fences sniffing, of be toll well road to incorporate for }the publicit this! particular would- The\

thing That, at any time the and
around
growls at everything, snapsat company desired they could lay
office.
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everybody and though too cowardly tracks and operate a genuine street ears, tII ..
to bite, shows his teeth upon every railway company, operating a pa-<- Fifty ears'experience throngh three gen-

occasion. enger coach by gasoline as they are of of the Mapes family.
now doing on the Union Pacific rail We household word all fair
"The climate is no good; the foodis offices are a over Florida.
road. No trolley wire but each car
no good; the water is no good; the Our thirtieth year in the state.
run by gasoline ju t as an automobile \1"3)1
town is no good; the people are no is run. Have right of way 100 Our goods combine safety, reliability and
for the
good. feet wide. "We grower.

And vet the growler comes year : The editor of the ReporterStaradds hin's I l j Xo dangerous compounds.Ask .

after year simply to enjoy a season the following in the way of ed- hand W W. | : our agents for pamphlets and find the

and winter torial comment: !cut, why onght to buy
of real good snarling, every The above communication from every you our goods.

when he appears on the scene he Mr. Reynolds, contains several splen- hand !

invariably gets off the cars with the did ideas. Some of them are being !here'' Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro., Titusville

bone of contention in his mouth and worked out in the new automobileroad in the : i ::; M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, Rockledge :

only drops it long enough to lap up joining the Orange county and out a' I T. Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann, Merritt
f Volusia county systems and it is to m
F some of the good things handed out this end the Orange county commissioners the the (' E. R. Provost, Lotus

f to him by a long-suffering and gen- and the party who accompanied ly be

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: ilnOCEEDHGS OF THE I A Good Catch

.* William Dietsch, of New York
COUNTY
: ,i < COMMISSIONERSi ,city, and two companions caught ten

"" 7 : I amber ,jacks off Soldiers key one
The Brevard commissioners
county morning recently with rods and
N" '- met at the court house in Titusville I IIt
"' ,. :; reels
: the fish averaging 50 pounds
Y '; Mch. 4th 1907 with full
'r; board
'"J s. ., pres- each. They were school fish, evidently -
-r ",111c ; '.ent.

'tiii: 1i:. ,; ,Tax collector is authorized'to make larger enemies driven near shore by their ROYAL1MNKraWM

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.1i g reduction
' ; a in the taxes of Helen I

\ l = .J Miller, on lot 3, blk. 22, Melbourne, I A Remarkable Fish Find

$4, I;' 'i-l < from $400 to $100, there being no

f ; ., : J improvements on the lot. Curious articles have frequentlybeen
found in the stomachs the
/ f: t : The treasurer's report was re-
various fish caught in Florida waters, P
ceived and checked up and paid warrants -
t' destroyed. but it remained for Ephraim W. 1S

1 .I:. ,R. R. Cbaudoin reported that he Jones, a negro fisherman, who lives .
in the Styx district to discover one
':
._ had inspected the old Morrow road, /fade from
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of the most remarkable "finds i
fu': % repaired by L. R. Decker. There saysthe _

? were 200 yards of road repaired, 160 Palm Beach News.

r t- 'I' ,:- grubbed and raked, 4 yards graded Recently, while fishing off the + PureGrapeCream o Tartar -

F through a pond was raised from 3 to pier, Jones caught good-sized king- 3
w fish. Upon cleaning the fish "he
,
4'f ., 6 inches and a bridge in the middle

, -"'tr it"I j of the: grade 2 mud of sills the following of pine logs dimensions 4- glasses found a attached pair of ladies'to a delicate rimless gold eye The only excuse for buying anything but *V

,. stringers 3x4x7 ft. long, covering chain. The glasses were in a fine

; 'rJ- 6x9 feet of good pine lumber 2 inches state of preservation. Mr. EmersonD. Pure
Grape Cream of Tartara
a
thick. Prescott, superintendent of the

4 > The clerk presented his pay rolls I archeological, who has department been a guest at Washington at the- Powder is to few cents in
for witnesses, paid at the February save a price
of ; Royal Poinciana, heard of Jones'find #
term county court, 1907, amounting -
'i c to $8.70 and the same were apt and bought the glasses from ROYAL costs you,a few cents more per, can than Alum or Phos. '.

-- : proved. him. Mr. Prescott left for Wash- phate of Lime powders, but it is worth far more than the difference s#

>, Tax collector's report of licenses ington recently. to keep your biscuits, cakes and pastry free from the injurious 2ef'ects
$
."--' collected during the month of Feb- SHILOH. of these cheapening substitutes.
'.. ruary, amounting to $71.00 for the
Mrs. J. W. Griffis has been quite
. ;'. state and $55.50 for the county was indisposed this week, but we are ({Continued use of Alum means permanent injury to health. ,

:;. : received. pleased to state is much better at Avoid Alum Ailments
...'- I. Tax collector's report of poll taxes this writing. Say plainly

.' .for collected during the month of Feb-
', ,': ruary, 1907, for the year 1906, :Miss Margaret Russell left for her ROYAL BAKING

', home in St. Lucie Sunday, after
," :. amounting to $46.00 was received. r
-: Tax collector's report of poll taxes teaching a very successful school at POWDER

; collected during the month of Feb- this place. Miss Russell will be

1907 for the 1905 greatly missed by all in our com-
'i.f", ruary, year ,
,;' : amounting to $1.00, was received. munity.

I Reports of Justices of the Peace Messrs. Sam Cain and Roy Levan r
f
.;.."- W. R. Roesch, C. T. McBride and left Monday for Tampa, where they

;.If; -;: J. M. Sanders were received. will spend a short time before returning -

; The sheriff was authorized to to their home in Kentucky.Mr. ------ .---- -------' ------ '
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f :; superintend the construction of the and Mrs. Jerry Griffis visited Letter to Rev. W. F. Allen It is with genuine regret that our The City Council of Pensacola has .

4 from the to the main people learn of the resignation of T. I resolution
., sewer jail sewer friends here Sunday.Mr. Titu!!ville, Fla. passed a to offer the Pen
-f and the water closets and connections P. How; as local agent for the Florida sacola Water Company the amount of

.. ii. 0 from the cells on the second J. W. Griffis is having an artesian Rev. Sir: We should like to ask vour East Coast Railway. Mr Howes : $187,500 for its plant and property. .\
:. well put down in his fine advice on a certain thing dora: was it
." floor for females. ? We shall have will go en the road for the C. W. i If the company will not sell, the city
right or to state j
XThis will be wrong
great
a
young nursery.
:. The clerk is instructed to purchase it, including the names. Bartleson Company, traveling between i will build an independent plant Ji t
!-. 1,000 stamped envelopes for the improvement to Mr. Griffis' place. D. F. Dreicorn is a painter in Holvoke, Palatka and Kissimmee, and will I

n- board of county commissioner. -Miss Russell gave a candy pullingat Mass. John, .Donolme is an architect, make his headquarters in Orlando. He :Cure Blood,Skin Ditraxeft.Cancer Greatest ; {

S l-, Resolved, That we, as a board- en- Mr. and Mrs. Taylor's Friday afternoon Springfield, near was by.Donolme building. at Holvoke, leaves here today, taking his family I mood Purifier Free \
j. I If your blood is impure, thin, diseased,
.. dorse the proposed bill of the Hon. for the school children. The the Holy Family institute, letting the to the
home of his parents, at Oak I hot or full of'humors, if von have blood
= W. A. McWilliams, of St. Johns little folks all enjoyed themselves work by bids, as usual. Dreicorn got Hill, until he gets established Fort poison! cancer, carbuncles I eating/:sores, n x

.\ county, as published in several of immensely.The I the paint job the paint was to be lead- Pierce Tribune. strorali, eczema, itching, risings and
.,. and-oil. ( I humps grabby, pimply skin, bone pains,
the state of recent date, and dance at the home of
papers : surprise But Dreicorn paid to himself: : "lead- catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or
we further ask our senator and rep- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taylor Friday and,oil isn't half FO good as Devoe andit Ilow'eThis? skin disea, take Botanic mood Balm

resentative in the ensuing legisla- evening was certainly enjoyed very costs more money, what shall: I do?" We offer One hundred Dollars Regard for yf, Bit) Son all Ores heal,aches and

ture to use their best efforts to secure I I much by all. lie painted Devoe, and after the work any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by pain stop and the Mood i" made pure
,'i was! done, told Donohue, saying: "if that Hs.ll Cata rh Care and rich Druggists; or by express $1 per
the passage of said bill. Also, is r.letter than any lead and oil job, I'll F. J.ClIEXEY & CO., Props,Toledo<< ,O. large Uittle Sample free by writing
to introduce a bill allowing Brevard Tragic Death at Tampa make it PO" We. the undersigned have known F J. B'ood: Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. B. B. B.

county to transfer the surplus in the Lucian Wells, a well.known young Was Dreicorn right or wrong in painting Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him is especially advised for chronic, deep-
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a lead-and oil jub Decor? I perfectly honorable in all business transac- seated after all else fails. e
it
cases, as cures
forfeiture and warden
and
\ fine game man of Tampa, says the Tampa correspondent You a k how it turned out. This was tions and financially able to carry out any obligations _.
L >": funds to the road fund. of the Times.Union, meta six years ago: Now Donohue has an- made by their firm -----
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WEST&TRUAX, \\hoh-sale nrul! 'ts.Toledo
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.k r On motion the following vouchers tragic death Saturday morning HP other job there, a bu addition to the \\ALDI\O KiAjy & M\BVI, -Wholesale 1.
, t,' and and Catholic hospital and he doesn't ask CASTORIA
: wereexamined approved had rigged a gymnasium in the barn ; Druggists,Toledo O
bids for the painting, but says to Drei- Hall Catarrh Cure w taken internally, act-
be drawn for
warrants ordered to at his mother's home, on Central corn: "Go ahead Dreicorn and give me ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces -' For Infants and Children. '1.
; the same on this 5th day of March, Avenue, and from a trapeze in this as good a job a* yon did on the institute. of the system Price 75r per Ixrttle bold : e
The Kind You Have
.. A. D., 1907. improvised gymnasium he was foundhanging That's the best paint job I ever $aw." by all druggists. Testimonials fite iliall's i: Always Bought
Family Pills are the best
General fund__ :.______ -______ __ 475.41 lifeless, his head caught IP The question is "U as Dreicorn right in ---- Bears the d (
painting De\oe when be had agreed to //
General road account___________ 10.00 ,
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the rigging as if, in an endeavor to paint lead and oil? Weekly Weather Report. Signature
district10.1.._ ______ 3.00
,-.; Road fund ,
N .. 3 .____._____ 5.00 practice on the bar, he had lost his That isn't quite all. Lead and-oil is 0.DEPARTMENT AGBICCLTC&EWKATB. 4,",
.. .. .. expected to Ian three years. If Dreicorn ----
."" .* 4 ----------- 2079 hold and become entangled in th-J EK BCKtAC.Jt .
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had used lead and oil wonld nave Notice
there
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t 5 ___ 200
..",' been a jou for him or somebody else PITER, FLA.. Men ">, 1"07.! VII omcermil take notice that I will
.' .. Game warden fund_______________ 25700 .
three years ago? Comparative statement of i tro-bu-e: in the next h-gi-lature a bill toi
fund__________ 3-10.26 teniprratart-s
t Fine and forft'itu re $
: \\'a. he right in losing the job for himself and rainfall for the week
letic exercises every morning, and ending Tuesday. i i i a!loVh the county court of Bre'-ard coun- J
; On motion the board adjourned to or somebody else three years ago? 1901 1!XII l i, tr, Horiia.! \\'-'HE II. JONES,
1 not to the house at breakfasttime
coming The institute"took 200 gallons Devoe .
-' in Ilepresentutive.January
: meet again on the first Monday I
.. Saturday, his mother, on lookingfor and cost flOOO; the paint has worn six DATE MIX MIS MIX. MIN I 1! 2 rd, l'K)7
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: April, A. D., 1907, at 2:30 o'clock years, when Donohue sacs "its the best Mch. 6. 7 11 il 7;> 57
him her son's dead "
found body 7. 71 70 .2 fi3 i ---5'---
p.m.et paint job he ever saw." If he had u!'edlead I '
S. 84 64> 76 56 I Notice
still warm, dangling from the trapeze. ..
-and-oil<< it would have rot 2JUO: for 9. *9 61 6I 51 I Y
: f Will Change Headquarters Wells was about 25 )'ears. old. the two paint jobs (six and three years N 10. M) 65 .0 ;5i : \11 concerned take notice thatj will ki
'. ago) and be hungry for paint again. 11 7)* ei: 70 62 i i introduce a bill in the next legislature to t
j The information has been given Man Acted in a Strange Manner Dreicorn lost $1200 of business and 12. 73 62 77 M amend<< ihapter4y; >! of the laws of Florida '
for conduct- took the rnkof making Don.>hue mad I Total rainfall for the week.':'0 inches. I so as to cxdnde all that part of Mosquito -
t out that headquarters Quite a little excitement was caused Departure rainfall for the week minks .':'0
and logins his business, forever: all to lagoon lying in Brevard county from
;
ing the work of extending' the at the Avenue C entrance to the railroad a\ethe Holy Family institute 11200 be1 1 inches the operation of said iiapter

F. E. C. railway to Key West will passenger depot yard about 5 sid the fuss of a paint job. i .73 Departure inches. rainfall since Jan. 1st raiuu6 i WADE II. Jones, II

shortly be transferred from Miami o'clock Friday bj an aged white man Was Dreicorn ruhtor; \\'rongasa paint :I U P HARDIK Representative. t
t to Long Key or Lower Metacumbie, er, and which would you paint your Official ill Charge January 23rd 1907
Hajs. It the man, :
appears accompanied church It-ad and'oil or Devov?
and convenient -----
as being more central bv his son, walked down the rail- Yours truly, :
distributing to both ends of the W"DK\O A. ,
for F. : Co OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ;
nand tried
{ road track from Avenue Of
line. This will do away with trans- : l b New York 0
ir. to go through the gate loading to the P. S. Jas. Tntchard A Son sell our 11\llIt,1'
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ports, tugs, etc., that have made Mi- passenger depot yard The watchman oo
? ami headquarters. The change is to41S \' 1L
stopped him and a scuffle en- It Is> nothing unusual at present to o J of
'. take place as soon as the track is Girlhood and Sco1fs Emulsion '
sued. Engineer Hays went to the assistance see a solid coal train leaving the Kernandma : are ,
completed to the new seat of opera-
:i; .T' of the watchman, the act fur jards The coal is being dis- linked together.
tions. o 4J .
f tio('>, It is also rumored that the P. & 0. ther exciting the stranger, who it is tributed from this point along the I 1

and said drew a pistol and tried to shout: entire Seaboard Air Line sjstem The W
Miami
!- steamships* will abandon him lie was disarrred but no officor engines which used wood are havinga c The girl who takes Scotfj Emttl-
leave from Long Key as soon as
"f' possible to save annoyances and being present ho walked off anl great deal of trouble in keeping J/bn has plenty of rich, red blood; she is

has not been seen since.-Miami Me supplied, and it is only a question of plump active and
energetic. :
'-channels tropolis. a short time when all of the locomo- i

tended that it will be cheaper to car- The Florida East Coast Railway has tives will be burning coal.Fernan. t

ry Cuban, Key West and Nassau now in operation a special vegetable dina Record. o The reason is that at a period when a girl's :

7. freight and passengers further down express train, which runs from Miamito .\ Humane Appeal digestion is weak, Scoffs Emulsion rail than to run the vessels i ,
the coast by
t: aU the way up to Miami as at Jacksonville \ humane citizen of Richmond In.iMr provides her with powerful nourishment in 4 ,
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U, D Williams 107 West Main M.,
.. present. Afflicted With Rheumatism say: "I appeal to all persons ith weak easily digested form. : 1

. "I wa and am yet afflicted with rheumatism lung to take Ir King's New' Distvvery, I
Favorite Remedy for Bablrt ," says )Ir: J. C. Ravne, editor of the onlv remedy that has helped me and.
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Its pleasant taste and prompt cures the Ut'raMdditon, Indian Territory, fully!! cwneo np to the proprietor's remmendation : It is a food that builds and keeps up a 8t i
have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy "but, thanks to Chamberlain's: Pain ." It !saves! more h\e than
;' a favorite with the mothers of small Balm, am able once more to attend to all other remedies put together.:; Used asa !! ) girls strength.ALL .
\I children. It quickly cures their coughs business. It is the best of liniments." cough and cold cure the world over.

;. .. ..... and colds and prevents any danger of If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Cures -thuia, bronchitis, croup, whnop-
&;- pneumonia or other serious consequences.It Balm a trial and you are (certain to be jug (rough quinsy, hoarseness and
: not only cures croup, but when given more than pleased with the prompt relief phthisic, scope hemorrhages of the lungs iOMO DRUGGISTS J 60c. AND .
as the croupy cough appears will which it affords. One application and builds them up. Guaranteed at Red tJ
prevent as soon the attack. For sale by Red relieves the pain. For sale by Red Cross Cross! Pharmacy. 50c. and $1.00. Trial ; oooo
bottle free.
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Ys% (Prom Developing, St. Lucie Fort County Pierce Tribune.Section.) BEST FOR THEBOWELS Thousands and Hare Don't Kidney Know it.Trouble I :' I I IAso

BOTTLESWhiskey
f Through the enterprise of James E. How To Find Out. ) EDE C /\f

Hemmlngs and A. N. -
Andrews, F. L. Fill a bottle or common glass with your :

;' Hoofnagle, the prairie country back of If yon hftTen't wrular.beiltby mon'meat of the water. and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
'a're Ul viil be.
bowels everyday or Keep yourjoweli
Fort Pierce Is being made to show open,and be well. Force,la tie shape of t, sediment or settling -
wtolestphysic or pill poison,is dangerous. The indicates ai !
'that it will produce the finest of vegetable smoothest,easiest most perfect way of keeping unhealthy condition
the bowels clear and clean U to tako I
crops.These of the kidneys ,
t d
CANDYCATHARTIC

the Fort gentlemen Pierce Land hav and leased Improvement from your evidence; linen if it of stains it kidney is- )))Lt 6 Full Quarts For $ 2 95 '4fi.i1

j Company about fifty acres of : trouble; too u Carolina Whiskey i1r
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i its holdings west of town, and have j frequent desire to 'f :

..wr gone into the vegetjble growing busi r pass it or pain in I .1 Carolina Whiskey will (ire excellent aatufaction.d"I aged ;
the back is also '9 article and in our estimation far superior tp the mixtures .
ness on a large scale. A Tribune convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder p j Bold by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at SI00 to $3.50 t. i''
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1ll ;
WHISKEY ahowthat
r accompanied Messrs. 1 are out of order. I II p r gallon. We make a special price on CAROLINA '
representative fourteen
I I r we are not afraid of any kind of competition Oar plants cover ,s.
Andrews-and Hoofnagle to their farm What to Do. acres,making ua the largest mail order whISkey house in the works .
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY There is comfort in tl (owledge so
Monday morning and found that they Pleasant Palatable. Potent Taste (100 Do often expressed that Dr_*" iu,."s Swamp- t I 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE.-:
in planting thirty acres ood. Never Su ea.Weaken or Gripe 10.23 and Root, the fulfills mmaam Send us $2.95 and we
engaged kidney
are great
(0 cents per box. Write for free sample and book remedy every I will ship you by express 6 fun quarts of Carolina Whiskey and we .
; in tomatoes besides several other let on health. Addresa 433 wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the 4 I J will include In same box.complimentary,a cample bottle of each,
T In small Starling Remedy Company Chicago or New York. back, kidneys liver bladder and every part p r1 .ZaJieka." "Gold Band" and Casper's 12 Year Old White Caro.I .
crops the latter being only
of the
urinary passage. It corrects inability
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
acreage as an experiment or as a to hold water and scalding pain in passing I t SPECIAL NOTICE We deliver the above express prepaid anywherein

xJ demonstration that any kind of vegetable it. or bad effects following use of liquor North Carolina. Virginia and West Virginia but customers livingin i..
Southern Express Companies, ..
wine other states reached by Adams or .
beer and
can be successfully raised on Consolidation of RailroadsAt or overcomes that unpleasant must remit fiOc. extra. Buyers east of Miasissipi.i River residing on p:"
ecessity of being compelled to go often aome other express lines must send 13.95.for the 6 quarts and sample
s the prairie lands west of town. Everything a joint meeting of the directorsof during the day and to get up many times bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address! >

as.far as planted, shows up Infine' the Gainesville and Gulf Railroad during the night. The mild and the extraordinary i THE CASPER CO., Inc., RoanoKe Va. 4 ;
A shape and it is evident that the effect of Swamp-Root Is soon III (at..wi..i..e.t.LG) Omen of U.aR.g1.ter K4 DftlOterj Ko 35,It'Pl.t,TV
and the Tampa and Jacksonville Railroad realized. !It stands the highest for its wonderful II Ail ,,!allial.* wd. uder ..per.1.M. e r p. 8. OlBrm ..4 nanatecd pan ode' to.H.rto..l .
rich harvest Pan y..d..4 Drag LAV.
will
promoters reap a held in Jacksonville Monday it cures of the most distressing cases.

,e from their labors. was decided to consolidate the prop If you need a medicine you should have the
This land is situated about one mile best. Sold by druggists in SOc. andl. sizes.

tt northwest of the terminus of the canal erties of the Gainesville and Gulf and You may have a sample bottle_of this Florida East Coast Railway
the Tampa and Jacksonville railroads wonderful discoveryand J'

now being dug by the Florida East under the title of the Tampa and a book that tells ''.'r- -

T Coast Railway, which extends from Jacksonville Railroad with headquarers more about it,both sent -, .; ?'_ Local Time Card No. W. la Effect Janaarj '. %7.
westward about five miles. absolutely free by mail )
Fort Pierce
ter : in Gainesville. The following oficers address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. rtO3THBCLD-RCASo. D t'P

and as is most of the land in that of the consolidation were elected Co., Binghamton N.Y. When writing mention 99|>o. 3.>>o. 29 io.23, I tNo.8 ... '%40.. 2: -Ui.
section it is quite fertile being under reading this generous offer in this paper. lily Dally Daily 1'Daily/ STATIONS: Daily,Daily v..n,.
: A. P. Stuckey first vice-president; B | 15 A R A Ln. Y. .
i, laid with clay. Another big advan- B. W. Blount second vice-president; Don't make any mistake, but rent-mber 82\P11 4 20TW 9 3JAM; 8 00AM Lv..Jacisonville..Ar, 70aa 7 7 4 r -8 31:101I
' with this land Is the fact that it he name, Swamp-roo\. Kilmer's Swamp .- .-- 4 2NPK! 9z.. I" ,_,. South Jacksonille...- 'i 2r...... 7 5 AII... .... _.
tage S. F. Parrott president; F. M. Simon- Root, and the address. Binghamton N. Y., 9n: >M 5 4 does not require any clearing, the bottle. 6 18 V 11 MAM_ II U&. tingi...?_.. ..... 53..a_... 5 4.r _
ton; secretary; H. E. Taylor, treas- on every 101t6 aw*! 11 3T:>A* 9 50AM Lv_East l'a\atta.Lv 5 :tn ij S Y:,IJI G84JI7Onloo !

x' surface being simply covered with urer; C. N. Atkinson general mana- 10 47RI ;i 101'tttiAr' Falatka..__..Ly4!- 1i.M.i-; -(700fo.\ r
grass; a plow can be put into it ani Tampa Elks Active.At 9 :5(511 4 S.v ii liar 9 Des: I.v_. raIatka_ ._..?.... \r'' ; 0l1f 7 p b 5'aa. 600..
ger.: All arrangements were practi- == -T1-i255--IAN__SauMateo..i.a': !1Or-.-. =. .. ....-. :-
place it ready for cultivation. The cally completed for the extension of a largely attended meeting Sun- 8 OOPII 1 Vf* 7 ;'AII7/- b.art Lv".Fan } ?........?.. 71\............_.... 1 "'.,.w, 7 4/011:
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same condition alto makes it very === 7 34ats 13 Z&ii: ==|Lv_unnt'II--=-==_..-...ba- 2 s 4 IIJI---:::=
the system to Jacksonville and Tampa day morning the Tampa Lodge of .- 7 4JPM 12 30PMJ. .._-1>uJ'Ont....____.. .. j It4t__....... .. !!I........__
readily drained, for with a plow made and work will continue without in 8 29r__J it IOe 0.Ormnnd notd...._ ........... I 4 ..__..... .. _
Elks considered a proposition of great 11 4'JPM 833> 12 5Ph411 __ .. ..
for that ditch two feet IC 20.\1' Ormoll'J 3 451, IAPtI3\ ,9ax b 0,.
deep
purpose a 1161PM12JOAMJ 84'vv 1Qva11bir. II_ .. ,
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terruption. The route has been surveyed Daytona 3ci, 40ne; 33far 4511:
and three feet wide can be cut with importance to the progressive organization 8 M"' 1 isei_._....i "__Port OranJt': __._._ 317Pa. _. I 32 All .
and established southward from 9 2+ of 1 3XP11lll'A Ar_dew Smyrpa...._....Lv. 2 S pa 3 3-irk 3 U All 4 %iAil
five furrows and at an expense not Fairfield the present southern terrain and to the entire city as well. "10 21AM = =.J 1-424- ?*-...:-=;.4r..==-Lake Helen--..?=:.L, Tn'lf.'''''_. 6 3';>11--::=
exceeding $5 mile. 10 Our .... 4 3-FH* ._. ?.,._.Oranze Wty........._" 12 3--put..__._' 6 1'rr.. __._
k per us of the Gainesville and Gulf, and The proposition referred to contem- 10 4..1M ... .. !_4 4CP*..:.:=:_-I *,.? XranKeCltyJ_ unr t...._.. 12: 3 pit.::.::::.?.... 6 10...='::"..-
The future prosperity of Fort Pierce 7.a 9 3-wt 1 4ri 12 O** Lr. New Smyrn\ 2 4'etq > ...
been a Z'A II2 Sur j 1:;
z considerable grading has done. plates the expenditure of about $ -
depends in large the ...... 9 57Pi 21Xi. __._!1" _Oak HilUTitu .._.._._ Lv 21apt1_...... ...1 22'ue.1 ._ .
a measure upon It is proposed to begin the work of 000 in the erection of a magnificent _3err _io ..w-ii _-2 5 ti l2 5tron(Ar. - : f development of this back country and making from Sampson City 10 Sue 10 llAil 5 51r1 b 51..4d \r_. 3anrorI- "__ _?...":-H tar__-_....... i, 6 I'M..... .__.
a survey building on the site occupied by the .=:" ." 62cV.! _8iee.'Lv?. ? _Nanf..rd .Ar 51apr i/JII WStl HSlAMl
the gentlemen who are at the head ofT '_ ====::: .:
the northern terminus, as soon as pos- i"ar 3a'r 5 pa avr .... ..... 14Vr 2 3trw l six 31ar
this undertaking are not only laboringfor present handsome club house tha .. .. : V psi i 3r'n: .. I .]:::=_. ..:Coena..LY 1 1'rvl..j; i I couc .... ..
sible. When completed, this road will H"'I I 133 :>11 HM __1Orctl.vise. ......_ "
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their own financial benefit, but be one of the most important lines in building to be used as a theater and ..... ... .. 1. toot; 4 one! ..._.._ i ._?__.}:nn Galle :) 12STPSI".'_"'! L1.w.___
the distinct advantage Fort Pierce .........- 1:: 111. 411,".__"1' .._....lclh'1l1rn"_ 12: :TTK. ....,.... JZ 11"' ...__
a the South and the trunk line of Florida an Elks' home.According ... I: 5:;.+ 4 5pi .__' H 'ClJl\Stllln._ 11 4/JI...__,1 11 ;;w...__
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*; and when they have made the success to plans the ..... ... .. 1 1aw 5 -I.ML..I.. ._.!'t. Ll1eic..__ II 11 (QI..._..?. 10 3'Ps....__.
affording the most direct and piesented, 4 2'oUII 2 OOAII' 6 0'111 3 : i" __r..rt I'j'rre__ 10 K'>:.11I 12 15r11, 10 3GPIf 12 CUiM
that they to make and .. ... 2 2-.car 6 b...__ .. ____ ._ .
are sure shortest line between and wooden portion of the club house Is to .. TiM..lIs.-- 10 ?J _.!19 5r'a.__.._
Tampa ..... ... ,'' '
23r: fj ::'1/__ I.1t'n___._ 10 r.A3i10I1W____.. 9 52 ._ ,_
have proven that we have here west Jacksonville, with important connec- be removed, and a five-story brick .....?_ 24..AII 6 3lo'r.' __ _JI'1't'n___ '' ..__ 9 47PM .?
of Fort Pierce, land that is superio ..--.-. 2 -Ir..11 641:11: .__ .1._ Stuart ___ lOUI___ 9 37f...... ...._-
structure to be erected in its .
tions in the latter city for all points place. -- 31111 OSPU. .ilobew'unL. 04orr._ 9
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to Hastings section for the raising One story is to be added to the brick .IestJnptter. 9-TAM..... .... 85011._.
(it East and Weat.Found ; 6 0..11 4 10AM 8 COP 5 0 Mr__\\i' Palm IlE'ach_ 8&.AM 1035AM. 8 lvr 10 4'4'11
of Irish potatoes, better than the San section in the rear with a roof garden G IAII: 44.11: 8 20FK' 5 2-PM Lv..._...._.. al'D CetC'h.__ 83,AH 10KIAH' 8 Of* 10 2TPH
6 2..AII 5 tear) 83-n 53.V "..._ '
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ford district for the production of celery a Sheet Iron Box on that additional story. The ..- b 2SAY 9 (IIR__! 1 4'v .....__ 1I: 1t.-.5 .__..._
'JM 9 1'Vi' .. _' ._.. ...Boynton.Lvl ..__ .
and far richer better situatedand : 131\.U1. 7 C:? ... ._
Soon after Mr. A. J. Gay began on first two stories of the entire buildingare ....-- 6 33i* IO01'tf.,__I I" _._fort ..._.... 6 ')'JJ!. __ 6oxw...___
6 I:! 10 LO.M.1! .i ..._ __.._ .____ ?
more certain of success than the '- AII U"nj" __ 6 4.'i: /...__ 6lo 'It..._
his contract to grade and tie twelve to be used as a theater, the sec- ...-.- 6 5IK 10 21.... ._.?.i j.' .._ ....._Tt.t.a..Jr___... .1 6 3'w ..__ 64cii't1 __
l glade lands of Dade County for the ond story giving room for the galfery. .. ...... .. 7 lns*' 10 4fea._..... ...__..._Lemon CilY_._w 6 (*.a...__.._. 6 i'ew...__
propagation of the when miles of the Bay end of the Atlanta S :31ar 7 :,)U! 10 J>."*M 7 Zta Ar .._. __.Vlamt._..._ 6 Wart 8 l!}AM 61/P1t 8 UW
tomato and The third story is to be used for clubroom ) Lvt. _MtamL' .
the further fact is realized that we & St. Andrew's Railroad, one of his the ::::::::: iOaO.r:::_. ::::::':::::::=:,lArt.::::;::.... Mome-tea'c'-::::=: it: ::=: ::: t:=::::/ l'3'c41.3 Otal' :===
purposes and next as a lodge.
have good transportation facilities, co'ored laborers while cutting the room. It is also proposed to add a Condensed Schedules Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.

are below the frost line and the big right-of-way through the dense ti-ti, large number of living rooms for Elks.

canal being built by the Florida Eas Xo. 23''\0. 29>o. 27,>o.B 43i:o A31A 3;'\0. 3- \o. 99 No. 93\nl5
Another plan that is
the being considered -
about one-fourth of a mile from : A
Coast Railway runs through the mid A |! IS 1 A I DailY Itcx.I I L B B t Dtily
< $ die of this vast tract of valuable land bay and in the very thickest part, is to convert the entire buildinginto Dally Patty ;_Daily i:_P .ilyLVM "!!:ltoa .tL_ Daily: Daily I Daily X Iln.
an Elks' home doing away with I., Jarkf>nTlUe.... 8 woe! 9 It tar 1 5 JPW,3 lfAt! 3 4;_ 4 2' 8 82'-f'III 8 3 rte 94A ...11
which with lateral ditches will forever came upon a sheet iron box, which the theater idea. Both propositionswere r--t.:- Aimtine.T ... 9 o'AII!! 10 aver, 1J: 10PX 25>*>tt 4 1Aj 4 4WNo. 5 :11 92'N 1t :ystr 19 4-'f'II-

prevent an overflow, then will alof doubtless has a histor). It was evidently 28'\o. 98>u\16'0. 9:?,Noi 32 No.4\u.3. \0' 30 o. .8 So. 7'

our people reap benefits from thei a cash box and had in its time referred to a competent committee n i I H ne iw B ; DaTly A I Dally B 13 A
which will report later. -Fllllv .I J>"lT :: _:';:1. t'ily Ix. Caft, Daily ii. :ss I Daily Dallv Day
labors been a neat one, of 9xGx5 inches dimensions : _
and demonstration it .
for will N. Augmrine 6 .tOtw 7 -iol.. i 4W ;> J).. 10 lOAM 11 5'>., iTlOAMJ 6 flask 6 255 64'JMI
cause the rapid settlement of all this with a movable tray which -- \ >.... 74'tw. Swag "''uI---!.: I&1I_ lOA!..12 Sow 124'' 75t5, 1311 74'W

I, back country and make Fort Pierce is partitioned off into three compartments rharsr"t.NOTE A-Traln>compae.l exrln-tt ely of unman or I'arlor Cars and aura seat fare will be

! the leading point on the East Coast. and the box proper into three NOTE 11-Day co che-<< operated on these, trains on which Ho extra seat fare Is charged
Trains do not stop at -tatiou at which time boot shown.
Sufficient faith in the adaptability i other sections with lids to one each Mica Axle GreaseBest Pa'.ly exo't Miixlay.

of this land to establish the coming in tray and body; riveted to the Inside 17 3i -I I .

e market garden of Florida is bein of the cover with copper rivets is a lubricant for axles in the D1'II Y :Ex.-un Daily Pnn Only
k& shown by various parties who are put proportionately square plate of gal- world long wearing and very ad- -6 root -8-I.::..-.-2 Ovw -10 ln-.M Lv_....._. .J.wbonvUl.Ar'. __.... -1 3I'\AM-12 4 ?
chasing ten and twenty acres. The vanized iron. It must have been fas hesire. 6'NM, 821'AM 2 Onm 10 Itia: i.v.......>.... l ks..nIIle..Ar.............. 12:'... 12 3VW 52-3'11
!51: 8 =."t.., 2"*_ 11) 5<....Lv........_.. M.> iieaeh.....___Ar .._... 6 b tM 12 W4
price for any of the land in that section tened with a padlock, drop hasp and Makes a heavy load draw like alight 3 4M S :*:.r 2 4Vn IQ&'wmLr....?.._Aduntlr ] >acb_..__Arj._.?_ ._. 64'** 11 W'AII 4 4 bite's l
; is now between $10 and $30, and staple, but these have been broken off one. Saves half the wear on 71r.- ". '' R.e m-px,_ II_lOAMiAr_ .. '.:.. ':'''Mnvport_. .:m... .... Lx i i ...... ... 6 :JU.. 11.4>...M 4 3IJPWPEMNSILAR

' at such figures should find read and are gone. The box never got! wagon and team, and increases the AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

purchasers and will probably all bv there without hands and there can be earning capacity of your outfit. -- --

sold by the time the present crop has no other conclusion than that it was Ask your dealer for flied Axle Close Connection Made at Miami "I i h Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company.

H been harvested. stolen from some one and taken to the Grease.Chamberlain's. Havana, Key West and Nassau, Bahamas.Trains .

fastness of the ti-ti broken open and STANDARD Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

.. Young Woman Made $500. rifled. While the box is rusted OIL CO.I.e.rp.r.td. -"-' --
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.,' For her success in making a private through in some places it cannot have on' ." >-semitats .n-howth.time-atwhtrhtrrir.-may>, trot ;!i-ir II rid Hr fl."'ir-iire et the beexi time*' tl-U to!. nut and guaranteed depart
sale of a valuable piece of suburban lain in that exposed situation for more .ur ,.Ii.-' onj>aiytuliieM rrpn. il.ic forain d l ll IILY>fir any consequence arising iherefiom.
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... property which had been listed than four or five years, and Mr. Gray,, For Cody of the LOCAL TIME: : CARD or Other Information

with various experienced real estat who has sent it to the Buoy office. "SLE: TIE: TICKET AGENT."

men for some time a Tampa 'ounglady thinks, perhaps this item may catch l. D. 'MUNER. Asfct. (icn'l ('a*" A-ent. ST. Anjll TIVti. FLA.

now has $500;) of unexpected the eye of the owner and furnish a

spending money says the Tamp; clue to the loss. The box may o...-

Evening News. may not hate contained valuables but

The young lady is Miss Ludlow Las must have been supposed to hotels QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES.Merchants

siter and, incident to her success, i treasure by the party who Broke it

one of the most Important real estat open. The box 1? at the Buoy office<

' deals made in this county in recen and may be seen by any person curio

months. The property sold through ous to examine it.-St. Andrew'; & Miners Trans. Co's

Miss Lassiter's efforts is the Lome- Buoy.

place of Capt W. P. Jackson extend r ,
, a hLM STEAMSHIP
ing from Nebraska avenue to th Health in the Canal Zone LINES

Hillsborough river, near Sulphur The high wages paid make it a might --BETWEEN.--

e Springs, and consisting of 132: acres temptation to our young/ artisans to jail
the force of skilled workmen m-wied to I SAVANNAH BALTIMORE &
PHILADELPHIA.Direct
The property has been on the marke construct the Panama canal. Many arts > .

for several months, but it was Mis: rt>restrained however, by the fray of fever,

Lassiter, who had been half-jokingly., and malaria. It i is the knowing one.*- -- Connections for--
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those who have ned Electric Kitten
asked to sell it by Capt. Jackson wh who co there without this fear, well. Cough Remedy

finally concluded the negotiations b;:) .' know ins: thev are raft from malarion Washington New\ York and Boston.

which the property changed hands. influence' with Electric Bitter on hand. The Children's Favorite ,

f Cures blood poison, too, bilion"ties,
Captain Jackson presented Mis s weakness and all stomach 1 liver and kid Coughs, Colds Croup and Through tickets on sale at principal( points. .

Lassiter with $500 in cash, "'hichproved ney troubles. Guaranteed by Red Cros
!! Whooping Cough. Accommodations and cuisine )
a great surprise to her. Th Pharmacy. oOc.Sigutvra unsurpassed.
This remedy It f araon. for its rare over SEND FOR BOOKLET.
amount received for the entire property m large part o f the rtrllized world. It can
OAS'X'OnXA. always be depended op o. It rrotmm no
was $27,000 in cash. The purchasers opium or other harmful drug nod may bjiTen ](. C..tV EItV Com'I
, i gea1e tlse Always &1 ? a*confidently to m baby ae to an adult Agent, Jackson ulle.
are Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lassiter. o: Price 25 eta Size J. C. WHITNEY 2d V. P. & 1' M.
Jacksonville. sf cez; ; ; Large 50 eta. W. P. TUBSER, P. T. M.,

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'. Th Famine In Ru..I*. '1 txi
Why is it that the
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The political unrest and revolutionary -
outbreaks In Russia have occupiedso 1
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large a place In the.news from that ...
country that probably but few of the CASTORIA

LudwigPiano ;: American people realize the terrible 1:', i
conditions of famine which prevail
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large as that of the United States.' .
These conditions being brought to
; the attention of are the people of this The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been {

n country at the present time throughthe In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of t'
a activity of the Russian philanthropist and has been made under his personal f

:.; Nicolas Shishkoff. who has recently supervision since its Infancy. '

come here for the purpose of arous- Allow no one deceive you in this. t

is preferred by those who are admittedly ing Interest and securing relief for his All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but

suffering compatriots.To Experiments thai triBe with and endanger the health of
!\: : t the best judges of tone? The answer is assist in this work a Russian Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
famine relief committee has been organized

i easy. It is because everyone who has In New York with Bishop
: Henry C. Potter as president Samuel What is CASTORIACastoria y

'.j played the Ludwig knows that in it J. Barrows secretary and the Morton 3
Trust company treasurer. The execu- is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -
is embodied every artistic quality---that tive committee includes R. Fulton Cut- Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant 16 e
ting. George Foster Peabody, Isaac N.
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
. it meets every demand of the expert required SelIgman Marcellus Hartley Dodge substance. Its is
and a number of other well known age its guarantee. It destroys Worms t
business and professional men. President and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind !i
jt for the truest interpretation of Roosevelt has evinced his Interestin Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation '. #.

the movement by sending his check and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the .
: music-that' it that indescribable -
possesses for $100, together with a letter warmly Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep ;

?; : delicate charm which is difficult commending the work and expressingthe The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
feeling that the American people

t: to analyze, but which is designated from should the be general Interested promptings in it not of compassion only- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS .' t


; ,by some musicians, who appreciate that especial, sympathy but that they because should of the feel fact an Bears the Signature of __

that Russia has been a good friend to .
it can correctly protray every varying America in the past. Mr. Shishkoff -

says that the Russian government had :
the "soul" of the
emotion
as Ludwig. raised the sum of 75,000,000 rubles and :4
Is now raising a loan of 70,000,000
I more for relief purposes, but even S ,

Sold by these immense sums will be wholly

.f: : I distressed inadequate in for the the famine succor district of all unless the The Kind You Have Always Bought

Indian River largely supplemented by outside help. c
: He says that In most of the villagesfree In Use For Over 30 Years.

kitchens have been established, _
TMC cctrnkwn: ""''I.TT HVKRAY UTseat..Rw YOU amt
where the destitute peasants can get a Et
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bowl of hot soup and a piece of black
bread once every twenty-four hours.
If Eight dollars will keep an adult alive
}1 TITUSVILLE FLORIDA until the next harvest and $5 will helpa
child.
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< Porto Rico's New Governor.
4. Queen Be..' Giant. slop when he met at'an Inn two sol-
: Elizabeth Flemish IJesis: II. Post of New York has been -FOR-
Queen had a por- diers who were over six feet In height the to succeed
by president
appoiuted
.':" : ter who was over eight feet high and he said "Come under my arms, my lit- ieekmau[ Wiuthrup as governor of .C.Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines,
t" of great strength and he was an ex- "
: tle fellows. And taking them up, he Porto Rico, and Winthrop has been
f tremely good natured man. Whenever walked down the room with them under called home to be assistant secretary of Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. ,
.'t't""f : he met anyone who was abnormally his arms as If they had been children the .
taU he used to patronize him in a much to their disgust! treasury.Stops Philadelphia, New York,
1 ., friendly sort of way, and on one occa- Gifts to Railroads.
,!i. "-, F Don't Complain The last official act of Postmaster
TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
; '., Alice Roosevelt's Wedding If your chest pains and you are unableto General Cortelyou before he went to
i ': was something to be recorded in the annals sleep because of a cough. Buy a bot- take: up his new duties as secretary of (SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.
of history. Herbine has been acknowledged tle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and the treasury was to abolish the system ,
sf the greatest of liver regula you won't have any cough. Get a bottle by which the railroads have profited
tors. A positive cure for bilious headaches now and that cough will not last long. A $:;3,000,0 a year-namely, by adopting .
constipation, chills and fever, and I cure for all pulmonary diseases. Mrs. the: reformed system of weighing the MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY
all liver complaints. J. C. Smith, Little! JGalveston, Texas;writes: "I can't mails which had been unsuccessfully
writes "Heroine is the enough for Ballard's HorehoundS LINE
Rock, Ark., : say advocated in congress. Under this plan
greatest liver medicine known. Have" mp. The relief it has given: "me is all the actual number of days the mailsare Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiis.
used it for years It does the work. that IS necessary for me to say. Sold by
carried will be used the divisor
Sold by Redjbross Pharmacy. Red Cross Pharmacy. as .
,, ._ In determining the average weight carried For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or
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-- in a day. This was something ofa write to

I I shack to the railroad lobbyists who A. O. MACDONELL, S. C. BOYLSTON, Jr., 1
i had labored so hard to deft'at'tbe same Asst.General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent.

; .., T' .- liWlliet4 measure before congress and there Is JACKSONVILLE. FLAlt..rrl..r.i..r..r..a.rrr..i.a
some talk of resisting the order in the
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Other Cabinet Changes.

Immediately: after the adjournmentof
(con're; s the reorganization of the ("rt"\tC'l''l f'"f't..f'"r'f't''f'"f''t' r'rrv'lY'("'
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cabinet was effected. George von L.
Meyer of Massachusetts was sworn in 1 --FOR'Engraved
J as postmaster general in place of Cor
! telyou. the latter taking charge at the
treasury: and Sivretary Shaw retirine tl Weddingl
Tames R Garfield took Hitchcock's
place as secretary of the Interior.
l Invitations
Prices Versus Wage Increase.
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Chief Pidzin. of the Massachusettsbureau !
of Iilw issued a bulletin Feb
27 showing That the cost! of living dup- 1 Announcements
In? 10: >; increased more rapidly than

waees I VISITING CARDS 9

For Oter Sixty 1 earn.Mr .
C
l and all kinds of
J *. Win=lows' nothing syrup has
bin afor! over sixty years bv-Million tl FASHIONABLE STATIONERY t tl 3 M
of mothers for their children while teeth
'- mar: with perfect success. It soothes the Address
{ child, softens the gnm, a'lavs all pain
.j cure wind rolland is the ben remedy l l
i- !;r for diarrhoea \\illrelif\ethe |oor THE H. & \Y. B. DREW CO.
J.. f little suifrrerimmediately. Sold,l-druggists z. ,
i in every part of the world. Twenty
: five cent a liottle Be sine and a-k for ::1 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I
")lr*. \Vin:-]lo\\'!" Soothing -'mJl," and
t'J. tkp no nth.T k'nd. Gnarantwil un.]lethe
't fOil() and drnja act, June :3THli, IMlj, 1 i y

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Tott'sPillsAfter Do You Want to Know All About the
INDIAN RIVER

Z EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? 4 =

I MUSIC HOUSE eating,persons of a bilious habit
; will derive great benefit by taking one
of these pills. If you ha>e been Especially regarding Fruit Growing,Trucking:: and
General Farming? If so. subscribe for the........... t
DRINKING TOO MUCH
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: ., TITUSVILLE, FLA. they will promptly relieve the nausea, FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

L SICK HEADACHE -.
andner>ousncsswhich follows,restore PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNUM.
I .1 the appetite and remove gloomy feel ISSUED ONCE A )lO TII. SAMPLE COPY FREE.

I lit. ings. Elegantly sugar coated.! HARRY L. BROWN, Bn"inp"s Manager, st. Augustine, Fla.
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:{ter I$ --J'wt" UPP-Praetical Shoemaker. FortyiUyew in the Oleander point district, are the JAMESPBITCHAED,President.x W.M.BROWN,Vice-PresMent. .
WINSTON S.BRATfNINO. Cashier.
'. experience; all kind of repairing real things in the right place.
} :done,alee and cheap; ako ladies'and men's
)-" .shoes made to order. The old time dances at the New Rock- Ask Your

hotel Monday evening were River State Bank
ledge on Indian
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11 fLATBST' COUNTY greatly enjoyed by all who participated. I

Mr Martin, a business associate of Mr. Doctor 'I

NEWS NOTES 0. Currier is enjoying our beautiful COUNTY DEPOSITORY- 4

z scenery and climate. Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-np Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, 1200,000 :

Mrs. A. Graham and daughter, Miss TRANSACTS A .

:Little ,Happenings That Help to Make Anna Belle, of Crofton, Pa., are locatedat If he tells you to take Ayer's

.. ::--. Up the Weekly Heispaper the Singleton cottage for an extended Cherry Pectoral! for your General Banking Business V

bronchial .
.r stay.Mr. severe cough or .

t h .. ,COCOA. C. S. Rhodes,of Indianapolis,Ind., trouble, then take it. If he has LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER

j Mr. A. HT Traflord who has,been ill, has joined his family here and, with his anything better, then take that. Exchange bought. and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. J
son Stuart will cruise south to the keys.It Prompt eervire. polite treatment and every favor consistent j 4|
c is able to attend to business once more. We have great confidence in with conservative banking granted ,
is expected that many of;our people t
Mrs. M Cutler, of Gainesville, is the will journey to the county metropolis for this medicine. So will you, CORRESPONDENTS: f
.f of Mrs. S. F. Travis. know it.
guest the launch races. next week. when you once i Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bank .

Bob Abbot left on :Monday for ,Miami, Mr. H. A. Crossland and son Harvey, The best Mn-t of a testimonial of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida ( a
v where he'will epend several months. Sod for over sixty years."
who have been in camp on the i Wand for I' -... TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. :
a MIES Elizabeth Hophlett returned to _
some time, will.retnrn to their home in by 3.c.1rer Co.Low.U.r.tau.
bet studies at Stetson university on Mon Indianapolis this week. .1.a manufacturer*of
AKade SABSAPAKILLA.PILLS. E-L.: ;
day.Fire Mrs. Frank A. Kroeff( Fort Wayne, e rs BRADY & BRO.,
:4 burned the; Wade and Harrison Ind., has proved herself expert with rod HAIR 1IGOB.

., ., gro Tea just south of town last week. and reel. On Monday she landed, unassisted We have no secrets! W* publisl Groceries Grain and all Food Products.
the formula of cul our medicine Hay :.
; Mrs. W. Bisbee, of Lotus, was a visitorin nine large cavalli. ,
tSt town this week.' Keel: ; the bowels open WIth one of We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for M ape*'Fertilizers. We deal exclusifely
Rockledge and vicinity is a veritable A..r"' Plo; nt bedtime. Just one. in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB
The tourists ,are busy getting bait and paradise for fishermen," and such fish I Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY & BRO.,TITt'SVIL1.E.Fu.s. .

fishing. Trout, bass, drum, cavalli and segeant, off quietly, less interest than usual was -

r ; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and children plentiful and hungry.. shown, every citizen being rushed to the
J. rcNT
have been the guests of S. S. .Jones and utmost just now. 9
The Touch That Heals
family. Capt. Jordan was under the weather Hay, Grainl'ruit and
9 is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Staple and Groceries
this week. The is of Fancy Prodllee of all l Binds
Col. Travis has purchased T. G. Ronald's It's the happiest combination of Arnica captain a pensioner ,
r $ tangerine grove at Lotus. flowers and healing balsams ever com the war of 18615.
VEGETABLES
pounded. No matter how old the sorter Mr. and Mrs. Hanna of Colnmbue 0. SPECIALTY
Mr. and Mrs. S. McD. Sheriff, of Cady, ,
nicer is, this salve will cure it. For T1tus'V'l.lle.: Florida.J. .
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the of Mr. and Mrs. Gleasonfor
river. Mrs. Sheriff were guests
Ohio, are enjoying our
burns Braids, cuts, wounds or pile, i'ean
'K spent the winter here several years ago absolute cure Guaranteed by Red the pat two weeks.
LORILLARD, JR. LEOS'S. WILSON
,. as Miss Berenice Risley, while Mr. Sheriff Cross Pharmacy. 25c.OEOKQIANA.. The Messrs.! Amsden, Panborn, Riddle, ,

{ is one of Rockledge'a, regular visitors. and Hubbard, 'Ashtabnta: 0., were the LORILLARD BOAT CO.Tltiistrill
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. II. Gleason .
Miss Mary Wittfeld and Miss Margaret guests
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo P. Clement and
r Carter, of Georgians, were recent visitors daughter Catherine left for Miami Mon last week. These gentlemen left for their : : F1.or.c1.aEngines :

;. n in town. day. They will spend some time on homes last Saturday. Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline: EngineersAgents

Mrs. F. Calloway and daughter, Miss board the Nimdha, but expert to returnto Mra. Burnett entertained I last week. for Termaat & Monahaa motors. Moore motors. Hartford motors i

Kit, left for their home in LaGrange,Ga., Georgiana for a short stay before going Cards were the feature of the evening. and District Agents for the Lathrop motorAgents 1!

e; s on Monday. : north for the summer. Her cosy home was decorated with ferns,

Miss Mamie Hardee and Miss Tina i Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley: and daughter, flo 'el'f'ines, etc., and festooned with for the I
the colors of the K. M. I. Delicious '
4 Singleton spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs Hunt, went to Melbourne the first refreshments T & M Reversible i'
served 11 Cadet Original
i o their homes, returning to their schools of the week to have some dental work were at p. m. i
Burnett and several of his cadet
1 I. on Monday.Mr. done and also spend! a few days at the
friends were present.! The hostess was
MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
W. R. Sanders of Indianola ibautanqna. .
was .
ably aided in entertaining by Mrs. Johnson 11
in town attending to the shipping of hiss Guy Munson took a party of five downto and Miss Brown, of Birmingham, Thoroughly covered by patents
on Wednesday.Dr. the rhautauqua Wednesday evening in ---- -- -
oranges I
Ala. Miss Agnes Hopkins, of Bear
G. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was a the Clement launch. Lake, Mich., was also one of the guests The Engine that Runs Without Repairs

visitor Cocoa on Wednesday. Grandma Mnnson is gaining very slow. ..
i pretent. - ---- --- -- -

'- Mr. J. M. Sanders made a trip to the ly. Col. Crandell, of OIt'3nY.., is in These motors are safe and reliable and

county seat on Wednesday. Miss Ruth Allen returned to her homeat tending to prolong his!:tay in EauGaltie, can be operated by alcohol or kerosene

Dr. W. Lincoln is making a very artis- Daytona Beach last Wednesday.There being delighted with the place and its
4 with as good results as by using gasoline I
tic looking house of his recent purchase. is talk of making np a large surrounding Capt. Crandell and family

When he completes his contemplated improvements crowd to go down on the Hall boat and occupy one of the Gilbert cottages. MARINE: : :R.A.JL'VV A.Y J

this place will be one of our attend the closing night of thant&uqna.Georgiana Careful attention given to
show places. Meeting County School Board
LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMEE"IJEWCASHGROCERY

The river front around Cocoa is conceded School ,The board of public instruction met on
to be one of the prettiest locationson Tne following are names of pupils who :MondayMch. Present Arnold,
were very successful in the elimination chairman pro tern; A. J. Carter and JohnR. STORE
Indian river and vast improvements -
at the close of the third month of school.! Walker, secretary.
t have been made during the
past year,
The minutes of the last
regular meeting
,; which adds very much to the attractiveness First grade-Robert Dawley, 94J. \ FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.HAY .
read and
of town. Second grade-Ollie Page,94 45. were adopted. GRAIN, FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES I
our Treasurer's for Feb. found
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''Third grade-Elizabeth Odell, 92 2.5. report was We buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheajiest. ..1
iii 1' Mrs. A. M. Wesson has been quite ill, correct and redeemed warrants were duly r
Fourth grade-Harriet Odell, 93 25. Look over our stock and get; our prices before buying. ;
but is improving. cancelled and filed.FINANCIAL. Corner Main and Hopkins streets j
+ I Fifth grade-Nellie Burner, 9GJ, Beth M MMAEY.

1 I 6leepies.nee.. Bruner, 95J J; Winnie Dixon, 95J. Nina Wa1J&nts.outstanding last report. ( 7.319.25 G. :33C.: :EJEATB: : cfc" 00.,

Disorders! of the stomach produce a Baldwin, 92J; Catherine Clement, 90 45. issued this meeting1,647.96 TITI'sVILLE, FLORIDA

nervous condition and often prevent Eighth grade Margaret Carter, 95J.: 8.%7.18 .
sleep.! Chamberlain's! Stomach and Liver The above are ones who are entitled to Warrants paid in Feb_________ 630.13 i J VICTOR
Tablets stimulate the digestive. organs, be on the roll of honor. tnt' ?:
restore the system to a healthy condition Warrants now outstanding___ 833705 "
and make sleep possibh. For sale by The following obtained very good Total cash on hand______________ 3-1963 1P Talking Machines Supplies and '
Red Cross Pharmacy. grades, but not high! enough to entitle V, ,
! Deficit in
them to lie on the roll of honor: funds- i Records sold by the
ITEMIZED FXPENDITIRES.
BOCKLEDOE. First grade-Clayton Carter, 86; Johnnie

e I8 Mr. Chas. Vnille has gone to Georgia Dawley 88; Hiram Dawlv, 8S,. John County R.Walker.school salary fund. supt. for Feh 73.00 INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
A .. on a business trip. Fifth grade-Walter Carter, 8;;, An- Teaebers'salaries1:20.00Transporting .

. drew Carpenter, 75J. pupils__________________ 111.10 "'
: oice
Mrs. Frank Hatch entertained AI+s Mseterk TITDSYILLE FLORIDA
at cards .
Eighth Jrane-Ro Carter, 87J. E. B. Arnold, per dienr and mileage 11.SO
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" on Tuesday. CHUDE 1IcCAXDLES.Teacher.. A.J. Carter, per diem and mileage 3,80
Mr. F. S. Bennett and Mr G. Biuns Cocoa & Bex kg. News. pub. finan. I
i statement ______________.______.. 2.00 I
of Braddock, Pa., are new arrivals. Lost and Found John Henry, tyj wrtg min. for pub. 2.00 WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT

Mr. E. Vesey Hall and family were visiting : Lost, between 9:30 p. m., yesterday J. R. Walker.up. JIOI'otg.. ..tf'u__ 568 I
friends on this side Sunday. and noon today, a bilious attack, with Brevard Co. State bank, int. 3 mtbs 17.29 > -
nausea and sick headache. This los Indian River State bank, int for Frb. 15 94 I
> Miss Ford, of Newark, N. J., came WAS occasioned by finding at Red Cross Fee & S'ewart, bankers, interest4.15 500 Barrels will be received in the next
;-j down from Sharpea on Sunday to attends Pharmacy box of Dr. King's New Life \\alkerlldw. Co. sundne________ 285 I
; Catholic services. Pills, the guaranteed cure for biliousness, L. E. Knott Apparatus Co., apparatus I 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement -
.. malaria and jaundice. :!5c. at Red Cross So. 16_______uun____ 5104
( Mr. Ed. Wallace pave a party friends Pharmacy. E. Posey, work and material No. 16 27.()',) but is better.
a very pleasant trip to Memtt on Sunday.The H. A. W. B. Drew Co,high sch.books 6.00
4 EAU OALLIK. E C. L. &Sup. Co, work No.22____ 825
Dreamer brought a large party up Summer weather. H. Waktfield,janitor No. 16_____ 6.00 EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
from Melbourne on Tuesday. G. F. Duren.janitor No. 6, a id sundries
I; Mr. and Mrs. Niezer, who have betn The Chautauqua i is well patronized by for No.6..........._________ 750 Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.
our guests and citizens.Mr. (-ocoa.\ Roe kg. News pub. teachers'
. seriously ill for some time, are about exam. notice uu__ ______uu__- 3.06 i Eau Gallie, Florida.i.w."rWr.'r. .
and )Ainsworth
again. entertained on
John Henry, drawing certificate.75
Monday evening.Mr. ______ ___
The heavy northeast wind on Tuesday John Henry,< Special fund "C" Chap. 5383 Laws. '
and Mrs
lashed up an elegant bunch of white capson Gleason entertained on Teachers'salaries__________________ 6500 .r'rWr.irWrWNrW'.rWr'i"Wirr' ..W. .
the "big river." Tuesday evening I last.

Mr. Jno. Shippee, of the island, has Col. Fowler is shellme! the race track Total issue f J9i.M

been laid up for several 1 necks with a bad. for the athletic meet in EAU Gallie on the.. In as much as the 2nd district is still The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

ly wounded knee. 6th pros. unreprwented on this board, we requtst
the electors and tax pajersof that district .
Mr. M. Meller, ofew York, who ha Major and Mrs. Voce entertained last to take the matter up, and !see that

been making a tour of the state, is in week. Thi co-y home was packed with someone in recommended for ap[omt. MACHINE SHOPS
Rock ledge for a week. guests and a most enjoyable time spent. ment, as under exiting conditions if one I
f Among the ladies present we noted Mesdames member should die or bt sick' the whole !
Our attitudinous friend. Mr. Givens, is school syetem of the county would
Mop
Fowler, McXab, Burdme, H. U.
rapidly recuperating after a siege of or l e seriously disarranged.
typhoid. Hodgson, J. A. Carr, Dr. Sarah C. Hodg Whereas, an effort now being made, Plumbing and Metal Work

son, Misses Leila Carr, Anna and Minnie and strong influences will be at work dur
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wallace are enjoying Danforth and Messrs. ill the next legislature the
Greg, Potts, Morgan !: looking to
a visit from Ed's. mother, who ar and Scrog,,in, from the K. M. I. adoption of a uniform system of textbooks BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
rived from Chicago lately. for the public schools! : of the state, ,
H. U. Hodgson's launch Lee carried a and, believing, as we do, that the differ.
Mr. S. H. Peck and family paid a visit boards of the all
f party to Rockledge and return on Tues ent state should control
to their son Taylor, a student at K. M. I., day. Among those on board were the matters of this kind, we are unalterably Agricultural Implements
on Sunday. opposed to any euch law. Therefore, be
Misses Anna and Minnie Danforth, Mr. it resolved, that this board earnestly requests
t; Rev. Father Curley read mass and and Mrs. Horner, of Olean; Mr. and Mra. the senator! and representativefrom SANFORD

preached to a large congregation at the Sharpe, of Hornill, N. Y., Mrs. Harry this county to use every effort in ,
McKeown residence on Sunday. Hodgson. their power prevent the passage of any
; law looking to etate uniformity of text I '
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