The Florida star ( January 17, 1908 )

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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:
January 17, 1908
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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID:
UF00075901:00267

Related Items

Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TITUsVYILE, FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908


S NO.39


- Jtatos qsseltes l.loiqeg NSqt for tl~s (qoo4 of (Ot~ess AlsO.


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.iy.WHa, after a pleMent




& Ca. a we dol by gmod smo
Mr. Rs ftm Daytonams, arrived-hre
tivehwk a d is esJaing the sport of
ltnh with Messrs. Pridle and lram--

A party O tourists stppings at Paln-
Ann left tis m erg for a trip to the
Meam beetn in the lanch Wmaunita, in
of Mr. Mandaville.
MNra C. Cois and two little sOes,
W wia andMazie went to St. Angustine
e Tnaday, where Miss Maggie CollS,
her -1 fter, is ill.
The N elty Store keeps books, sta-
t- n ove, a-lties, post cards, jewelry.
.. a id toys, 5-cent and 10-cent
I ni Lt 1. M. Dodson.
SiMss Lea lsldey played the organ at
'nt ai eblrch last Siouay with
-* geat mcret to herself MiMs Leah is
u M tMms. C. J. Denham'saumic pupils.
M aB art, eny m char of
j Palmnrst, left yesterday for New Smyr-
* aS and Daytona, but wig probably lo-
eate n Tampa and take charge of the
Alamnis heteL
Dr. L. V.Outhrle and Gem. Miller and
otyf, of H-tingte, W. Va., are ex-
ca- to anriy Tituville within the
net t days. Their cruising yacht is
w being placed in readiness for them
at the ways of the Titusville Boat Co.
Important Sale of Real Estate
Mr. C. J. Denham purchased last
week the Nelson place in South Titus-
viBe, formerly occupied by Mr. J. Lor-
fllard, Jr. This place is situated be-
tween Capt. Nelson's home and Mrs.
Mather,' reidence. Mr. and Mrs. Den-
banm expect to occupy their new home
by the lrat of the coming month and
are to be congratulated upon their in-
vestment in one of the finest properties
in town-their dwelling having a fine
river froeat and being fitted with all
a9dern improvements.

Church Notes
Rev. Win. Stones will preach on Sun-
day at LaGrange at 11 a. m.. and at Ti-
tosvifle at 7 p. m.
Rev. lobe will preach at the Presby-
tarian church Sunday at 7 p. m. Sun-
day school at 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
and praymeeting Tuesday afternoon at
8 o'clock.
We are requested to announce that
the time for holding the Sunday school
of St. Gabriels Episcopal church has
been changed from the afternoon to 10
o'clock a. m. This takes effect next
Sunday, the 19th inst.

Photo Gallery Reopened
Mr. H. Faust, the photographer, has
returned to Titusville and is now ready
for all work in that line at the Taylor
gallery, on Julia street. Crayon, pastel.
water colors and oil paintings given
prompt attention and at lowest prices
consistent with good work.
The Alpine Hotel
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
aer. On the European plan- furn-
ied rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
trally located.
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.
Nursery Stock for SaMle
Citrus stock grown on high pine
land. Indian River Nurseries, estab-
lished 1886. Send for catalogue.
Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla.
was mais csaru P worn cass..
Am t S aeses of good high land uu


the em or oceae side of Ihe Indian river
as the Nans, described as follows: Lot
No. 3, scdam 3, also lot No. 9, section
1, in township 31 eooth, range 39 east.
This lead unimnprmwd but finely lo-
d- VForfu other articulareaddreme
E. M. Low.
Brocktou. Marse.


a nQuiity Shoes
You know i ln's adae, "You
eCman't fool all the people all the time.
eta.". Everybody h heard it
beies it. And tistrue. Which[
in d4i.e..n proof for een Quali-
ty" aoes. For over a de their
sales have far m fredd those of
all other women's shom. Yet the
demand continues to grow. Even
the 10,000psir mde every day can't
pply it. Why? Just try one pair.
L e shipment just reed.
WINSTON S. BANNING
T v Florida.


TrrusILLX, FLA., Jan. 15, 1908.
UirerfTatn k iamua 8rA
Some of us, who have been Hall
men and who would vote for him as
long as he was a vndiAbt, have been
considering the situation brought
about by his delin*ion to run again
for tax collector, and now desire to
name Philip H. Wright for the place.
Young Wright is capable, honest and
attentive to the people and will make
a safe and efficient officer.
DEMOCRATS.


Mr. Frederick Martin Carl Berg-
mann was born on the 19th of July,
1844, at Netzlar, Germany.
When about 17 years of age, after
graduating from the .ymnamiu.u. and
having had a commercial training,
he came to New York, where he en-
tered the army. After several years
of army service he held positions with
importing house then going in bus-
iness for himself, cow,'inaing as mer-
chant for the rest of his days. Mr.
Bergmann died on the 6th of this
month at Merritt, from the effects of
a severe fall he had on January 1st.
His remains were laid to rest in the
Indianola cemetery. Peace to his
ashes.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank all our kind friends
on both sides of the river for their kind
sympathy and help during our recent
affliction. To Dr. Schofield and Dr.
Hughlett, Rev. P. J. Robottom, all the
Masons and our kind friends we extend
our heartfelt thanks.
MRs. F. BERGMANN.
MR. and MRas A. C. STORM.

Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals
For the week ending Jan. 9th
Chandler P Rose, Daytona Beach; A J
Hamill, Jr, Americus, Ga; R 0 Ridder.
Tampa; A G Shaver and wife. Bellaire,
0; R Greiner and wife, Bellaire, 0; Geo
L Atkins, Lonisville, Ky; C E LaBreqe.
Boston, Mass; E J A Drennan, Martins
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LATEST NEWS iSpcid Sale at [ile'sILOCAL GOSSIP

AID IICIDEI*TS ** AID PEISONALS
MoNDAY, JAN. 2, 1908.
in l PHngn M te P i th Ladies'ready made skirts, made 30 Ua t the lof ( TRu.
Of d tay of voile, new spinT m*a mo
Tra iim h a 1o4 od r st y wthforCfldCo
Beautifuldisplay S- wr-J- and Nov- taffeta, worth $8.50 specialS.49. Mr. W. H. Creason, of City Point,
ELT-I l TiuspVALa Py a mSAc. Ladies' skirts inl up of an ex- smd thigh Titeavile Tuesday c
..U. .. .. PA cellent quality of chiffon panama, big way to Or aLo .y
W. 0. W. Attention! Titisville Camp trimmed in silk taffeta folds, worth wy to
No. 141 will have a log rolling on next $8.00, special $&.49. Colors navy blue Mrs. J. A. Begg expects to leave to.
Monday evening, January 20th. and black, morrow to spend a couple of weeks in
Little Will Anms Fowler, of Oak Hl I Ladies' belts, made of the best Jacksonville.
died Wednesday. Funeral service was quality of elastic, bukles oxidized Have you tried Heath & Co. for gro-
held yesterday afternoon by Rev. Win. b leo o0 opi series. "Popular prices" is their motto,
Stones, of this place. blue, worth $1.00, Monday's special and popular they are-Lowest prices in
69 cents each.
Henry Beneeke has been carrying the White China silk, 27 inches wide, town.
mail to Artesia several trips the past good heavy quality, special 59 cents Mr. Winston S. Branning returned
week for Capt. Fischer, who resumed per yard. home from Miami y-teaday afternoon
the service again yesterday. Black taffeta, good heavy quality where he has been throughout the trial
Heath Co. are giving away free, as every yard guaranteed, special of W. M. Brown as a witness.
per yard.
an advertisement, beautiful pottery, Best quality of lonsdale, yard wide, The argument of counsel on both sides
such as tankards, stems, vases, etc., the wholesale price is 15 cents, our in the trial of W. M. Brown, at Miami,
which they have on exhibition at their price Monday 13 cents only. was completed Wednesday and the
store. Navy blue voile, 42 inches wide, charge of the judge was given to the
The Rabbit's Foot company failed to worth $1.50 per yard, Monday only jury yesterday morning.
99 cents per yard.
arrive here on Tuesday, their advertised indian Head, already shrunk, 44 Mr. G. W. Schuyler of Indianola, was
date, and it was reported that they were inches wide, worth 25 cents, special in town Tuesday on his way home from
detained in Sanford. The 'nellation 19 cents per yard. a weeks' visit with friends at Clifton.
of their date here undoubtedly has re- Good quality white cambric, 36 Having disposed of his property at In-
tained several hundred dollars in the inches wide, special 12M cents per dianola, Mr. Schuyler expects to locate
pockets of the residents of this section yard. in Cocoa very shortly.
of country. Ansonia oodlarm clock guarant eed Mr. H. D. Robinson, of Coldwater,
Four more locomotives have arrived to keep good time, 96 identspeach.- Mich., vice president of the Regal Gas-
Laeces and embroideries at aspec-
at St. Augustine for the Florida East ial reduction. oline Engine Co., was in Titusville Mon-
Coast railway. Two of these are pas- Chiffon veiling, black, white, blue day and Tuesday on his return from a
senger engines and two are switch en- and brown, Monday's special 29 cents trip to Havana. While here he gave
gines. Twelve locomotives were ord- per yard. THE STAR office a pleasant calL He
ered and of these eight have arrived. Good heavy quality cotton flannel, wap on his way to Texas before return-
They are powerful machines and the bleached and unbleached, special 12% ing home.
entire order represents an expenditure cents per yard.
of oer 200 an expenditur Outing flannel in all colors, includ- Mr. Ross Drennan, from Fairbanks.
ofing blue, white, pink and red, spee- Alaska, a brother of Mr. E. J. A. Dren-
ial 12r% cents per yard. nen, of the Dummitt grove, arrived
Scarcity of Ducks Ladies' hose, Queen's Own, gauze Wednesday and is here on a visit to
Hunters and the members of the Ca- lisle, put up three pair in a box, the the latter. He was attentively lis-
naveral club remark about the scarcity three pair for $1.0. tened to by the tourists and pleasure-
of the ducks at this part of the season. Mail orders promptly filled on any seekers stopping at Palmhurst while
It is not to be wondered at. When the of the above goods. relating his adventures in the extreme
Jutaus KLINE, Titusville.
ducks came down the first of the season north on Wednesday evening.
it was a continuous fire at them all day A handsome racing motor boat ar-
and all night on moonlight nights. That Athletic Exercises rived in Daytona last week en route for
was enough to drive them away. They President Roosevelt, the greatest man the Palm Beach races, owned by Mr.
have gone to other feeding grounds to living today, praises very highly all ath- F. B. Basselin, a wealthy lumber mer-
spend the winter. If Florida does not letics. He is a very scientific boxer and chant of the Adirondacks. The boat is
provide a law to protect the ducks, wrestler and states that Jiu Jitsu, the 36 feet over all, 4 feet extreme beam.
there'll be no ducks here in season. Japanese system of self defense, (that with removable auto top, and is fitted
I teach) ought to be taught to women, with a 6 cylinder 75 horse power Ster-
Indian River Hotel Arrivals as well as men. Boxing and wrestling ling motor. She surely ought to go at
For the week ending Jan. 9tb. protects your life against knife, gun, least 26 miles an hour.
F P Ziy, Oak Hill; A H King. Dr ax or club. Mr. G. F. Duren sustained a bad cut
A W Terrell, J A de Curaden. M R It is well known that I fought Chris on his right knee last Saturday which
Fuerson. Jacksonville; J C Arthur. Tam- Grube, a sturdy fisherman weighing 30) has confined him to his bed up to this
pa: C F Eaton, Lake City. L A King, bs. He used an ax and ahatchet tode- i date. He was cutting a piece of meat
W J Moore. I N Stulv. Williamsburg..
Ky; C F Smith, Memphis, Tenn: L T fend himself. I took nature's weapons when the knife slipped and struck him
1 bhe. Rockledge; C H Boye and wife. (my n ists) and myearly boyhood scienck- in the leg. cutting nearly to the kne.
Philadelphia; John Henry. C'tv: H D! stood in gord stead. I easily defeated jo;nt. The cut is of a more serious na-
Robinson. Detroit; Peter C. Gallagher, hi m.j .T e t i e
New York: J S Crutchtield. A R Rule-. ture than at tirt thought, as the leg
Pittsburg: B Bornstein. Pittsburg; E C 'Th-e time to c taught boxing, wrest- cannot be heid in a perpendicular posi-
t'loe and wife, Chicago; Mr and Mrs! ling. et-.. is vhilt yu u.are young'. if only tion "tt all. During Mr. Duren's indis


York; G C Bryan, Jacksonville; CE Lpa T Allen. afford: A n Tam Ifor sepi- i-ale len
Saunders, Indiana; A W Elliot, Atlanta; New Orleans MM rt, Orange City; It isworth a fortune to a frail boy or
King. Bo ton: J Custer. Newark. I. Moreton Murray. [avtona. youth. and brings forth many manly qual-
Slo nd wife, Chaon. Dowagia. Mich ie. -id a eat carriage in walkiung.
Winter Park; Mr and Mrs P L Shicr. Death of Walter Robbins Graham -t i:1n :,;0-VV!'en lt. har'i,.-. randl an
Chicago; J J Parish, Bowlin- re;: at*- Ivbrami.
Scheppe Wright, Jackson, .lte: A 1: Fui-1 Wa-ter ,o ins : i"..' pn. thi. pof. j l;n, "Nouthi .
ler, Suwanee, S C; Ross Dreinen. Fair-;te 1y far 41,1 -.i i )r. andi 1ls. an e naore con.i.i to oxxl health
oanks. Alaska; H D M Clackev. Pa; Mr e.n ( Ma. 1..- .an l e c
and Mrs John Thompson, Los IAneles, V. S. G(rahb.::n. tf .IMami. n- t-ha' athletic ,xer. is. .tr.,pei-ly execjt-i.
Cal: J A Deft r. Atlanta. EM Sto1t. Geo day lMmirning of 'ld 4!- >Ning after .adit-s taught calt'r.
Stout. W V'Stout, N F Stout, C FLei t. an illnt.ss of ,nIv a few days. Special care takLer :..th children as if
Circle- ihie. Ohio.
1 1:1Robbin was tat: e ill W-dnelsdav tivy were ny ovwl:.
iof la.t .i.. l limilles. ,alsvar- ,,r particculars write th. professor.
Victor Victrola" Needlest pimple a.Titusville, F;..
These new nee.lles have just been ing on tht- fa e a"f qui'cklv :a-
brought out packed in convenient and suming an alarming nature. The For Sale
attractive packages best of nedi al .'e ti-n n and skill
They are the result of a determination : l 1 pairs Berkshire an.1 Jersey pigs at
on the part of the Victor coiipany to wAS t.mploy'ed. but the patient con- ,$5.,) per pair. if tak : :2 imuntlh.s ..tl.
priAluce a needle that is n;,L oniyv he tilel'i lt wcakt''in a:,d .r-w. worse now abtut 6 weeks old: ais* f, rkshirel
most uniform needle manufactured, but .il .* nd T brood so'ws: also a htavy \v wdod on idn
is without question the best needle for until th end. The sy empathy of e condition. Address
plavin Victor records. : many friend in Titusville is extended E. B. ARN I 'he process steel of even temper and t,, the bereaved Graham family. who Malabar. Fla.
* finish. used in the manufactureof Victor
I "Victrola" needles, is the product of a were residents of this place some ten Valuable Real Estate For Sale
i metallurgist whose factory is recognized years ago.
as makers of the world's highest grade Five acres, beautiful building site.
steel, and was adopted only after every l Cut Pri fronting lo- feet on west bank of far
known test was used to prove it con- special Cut Prices famed Indian river. 1-^ miles south of
formed perfectly in every particular to IN KLINE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Rock Idge. Address Miss Salic Ma-
the requnements of Victor records. grudur. Box 125 Orlando, Fla.
TheVictor "Victrola" needle is abso- The price of our clothing will be
lutely the best needle in the world. cut down almost one-half. And we D. Pacignana
You may pay more for needles, but have a mighty fine assortment yet. Shoemaker and repairer. all work
not for a better needle. We can fit you and suit you. Shoemaker and repairer, all work first
The Victor "Victrola" needle should class and guaranteed. Next door to
only be used once. To use it. or any The New Orange Box Hoop arruthers' barber shop Julia street
other needle for playing more than Box oop Titusville.
one record, will result eventually in the Have just received car of the leather
destruction of your entire collection of fibre paper hoops and can ship from Eau Draying
Victor records. Gallie or Cocoa. Itrayin_, or ha:tiin of all kinds prompt-
Price15centsperl00. Packedinboxes Send for sample or get a bundle and ly attended to. M1-ets all trains. Stove
of 200 and 500, and cartons of 1,000. try them. You will not use any other wood for -ale at alI times..
Forsale by Indian River Music House, after using these. H. F. lIoi.ro.
iTitusville. EAST COAST LLMsER & SupPPLY C

p.sitioln Mr. Raalerson is in charge el
the meat market.


FUl NITI'KE. PIKY GOODS. SI ,-r
0' tftn batting. 10 and .15c. Air L: -
.- l_' anid tiel .- a:ild knitting '.or.,
Talki:; i, chi;; th'hlt tick!.ts v. ith e.v *
('ash purchase. Records and machines
exchanged for tick.-.ts
Cari' -t sw;v.cirs A tl .~i<:are.-
C'HAs. A. <;AR1RNEf. l'h.ariv 34
Athletic Club
Boxing, wrestling, club swinging.
dumb-bell exercises. etc.. taught b6
Prof. Jo-e Fielding.
1'u union given to !adies. lxboysand young
mnisses in calisthernics,'. stout gentlemen
reduced in weight. Alcohol and witch
I ae-l rub downs a specialty. For par-
tli'.i;tr'-- see: the t r'i ssor.

A 'onol drink at a cool place at
MAAN DY'S.
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak. any length. Also piow -
ing and harrowing. Se,-v or add(r ess J.
W. .Jamnison. Titusville. Fla.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
(Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Price.s from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly ipack-d and delivered at Oak Hill
sWtaion. J. W. GRIFFIS,
Shiloh, Fla.
Land for Sale
Eight ay r - inu lBr'-varel -tounty. It-iiil thl-
N. W. uf ..It .-c-. T. I L. R. :34. F,r
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hav e bs a usineas advocate of a
p M bank or m o y yea m TIrty-
Sive yeame agla whe I was a boy. I
w e m this Atehison. Topeka and
eanta e ait read In g Ka oo sand sdo
paltad the nrt sou y I ever ad ina
the bt Natlemal enka et Lawremc
Nan. The bank rousted, and I lost.
Mee an fiy it er boys who worked
wth aMe dmme the mamet What the se-
Aeet was en the others I emat ay. but
itPe a damper on me and caused me
io 1 eamidr and waste my wages for
tea years.
"Whe Governor Hoch lived in alor-
ees Ka., ad edited a little paper
thin the grasshoppers ate my crop.
My brefther in Iowa set me $50. I1
pat 5 In the Floreme t ank. Old
Peter Aller run away with all the mon-
oe. Three years after he was caught
t- Co necticut and brought to Kansas
d was se t up for twenty years
"About eighteen months ago my
brother, a carpenter at Pan, Isa.. hid
$OD in the old round oak stove. His
wife filled it full of waste paper and
burned it up. A sm art Ale (a neigh-
ben said it served him right. Hins
(the same smart Ale) put $1,100 in the
nearest bank, the Farmers and Drov-
ers' bank of Seymour. and lost to less
than a year.
"When me and my wife started in
life we run a boarding house in a la-
ebor camp. I tried to get the boys to
save their money and get ahead by
depositing it in bank. The answer was
always the same: No d--d banker can
blow himself on my money.' You see,
they lack confidence, and their lack
of confidence is well founded, and in
view of my own experience and ob-
servation I had to go way back ante
set down.
"Well. I have Just beard of a good
old friend who has dropped his little
wad of $8W In the Chariton (la. bank
that went busted a few weeks ago.
My sister in Kansas has money in a
bank that invested in warehouse and
cold storage stock in Kansas City.
They are looking for the money, the
promoters, the 100.000 cases of egs
and other things galore that was said
to be stored there, all of which are
very conspienous by their absence
"I have my money kanned up. Can
you blame me for it' aDoes the bank-
ems and others who scold us think we
are all a pack of fools? Give us Iostal
banks that is absolutely safe and every
dollar will come to the surface. as it
should when a safe place is plrovihed.
2ad there will be no ntdre hoarn.i n;
Even if you restrict deposits to k 5* I:
will save more men, women and chi!-
dren and make the:a independent. el;"
respecting. law abliduing citzen-4.
I amnt a Iemuo-c:at. but I have be-
conic so interested in Roosevelt that I
twent to Keokuk to see and hear hi:em
s oeak. If he strikes out from thU*
shoulder for a postal bank in his mes-
sage. I will vote for him if I have a
chance.
"Whoop it up. my good. dear friend.
You are engaged in the most humanl-
tartan work of any man on earth to-
day as well as the most economic busi-
ness move. We don't kneed more
money-too much now. You see, with
cheap silver coined in dollars at pri-
vate mints that no one on earth can
tell from the ones made by Uncle Sam.
the country has become ianlated, and
that is hurting no worse than the

liorses are selling here at $15' tou
$200, not worth over $75 to $100: over-
coats and gowns in our shop windows
$20 to $30, not worth over $p to $10;
land in Iowa at $100 to $125. dear at
$40; in Kams $75 to $100 dear at $25.


Our people are crazy.
"When Bill went to college pap gave
him money enough to take him
through. He blowed It. Pap pumped
in more. Bill blowed it again, ad
pep kept right ea pumping in till he
was tin&. Thea he went dewn to see
what wee all the trouble. He kicked
Bill through the glass fmrot Of a sa-
le and wiped up the sidewalk with

"If Unde Sam, instead of pumping
in more money every time the Wall


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alnm JI hie Moay cums Prem Nippne.
Say A. M1 Lughimey.
-a Ee aext Jim Jeet es wMe pba
rome from Japan."
TM is the plom eIA.M. L seg
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w2 JU in Japan. say kthew eattlet
TIeMa ItHe. that the Japei a nrea-
haldsa to take a rea t e t orest in


"fthe 1 Jap.-" y. OUg "is by
atrM a Ightr. It be tIrnes f prise
thing he would be morean o a er
than a boxer. His head and Jaw amr
shaped like a fighting antmars, and he
has what prise aghters can the
'heart' He can eight a losing battle
IBe an Ir4fhnesn In studying sa
otne I have found that the Japallse
are not nearly as susceptible to pain
W we are. Jn Jitsa is terrifically paln-
ful andsu danger If they, an stand
that, they could stand prie fghtlng
and not mind the punishment
"I taught a number how to box
while in Japan. They know very lit-
tle about it. but learned with remark-
able quickness on account of their
much more rapid sword play. Their
main disadvantage is in the shortness
eof their reach."
Loughney says of Japanese wrestlers
that as a rule America see the in.
ferior performer The men who fol-
low this profession in Japan are of
the highest class. the military., called
muralal" or sons of nobles. These
are the only peronsa t ho really know
Jni jitsu. and they are in such demand
at home that an expert rarely leaves
his native land. The Japanese who
commonly give exhibitions In the
United States. says Loughney. know
about as much about it as the aver-
age American boy of the streets knows
about boxing.
"Jiu jitsu is 10 to 1 superior to the
other, older style of Japanese wres-
tlng, followed by the big wrestlers."
said Loughney. The heavy monstrosi
ties who wrestle in the old style have
little science in their work. which con.
siSts of pushing their opponent out of
the ring: hence they eat all they can
to develop their great stomachs."
Loughney was in Japan in 1906 and
since returning to the United States
has been traveling and instructing in
physical culture.

PACIFIC FLEETS PILOT.

Captain Greei of Transport Servloe to
Lead it Through Magellan Strait.
The man who is to pilot the battle
ship fleet through the strait of Magel-
lan was recently in Los Angeles on hisL
way to Washington, whence he will
proceed to Rio Janeiro to join the
fleet, which recently sailed for the
Pacific. says the New York Sun.
This man is Captain Greene of the
army transport service, lie is fifty-six
years oild and has made seventeen
trial's through the stra!t. lie has been
a sailor since he was fourteen, when
he joined the Confederate navy. His
first trip was made in 1b09 and the
last a year ago. when he brought the
ligx.house tender .Juauita to the i'a

Captain Ereene will take charge as
pilot ,f the fleet at Punta Arenas
about Feb. 1. Admiral Evans will as-
si:.zrn t i i n a i of the it 'test of ttu
torpedo Lh.,.oits. with hit-h hi will leau
the way thr,'aijii the strait. The It-tual
pas'.tae will rc, Tiire :about forty-eight
hours.
('a],t.i.n ;'-r.:e untiaijte:1#s no troul
ble. "There is n, dniice In i'asin.'g
throllbh ht- s.traiit If yii know the
chan..l.' te .aid. "It I s to all intent-l
an in..ind sea. The water is deep, andi
there are no hlivry s e:s. it is of course


cs tntial that the pilot know every
foot of the cthaneIl.-'


HAZING


OF ACTOR'S


BRIDE.


How Fellow Players Paid Back Her
Husbarnd's Practical Jokes.
Mrs. Georg ana ihullnan of New
York city went to l'itilsiurg recently
to marry Eoward .Miiiiney. an actor.
and after the of trouble, says a Pittsburg special to
the New York Times. Mr. Manney is
one of the principal comedians in Rob-
inson's -Night Owls." in which com-
pany are also Terry McGovern and
Young Corbett. Manney has been a
practical joker, and the bride paid the
penalty.
On the stage Manney and Charles
Robinson make up as Jews. so that


A IUa Iak m; sic k kidime|,
Neaet it, mrimry Umbi hlUw.
se Kidney ilos *mo hr akid-
mey oaly.
I.LAme.., aer, owing a
1I3 Akley ,Tmlr ;U1h -y
'I add Dsen's Kidney twnd hey
kidneys. Two or three tim as...inat
of thepM inamyback I was meesto
in work r several day. The secre-
ti- ofthe kidmeys we insar d
eBdjio, dark im color ad Ifawd
to smead woel become of the cm.emcy
of jey. I tried various reeedies t
what seemed likegallom-ofdineiaead
I aio pat oa plarte, bat mothiag help-
ed me at all until Io"t Do.'. Kidny
Plle upon the advice of a fried of mine,
sand i them coudian to duetio
they cred in a very abort tima."
For Isale by all dale. Priie e Oet.
Feater-Milbuar Co., Buale, New York,
sole mitsa f1r the United 8tetm
Remember the .ame--Dan'-amd
take o other.

they appear exactly alike. At a recent
matinee Mrs. Manney saw her hub
band make up for the first time and
laughed at his appearance. The n be
kissed her and hurried on to the stage.
A fetw moments later he returned to
his dressing room. as his bride sup-
posed. Several of the company were
with him. and he laughingly bagged
and kissed her before them all. This
trick was repeated until Mrs. Manney
became auspicious and found Manney.
"It's that Robinson." he told her.
"He makes up like me and has been
here when I was on the stage."
Shortly afterward some one tried the
door of the dressing room again, but
Mrs. Manney refused to let him in. It
was in reality her husband, who had a
quick change to make. His wife was
obdurate. and Manney did not make
the biange. Instead the curtain had to
be lowered to save the act.
Then when Robinson and Manney
appeared before the bride at the same
time she insisted that Robinson was
her husband and tied to his arms in
tears. It was not until Manney re-
moved his makeup that everything
was fixed up. Robinson had to buy
a Christmas dinner for the company.

FARM'S ODD PR C I UR.
Gooe Drove Away Robber Tramp. Who
Lost Section of His Trousers.
Since two of their fraternity have
been driven off and badly beaten by
the farm's strange protector tramps
are giving the home of James M. Shell.
a Burlington (N. J.j farmer, a wide
berth. This guardian of the Sholl
home is Patsy, the king of a flock of
geese, says a Burlington special dis-
patch to the New York Times.
Terrified human cries, mingled with
the fierce honking of the old gander
and the savage flapping of his wings.
awakened the family of Mr. Sholl .
few nights ago in time to see In the
moonlight a badly frightened trampi
legging It down the lane toward the
public road. The marauder's inten-
tion of raiding the poultry house had
evidently le"t-n interfered with before
he got the door with the hi;j g;aii-lr h:id l -4-en short.
but furi'ou:. The lra mpI left iulnsi a
po.'tiou of his trowi'-i.rs: also lie learn-
ed that the lI.:e of a ionse is like the.
pinch of a vis-' :l.d :i ll'w from its
wings !'ke :he .i ow of :a ii;i i -t.
The gander on another oc-:sion
drove off a tramni) who was Iegtinir.
At another time the bird lost half its
beak in a fi!tt "\iTh a dog that trie l
to ki!': somi' ollis. :iand It hat! he;:t-
en off haw'., pi,is and even a cow
that had traversed beyond their p-roier
domain.

WIRELESS IN THE ARMY.
Experiments Povc That Messages May
Be Sent From Very Short Towers.
Wireless tet.lraplih 'x.x-rts at the
I'nited States :rmiy st:ilion at Fort
Ontlia:t have !i':>i!e new dis<,.verie-s in
the wireless li'hl :hi, h i.. n" it of
comi.arltivvly 1- g distl:iia e telegjaepih-
ine from very .hort towers. savg an


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",mDOINGS: l: : ) OF- ? THE. Queen Quality ShoesYou LATEST NEWSAND 'I'! Special Sale at Kline's II I LOCAL GOSSIP ,


WEEK know Lincoln's adage, "You INCIDENTS Bargains la Every Department AND PERSONALS '
can't fool all the people all the time, ]I E
."' MONDAY, JAN. 20, 1908.
etc. Everybody has heard it and

ny'Jl Pmgejit lotes Pertaining to Ey.ents I i believes it. And it is true. Whichis Personal Paragraphs About People that I I I Ladies' ready made skirts, made Something About tie People of Titus- .
clinching proof for "Queen Quali
good quality of voile spring
'w" Transpiring Abont Tom I I ty" shoes. For over a decade their Travel Here and ThereBeautifuldisplaySEasnsus \j 1 i lof styles with four folds,of new twoinch'taffeta Yille as They Come and Go
'H> 5 1 sales have far exceeded those of '
:' "'" Tresh WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. BEST I all other women's' shoes. Yet the and NOV worth $8.50, special $6.49.Ladies' Mr. W. H. Cresson, of City Point,
in town, TITUSVILLE PHARMACY. demand ELTIES. TITUSVILLE PHARMACY.W. I skirts made up of an excellent passed through Titusville
continues to grow. E.enthe Tuesday on
of chiffon
m i#* ,Mrs. Harry Wilson, after a pleasant 10,000pairs made every day can't 0. W. Attention! Titusville CampNo. 1 trimmed quality in silk taffeta folds panama, worth, his way to Orlando.

.7:,r*'. visit with her sister, Mrs.A.K.Wilson, supply it. Why? Just try one pair. 141 will have a log rolling on next $8.00, special $6.49. Colors navy blue 1 Mrs. J. A. Begg expects to leave tomorrow

at Fort Pierce, is home again. Large shipment just received. Monday evening, January 20th. and black. to spend a couple of weeks in

A saving of ten cents on the dollar WINSTON S. BRANNING Little Will Annis Fowler, of Oak Hill, Ladies' belts, made of the best!Jacksonville. ....

;' soon amounts to a dollar, buy of Heath Titusville, Florida. died Wednesday. Funeral service was quality of elastic, buckles oxidized Have you tried Heath & Co. for groc
& Co. and save dollars by good sense. I and gilt, colors black, brown and
.e p held,yesterday afternoon by Rev. Wm. blue, worth $1.00, Monday's special eries. Popular prices" is their motto,
Dr. Ross, from Daytona, arrived here AnnouncementTrrusviLLE Stones, of this place. 69 cents each. and popular they are-Lowest. prices in

> this week and is enjoying the sport of FLA., Jan. 15, 1908.EditorofTHs Henry Benecke has been carrying the White China silk, 27 inches wide, town. .
hunting with Messrs. Prindle and- Bram- mail to Artesia several trips the past good heavy quality, special 59 cents Mr. Winston S. Branning returned .
: FLoRIDA STAB .
mer. i .week for Capt. Fischer, who resumed per yard. home from Miami yesterday afternoon
: r* A party of tourists stopping at Palm I Some of us, who have been Hall the service again yesterday. Black taffeta, good heavy quality, where he has been throughout the trial
men and who would vote for him yard guaranteed special $135
hurst left this morning for a trip to the I long as he was a candidate,have been as Heath & Co. are giving away free, as every per yard. of W. M. Brown as a witness.

;. ocean beach in the launch Waunita, in considering the situation brought an advertisement, beautiful pottery, Best quality of lonsdale, yard wide, The argument of counsel on both sidesin

h charge of Mr. Mandaville. I about by his declination to run again such as tankards, stems, vases, etc., the wholesale price is 15 cents, our the trial of W. M. Brown, at Miami, ,
Mrs.. C. Collins and two little sons, for tax collector, and now desire to which they have on exhibition at their price Monday 13 cents only. was completed Wednesday and the

# Edwin and Maxie, went to St. Augustine name Philip H. Wright for the place. store. Navy blue voile, 42 inches wide, charge of the,judge was given to the

'r .* Tuesday, where Miss Maggie Collins, Young Wright is capable, honest and The Rabbit's Foot company failed to worth $1.50 per yard, Monday only jury yesterday morning.Mr. .
attentive to the and will makea 99
people cents yard.
f her daughter, is ilL arrive here their advertised per G. W. '
on Tuesday, Schuylerof Indianola, was
safe and efficient officer. Indian Head, already shrunk, 44
The Novelty Store keeps books, sta- DEMOCRATS. date, and it was reported that they were inches wide, worth 25 cents, special in town Tuesday on his way home from '
r tionery, novelties, post cards, jewelry, detained in Sanford. The cancellationof 19 cents per yard. a weeks' visit with friends at Clifton.

candy and toys, 5-cent and 10-cent ObituaryMr. their date here undoubtedly has retained Good quality white cambric, 36 Having disposed of his property at In- .
a counters. 1. M...Dodson.Miss several hundred dollars in the inches wide, special 12: cents per dianola, Mr. Schuyler expects to locate
Frederick Martin Carl Berg-
Leah Losley played the organ at pockets of the residents of this sectionof yard. in Cocoa very shortly.Mr. .
4. mann was born on the 19th of July,, Ansonia alarm clocks, guaranteedto
the Methodist church last Sunday with country. H. D. Robinson, of Coldwater
,
844, at Netzlar, Germany. keep_good time, 98 cents each.
great credit to herself. Miss Leah is Four more locomotives have arrivedat Laces Mich., vice president of the Regal Gas-
and embroideries at
one of Mrs.C.Denham's music pupils. When about 17 years of age, after St. Augustine for the Florida East ial reduction. a spec oline Engine Co., was in Titusville Mon-

Mrs Hart, formerly in charge of graduating from the gymnasium and Coast[ railway. Two of these are pas- Chiffon veiling, black, white, blue day and Tuesday on his return from a

: PalmhurstleftyesterdayforNewSmyr- laving had a commercial trainipg, senger engines and two.are switch en- and brown, Monday's special 29 cents trip to Havana. While here he gave J

r na and Daytona, but will probably locate he came to New York, where he entered gines. Twelve' locomotives were ordered per yard. THE STAR office a pleasant call. He

in Tampa and take charge of the the army. After several years and of these eight have arrived. Good heavy quality cotton flannel, was on his way to Texas before return-

f Almeria hotel. of army service he held positions with They are powerful machines and the bleached and unbleached, special\ ing home. ;

Dr. L. V.Guthrie and Gen. Miller and importing houses, then going in business entire order represents an expenditureof cents Outing per yard.flannel in all colors, including Mr. Ross Drennan, from Fairbanks, .

party, of Huntington, W. Va., are ex-I for himself, continuing as mer- over $200,000. blue, white, pink and red, spec- Alaska a brother of Mr. E.J. A. Dren-
pected to arrive in Titusville within the chant for the rest of his days. Mr. ial 12% cents per yard. nen, of the Dummitt grove, arrived .

T next ten days. Their cruising yacht is Bergmann died on the 6th of this Scarcity of Ducks Ladies' hose, Queen's Own, gauze Wednesday and is here on a visit to

now being placed in readiness for themat month at Merritt, from the effects ofa Hunters and the members of the Ca- lisle, put up three pair in a box, the the latter. He was attentively listened -
the ways of the Titusville Boat Co. naveral club remark about the scarcityof three pair for $1.00. to by the tourists and pleasure- >
severe fall he had on January 1st.
i"" the ducks at this part of the season.It Mail orders promptly filled on any seekers stopping at Palmhurst while
His remains were laid to rest in the of the above goods. }
Important Sale of Real Estate [ is not to be wondered at. When the relating his adventures in the extreme
ndianola[ JULIUS KLINE, Titusville.
Peace his
cemetery. to
Mr. C. J. Denham purchased last ducks came down the first of the seasonit north on Wednesday evening. 1

? week the Nelson place in South Titus ashes. was a continuous fire at them all day A handsome racing motor boat ar- 1

F, ville,.formerly occupied by Mr. J. Lor- Card of ThanksWe and all night on moonlight nights. That Athletic Exercises rived in Daytona last week en route for .

illard, Jr. This place is situated between wish to thank all our kind friendson was enough to drive them away. They President Roosevelt, the greatest man the Palm Beach races, owned by Mr.

Capt. Nelson's home and Mrs. both sides of the river for their kind have gone to other feeding grounds to living today, praises very highly all ath- F. B. Basselin, a wealthy lumber mer-
Mathers' residence. Mr. and Mrs. Den- and spend the winter. If Florida does not letics. He is a very scientific boxer and chant of the Adirondacks. The boat is
sympathy
help during our recent
ham expect to occupy their new home affliction. To Dr. Schofield and Dr. provide a law to protect the ducks, wrestler and states that Jiu Jitsu, the 36 feet over all, 4 feet extreme beam,

by the first of the coming month and Hughlett, Rev. P. J. Robottom, all the there'll be no ducks here in season. Japanese system of self defense, (thatI with removable auto top, and is fitted

are to be congratulated upon their investment Masons and our kind friends we extendour --- -- ----- teach) ought to be taught to women, with a 6 cylinder 75 horse power Ster-

in one of the finest properties heartfelt thanks. Indian River Hotel ArrivalsFor as well as men. Boxing and wrestling 1 ling motor. She surely ought to go at

t in town-their dwelling having a fine MRS. F. BERGMANV. the week ending Jan. 9th. protects jour life against knife, gun, 1 least 26 miles an hour.

; river front and being fitted with all MR. and MRS; A. C. STORM. F P Ziy, Oak Hill; A H King Dr ax or club. Mr. G. F. Duren sustained a bad cut
modem improvements. ---- ---- A W Terrell, J A de Curaden, M R It is well known that I fought Chris on his right knee last Saturday which
Fuerson Jacksonville;J C Arthur, Tam Grube, a sturdy fisherman weighing 230:
1- Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals ]has confined him to his bed up to this J
pa; C F Eaton Lake City L A King,
Church Notes lbs. He used an ax and a hatchet to de-
date. He was cutting a piece of meat
For the week eudiug Jan. 9th W J Moore. I N Stuly, WilJiamsbur)!. !
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun Chandler P Rose, Daytona Beach A J Kv; C F Smith, Memphis, Tenn; L T fend himself. I took nature's weapons when the knife slipped and struck him I
'. day at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and at Ti- Hamill, Jr, Americus, Ga; R 0 Ridder; lute, Rockledpe; C H Boye and wife (my fists) and my early boyhood science I in the leg, cutting nearly to the knee .
: tusville at 7 p. m. Tampa; A G Shaver and wife, Bellaire, Philadelphia; John Henry City; H D stood in good stead. I easily defeated I joint. The cut is of a more serious nature -
Robinson Detroit Peter
". Rev. lobe will preach at the Presby- 0; R Greiner and wife, Bellaire, 0;GeoL New York, ; J S Crutchfield; C., Gallagher A R Rule, him.The I II than at first thought, as the leg
terian church Sunday at 7 p. m. Sun- Atkins, Louisville, Ky; C E La Breque, Pittsburg: B Bornstein, Pittsburg; E C time to be taught boxing wrestling cannot be held in a perpendicular position -
Boston, Mass; E J A Drennan Martin
._ day school at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Ferry, Ohio; Peter C Gallagher. New Cloe and wife, Ch ('agolr; and MrsL I etc., is while you are young, if only '! at all. During Mr. Duren's indisposition :

r' and praymeeting Tuesday afternoon at York; G C Bryan, Jacksonville; C E P Shiver. Chicago;P N Sessions.Tam- I for the physical development. !j Mr. Raulen is in charge of
T T Allen. Sanford A C Storm
Saunders, Indiana A W Elliot Atlanta pa; ; It is worth fortune frail
3 o'clock. ; ; New Orleans M M Moore, a to a boy or I the meat market.
We are requested to announce that W C King, Boston: J Custer, Newark Moreton :Murray; Daytona.Orange City; youth,and brings forth many manly qualities !-;,
N J J Headon i
Dowagiac Mich E C '
the time for holding the Sunday schoolof Cloe;and wife, Chicago; S P Shepherd; I beside a neat carriage in walking.Iagiiity !!I FlRXITur.ElmY GOODS, SHOES

St. Gabriels Episcopal church has Winter Park; Mr and Mrs P L Shiver, Death Walter Robbins Graham in movement, a sharp eye and an 1 :,II Cotton batting, 10 and loc.; Air gnrx?
been changed from the afternoon to 10 Chicago; J J Parish Bowling Green: I active brain. i!i Shetland! floss and knitting worsted!
o'clock a. m. This takes effect next Scheppe Wright, Jacksonville; A II Fuller Walter Robbins: Graham, the six- Prof. Joe Fielding states: "Nothingcan Talking machine tickets with ever.,
Suwanee, S C Rosa Drennen. Fairbanks Cash Records and machines
; purchase.
teen old of Dr. and Mrs.
son
year ;
conducive
be to health
19th inst. : more good 1'
the
Sunday,
Alaska; H D M Clackey, Pa; M exchanged for tickets
-- -- and Mrs John Thompson, Los Angeles, W. S. Graham of Miami, died Mon than athletic exercise properly executed. Carpet sweepers Art squares .
Photo Gallery Reopened Cal;J A Defocr,Atlanta; E M Stout, Get morning of blood poisoning afteran Ladies taught calisthenics. : CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 t f.

Mr. H. Faust, the photographer, has Stout Circleville, W ,Stout Ohio.Victor N F Stout C (0'Leist, illness of onba few daj-s. ; i iKobbin I Special care taken with children as if!; -Athletic---Club- I

returned to Titusville and is now ready I was taken ill Wednesdayof i they were my own. I(1
for all work in that line at the Taylor laot week small II For particulars write the professor.P. '. Boxing, wrestling, club swinging I'
gallery, on Julia street. Crayon,paste. "Victrola" Needles! pimples appearing O. Titusville, Fla.For dumb-bell exercises etc., taught by -,
water colors and oil paintings given These new needles have just been: on the face and quickly as- Prof. Joe Fielding.
prompt attention and at lowest prices brought out packed in convenient and i sumin; an alarming nature. The! 1' Tuition gen to ladies, boys and young
consistent with good work. attractive packages. | Sale misses in calisthenics, stout gentlemen
j best of medical attention and skill
They are the result of determination 15 pairs Berkshire Jersey pigs at reduced in weight. Alcohol and witch ,
The Alpine Hotel on the part of the Victor company to was employed but the patient con- $.00 Per pair, if taken at 2 months old, hazel rub downs a specialty. For par-
Titusville Fla. F. A. Losley produce a needle that is not only the ]: tinned to weaken and grew worse now about 6 weeks old: also(G Bt rkshire ticulars see the IJfnessor.
; man- most uniform needle manufactured, but I brood sows also a heavy wood in
j ; wagon
until the end. The of
ager. On the European plan-furnished is without question the best needle for sympathy tine condition. Address A cool drink at a cool place at
rooms and quick lunch. Gen playing Victor records. !! many friends in Titusville is extended I E. B. ARNOLD MAN DY'S.

trally located. The process steel of even temper and to the bereaved Graham family who i Malabar, Fla.
i --- -- finish, used in the manufacture Victor .
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Wood For Sale
A cool drink at a cool place at I "Victrola" needles, is the product of a''. were residents of this place some tenyears I Valuable Real Estate For Sale
r MANDY'S. metallurgist whose factory is recognizedas ; ago. j Pine or oak, any length. Also plowing -
t makers of the world's highest gradesteel | Five acres, beautiful building site and harrowing. See: or address J.w. .
-- -----
i._ and was adopted only after every i Special Cut PricesI I fronting 105 feet on west bank of far Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
Nursery Stock for Sale known test was Used to prove it I j famed Indian river 1J4 miles south ofI
Citrus stock grown on high pine formed perfectly in every particular to IX KLINE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT I Rock Ledge. Address Miss Same Ma- Orange and Grapefruit Trees
the requhements of Victor records. :grudtr, Box 125, Orlando, Fla. .
Indian River Nurseries established
land. The Victor "Victrola"! needle is absolutely | The price of our clothing will be ----- Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
1886. Send for catalogue. the best needle in the world. : cut down almost one-half. And we D. Pacignana hickory hammock. Free from whit
t Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. You may pay more for needles, butnot : have a mighty fine assortment yet. : fly. One year to two year old buds.
1 for a better needle. : We can fit you and suit you. i Shoemaker and repairer all work first Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully -
FOB SALE CUEAP FOR CASH. The Victor "Victrola" needle shouldonly --- -- : class and guaranteed. Next door to packed and delivered at Oak Hill
,...' About 83 acres of good high: land uu be used once. To use it, or any 1! Carruthers' barber shop, Julia street, station. J. VV. GRIFFIS,
The New Box
f Orange Hoop '
side of the Indian river Titusville.i .
; the east or ocean other needle for playing mere than i i Shiloh, Fla.
r- at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot one record, will result eventually in the Have just received car of the i -
(:,. No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section destruction of your entire collection! of fibre paper hoops and can ship from Eau Draying: Land for Sale
36, in township south range: 39 east. Victor records. ** Galhe or Cocoa. j: Drayms or banling: of all kinds promptly -
'_ This land is unimpmvH but finely lo Price 15 cents per 100. Packed inboxesof Send for sample or get a bundle and attended to. Meets all trains. Move Eighty acre in UrrvMnl unty.: being the
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t E. M. Low.ErocktouMass.. For sale bv Indian River Music House, after using these H. K.; HOLTON further particulars address M. 1'. care STAR f.
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street wind bag bursts, will do as pap

mum did and give us a P. O. bank, with mf E PERR( wn

equal distribution and less catchpenny

advertising fake lies through/the United -p d. Marine

States mails, fewer slot mahdaes,
Scores of Florida Citizen Have
} .\ WON'T! "BUST, we will be all O. K." Learned It !$ .L


J.wI.d Earring For Dog. If you suffer from backache, 4 EnginesESPECIALLY

The latest fashion for dogs is earrings There is one way. to cure it.

w; Request of Iowa Physician Who which now appear on fashionable The perfect way is to care the kidneys.A .

canines La the form of a clasp held bad back means sick kidnevs. ARE
Advocates Postal Banks. ADAPTED
by four buttons ft the ear. which is Neglect it, urinary troubles follow. ,
Doafi's Kidney Pills are made for kid FOR SATISFACTORY
not pierced says a Paris cable dispatch .

-: to the New York Herald. The neys. only.S. B. Lemons. USE IN FLORIDA WATERS -
: E JIS MONEY'S "KANNED" UP. cigarmaker, living at --
ornaments are gold set with Jewels 1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla, says!!; .
and are considered indispensable for "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they :'

Dr. J. A. Wail. Write. to Postmaster dogs wishing to be In the fashion. cared me of backache and disorder of the Regal Marine Engines

:, kidneys. Two or three times on account ,
General That He Distrusts Financiers JAPS LEARNING TO BOX. of the pain in my back I was unable to Stand for the highest type ofmechanical

; and, Would Do to Wall Street What go to work for several! days. The secretions skill and reliability 1 .
four
They are
cycle,
jump ,
Pap Did to Bill at Coll 9.. of the kidneys were in a very bad spark ignition automobile g ii -
Next Jeffries May Come From Nippon, type ,
condition, dark i in color and if allowedto mechanical
valves float feed
i S 4 ? Postmaster General Meyer Is in receipt Says A. M. Loughney. stand would become of the consistencyof carburetor, enclosed crank case a

::, of a unique Indorsement of his "The next Jim Jeffries will probablycome jelly. I tried various remedies taking steam forged crank shaft, and ,

scheme for the establishment of postal from Japan." what seemed like gallons of medicine and bronzed bearings. Have the

; ? _;' savings banks. Dr. J. A. Wailes of This is the opinion of A. M. Lougn- 1 also put on plasters, but nothing helped consistent fewest number with of working parts

= 3 -> Mystic la, thinks the postmaster gen ney, an athlete who has been studying : me at all until I got Doan's Kidney ating motor and a perfect many other oper

s. t : eral's Idea an excellent one and in language jlu jitsn in Japan says the Seattle Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine, elusive features found only in the Regal '. z
and using them according to directions
t' iris In Kansas Times. He that the beginning II J
showing upbringing says Japs are "
they cured me in a very short time. THEYfARE( BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
{ near the soil has written a letter to take a great interest in _

1! i '-, giving his unhappy experiences with American boxing I and that a great For sale bv all dealers. Price-50 cents Made in three types, I4, 3 and 3 IL P. single cylinder 8 to 1S II.

'". early western banking says a Washington prize fighter undoubtedly will be turned Foster-31il::'nrn Co., Buffalo, New York, P.double cylinder; 30 H. P. four cylinder
* ii sole for the United btates.
>i m special dispatch to the New out by that country some day Remember agents the We also manufacture a line of heavy, slow speed, working engine

) > York Times. The letter follows: "The lap" says Loughney. "is by take no other. name-Doan'e-and from=- 6 H. P. single cylinder to 45 H. P. four cylinder. d.t T..-... ,

'"1 have been a strong advocate of a nature a fighter. It he turns to prizefighting The many hundreds of Regal) engines now in operation through- '

-" postal bank for many years. Thirty- he would be more of a fighter out the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving.. 1

-h_ five years ago. when I was a boy I than a boxer. His head and jaw are they appear exactly alike. At a recent Get r in
a Regal the
matinee Beginning Don't
Mrs. her husband
; Manney saw Experiment
like animal's
worked on the Atchison. Topeka and shaped a fighting and be

: Santa Fe railroad In Kansas and deposited has what prize fighters call the make up for the first time and -Handsome:-. explanatory catalogue mailed free on request.

.M1R the first money I ever had in "heart' He can fight a losing battle laughed at his appearance. Then be

\ the First National bank of Lawrence, like an Irishman. In studying jiu kissed her and hurried on to the stage. Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

j Kan. The bank busted and I lost. jltsu I have found that the Japadese A few moments later he returned this o Cold
__ Water Michigan
01. ;- More than fifty other boys who worked are not nearly as susceptible to pain dressing room as" his bride sup

with me done the same. What the effect as we are. Jlu Jltsu Is terrifically painful posed. Several of the company were IY

was on the others I can't say. but and dangerous. It they,can stand with him. and he laughingly hugged .

it pat a damper on me and caused me that they could stand prize fightingand and kissed her before them all. This S.

to squander and waste my wages for not mind the punishment. trick was repeated until Mrs. Manneybecame

y. .. ten years. "I taught a number how to box suspicions and found Manney. ,

-, ,. "When Governor Hoch lived in Florence while in Japan. They know very lit -It's that UobinsonT* he told her. ---- ----- --- --
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/ i ; Kan. and edited a little papers tie about It. but learned with remark "lIe makes up like me and has been

\ '.: there the grasshoppers ate my crop. able quickness on account of their here when 1 was on the stage."

' .- My brother in Iowa sent me $;t0. I much more rapid sword play. Their Shortly afterward some one tried the

i put $25 in the Florence bank. Old main disadvantage is in the shortnessof door of the dressing room again but
Happy Colors
Peter Aller run away with all the mon their reach." Mrs. Manney refused to let him in. It

I ", ey. Three years after he was caught Loughney says of Japanese wrestlers was in reality her husband who had a You know that there are colors which signify sadness others which

In Connecticut and brought to Kansas that as a rule America sees the in quick change to make. Ills wife was indicate happiness-but do think
I you ever stop to how often people are
c and was sent up for twenty years. ferior performers. The men who follow obdurate and Manney did not makethe made sad or glad because of the colors

"About eighteen mouths ago my this profession in Japan are of chanie. Instead the curtain had to J You know that children and flowers thrive best in

: ,.1 brother a carpenter at Pano. la. hid the highest class the military called be lowered to save the act. ..__ the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in your

$00 in the old round oak stove. Ills "samurai." or sons of nobles. These Then when Robinson and Manney -, own home, then-why not let us show you how to get

e I wife filled it full of waste paper and are the only persons who really know appeared before the bride at the same t it in the walls by using

burned it up. A smart Alec (a neigh jlu jitsu, and they are in such demand time she insisted that Robinson washer

bor) said it served him right. Hains s at home that an expert rarely leaves husband and fled to his arms in A1aJJu6ne

(the same smart Alec) put $1.100 in the his native land. The Japanese who tears It was not until Manney removed

nearest bank, the Farmers and Drov commonly give exhibitions In the his> makeup that everything i 1 SanitaryWill CoatingBy

ers' bank of Seymour, and lost in less United States says Loughney. know was fixed up. Robinson had to buya '

_, than a year. about as much about it as the average Christmas dinner for the company. l having your walls decorated

i "When me and my wife started In American boy of the streets -----w with Alabastine you will make
f them more artistic durable
more
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4 a boarding a
c ODD PROTECTOR. more sanitary, and will
I tried to the to "Jiu jltsu is 10 to 1
a camp. get boys superior to the make your home a more cheer-

save their money and get ahead b> other, older style of Japanese wrestling Goose Drove Away Robber Tramp, Who ful place to live in. Let ua!bow

t depositing It in bank. The answer was followed by the big wrestlers." Lost Section of His Trousers. A Q t you how easy and economical

always the tame: 'No d-d banker: can said Loughney. The heavy inonstrosl Q Alabastine is, and how the different -
Since two of their have
fraternity tints and stenciled deaigna
blow himself on my money. You -
hatlittle been driven on and badly beaten by can be combined to
produce
they lack confidence, and their la<'
F of confidence Is well founded and In slats of pushing their opponent out of the farm's strange protector trampxare "exactly the effect
giving the home of James M. Shell 'I you wantoUrwtfollo
view of my own experience and observation the ring; hence they eat all they can
a Burlington (X. J.) farmer, a wide of
Al.baauas
I had to back 1 to develop their "
go way an: great stomachs.
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berth. This guardian of the Sholl I Prlto Deatdu ;.
t set down. Loughney was in Japan in 1906 and DOW ready for roar Uupectioa.Tho .
home Is Patsy, the king of a flock of
"Well. I hue Just beard of a good since returning to the United Stateshas
geese, says a Burlington special dispatch I
old friend who has dropped his little been traveling and instructing in J
to the New York Times.
; z. wad of $&X> in the Chariton (la.) bank physical culture.
Terrified human with ,
L cries mingled
that went busted a few weeks ago
the fierce honking of the old gander i
W.;., My sister In Kansas has money in afl PACIFIC
w FLEET'S PILOT. I and the savage flapping of his wings ---- --
: bank that Invested in warehouse and
awakened the family of Mr. Shell .>
\5 1 cold storage stock In Kansas City.
' Captain Greene of Transport Service to few nights ago In time to see in the
They are looking for the money the
. Lead It Through Magellan Strait. moonlight a badly frightened
promoters, the 100.000 cases of ecs traml The climate of the East Coast of Florida
The man who Is to pilot the battleship l leering it down the lane toward the
? and other things galore that was aid .
: fleet through the strait of public road. The marauder's intcn is
Magellan nearer perfection than that of
to be stored there, all of which are any
was recently In Los lion of the house had
Angeles on his raiding: poultry
:. very conspicuous by their absence"I other
way to Washington whence he will 1 evidently been interfered with before place on earth. 4 4 *
have my money kanned up. can ..
proceed to Rio Janeiro to join the be got the door ojvn, and his (tattlewith
you blame me for it? Docs the bankers :
Lk Beet, which recently sailed for the the big gander; had been short
and others who scold us thin we
h Pacific says the New York Sun. but furious. The tramp lift minus a
are all a pack of fools? Give us postal
This man Is Captain Greene of the i portion of his troupers, also he learned .
i. banks that is absolutely safe and e\"ery
' Fv \ army transport t-er\ice. He is fifty-six that the bite of a goose i Is like the S
dollar will come to the !;Urral as it
years old and has made seventeen pinch of a vise and a blow from its
should when a safe place is lIfovhJcf1.lIId .
trips through the strait He has been wings 1 lke: the Mow of a pui'Kt
: there will be no nidre hoar-lias. ,
a salter' since he was fourteen whenhe The gander on another occasiondrove
Even if you restrict deposits to > I:
joined the Confederate navj. His: off a tramp who was l begging, .
'i S will Have more IDOn..omen and chi l-
first trip was made in lift) and the At another time the bird lost half i It:) artA
!:' dren and make then Independent beh"
last a year oho when he brought the beak in a fight with a do;? that trig --
respecting law abiding citizen. '
lighthouse tender Juanita to the 1'1, to kill sonic Collins, and It Im IHV.I'
i "I am a IkMiio-7at, but I have become '
clue coast en off hawk, pigs; and even a coos
so Interested !n Roosevelt tint I .
1 Captain Greene Mil take charge a that hid traversed beyond<< their proper ,1t
t went to Keokuk to see and hear hln
t pilot of the fleet at Punta Arenasal domain.
apl'ak. If he strikes out from the
out I'eb. Admiral Kians will as' 0r one
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shoulder for a postal bank in his message. \'I ;
FIn to Iii:u one of the Iloote of thr WIRELESS IN THE ARMY.
I will tote for him it I have a
q torpedo l>t.tu"itlJ which he will lead

chance. the way throiU'i the strait. The aituaS Experiments Prove That Messages MayBe Im aehI
; Pt "Whoop it np. my good. dear friend.
passage villl require about fortyisht Sent
: From
You are engaged in the most humanltarlan hours : Very Short Towers. ( 1

4 work of any man on earth today Wireless telegraph exerts: at the I i
Captain United States
Y as well as the most economic "There I Is nn danger !in passinthrough Omaha bare made '
discoveries
it move. We don't kneed more new m
money-too much now. You see. with the strait If you know the the wireless 8e'!.l which permit ofcornparatnely
chanpel." he said "It Is to all intents,
.
!, cheap silver coined In dollars at private long distance telegraphIng
:f;. mints that no one on earth can an inland boa Tbe water b deep and ;: from vets short towers, sari an
there are no heavjei It Is of
!; course
a tell from the ones made by Uncle Sam. Omaha (Neb) dispatch to the New
essential that the pilot know e'eryfoot York Sun
the has
country become inflated and
that is hurting no worse than the of the chanret"HAZING : : The new discovery will permit.amon ,

:> panic. ? other things, of telegraphing to and tae ftmou OrugCocot Crows, Plseatryle 1'lutaUoas,

p "Horses are selling here at $150 to OF ACTOR'S BRIDE. and between moving trains since towers Groin sad TfgeUM faros of U/w.aUi tnksUry M

..9 v'' d' $200 not worth over $75 to $100; overcoats How Fellow Players Paid Back HerHu&ban' of. only limited heights are necespary. L\DU RIPER, LAKE WORTH and IIli ai5Erroai iL},

and in our shop window
gowns are reacted
: $ Practical Jokes. : JaclioaTllU vU the
J $20 to $30, not worth over $5 to $10; Messages were 1''ntlsent over a
( )Its. Georgians Itullman of New distance of twenty miles'by using tow IXORIDA EAST COAST B1IUUY.
land in Iowa at $100 to $125, dear at
c: $.jO; in Kansas $75 to $100, dear at $25. York city went to PittsburR; recently) ers less thin twenty feet in h i';bt

f Our people are crazj.- to marry Edward )Iaunt>j. an actor The experts believe' tins distance tanbe

"When Bill went to college pap gave and after the ceremony she had a lot lengthened; very matOrfullwithout

him money enough to take him of trouble, gays a Putsburg tpecial to Increasing the height of the towersCASTOR .

' 11 through. He blowed It. Pap pumped the Nework Times. Mr. Mauney is> --- -----

a in more. Bill blowed it again and one of the princrpal comedians in Rob

55 pap kept right on pumping in till he inson's "Night Owls." in which company IA A

was tired. Then he went down to see
are also Terry McGovern and For Infants and Children. For of W.
eopr
what was all the trouble. He kicked .tlht book, "East tact ef Ilort .", brat

.. Bill through the glass front of a saloon Young Corbett. Manney has been a The Kind You Have Always Bought t P'auakr norU. ..1 otkw tateraatba, aMreu nap of

and wiped up the sidewalk with practical joker, and the bride paid the a. L PARKOTT, J. P. 811111
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him. penalty Bears thSignature vt.r'.. a 6 -.. u....... .,.... ....... 4Lt.a.BUUa,

j- "If Uncle Sam, Instead of pumping On the stage Manney and Charles of bT. ArGl. TL E. "LA.

i;1. ju more money every time the Wall Robinson make up as Jews so that

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Major Sidney Herbert, who has con 1DNDREDS : Mysterious Disappearance Cures Woman's Weaknesses. ..
: OF R '
:: : : :lOB tributed so many interesting articles (Fernandina Record.) We refer to that boon to weak,nervous, ..

"s sh.r"r t- I on various subjects to The Savannah offering women known as Dr. PUrce'f
;. ; JILL
George LaFortune for many Favorite Prescription. of

5. ..s: $jAmFLOfflllAa 'News celebrated his seventy-fifth boatman in the waters of Nas Dr. John Fife one of the Editorial Staff

birthday at his home in Maitland, Fla. of TH: ECLECTIC MEDICAL REVIEW says
< on December 10th. Referring to his of Unicorn root (Hetonkw Dioica) which
:* "'fW BiIf Done, Towards the De. disappeared, and his is one of the chief Ingredients of the 'Fa a r
life he says: "I have,seen the birthof a Simple! Bonn Prescription
., is beyond the discovery Tents PreIcrlptJOD.A :
wto... tofttePralmli.Petersburg's thousands of modern improvements Now who remedy which InTarltttr acts as antertne -
ia
the time when the \ have been In search of make for normal -
j : t.': bonding election and'inventions; was early in the telegraph busy: and the patent medicine his body for the past several ioTicorator of the entire reproductive system.actirltr *
and railroad business as :wellas 'actarera the harvest He continues"la Helonias we bare a medicament -
reap ,
=Wf1 be held on Tuesday February 4th. He has been a tradesman In which more rally answers the bon
.. editorial harness; was a memberof are ia taken to dress warmly purposes Own anti other drug vtth. icMe I amacquainted.
":_'11ae.Deland Record says there are he; feet dry. This is the advice and a freighter of lumber and In the treatment of diseases pe-
the first Y. M. C. A. (Boston) hi old eminent authority who & water cellar to women It is seldom that a case Is
these for
1fiJ"" .atJeairtrtnlrty ''thousand boxes of courses a
America, and then the second (New rheumatism and kidney trouble sera which does not present some Indication
i of years, and it is stated by for this remedial avenk Dr. Fife further
$ and grapefruit yet to be shipped
4qorange: York) association. I am the only is here, and also tells what to do says: The following are among Use leading
.t't.-.o; ; from'.the groves In the vicinity of of aD attae" I who were familiar with his cir Intionsfor13elontasUnicorn root! Paia
manwho became an expert operatorof I or aching in the baek.with.leneorvbara:
Deland.i Get from that he
: :._ any good prescription possessed a con atonic(weak)conditions of the reproductive
c .. the Morse, and the House and the macy one-half ounce FluidEztract ble ,sum of money which he al- orcans of omen. mentii depression and Irritability. E
il.tf._ Rollins,College.will have a. fine library Bata telegraph, and am now the old, lion, one ounce Compound Kargon associated wittf chronic diseases of
kept In his boat or upon his per- the reprod Un qfrans of women:constant
h ,- as.: President Blackman has succeeded est operator living." ounces: Compound Syrup sensation beat n the region of the kUl-
( in raising the $20,000 necessary Mix by shaking in a bottle and Den:menftrrfaarli (fioodlne).due to a weakened
The stores Messrs. teaspoonful after meals and at con/lUon of/the reproductive system:
.to of R. B. Brown Monday morning of last week
supplement Andrew Cariiegle"1doniUtin ammo ressed or absent monthly
and J. S. Baldwin at Callahan were Just try this simple was anchored in the mouth period .... rum or accompanying an
> .,, tare at the first sign of i abno condition of the dlgvsttre organs
rntered by thieves Wednesday night your back aches or you feel t that river and there it remained and 1/zmlc thin blood) babit: dragging
t I :: IteY.,Joseph'' Norwood, a member of sensftions la the extreme lower pan of the
the last. Mr. Baldwin's safe was blown neys are not acting just right. last Sunday when the attention abd onsen.*
{ Florida Methodist Conference and said be Ins of the above STroptomsaFe.
to a splendid kidney lt more or -
the charge being of sufficient force to police here was called to the
fr;> for three years a faithful mission and almost certain remedy for prgni, no n 'a'a
; almost completely wreck it, but no I II of rheumatism, which is caused the boat had been there for r thin take Dr. fierce s Javgrue
worker in Tampa fell dead in his '
I money Is said to have been taken, al- :acid in the blood, which the week in midstream, andap- 1're 1 I J 0 o. iing ngrt-
' attack enSolwEicliis Unicorn root or LTelonias.
tl home last Friday morning from an -
though a considerable quantity of merchandise fail to filter out. Any one can there was nobody on it. Upon and the medical properties of which it
of 'apoplexy. pare this at home and at small .
most faithfully represents.Of
is missing. We have beetunab'.e Chief of Police Davis:
Druggists in this town and Golden Seal another
root prominent
W C.' Cannons Is pmestrawlng the to ascertain Mr. Brown's loss. when shown the prescription, to the boat. and. as surmised. Ingredient "Favorite Prescription,"

f DeLand' Daytona road Where it is no: Prof. Finley Elllngwood M. D., of Bennett
px Mr. Baldwin's store appears to have they can either supply these I was on board, but everything

:;' shelled, so automobiles, etc., can use special attractions for thieves and or, if our readers prefer, they good order,, except the fact the Medical I College catarrrhill, Chicago In,disorders says: ot
wont
pound the mixture for them. I In all
Itwhile'the road Is shelled prfu
; being ,
i safe blowers, as his safe was blown to deck house door was open. I and general enfeeblf'mf'n'U Is useful

, ,t \ate subscription in Daytona paying pieces about a year ago and several Home-Coming Week at Davis after finding nobodj Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D., late of

: f lor same, and Mr. W. C. Cannons donating hundred dollars taken therefrom The The DeLand Business Lea the boat fastened the door bv Cincinnati-In relation says to of its Golden general: Seal effects root on: ,the

; one half the cost himself.-Vo- store has since been burglarized, but hold its first Home-Coming- of nails, and, coming back to that system it such men general u no meavine unanimity in age of about vpuiwn.wmrn It

: lusia County Record. fortunately the perpetrator of the latter Week on February 16 to 22, told several of the mysterious la all imfcxnaZIy debilitated regarded stiles." *s the tonic useful in

; .A rare flower is the Cattleya Trlan crime was caught and is now doing Invitations and printed of the owner of the Prof. R. Bartholow, M. D.. of Jefferson

Orchid and seldom seen in this coup. I. time in the penitentiary. Fernandlna now being sent out to all which aroused the interest of Medical-Vall1able College In uterine, says of hemorrbwe.Golden Seal menor-:

r. try Manager J.- B. Donnelly, over oa News. have Deviously been residents citizens. rhwl flooding) and congestive dysmenor-
t
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rboa(painful menstruation
a the Clarke estate not only has one of Land, and who may now be there was much talk about Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription faithfully

these plants, but has succeeded in inducing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe other portions of the state or nothing further was done represents and cures all the the diseases above named for which ingredients -

1 itto blossom and now has one Medicine for Children states. The DeLand Tuesday afternoon when Sheriff they are recommended. b

of the most beautiful flowers known to In baying a cough medicine for children take place February 1* to went to the boat, and, break-

show to visitors-Palm Beach News. never be afraid to buy Chamber and the annual Old Settlers' the door, made a thoiwiga
lain's The Mnst Valuaik Set of Yacht and Sot-
Cough Remedy. There is no dan-
Through the efforts of a committee :er from it, and relief is always sure to will be held on Wednesday, A pistol and'four' d' fuiUing Books tore Published

of' the Woman's Fortnightly Club of follow. It is intended especially for 19. This has been a great in money were the only things
RUDDERHOWTO
Palatka, appointed by the club to look coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, DeLandites for ,the past 20 except the things for use about
and there is better medicine in the
tl : after the Improvement of the city hall no DeLand the founder of the BOOKSOver
world for these diseases. It is not only a I
if grounds, a handsome fountain has certain cure for croup, but when givenas who is now a resident of Carleton says there were no boats have been built from the fines
in sailed hi
these books--Successfully
f been purchased and in a few days will soon as the croupy rough appears wilprevent Y., never fails to attend of foul play, but gives as his be- every printed clime anJ upon every sea-Full deUil
the attack. Whooping cough i is theory held by that La- drawing; of all pans showing what it is and
circular former many
;, te placed In the space reserved DeLandites now
.. not dangerous when this remedy is givenas how to nau it-Text extremely 1PIc.
for It directly in front of the maine different portions of the had accidentally fallen Into
directed. It contains
no opium or HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR S30K
entrance to the hall other harmful drugs, and may be given as once a year and grasp the and drowned.A fort trow nol;..bt Lark.any l.fcaiU.. (nmn all b_
sweep; Food laoag oM for a bq Ulc r tu tuiiniM I..
.p -. confidently to a baby as to an adult. For hands that are always
so
Two firms in West Florida have filed HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
e pale by Banner Drag Store and Titusville! Sad Accident
A fine boat for atterrooswdina knock ire ahiivt SIs
in In the United tended. The Business .. .,.or....
t petitions bankruptcy' Pharmacy. -v Ha.'-a w.a+f1tI."" 1001111;.bvors
Tuesday, the 24th at the home tau uJ of roopfeted beat.
decided to extend this hail rag i piau piclain
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States court at Pensacola B. L. Youe,

t: general merchant and turpentine operator Something New at Miami. and to Invite al! who have been O. B. Gause. at Double Run, a HOW Mod. TO fwmwful,BUILD rx-ia A RACING machuw, mr SLOOP' dfttgiwd; a prkvisas
occurred which marred in Aueiica AMa let AastralU; canto bwU|ma-
f : doing business at Cypress, Fla., I citizens of the town to again towmmtfc.

(Metropolis. 1 home" and see how those of the week in that set- HOW TO gUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
baa liabilities amounting to $18,000

and assets of about $2,000. Z. H. Hutto, Clad in the robe of a priest wear who have been residing here Two sons. of Mr. Frank simp4.ad tor..watt pwneti..L.bowing aatotor.. Several bow other toeoutnct.1aaoIInln plant

his hair time. The committee in and young Martin had called' HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
below
, a merchant of Graceville has liabilities ing long and flowing .
fine all aro'-nd mrinnr tmt abia..uen.
good
t I of $4,000 and assets of $800. his shoulders, with a long jet black Chris. O. Codrington, V. home of Mr. Gause and while ikilrr; suiUUe It*.wiailn*"it r.. ; c

beard and riding bicycle -C and J. Frank Alldis, who are in the yard the seven year old HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
t\ a a man >
Grand Island truckers are in the elrm It-tie niLc IJ burnt,with nodorat! orwkaag KMaaall
have 151)I. middle age appeared on the streets ing out invitations to all Mr. Martin in fun picked up a iul pkn.
this
swim season. They HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
rifle it
and at the back
pointing
. in the sweet and succulent English : this morning, his garb and personal can be obtained. Eaw to....t4e"ntbinRatnirt. Oja.ttiecyanfa.by
acres
a'A year old Shatter Reeves play- to befui with; i The is said to be extremely appearance attracting general atten
pea. crop HOW TO BUILD MOCEL YACHTA
Long Live the King! said, "I'm going to shoot you.
Hon. rompMe des rpt OII of bow to build a modal;alao CJM>
I. fine and picking has begun. A is the instance the fired and at Ua Bird ia Mui..-uouela.PRICE _
opular
"I Schrader cry throughout gun young
am Bishop he said *
: e continuance of the present mild and
countries; while in America the l
dropped to ground and ex $1.
weather with a high market priest of the Holy Catholic church of the present day is "Long live EACH

I'agreeable will cause the energetic truckers to Washington and I arrived here last New Discovery, king of throat in two minutes, the ball having PREPAID BT CXPACSS NTWMtMC
Havana. I remedies!" of which :Mrs. the spinal column between Bound in oth-Gold Jetterin*-Size cf pa g.
olghtfrom am
stopping
reap rich rewards for their labor.- Paine Trnro :Mass. 9 by n inches-Lar e,ciearlylrawn plans
blades.
:
si N. 323 Eighth street. says The sad acci
I", Tavares Herald. fails to give immediate relief and cast THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
a gloom the entire
over com-
.i Bishop Schrader then talked about Iy cure trough: or cold."- :Mrs. t MURRU STRUT New YORK. U. a. ASrwd
:Mr. Richard Cummmgs reports the is shared and especially were the two
. his church and his work. He is a opinion : by a majority
t- champion stock log of all Florida. It healer and -heals the sick and afflicted habitants of this country. New { deeply grieved as the chil 'atktssian's postal foe Library Catalogue of Soot ffff

' y was cut near Moccasin Slough by Mr. cures weak lungs and Sore : were first cousins.-Tavares Her (
by prayer and the laying of hands,
on all other remedies have (ailed; --
1 Hatchcock land owned b '
Robert on
;
4 t : making no charge for the some but troughs and roMs it'.. the only "

} the Cypress Lumber Co., of this city accepting donations. He said he had Guaranteed by Ruiner Drug;

::11 and will be brought to Apalachicoli Titnsville Pharmacy. 50e. The Price of Peace i-
1 >eon in Cuba about two months anJ Trial l-ottle free.Pensacola. F' The Sow r Bas
f1 It will ''be cut into boards. This l
where
had cured thousands of people while terrible itchinz: and smarting, inci- ';\ No Second chance
log is of cypress measures 40 feet in to certainkin: tliasm: is almost in-
\ Bank ii Good sense Fay3 make the moot
there, many of his cures being instan Chamlfr- .
allayed by applying ofthenr
length and is 72 inches in diameter at
l taneous. A Pensacola dispatch to Salve. Price 2c: <.%nt. For sale b\

i the small end. This huge log contains ""Th only difference between the Union on Wednesday says: Plinnnary Banner I>rug Store }1 FER V'S

i 11,562 feet, board measure, and is probably all drn-i-t i;
Holy and the Roman Catholic church. .\ reorganization of the p .
the largest stick of timber ever SEEDS
said Bishop Schrader, "is that the Bank and Trust Company
For Over Years 9 .
'j cut in Florida.-Apalach'cola: Item ia Sixty PjF ban made and kept Frrry's sewi toni
priests of the former are permitted t.) an infusion of new bloo.1 n.,s the largest in the wutW-merit tella.
the Pensacola Journal. : Windows'! Soothing Svnip has et Fsm'm Seed Annual tot 1908 '
; marry, while those of the latter are essary: by the speculations uil for over sixty years by :lIih'JII! {. Mlthwbol;Svd.tOrT :sent' FREE for t?

About three years ago the Dunne riot Th? Holy Catholic: church has ase or many thousand dollars .! '? for their rfiihtivii while te'th I I + T tv>:kjig. i>t1 sow swOs PU yixi get ID. \. ?*

J I lon Phosphate Co., brought suit in tli_> ;-oanoction whatever with theeo ier C. C. Scxdareore, I with jtrftnt rueee-s. It soothe* the M.KRRT S CO..Dunn.Mict.
I l, s"f">n!= thf put:*. a"'av' all !iciifi,
court in this county against ,u Catholic church'" teen Irt'Mu.rt I I
1 1' circuit < n O. L. Bass I wind colic, and i i is tlw Inrt reim-iiy I

: the A. C. L. railway for unreasonable Bishop Si-hauler far the present will and was suceeet!{'J by T. A. diarrtui-a. It will relieve the f*tI.r 1 i i

charges on pbo,:phate shipments In excess '. otf '.o un.e to healing: ana later a w-jalthy naval sto::.s factor. -n !:'r\") :nlill.'j.h'' .....;:t; hydr, ,:.: ; <.1.\;':!,, i, 30 VFr FC':
I .. ..f itcwo,'li!, l-'H"'
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of the rate 2xt\l hy the railrja 'a n--jy i;old se:.iC\5. He will ta.avur JHn!;an of MiK! -n was eI ] "
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"" :. : : ;; -:\ aurt a..io. r
commission.: The case has beEn' PC.- :*. to 1; "';? al! who are afflicted i-:'siJefit a!: a t.hf. '. \\11.-;' G .. I: ': : '.\'tu:'." .sod f1f

11 tIed by the A. C. L. raying to the Dn.ncllcn .:- '!id in neo-1 1 ot dealing. His remuc- It beconr- ''u"t'"li ''it fo. > : 1' "'"..r : ... : n't-+..i 11I'r '

).al -;:..1 l Phosphate; (i)., $33.000: and th" ,'raiica win: be entirely in gifts. Kin that v :u-a t'-c :::: ortat 'i
: ,i ii'i-i her I01'.S" j
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dismissed at the : -- -- -- -- tassiier: : ; ,
suit was presen was r. ;ii' p-j : sic that ,j jfa ,

term cf Ju-se Ru'.lock's: court. Col.! Tho Joyof large aniouut-; u.-. .eam :j I : :. TRACE h artitsDFStcns

O. T. Green of this city, general coan ljviic4; in t.. It4vi ::<*nl .. .&:th. T.-e Ht.'t"hillt I from the bank depositors; MOTH MFER : rfv'' CnPYfGWTS&C.

sel for the phosphate company an.! anti you wilt have l us-l! ?f J'yY to allow their n."'r j to j l. Anw'r.o-n'UnlC lI"etrb era daapMN'n: : may
..ii !It>t..l not be !else! fr tful ami! '1"\\t' I uiitth : ili!i Pl-if-! -' '. ,, '
Bell of Jacksonvillewere institution \ Ir..n'r ii. -i-r-t!: :
Bisbee & .
Messrs. .. .' r,.'r.r r- .hat. ;: i hFt! rvn i,trt. .
that bal t-i, e ill y< nr n ootl It. Try aiwttle rtrte, t- ? i i.,. : f'.1 I:. ; ;
the attorneys for the Dunnellon! = \moanrme:1t was made .111'' ,. ., I .. m: : t'atcnts,...
'f I1- r '( w. a ,* 1t v" mre f..rail I\\ % m : :1"T Rrly\ t t ITt"; I 4 : -t "; : :ff unuc pat..n
company-Ocala Star. liver "tJlUp\| : t< !l !II.HI.! .\"-.tinr"'i.1" ihst whi'e the shortage i3 nl.I.I'r.' _, '" ', ,:,: I : wiutr', turn e. tB n&o Co. rectlv
i aarrii.liir :l::',' J"e-nl Iii"" :to
"I tiave I Herlim f. !
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probably not :
Mr. Homer T. Weltch route agent of a VMU, a>ul( fi\.lu a line rr;:ulator. I .di"n I...".Irr works,.4'It'c'H"n sit; : Jfscrlcas.
$;;.'''''). owing to the fact i'l.irk6till. ".&
t the Southern Express Company., stat :jvlly!; nciitnenl I it a.- :L tin' inedidneSiotr !: A hand..timely Blnstnifed! wpokiy. Ij rcp!"t rlraiarion -
f"r .''v"a :0\11.1 Ii.- n.um'r Dnlg; a-casts of stocks and bonds : of atyoctet's- j"Bmal. Term. f3 a
1 that the vegetable express i iI
ed tolay year: trwroioc'bsrL; : br.nnewsdesier'
i fitn-vilV Phariu.n-v!
train, which leaves here daily at -' a.iu sion of ScaJamore were ; I f!Uhf & HO 331Bro3laT. New York
the addition >
bunk in
5 o'clock for Jacksonville, making inter ani $ i Branch Uffice. C5 F H.WashUiirton.I'.C.

I be collected from the in ", -.:.:.-. --........:. \
mediate stops at a'.l shipping pointsin pany in which he was bonJ IJ .". iUe Ue' "'tIuc',...'
the county is doing a good business j +.. n Lei ;j
T utt'sPilis mere is still at his home in THE LUJC3
averaging 3,000 crates of produce dai and is endeavoring to adjust 4 ; 1.1D CURE

ly. The most of the truck: is beans r.f 4r'i e r
with the bank.

.j egg plants and peppers. Tomatoes stimulate the TORPID LIVER ------- ,M .K I UTC wa ite as big a roo>e as you? I VITH irs King'sNew
I are moving slowly owing to the set Strengthen the digestive organs, Carrie Nation : Yes EJ cluld. U YOU Uon't use

: ;. back received by drouth but the shipments regulate the towelsardcrc un- certainly mashed a hole in the WHITE SOAP.
equaled as anANTIBILIOUS of Kansas: but IJaUard's:
I are on the increase daily. At Magic on soiled parts leave them In Discovery I
MEDICINE Syrnj La smashed: all r>cords: !) hour. No bo uc ; no washboards" ;
present the train goes through to New for coiiirhs. bronrhiti, l" .. bickache.t ;rou use MAGIC WHITE
the art In malarial districts their virtues \ *. WiU iron easy a*majio: has no rosin PEICEc
at which point cars monudi't'a>es.' T. C. 11- I FOR COUCHS & JI.OOL
Smyrna in rellow oan.: Get
I ;your Grocer to order
are widely recognized, as they
by train No. 2S. On and possess Kansas: writes: "I have nt. send c* J4 (O for 1 box of 100 5c. cakes. Trial Bottle free
taken on peculiar properties in freeingthe medicine that wonKl cure a : I pay I or Xreiihu Save the erayiers, AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUE2: IS.
7, he says the train will system from that poison. Elegantly .
after January Ih1lml' Ih I
quickly as !!
sugar coated. -KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld GUARANTEED SATISFACTOSYOR
on through to Jacksonville.-Miami 1 have UMH! it for years." :S<>I
t go Take No Substitute. :: MONEY REFUNDED.
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.; THE FLORIDA\ STAR Orange Market Way Down '

i ; The Florida orange market showsa THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA

<.: Entered econd-clacs at the postoffiee mail at matter.Titusrille. u decidedly different state of affairs.

ThiS has been an exceedingly disastrous -

;,' SUBSCRIPTION aiM PER ANNUM season for the Florida fruit.
the Terrors of
The! New York Produce News has Escaped
'. .7 .Advertising Bate. Furnished oa
;' Application. been informed by its Florida repre-

a KUU B.Wager Editor aod hbllaher.PUBLT8HEn sentatives that the fruit here now is w1-; Many Winters By.

4 t ; in very fine condition and that from

EVERY FRIDAY MORNING now on nothing but good fruit wouldgo \ Using Pe-ru-na.

there, but the quality of fruit going ..*% IM IA
When is a man rich? A Canadian TN peaking of his good health and ex
there leaves much to be desired.A A
v \3
judge says: "A man is rich only '::4+' 1 treme old age, Mr.Brock I&Y'I
of it is Offerings
good portion rotten. $
> > "After a man has lived In the worldu
when he has more than enough to -
have been fairly heavy while
'k.i long as I have, he ought to bar
meet every legitimate claim that can the; market is dead dull. There seems !!{ .},. .vi::J: }'fenli:::.. found out a great many things by ex

be made upon him." would to be no demand for the Florida fruit. \\"f Attribute my 4 perience. think I have done ao.

7 seem to come very near to coveringthe As an evidence of the poor qualityof 1 Extreme Old K i hiI \j jj "One of the things I have found
entire satisfaction the
the ground. a good deal of the fruit, the boardof j out to my
:=; thing for ailments that an
t health was compelled this week to : r, Age to the UsN' proper
.. I due directly to the effects of the
of the presidential seize lot of fruit after it had been .. ''}.
In the matter } ''
a F': >'a .
have wltb-
Pe-ru-na. ....:..::.::i climate. For 119 years I
'. nomination some of the Washington sold at auction. One lot of 250 boxes >.(Ya;...: of r..Rt..... rAIRY. A1 stood the changeable climate of

s correspondents think that they have was repacked and resorted and it was ; the United States."I .

;m: detected a significant co-operation only possible to get 100 boxes of fairly have always been very healthy

of Vice-Presi- good fruit out of these. The fruit man,but,of course,subject to the affections -
*= among the supporters sudden
due to
which are change
showing a good portion of decay has
dent Fairbanks and the supporters of in the climate and temperature."As .
been sold at of SOc. to $1.20
Speaker Cannon. This would not be a range for Dr. Hartmans remedy,
Both candidates need while fancy fruit has not been bringing Pe-ru-na, I have found It to be the

surprising.. over $1.40 to $2rf Indian River best,!!not the only reliable remedy

help. oranges when fancy, will bring$2.50 ... for these affections. It has been
to $2.75, and what fine pineapple oranges my standby for many years, and I
Colonel E. R. Gunby, the chairmanof I I there are sell for$3.25 tie top. .1 attribute my good health and extreme -

of the Republican county committeeof There are only a few of these and a :{ old age to this remedy.

Hillsborough county, one of the good portion of the crop had been "It exactly meets all my require
most prominent Republicans in Flor- shipped. ments. It protects me from the evil effects -
of sudden changes; it gives me
ida, and well known in most parts off .The Florida growers have certainly strength;it keeps my blood in good cir

the state, took occasion at the recent had a black eye there so far as their culation. I have come to rely upon it
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Republican convention in Tampa to oranges are concerned this season. : almost entirely for the many little
.91 ; !i I i things for which I need medicine.
The had high ideas as to
g hand out a red-hot roast to the federal growers "When epidemics of la grippe first be.
what their fruit should bring. A let- ::
4 office holders all over the state ;. gan to make their appearance in this
.
who are trying to perpetuate their ter was received by a dealer there ; 1 country 1 was a sufferer from this dis
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from Orlando in which the shipper cibtX ease.
hold upon the offices, after which he I "/ had several long sieges with
wanted to sell some fruit for $1.80 a
I::
put on his hat and marched out of' box f. o. b. That is more than the the grip. At first I did not know
" the hall. It is generally considered that Pe-ru-na was a remedy for
fruit would bring there on the pres-
this disease. When I heard that
i the leading inducement for being an ent market. Receivers look for no
active Republican in Florida is to beeligib'1e do believe la grippe was epidemic catarrh
improvement. They not
::r I tried Pe-ru-na for la grippe and
for federal office. This be- that there will be any time this sea- found it to be Just the thing."

ing clear, why should Colonel Gunby son when the general run of Florida In a later letter, Mr.Brock writes:

expect those who have secured a oranges will bring much over $2. At I "I am well and feeling as well as I
,
4 good strong pull with their party be the prices at which the fruit has been i have for years. I would not be without

'_ willing to turn loose the same with- selling this week there is practically I Perana'Y ours truly,

nothing left for the grower. The Mr. Isaac Brock Years Old Last Birth
out a struggle? ng ay.
freight by steamer averages 52 to 60 c'W 4{
BROCK,a citizen of McLennan I
cents and by rail 65 to 70c. When ISAAC ,Texas,DM lived for 119 years. Born before the United States were 1
z Questionable AdvertisingIn formed. A letter dated July 3,1906,written for
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'jt the cost of packing and labor is fig- For many years he resided at Bo que
Saw 22 presidents elected.Peruna Mr. Brock by his wife, Sarah J. Brock,
Falls,eighteen miles west of Waco,but ,
commenting on the publishing ured in there is very little if any- has protected him from states:
now lives with his son-m-law at
Valley
t of liquor advertisements the Washington thing,left for the grower. One dealer :Mills,Texas. alt sudden changes. "Last winter I had Just gotten

who has just back from flor- Veteran of tour wars. up out of a spell of sickness, when
n County (Fla.) Verdict says: got Some time ago,by request.Uncle Isaac
"We note that one of the newpapersin ida says that it is his honest belief came to Waco and fat for his picture, Shod Always a horse conquered when the 99 yean grip 'with old. I commenced taking Peruna. I

that there boxesof holding in his hand a stick rut from the think It Improved my health very
are over 1,000,000 Pe-ru-na.
the carries liquor ad-
county now "
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of General Andrew Jackson.Mr. much.
oranges left in the state. What grave ; Witness in a land suit at the age
vertisements turned down by other .Brock is a dignified; old gentleman, of 110 In a postscript,Mrs.Brock adds: "He
is going to become of these is a question bowing few signs of decrepitude. i years. receives a letters
papers in dry territory. The Verdict 1 Believes Pe-ru'na the greatest great many inquiring
that he says will be hard to de- IIU family B.h!"i has turned down of this t
advertising show that the date of his birth
termine. it was troubles. answer them all, as I think they can
character which would pay it$90 per written 119 years ago. :t. . --.............. .get a bottle and try it."

month by the year, during the past Progress on the ExtensionThe I

I thirty days. The people of Washington progress of the work on the i I Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1908It .

county, by a majority vote, say Key West extension of the F. E. C. _- -- -

that no liquor shall be sold in the R'y. from Long key to Knights key, is said the united Democracy may

I county. We contend that neitherthe from which point the P. & 0. S. S. win. We hope victory does not depend

Verdict nor any other paper published line expect to operate their Key West entirely on harmony in our ranks. D

f : in dry territory has the legal and Havana steamers at an early All the World THE NAPES ,
date is proving most satisfactoryand
: or moral right to act in the capacity i1i a stage, aj.d nl\lar.l'l Snow Liniment
,
; ,. of it will not be many days before plays[ a 1I..t prominent le+rt. It has no
: soliciting agent for mail order
'j trains from the mainland will be in siijterior f,r rht-ninalisns..plljcnuts,'Utl, D
whiskey dealers by publishing their an-1 l all tains. it amittii FERTILIZERSSend D
t operation to Knights key. Of this sprains l ( Buy_ it, try ,
\ Mill xlwath' MM-It \tnbOohwho
'" ads. at any old price. So we turned work the Key West Citizen
*" says: : has used nall-ini' MIUV\ Liniment is a
,c.f ours down, and "we need the money' "Reports from Knights key say living I'l,,wif i.f what it dews. Buy a'rial 7 for of Vegetable a
one our Pamphlets and
4 bo\ltlt" ;23c 50c and $1 00. Sold see
;:tV too. Several papers in dry towns that the railroad work i is progressingnicely 1[(.inner HI iUK, Store and Titn \'iile! I'har-by p/ from the reports there made what good results

. throughout the state are running and it is confidently expected "nucv. were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this

l that the first train will I year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It contains )
il. these ads.: and it is about time the sanger; : -
legality of it was questioned. come through the 25th. 0. A. STEWART mH\\ 3, lots of valuadle information. Apply to )
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: .' "Never in the history of railroad t$ E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville

construction has there been such Jos. Paxton u
a Rockledge
Homicides and Prohibition I
ft rush a.-is now on. Even the laborer FIRE 4I J. M. Sanders, U Cocoa

What effect is prohibition going toil feel that they must help make good A. T. Patillo, U Osteen

, -.. have on crimes of violence? This i it isI the promise of the engineers and nol Insurance S. Bergmann, ti
Merritt d
t I Pi- a pertinent question in view of the a moment is lost. d ,

t t many homicides that are charged to "Each day the results are greater TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Q or to J. R. TYSEN Jacksonville

; the account of intoxicants. than the day before and gradually I t D

i t It is believed that whiskey has I the gap i ii being leaned. I represent some of the leading I I

I- :- much to do with the number of homicides "The completion of this work companies of the world and
any i
.e; and there is no doubt that the means a daily mail for Key West, fh"'"' f' IT 'IT
t and it will shorten the trip to Jacksonville business entrusted to me will receive ..1ti-e.iia./a..r'P'"r't"lI
belief is well founded. Why then i is
fully twelve hours. prompt an careful attention t
,t it that there are so many homicides I t Mail Orders for
"Besides, we will know when this
[ ; in prohibition counties? The reason, is what the
completed; prospects are I 1
J. is that in those counties men buy intoxicants -: for the immediate construction of BOBBINS I i 4 lj
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by the jugfull, and, having the road to Key W *t." GRAHAM I Wedding Presentsare

;' ,.ti. a quantity, they drink themselves into ""
A Record BreakerIt CO.,
. intoxication sooner and oftener

than where they can get them by the is said that the greatest and quickest (Incorporated. Paid no Capita $25.000.n 1 3

:: drink. permanent advertising success on This company owns landsin given special attention by '
record is that of Cascarets, candy ca- )
". The only remedy in sight for this thartic, which have been persistently irv.ontheM the Indian. Lncie Hirer River(onn-, THE H. & W. B. DREW l

!; condition of affairs is to prevent intoxicants advertised in every way, but chiefly in at New Fiver anti on Biscay ] CO. j

j from being shipped into the newspapers for about ten j ears. In ne Bay. JACKSONVILLE
FLA. d
that time the sale of Cascarets has i ,
-j prohibition states or prohibition PRICES TO SUIT THE TIM KS. I
_ grown from nothing to over one million d. who carry a large and varied stock
counties. Would that be an effective
;: t boxes a month. This wonderful record Send for land list.
'f.r remedy? It would be effective if intoxicants -I is the result of merit successfullymade
great .
OFFCEBAT: 1 I
could be kept out, but is it known. Those who tried Casca- Gift Books. Pictures, Leather Goods
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V possible by means of law to keep them t I rets as a direct result of advertising' TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. Fancy Goods of I
fl all kinds
and recommended the
were pleased ar-
? That be answered
out question can WAXTED-Serood hand bats and burlap _
ticle to their friends, until its fame was .
j only by giving such a law a trial. (. spread to become univ ersal. i any freight kind RICHMOND;any quantity BAG; anywhere CO.,Ricbmond\;we pay. r7'.r":.. ... ...... _'. '.-... _--...;:. '.r...;.,....r.r," ..'7"4"' .. :"' .)I ,.iEJ.i"

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'r"? iHs OF THECOMMISSIONERS J.P.Brown,care of courthouse ground 30 00 Brevard County School Board ",-

,....'.,.., ", TitnsTille Elec. Lgt. Co.,light.B.--50 *la
'y J. N. Waller, wood for jail....._ 1400 The board of public instructionmet rl

4... ':8. W. H. Parker, repairs to court house Monday, Jan. 6th, with full

::.... :"''<: 't1 I and j .fl.......?...___......__ 365 board present.
:{;.:. .\u;?: wBrevard county commissioners B. R.Wilson, med.service to prisoner 100 The minutes of the last meetingwere Absolutely .

.;-'.1,,1. '..fMit-<. _the court house in Titusville@iJe1iS W.L.8. Brady Branning&Bra merchandise mdae. for for jail jail.-_ 11Eo 100 read and approved. Pure

./ ;; 1908, at2:00p.' m. Present, B.J. Dunham snpt. of county home_ 40 00 Treasurer's report for _Dec. was 'Sui
2 'f"\V; : Al Conkling, chairman; J.M. Os- E.C. L.&S.Co.;lumber for co. home 7 34 found''' correct and redeemed war- feu i i a

-" : i.f' 11, ::A.'.Robinson and T. J. Cock- E. W. Dunn.cook for county home.. 1000 rants cancelled andfiled..

f..f >3liutt. andJ. R. Miot, with A. A. J.B.Walker& Co, mdse. for co. home 7 95 i FINANCIAL @UU.JtY. .
; -- '' E.L.Brady&Bra, mdse county home 53 94 .
:tfl Stewart, clerk; J.P.Brown, sheriff. W. S. Branning, mdse. for'co.home_ 100 Warrants.. outstanding last report_ f 9,088.68
: },. ',The minutes of the last meetingof G.F. Darer meat for county home__ 4 60 issued this meeting__ 24J32J4 From Grapes, .

'11 '. the board were read and approved. Julius Kline, adse county home...... 1602J. 11,320.82

,'l"-" The treasurer's report was received .P.Brown conveying B. Blatchford Warrants paid in Dec. __ 2, 6986 the most healthful
to county home ..__.__, __.____. 500
i ?4 and checked up and paid warrants Warrants now outstanding_____ 9,05096
:,< W.McCnllough, burying Joe Baker 1000 Total cash on hand..._____ 20167 : .pf fruits comes the
destroyed. The Fla. Star, pub. annual license report ;

County warrant No. 12,789 issued etc.________--!___________ 12 67 Deficit in funds...__ ___ 8,849.29 .
December 3, 1907, on the road fund A. A.Stewart, attending on ct. court, ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. I. chief ingredient of

in favor of J. M. Osban for fall term, 1907.__.:..__.i_____ 24 99 County school fond. ...
$58.56, A.A. Stewart, attending on ct. court, Teachers'salaries___________fl,460.00 :
,having been illegally issued, the same spring term, 1907___---._ 12 SO John B.Walker salary supt.'for Dec. 73.00 I. BAKING
is cancelled and the clerk is instructed I J.P. Brown, attending the body of J. E. B.Arnold, per diem and mileage. 17.20 PAVAI

'' to write across the stub of said Baker with cor___________.__ -- 5 00 G.S.Singleton per diem and mileage 12.20 r
: warrant in red ink, cancelled Jan. 6, Louis K. Myers, coroner at death of A.J.Carter, per diem and mileage.. 9.80J. 1 POWDER ;
Joe Baker __________________ 420A. R.Walker,frght, poetg., exp.,etc. 315 <<
1908, the same having been illegally .A. Stewart, tax redempt___....... 1 40 Ind.Riv. State bank, Int. for Dec... 17.72 The only .
issued. A. A.Stewart, warrants from tax assessor Brev. Co, State bank, int. to date__ 19.64S. ; baking powder ,p. ..

County warrant No. 1,198 issued to tax collector _________.. 120 J.Stone, wood, etc, for No. 103__ 19.23E. made from Royal 1r
Dec. 3,1907, on the fine and forfeiture A. A.Stewart, cert.copies for sheriff 150 C. L.&S.Co., material for No. 22 7.31 .,
W.S. Wallace, repairs for No.22____ 5.00 Grape Cream
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fund in favor of J. N. Waller for Q. L Mandaville, telephone at jail 7 50 :
Hodgson Bros., repairs for No. 22.._ 5.48 a
$7.50, having been illegally issued ROAD FUNDE. Peter Bertelson sundries for No.27_ 1.55S. V of Tartar I'e
C. L.& S. Co, lumber,---------- 400 N .'
the same is cancelled and the clerk is F.Travis& Co.,sundries, No. 16 14.40
instructed to write across the stub of F. P. Ziy, expenses buying co. mules. 58 50 J. Pritchard &Son, sup,, etc, No.6_ 8.10 II! '" ,
J. D. Ennis, setting np wagons_____ 4 25 Geo. B. Gardner, sup. No. 1_________ 5.00J. ,'
said warrant in red ink, cancelledJan. Mrs. Kate C. Wiethuchter shell in the ', :. /ate/
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R. Rouse, wood No 16__ ________ 6.00
6, 1908, the same having been north mound_________________ 600.00 G. F. Daren, janitor, No. 6_________ 6.00
: illegally issued. The above warrants E. L.Brady & Bro, feed of males____ 5160 Ed Kingstoue, painting shed No 16. 10'00 Costs a little more than the injurious alum .

: were destroyed. Vehicle &Harness Co., wagons._____ 27150 A. B. Vance, erasers ______________ 1325 or phosphate of lime powders but with
The bill of Philip W. Roberts for Fla. E. C. R'y.Co., frght on wagons 3810 John Henry,com. as treasurer.46.64 e 0 O Royal yea are sere of pure healthful food.
ROAD WORK DIST.VO. 1. Trans. for teachers,attendanceteach- .
conveying Richard Blatchford to the J.M.Osban, road work______________ 1800 ers' association __________._____-: 168.00H. ,dam s s o I.
county home is turned down on account ROAD. FUND DIST. NO.2 E. Wakefield.janitor No 16____ 7,00
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of being,excessive.Tax Chas.Stewart, road work____________ 15 00 John Henry, typwrtg.min. for I'ub.2.00
collector's list of poll taxes C. D. Provost, road work _____________ 13 50 E. C. Advocate, pub.finan.statement 2.00

collected during the month of De- Joe Davis, road work_____________ 1000R. Transportation of pupils._________ 215.00 TOAD OF ANCIENT TIMES. ]I rock where Rameses was found revealed -
A. Conkling, road work as deputy Special Tax School Dist.No. 1. nothing In the way of a fissure
cember, 1907, for the year 1907, ___________________
overseer ._______._______________ 1650E. Tt'achers'sa1aries 15.00 that could bare been made before the-
Liberated Blast I. Prob
amounting to $33.00, was received. W. Harp, frght. on lumber etc.___ 17 65 John Henry,.com.astrcas._________ .47 ably Lived by Centuries, Barneses In Rock. sinking of the shaft and the be'lef! Is

Tax collector's report of licenses John Hopkins, road work __________ 1650J. Recalled to life after possibly three that the toad crawled into a crevice a .>
R. lathers&Son feed for mules 136 68 Total issue f 2,23214 prehistoric
collected during the month of De- centuries of innocuous desuetude in that closed after him-ixrhaps In
J.O.Simmons road work ___________ 4200 The treasurer is hereby authorizedand times at least so far as this
cember, 1907, amounting to $96.00 the rock ribbed earth Harness 1.. an
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J. H.Lanier, road work 22 50 country Is concerned/ <
instructed to transfer the small ancient and apparently estimable toad
for the state and$98.00 for the
coun- I. L.Jonrnige3, road work________ 3280G. Dr. Ditmar said that he had Investigated -
now in a rotund jar on the i
balance of 60c. remaining to the reposes
ty was received. W. Damon. shell for co. road______ 27 60 desk of Dr. Ditmar, curator of the i the matter and had no reason to
-; Clerk's report of tax redemptionsand J. S.Stone, hauling ________________ 7 40 credit of special tax school districtNo. Bronx Zoological! park. in New York, doubt its truth.
purchases during the month of T.J. Shave&Co., team hire, etc._____ 165 00 1, after the payment of the war- and probably will be the subject of "There are no rifts In the rook at i
r.. December 1907 was received. R. E.Minis, Jr., shoeing 4 mules_____ 4 00 rants issued at this meeting on said much Interesting scientific InquIry. all. he said. and It is well known w
J. road work __________ 32 55 dark and
8.Shave, etc. that if a toad crawls into a
fund to the county school fund says the New York Herald.As .
Reports of Justices of the PeaceJ. W. P.Arnold, road work_________-__ 150 be for of his cold place, such as that where be was '
might expected one
: J. E. Reed, Wnu R. Roesch, L. K. D.J. Lanier, road work____________ 1920B. and to credit to the county school age, who was virtually dead for so found the ordinary functions of life

Myers C. H. NaumanandJ. M. Sanb Shirley,road work_____________ 3400 I fund all collections for delinquenttaxes long without knowing It, llameses Is a may become suspended Indefinitely.

-. ders were received. ROAD FUND DISC. No.4.E. that may be hereafter made, trifle nearsighted! and somewhat deaf This toad was found several hundred

Report of clerk of circuit court Geoffert, road work________________ 2100 and to charge to the county school but otherwise he seems to l>e healthy. feet below the surface of the earth. '
Abney& Abney, feed ________________ 3230 fund the old unpaid warrant of 65c. and he wiggles his feet and ears in and there I la no telling how long he
of fines and forfeitures in the circuit W.Williams, road work______________ 750 quite an amiable fashion. may have been' there. It might have
court during the month of December, G.Stahl, lumber_________________--_ 677 against special tax school district No. I Charles Van Zandt who owns a sil been 300 years or even more."

1907, was received. Geo. Chester,hauling_____________:_ :.'000 1, when' same is presented for pay- ver mine near Butte Mont, and Ed-

Report of county judge of fines EO\D FUND DIST. No.5. ment. I ward King, his superintendent, were pimples Most ,disfiguringskin rashes etc, are due eruptions to impure, scrofula blood.,
: and forfeitures in his office during Walter Carpenter, road work________ 2250B. Adjourned to meet the first Monday sinking a shaft seven months ago Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood
4 W.Osban, hauling_______________ 1690 in Feb. 1908. when they encountered Kameses as tonic. Makes you clear-eyed clear-brained,
the month of December 1907 ,
; was J.C Osban, ______________ 6875; be Is now called fully 200 feet below clear-skinned.
:A received. F. E.Stone, road work__________ 9 00 the -urface. lIe was cozily ensconced
:y: Communication of P. A. McMillan S. 1>. Knight. ____________ 900 LOTUSRev. In n pocket of rock the only crack In

relative to commission on tax assessment Obteen, ** ____________ 7 25 Adams held services here whkh had been caused by the minIng EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
received and R. R.Chandoin, ___________ 4600 operations. It was that fact that caus-
1906
Y was on mo- Sunday morning.
,
: i J. W.Osban ** ----_______ 2065 ed the surprise when they found the G. F.DtJBElf,Agent, ,;1
s tion the same is laid over until the Daniels, ________h__ 1775 Farmers are rushing in their spring toad was alive, although eexceedlnly; '

next meeting,and the board requestsMr. W.A.Green, feed for mules________ 55 76 crop regardless of the cold weather somnolent lie wan nearly blind then ..Jt

McMillan to be present at that T. A.Carlile, road work____________-- 2225 expected in February. from having been so long; in the dark } Florida and t

4 y session when action will be taken on SPEC. ROAD FUND DIST. No.4.E. but he was breathing. _
Messrs. Conklin Bisbee, Capron Having; heard theories of suspended 1
W. Hall, 1906 tax over paid treas.5 64
the same. WesternMeats
; Provost and others are setting out animation. Ir.8n Zandt took Ham-
Bond of N. H. Edens to carry a GAME WARDEN FUND eses to his Inborn warmed him up a
J P Brown salary as warden, 35.00 new groves, principally grapefruit.Miss -4
pistol was received and the board re- game hit and then deposited him In a jar "
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND. Eva Owen, of Georgiana, hermetically "ealed. He kept him so R
fused to grant permit on same.J. .
J. ft Brown, exps. in state vs. Will spent from Saturday until Monday until a few slays ng-:: ). when he scat
M. Osban is instructed to dis- McFjdden._____________________.__ moo very pleasantly with Mrs.C. F. Walk- him oa the Irou\ iMWle.; havIng of all Kinds, 1 F
., pose of the dump wagon and pur- J. C. Gi&ert, cnm. pros. in J. P.court 6 05 be<'ome thoroughly satisfied that
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chase a wagon to be used on the road N N 35 a, er.We the theory was platiMble.!
wcrk in the county. I J.)1. Sanders, .. 8 72 are having some very fine rainsof In the meantime examination of the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

: The board drew the jury list for Fred Fisher, witness 100 late and while it is a great benefitto
'j" "
Mayor Deel, witness j QQ
, truck gardening, it seems to have i
1908. B. R.Wilson, crim. pros. co. J's. Ct. 22 34 W/NrWNN .. .r.
.. .. caused a good to crack
The sheriff is instructed to have .N 2164J. many oranges

the clerk's office and an office for the P. Brown, crim. pros. in J. P. court 8 63 and drop.
44 com.on collections_____ 29 74 Mrs. Bristol of Washington D.C. '
state attorney and county judge'soffice ,
44 HARDWAREJas.
.... repaired according to recom- crim.pros.in eo.j"s.ronrt 5203; left for her home last week after :
1 J. P. Brown. feeding prisoners_...____ 166 00
: mendation of the grand jury at the spending a month with Mrs. Green.
{: On motion the board adjournedto
'Jt.' last term of circuit court. She is very much pleased with, Indian }
the first
meet again on Mondayin
river and especially Merritts island.
Bonds were issued to the following
--. February at 2 p. m.
1 : persons for carrying repeating rifles: The tomato market is very low for Pritchard & Son

:.4.< Edgar A. Freeman, C. H. Sharpe, A Memorable Day this season, owing, according to 'fj

; ', S. C. Graham, Edum E. Martin,J. B. One of the days we remember with market reports, of heavy receipts Handle the Finest Lines of

Y Rhodes, Wm. C. Peterson, Wm. R. pleasure, as well as with profit to our from Cuba. The bean market is

i: Campbell and F. M. Wilson. acquainted health, is the with one Dr.on which King's we New became LifePills showing an advance, as is also the Heavy and Shelf Hardware .

r'- The following bonds for carrying the painless purifiers that cure had orange and grapefruit market.
and biliousness and the bowel -- ..
pistols were approved and permits ache keep - -- -
25c at Banner Drug Store and Ti- I
righ. STATE OFOHIO. CIT\ OF TOLEDO
issued: Seth Rhodes, Wm. R. Camp- tusville Pharmacy. LtC\S CoUNTY. J SS. Our Stock of

: bell, F. M. Wilson, and J. B. Rhodes. FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that he is
The following vouchers were approved Weekly Weather Report. the senior partner: of the hrmof F.J.CHENEY Guns and Sporting Goods '
Co., business in the of 'Toled-i
& doing city ,
FLA. Jan. 14. 1908.
be JUPITER, ,
L ordered to
and warrants
county and tate aforesaid.and that said firm
;' drawn for Comparative statement of temperatureand I will pay the Mini of One Hundred Dollars for is complete at all times
same. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. each and every case of catarrh that cannot be ,
l' GENERAL FUND cured by the use"f ILI.SCATARRH CURE,
1908 1907 FRANK J. CHENEY. p..
J. M. Osban, county commissioner____$ 800 DATE. MIX. MIN. M\X. MIX. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
J. B.Miot, county comm'r and mileage 8 40 Jan. 8. 62 45 75 68 presence this 6th day of December,A.I).1SM>. '
t. .. .. 9. 68 53 72 59 Paipts and Oils of Quality
".,.;' :XL A. Conkling, "** "** .. .. 1 1100 80 .... 10. 72 53 70 58 {;;:;: [ \. W. GLEASON.
v T.A. Robinsra, 11. 74 62 73 54 -_} Notary Public.
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1- T.J.Cocbhutt .. 880 .. 12. 71 60 71 59 llaU's Catarrh Cure i- taken internally,and one of our Specialties ;
I- A. A.Stewart, accountant__________ 30 00 13. 67 59 60 71 acts directly the blood and mucous surfaces
14. 61 47 68 70
of the Send for testimonials,free. 1
_______ 400 system.
board
.f J.P. Brown waiting on Total rainfall for the week .58 inches. F. J. CHENEY & CO,Toledo Ohio.
for publication 500 rainfall for the week minus .13 .
A. A.Stewart, minutes Departure
for small orders will f i
inches. Quotations large or
and waiting
auditor on
.y A. A. Stewart, Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minue Itching piles provoke profanity, but pro-
bbard county commissioners------- 9225 .54 inches. fanity won't cure them. Doans Ointment be given personal attention. Mail Orders
.. John Henry, com. as co. treasurer---- 130 33 H. P.HABDIN. cures itching, bleeding or protruding piles after solicited and promptly filled '
of suffering. At drug store
to state Official in Charge. years any
John Henry, making reports I e
auditor_______________________ K : -
officer___ 1500 Stops earache in two minutes toothache or v..sTORtg.gars TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
c W.8.Norwood registration pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness tt, Kind VII Have nlwajs BasgH
C.Advocate, paper to copy min. for hour mnscleache, two hours
: E. one ; : sore ce
---------- 2S5 throat, twelve hours-Dr. Thomas Electric Sgutut! 1 d+# '
publication ------------- M. 'M WHN WNA' IN' YJ\ ll1W Wr
x" J.P.Brown;janitor._____________. 5 00 Oil, monarch over pain. 9 rf >> v
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'NEW YORK PACKER GIVES LATEST ORANGE COUNTY TO THE FRONT. !

QUOTATIONS. BEST_ FOR. THEBOWELS Concrete If want sweet music '
you
Building Mile, Block Wig :,

t :: Orange Market Shows Little If Any on Tracks.

Sign of provement-Vegeta. If you haven't a nr 1ar.fceilthr moTeneat of the The Orlando correspondent of the
bowela every dar.yoa'reenorwillbe. Kecpyou in home buy a
ble Receipts Light rowel open,and M well. Force,1m the shape of Times-Union says: your / ,
violent
pbytle or pill ;IOuoa.11 dugennis. Theemoothut
,_lea&.most perfect war of keepiac Road Commissioner Branham an% .
The New York Packer of Saturday Ut bo* U clew.Md clean U to takeCANDY "
his gang of men have begun the work
k; In a comprehensive review of Florida
CATHARTIC of laying the concrete block road
products; and prices, says:
which the county commissioners have
FARRAND ORGAN
.t t There was no noticeable Improvement
had-under process'of construction for
Y In the orange situation during
some time. The Idea of such road
a
tthe week. In fact If anything It was
track-for it is In reality a track-
worse, rather than better. The receipts .
originated with Commissioner H. W.
from Florida were quite heavy t
Dickson of this city, and he laid his
i caused, perhaps by the stipulation In
F i idea before the county board with such
the contracts of many of the buyers EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY II
PIM..&. Pml.t bl., Potent, TMte Good. Do force that they ordered enough of the \
that the should have the fruit
I growers Good Nerer SUi'.,Weaken or Ortp; 10.zS'aD4
blocks made to
: construct
M centi per belL Write for free sample,and book one mile of
(ti off the ground by the first of the yeai let on health. Addreia I
i33 the road. They are grooved blocks
I t Receipts Porto Rico fruit also increased Staling. ItaaedT Company Chicago or New York. \
i made of a cement and in shape not unlike H Hy
while advances
rr- and some KEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN
t a railroad rail laid on its side, only -
'. were made In some lines there was
: l much larger. They joined
are together
I. much Inferior fruit that could be -
FLORIDA PRODUCTS IN N.Y. at the ends by a mortise and l
-
; bought at very low figures.
:
.r tenon, and as both sides are alike, they
At the present there appears to be

,f. tao demand for oranges. Whether It Latest Quotations As Given By the can be turned over when one side Is I

I worn out by accident.
.J wear or The
Is because of the financial stringency
New York Packer.
grooves have rounded, sloping sides, '
Ito.: or because of the slow demand thatIf' .i.eu t

j.'. usually starts at about this time of the The New York Packer of Saturdayhas so that the wheels of wagons or au, 1 t fa t

the following to say about Florida tomobiles can be easily run out of
but both
is
i, : year a question, likely
1:' .causes contribute to the slowness that products on the New York market: them if occasion requires though

The with its usual the ideal would be to have double
holiday season way a -
To to this inactlv3ty
It :now exists. add -

! ? there is another drawback; that. of :ush and its usual stimulating influence I track. The experimental mile of

in prices apparently overlooked road is being constructed a mile out
1 k
:;; inferior qua'ty. This is especially

}f noticeable in the Florida offerings. the orange market. In fact. Instead of the Orlando city limits on the roadto

U1 t" .. 'There appears to be a fair demand of the usual advance in prices the Apopka. People Interested In the t

...5 1 -for the really fancy fruit, but It ist' orange people met the reverse and good roads problem from all over the 4

prices went off all around. south are watching this experimentwith
: 4.
little
.; very scarce. Very fruit Is now
There was quite a liberal spriklins great interest, and if it is successful
coming from Florida that is not inferior L u -
-
{ :i in some respect. I cf Florida fruit on the market, none as now seems likely, it will be -_ -=

t t. fj'<. The general run of Florida orange* of which showed any extraordinary but the beginning of many miles of

quality. Prices during the week wera similar road to be constructed all over
r ; : during the week, sold at auction, randed A
from 20 to Sac lower than those at the close the country. ANP R
;' -. $1.50 to $2. Some of the
It. of last week's auction sales, the average
strictly fancy brought from $2 to $2.75

f'." !i and some as high as $3. range being $1.35 to $2.25. The Charming Womanis

Porto Rico fruit also showed a de not net-essarilp one of perfect form and
Grapefruit generally showed the
.r
? cline of from 15 to 20 cents per box on featnres. Many a plain woman who
it same defects as the oranges and very cnnlii never serve aM an artist's model,

t little fancy stock was offered. The al fruit. They are now sending oranges possesses those rare qualities that all the

from the mountainous section world admires; neatness, clear eyes, clean
general run sold for $2 toI and fancy -
!, ,. of Porto Rico and as a general rule smooth skin and that ?pnghtluitis of step For sale by the
when offered, ranged from U.:>O and action that accompany good health.A .
they have not fully matured and al-
tip to $6.About. physically weak woman is never attractive

r< {j :! 13,000 boxes of Porto Rico most without exception are green not even to herself. Electric INDIAN RIVER

1 hen offered for sale here. This green Bitters restore weak women give etronenerves
. I ; oranges were sold during the week
bright smooth skin
eyes, velvety ,
of is drawback
ness a on pric
, ; t- and In.some instances prices went up course : beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at

t .:. a trifle, but this was exceptional. The es. About 9,000 boxes were sold at Banner Orug Store and Titnsville Phar MUSIC HOUSE
'. auction during the week and sales 50c. ,
macy.
I :: grange was from $1.10 to $1.50.

t. ; :; The receipts of the different kinds were generally from $1.05 to .1.25. The largest shipment of vegetables TITUSVILLE FLA.

Receipts of Florida green stuff, on ,
;
of Florida vegetables the weeks
; during this season went out Wednesday night
the whole, have not been very heavy
continued light and considering the
and was composed of a solid expresscar
and while some of the vegetables have
. dull; conditions that prevailed throughout load consisting of tomatoes beans
, the market in almost all lines the sold wtll, some have gone quite sowly
, ,. eggplant, etc., all grown near this city
The reason for this most likely is thecompetition
prices obtained were very good. Lettuce The car carried almost 2,000 crates
2 that is with in
being met
4 was one of the exceptions to this and went to Jacksonville, where tits

rule, and as told elsewhere in The New Orleans early vegetables which stuff will be divided up for various
have been in liberal i if ,
coming very ,
s Packer, there was a glut of this vegetable points. Jaudon Bros last night shipped --- --

r !: on the market and prices went not excessive, quantities. Trading in a solid carload of tomatoes to Kansas

: all to pieces. Florida products, considering every-
.. City.Miami News-Record. VICTOR
. thing. was rather slow during the j'
I Strawberries too, came a little more fi

freely than last week and the demand week. Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, t,
Talking Machines and
/
': Supplies
l' "was not very strong. Prices went There was a very liberal quantity Greatest Blood Purifier Free ,

, I f down to 40 to 50 o* all rarities of lettuce on the market If blood i8 thin dj a..J -j '
e c and even at these your impure, Records sold by lie

It i figures they did not move very rapidly. during the week, but throughout a hot or full of Immore, if jon hate blood I

'>. Cucumbers ?nod demand existed and prices weregenerally |x>i!*in, rawer, carbuncle, e.ititig sores,
t were rather scarce and around $1 to $2 - generally met good sales at $1 to $2 ; some fancy
b*, srabl, pimply skin, hone pain,

f f'I. -String beans were very scarce and higher, and some poor and wilted catarrh rheumatism, or any blood or rte,.... bgMaterhsuicc

, w when showing good quality met ready lower, Romaine appeared to be neg skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm t TITDSYILLE, FLORIDA
r lected at (B B. B.) Soon all ores heal, ache
prices ranging from $1 to $1.
!
sale. However, the offerings of this and pains strap and the blond: is made

\ class were very scarce and average S0. Very few Florida tomatoes hay i pure and nli.. I)ru -i; i"ta or |hy express

green sold at $1.50 to $3 and wax at as jet found their way to this market $1 per larg* l>ottl.- Sampir I free by writ.

b. 52 to $3.23.; and what have been received have ge j in;: 'Jlood Balm Cu., Atl.uiti, Gi. B BB. -
1 ; Eggplants were mostly i np t'i.ily! aduc<.d for chronic, d fpHated Saa &- .. 4';:;'i S f irA ;
been "
erally
as as This
large and irregular and ranged from green grass. ca-es as it cures after all else: faiN!

I Jl to $2.50. Peppers were ratherweak week was no exception to the rule ax.t

, ,' at figures ranging from $1 to tomatoes could be had anywhere froM sore throat is a ..;$ ...

11 $2.50. $1.50 to $2.50.String TIME IS MONEYs
Very few tomatoes came and I Ir '

;[ ost of the receipts have to be ripen- beans did about as well ay s dangerous malady .r '-t ,

.**! before sale the anything on the bill and for fancy of-
( ; range was fro cion. need i.a

, i 1.50 to $ .50. Peas were irregular I I iciings the market was good. Sonic "'. VfAv .. o .. .

'.,; \1'.. nt ome fancy were received :.t 'no wax beans sold as high; a* $3.23:! ; fl ', t '. ;,.j
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I.;;; : 9 us high as $1; poorer ranged Gown an.! green went up to $*; mast c: tin It. ;) '--- '" ...... .. \: f;

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to ;1. "
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,. i.' :1.13; to $.51}. Cucumbers and okri f i 1 J"
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" ", Why v 'I i la li-.t retie ir*"' the former at itZ ..7l .' .,. .--
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r ; ; :t $1.50 to $ tae :sitter at *. .' : .,.. -r-t
_'.0 Ahonl your lijhy *'uT.frttfa t? U'lten he is ? $: ; "A\ '" ?. '''' < "-!" I

, .it( and res'I l<.--, don'tWin rx;>rnm<'nt on ". .".. 7h:>re was a fair rift!!-ai faanc },, J .1.l! :....A ( UV i \", -'-i..X.,< y
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'f atij n:e any .,id thi'll; \'If' Welt}i % ijjpl3ats but the bulk g, #?
of lia'
l I Sir nTOm K'n.U.: Ii't\' A l lCrvaui I",;! ". ...f'ttt...'e r SMCV v- ......--.r'--;.::"-
ri \.t'mllfn.' ., -ers '.ltT. red drcgg along at $1i1 w a ] :! .
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,j. -(5M. It 11 unlit in it* a-t;.-ii, bnil.I' !' o|' St..Awberriere very :scarce an I '- ., : .
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1. ; the system, make thin !.n- .1'1' -' f..'. 'bholders !"'I - -' : ... >... '?
".' t. t Mr: J, C.'mitl"' "I'anl.a.| I'U art: .-: had no trouble in closing"iiesi I* 'VTI I Cll"0 t\: .-. +h';" '.' '. ,- 'r md"f. Sf* .. i

_ t *')Iy bahy! wa thin Jln.1 i !ol" "u, ...nM t nul out at fancy prices; 5uc to T5c i i- ja-t a; trmin rt'_"nH t.. *.t will;. Eg ,it.r&; ; .* S.r.\W. i-- i -. . .* '. iho jy.r.' ,',

t retain its" food and "flt'.1 I a" nnrii I n,.ttiSPECIAL ," as easily obtained. Maclu.K-s as aHjthirKe.! 5 l.je cireul..tkw. :, ; > : r'ru:ce uicio *,I;' ffc

+ one bottle of \V site's Crtjiti Vrrinii!.. I!> thin;:: Ixiiz hI1Ut.- Va<.liino*. noiuattrr .. . .
. t:: : and in a ft'.1:1: in'i* In;; i iiii. !hew well rude :y..ian' aitutliv: thro \'ill,: .1v ":: imr '. .. .'",eur=. ctA'a.'V! IES.

Happy and well NI d I I.v !liitin f .-r Irn. A Wondeful Happening away hours out ..f"\. ryr..11. U-JKE&R: : vrv. Vf.!) SORES, ;-Ll';: JOINrS

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