The Florida star ( January 24, 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 24, 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:
UF00075901:00268

Related Items

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

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TITUBVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908


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Mr. F. A. Lasleisn atetdhe thd e
uh- E tdo Grand iefatinJackaer-

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Nm W. WT.T Mnlbt
hea Mies Lmarn eitaielvesspent
af-oma with theu Mims asimn er

Saving often msnts o theo dollar
sen ammnts to a dollar, iery d ieth
& C.. m sve dollars by good smse.
Mr. lbPd Scoe wet to esearp os nm-

MUsadey la Ms. Sa e amnd thebaby.
Mr. Sie a bought the od place
a Maim seet, formerly known as the
Vines esU@W% and is having same re-
bet eee qmcy.
The NewA Storekeeps beeks, sta-
andIl post cads jewelry,
edna toy a-cent and 10-cent
n La. M. I Dodm
M Mehie Feaster left last Sunday
arfo a. Mer a visit with he son, Mr.
Jame Feaster, at Miami, after a visit
a t sme lme with relatives hore and at

Mr. mu Mm. G. Ro b and little
em Dael s toermald froe Miami Tes-
de istaaey pem aboesa two weeks
a dtime Mr. Rewbas was ea-
a a minal fo deftem In the
W.. IL. liva ta L
Mr. F. Coley, at eaMineD Mich.,
urived the ltter part of last week sre-
eas ned e aby his daughter, and left
Meaday, in ea fineae unch, the East

le lray join them a little later in
the ess am
Mrsl. B.R. iWilson entertained the
Prgre lsive Calture club Wedesmy atf-
ties.. Made in the talking machined
was enejyed for awhile after which a
pie making contest was indulged in.
Miss Daisy Badly excelled in this and
Se thm oile first prise, while Mrs.
R lisnt wes the onsolation. Delici-
a ref, -to were served.
14008 Surehead cabbage plants for
sale. J. R. WALKER.


Many complaints have been heard re-
cently, especially from the business
man, regarding the uemati-fictory ser-
vice give by the Southern Expres com-
pany. There is now but one express
each way daily. The express frm the
north arrives late in the evening and
perishatue matter as well as everything
else mies n the express office until the
next morning.


QmB Quty Shos

Ittakesaal kinmdsawe to sake
awor a ad all Idlsof shoeto
phe e. Stl lthtr a all be
nted with bQm, wib da
-s varied and complete a the ne.
We are uiti,ore women with
then every day became their repn-
tati grown every day.
Queea Qua0ity will retain its
shaYour et tr amy other retay
A Thoe. Try it t Gov
Lase shipment of oxfords juamt re-
e d Jedinall the very latestat.
Send your orders we can please

WINSTON S& BRANNING
The ClothiinlgStore
TIaMvibe, Friag .

Notice
Under no ctiru.rk-st-tw, will I be a
wndiiatetfor any office at the next
pr-ary election.
Yours most truly, with many thanks
for past support, JOaN HENRY.
A Trip to Dummitt Grove
Last Moeday a prtyoftoart of tourists,co-
posed of Joseph Murphy, the famous
Irish actor, who starred in Kerry Gow,
a great friend of Joseph Jeffero, and
Messrs. F. Vaille, C. E. S-mders, Dr.
S. Daniel sand Ge. B. Masey, boarded
a mother boat bound for the far famed
Dummitt grove via the Haulover, a
peaat trip up the Indian river includ-
ed the finest shooting and a very fine
bunch of water turkey, mallards, etc.
Arriving at the grove they were met
by thatgenial host, E. J. A. Drennen,
and his broterjust from frosenAlaska,
wihe is kiag in the balmy Florida
sshine. The party enjoyed a sumpt-
uous feast of gae and may things that
appeal to the inner man. After dinner
a trip around the grove with its 3-lb.
grapefruit trees, tangerines as large as
aNo. 96 orange, lemons as large as a
small football delighted the eye. The
trip back was pleasantly spent in listen-
ing to the plaintive Irish melodies of
Mr. Murphy, songs that have made him
famous on the American stage. Alto-
gether it was a most enjoyable trip and
will long be remembered by those in
the party.
Wanted
One hundred laying hens, small sized

broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and
game, at Palmurst hotel, Titusville.

Special Cut Prices
IN KLINE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
The price of our clothing will be
cut down almost one-half. And we
have a mighty fine assortment yet.
We can fit you and suit you.

Notice
To all Concerned:
After the publication of this notice
I, the undersigned, will not be re-
sponsible for any debts contracted


by the late firm of Clark & Watton,
Church Notes fish dealers. Daytona, Fla.
Dean Robottom will officiate in Cocoa B.W. 'ATTorN.
am Sunday morning, January 26th. at 11 January 22nd. 1908.
o'clock and in Titusville on the evening -
of the same day at 7-30. Announcement
Preshing at the Presbyterian church Titusville, Fla.. .Jan. i. is..
next Sunday at 7 p. m., Sunday school Editor ,f TH FLOUKIi.A STAIR
at 3 p. L., and prayermeeting Tuesday i .me of us, a ho have ben Hall u .n and
**ftows at 3 o'clock. I wi,,o would vote fuir hiu as ls.nx :t, lh- 1i.e' A
caCandidate-. have k-en cqan-ilerini t- h sitii'i,-n-
Photo Gallery Reopened brought :ttbut iy his d..-iiinatiuon i. ,oi again
I for ti <-spiellevor. and utow d- Mr. H. Faust, the photographer, has Philip Wright for the .!. Young
returned to Titusville and is now ready Wright i'. -pabhi.. hounet asiiD :.nt tive tothie-
for all work in that line at the Taylor people and will make a -fr.l- asn, 1.-ti.-i, nt otti-
gallery, onJuia street. Crayon, pastel. -,cr. I_ i.' It tT-.
war eolor and oil paintings given' Fr a
Fprapt attention and at lowest prices For Sale
e intentt with good work. 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at
$5.UO per pair, if taken at 2 months old,
The Alpine Hotel i now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire
tuvi, Fla., F.I A. TLesey, man- i brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in
.m ( On the European plan-furn E.B. ARNOLD.
S rooms and quick lunch. Cen-E Malabar, Fla.
rally located. WO CASH.
A cool drink at a cool place at : Itot NSaci r s of aml gi.gh land on
MANDY' the eas or oc~aiu side of the Indian river
at the Narrowr, described as follows: Lot.
NoS ery Stock or. Sale No. 3, wctiUon 35, also lot No. 3, w ction,
Soc gw on 36, ,in township 31 south, range 39 eat.S1
itrn stock grown on high pine Th, land Unitupeoveol iuit firnly o-.
l=u&. Indian River Nurseries, estab-: ated. For forth. r particular* addree I|
Ikhed 188. Send for eatalogue. E. M. Low. I
teedo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Brockton. Mass.


LATEST NEIS

AID IICIDEMTS

hfnil nl ftapkl W Nlmph ttW
Tm --n aBm Trn
Try Heath & Co. forfreshJerseybut-
ter and eggs.
Mr. John W. Taylor, of Cocoa, was
in town Tuesday.
Rooms to rent, furnished and unfurn-
ished at Mrs. A. B. Dodson's.
Beautiful display Sw smma- and Nov-
sLTmes. TrrusvLLu PHAmmmACY.
Mrs. Jack Begg and little on Alfred
left yesterday ternoon for a visit with
relatives in Jacksonville.
Mrs. F. H. Honghton has joined Dr.
Houghton in Daytoua, after a pleasant
visit in her Westerville, Ohio home.
Mr. Baggert has disposed of his house
and lot in North Titusville to Mr. Stew-
art, the former owner, and moves to
Jacksonville today or tomorrow.
The new Tribune bicycle drawn for
Tuesday night, raffled off by Mr. W. T.
Matters, was won by Prof. Joe Field-
ing, who is quite proud of his wheel.
A large and representative audience
listened to Dean Robottom, on Monday
evening last in the auditorium at Mel-
bourne, deliver a lecture on "Joan of
Arc."
Commodore J. H. Allen has ordered
a forty-five horsepower Sterling engine
for his racing boat, the Secret, which
will take part in all the events in the
coming motor boat carnival except the
contest for the Allen trophy. The en-
gine is to be shipped by express at once
to Jacksonville.

FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Cotton batting, 10 and 15c. Air guns
Shetland floss and knitting worsted
Talking machine tickets with every
Cash purchase. Records and machines
exchanged for tickets
Carpet sweepers Art squares
CHASE. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34

Death of James Carlile
James Carlile died at his home just
west of town Sunday morning about
7 o'clock from cancer of long stand-


Special Sale at Iine's'LOCAL GOSSIP
"* ""I = i* AlD PRISONAJU
MoN Y, JAN. 27, 1908.
Linen torchon lace and insertion imtmlg amt thesle of thN-
to match, special 5 cents per yard. n --._
Embroideries, worth 25 and 35 AllUa TUN Cm am f
cents, special 1% and 15 cents per Mr. E. L. Ba left for Jack-a.m
'White Marsulane bed spreads, ex-r
. .... .. .. .. Tu'.i ou bui trp nto tn W sa
tra wie, with W.M, special 1.'4' We__sda._
Good quality yard wide un- Mrs. William E. Salt, of Cin.as
bleached domestic Monday's special, arrived Thmrsdayof last week e a vAi
12 s for SL to ber fiend, Mrs. C. B. Kingim.
S linen in navy blue, light bhue Mrs. M. L Wetmore left last Sna
and in 'natural color l cents day for Jacksonville tospeda few
per yard, width 36 y topda
Ladies' redymade drawers, made with hr fried r. We .
of an excellent quality of domestic, Dr. J. Daniel is preparing to bs
with tucks and heititcehing, special several cottages in concrete blocks ea
29 cents per pair. his property fronting on Palm street.
Ladies' nightgowns, made of a Have you tried Heath & Co. for
good quality of domestic, trimmed ave you tried Heath Co. -
with torchon lace or embroidery., eies "Popular prices" is their mottbe
special 59 cents each. and popular they are-Lowest primes n
White nainsook, specially good for town.
fine underwear, special 15 cents per -The cold wave arrived last night and
yard. the thermometer was down to 40 this
White Linino, specially good for morningwithastrong northwestern blow-
shirtwaists and shirt waist suits, 36- na o w -
inches wide, special 15 cents per yard. ug.
White pearl buttons in all sizes, Mr. G. C. Battle expects to move into
special 8 cents per dozen, his new residence, just south of the cor-
Lace curtains, 3 yards long, beau- porate limits of the town and right on
tiful designs, worth $2.50, special the river bluff, very shortly.
Boy's knee pants, made of a fine The auxiliary schooner yacht Eleanor
quality of hard finished worsted, left Tuesday morning for Daytona.
sizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. This yacht has recently been fitted with
Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, a 12h. p. Lathrop double cylinder motor.
vici or gun metal, worth $3.00, spec- Mrs. F. S. Battle and Miss Annie Nor-
ial $2.49. New spring styles. wood were initiated into the mysteries
Mail orders promptly filled on any of the order of the Eastern Star last
of the above goods Tituville. Tuesday. We understand another can-
Juus KuNE, tsvlle. didate will be initiated at the next met-


Wedding Bells at Indiinol
Invitations have been received at this
office and by friends of the contracting
parties in this section to the wedding of
Mr. Walter Sweeney and Miss Jessie
Clifford Sanders, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. H. Sanders, which will take
place in the Baptist church, at Indianola,
on Wednesday next, Jan. 29th, at 10 a. m.
Miss Sanders is the youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mr Ms. Those. H. Sanders, one
of the pioneer residents of Merritts Is-
land, and she has a host of friends up
and down Indian river who will heartily
congratulate Mr. Sweeney on winning


Miss Bertha Oliver, of Jacksonville,
after visiting at Miami with her friuds,
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson, arrived
Wednesday afternoon for a visit here
with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager. Miss
Oliver is the daughter of Mr. L. C. Ol-
iver, of Jacksonville, who was formerly
a resident of Titusville and at that time
was one of our most prominent citizens
and business men. Miss Oliver gradu-
ated last spring from Brenau Female
seminary, Gainesville, Ga.
10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for
sale. J.R. WALKE.


ing. Deceased was buried Monday such a lovely young lady for his bride. Steam Yacht Natomah
in LaGrange cemetery. W. 0. W. -- The steam yacht Natomah, of Chicago.
Titusville camp No. 141 went to the Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals which is making the round trip down
house in a body and accompanied the For the week ending Jan. a the St. Lawrence and down the Atlantic
remains to the church atMLaGrange. W S Beaslev, Jacksonville; W H coast and around by the gulf and up the
where the funeral service was held Miller, Lloyd, Florida; MrsC F nightssand remained heruntile Sunday.st FPilot
by Rev. Wm. Stones, after which the Vaille, Miss Vaile, F T Vaile, Port- Murray Lourcey brought the boat from
Woodmen conducted the last sad land, Me; M S Kory, New Orleans; New Smyrna to this place and had all
rites at the grave. The floral con- Lucas B Johnson, Atlanta. Ga; M he wanted to get through the canal, a.
tributions were profuse. Deceased Gundershume, New York: D W Car-, the boat draws close to 5 feet. The Na-
leaves a wife and several children. peter. Jacksonville; S N Green and i tomah is 90 feet over all, 17 feet beam.
wife. Sharpes; Jos. Murphy, New' Mr. Shuler and wife, of Chicago,. ac-
Indian River Hotel Arrivals York; RH Coxe. Clarence Loyd. Lake companies by his son, were on boan'.
For the week ending Jan. "-3 Helen; O0M Bonar. Jacksonville;W BeggarWPrinceOperaCompan)
L C Seaton. Louisville. Ky: C W W Christian, Oklahoma City; E A
Nelson, St Louis: A B Floyd. Orlan- Kinney. Jacksonville: C E Saunders Prince pera are always by the
do; G C Morgan. Valdosta. Ga: L E Indiana: H A Corneele, Miss Cornele, Prince Opera '. art always i
Rollins. Bonsal. N C; Dr E E Rollins. Worlstock. N B Canada; Jacques E and are presented by a clan c- f
Ft Pierce, Fla: L H Moore. Memphis. (Greenhwrger. A Green. New York ladies and gentlemen.
Tenn: E A Stead. Atlanta: W F Pom-; City: F C Cochran, Palatka, Fla; J H On Feb. 3rd this company will
eroy, St Louis: Mrs J W Grippen: Kiick, T J Register. Latham. Ill; Mrs I present at the Titusilleh opera hou-"
Edward Brannan. Orlando; ETSaun- F E Spooner. Miss Spooner, Monita, Sraid Pasha alnt the beast ,nusicual t-i
person, Minneapolis. Fred A. Ander- p'a: E J A Drnn. l)unmmunitt Grove; tertainment of the season is guarat
son. Chicago: L T lobe. Rockledge: A M Wing. Jacksonville; E W Clif- te-, by the manager.
John Henry. City; R H Seymour. Mi- ton. Miami; C E (Clveland and wife, SIkcial scenery is ued for each and
ami; C J Handy, Newark. N J; Dr College Corn-r. Ohio; J W M.Na- evry act. with gorgeous costumes
R T Bishop. Bridgeport. Conn; C E mara. Fort Pierce. Fla; E A Grigsbyv and a Lbauty chorus of pretty girl
Lucas. Merritt. Fla; M L O'Brien, Louisville, Ky; A W mnith. City: W wno can sing and dance.
Goshen. N Y: J C Duane. F E C; C E C Knight. Atlanta; J S-chr -eiier. rv- r Harry Lea Vell. the ,airing
Workman. Charleston. S C; E B Pat- idence. R I; OJ Hamil. Jr. Americus. tenor, is well known te ,ur- mus-i
rick, G T Tyler. Roseland; J R Chur- Ga; R H Bonnet, Atlanta; Mr and lovers and will at heard in .-eraIl
hill, Chicago; W F Pomeroy. St Lou- Mrs F V Gaines. New York; A C new -ilis. The. c,,mjpan'Y iI mucie
is: J C Henderson, Jacksonville. Martin. H C Futch. Jacksonville; S better than last .sas.n an, larg.r.
-. J- Hunter. New York; H SaOra, k, Our people will appre.-iate the return
A cool! drink at a co l place at Baltimore; H C Minecree. lPeter- of this excellent company an.! .ive.
MANDY'S. burg. Va; R E Parker, Atlanta. them a full house on Feb. :;rd.
FoS Reserved seats on sale in due time
Wood or Sale Valuable Real Estate For Sale at Branning's Clothing, Store.


Pine or oak. any length. Also plow-
ing and harrowing. See or address J.
W. Jamison. 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.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRIFFIS,
Shiloh, Fla.


Five acres, beautiful building site.
fronting 105 feet on west bank of :..r
famed Indian river. 1;4 miles south of
Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sall- .lMa-
gruder. Box 125. Orlando. Fla.


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D. Pacignana
Shoermaker and repairer, all work rirst
class and guaranteed. Next door to
Carruther-s barber shop. Julia street.
Titusville.


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A Fatal Mistake. the hall and then into the dining room shot had been fired. The services of Attacked by An Otter. |coming exhausted f.u- ::.
A Jacksonville young man. Pearli.' Moo.y '; **:~n- f.om his roou .- ". ", : .. .-- .-:. .,-. . .. i P'unta Gorda Herald.. i elIed for hii, Co.i .i.: .-
"of."the city wate; zi Mo, ha' ded in.-;J'hnt: .-n aih I i ,.'.- *. .
Moody, an employee of the citv water; a-uhh ,. ,irh n and onto th 'T. M. .' Koon,. our popular local ; -i ""
The bullet lodgtrf,! in tie b:- ': **;;..,. ;. ,* i .
works dep'-tment. was mistaken fo. .-ti ;port h. .he 't shoulder. stiking a vi*ai ;.a. :- k,...:i, had a singular and rathe- .killed the
a burglar and shot and killed Tuesday Accto.'i:.- :o Poppell he passe.! th a st iii. :: -s; :.n i-','len',r- last Friday. He
night by his first cousin. August P. e- "he in;i::- inomn. and opening th.-e 'oo .. d.. . Po... hi .. '" w*,ods with two me .
pell. Moody was a boarder at Poppell's -adin; t, t:0e re-,r poch. he siaw f.e t nkista- he h I ..e h e ". : *' '.'.-', when onf iof i'
house. As told by the Times-Union .,,nm *.f .i man. The n.an. who prov- a ,a he, anl faj, ... a I, .'. .
the household retired about 9:30 an- dl to be young Moody. had a revolver '.., ;, s u:..,A ::
an hour later were awakened by the his hand ::. ; af:er *xclaimir- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a .Safe : W- hnt,:a af-er I e er ',i u :: ;r
barking of dogs in the back yard. Mrs. -' Who is th:-re" Po'ppel! fired one sho: Medicine for Children ei !,' orne *:is't ".- a ..: .; ,
Poppell awakened her husband anJd As soon as he was truck by the bu! n, .i : upon a l.s :-. o. t ,u.'.< -. .n : Vo i,,4 *.,:
told him that burglars were in thet! ..t Moody ran hack through the kitch :' an: nt. *. : h: .l *-lt' s,' :
house and informed him that his revol- -n into his beiroom and crying: "-My .ai: ... .. R a..a ..: :..:" ::": . .i ;: ::i-; d hm h.
er wsa on the machine. She asked God. rIm shot., sank to the floor and1 .fr rm, .. a'. :..:" ..' : f h:, cL:v.-,..h:, '.e ;,-> soca.-iq A
him to be careful and not take a light expired. : it w i '.i... ,. hi i:tt-.t a.s f ;s *'J.C : .
in looking for the supposed burglars By this time Poppell had run back c-,gh. esuid-. cr. Pial. "at..,. .Aiu.... ia c(k .l, (*<. !s.rwe th. a:' ::- ."1 s ;o oth. :'" ,i"
Mr. Poppell and his wife, as well as Into his room and opening the door and t,,e I b t ,,,I .. ,. : ,,. ". ;v:;. : :'].-ing f :e;,- . A' t iti, , .y : "-"s.
young Moody, had rooms on the lower leading to Mood'ys room he at once grii for tie .-t t ea-e Ii :- r.,,: ..,;v a .'. Mr. K T ln was simliky ente:rtaii, lhi g of th- .. exits 1 n -
floor, a faet, the rooms were adjoining realizedd his terrible mistake, and pick-' .rltaiii irt- for u-r..,;.. r u:. ~hi n .*i.- !. :t th- ,::r. : ;. .-tt. soin hie e A Menorble Day
It is very evident that young Moody ed up the young man and placed him !t qn a. t?.-,-r,,upy .I *;.;-. It: au I ied wih his wp f tl, s.n A,- ,, : ,
gi.-rfe t h e att a m-k WV I ,- ji I I, ,. l :- ,i e" w i h h is w h ; 1, Wi ll r4-, t-A.- t -i f
heard the same noise as did Mrs. Pop- on the bed. He then ran across the1uiAt ,aIl6Uer.1.!- wis,,-:h t... ,.. v.- to.k;:1 k the ;in!-n'* He bela!r P'-a .-. A at atsI, : .,ll
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wttt his revolver In his hand, when he ed for a doctor. Dr. Mills was corn- therhl arnfnl rug, .a ded to its ferociy; and though rewia: l'1. t...,,,,- .tt. .:
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was sht and killed municated with and arrived on the ale by Bannerr i)ng 'St... et:d I nt-v:l.e 'de knocked down. it continued to re- ,.I't.' "..- ei
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p DOINGS OF .THEPRESENT Queen ,Quality Shoes : LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's'''LOCAL GOSSIP


I' WEEK $2.50 $3.00, $3.50 $1.00 I AND INCIDENTS Bargains la Every Department I AND PERSONALSSomething

It takes all kinds of women to makea MONDAY, JAN. 27, 1908. I II
world and all kinds of shoes to I

t. Pungent totes Pertaining to Eients please them. Still they can all be :Personal Paragraphs About People that I Linen torchon lace and insertion About the People of Titus-

suited with "Queen Quality" shoesso I to match, special cents per yard.
\ .- Transpiring. About Tom varied and complete is the line. Travel Here and There I I Embroideries, worth 25 and 35 Tille as They Come and Go

l 3, Fresh WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. BEST We are suiting more women with Try Heath & Co. for fresh Jersey but I cents, special 12% and 15 cents per Mr. E. L. Brady left for Jacksonville .

;-'r in town. TITUSVILLE PHARMACY. them every day because their repu- ter and eggs. I yard.White Tuesday on a business trip to the me-
Marsellaise bed spreads, ex-:
tation day. tropolis, returning Wednesday.Mrs. .
Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indianola was grows every Mr. John W. Taylor, of Cocoa was tra'wide, worth $2.50, special $1.49. I
: in Titusville Tuesday and Wednesday.! "Queen Quality" will retain its in town Tuesday. Good quality of yard wide unbleached William E. Salt, of Cincinnatti,
shape longer than any other ready! domestic Monday's special arrived Thursday last week on a visit t
,
Mr. F.' A. Lesley attending the made shoe. Try it Rooms to rent furnished and unfurn- ,
{c.: meeting of the Grand Lodge in Jackson- ''Large of once.oxfords ished at Mrs. A. B. Dodson's.BeautifuldisplaySEAsnnus. 12 yards for $1.00. ,to her friend, Mrs. C. B.,Kingman. '
shipment justre- Dress linen in blue, light blue
navy Mrs. M. L. Wetmore left last Saturday
viDe this week. -
t ceived in all the very latest cuts. and NOV and in natural color, special 25 cents
, The ladies of fortnightly card club Send us your orders we can please ELTIES. TITUSVILLE PHARMACY.Mrs. per yard, width 36 inches. for Jacksonville to spend a few '
weeks with her friend Mrs. Webster.
will meet next Thursday afternoon with Jack Begg and little son Alfred Ladies' readymade drawers, madeof <

r Mrs. W. T. Matters: you.WINSTON S. BRANNING left yesterday afternoon fora visit with an excellent quality of domestic, Dr. J. S. Daniel is preparing to build

r .' The Misses Laura and Elsie Ives spent TIe ClothingfStore relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. with tucks and hemstitching, special several cottages in concrete blocks on
29 cents per pair. his property fronting on Palm street.
r a day or so with the Misses' Sissler in Titusville, Florida. F. H. Houghton has joined Dr. Ladies' nightgowns, made of a
- New Smyrna.ast week. Have you tried Heath & Co.. forgroc-
Houghton in Daytona, after a pleasantvisit good quality of domestic, trimmed their
".. A saving of ten cents on the dollar in her Westerville, Ohio, home. with torchon lace or embroidery, eries. "Popular prices" is motto,
Notice
soon amounts to a dollar, buy of Heath 1 Mr. Baggert has disposed of his house special 59 cents each. I and popular they are-Lowest prices in
Under no circumstances will I be a White nainsook, specially good for town.
'. & Co. and save dollars by good sense. and lot in North Titusville to Mr. Stew-
candidate for any office at the next fine underwear, special 15 cents per The cold wave arrived last night and ,
'
, Mr. Fred Scobie went to Sharpes Sunday art, the former owner, and moves to
: l- with the launch Merle S., returning primary election. Jacksonville today or tomorrow. yard.White Linino, specially good for the thermometer was down to 40 this 1
morning with a northwester blow-
I Monday with Mrs. Scobie and the baby. Yours most truly, with many thanks The new Tribune bicycle drawn for shirtwaists and shirt waist suits, 36 strong .

Mr. Swam has bought the old place for past support, JOHN HENRY. Tuesday night raffled off by Mr. W. T. inches wide, special 15 cents per yard. ing.
,
Ii White pearl buttons in all sizes, Mr. G,- C. Battleexpects to move into
on Main street formerly known as the Mathers, was won by Prof. Joe Field-
A Dummitt Grove dozen. his new residence, just south of the
Trip to special 8 cents per corporate -
Vinson cottage, and is having same rebuilt ing, who is quite proud of his wheel.A
' Last of tourists Lace curtains, 3 yards long, beau- limits of the town and right on
for Monday a party com-
;: occupancy.The of the famous large and representative audience tiful designs, worth $2.50, special the river bluff, very shortly.The .
posed Joseph Murphy,
'I : Novelty Store keeps books, stationery listened to Dean Robottom, on Monday $1.25 per pair.Boy's auxiliary
Irish actor who starred in Gow schooner yacht Eleanor
Kerry
,
1._ novelties, post cards, jewelry, evening last in the auditorium at Mel- knee pants, made of a fine
friend of Jefferson and I left Tuesday morning for Daytona.This .
i 1\ candy ,and toys, 5-cent and 10-cent a great Joseph bourne, deliver a lecture on "Joan of quality of hard finished worsted,
counters.. L,M._ Dodson. :Messrs. F. Vaille, C. E. Saunders, Dr. Arc." sizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. [ yacht has recently been fitted with _
s t-:, S. Daniels and Geo. B. Massey, boardeda Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, a 12h. p. Lathrop double cylinder motor. -
c: Mrs. Nettie Feaster left last Sunday motorboat bound for the far famed Commodore J. H. Allen has ordereda vici or gun metal, worth $3.00, spec- Mrs. F. S. Battle and Miss Annie Nor-

ir afternoon for a visit with her son, Mr. Dummitt grove via the Haulover, a forty-five horsepower Sterling enginefor ial $2.49. New spring styles. wood were initiated into the mysteriesof

Jerome Feaster, at Miami, after a visit pleasant trip up the Indian river included his racing boat, the Secret, which Mail orders promptly filled on any the order of the Eastern Star last f

of some time, with relatives here and at the finest shooting and a very fine will take part in all the events in the of the above goods. I Tuesday. We understand another candidate -

LaGrange. bunch of water turkey, mallards, etc. coming motor boat carnival except the JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. will be initiated at the next meet-

k Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Robbins and little Arriving at the grove they were met contest for the Allen trophy. The en-: ing.

i" son Douglas returned from Miami Tuesday 'by that genial host, E. J. A. Drennen gine is to be shipped by express at once Wedding Bells at Indianola Miss Bertha Oliver, of Jacksonville,

1 where they spent almost two weeks, and his brother just from frozen Alaska, to Jacksonville. Invitations have been received at this after visiting at Miami with her friends
during which time :Mr._Robbins was en-
.' who is basking in the balmy Florida office and by friends of the contracting Dr. and Mrs. J.1.. Jackson, arrived
gaged as counsel for defense in the FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
sunshine. The party enjoyed a sumptuous -
section the
parties in this to weddingofMr. Wednesday afternoon for a visit herewith
..; t_ '* W. M. Brown trial. feast of game and many things that Cotton batting, 10 and 15c. Air guns Walter Sweeney and Miss Jessie Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager. Miss

Mr. E. F. Cooley, of Lansing, Mich., appeal to the inner man. After dinnera Shetland floss and knitting worsted Clifford Sanders, daughter of Mr. and Oliver is the daughter of Mr. L. C. Ol-
machine tickets with
arrived the latter part,of last week accompanied trip around the grove with its 3-lb. !' Cash Talking purchase. Records and machines every Mrs. Thos. H. Sanders, which will take iver, of Jacksonville, who was formerlya

: by his daughter, and left grapefruit trees, tangerines as large as exchanged for tickets place in the Baptist church,at Indianola, resident of Titusville and at that time

Monday,,in his fine launch, the East a No. 96 orange, lemons as large as a Carpet sweepers Art squares on Wednesday next,Jan.29th, at 10 a. m. was one of our most prominent citizens {
Palm Beach and Miami. Mrs. football the CHAS. A. GARDNER 'Phone 34 !
.' .Wind, for small delighted eye. The Miss Sanders is the youngest daughter i and business men. Miss Oliver gradu-
Cooley may join them a little later in trip back was pleasantly spent in listen- -- --- -- ---- of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Sanders, one ated last spring from Brenau Female

the season. ing to the plaintive Irish melodies of Death of James Carlile of the pioneer residents of Merritts Is- seminary, Gainesville, Ga.

< Mrs. B. R. Wilson entertained the Mr. Murphy, songs that have made him James Carlile died at his home just land, and she has a host of friends up 10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for

Progressive Culture club Wednesday af- famous on the American stage. Altogether west of town Sunday morning about and down Indian river who will heartily sale. J. R. WALKER.

ternoon. Music on the talking machine it was a most enjoyable trip and Mr. ------ -
7 o'clock from cancer of long stand- congratulate Sweeney on winning
.. was enjoyed for awhile after which a will long be remembered by those in ing. Deceased was buried Mondayin such a lovely young lady for his bride. Steam Yacht NatomahThe

pie making contest was indulged in. the party. LaGrange cemetery. W. 0. W. steam-yacht Natomah, of Chicago- ,

Miss Daisy Brady excelled in this and WantedOne Titusville camp No. 141 went to the Palmhurst Hotel ArrivalsFor which is making the round trip down
thus captured the first prize,while Mrs. the St. Lawrence and down the Atlantic
house in a body and accompanied the the week ending Jan. 23
small sized
r Rathbun won the consolation. Delicious hundred laying hens coast and around by the gulf and the
refreshments were served. broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and remains to the church atLaGrange, W S Beasley, Jacksonville; W II up
: arrived here last
1 Mississippi, Friday
10,000 Sorehead cabbage plants for game, at Palmhurst- ---hotel-, Titusville. where the funeral service was held Miller, Lloyd, Florida; Mrs C F night and remained until Sunday. Pilot '

;- sale. J. R. WALKER. Special Cut PricesIN by Rev. Wm. Stones, after which the Vaille, Miss Vaile, F T Vaile, Port- Murray Lourcey brought the boat from

Woodmen conducted the last sad land, Me; M S Kory, New Orleans; New Smyrna to this place and had all

Complaint of Express Service KLINE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENTThe rites at the grave. The floral contributions Lucas B Johnson, Atlanta, Ga; A I I'he wanted to get through the canal, as ,

Many complaints have been heard re- price of our clothing will be I were profuse. Deceased Gundershume, New York; D W Carpenter the boat draws close to 5 feet. The Na

cently, especially from the businessmen cut have down mighty almost fine one-half.assortment And we I leaves a wife and several children. Jacksonville; S N Green and ,I I I tomah is 90 feet over all, 17 feet beam.

a yet. Mr. Shuler and wife, of Chicago, accompanied -
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regarding unsatisfactory ser- Jos. New
We can fit you and suit you. wife, Sharpes; Murphy,
; vice given by the Southern Expres com- Indian River Hotel ArrivalsFur York; RII Coxe, Clarence Loyd, Lake by his son, were on board.
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pany. There is now but one express week Jan. S3 Bonar Jacksonville W
NoticeTo the ending Helen; 0 M ; Prince
Opera CompanyThe
I Beggar
each way daily. The express from the all Concerned: L C Seaton Louisville, Ky; C W W Christian, Oklahoma City; E A
north arrives late in the evening and I played by the Beggar
operas ,
: After the publication of this noticeI Nelson, St Louis; A B Floyd, Orlando Kinney, Jacksonville; C E Saunders,
: perishable matter as well as everything I Prince Opera Co. are always goal
; G Morgan, Valdosta, Ga; L E Indiana; II A Comeele, Miss Cornele:, .
else lies in the express office until the the undersigned, will not be responsible and are presented by a clean cast of .
next morning. for any debts contracted Rollins, Bonsai, N C; Dr E E Rollins, I Worlstock, N B Canada; Jacques E 1 1I ladies and gentlemen.;

---- by the late firm of Clark & Walton, Ft Pierce:, Fla; L Moore, Memphis: I Greenberger, A Green, New York' On Feb. 3rd this company will F

Church Notes fish dealers, Daytona, Fla. Tenn; E A Stead, Atlanta; W FPom- (City; F C Cochran, Palatka, Fla; J HI I
present at the Titusville opera house
I
Dean Robottom will officiate in Cocoa B. W. WATT .\. eroy, St Louis; Mrs J W Grippen; I Kiick, T J Register Latham, Ill; Mrs Said Pasha and the best musical en- i

,'" on Sunday morning, January 26th, at 11 January 22nd, 1908. Edward Brannan, Orlando; ETSaun- i F E Spooner, Miss Spooner, Monita,
tertainment of the season is guaranteed -
i o'clock and in Titusville on the eveningof dersonIinneapolis Fred A. Anderson i, Pa; E J A Drcnnen.. Dummitt Grove;
the
by
the same day at 7:30. AnnouncementTitusville Chicago; L T lobe, Rockledge; !'!1A M Wing, Jacksonville; E W Clif- manager.
Special is used for each and
Preaching at the Presbyterian church Fla.. Jan. t>. HII"' .John Henry, City; R Seymour- ; ton, Miami; C E Cleveland and wife, scenery

t, next Sunday at 7 p. m., Sunday schoolat Editor of THE Fu a1D.t STIR.Sime ; ami; C J Handy, Newark, N J; Dr : College Corner, Ohio; J W McNa- I every act, with gorgeous costumesand :
beauty chorus of pretty girls
3 p. m., and prayerraeeting Tuesday of us. w ho have been hall men and I R T Bishop, Bridgeport, Conn; C E mara, Fort Pierce, Fla; EAGrigsby, a '

!, afternoon at-3 o'clock.-- who would vote fur him sw lung a- he gas a I Lucas, Merritt, Fla; M L O'Brien, i Louisville, Ky; A W Smith, City; W who can sing and dance. .;
candidate have been wnMdennsthtitua'i. Mr. Harry Lea Velle, the leading
Photo Gallery Reopened brouht;:: about b.v his declination to run main Goshen, N Y; J C Duane F E C; C E' C Knight, Atlanta;J Schreibcr. Providence -\ 1
for tax ...,l1t'<.tor. and hOW doire to name S C E B Patrick R I 0 J Hamil Jr Americus tenor, is well known to our music
Workman, Charleston, [ ,
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H. Faust the photographer has H. for the "
: Mr. Philip Wright J'"t Young lovers and will be heard in several
returned to Titusville and is now ready Wright; U rit>.it>ie. honest and attentive to the G T Tyler, Roseland; J R Chur- i Ga; R II Bennet, Atlanta; Mr and i'i t'I'

for all work in that line at the Taylor : people and wilt make H safe and n"tlc\T"etfavient otti-. hill Chicago; W F Pomeroy, St Louis MrsF V Gaines, New York; A Cj I''I'new solos. The company is much 'II
gallery, on Julia street. Crayon, pastel, |ccr. I better than last season and larger.
I J C Henderson, Jacksonville. Martin, H C Futch, Jacksonville; S
oil ;
colors and paintings given : !
water I Our people will appreciate the returnof .
For Sale
prompt attention and at lowest prices | ----- J Hunter, New York; II Sairank, '

consistent with good work. l' 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at A cool drink at a cool place at Baltimore; II C Minetree, Petersburg this excellent company and give .
'$5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old, MANDY'S. I them a full house on Feb. Srd.
Va R E Parker Atlanta.
I about 6 weeks old also 6 Berkshirebrood ,, ; I I
:, The Alpine Hotel now ; ---- I Reserved seats on sale in due time,
.
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Lesley, man I fine condition.sows; also Address a heavy wood wagon in Wood For Sale I Valuable Real Estate For Sale at Drannir.g's Clothing Store.

ager. On the European planfurnished I E. B. ARNOLD Pine or oak, any length. Also plowing I-D. -
:; rooms and quick lunch. Centrally I Malabar, Fla.I I and harrowing. See or address J. Five acres beautiful building site, Pacignana i
fronting 105 feet on west bank! of far
Titusville Fla.
located. W. Jamison ,
.
-- -.- -- i I ------ ---- famed Indian river, 13.. miles south of I Shoemaker and repairer, all work firstclass
FUR >ALKCHE\P tOU CASH. Rock Ledge. Address Miss Sallie ila- and guaranteed. Next door to
cool drink at cool place at and Grapefruit Trees
A a j About SSacus of v\I\II high laud on Orange gruder. Box 125, Orlando Fla. Carruthers' barber shop, Julia street. t

MANDY'S. the eat or ocean side of llu. Indian river Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Titusville. I
at the Narrow, described as follows: LotNo. hickory hammock. Free from white Draping
I
Stock for.Sale section 35 also tot X section for Sale
Nursery 3, > One to two old buds. Land 1
36, in township 31 south, 39 east.I fly. year year Drayin or ha'ilm: ofail l ki ink promptly -
range in bem tlfS.
aunty
Citrus stock grown on high pine This land is niuiprove but finely lo I Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully attended to. Meets! all tram*. Move I. Eighty\\. j'ofs.acre W. {,Br.\3..1 dec. A T. _1. 1..31 an.lIX.
land. Indian River Nurseries,estab- cated. For furtLtrparticulars address packed and delivered at Oak Hill Hood fur sale at all tirues.i W. 11>(X. \\'. 1 of SfC: ,. .T.' 21. R.31. For
lished 1886. Send for catalogue. E. :M. Low.Brocklon I station. J. W. GRIFFIS. H. E. HOLTON.Tittwville r particulars* aJdr }I. I*. care TK.

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} 't A Fatal Mstake.; the hall and then into the dining room shot had been fired The services of Attacked by An Otter. coming exhausted from the combat

'. ; A Jacksonville young man, Pearlie Mood: ha ; ;s one from his room I the uoctor however, were not ae.le'l. i, (Punta Gorda Herald.) yelled for his companions tj come to .

! ibrou;a the: kitchen and onto the for Moody had died: instant:\". I j I MrV. L. Koon, our popular local his help. One of them heard ltia

water II The bullet lodged in the bei'y un,'ei'
game to his
1r ail and with revolver
a
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?an had a singular !
and rathe'
r 'he right shoulder striking a vital part (! killed the

t 1 t, a burglar and shot and killed Tueslaynight According to Poppell he passed and death was almost instantaneous.After I UHJ; easant adventure last Friday. He i i 1 otter.

St t by his first cousin. August P opell. the dinisg loom and opening the door Mr Poppell: had realized what I j ji. Wcot: 11 the woods: with two mea They: skinned the animal bro feh-

,;: : boarder at : :ts hide to town and cold it far |1S.Now .
I Moody was a Poppell's leading! to the rear porch he saw the ar:xing in seine covr, when one of the
: terrible mistahe he had made he.
;4 i house. As told by the Times-I'n-on: form of a man. The man, who proved tattle i went into a ba.'.head I these ac facts, as i-iI pro otlik
and failaJ
< ,, broke down an.as ilconSGJal: i
F t ,., the household retired about 9:30 anJ I| : to be young :Moody had a revolve. : -- --- --. -- I Ii i to tune out. M1.: icon I'sir.oaate-i: I as they may seem. It is the ant time

''' r an hour later were awakened by tV I Iit II! his hand aal after exclaimh; i i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Safe I;;JhU :iis haiS- :and *'f.nt in after her; we ever heard of an otter attacking

barki of in the back Mrs "\\hoistfcpre'" 'a n.an. nj we can account for tikeereatuie's
I ig dogs yard. :| Poppel fired one shot( Medicine for Children .in : after proceeding some distance

t-f,! Poppell awakened her husband and I IfJ. As seen as he was struck bj: the bul i i ii Jeulatnl: conduct only co the theory
) came upon a large otter
t In txiMiija c"ugli n..ti.i"** fur ,ltl-)
t 11 .r told him that 'burglars were In thi- I i I"t Moody ran back through the kitca j i i To fits surprise and that it had eaten soiocthmi a root oran
amusement tnt
d ,
ren nu'r I i'r afrai.1 I. brr t'exn't? r
i i- house and informed him.that his revol f.-n into his bedroom and crying. "M> i ar-: ;ai imet"ateltttHked: herb that matte it crcz\'. T ere i>
lain', Rtinttlv : him
'f' } O'ligh HUT' I.' it" It.,': :
' i er wa% on the machine. She asked God I'm shot," sank to the floor and I I in; t:!c butt of his out West a so-called "m sd weed'
j : _tr frtim n, an-4 iti.t: J i>-a!ua\- MIVfotluH '1. ccw-wh.p he 1'S'1
.i him to be careful and not take a light expired.By ti1 ctter cX. but the whcis; said to produce temporary
i It if inieii'.ifil! .->.llt'ci..11Cur. latter, as
1 in for the supposed burglarsMr. this time had madness: in cows or other
looking Poppell run back l I creators
.. : as it'was knocked .
(sigi1P; o' dcr. "pau'i! alt.N' 'I/I:!. .l1lj,. ever rencwej the attack

_.t Poppell and his wife as well as into hi3 room and opening the door j and tb'*itr j" no bl-th'r in+licit'P Its tli,- : with astonishing ferocltAt I that eat it, and it may be that soffiethJL

I young Moody, had rooms on the lower leading to lool1' -s room he at once of the kind exists in this
:: :j wurlti for theme di>eawe It I- "'>t .Oily a fay }lr. Kocn was simpjy entcrtaineJ I regtoa.On .

{ floor in fact, the rooms were adjoining ealized his terrible mistake and pick- eertaillUrr l",r CPMIJ; lu:. tt h 'nJIMII: I' bv the otter but ----
.. prettsooa he became I i i A Memorable
i It fe very evident that young Moody ed up the young man and placed him I UI cmn a. I'IH! t'r iipy nxi.!li af'tH-jr*. \%tilj :: .. Day
tired anl trhd of the 11. ,, .
( prevent the xltack tit'b.'i'Iny.mkll : with his whip wr '..n. "t..r "ih1"t'bsllrt'
i heard the same noise as did Mrs. Pop. on the bed. He then ran across the 'j i :; )H a.. ttrtl .
fit nut .J.1I1l rou wlit-n tin* m.-U lt'n anl'e to kill the animal He belabord a* with p ,tii tot uar

J poll for he was on the back porch. street to Thomas" drug store and asked | a+ liifited It c"tiiaiii<> to -""ill1! or :- it over the head, but this i Uallii! I* tilt our un Hin.-i' ... Mme

other harmful clmg" and f..* rha '': only aJ I II >t'qu tilllt'.1 I will. l)r. KilJlo;'- New Life
umv
; with his revolver in his hand when he for a doctor. Dr. Mills was com- I : ded to its l'i.ss:
tl.
ferocity; and though pauilt! s
I conti.t'I1t1y! to a Il1thy 44 to in ntnit. For !]I repeatedly inintUm ttt.t cir kadg -
i
was shot and killed. municated with and arrived on the I sale by Banner Drug Mori- mid 1 Hii-v i5Ie: II I << knocked down it continued to re a''I.a 'nt hilim! :ni'm,alai kitiVli. :,' she MM rib

f Poppell passed out of his room into scene within a few minutes after the Pharmacy. I I turn to the attack until Mr. Koon be .'.1CU 1.I1JJIt-r Oro.: ;t'rrandTi"

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':iOBEWS:: : two-story Late Wednesday public school afternoon the fine PREPARE THE MIXTURE Who Owns the Pigeon? ..What Do They Cure s.

building
a:
(Clearwater Press.) The above question Is often asked eon- i .
Perry was entirely destroyed by ftr- YOURSELF AS ADVISED earning Dr. Pierce's two leading medicines -
.f Last Monday afternoon while fish- "Golden Medical Discovery" and '
IN PAIR FLORIDA together with all its contents iaclud ...
"
ing In the Bay, south of Belleair and Farorite Prescription.
ing a handsome piano and many school The answer is that "Golden Medical
Recipe is Easily Prepared at Small not far off shore James Hall saw a *
is alterative
most
: Discovery a potent or
: books <
:; It is left there overnight by the
Done pn-
Being Towards the D- -
-', "t'Jj hawk comrronlr known as a ""i>lue blood-purifier, and tonic or invigorator
-
{* pits of the school. The origin of the Cost< and Many Swear By It and acts especially favorably in a curative

f nlopmtnt'of the Peninsula fire is unknown but is supposed to darter, eating bird and quickly went way upon all the mucous lining surfaces -

Mix the following by shaking well ina to the scene, frightening the hawk as of the nasal passages, throat,

.;? The Miami Board of Trade has bet have started from a defective 11u;!. Tha bottle, and take in teaspoonful doses which left his with only the head bronchial tubes, stomach, bowels and r .
prey
-
" ;: come incorporated' body. building was partially covered by Insurance after meals and at bedtime:- bladdeipNCurlng a large per cent, of catar
rhal whether the disease affects the
Fluid ,half eaten away. Upon picking It uu Mr. cat
.: but the furniture is a total Extract Dandelion, one it nasal ages, the throat, larynx, bronchia
? Work has been commenced on the toss. nnct; Compound harm, one onncr; Hall found to be a pigeon, an tins stomach as catamul dyspepsia

; magnificent Masonic Tempe at Jack- C.nllJp"lln.1 Syni| Saraaparilla, three ually large one and upon closer scrutiny bowels ras mutoup< K K Bj lien s.o -
ouiu-es A l local drnggft is the authority uterus or other pflvlc org r *. hIng '
. A dispatch to the Tribun found that It had "
.
;; sonville. Tampa ? that these simple, harmless ingredientscan upon one leg a np l

says: Thrown from his horse and killed be obtained at nominal cost from narrow aluminum band with the fol- !'Tns., it <* cfon successful in affect
i A
manual training department has cures
almost instantly, the body of Os our home draught lowing"inscription: "Dr. Suarez, Cuba. 'I vf tt
:
r ; Just been established in connection The is said cleanse and t'P
mixture to
forth rI
car Platt lies 1907. a. o'SP8 -
: a mere youth in the 109 .
.T. with the and inactive kidney .
Tampa's public schools. strengthen closed, I Pi t.5 an .
morgue here today awaiting word from The first thought which "
?, overcoming backache, bladder presented e I Pi q P t can pn 01 .

.;>i-\ Captain Cromwell Gibbons of, they relatives of the young man. His family weakness and urinary trouble of all kind: itself was that Dr. Suarez had probably is a power U Jet gently acting Ulvig at

Jacksonville, Light Infantry has beenf. it Is understood, are located in the if taken before the stage of I!righl'sd goce north for a trip and carried with out,tonic over-worked and nervine.women-no For matter weak worn-what ,

., elected major of the battalion. southern part of the state and efforts 1St"a.it"Those. who have tried this it him a homing-pigeon which was_on its has caused the break-down, Favorite
say positively Prescription will be found most effective -'-
Work is soon to be started on a Y. :are being made to locate them Plat overcomes pain in. the back, leturn journey with its message when In building up the strength, regulatingthe

].f. C. A. tfuildlas in Tampa, the cost was riding the horse without a bridle clears! the urine of sediment and regulates attacked and killed -by the hawk. womanly functions, subduing pain 't
urination especially at night curing and bringing about a healthy vigorous
,
to be between $50,000 and 00000. I :and was unable to control the animal worst forms of bladder| weakness. The bird was fat and plump showing condition of the whole system.A .

f when it became frightened.The here who feelsthat flakes of yellow fat around the neck. book of particulars wraps each bottle I 1
Enormous shipments of Every man or woman ,
vegetablesare giving the formulae) of both medicines and
being made the kidneys are not strong or acting! which proved that his journey had not quoting what scores of eminent med-
by Dade of Fernandina shows
county growers port a
in mix this
a healthy manner should ical authors whose works are consultedby
'
been a long at first
as was :
one.
to themarkets of the North and splendid trade statement for 1907.: Tha supposed. -
prescription at home and siveit a trial, I physicians of all the schools of practice

"West shipment of lumber for the year :as it is said to do wonders for many per as guides in prescribing, say of each ingredient r
sons. entering into these medicines.
Because of lack of public interest amounted to 155,097,570 feet value] The words of praise bestowed on the
The Scranton (Pa ) Times was first to Why Suffer from Bheumatism several ingredients entering into'Doctor

and support it i: possible that the public $4,652,779.. Naval stores exports included print this remarkable preemption, in Pierce's medicines by such writers should t ,

library in Fernandina will have to 5,433,943 gallons of turpentine : Oi:to >er, of 1906. since then all the lead Do yon know that rheumatic pains can have more weight than any amount of
be relieved? If doubt
this
of New York Boston you just try testimonials because
ing newspapers non -professional ,
and 6,302,582 barrels rosin. Of
of
be closed. phos- one application of Chant>erlain'8 Pain
Philadelphia, Pit -bllrg and other cities such men are writing for the guidance of

Hon. Park Trammell of Lakeland phate there were 162,46 tons. The have made many announcements of it to Balm. It will make rest and sleep possible their medical brethren and know whereof

total value of all exports was $12,382, their reader'. and that certainly means a great dealto they speak.Both .
ann Dunces that he will be a candidateto any one afflicted with rheumatismFor medicines are non-alcoholic, non-
973 and of imports $$419,783 making .1 sale Banner secret, and contain no harmful habiV-
the office,of Attorney General of the by Drug Store and Titus-
grand total of business for the for terday and speaking of the terrifio ville forming drugs, being composed of glyceric
port Fharmacv.
State of FknttJU extracts of the roots of native, American
1907 of 13382973. storm of Sunday night that swept medicinal forest plants They are both

St. Petersburg has an enrollment 01 across Lake Weir said it completely I The first strawberries Vere shipped sold by dealers in medicine. You can't
Six weeks ago strawberries were afford to accept as a substitute for one of
35 In the high school, itS in the graded demolished the Lake Weir navy, In from Lakeland last week though from these medicines of known composition,
brought into Orlando have
, or public school and 70 in the kin- and they command of Robert Fosnot at East- the nearby stations of Galloway antI anT secret nostrum.Dr. .
been coming since in large quantities.This Pierce's Pellets.small sugarcoated,
dergarten. a total of 810 pupils. lake, consisting of the steamer Della. Griffin shipments in considerable quantities easy to take as candy, regulate and 1ft
is instance of fruit
The Tampa Chamber of Commercehas one early the launch Robert and the big transportation have been regularly going forward Tigorate stomach liver and bowels.The .
raised in the Florida soil. While our Jill
passed a resolution favoring the barge. The fleet was anchor. for several weeks. The outlook -
northern neighbors are shivering with
adoption of the plan for a rural parcels ed at the Eastlake dock and the forceof for the growers is unusually good.
cold the more fortunate inhabitants of Most Valuable Sel of YatU anJ/*.*>
:post as recommended by Postmaster the storm literally made kindling There is a splendid crop a larger acre Butldinf Book ever Pubhtked.
Orange county are eating fresh straw-
General Meyer. wood of the boats leaving their engines ?ge than usual and the fruit is fine.-
berries and crisp vegetables. The RUDDERHOWTO
buried in the sand and demolishing Lakeland News.
A strike of street car employees I:
strawberry crop is a paying one a* BOOKSOver
the docks.
Nothing daunted Mr
threatened in Pensacola the troube most of it be marketed at
can right Fosnot will proceed at once to build anew Long Live the King Joco boats have been built from the lines
arising over a demand on the part ol home. Some fine large berries are primed in these books-Successfully sailed in .
I fleet. The raging waives werea is the {pnpnlarcry throughout European every clime and upon every sn-Full detail
the men for an increase in pay of 2 in today that were raised in the city countries while in America the of drawing of all pans, showing what it is and
sight to ee during the storm.-Ocala cry
an'hour heir to nuke it-Text extremely simple
for
cents 1903.
limits-Orlando Reporter-Star. Star. the present day is "Lon;. live Dr. King'sNew

Discovery, king of throat and lung HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
H.
A. Ford late general superintendent
Owing to her engine sticking on the remedies!" of which Mrs Julia K fool*nnmtbaat Litr.wr to htuld.frame aII'IWerp. -ock
Ryder bo.t for t" tolwm the tonmw io.
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway Wednesday morning the schooner good icing a / *
center and not reversing when it Paine Truro Mass "It
says: never HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
system in .Florida, has decided to Estel'e arrived here from Cape Sable fails to give immediate relief and
should the steamer Moutauk of the to quick. A EM boat for aftrravm Mil 1ll or knorkiac boat hb.al"
.
make Palatka his home and has open, r. & O. S. S. Line inbound from Key with a full load of sugar cane and syr ly cure a cough or cold." Mrs. Paine'sopinion ng. full
ed up a real estate 'business in that up. Capt. A. P. Curry who owns the is shared by a majority of the inhabitants HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
West early Saturday night crashed Into of this New
country. Discoverycures hat sacTfwful lariat Buwhm ever detigmd, pit."inner .
Estelle and is also one of the pioneer weak lungs all throats after n AiMtKa.A u ami Auunli. cm.to.boMdjxuiaviUi. -
the terminal dock at almost full sore t.. .
city.Work residents of Cape Sable reports that all other remedies have failedand for
on the new $1.000.000 Sea speed ahead and plowed her way HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
the production of syrup at the is coughs and colds it's the only sure cure SuopfeanJ practie.t.iow.ng bow contract a kmKi:
,-' board shops in Jacksonville has been through 12x12 timbers and planking a cape Guaranteed by Banner Drug Store and hail low use wad.,k.,*<<. Setrral other plan. .
I II far below that of last but
.. suspended pending the reorganization : distance of ten or twelve feet before year t equality Titusville Pharmacy. ;)()c. and $100. HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT .-.
I is superior to that has Trial Lc the A fin* all ..--ad rraran* boat, good cabia. .&CeDe.
and readjustment of the finances o! slie was stopped. While that portion any ever free. uler: .uiUI4.vat-n.

been made there. The long continued HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT LOOP
the road. Three hundred workmenare cf the dock was badly wrecked the
......
drouth drove the In the United States court at Jacksonville A efcrrr blUe ,boat,with wodest..rbaags.aiam.ll
to
sugar cane
idle as a result.A steamer escaped with hardly a scratch. ail piaHOW .""
an ,early maturity which greatly lessened Monday through Attorneys TO GUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
contract has been awarded a Jack This is almost miraculous. but is accounted & Ka/to t>..ild.I..t.If.u.lbt;jnrt the craft rag boy .:1
Fleming Fleming the Florida :National
the yield of juice. The Es- ...bepo.cu..la."dte.pI.Utereloop or cat rig f
for by the fact that the Mon
sonville builder for the erectkm of a
telle's cargo consisted of about three Dink of aJckbomille filed a bill HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT k
magnificent home for tie Jacksonville tank hit the dock with the bow dead A.ompletedeampt.a.f bow to boltemodelduoIiae 'i
tons of sugar cane and five hundred of complaint against J. K. McDonaldas af akiff a.rdiasadag.w.irl..
; Young :Men's Christian Association.The yn.-Miami Metropolis..
gallons of choice cane syrup. receiver of the defunct Fort Dallas

structure will be of reinforced The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. A. National: bank of Miami. The Florida PRICE $1. EACH

concrete and absolutely fireproof.The Martin of Intendencia street is very National Bank PI&tPAID 1:1' tapI&tSS AN1'WHtl&C
Why of Jacksonville
sets up .
Bound in cloth- Cold letterm*;-Sue of jug*
Dunn residence at the corner of ill as the result of eating a quantityof should your baby suffer? When he is that it is a creditor of the defunct 9 by 11 inches-Lar.;:e,ckarly-Jnn plans.

Kirkland and Emmett streets in Palat cough lozenges which evidently contained fretful and restless, don't experiment on bank in the sum of $3,785.15, and prays THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. !

ka has been purchased and turned over poison. Physicians were call- him and use any old thing your neighbor ; that the receiver of the said Fort Dallas a MURRAY STREET New YOl&". U. S. A

to a board of trustees and as soon as ed and an antidote administered in Cream recommends.Vermifuge; Buy greatest a bottle known of White's worm National Bank be ordered to hold Srd postal far Catalogue of Book jartatks.ra.'s :

It, can be properly equipped for the time to save the little one's life, whois medicine and dire for all children's di- the said funds as trustee for the Jacksonville Library. i

I S purpose will be conducted as a city still, however, in a precarious con 8t>aoe.?. It is mild in its action, builds up bank. ,JI

hospital and: sanitarium.At <*-ition. owing to the delay which occur the system, makes thin pony babies fat. -- -
Mrs J C. Smith, Tampa Fla. writes
:
red before doctor called. \
a was A large
the annual meeting of the Gainesville "My baby was thin an.lsit'kly.'Ould not The Price of Peace

number of firms selling patent medicines retain its food and cried all night. I used
Melon Growers' Association heldA freshnesspnrityanlreli
The terrible itching and smarting: indolent -
have recently been brought into one bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge t
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to skin almost instantly abilityFerry'sSesdsare
few days a report was submit- certain < s, is -
ago
and in few lava
a baby was langhinj: class by them +
in a
the lime light by investigations the Liquid allayed: bv applying Chamberlain's
ted showing that about six hundred happy and w..II"Old: by Banner Dnv : t selves. Fanner
al\"e. Price23cents: For>-alfl t
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cough medicines especially hay yTitii5ille have confidence
and Titusville
tore
acres in the Gainesville section will Pharmacy. Pharmacy, lianiur Dill;; Store a'111. lnth nbccau.e
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tug been the subject of remark. The know theycanberetiedup
be planted this coming reason against and all drn:' i-ts. F' they

It is said the united
formula of lozenges which as jet does Democracy may Uon'tesperi

seven hundred acres a year ago. not appear on the boxes, is at times ,I win. We hope victory does not depend For Over Sixty Years V f on.ment with cheap

Henry M. Endicott Jr., of Boston.Mass. entirely on harmony in our ranks.A seedsyoursuretyuiesinbuylne
considerably injurious especially to ," /
,
Mrs. Windows' x} >thiifr Syrup ha.-
., has bought at public auction for seeds sent out bra
small children.-Pensacola News. been uxM for over sixty tears millions fp consciention*. .
$70,000 the property the North Jack Wondeful Happening of mother for their children while I teething : \ '.. and trustworthy
Jonas Driggers the successful hog
sonville Street Railway and Improve- Port Byron, X Y bas witnessed one with perfett ,oa't'sIt snothes! the I ta t house. Annual

ment company, popularly known as raiser of Ok!awaha was in town :jes- fthemo'-t remarkah.e la: is of healingever I child l, "often theguni-, a'ia\s ail pain, for 15.510FKLE.. Addre.e 4

rt"Ctlrllt'C1.n.os: F. King, of thatplace cure wind colic, and is the bet remedyfor o M ruiio1 CI..DUUIT.MICI. .
Street Railway. The road:
"the Negro The Joy sacs "Bl1t"klII'srni.'a Salve diarrlnKM! It will reline the poor -

built several years ago by negro care lit ikstilfe-imnw.liatt"ly. Sold bydru;:" 5O YEARS 1f
was "cured on my leg with winch I na l
ofli'ing i is to have : i .
capital and was the only line in the mill you will have 1011:01..18 "f j<>.y.1'ou -nlferf l over SO year. I am now eight gistsiueverypartofthewnrld' twenty EXPERIENCE "
h eents a bottle IV cute and ask for
owned operated bv tl l not be blue fretful and hate he" liiiaranterti to cure all sores, by
United States aid n Banner: Drnj; More ami Titu-ville Phar "Mrs. \Vnuslow'" S'. thing Syrup, ," andt'ke
hat lal tate in month Try A
negroes. jour nac2oc, 10 "HiT. 1\11'1. (Jiuranfwil timierthe j
bottle of llrl>iu.*, a |positive rnref' rall fax anti lrnr+ art, J UI..! 30th, 1l<)<}. 1
Fifty more skilled workmen lost i liver complaint 1-:. llarrel!, AuHin. 'toriI.I. nuuil> 100.IS.HANDY .

their positions through another reduction Texa!', writes: "I have>e l Herhine for Before the courthouse door at Dade I i

over a and find it a fine remitator. I
year City Monday morning Sheriff Sturkie
forces at the Pensacola I
in the TRADE MARKS
Uv "rtcomimn-l it tine medium
fa< as a
navy yard, making the second to occur for hspet! su" Nil-1] l>\ llaiiiier Drugstore destroyed a wagonload of bottle MOTH PAPER DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS &:c.

within the last ten days, and lettin:; anti Fitti-ulu! l'harma'Y whiskey which had been confiscated i i ii Anvone renaintt a sketch and description maquickly

------ -.-- -- ---- b i y the authorities, burying, the bron '! \ muth deatroveraml ittnfrtant PU ".i ascertain our opinion free whether an .
100 men, who drew large i 1 invention Is probably patentb'e. Commonlea.Uons.trictlvcon&lentiat .
out nearly under carpets or in the 100M"I IIf fur and tl..th-
salaries. The latest reduction was in A HAPPY'HOl' en bottles in a deep hole just outside i I I I ins it drives away moths and w..rrv TweUrsluets free. Oldest agency for Handbook secunnjr on patents Patenuent ,

the door. : in A packet carriage prepaid 10 rent,. Potent uuen tbroueh Mann A Co. receive l
the department of construction an 1 i.I Six i>a<.keU50ccntaif gitdoenthaveit.Madigan rprria*deuce, without charge In the

repair, and the men let out are iron E -- I' Powder Work.,velrctlon 846 Scictiiific Jlm ri\an.
Carrie Nation 1 .
: Clark -..?lllf, Iowa
and ship workers. The lack of worl. I* one here health abounds. A handsomely nin tr t<>d week I,aree!t 1rculatMm i
for the big re- certainly smnhed a hole in the harrooniH of any ertentlOc "'lIm I. Terns.11 a I
is assigned
at the yard With impure blood there can-, of Kansas, but ilallardN llorehonmlv ,par: four months. II. Soldby"H new d<>alen.

duction. not be good health.1Vithadisordered has ma-hed. all records a3 a e-nre MUNN&Co.3618New York .

Some of the business men of the LI VCR there for ftxi hs, bronchitis, influenza and {>nt-' Hrancl OXce. 35 F ft.Waahln ton.I.Co .

inonarv di-ea".-*. T. C. II-, Horton, \
city met at the Sun of ire on Tuesday cannot be good blood. Kansas, writes: "I hate never fouixl ame KILLTHEOOUGHAND l "

the question of a Iii- that would nth
morning to discuss me nre a c at '

road to be built to open up the splen- quickly\ ( Ualianrg!! Horehoundnip, CURE THE LUNGS t
I have use I it for vears." v>!.| bv Ilan, t
lands west of the city. "It is hoped utt'sPilisr
did 1 store anti Titn ille
ner Dny; :<\ Pharmacy
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that this road will be commencedat -- -- -- Say.Ma,1 f III ve will Ibe as big a goose as yogi WITH Dr. Kin 's :j i

an early date as it will open.a large Yes, my child If :you don t use

territory tributary to this city that will r;,- the torpid LIVER and restore CASTORIAFor MAGIC WHITE SOAP.Rub .

settled and developed into Magic on soiled parts. leave them In New Discovery I
1e rapidly !U natural action. water one hour. No boiling- no washboards
splendid fruit and vegetable farms Infants and Children. DO backache If you use MAGIC WHITE
A healthy LIVER means SOAP. Will iron as magic mas rosin PRICE
pure easy : no
,: that are sure to be of great financial blood. The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears like in yellow soap. Get your grocer to orderor FOR CP"CHSQUAKANTEED Trial lOc 4 IIGO.FreeAND t
Bottle
There is no better send u? J4('I) for 1 box of 100 ac. cake
good to this city. Pure blood means health. We pay for freight. Save the wrappers ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES.
and this road is all theSignature
state
: land in the Health means happiness. MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld SATISFACTORY:
needed to start their development of
that is OB MONEY REFUNDED.
Take no Substitute. All Druggists. i New Orleans, La.
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*THE FLORIDA 'STAB The New Road' Block

,t BEST FOR THEBOWELS &
'' w '. Entered at the poatoffice at Titasrille M The following taken from the Last

ii'" $ t .eeond-clas mail matter.8UB8CKIPTIOK issue of the Orlando ReporterStarwill

1 ; prove interesting to all good THE MAPES I

j .$1.b0P1BANNUM roads people. a b!< m nt,Uhe
The small portion of road put downas I t I pow q ever d.r.Tan're n..1ll orwnl be. KMPTOUrfow
; : : :
f; l and be Force,ia the
: A4rerdslag hater ranal.1Ie4 of1'S4 open.. shape of
. .t, : ApplicationKIM an experiment by the county com-! rtolent physic or pill TOUCH U dangerous. The aD
.. missioners test the Dickson block I I tmootbeit easiest most perfect waj of keeping
; the bowel,steer acid cl *n 1*to take !
51 ; { 'I :;'. *'..Wager, Kdltorand Pmbll h r. has been completed and yesterday a I I CANDYCATHARTIC FERTILIZERS -

I! good trial of the quality of the road
r MORNING
PUBLISHET EVEBY FBIDAY
: ? was made by a heavily laden wagon

f."E.. passing over it, in and out and across Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see \
'i1i Florida's new senator is showing and not a bit of the concrete was from the reports there made 'what good results f.

t i '. up well at Washington and has already broken. No severer test will ever be were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this

\ :; .... made it manifest that he pos- made tf the road and there is little year notwithstanding the.terrible drouth. It con- (
doubt but what Hon. H. H. Dickson 4 tains lots of valuadle information. Apply to
isesSes than age.f'f has solved the question of good roads t.

cheap, durable roads not only for I E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville a

the asso- Florida but for the rest of the United Pleasant.EAT Palatable'EM LIKE Potent CANDY Tail Good Do Jos. Paxton, RockledgeJ.

is quite States. For the benefit of those of flood Never 8i ken Weaken or Gripe 10.IS and a
: 10 cellta per free sample,and book M. Sanders, Cocoa
? our> readers who have not seen the let oa health. Addressfor 49SfcrOm
ti ... encouraging. It indicates a rapid Dickson block we will say that it is a Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. A. T. Patillo, OsteenS.

Yi -.- approach to normal conditions and concrete block two feet long eight IEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN p' Bergmann, Merritt
inches thick, the top and bottom is
reached the adjustment -
when
they are

'\.'. and expansion of business and the allow same vehicles, made an with egress flanged and ingressand edgesto I I market state horticultural has dropped society out has and no the appropriation or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville D

f A trade will be next on the docket. whenever the top surface wears from the state legislatureto v

out the block can be changed and anew such breaks with have
repair we
r'l\. We never have heard of so many1Z surface is exposed. The blocks not much left but personal liberty ..
being molded to fit with a dove tail
here and don't that all
'. close contests in wet and dry elections effect form a continuous track of over want
voted if it is
,: .: in this state. The latest is from solid concrete and being flanked on -one away Bryan in the a presidential senate and year an-
: t. RAILWAYLOCAL
r4 .. 'J Marion, where it will necessitate the either side with clay the whole road other to be at the other end of penn- FLORIDA EAST COAST
forms a smooth surface with a hard
: ,.6'ir official count to ascertain the result. track for the wheels. The effect riding sylvania avenue.It ,
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may not be wise to say it out TIME CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7,
Note the recent close contests held over the road is that experiencedon
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\, loud! this year, but haven't we a
78 No. 74 So. 9.\
paved streets only much smootherand No. 99 No. 33 No. ,
..- and others. old tradition about laws STATIONS.iNo.
Dade Orange 291
in Putnam sumptuary
: ,;: the foundation seems as hard and Dally I Dally I I I I Daily Da.Uy
i ., to comfort us in time of trouble or 700 Lv..Jack"Ouvtlie...........Ar :O pm 710 pm sm
t. -- ". firm as one could wish. The short are we all going Republican under 800 SIlO pm pm 1100.111 1000 am 820 am am Ar.......... t.Auguatlne...........LT 6J pm pm 711..
stretch of road for the .......... .........Lv fin I 1545 11l..mI1i
Senator Bryan has been assigned to experimentis IOU 11M am 928 am .sat raiettL. pm pm
: the Democratic name? pm I ..... .........
; ideal it fall and % pm 125 pm .........Ar..llutetormond......... Lv _.. 4Apm
the committees naval affairs fisheries as gives a curve OLIVER GIBBS. 12O'l 13S 1i05 .m __.._ ,_..._ 3::2 pm 351 pm I 412..
'fif: on and will demonstrate to the best ad- 1211 am am 14. pm pm 11117 all ,Lv.............Daytona.: ............Lt. 3(7 pm I :t14 IdA n..mIIIiS
. lands Pacific islands and 222 Il'OD' Lv.. ........ e\V Smyrna...........Lv 230 pm X17 pm ,3. a.
:!/"t. public ;. vantage the blocks on a slope and 156 am am 311 pm pm 112 pm Lv.............Titnevtlie.; ...........I.v 112 pm pm 2. ...
h- Porto Rico, patents, public health, curve and should they stand a long Through to Knights KeyThe 239 am 355. 11m 200 pm Lv..., _...... ockiedge............Lv 127 pm 137 pm ,1146 am
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national quarantine and revision.of test on this road they will stand it Miami Metropolis of yesterdaysays === 236 247 pm pro ''Lv..Jielbourne.: : :::..::::::.Lv 114i :: I (c.==::
r anywhere. Mr. Dickson is receiving 612 am 600 pmIfIO pm \ .......... lerce.............Lv 10cO.m' 113& pm 1114 JMD71Sam
laws. These are the committees on letters from all the United States : 7 Spm 6SSpm .\ ........ tPalmB..cb..Lv'71i.m 945 .mIIW.-1
! over !
1f.:, : 725 803 705 .tr.---.Royal l'oinclene..Lv 7.0( am 1'::; am 851 pm
which his lamented predecessor S. R. asking for information in regard to At 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoonthe 735am am 81pm pm 715: pm pm ...... ....... ............. 7:!i am I !'!e.1D 8--
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; 1016 am 102: 1010 Ar. .Miami 4.0 PIlI
first and of the F. pm pm
r .:1. m* Mallory served.There this latest phase of road making and engine cars E. .......... .......... 630 am LT...... .......}II.mL........... ... .........1..1.. pm
> _' the idea seems to have caught the C. Ry. in its extension to Key West .......... ;......... 800 am Ar..... h omestead... .......t.v ........ pm
i: experts in different parts of the .D e11. ace + rnday-- -- .
.. .. .. passed over the viaduct, literally
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','J- )f +'- seems to be no doubt that United States. The cost of this new panning the sea at Long Key and PALATKABRANCH -
\ i road will from $1,600 to$1,800 Leave I TO Arrive
range I Leave PALATKA
EAST PALATKA Amve'l I
Gov. Huhes of New York is a candidate proceeded to within a short distanceof East I )!sstPalatk.
t mile and be estimated EAST PALATKA
per can very TO PALATKA Palatka Palatka Iad620.m

it. for the Republican nomination easily no matter where it is built.In Knights Key, which is to be the ........No. 46 Dall,....... 540 all1 : 54, .m ,........ o. 47 D.ny.6.\ eat
that several counties of Florida where present terminal of the road and from 620 am ........No. f3 D.Uy........ 64Q.m 900 am : ...... ho. 49 1'ly! ..... 's am
a I for president. It is expected 93 _......No.60 D.Uy........ 955 am 1130 am.Nn. )1 II.ll...... I.1150 amJ2o5
they have good concrete sand the which steamers are soon TO ply to .m ........No. 62 Daily..1225: pm I 300.m ........ O'JJ hell).-...... 320 pm
:, within a week he will announce his cost would be comparatively small Key West and Havana. 4U pm pm ........No. M D.Uy........ US JIm US pm .----------e. 55 Ilally .. .. 105 pm
........ ....... 1Sl0 940 57 II.i; .. tow
0.56 Da.11y. pm
650 pm
i'. ? candidacy, and then there will be begun and every county in this state could The celebration of this feat, which IOn pm pm '........Nn. 58 Dails.........1035 p pm m I. 10.Qpm .... :o.;". .__ ...

.f f. a fight in New York that may! build the block road very easily. The means much to the owners and builders SAN MATED BRANCH
Reporter-Star will print a cut of the
,:-. result in a split in the party in that road in a few days that will give a of the road was unmarked except Leave I EAST PALATKA I Arrive Sin Leave San SAN MATEO TO I AEisiPaLrlatka

c'. ." 11 state. good idea of the manner of layingthe in a small jollification by the men doing TO SAN MATEO Mat_ Mateo EAST PALATKA PalatL

: new road. the actual construction of the viaduct I 430 am .... .No:45 Daily.-- ...I 450 am rn am i........NO. 45 D.Ur I ale am
I. .......I ...... 410 am
32pm: .......No.63D.lly. Upm 3110.m o.MDall.:
of data shows The train ;
A consisted of
recent compilation an en 1105 pm .......Nn. 59 Dally.:1t2-: pm 1130 Um........'"0. 00 Daily lid

t il } that the prohibition wave has now W. M. Brown AcquitedThe fine and..four cars..two carrying- steertrack I. No. 25 No.21 No.17 MAYPORT I No. 18 : ?w.10 run.! I Na 22
. rails, one spikes and one crossties Sun Sun. Dally
rolled over seventeen states, and that case of the United States Only Only kNO.19 I'no.BRA1'fCH I Dally Orly Dany200pm

! t' eighty cities have"gone dry." Most against William M. Browm, charged and was conducted by C. A. Gun- 3010am pm 800amLv., .. Jacksonville.......ArE 730.100;;; pm 1oopm
:. ter Clifton Jackson Ira 840.mLv _.I'.blo .ch..Ly
.." Starling and 240pm 10flOam 640pm GW.m \ 1219pm 411.-
.; of these states and cities are in the with violations of national banking 246 pm 10Mi! 1m 846 pm S46amiLv.Atiantiellach..Lv, G 41.1D 12 I I1I1l 413pa
i.. ,: laws, came to an end Friday morning, Hubbard Enoch, conductor, braKeman, 300 pm 1110am 700 pm 900.m _JAr...... 11eyraor'.. I.v Diem 1000'0 460Nn.3

lti '> south, thus giving the lie direct tot shortly after ten o'clock by a verdictof fireman and engineer respectively. )Voiailp 1 Orange City Branch No. Z No.4 No. 11 Saetord Brll\CII No. It

F the old Republican claim that the not guilty. with Foreman Mitchell and about Deny I I D.Uy Daily 1Ial1y -Dally---
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311 93O.m Lv..1\ewSmyrnaAr. l00pm 630pm 630. Lv TUnsvlIJeAr.1;;;
The trial of the pm
Democratic the whiskey case was com- thirty-five laborers on an extra flatcar. 'LV. Lake Helt'n 601 .
party was 400 1100 am LV.,1216 pm 930 am \r. Sanford Lv. 1000 -
t menced on the sixth of this month The completion of the Long Key pm 1120.m ,Lv.or.ngeCityLV.,1nOfJpm 440pm pm .... .................. .......r.411pm .
4 ;.. party. and has continued without interruption 415pm 1130.m ., 430 m .......... ... .... .. .... .......
viaduct marks the successful culmination I
for eleven working days. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CON ECTlON5 AT I unClose
? As indicating how the volume of of a feat that many had declared j
The case throughout was a com- Connections Made at Miami With Steamships of toe P. & 0. S.S. Co. for
R rz.: transportation in the south has fallen plicated one and was tried with care impossible on account of the depth NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST

by court, jury and attorneys.The and roughness of the water to be crossed
off recently the report issued by the .p -These TIME TABLES ihow the time at which train may be expected to arrive
charge was given by Judge it being a part of the Atlantic and depart from the averalltatlon*; but their arrival e.departure at the time
Central of Georgia for the second Locke stated la not guaranteed nor does the Company held itself responsible for any delayor
Thursday
Ii on morning at a ocean. The viaduct is two miles in arUIng therefrom. _

week of January shows that there short time after 10 o'clock and it was !length and is built of steel, iron and nay connoqnence For Copy of the Local Tine Card or Other Information

was a decrease in the gross earnings twenty-four hours after when the concrete. More than two years have "SEE THE TICKET AGENT,"
jury, having carefully considered its J.D. RAHNER. Assistant General Pass. Ajt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
of $72,400 while for two weeks of verdict returned to the court room been occupied in its construction and .

January the decrease was $132,700; with a report that discharged the de- the cost has reached into the millionsof

and this notwithstanding an increasein fendant. dollars.
When the jurymen filed in the courtroom The track from Long Key across
mileage of 23.42 miles as compared
was thronged and there was 'arious small keys and trestles separating ,

t 1 with the same month last year. the utmost quiet when the formali- then, will have been completed

ties were gone through with. within the next few days when A .s'titch in Tiime saves nine.
passenger -
Throughout the trial Mrs. Brown
The interstate commerce commission has faithfully and loyally supportedher trains will be put on to and Save many a sick spell

: 4.-. has just announced a decision of husband, and has been present from that point from Miami carryingand by the child

much general importance. Divested with him during the entire trial. bringing Key West and Havana I giving

When the verdict was read Mr. passengers and freight. With the I BALLARD'SHOREHOUND
of particulars it says that a higher Brown showed great agitation and inauguration of this service the steam |

charge may be made for short haul Mrs. Brown broke down completelywith (-) Montauk will cease its sailings
the joyful reaction after the SYRUP
included in a longer one when the from this ort and ply daily from
long and awful strain.
charge for the short haul is not unreasonable Immediately after his release Mr. Knights Key to Key West, connecting I EVERY MOTHER

in itself and the lower Br-\vn was recipient: : u.i many congratulations there with steamers for Havana and I should keep supplied with BcIIard's Horehound
if sil-}
Syrup >
charge for the longer haul is eau ed from his friends, and Cuban poil;[ wishes: to save her children from curious si.-k >|1':1:0.}| It i-.i-
both he and Mrs. Brown warmly I tains
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absolutely! nothing injurious, dots Uv\. e v-;.ijat.-. U.ta;
by competition at a common point. thanked the jury for the verdict ren 0. A. STEWART for children as well as adults.A .

dered. tl cough often leads to consumption and srtbuld be checked

News This en.Is what in many respects I immediately.
: The Tampa remarks thit ,
has been the moat notable case ever FIRE
"Senator Talliaferro and Senator tried in Dade county. A Household Necessity.

4 Bryan did not go to Washington together I The court ended the term and adjourned J- C.
Insurance f'mlth. Houston, Texas, writes: "I have used
but it is to be hoped that I after discharging the sureties Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my family for the pa&t
on the bond of G. R. Gomph and few years, and find it far to
superior all)" other cough
they will 'get together' soon after granting permission for the U. S. I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI medicine we have tried. Every household bhould U

arriving there," adding afterward! attorney null pros two cases. : supplied with this worthy remedy."
represent some of the leading i

offorts : Shipping to the Dry companies of the world and any ; The Delight of Children.
I business entrusted to me will receive -
Bashan Jan. 20, 1908. prompt andcareful attention CURES COUGHS COLDS, WHOOPING:
tion. It would seem to us from : SORE THROAT BRONCHITIS :
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the committee assignments as though ,
t Regarding your suggestion that if BOBBINS PRICE 25c SOc and
had $1.00
they already "got together. Florida is to try the popular fad, thatit '

may be necessary to prohibit ship AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. '' ,

Another military school has its eye ping into or through the dry counties, GRAHAM
10 i else the square cornered stiff paper -- CO., j500 j-
Florida for winter school
upon a four-quart packages prepaid by ex- Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ='

similar to the Kentucky Military press may prove the state's undoing, (Incorporated. Paid -IP Capita 25.COO.f'l

R academy has at Eau Gallie. The permit an unregistered citizen to This company owns landsin : -502 North Second Street
request of editors that'they use their the Indian River country I
4 Tennessee Military institute has an personal influence to have the bill ,on the ft. Lncie River, ST. LOUIS, MO., y'
at New River, and Biscayne
on !
option for this purpose upon property amended by a clause forbidding drug Bay.

in Green Cove Springs. This is something stores, under prison penalties from i iI ii

i that should heartily'encouraged keeping any poorer whiskey than PRICES TO SUIT TILE TlJIEK
ChattanOOgais now furnishing since Send for land 1 list. i

by our Florida towns. The Atlanta went dry and to have an ex- OFFICES Sold and Recommended byStoxo

i, movement is a good one for all parties ception made on the whole businessin TITUSVILLE MIAMI. I
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favor of aged folks on the Indian Titu
ii interested-the non-resident W.\XTED-8ecund hand bags and burlap: lviiio PhurmAOy and
river, east side. Since as you say,
any kind;anji quantity anywhere; we Trey 1
f t and the state at large. the New York bottom of the orange freight.RICHMOND BAG C..Richm.lId. BZtnnor Drug

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Orange Slump To Deepen St. Lucle Inlet. '3
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< ;,:"rIi.Melbourne: Beach, Fla.. Jan. 21. For thatDandruff ( Lucie Co. Tribune.) I ..'

}, ;:- i of the FLOSIDA STAB.If At the annual meeting of the :.: .
GU-I
S' $, :what.THE STAR: said last week berts Bar acht Club held last CNCLANDSAYS : :

-:;,, ..,fi'f.i_;. ,?about the slump in .the New York day afternoon, the following officers .
,market is true, then .t. demonstra- were. elected for this year: H. E. Se-
'f"1i-
, ',.',,- We, that state of Florida is losing: wall, commodore; Harry Jennings, I NO ALUM t
vice commodore C. S. Schuyler, secretary :
, N? .T S half a million dollars, this winter' ;

? < ,possibly more than this amount, beI \ There is one thing that will and treasurer; H. W. Bessey, .

cause; years ago, its legislature did '1 1II cure it-Ayer's Hair Vigor. measurer. III '
fOOD :
The club has been very active In Its :
: :t. not provide by a sufficient permanent -i It is a regular scalpmedicine.It !efforts to have the Santa Lucia Inlet I t:

; annual appropriation for the I
quickly destroys the germs opposite SewalTs Point, opened by .
; maintenance of the State Horticultu-I which this disease. and strictly prohibits : s
. cause the government, and at the last session

ral society a working capital to do The unhealthy scalp becomes of Congress secured the passageof the sale or alum t .

r +. its routine and experimental work, healthy. The dandruff disap- a bill authorizing a survey, which y"

print and distribute its special and was made by Major Shank of the civ- baking powder- .s i
had A
pears to disappear.
.. its annual reports. It gives this society il engineer corps, U. S. A. It is reported So does France
healthy scalp means a great deal
e
nothing. The members work that Major Shunk's report was

for the public and pay their own ext to you-healthy hair, no dan- unfavorable, but his assistant filed a So does Germany

penses, print their reports, each druffno pimplesno eruptions.The favorable report, and the matter has -

member having just best kind of a testimonial been set to be heard before the Rivers
one copy'and
none to give "Sold for over sixty years." and Harbors Committee next Monday. has been made regal in Washington and

away. JCxU by J.C.Ayer Co..Ix>w U.MAM.AUo at which meeting the club has seat bia and alum baking powders are
; Now the fall in prices of oranges m nuf otartr or ,
A Commodore H. E. Sewall to represent
' : is due not half as much to the ship- > SAISAPA2ILLA.rjerscnEa.ayPECtoQus injurious.
I their interests, and hope for a success- To protect y
ping of green fruit and to the hard t .
ful
outcome. i
times in the cities north as it is to when ordering
Commodore Sewall is a warm person

the rotting 'of fruit in transit, a at friend of Senator Frye. of Miami,
bear with me, and with a little pa- :
heavy loss every year but worse now and through him has enlisted the support Sayplamly'
tience and descretion I feel that I
my
for reasons not necessary here to of the entire Miami delegation for

& mention, and this rotting is nearly ten years experience in this localityhas the Inlet. Lieut \Villoughby has eu '
pretty well familiarized me with D 'VA I
.
all due to ignorance and want of care listed .a large part of the Pennsylvania
local values, and some headway will
on the part of growers in not picking delegation and Congressman Burton V 1ft
be made. I have made mistakes
boxing and generally handling and others of the Ohio delegation, and
and so has everyone. My plans, during -
properly before the oranges start on the past few months have been re Crosby Thompson, manager of the and be very sure you get Royal

Florida Navigation Co.. which proposes is the Powder
their journey to market. I tarded on account of the financial disturbance Royal only Baking

; A government expert has been on throughout the country, as to build a ship cana. from the inletto Cream of Tartar. It adds to the
Lake Okeechobee and Fort Myers,
duty in the state a year or more investigating well as preparing for the trial before someness of the food.
has been successful in bringing several
this rotting in transit. the United States court and now, the i
of the New York delegation to sup-
His preliminary report has been time has arrived when, after a few
port the movement. Congressman
the State Horticultural days matters have been straightenedout
printed by
Sparkman has also lent valuable assistance -- .
society. Another report of his will I will be able to say more to the I. PERISHED.i i
and since the opening of Con NINE MAY HAVE : could by-

be out this winter. But who reads l'ubUc'regarding the future plans of gress, Congressman Clark has been assisting I i some

and who knows anything about it? clearing up the wreck." in the movement. I In Monday's Terrific Storm On Tampa The in
When asked what the plans of li-
Precious few. These are the few Bay. ; charge +
quidation would be, Mr. Brown replied -
members of the society who have NoticeI way_ -
The St. Petersburg Independent of
that he was not prepared at I
paid their one dollar and got their will be at the following places for the purpose men not
Thursday :
this time to state, but referred to says I
of assessing the taxes for 1908 at the Know. S
one report. the Instance in New York city, where time named below. I would take it as a great Captain Sweat, the John's Pass fish The i

I wrote recently to the presidentof the depositors of the KnickerbockerTrust favor if all would meet me at the designated erman who furnishes the Hibbs Fish ,

the society for a spare copy to give I Company have rallied to the places at the time named. It will enable me Company with a bulk of their fish, and .this fears

to an orange grower, and the presi- support of the institution and the consequence to complete my work earlier and more correctly who has $8,000 invested in his enter were #
be nine
dent replied that he had but his own is, the bank will shortly W. H. HALL, Assessor. prise, brought one of his crew to this ,. men FLORIDA'I

one copy and could not get me an- open up, entirely through cooperationof )Micro !Monday, Feb. 3rd, morning at P.Berteben's. charge, eight fishermen, a launch and within

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other. This state of affairs is dis- the depositors.In four small boats. They were destined -
Grant, Tuesday, Feb. 4th, morning at L.Jorgensen's. If a
graceful. All live fruit growing conclusion, Mr. Brown requested for a place between Smack's bayou day or for ;

: "Please state for Mrs. Brown and and Pappy's bajou.After .
states support their horticultural societies I Malabar, Thursday, Feb. 6th, morning, at I lost, In
with* ample funds. myself that we are very thankful and Arnold's store.1lelbourne the terrific blow of Monday I j I history in

'. I am most at home in Minnesota.The appreciate'the acts of those who haven Saturday, Feb. 8th,morning, at night Captain Sweat hastened the next 1 these

horticultural society in that state kindly stood by us during the try Brown's hotel.Melbourne morning to the place where the boats I

ing days just past. The verdict of Beach,Monday, Feb.10th,morn should have been, but could not find I Most ,
has made Minnesota a commercial
not guilty while it has brought glad- ing, at postoffice. the men. He came back and enlisted pimples blood.
apple growing state. It has all the Eau Gallie, Tuesday, Feb. 11th, morning, & blood
ness to our hearts, has not alleviatedour the services of H. W. Hibbs and his
The instance at McMillan's hotel. tonic. ,
to that it needs. -
money use grief the failure of the Fort
over fleet of auxiliary boats, and they scour -
been known whereit Tropic, Thursday, Feb. 13th, morning, at t
has never Dallas National Bank and the distressit
postomce. ed al! the" waters up the bay. --

asked for an appropriation without has brought to the depositors. The Banyan,Thursday, Feb. 13th, afternoon,at The launch was found at anchor. It

getting all it asked for and by a terdict has not for an instant lessened postoffice. had roiled so that the anchor was

unanimous vote of the legislature. my determination to make good. I Brantley, Friday, Feb. llth, morning, at I thrown o\erboard and it held. The It

Florida is old fogy,away back, and shall have something more to say postoffice. boat was pretty full of water, and
Lotus Friday, Feb. tth.afternoon at post-
? deserves all the slump it gets.OLIVER shortly." othce.Georgians. evidently had been quickly abandoned -

; GIBBS. Saturday, Feb. kith morning, by the crew, which undoubted and

COMFORTING WORDS Provoot's st.ore.Clul'tenay took to the small boats to :set to shoreA

BROWN WILL MAKE GOOD ,Tuesday. Feb. 19th, morning at few nets were also found adrift

--- -- postoffice. Ever since, day and night, Captain _._
Efforts to be Made to Reimburse Fort Many a Florida Household Will Find Indianola, Wednesday, Feb. 19th, morning, Sweat and Hibbs' men have been working I

Dallas Bank Depositors. at postoffice. every possible point to locate the
Them So )It'rritl'WNnl'Sday., Feb. 19th, afternoon,
;' The fliaml Metropolis of Saturday at pobtothce.Koikledge. men or get some more evidence of
To have the pains and aches of It bad their fate.
: Feb.2Mb,
says Thursday, morning, SI
back r no\edto be entirely free from ,
late Todathe feel well disheartened
Mr. William M. Brown president at Luckhardt's store. I'wtt
disorders isis
annoying, dangerous urinary
of the closed Fort Dallas Nation enough to make any kidney sufferer Cocoa, Saturday, Feb. 22nd, morning, at and believe i thatl\the crew

al Bank of this city, who was acquitted grateful To tell how tin great change can town hall. was lost at sea, for bj this'time they I ITI 1' f
brought by be brought about will Drove comforting City Point Monday, Feb.21th morning, at ;
:yesterday of charges ____ ___ ____
words to hundreds of Florida readiis. postomre.Sharpes.
the agent of the Comptroller of Currency i. A. Owning, seaman, of 419 L. St IVn- Monday, Feb. 24th, afternoon at 4\ HVHftiVi'i\! (\rt'\H <{ !lVfl\Hl( ( <" !\ './.'/ 'i
was seen today by a Metropolis Bacola, Fla., tells how to do it. lie says: pl..tuffice I 1IIIII1I1I1I1I1111I11I11I

reporter at his home on Avenue B. "From my f'xpt'rit'uceith Doan's Kidney -
Titusrillell'ednesday, Feb. 26th morning
Pill I recommend
can strongly
and asked whether or not he haJ at court house.
them to anyone in need of a good medicine
';" made any plans for the future and for the kuhiejs. Kidney complaintand : Mims, Thursday. Feb. 27th, morning at I IZH

,; whether he would remain in Miami backache caused me huflerii at intervals HfetuOice. ;
for jears. The first or second attack LaGrange Friday Feb. 2i>th, morning,at
} ; To this question Mr. Brown replIed* I did not mind, but as time went by ruuper sop.Nathan ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ I ZZ 2 t
"While the verdict of 'not guilty.1iJ. they grew worse and at times laid me upI IlL M1
Tuesday Mch. 3rd. noon, at post-
brought in by the jury yesterday has could hardly walk and it was a difficult t.ffit"e.
matter to straighten i after stoopinc while Jas. |
r naturally caused me great mental relief the kidney secretions were irregular and "Canaveral Wednesday, Mch. 4tb, morning; .

: it has by no means, returned the unnatural Doan's Kidney Pill curetl at postoffice.Art P

money--- to p the depositors and creditorsof me. From personal experience| I know >ia, Thursday Mch. 5th, morning at Handle the sg
the Fort Dallas National Bank. Furthermore that this remedy can I* ilei>endtl upon postoflke.Hauloer.
to fulfill the representations made for it." Monday, Mch.9th, morning, at i
I shall ,not be contented until Heavy and
Thos Crooks.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
have been paid.
,
the depositors Foster-Millllrn Co., Buffalo, New York, :;: .
r To a question regarding whether or sole agents for the United States. -
STATE OK OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO \ ;
not he would remain here, Mr. Brown Remember the' name-Doan's-and Lucas COUXTY. }f88* | '

said "I shall stay right here in Miami take no nther. Our \
FBVJ.K J. CHENEY makes oath that he is
until all hope of paying the depositors Weekly Weather Report. the senior partner of tbe firm of J.CIIENFY :; ;
Guns and
will have to be abandoned, in the it Cx:)..doing business in the city of Toledo, ,
JUPITER FLA., Jan. 21. 190$. county and state aforesaid and that said firm
t event of their failure to cooperatewith will pay the sum of One hundred Dollars for
at
statement of temperaturesand is complete
Comparative aud l"aof catarrh that cannot be
about an amicable each every
me in bring&g rainfall fQr the week finding Tuesday. cured by theusewf VLL'sAT\RBH(CURE !

settlement of bank's affairs. Of 1908 1907 FRANK J. CHENEY.Snoru --- ---. -- -- .: .
course If the depositors are inactive DATE. M\X. MIX. MX.lIS.:: to before me and suWrilied in my t IlL .
Jan. 15. 66 4J: 71 65 presem this 6th dayof loemlJt.or.D.l r6.
I can do nothing. I must necessarily 16. 75 54 78 67 Paints and Oils gone ;
;:;::
have their co-operation in my plans 17. 73 58 73 63 { } A. W. OLEASON.
1$. 70 1 7$ 58 -..- Notary Public.
all of which I will make known in a .. 19. ti9 **> 77 68 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally aud of our i}
few days." 20. 75 63 79 65 acts: directly the bluest and mucous surfaces ,
"MrGeorge 21. 75 69 68 64 of the system. end for testimonials free : jn
Continuing Mr. Brown stated: Total rainfall for the week 213 incl es. F J. CHENEY & ('0., Toledo,Ohio. I

M. Robbins, in my behalf, with Departure rainfall for the week plus 1.20 Quotations for large or

the attorneys for the receiver of the inches. Itching piles provoke profanity, but profanity ,
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus won't cure them. Doan Ointment be given personal
bank is engaged at present in drawing .e 6 inches. cures itching, bleeding or protruding piles after -
up papers, transferring my prop- H.Official I' HARDIV.in Charge. years of suffering. At any drug store. solicited and

and framing ;
to the receiver
erty over O.A.J TO %.A... TITUSVILLE
other plans of settlement. Stops earache in two minutes toothache or ,
up Sun tli Tta Kind Tea Nata Always Bag;!!
scald in five minutes, hoarseness *
said Mr. Brown, "that pain of burn or
-I believe, one hour; muscleache, two hours; sore Bigaatait! ,# # .
4 the people of Miami and Dade countyand throat, twelve hours-Dr. Thomas Electric d ____ wrn5'?mmA''mmwmmm"' 'rnrn}
especially ,the depositors will Oil, monarch over pain.

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THE FLORIDA ,STAR 1008.0
; sx FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. _
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:' : $! ,: .
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'Y+ '/- ... Is the new method now used In Rooseelt -
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.><< -'I Overvorkveakens
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,, ,...- ;... :( gK hospital New York city. This
f .
hl Idea which Is a new one. has proved Your Kidneys.

1 & very successful patients having been '.

1.i"iil cured whose bodies were seared near- Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blaod.

.: ," "* Iy halfver.. while heretofore the case
: -- ? has been deemed fatal when one-third All the blood in your body passes through '

or the body was burned. A sort of your kidneys once every three minutes.
'w"ff The kidneys are your
:;t oven Is formed by Introducing a latticework r blood purifiers they filter .
.
', .f ,'t!.-' frame under the bedclothes over l cut the waste or

\ .'"-'./ the patient's body prevent the bedding Impurities ia the blood.

!l i i .{r:, from coming In contact with the If they are sicker out

. ; .-< skIn. Int? this oven the beat Is Intro- cf order they fail to do
1t
;; "' ducal from a common gas stove by __ ti their work.

;, : J. means of a ppe.: The surgeons at the Pains aches and rheumatism -

'- ".f;-, t : :-. -f.;,; ..% d- hospital are very enthusiastic about the come from excess
: + : :
''Z :
;, add in the
'- .-: C t !7V.i..., N z cf1'C!
:-ft ., new treatment. blood, due to neglected
these two colons from Interfering with goon concerning affairs In Cuba during Farman Wins Airship Prize. kidney trouble.

lLEGAL-CRIMINAL) I.ltrli I the business of the Hammond Lumber the past year. After commending henry Yar an, the French aeronaut Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady

; f? ,. highly Magoon's administration of the has won the Deutsche-Archdeacon heart beats, and makes one feel as though
owned United
by the Shipping
company bad heart trouble because the heart is
Cuban government and explaining the to the first they ,
: "t Hereditary Insanity Thaw's Plea.' and Transportation company of prize of $10,000 promised over-working In pumping thick kidney-
' ; :. events which will postpone the presidential make circular
:
who should a
gr When the trial of Harry K. Thaw San Francisco. The case grew out ofa election In Cuba until December person poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It .
; demand by the employees on their kilometer In an airship heavier than used to be considered that only urinary
ljr for the murder of Stanford White was next and the turning over of the
: than
at vessels: for an Increase of wages. In air. Mr. Farman did even better troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
;!.c $ resumed ,at. New York last week Assistant government to the Cuban people until
r the test required. modern that
denial of which they struck and undertook he conditions of but> now science proves nearly
l' !" i' District Attorney Garvan made March or April of tOO he says "Thi Us outer mark was 512 meters from all constitutional diseases have their beginning -
,," the"opening address for the state demanding to Influence the employees remaining
.; ;;" Is In compliance with our promise the start and his curves were such in kidney trouble.If .
' ,_i ikt; either conviction on the on the vessels.! It was charged when we assumed temporary control 1.SOO meters. you are sick you can make no mistakeby
covered
that he actually
: of deliberate and that they had conspired to Interferewith first kidneys. The mild
Charge premeditated of Cuba and It seems to me that we Aeronauts con doctoring your
i r acquittal holding that there I the lumber company's'business.Another and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
;(' murder or ought to allow nothing to interfere sider this exp -

.. ..; J was no middle ground. There was no Banker Indicted. with carrying out that promise. The ,- Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
T : ploit the greatestsince soon realized. It stands the highest for its
t-- Important change In The latest outcome of the bank In- president in transmitting Taft's reportto M. Santos-
of the
wonderful cures most distressing casesand
: ;: the case submitted vestigation of the New York grand congress advanced the date of Cu- Dumont circumnavigated is sold on its merits

,4K sT by the prosecution Jury is the indictment of William R. ba's release to Feb. 1. 1900. the by all druggists in fifty- f.

Alga testimony being Montgomery president of the Hamilton Spain Pays Old Claims. -71 k Eiffel tower In a cent and one dollar size, ..

ix mainly that of eyewitnesses bank charging him with a misdemeanor The state department has received l dirigible: balloon es. You may have a _"

to the in making overdrafts in Sep- and of sample bottle by mail BOOM of snap-Root.
from the Spanish government"$570.000 as being
i shooting of White tember and October of last year. y free also pamphlet telling you how to find
in of claims which far
payment indemnity more prospctievalue
-- IV* by Thaw. Martin Montgomery pleaded not guilty and out if you haw kidney or bladder trouble.
the result'of the of
were depredations
Mention this when writing Dr. Kilmer
W_ Littleton In his bail was fixed at $2. 00 on each of + paper
Spanish privateers upon American com ; than Santos-Du- lot Co.. Binghamton N. Y.
; Y opening address two indictments. His counsel holds I
9 merce and of the war between Spain mont's perform-
"h' made clear the pur- that his violation of law was purely and her American colonies between the Henry Farman. anoe. The aero- Don't make any mistake bat remember

e : pose to rest the defense technical the name. Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
years 1819 and 1S34. pane: weighs: 300 pounds. A frame- Root, nd the address. BiDgbamptou, N. Y.,
F :s entirely
: upon Charges Against Judge Grosscua. Bids For Army Airship. work of ash ant piano wires supports on every bottle.
:
y : the of hereditary
1 s FJV; plea insanity the- Grave charges have been made in the The six bids received by the war de- two horizontal parallel planes of light!

#: : 1-W. Littleton. taint United States supreme court against partment for furnishing the army sig- sailcloth thirty feet long. A fifty Third brigade Florida Confederate
p comingfrom Judge Peter S. Grosscup of the Seventh motor Is placed just behind -
nal with balloons in horsepower
both the father's and the mother's corps dirigible accordance Veterans will hold their annual rean
United States circuit court at Chicago with Issued and bone the level of the.lower
y side In recounting the story of Thaw's specifications several Ion in Tampa February 19. while thE-
e by petitioners representing registered weeks ago have been opened and plane or'tllp forward set of sails.
J life he brought into the foreground numerous I state fair is in progress, as has been
y stockholders of the West Chicago; found to run from $5.000 to $30.000.I With a preliminary mn of a hundred

; incidents from his birth tending Street Railway company. The complaints i These bids will be passed upon by a yards over the groun 1 th? aeroplane the custom for several years past.
to show the existence of
,
A physical allege that he violated his oath board consisting of officers of the signal had risen to a height of twelve or fifteen -
weakness and In the
sx mentallnl1rmlty. of office in assuming Jurisdiction;; over corps. The balloon to be built by feet before It reached the starting The Charming Woman
submitted for-
k ', subsequent teachers testimony friends and associates of the Consolidated Street railway case, the successful bidder must be designedto pole. Then with outstretched wings it H not necessarily! one of perfect form and
k 1 mer in which be had a penonallnter'St. If sailed out across the field at a heightof features. Many a plain woman who
carry two persons having a combined -
; Thaw called to tell of the
ft C were upon the court should uphold these charges. weight of 3:.0 pounds and will from twenty-five to thirty feet and ewM never serve a. an artist' mod,
actions and looks of the defendant
peculiar It Is said, there would be no course at a speed of twenty-five mites an jo.'pe! se9 those rare qualities that all the
be Inflated with The material
hydrogen.
,x- long before he had known the open other than for the United States hour. The test took place about five world admires; neatness dear! *'>**, clean:
will be silk. be furnished the
to
by
woman who was to become his wife. .senate to try him under Impeachmentproceedings. miles from Paris. smooth skin and that epnxhtliircea! of step
k t William S. Thaw a second cousin told signal corps. Inside the gas: bag there No Prehistoric Americans. and action that fuii>mpany god health.

of relatives who bad died in Insane must be one or two smaller balloon- A physically weak woman is never attractive -

? asylums.* During the taking of this Harriman Must Answer. ettes having total capacity of at least That no human bones of prehistoric not even to herself. Electric

testimony Evelyn Nesbit Thaw and Judge Hough in the United States one-sixth of the balloon. The frame origin have yet been found In AmericaIs Bitters restore weak women, give strong

other relatives[ and witnesses were district court has directed Edward II. must b? capable being taken apart the conclusion of a pamphlet soon to nerves, bright;: eyes, smooth, \eivt-tyskin,

t Harriman to answer all but one of the and easily" assembled. The balloon will be issued by Dr. Ales Ilrdlica of the beautiful complexion iuaranteed at
: excluded from the courtroom. and Titosville Phar
questions to which he refused to replyin be accepted only after a trial flight United States National museum. Dr. Banner Orng Store

Ruef Obtains Immunity.It the Investigation of the Union Pacific which will probably be held at Fort Urdllca was formerly of the staff of macy. 50'

h Is now certain that Abe Ruef. the system by the Interstate commerce Myer. Va.Cuts the American Museum Natural History

4 '. former boss of the San Francisco Labor commission last winter. He also and since going to Washington Casr3TORIdt1. .
patry machine whose confession oft time the of 3eaze tae 1if Kind yt5 ila't I'vd1S -
directed Otto II. Kahn of Kuhn Loeb has devoted much to study

,. grafting was used to bring about the & Co. to reply to all the inquiries to I_COMMERCIAL I the bones of ancient and modern man. Bgu&turt; 1-.1-- .
' conviction of former Mayor Schtnitz.
which! he refused a response at that

will go free. District Attorney Lang- time. The action before Judge
y came ; His Own Salary. I INDUSTRIALArmy I
don and his chief counsel Ileney. after Hough the certification of the
t upon
President Finley of the Southern rail-
i a conference with Ruef. admitted that Interstate commerce commission that alIsEIii
facts in the of the former way has announced a reduction of 10
possession In Its opinion the questions should be of Unemployed Grows. :
! cent In the of the general officers
boss to convict the big per pay
were necessary answered, and argument was hear.! I Evidence accumulates as the days goby
' > of the road and their office forces.
men who debauched the board of supervisors last fall.n appeal will be taken to that in the wake of the recent financial I
4 to take effect' Feb. 1. This applies to
and others by offering bribes for the United States supreme court. panic the country Is face to face SPECIAL OFFER:

\ franchises. The refusal of Ruef to tes the president as well as to the other with "unemployed" problem of ] ".i t. t.IU Sew B...._ A trial wm

x tify In the trial of General Counsel I officials. The reason assigned; 1:5in serious proportions. For several weeks nuke you our permanent coatomer
view of the falling off of business and PrIze Collection ktr..rkc.ewc.th -
Ford of the United Railroads resulted .
I EXECUTIVEGoldfield I there has been a steady Influx of Idle .12
.. I the decrease in revenues." 1II the flnot;T.r.Ip.1 f plrnti.4 i u.b.,a lest.ane-
In the acquittal of Ford as Ileney was men in all the great centers of popula .. .- .

; unable to connect him with the payment Wall Street House; Suspends. tiou. overtaxing the various agenciesof GCAKANTEtD TO PLEAS

I! of $30.000 to supervisors. In return Didn't Need Army. Announcement has been made on the charity while local labor bodies WriteSEND -J'eniol_this P.per.

for his testimony Rnef Is to get an The president's latest letter to Governor New York Stock Exchange of the suspension have taken notice of the clamor for relief 10 CENTS

'. immunity bond which will protect him Sparks calls attention to the re- of the firm of Kolx-rt Maclay & in their own ranks. Socialist! asi I boors pOiUg ml pwkicf:. and r..n.UU vslakkl

: \ from all danger of prosecution on any port and the conclusion reached by the Co. with liabilities estimated at $1;''0)) .- tutors have been quick to turn this collMtioa l..tr.etlra of fr4 He..Ur.po tp aids Mel tonUxtr.... Plad with n..t mj bif
..W.a.bo.,'1M stet.wia.w of-.. P..azi
F of the eleven Indictments that now special commission that if the state 000. The :suspension' : of the firm Is situation to their party account by 81:1: ac

r stand against hint.a and county exercise the powers at their said to be due directly to the embarrassment holding public meetings and Insisting H. W. Buckbee. iUQWlli.; ..

.. Numerous Theater Indictments.The disposal they can maintain satisfactoryorder of E It. Thomas In connection that it was what they had all along

In Goldfield; that so far those with the various banks in which of .
grand jury at Kansas City. Mo., predicted as a consequence the exIsting
:
authorities have done nothing but are he was Interested the house carryinga of
4. hag returned 109 indictments agaInst system capitalism. Last week
1 relying upon federal aid and their large amount of stock on his account of
s persons engaged in theatrical work they organized processions the unemployed -

4 charged with violating the old Sunday tlrude Is that .>f expressly refusing:1.t-1 in Boston. Cincinnati and

"1 ; closing law many of those indicted being do anything and d"siring to throw German Lines In Agreement.: other cities and aided the rent strike TIME IS MONEY

., i nonresident actors, who will have own burdens upon the federal According; to dispatches from Burin. at New York. In SL Louis several!
raent for the maintenance of those elementary -'
to return for trial or forfeit bonds. I en. the North German IJoyd Steamship hundred men marched to the city hal
conditions of order for which
j
t1'' Each manager was indicted as many company and the Hamburg-American and asked the mayor to give them I

rt times as he had actors and employees I they and they! only are responsible | Steamship company have definitelyagreed work and steps were taken!: to stun" ; f
In their the commissioners !
report j -
i working at his theater the preceding say ; to work in unison In the matterof street improvements for their :,v:ie.it
that in their belief, there was no war-j
Sunday on the theory that the employer I I the North American and east Asiatic The Central Federated union of New jI
rant whatever for calling the
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t ;1t violates the law as much by upon I shipping of the two lines. The agreement ; York held a public mass meeting Jan

forcing his employees! to work as does i president for troops that there was no t! is to last for four years. Sitnul 10. at which Comptroller! Metz and oth-
!
Insurrection against the pow'rf the
e the employee consenting to work. taneoucly with news of the agreement; er city officials were questioned as to
state and that nobody supposed tin-re':
Standard Oil Quiz Resumed. comes the annorncemrnt tint the Ham why so many city contracts had been
such Insurrection. j
was an They say.
burr-\m,rj'tn} line l'as nt its second held up. At (Chicaso: is estimate
Hearings before Special EiaminerFerris "The action of the mine! operators warrants
I j cabin rates from $'J to $'1. to take effect that near t.o. OO workers are idle
appointed by the federal circuit the belief; that they had determined I

7 court of Missouri were resumed at upon a reduction in wages and immediately. Rai'road Building In 1997.

r New York Special Counsel Kellogg: i ii tin- refusal of employment to the Wl"t.1" Aliens TOOK $10CCO.COO.) A' .-"nli!;! to the estimates of the

i*. representing the government The connection era Federation of Miners, but that they j According to figures compiled: by the rtilway Gazette. 3.220 miles of new r-

t :r between the Security Oil Company feared to take this course of action unless North German: Lloyd line. S110.000.OW railways were built during 1007.' This I

e!: of Texas and the Standard was they had the protection of federal was taken out of the United State was exclusive of second' third and .

< -f! ';. brought out through the testimony of troops and that they accordingly laid a I last: year by alien returning: ; to their fourth tracks, sidings anil electric line This i< jn-t *' tru in regard to Sewing

:J. i Assistant Secretary Rain of the former plan to secure such troops and then put I former homes in Europe. This computation The total Is 8 per cent less than for Machines anything else.

I ;t;. company. Next day the Standardappeared their programme into efe: <'t" i Is based on figures: furnished by VWi. though the year began with con By using; Long Shuttle Machines, nutter

r to wore a point in the admission Rig Welcomes American Fleet. I steamship agents, money changers and litions promising: ; larger constructionthan how well made you are actually thru.ring t

:"" t. : of William W. TarbelU treasurer I others. ever before. The amount spent away 3 hours out "
t' I. i L' of the Pure Oil Company of Philadelphia The American battleship fleet on new equipment exceeded that of THE :STANDARD: ROTIEY SHUTTLE .
ed at Rio de Janeiro. Brazil arrlv'I= 'I Sugar Trust's New Policy.At .
1900 by 25 per cent approximating SEWING MACHINEWill
that he had been a member
and was warmly received by the last annual meeting of stockholders -
Protective association $447,000,000.) The figures show a prac make 350 stitches
of the Producers'
the
American Uefin yi same time LOB .
of the
sands of people: who lined the water j Sugar *
tlcal cessation of in the older battle Machines
formed to raise the price of crude building malt only 2iio
,
'r front to witness the of the Ing formal statement was
passage company railroad The Standard Rotary Tnuri >a1 is
t states, excepting Pennsylvania. J me-S sci
oil. lie said his company had gut control vessels' up the harbor escorted by made that the old policy of secrecy entiticailycornct, which frt has been proven
; f of other oil! companies and that three warships from the Brazilian would lie abandoned. and a resolution The main Increase was In the l.y :.i years lsu"n'N>fu I use in all parts of the
doubled 1SOG Indirect south and southwest Texas has for world and by our
his business had since competitors
i!,
continuously
t Salutes for the: Issue ofa
navy. were exchanged; with was adopted providing: trying
to i it
with the Standard. some years led all the :states In railway ropy without Micce*. THP
i competition the forts an.! afterward with the Brazilian statement showing the company's assets -TAM\RI IRANI ROTARY
Is the brother of Ida Tar- mileage: having at present a total TilE
Mr. Tarbell
I and C; in the Including the various : WORLDS BESTSEWING :
erma warships plants: ar MACHINE i3 two t
of HL
13021. effect the UnitedStates
1 bell the noted assailant! of the Standard !::\-ho... The newspapers of the city tire and inactive. It was also decide! urchinr in one-LIM'fc and Chain >tit.-h-
I Ball
creates every five years a new Bt>arinx ?t.UldStraightutomatit..
I i Oil company. issued special American editions to to preserve: the accumulated! surpla* a5 railway system with a greater mileage Do Dot fAil to investigate the Lift.the M

Sailors Union Case Fails. commemorate the visit An extensive working capital. This decision for publicity than the combined railways of the Fa"te1. Mo.t Silent- Easiest 'sri the

An Important legal victory for capital programme of entertainments had been Is attributed larcely! to the efforts United Kln *lom. must T\SD.\Rnr.T.\kY.durable "ewing .Machine" made TilE

- In its use of Injunctions against prepared In honor of both officers and of Claus Spreckels. who Is a -. ---- a revelation:' Write for prices demonstration"and Ea... .

s 1 strikes was scored when the supreme men. Unfortunately! Admiral Evans large stockholder In the CQmpmy.I : '. ... ;..-\,. f....:: = Plan. Guaranteed Sewing lachint'1i 4 Payment

' court at Washington denied the petition who is suffering from his old enemy ;):;:::;:l 4 ;.. 1.1)I up.

of the Sailors' Union of the Pacific rheumatism has had to forego;: some r.ar.b; >lJ ;srt; ...... The Standard Sewing: Machine Co,
: ...,.... ::1 t3 M S. Broad St. Atlanta.
:tk. Ga.
,
t and the Pacific Coast Marine 1, of the festivities. I SCIENTIFIC'' '&o4 n. ::JKY' -'' ;/.1t.); The Standard ,
of certlo- Sewing
Firemen's union for a writ To Leave Cuba In 1909. FURS / Machine

: rari. Involving the review of the decisions -I Secretary Taft has transmitted to tho Burns Cured by Baking. and Hnfu. ee ,,; cEV is sold by the Indian River

- -. of two circuit courts enjoining ...... .... ;:Z ; I ,"
president the report of Got'ernor1a- Baking a patient as a cure for bulL c.aItoIoa.: k..' L \: \t Music: House, Titusville




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