The Florida star ( January 31, 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 31, 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:
UF00075901:00269

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

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TIJTUBVYtLLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1908


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SA OFDWI Qmn naulity Shoes LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
P SWT m m AID INCIDEMI ADM PERSONAIS
a wol and all Ukids ofdhes to
p. 01tthem still.theya. an abe-Uadanl PMragPoph 1 Wut uIdathat lawn,"ex qualit"y.bM9i O t the W ph l of TIW
ien Qum~ show worth 25 cents, Mondey's speialY11
0variedaeotother lot worth u cents for
W aen -ri. .N.Tm ma fer y.,i. lea t yueadcablig
M-AMead.m m -aW plants, for We are smtin more women with Try fHataC & orfe Jermeybutt-S centL 1000 Surebead cabbageplantsr
6116 J. a. WAuKm. them every day be e their rerp- ter and eins. inoleum, in beautiful inlaid pat- sae. J. R. WALKM.
e. inaser is pmiftng a few t gron w y y* i Roons to rent, furniubed and unfun-terns, special 59 cents per square Mrs. E. W& w uey is ruo h.. f-
wa m ta o thi wee. ras aiQdLitM.ABil l rt itished at MIrs. A. B. Dodmmn's. y --ard*.si a evere attack of lagrippe.
A dsloge than my othe ready e.d White-Ma llas bed spreads, ex- N reo .yt
A* e ate eats ate- doa oe. y it c. M .sr W. e ,srt, tra wide, worth $.50, special $49. New Vitrv o o for Februy
Smnts t a dollar., by a ate shipmet of oxfords justtre- R. D. Hoke, of Jenen, spent a part Good quality of yard wide aun- Im River MiaieHouse, asotlheVie-
&Oa dsavedoabyoodme. eeived in all the ry latest cuts. yt y in town and caedat T bleacheddoesti, Monday's special, tr Vitrola needle, the very best .
he Nevity tem keaps I bks, sta- Send us your orders we can please STAR office. 12 yards for SL. Have you tried Heath & C. for me-
,ihr m. aois, pa st c|rk, jewelry. you. Mr. Rod Smith h-returned to Titu- Drews linen in navy blue, ligt blue rie. "Poplhr prices" i heir tt- ,
S m- teys. 5-cent and lo-ent WINSTON S. BRANNING ville from Sanford, where he lasbeen and in natural ol cents a popular they are-Lowet ries
M. Doda for the past few month and expects to per yard, 3wi M hXwn.
: AL L^ -o f o returned b e riThe ClotlinrigStoreremain here permanently. Ladies' dymade drawers, made
M-a.& Jea, Wo returned hoame Ti tu i r .. l of an excellent quality of domestic, Mis Mabel Berge arrived Tuemdayaf-
SfWm O r a few days ago Tit ll Florida. Mr. F. P. Ziy, of Oak Hill, paid THB with tucks and lwmub itehing, special ternoon from New Smyrna for a shrt
wgi'lpef, is mach inmproed at this STA sanctum a pleasant call Wednes- 29 events per pair. viit with her friend, Mrs. D. B. Pritch
wIs w are pleased to state. W.S. BRANNING RF.IGNS day morning. He was in town for the Ladies' nightgowns, made of a ard.
J.l. Da nisi A.l J. Shavr, Dmp*rp,! of making an ppmtmnt with good quality of domestic, trimmed
Mo J. & D= e A. M c H nGivenUpPotion asnIr tyforate l with torchon lace or embroidery, Mr. Ge R. Gomph, who wM th
PI -esa w cm on an etemnded of lndim. River State Bank which Mr. ziy has for sale, having fin- specials 9entseach. cashier of the Fort Dallas Natas
wadwin Oesola county ad Mr. Branning tendered his resig- hed shipping his crop of oranges. White nainsook, specially good for bank housecured a pva ttia, Cuin and wbi-
T m d .t d r dm ghmrop of Pi fineunderwear,special 15 cents per ners bourenin Havana, Cubs, andw
We e tseteto turn tomorrow with nation as cashier of the Indian River Mrs. James I-nghn, n ,.of Pitts- yard. make that city his future home
O-d1 f Samu. State bank, Titusville, Fla., on Janu- burg, and Mrs. W. Drennen uisell, of White Linino, specially good for M a Mrs. C. J. Denha. mewed
4.W..B. He.tzof iWJi, ary r eBianegham, prominent and wealthy shirtwaists and shirt waist suits, 36 TMSr.da i e Dme ted
B. of iJa r Bra- ary t, '. By request he agr people of theirespective states, were incheswide, special 15 cents per yard. day their new home, the Ne-
.% wUi spending the winterat hi to remain one month longer. in Titvif thefrstof the ueek and White pearl buttons in all sizes cottage which they recently p-
SgiM at a t paid a visit February t he will take full charge werewell pleased without town and special 8 cents per doen. chased, situated on the river front in
at ofhis lothinstore. his business hav- willprobably re rLacecurtains, yards long,beau- South Tituville. The place they
t. l mfriedDr.eturnin o hisotu clot g sto i buse ha- wr J prb yreunhueatrsijnso worth $2.50, special coated is now occupied by Mr. and M
HalwsPam, We ay, r iu ing grown so that it requires his their humbands. at Miami. t eigns, worth 50, special tedisnow pied by Mr.
C-j lBat y$1em.2. $151S per pair. Ges. W. Scobe, Jr.
Mm r, Dwyeed by a lady whole time and attention. Mr. T. A. Snyder, of Hobe Sound, ac- Boy's knee pants, made of a fine
.s oli hmeas, from Roekedge, nta Mr. Branninghavingbeeneonnect- companiedbya partyof friends., arrived quality of hard finished worsted, A moving picture show at the Tis-
panrt ftTmday aftam in town. ed with the bank the past ten years, in Miami this week on an automobile trip sizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. vile opera houseModay and Tueday
M u ye is a msciia and i it with deep regret that we have from Jacksonville. The runm from the Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, nightswasliberallypatronized thehem
te w of Mr. C. F. Dwyer, the owner to accept his re nation. metropolis to St. Augustine was made vii or gun metal, worth $3.00, spec- being crowded to its full capacity MoV -
Sw et Mr. C. Dwye Hotel Indian Rivthe owner, INDIAN STATE B in th hours, which is fast tme for ial $2.49. New spring styles. day. Wednedaynightand last night the
ad rIetretheHotelldianliver, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK, h hrs, whch ftae th o Mail orders promptly filled on any people were entertained bytreet per-
ReMklada James Pritchard, President. thatro .Mr. Snyder paed through of the above goods. fct..-w~ by Mr. Von Shrum, who wa
Onef -uoldest and mast valued TitusvilleSunday a Juuus KLNE, Titusville. here last season anddoessomeexcellent
**1 w in rme is subeription Judge Jones Deaes Mandamus TE STAR office received a pleasant feats on tight rope, hoop rolling, jug-
S Tm r R says: 'Twenty-mx Ymra In the case ofthe-H. W.Metcalf call Wee y afternoon from GeneralGoin to Be Here gling, etc.
a I com--e eed adng Ta SSTa and Co. vs. W. E. Martin,tW Metca Albert W. Gilchrist, of Punta Gorda,
italways eemslike getting a letter o. s W. E Martin, tax collector who is a anlidate for governor before On Monday evening, Feb. 3rd, at Hugh J. Willoughby's motor boat,
home; so many good peoplelive of Orange county, the writ of man- the coming primary. General Gilchrist the opera house the thoroughly de- Grey Wolf, was destroyed by fire a few
l Brvadd that I hear about through damus to compel the collector to is- is making a hasty tour of the state in lightful Beggar Prince Comic Opera nights agoat Sewell's Point, near St-
T rn .oA" sue license has been denied by Judge the interest of his candidacy and left Co. will present the most successful ar. It was burned to the water'sedge
On acomt of the resignation of Mr. Jones. The judge heard the motion yesterday morning on the early train for comic opera of recent years, "Said and tank, nd en towed the remains
W. Braming as vice-president and several days ago and after the evi- points in St. Lucie and Dade counties. Pasha," and it will doubtless prove a out, via Gilbert bar, into the gulf
eme r of the Indian River State bank, dence had been produced denied the The motor boat Earl, from Jackson- gala occasion for local patrons of stream and turned them loose The
Mr. F. 8, Battle has been elected vice- writ. This case which emanated ville, stopped at this place Sunday hav- theatrical amusement. "Harry" boat was built by Capt. Dewey at Fort
president of this banking i'-,tuto from the wet and dry election in Or- ing on board Mr. Jarvis and family. in 1905and was former
m Mr. Ralp W. Hail, who b been ange county will now be carried to The Earl is a comfortable boat about which we are glad.to us There is no dis-known as the Red Bird.in 1905 She parimerly
seemmtt, hasbeen promoted to the the supreme court. The result will feet long and has a Standard gasoline respectintended in referring to Mrdis- knowpted in all the races on Lake Worth a
b mea be watched with a great deal of inn boat a ired below the Lea Velle, the dashing young tenor, year ago and won several prizes.
served promotion as the work done in terest by the residents of Orange water line and suggests that at some thus familiarly, for such is his geni- Mr. I. F. Spencer, who has been head
the pest by Mr. Hale accountant has county and the state at large. time in the past she has been a steamer. ality and his popularity that every- clerk in W. S. Branning's clothing store
eceived e highest *eoinw from body feels Inclined to call him by his for over three years past, resigned that
the icials of this bink. Mr. Branning Planters' Bank at Jensen Closed Special Cut Prices first name. There is evidence of the position the first of the new year to ac-
rtires from the banking baminess in or- The Planters' Security bank, of IN KUNE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT liking for him and his work in the so- bucept aporeed to reman in Guthrie Oklahoma
d.r to give his whole ttent ito h Jensen, was closed about ten days but agreed to remain here until the 15th
Martogr se -s t ago and it is probable that a receiver The price of our clothing will be doing. He comes to the Titusville of February. On receiving an urgent
oing ines. will be appointed within the next few cut down almost one-half. And we opera house Monday evening sur- telegram this week he will leave next
days to wind up the affairs of that have a mighty fine assortment yet. rounded by a large company of con- Monday for Guthrie, much to the regret
rchNotes bank. The bank's condition has just We can fit you and suit you. siderable strength, including a chorus of his numerous friends here on account
Rev. WiL Stones will preach on Sun- been passed on by the state examinerogifstn
day et at LaGrange at 11 a. and thisbeing a state bank), who reco- Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals of dancing, prancing girls that are of his leaving them, but carrying with
at Titville at 7 p. in. Conference af- mends that a receiver beappointed For the week ending exciting the attention of the press in him their best wishes for success and
ta eveing e subject to the orders and jurisdiction nearby cities, and will be seen and prosperity in that thriving and go-ahead
e in the Presbyterian church of the judge of the circuit court, and J Doe, G Doe, Pittsburg, Pa; A G ear i"Said Pasha" the tuneful city in the west.
Preinhing the financial status is suc that with Shaver, Bellaire, 0; H J Day, Hagers- heard in "Said Pasha," the tuneful city in the west.
t Sunday evening at 7 o'lock, and careful management the creditors ton,Ind; Jerome Day. Hagerstown, comic opera which still stands unsur- The schooner yacht Limit, from N v
Snday smcholatsin the&fteroonalso should albe paid in full, the assets Ind; C Lee Smith, Pomona, Fla; H J passed in worth by any that Ameri- York, arrived here Monday night from
prayermeetig tuesday -fternoon at 3. exceeding the liabilities by about Ford, Atlanta, Ga; C Robinson, can talent has yet produced. Daytona on her way to Cocanut Gr'.
e eDr. J. B. Hawk las be rthele tiiao1t Avilton, Md; Mr and Mrs S B Smith, nThe timing is to be some- with the owner, Mr. W. J. Mathesi,
rierhas beereturnedto $1000Kansas City, Mo; Geo W Parker, Del- The costuming is said to be some- on board, also his wife and son. The
hs Idian ve churches for another l Aaware; T H Barlow. Orlando, Fla; thing gorgeous and the entire pro- Limit is 62 feet over all,. with 19 feet
year, the thof teprentpastorate. Indian River Hotel Arrivals B Prater and wife, Indiana N M duction has been beautifully staged beam and draws less than 3 feet. She
He comes in responseto urgent petitions For the week ending Jan. 3) Massey, Atlanta, Ga; Ross Drennan. and mounted. There are twenty or is accompanied by the cabin launch Loon.
sent in by the earches. Dr. Hawk will O B Floyd, Orlando; A R Rule, Fairbanks, Alaska; Harry D McClus- more catchy song hits and we trust which tows the schooner in calms and
preahk at City Point Sunday, Feb. 2nd, Pittsburgr S F Gray, Canaveral; John ky, Kane, Pa; E A Martin, Jackson-
at 10 a. nd at Ea Galli at 7 Neil Westvile Fla F P Zi Oak ville J W Hutchinson, N Y; Mr ia large house will welcome them the against ead winds. The Loon is 42 feet
p. m. Hill; LT lobe, Rokledge; R H Wheat- Amelia Hester, Jacksonville; Mrs night they are to be with us. Seats long and 9 feet beam, fitted with 18 h. p.
Dean BAbto... will preach in Eau on, Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs P F James Laughlin 3rd, Pittsburg, Pa; will be put on sale well in advance in I Craig motor. These two boats left
Gallie e Sunday morning, Feb. 2nd, at Gates, New York; L Moreton Mur- Mrs W Drennen Russell, Birming- order to supply the demand for choice Tuesday morning for Cocoanut Grove,
le, sad in Melbourne on the same ray, Daytona: Max L Suartz, New Sham, AlaMr and Mrs Wrght, Valley locations at Branning's. Popular where Mr. Matheson has a lovely winter
aay evemin at 7-. The Rv. Mr. York; W F Brown, New York: Albert Stream, N Y; Von Shrum, Columbus, w pea home. The Limit is in charge of Capt.
wWill at S. Ge s W Gilchrist, Punta Gorda: WT Ohio; Geo J Baur. L L Baur, Green- prices will prevail. ReseJed seat S. Thompson and Capt. Simonson, of
Cesmm wi oeste at St Gabriels Moore. Jacksonville; Fred P Bowles, ville, S C; DM Carpenter, Jackson- $1.00. this place, was engaged to pliot them a.
Titasvile, m Sunday evening, Feb. 2nd, Louisville;- M Mannheim, Georgia ville; E J A Drennan, Dummitt Grove P ea
at 7:0. Dean Robottom holds service R D Hoke, Jensen; H W Besy, Stu- W T Bodiford, Gainesville, Fla; J A The Noble Art of Self Defense far as Palm Beach.
and lectures in St. Gabriels church art; J S LeFils, Jacksonville; J W Hendricks, Sanlford, Fla Mrand Mrs Boxing, wrestling, dumb-bell exer- FURNITURE. DRY GOODS, SHOE.
every Thmraday evening at 730 p. mn. Sammons, Macon, Ga; J C Arthur, Eustis, Miss Eustis. Boston, Mass. cises. Indian club swinging and bag-
The imbjeetf his rday evening lee- Chicago. -- --- punching taught at the physical culture Cotton batting, 1" and L .c. Air guns
ges for this winter is the "History of Photo Gallery Reopened school. Any young lady with travelling Shetland floss and knitting worsted
sh Book f Coinon Mu ap et .aPrayerustep rpe. h- Ka inclinations will be taught the skipping Talking machine tickets with every
k t omo P er"A cool drink at a cool place at Mr. H. Faust, the photographer, has rope, clog dance and calisthenics to per- Cash purchase. Records and machine.
A cool dink at a p MANDY'S. returned to Titusville and is now ready fection and prepared for the stage. The exchanged for tickets
os d a o p for all work in that line at the Taylor professor has had a life-time experience Carpet sweepers Art squares
MAND S. For Sale gallery, on Julia street. Crayon, pastel, in athletics. He has travelledwithJohn CIIAS. A. GARDNER. Phone 34
The. A nprh ese p water colors and oil paintings given L Sullivan, Muldoon and Kilrain, Les- -
The Alpine Hotel 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at prompt attention and at lowest prices ter and Allen, Primrose & West. The Wanted
Titiuville, Fla., F A Losley, man-i $5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old, consistent with good work. Bottom of the Sea Co. and others. F:1
*On the .plan-frn- now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire -- -- particulars make inquiry at the Gym- One hundred laying hens, small sized
r eo a quick lnh. C-n brood sows; so a Avy wood wagon in Orange and Grapefruit Trees nasium. or this paper office. broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and
taln e n Address B l i a PROF. Jos. FIELDiG. ghame, at Palmhurst hotel. Titusvill.
traly located. E. B. AaRoL. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Champion Athlete. -


Malabar, Fla. hickory hammock. Free from white -- Draying
Nursery Stock for Sale fly. One year to two year old buds. ; D. Pacignana Draving or handling of all kindsprompt-
Citrus stock grown on high pine Wood For SalePrices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- Shoemaker and repairer, all work first ly attended to. M.ets all trains. Stove
. Indian River Nurseries, estab- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill class and guaranteed. Next door to wood for sale at all timos.
ed 186. Send for cataogue ing and harowing. See or address J. station. J. W.GRIFFIS Carruthers' barber shop. Julia street, H. E. HoToSe.
-ledo and West Palm Beach, FIa. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. I Shiloh,. Fla. Titusville. Titusville, Fla.


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t him in Jal, er Wyatt left
nst mrninarg we Parrih.
hoard that Gil hadl bee seea and
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ad n ore oaeerP. After leave
bheirde Gthat footed then Bovls n
aas saed for aect dostane, bIt ft
aby le t It and psed put byJesse D.

to Lakelard. At thfs time Gfl was

t lyf ad deputy who had bese rid-
ar nut ah pomible with Jaded hora
ela.a t da htIf theory Bowanght Grel
they wount.ld hae to chne hride to,
they changed and made better time.
Gill left the Lakeland road and took
Sort Green broad, going throas b

i~a' Gnal was oly one hour in the

lead, which shows how fast the shetif
a hs deputy were riding. Here they
chaaged horses again, ant u aalgct
was coming on they were forced to ving
ao1erl In order to keep the track
remry half mile they tould trite
atehes to see If they till had the
track, and thusthat they continued until
they tracked him to Bowhange trees,
where they met Deputy better Tmek-
r of Deoto county, who told them rough
m cousin of Gill' by the name of War
rem GIbren. They went to Gibre's
lae and at 11:30 located Gilt there-
n Deputy Shere ridg. Tucker ailed and
called Warren Gibren out and asked
hiwas If Gill was there. Giwbren saiforced he
was anot, but was told that they knew
he water for his orse was In the yard.
He then admitted that Gill was inside
the house, and started back, but was
told to stop. Deputy Tucker then
called Gill, who acountywered. Tcker told
him to come out, this he refused to do
at first, and said that he had a good
5. Rifle and plenty of ammkerliton
aled that he could shoot as looked as
himy body. Continuing Gilbrel said: "I
guess you know what I have done:
you may get me but I will get some ot
yold to stop. Deputyri Tucker told him
that he knew what he had done ando
that he had a warrant for him. and
that there sheriff of Manatee county wa
with him Sheriff Wyatt then told Gill
to come out; that he had been fo-
lowing him all that day and part or
the night, and that he would see thas
he was not hurt, but take him back to
Braldentown. Gill then came out ani-
gave himself up.
Sheriff Wyatt and Deputy Jesse
Lamb put Gill on his horse and immed
lately started beck. They traveled
al night and next day Gil was safely
landed in the county jail, where he
will remain until he pays the extreme
penalty of his horrible crime.


Chamberlain's Coah Remedy a Safe
Kedoina for Childrea
In baying a anugh medicine for chil.
dren never he afraid to buy Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy. Tlhre is no dan.-
per fom ait, and relief as alwav, uPre to
follow. It is intended e spacally frr
cough&, colds, crampand whooping 'augh,
and there is no belier umwlicius in the
world for these diseases. It is not nly a
certain rune for croup, Imt. wlhn given
as soon as tie crumpy coungh appears, will
prevent the attack. Whoopins vangh is
not dangermns wlhn this resaely is given
as directed. It contains no opium or
other harmful drugs. and may he given as
conidently to a Iaby an to an niadl. For
sale by Banner Dru .Store and Tituseille
Pharmacy.
Ma-.WW i i M
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Tewmad. at HeOW HL
The De~toas HanfUaJeoual tails
a fl* ce - tR wih visJid tow
eonst mei. of Voluasa county last
Saturday. That pawr aays:
A torado r cyclome movyg frm
the southwest swept through a half
mie track at Holy Hi Saturday
morning at :40 leaving a track at do-
struetioa la Its wake.
The edge e the blow was felt tn
Daytoma and Daytona Beach to some
eteat,. but no damage was dome,
though the ferry beat -Yankee Doo-
die," had a tough scramble ato it for a
fow minutes, but being well handled
by her coolheaded captata, she maa-
aged to land her passengers safely.
But at Holly Hill the storm rival-
ad the fam ous storms of Kanaa ta
the freak It exhibited. The wort dam-
age was done between thei ^dnud-
soa house sad the postomce at th
home at Mra. HL A. Carter. forest
trees by the hundreds were either up-
rooted or had the topn entirely blown
away, even the palmetto trees were
entirely snapped off like pipe stems
sad the tops carried quite a distance.
A small house back of the Udmoad-
sea lot belokagig to Mr. Hancock was
slid of It foundations toward the
west against the wind, and set flat aon
the ground with the family Int t.
Part of the upstairs piazza of the
dmoeason house was torn away, the
chimney wrecked and a corner of the
root torn of. Mr. Heath's chimney
was blown down, the front of the old
Harris store carried away, twelve
windows broken at Mr. G. W. Harris"
and another chimney blown off, while
at Mrs. Carter's house the wind enter-
ed the open west door of the kitchen.
tore two heavy pine doors inside the
house from their hinges, breaking the
locks and ripped of the steps from
the door frames so that the doors
were carried through the doorways
the opposite way from which they or
dinarily swung. Two lamps and some
other glassware was smash-
ed and a few light objects carried out
to the street, but no pictures disturb-
ed nor any of the many articles on
shelves and brackets or tables blown
down, strange to say, though every
thing was sprinkled with sand. The
chimney fell, making a large hole in
the roof and chairs and flower stands
and pots were blown from the piazza
far out Into the yard, the two large
front gates carried in fragments over
the river bank, while in all the yards


fallen trees and tree tops
fences and a miscellaneous
meant of all kinds of debris
mournful and a discouraging
North of Mrs. Carter's the
was slight except for Messrs.
ell and Richardson's new


broken
assort-
made It
sight.
damage
Wether-
launch.


which was seen to go up entirely out
the water, turn over, and settle back
upside down, to the horror of the
owner, who, however, got, her right-
ed as soon as the storm abated.
The actual tornado passed in two
minutes, with a roar like an express
train and almost solid sheet of water
at Its heels, which lasted quite a while
with an ordinary high wind.
Mr. Thos. Wetherell says that the
storm passed over his house in th--
shape of a white whirlwind with a
tangible shape to IL
A large force of men gathered as
soon as possible to lend neighbor'
aid and to clear the roads of trees, tel
phone poles and wires, and worked
with such a will that by noon ;%e
.oads were all open for travel, but 1:
wil' take weeks to clear away :h.
broken trees from the house lots ,n-'
put them in shape again.
Nothing like this tornado has ever
been seen in this section as far back
as the "oldest inhabitant" can remem-
her. but this seems to be an age of
surprise.
A Wondeful Happening
Port Byron, N. Y., has witnessed mte-
of the monwt remarkable cast-s of healing
ever recorded. Aanos F. King, of thist
place mays: 'Bun-kien's Ari.ia Salve
cared a sore on my leg wills which I liadl
msnfferl over 80 years. I am anow eighty-
five." Guaranteed to cure all sores, by
Banner Drae Store- anl Titnsville Phar
anacy. 2.'-.

For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup ha.
been used for over sixty years by -nillions
of mothers for their children while teeth-
ingr. with perfect success. It snothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the beet remedy
lor diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little mifferer immediately. Sold by dru-.
ists in every pert of the world. Twenty-
fivecents ah bottle. Besuieand ask for
"Mrs. Winelow's Soothing Syrup," sad
tsk- no oth-r kind. Guaranteed under
the food and drugs act, June 30th, 1906.
Serial number 1098.


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TI blw T PNiinrp ia Ill-
tI tIto unkmed Dl mu
To relieve the worst form of rheu-
matism, take a tepo ul f the
following mixture after each meal
and at bedtime:
Fluid extract dAndlion, one-half
ounce; compound kargon, one ounce;
-e.1pon-d syrup sarsaparills, three

These bvmnl.s ingredients can be
olb**nwd from our homed. ua. sgB
and are easily mixed by shaking them
well in a bottle. Relief is general
felt from the first few doses.
This prescription, states a well-
known authority in aCleveland morn-
ing paper, forces the clogged-up, in-
active kidneys to filter and strain
from the blood the poim u waste
matter and uric acid, which causes
rheumatism.
As rhPnumatiun is not only the most
painful and tortuous disease, but dan-
gerous to life, this simple recipe will
no doubt be greatly valued by many
sufferers here at home, who should
at once prepare the mixture to get
this relief.
It is said that a person who would
take this prescription regularly, a
dose or two daily, or even a few
times a week, would never have ser-
ious kidney or urinary disorders or

Cut this out and preserve it. Good
rheumatism prescriptions which real-
ly relieve are scarce, indeed, and
when you need it, you want it badly.
Our druggists here say they will
either supply these ingredients or
make the mixture ready to take, if
any of our readers so prefer.

Notice


I will.be at the following places for the par-
pose of awessing the taxes for 1166, at the
time named below. I would take it as great
favor if all would meet me at the designated
places at the time named. It will enable me
to complete my work earlier and more cor-
rectly. W. H. HALL, Assesor.
Miceo, Monday. Feb. 3rd, morning, at P.
Bertelsen's.
Grant, Taesday, Feb. 4th, morning, at L.
Jorgensen'a.
Malahar, Thursday. Feb. Oth, morning, at
Arnold's store.
Melbourne, Saturday. Feb. 8th. morning. at
Brown's hotel
Melbourne Beach, Monday, Feb. 10th. morn-
ing, at pustofMie.
Eau Gallie,. Tuesday, Feb. lith, morning.
at McMillan's hotel.
Tropic, Thursday, Feb. 13th, morning, at
postofice.
Banyan, Thursday, Feb. 13th. afternoon, at
pastofice.
Brantley. Friday, Feb. 14th. morning, at
postoffice.
Lotus. Friday, Feb. 14thb. afternoon, at post-
office.
(eorgiana. Saturday, Feb. 15th. morning.
Provost's store.
Courtenay, Tuesday. Feb. ISth, noruing. at
postoffice.
Indiansila. Wednesday. Feb. 19th, morning.
at postoffice.
Merritts.. Wed s:i d:sy. Feb. 19th., afternoon.
at pim tofice.
Rockledge. Thursl.,y. Feb. -2th. morning,
at Lockhardt's store.
('orna. Saturday. Fr-b. 2tml. morning. at
town hall.
<'ity l'oint. Monday. I'<.l,. *Ithb inorniiiie. :st
poSt..4ice.
Sharp.. %loin1l:ty. Fe-b. 2,t1l. :tlte..pM.on. at

Titiaville-. W\.slne-lvay. Fe. ;.th,. u,,irning.
at oturt hoi--.
Miui-. Thurisdy. Feb. :7th. wlurnini-g. at

L~aira~azr. Friday. Felh. 2 th. morning, at
cooper hlop.
Nathan. Tue.-iday. Mrh. ird. ..1.m. at mst-.
usflice-.
Canaveral. Wednesday. Mch. 4th, morning.
at lpostoffice.
Artesia, Thursday. Mch. -th, morning. at
pofst-uiee.
Haulover. Monday. Mch. 9th. morning, at
Thos. Crooks.

Long Live the King!
i? th*- lipMiular (ery throughout Euroipean
oeiuntrieF; while in America the c-ry of
the preswlat day is "Long live Dr. King's
New li)scvery, king of throat and Inng
rentedie!" of which Mrs. Julia Rydei
Paine, Truro, Mass, ears: "It never
fails to give immediate relief and to quick.
ly care a rough or cold." Mrs. Paine's
opinion is shared by a majority of the in-
habitants of this country. New Discovery
cnres weak lungs and sore throats after
all other remedies have failed; and for
coughs and colds it's tihe only sure cure.
Guaranteed by Banner Drug Store and
Titusville Pharmacy. 50L. and $1 (O.
Trial bottle free.


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DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Queen Quality Shoes.:LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP ; g


k ; WEEK $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00It AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains in Every Department AND PERSONALS : : f

takes all kinds of women to makea MONDAY, FEB. 3, 1006.
world and all kinds of shoes to

Parent Holes Pertaining to Events please them. Still they can all be Paragraphs About People that White India cents lawn, extra quality, Something About the( People of Titus- "
suited with "Queen Quality" shoesso worth 25 Monday's special 19

Transpiring About Town varied and complete is the line. Travel Here and There cents per yard. lille as They Come and Go' -. ',.
Also another lot worth 20 cents for
'10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for We are suiting more women with Try Heath& Co. for fresh Jersey but 15 cents. 10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for

sale. J. R. WALKER.Mr. them every day because their repu- ter and eggs. 1 Linoleum, in beautiful inlaid pat- ale. J. R. W ALKEK. a

;. Will Messer is spending a few tation grows every day. Rooms to rent, furnished and unfurn- terns, special 59 cents per square Mrs. E. S. Wiley is recovering from ;

days in..Titusville this week.A "Queen Quality" will retain its ished at Mrs. A. B. Dodson's. yard. a severe attack of lagrippe. .
shape longer than any other ready White-Marsellaise bed spreads, ex-
saving of ten cents on the dollar made shoe. Try it once. Messrs. H. W. Bessey,of Stuart, and tra wide, worth $2.50, special $1.49. New Victor records for February at t-

.soon amounts to a dollar, buy of Heath Large shipment of oxfords justre- R. D. Hoke, of Jensen, spent a part of Good quality of yard wide /unbleached Indian River Music House, also the Victor ', 1 t

&_Co. and save dollars by good sense. ceived in all the very latest cuts. yesterday in town and called at THE domestic Monday's special, Victrola needles the very best made.:

.f; The Novelty Store keeps books, stationery Send us your orders we can please STAR office. I 12 yards for $1.00. Have you tried Heath & Co. forgroc- '

novelties, post cards, jewelry, Mr. Rod Smith has returned to Titus-j Dress linen in navy blue, light blue eries. "Popular prices" is their motto

andy and toys, 5-cent and 10-cent you.WINSTON S. BRANNING_ ville from Sanford, where he I and in natural color, special 25 cents and popular they are-Lowest prices in, "

counters. I. M. Dodson. for the past few months and expects to per yard, width 36 inches.Ladies' town. .
The ClotliingrStore I readymade drawers, made
''Hon. M. S. Jones who returned home remain here permanently.Mr. !
t of an excellent quality of domestic, Miss Mabel Berge arrived Tuesday af-

quite ill from Orlando a few days agoWith'1agrippe Titusville,.Florida. _. F. P. Ziy, of Oak Hill, paid THE with tucks and hemstitching, special ternoon from New Smyrna for a short 1

y : is much improved at this ---- STAR sanctum a pleasant call Wednes- 29 cents per pair. visit with her friend, Mrs. D.B.Pritch- "

writing we are pleased to state. W.. S. BRANNING RESIGNS I ,day morning. He was in town for the Ladies' nightgowns, made of a ard. + .

J" purpose of making an appointment withan good quality of domestic, trimmed +
r
Messrs. J. S. Daniels, A. J. Shaver,
Mr. Geo. R. Gomph who the
Has Given Up Position Cashierof inquiring party for a team of mules, with torchon lace or embroidery, was
Ross Drennen and H. D. McClusky, of
cashier of the Fort Dallas National
Indian River State Bank which Mr. Ziy has for sale, having fin- special 59 cents each.
"., ,.Palmhurst, have gone on an extended; White nainsook, specially good for bank has secured a posittion in a busi-
1 : bunt way down in Osceola county and :Mr. Branning tendered his resig- ished shipping his crop of oranges. fine underwear, special 15 cents per ness house in Havana, Cuba, and will 1

t'.. are expected to return tomorrow with nation as cashier of the Indian River Mrs. James Laughlin, 3rd, of Pitts- yard.White make that city his future home.

i all kinds of game. State bank, Titusville, Fla., on Janu- burg, and Mrs. W. Drennen Russell, of Linino, specially good for Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Denham moved '
Birmingham prominent and wealthy shirtwaists and shirt waist suits 36 $ : ,
Dr. W. B. Hentz of Rio Janeiro Brazil ,
: 1st 08. he
ary By request agreedto Tuesday into their new home, the Nel
inches wide 15 cents
special yard.
t,, people of their respective states, were per
who is the winter at his
spending I remain month longer. son cottage which
Jt.! one in Titusville the first of the week and White pearl buttons in all sizes, they recently pur-
orange grove at City Point, paid a visit i' February 1st he will take full chargeof well with town and special 8 cents per dozen. chased, situated on the river front in
.
were pleased our
to his old-time friend, Dr. Hawk, at Lace curtains 3 yards long beau- South Titusville. The
his clothing store, his business hav- will probably return here after joining place they va-
f. .' Hawks Park, Wednesday, returning to ing grown so that it requires his their husbands at Miami. tiful designs, worth $2.50, special cated is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
(; City Point yesterday. $1.25 per pair. Geo. W. Scobie, Jr.
(' whole time and attention.Mr. Mr. T. A. Snyder, of Kobe Sound, ac Boy's knee pants, made of a fine
Mrs. Dwyer, accompanied by a lady A
moving picture show the Titus-
at
i-, : Branning having been connected companied party of friends, arrivedin quality of hard finished worsted,
.friend of.hers, from Rockledge, spenta
of afternoon in with the bank the past ten years, Miami this week on an automobile trip sizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. ville opera house Monday and Tuesday
' part Tuesday town. from Jacksonville. The from the Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, nights was liberally patronized,the house t
! it i is with deep regret that we haveto run
Mrs. Dwyer is quite a musician and is ,
St. madein vici or gun metal, worth $3.00, spec- being crowded to its full capacity Mon !
'.f the wife of Mr. C. F.Dwyer, the owner accept his resignation. metropolis to Augustine was ial $2.49. New spring styles. day. Wednesday night and last night the t ,
three hours which is fast time for
,
:: and proprietor the Hotel Indian River, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK, Mail orders promptly filled on any people were entertained bystreet performances
- : that road. :
Mr. Snyder passed through
Rockledge. James Pritchard President. of the above goods.
, by Mr.Von Shrum, who was :_
ir' One of our oldest and most valued Titusville Sunday afternoon. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. here last season and does some excellent

in Jones Denies Mandamus THE STAR office received a pleasantcall .
.". subscribers renewing his subscription Judge --------- feats on tight rope, hoop rolling, jug- i;

:: to THE STAR says: "Twenty-six years In.thecase of the-H. W. MetcalfCo. Wednesday afternoon from General Look, Who's Going to Be Here gling, etc.Hugh .
ago I commenced reading THE STAR and Albert W. Gilchrist, of Punta Gorda,
: vs. W. E. Martin, tax collector, J. Willoughby's motor boat. i
On Feb. 3rd
Monday evening at
,.' it always seems like getting a letter who is a candidate for governor before ,
of Orange county, the writ of man- Grey Wolf, was destroyed by fire few
from home; so many good people live in the coming primary. General Gilchristis the opera house the thoroughly de-
R- damus to compel the collector to issue of the in Prince Comic nights ago at Sewell's Point, near Stu
J old Brevard that I hear about through making a hasty tour state lightful Beggar OperaCo. .
license has been denied by Judge art. It was burned to the water'sedge f.
- THE STAR. the interest of his candidacy and left will present the most successful

J;;0, On account of the resignation of Mr. Jones. Tne judge heard the motion yesterday morning on the early train for comic opera of recent years, "Said so and Mr. Willoughby took out the engine .tis
tank and then towed the remainsout
"' W. S. Branning as vice-president and several days ago and after the evidence points in St. Lucie and Dade counties.The Pasha," and it will doubtless prove a via Gilberts bar, into the gulf

cashier of the Indian River State bank, had been produced denied the motor boat Earl, from Jacksonville gala occasion for local patrons of stream and turned them loose. The

- Mr. F. S, Battle has been elected vice- writ. This case which emanated stopped at this place Sunday hav- theatrical amusement. "Harry"comes boat was built by Capt. Dewey at Fort .

"' president of this banking institution from the wet and dry election in Or- ing on board Mr. Jarvis and family. back to us this season for Lauderdale in 1905 and was formerly
a.k' and Mr. Ralph W. Haile who has been will be carried to The Earl is a comfortable boat about 50 <
ange county now which we are glad. There is no disrespect known as the Red Bird. She partici-
7: accountant, has been promoted to the feet long and has a Standard gasoline I
the supreme court. The result will intended in referring to Mr. pated in all the races on Lake Worth a
of acting cashier, these changes engine. The hull is rather aged and hasa
be watched with deal of interest and several .
a great Lea Velle, the dashing tenor year ago won prizes.Mr.
,
Jan. ram boat and is coppered below the young
effective 1st. TTjis comes as a de-
tfposition:.- served promotion as the work done in by the residents of Orange water line and suggests that at some thus familiarly, for such is his geni- I. F. Spencer, who has been head
county and the state at large.Planters' clerk in W. S. Branning's clothing store
and his that
the past by Mr. Haile as accountant has time in the past she has been a steamer. ality popularity every-

k: received the highest encomiums from body feels Inclined to call him by his for over three years past, resigned that
Bank at Jensen Closed Cut PricesIN position the first of the new to ac-
Special year
the officials of this bank. Mr. Branning first name. There is evidence of the

retires from the banking business in or- The Planters' Security bank, of KLINE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENTThe liking for him and his work in the so- cept a position in Guthrie, Oklahoma
Jensen, was closed about ten days but agreed to remain here until the 15th
der to give his whole attention to his of clothing will be doing. He comes to the Titusville
ago and it is probable that a receiver price our of February. On receiving an urgent
f clothing business. will be appointed within the next few cut down almost one-half. And we opera house Monday evening sur- telegram this week he will leave next

; days to wind up the affairs of that have a mighty fine assortment yet. rounded by a large company of con- Monday for Guthrie much to the regret ,
. Church Notes bank. The bank's condition has just We can fit you and suit you.
siderable strength,including chorus of his numerous friends here on accountof
; Rev. Wm. Stones will Sunk' been the state examinerthis ------- -
preach on passed on by
of dancing, prancing girls that are his leaving them but carrying with
day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and ( being a state bank), who recom- Palmhurst Hotel ArrivalsFor
him their best wishes for and
exciting the attention of the press in success
mends that a receiver be appointed, the week Jan. 30
t at Titusville at 7 p. m. Conference after ending
{ subject to the orders and jurisdictionof nearby cities, and will be seen and prosperity in that thriving and goaheadcity
:;k evening service. J Doe G Doe, Pittsburg, Pa A G
! : the judge of the circuit court, and ; heard in "Said Pasha," the tuneful in the west.
Preaching in the Presbyterian church Shaver Bellaire, 0;H J Day, Hagers-
the financial is such that with
status
The schooner from New
yacht Limit
r comic which still stands
next Sunday evening at 7 o'clock and town Ind;Jerome Day. Hagerstown : opera unsur-
careful the creditors
r" Sunday school at 3 in the afternoon, also should all management be paid in full, the assets Ind; C Lee Smith, Pomona, Fla; H J passed in worth by any that American York, arrived here Monday night from
her to Cocoanut Gro\e
" prayermeeting Tuesday afternoon at 3. i exceeding the liabilities by about Ford, Atlanta Ga; 0 C Robinson, talent has yet produced.The Daytona on way
Avilton Md Mr and Mrs S B Smith with the owner, Mr. W. J. MathC5J.on ,
. ; "I
Dr. J. B. Hawk has been returned to 12000. costuming is said to be some-
Kansas City, Mo;Geo W Parker, Del- board also his wife and son. The 'i
i
his Indian river churches for another ---
and the entire '
aware; T H Barlow Orlando, Fla; thing gorgeous pro Limit is 62 feet over all, with 19 feet
:-,' year, the sixth of the present pastorate. Indian River Hotel ArrivalsFor S B Prater and wife, Indiana; N M duction has been beautifully staged ='I beam, and draws less than 3 feet. She

:i He comes in response to urgent petitions I the week ending Jan. :3rt Massey, Atlanta Ga: Ross Drennan I and mounted. There'are twenty or is accompanied by the cabin launch Loon,

:, sent in by the churches. Dr. Hawk will 0 B Floyd Orlando A R Rule Fairbanks, Alaska; Harry D McClus- hits and j
; more catchy song we trust II which tows the schooner in calms and
t I preach at City Point Sunday, Feb. 2nd ky Kane Pa; E A Martin Jackson-
S Gray Canaveral John
Pittsburg
; ;
I a large house will welcome them the against head winds. The Loon is 42 feet
at 10:30 a. m., and at Eau Gallie at 7:30 Neil, Westville Fla; F P Ziy, Oak ville; J W Hutchinson N Y; Mrs. I
and 9 feet beam fitted with 18 h.
Amelia Hester, Jacksonville; Mrs i night they are to be with us. Seats long p.
p. m. Hill; LT lobe. Rockledge; R H Wheaton i
James Laughh'nSrd, Pittsburg, Pa will be sale well in advance in I Craig motor. These two boats left
t Dean Robottom will preach in Eau ,Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs P F ; ( put on
; Gallie on Sunday morning, Feb. 2nd, at Gates, New York; L Moreton Mur- lIrsV Drennen Russell Birmingham 1 order to supply the demand for choice i\:i Tuesday morning for Cocoanut Grove,
Ala!Mrand Mrs Wright Valley' I where Mr. Matheson has a lovely winter
Daytona Max L Suartz New ] :
10:30, and in Melbourne on the same ray, ; {locations at Branning's. Popular
;;.: York; W F Brown, New York; Albert Stream, NY; Von Shrum. Columbus, 'I home. The Limit is in charge of Capt.
# at 730. The Rev. Mr. Reserved
Sunday evening prices will prevail. seatsj
Ohio Geo J Baur L L Baur Green-
W Gilchrist, Punta Gorda: W T ; : J. S. Thompson and Capt. Simonson of
Cresson will officiate at St. Gabriels, Moore. Jacksonville; Fred P Bowles, ville, S C; D M Carpenter, Jackson- j j$1.00. this place, was engaged to pilot them as c
Titusville, on Sunday evening, Feb. 2nd Louisville M Mannheim, Georgia ville; E J A Drennan, Dummitt GroveW i
; ; : far Palm Beach.FURNITURE .
at 730. Dean Robottom holds service R D Hoke, Jensen; H W Bessey, Stuart T Bodiford. Gainesville Fla; J A j The Noble Art of Self Defense I as

and lectures in St. Gabriels church ; J S LeFils, Jacksonville; J W Hendricks, Sanford, Fla; Mr and Mrs'!; Boxing wrestling dumb-bell exer- DRY GOODS, SHOES +

. every Thursday evening at 7:30 p: m. I I Sammons Macon, Ga; J C Arthur, Eustis, Miss Eustis Boston, Mass. s cises Indian club swinging and bag- ,
._ at the culture Cotton batting, 10 and loc. Air guns
The subjectof Thursday evening lectures Chicago.A --- -- j i I punching taught physical ,
for this winter is the "History of Photo Gallery ReopenedMr. school. Any young lady with travelling Shetland floss and knitting worsted
the Book of Common Prayer." inclinations will be taught the skipping Talking machine tickets with every '
cool drink at a cool place at H. Faust, the photographer, has rope clog dance and calisthenics to per- Cash purchase. Records and machines
MANDY'S. returned to Titusville and is now ready fection and prepared for the stage. The exchanged for tickets
A cool drink at a cool place at for all work in that line at the Taylor professor has had life-time experience Carpet sweepers Art squares $

For Sale gallery on Julia street. Crayon pastel in athletics. He has travelled with John CHAS. A. GARDNER: 'Phone 34 t
MANDY'S.The water colors and oil paintings given L. Sullivan, Muldoon and Kilrain Les- --
,kr Alpine Hotel 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at prompt attention and at lowest prices ter and Allen, Primrose & West, The Wanted

Titusville Fla., F. A. Losley, man- $5.00 per pair if taken at 2 months old consistent with good work. Bottom of the Sea Co. and other Per i
1 I now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire -------- ;i particulars make inquiry at the Gymnasium One hundred laying hens, small sized
,ager. On the European plan-furn-t I brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in. Orange and Grapefruit Trees or this paper office. broilers, eggs, country produce fish and
and lunch. Cen-
ished rooms quick fine condition. Address ; PROF. Jos. FIELDING. game, at Palmhurst hotel Titusville. ,
< trally located. E. B. ARNOLD Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on highhickory Champion Athlete.
Malabar, Fla. hammock. Free from white I i[ Draying

Nursery Stock for Sale fly. One :year to two year old buds. i D. Pacignana 1 Drayinzor lianlinaofall kindaprompt-

Citrus stock grown on high pine Wood For Sale I Prices from 23; to 35 cents. Carefully I. Shoemaker and repairer all work first ly attended to. Mwt3 all trains. Stove f

1 land. Indian River Nurseries, established Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- packed and delivered at Oak Hill ;class and guaranteed. Next door to Hood for sale at all timo>s.
IiI 1886. Send for catalogue. ing and harrowing. See or address J.W. station. J. W. GRIFFIS Carruthers' barber shop, Julia street, II. E. HOLTO.V. '

i : Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. i Shiloh, Fla. I Titusville. ,. Titusville, Fla.

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1i. : .- f A FAITHFUL OFFICER. Tornado at Holly Hill. SHAKE INGREDIENTSWELL

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The Daytona Halifax-Journal tells WN N "y'v
HOW the Sheriff of'Manatee N N ,
,\ : '0' ; Captured of a fierce storm which visited the IN BOTTLE TO MIX

Desperate Criminal coast section of Volusia county last

'"- r..(Jf ';",,'to ., .' The Manatee Record tells the follow Saturday. That paper says: !Tells Hoi To Prepare a Simple Mil- THE MAPES

interesting story of the hardships en-
; A tornado or cyclone moving from
I
; .,.. dared ,by Sheriff Wyatt of Manatee in the southwest swept through a half tare to Overcome Dread DiseaseTo

--" capturing Arthur Gill, a desperate Hill I aFERTILIZERS
mile track at Holly Saturday
relieve the worst forms of rheu-
:- .... murderer!': morning at 8:40 leaving a track of de- P PSend
matism, take a teaspoonful of the
x .r' Sheriff Hans Wyatt is receiving con- struction in its wake.
following mixture after each meal
j% --: gratulftions on all sides for his The edge of the blow was felt In 1

.: '.,:promptness and unusual alertness in Daytona_ and Daytona Beach to some and at bedtime: for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see V

*:', capturing Arthur Gill, who murdered extent, but no damage was done, Fluid extract dandelion, one-half from the reports there made what good results y

m Jim Fletcher near Sarasota during though the ferry boat "Yankee Doo- ounce; compound kargon, one ounce; D were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this \

i.. Christmas week. dle," had a tough scramble of it for a compound syrup sarsaparilla, three .... year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It con- 2
tains lots of valuadle information. Apply to
ri 1Ls soon as Sheriff Wyatt, heard of few minutes, but being well handledby ounces.

the shooting he went to Sarasota. her cool-headed captain, she managed These harmless ingredients can be D E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville

t where he took into custody Tom Smith to land her passengers safely. obtained from our home druggists, Jos. Paxton, Rockledge

w L .t' but Arthur Gill had left for parts un But at Holly Hill the storm rivaled and are easily mixed by shaking them a J. M. Sanders, Cocoa VI

; known and was fleeing from Justice the famous storms of Kansas inthe well in a bottle. Relief is generally A. T. Patillo Osteen I
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of I x ::#, on a stolen horse. The ,sheriff made freak it exhibited. The worst damage felt from the first few doses. D S. Merritt

a up his mind at once not only to try to was done between the Edmond- This prescription, states a well- Bergmann,

capture Gill but to really capture him on. house and the postoffice at the- known
or to j. R. TYSEN Jacksonville
authority in a Cleveland morning ,
.4 at any cost or privation to himself. home of Mrs. H. A. Carter. Forest Q
forces the clogged-up inactive JFLORIDA
paper, ,
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Y Bringing Smith to Braidentown and trees by the hundreds were either uprooted -
kidneys to filter and strain
SS b putting him in jail, Sheriff Wyatt left or had the tops entirely blown
from the blood the poisonous waste
the next morning for Parrish. Having away, even the palmetto trees were
5 matter and uric acid which
q heard that Gill had been seen and entirely snapped off like pipe stems causes
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-t was asking directions to Mitchellville and the tops carried quite a distance.A rheumatism.

,Y;. the sheriff and his deputy Jesse D. small house back of the Edmond- I As rheumatism is not only the most EAST COAST RAILWAY

'$" Lamb horseback, left for that section son lot belonging to Mr. Hancock was I painful and tortuous disease,but dangerous -

;? They found that Gill had stayed at slid off its foundations toward the to life, this simple recipe willno ,
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7. 1908
i- Mitchellville the night before and had west against the wind and set flat on doubt be greatly valued by many

:Ii left at daylight for Bowling Green, the ground with the family in it. sufferers here at home, who shouldat No. 99 No. 33'Na 291' STATIONS.No. 78 No. 74,:roe 9&
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Dally I Dally Dally
3 DeSoto county. Then the ride to Part of the upstairs piazza of the once prepare the mixture to get Daily Daily iD
Lv..Jacksonviile..Ar 7.11 740 1 830
800 pm 1000 am 700 am pm pm
tI Bowling Green began. It was hard Edmonson house was torn away, th 3 this relief.It 910 pm 1100 an 820 am Ar.........'t.Augu.tiee..........Lv 6:0 I'm 640 pm 715 am
\ 1015 pm 11M am 923 am Lv...........East Palatka...........Lv in pm j b45 pili U3 am
:, : riding and Gill was well in the lea chimney wrecked and a corner of the is said that a person who would 1152 pm 12. pm .......... Ar--.Iiotcl Ormond..Lv ........., 401:>> pm t .........

? .. The horses were jaded, tout duty spurred roof torn off.Ir.. Heath's chimneywas take this prescription regularly, a 1202am.& am 135 145 pm pm 110.5 1117 aB am Lv LvOrmond..............Daytona--_.._..._...---I.vi. 367 a.2pm I'm 355 Uf pm pm I 419 fn.m12J. am

&X c on the officers. After leaving blown down, the front of the old IJ6 am 222 pm 1200n Lv........... ........... 2.0 pm 117 pm 343 am
> : dose or two daily, or even a few 16Gam 817pm 1121'm Lv.............Tttnsvlfle.-.Lv l1lpm: :tISI'm 210am239am
Mitchellville Gill followed the Bowlln; Harris store carried away, twelve 3 5tJm 200pm LT..Roctlel1re..LvU:7'm 187 pm ItOam
% times a week, would never have serious 236 pm ,Lv..EanG.11te..... .......1.11M am ._
Green road for distance but finally windows broken at Mr. G. W. HarrIs'and
some 247 pm I Lv..llelbonrne...... .......L11 U am "--'-
IFM4 left it and passed out by D. H. another chimney blown off, while kidney or urinary disorders or -iii-- 690 pm fLO Im Lv..FortPteree ,..........Lv IOW am 1136 Jim 1114 pm
rheumatism. 715 am 7M pm 655 pm Ar..We't Palm l>4'.eb..L\ 7'0 am gu am 900 pm
i Alderman's and asked for directions at Mrs. Carter's house the wind entered 8os 705 .tire..Royal otneiana.-------Lv 937 650
Cut this out and it. Good n :: 812 : 115 : 'Lv::::::::..... : .....::::::::: n :: 932 :: 645 ;:
p to Lakeland. At this time Gill was the open west door of the kitchen, preserve 101 am 1025 pm 1010 pm Ar..............% .... .......... 4O am 71 am I aoopm
tore two heavy pine doors inside the rheumatism prescriptions which really .......... .......... f)3IJ am Lv .... ... .lltaml'r .......... ......... 130 pm
; five and one-half. hours ahead of the .......... .......... 800 am Ar..... .... .Homestead.Ls.. .......... .......... 1230 pm
sheriff and deputy who had been rid house from their hinges, breaking the relieve are scarce, indeed, and Daily:: e eeI.t f"nndey_

ing as fast as possible with Jaded horses. locks and ripped off the steps from when you need it, you want it badly. PALATKA BRANCH

Realizing that if they caught Gill the door frames so that the doors Our druggists here say they will Leave EAST PALATKA I Arrive '!! Leave I P.tL.tTKA TO AEmaatPsEatL

they would have to change horse, were carried through the doorways either supply these ingredients or TO PALATKA 'Palatka EALT PALATKA p.latka

F= they changed and made better time. the opposite way from which they or- I make the mixture ready to take if are: am ........No.46 Daily........ 540 ao I ffial&tka I........ o. 41 D.lly....... .m-
6:0 am .------1 o. 48 Dally........ 640 aM I ...... o.9 I..ily ..... 920 am
Gill left the Lakeland road and took dinarily swung. TWO lamps and some any of our readers so prefer. 9Mam ?.....::\0.50 Dally........ 91\5 am I 1141, am I........:\0.51 Dally...... l18alR120S
other smashed .-----No. 52 lIaily..125 pm Co J m ......Na 53 Da11.! ....... 120 I'm
ti the Fort Green road going throughthe glassware was 415 pm pm ........:\0. M D.lly........ 435 pm I -I.w pm I. .......No. 5IlIu!, ...... ., 506 pro
settlement. Shuman's and a few light objects carried out NoticeI 660 pm .--.To.66 Da.lly........ 610 I'm' 940 "m : ......:\0. 67 11atfy....., lOW pm
Shuman At -
1015 >m ........i\o. 58 Dally........ I08. j'.m I 11010 I'm .... ..N". 1:9 1'1111....... 1100 pm
to the street but no pictures disturbed
GUI was only one hour in the
will.be at the following places for the pnr- SAN MATED BRANCH
lead, which shows how fast the sheriff nor any of the many articles on pose of assessing the taxes for 1908, at the !
Amv.
I Arrive Leave !
Leave
EAST PALATKA SAN MATEO TO
and his deputy were riding. Here they shelves and brackets or tables blown time named below. I would take it as great East I TO SAN MATEO Mateo I Mater, E.\ST PALATKA I East

changed horses again, and as night down, strange to say, though every favor if all would meet me at the designated Palatka .I .1
... ...... .......50. 46 Dany 6 am
430 am -.No. 45 Dally. 4 sa am 455 am
was coming on they were forced to go thing was sprinkled with sand. The places at the time named. It will enable me 32 pm /........ o.5.'J Daily .......::3-1l'm I 350am .......No. 5i ., 410 ant
slower in order to keep the track chimney fell, making a large hole in to complete my work earlier and more cor 1105 pm ........No. 59 [Jallr..IIr..m ,n::;) pm ........:\0. Gill/ally ....,1150

Every half mile they would striker the roof and chairs and flower stands rectly. W. II. HALL, Assessor. SunkSun1: :\0.11! 1'0.11 Dally MAYPORr I :20. 18 I Su n I N0 22

the 1IiccoIonday., Feb. 3rd, morning at P.Jertelsen's. I BRANCH Daily I Only Daily
blown from
+ matches to see If they still had the and pots were piazzafar Only _Only DaI.-L ear'on. I

:i track and thus continued until out into the yard, the two large 200pm _1010am 600 pm 800am Lv... ....... 730am1 loopm 6oopm240pm
they Grant, Tuesday, Feb. 4th, morning at L 10SOam 640pm 840amILv, .I'a\lo E'.ch .....Lv, 60am 1219pm 4111'10
they tracked him to Bowling Green front gates carried in fragments over 24& pm I066am 846 pm 84f1am \1.vAtI.ntfcJ acb ..._LVI 644am 1213 I'mIUpm
forgensen's.
_3 OOpm 1110Rm 7(1 O pm 1 9)11am .3r.... .. M.v r'.. Lv' 600am1200n'n 1 400No. .
the river bank while in all the
where met Sheriff Tuck yard Malabar Feb. 6th
; they Deputy Thursday, morning, atAroold's
fallen trees and tree tops broken .3 No.1 City Branch No.2 No.4 No. III Sanford eraacl No. 12 ...
of DeSoto who of store.Melbourne Dally Daily
:t er county, told them Daily II.Uy Laxly Lally315pm

& cousin of Gill's by the name of Warren fences and a miscellaneous assort Saturday, Feb. 8th,morning, at 930am l.v.liew 00 pm 6:0: pm 630am-'TltuwllleAr. 100---
s : Brown's hotel3felbourne 400 1100 m Lv. Lake listen Lv.1216 501 930 am At. Lanford La. 1000
of all kinds debris
# Gibren. They went to Gibren's I ment of made it 411 : 1120am ILv.Orange: City Lv.l205: : 440 : ..........1................. .... .........pm... .
'- mournful and a discouraging sight. Reach,Monday,Feb.10th,morning .415.. .rm 1130am -\r.Or.n Cif Je. 1200n'n 4OO m .......... '....... ......., ..m........ .
a ; house and at 11:30 located Gill therein. -
II North of Mrs. Carter's the damagawas at po->tofiice PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAXSIIIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI
Deputy Sheriff Tucker hailed and Eau Gillie Tuesday, Feb. 11th, morning,
r r called Warren Gibren out and asked slight except for Messrs. Wetherell at McMillan's hotel. Close Connections Made at Miami With Steamship of tile P. & 0. S.S. Co. for
and Richardson's new launch NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
him if Gill was there. Gilbren said he Tropic, Thursday, Feb. 13th, morning, at
lit- : was not, but was told that they knew which was seen to go up entirely out ostofficc.Banyan. ...-Theil. TIME TABLES show the times at which train maT be expected t. .*-
1. rive and depart from the several station; but their arrival or departure.l the time
p.- ? he was. for his horse was in the yard. the water turn over and settle back Thursday, Feb. 13th,afternoon,at stated is guaranteed,nor does the Company held itself responsible fur any delayor
t' upside down to the horror of the ostoffice.Brantlry. any consequence arlnlngthyryfrom. -
He then admitted that Gill was inside
owner, who, however, got, her righted Friday, Feb. 14th, morning, atKtetofiice. For Copy of the Ixxl Tine Card or Other Inforroatlorn
ix the house, and started back, but was srrc THE Ticitrrr AGENT:
I S told to stop. Deputy Tucker then as soon as the storm abated. J.D. A"NERAl5i5tant General Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDAnot
I The actual tornado passed in two Lotus Friday, Feb. 14tb,afternoon,at poet
called Gill, who answered. Tucker told office,
minutes with a roar like an express
him to come out, this he refused to dot Georgiana, Saturday, Feb. lath, morning
train and almost solid sheet of waterat
.5- 5 at first, and said that he had a good rovost's store.Conrtenay E

:, I 28-56 rifle and plenty of ammunition its heels, which lasted quite a while ,Tuesday. Feb lStlr, morning, at
V with an ordinary high ivind. Do suffer
y ";, ; and that he could shoot as good as postoffice.
Mr. Thos. Wetherell says that the .. Wednesday, Feb. l any body. Continuing Gill said: "I with severe
storm passed over his house in the at postoffice.Merrills .
:, ; guess you know what I have done:
Feb.
ert.nxl.iy 19th. afternoon Headaches
white
0 shape of a whirlwind with a
"
tt: : you may get me but I *ill get some ot at pxtofliee.Kockledge..
tangible shape to it
-c you." Deputy Sheriff Tucker told him Thursday, Feb 3ith. morning, when
A large force of men gathered as p
that he knew what he had done and at Lfwkhardt's store.
., l soon as possible to lend neighbor Cocoa F.b. 22nd
that he had a warrant for him. and Saturday. morning, at
.k aid and to clear the roads of trees, telephone town hall. 'a
that the sheriff of Manatee county was /
r poles and wires, and worked Otv 1'oint Monday. Feb ::Ub. morning. at
with him Sheriff Wyatt then told Gill i
with such a will that by moon the post.>&reSharps..
to come out; that he had been following '
I -oads were all open for travel, but ;: Monday. Ft-b nth t atteniiNin, at
him all that day and part off l"kotlffiCl'.
wil'; take weeks to clear away the
the night and that he would see that Tiiu-ville. WtdneMlay. F.-b. 2Mb. 1UoruiD .
a f Broken trees from the house lots an-"
t he was not hurt, but take him back to at c urt hiniMMinis ,.
put them in shape again.
Braidentown. Gill then came out and : Thursday Feb. 27th. morning, atPJ5t.ti TAAOL MAe11{.
Nothing like this tornado has ever
.
himself (( Will Cure
,1 gave up. You.
been seen in this section as far backas LtGrange. Friday' FelL) Sth.. morning at
S. Sheriff Wyatt and Deputy Jesse the "oldest inhabitant" can remember cooper shop. Tiei.llTii.la the maln-sprin for the whole body. Tt espece
Lamb put Gill on his horse and immed good one must keep the liver in
good order. .
but this seems to be an age of Nathan, Tuesday. Mch. tfnl nnnn, at p)!,t To du t.
--S lately started back. They traveled ofiice.Canaveral. a regulator is needed. Herbine will put your liver in the condition -
surprise. it should be and will not
suffer
't you from headaebe6.
i all night and next day Gil was safely Wednesday. Mch 4th, morning,

landed in the county jail where he A Happening at (>Stoffice. A POSITIVE CURE

r ; ;; will remain until he pays the extreme Port Byron, N. Y., has itnesed mu Artesia Thursday, Mch. 5th, morning at

penalty of his horrible crime. If the nro!'t remarkable ra>e' of healing: post office.Ifaulover. FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
1 Monday, :\Ich.9th, morning, at
FEVER
S' Chamberlain's Safe ever rlcordetl.hlO F. hint, of tha Thos. Crooks. BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA
Cough Remedy a
t: Medicine for ChildrenIn place says: hBl1c'ki'u'srnic'3 Salve ---- AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

cured a sore on my leg with which I had Long Live the King!
buying a cough medicine for children !
never he afraid to buy Chamber suffered over SO Years. I 811111fW eighty i' th'- |mniar cry throurhout'uopt."an Has Done A World Of Good.

f lain's Cough Remedy. There i N no danger five" Guaranteed to cure all sores, by countries; while in America the I'ryof

from it, and relief is always sureto Banner Dnig Store and TiUwille! Phar the present day is "Long live Dr. Kind's; Mrs. C. D. Marble Falls Texas, writes: "

;'l, follow. It i il! intended especially f.rcough" 2.V.; New Pifrcomy, king of throat and long used Herbme and find it the best liver corriHrtlre I hare"

t.- t cold*, croup and whoopingcough; : nncy. reniediet"of which Mrs. Julia Hyde tried. It done my family as well as myself a world of guutj i I

{ I and there i is no better nutliiine in the Paine, Trnro, Mas, says!: "It never and I recommend it to all iny frienda. I never tufliir Iron
I FI world for the!'e diseases It 5" hot only a For Over Sixty Years fails to give immediate relief and to quickly headaches anymore."

1 certain (-un for crone| lint when given Mr \Vinslows' Soothing Syrup habeen cure a rough or cold." Mrs. Pain 's SOc WILL BUY IT. 1

as soon as the rrotipyongh appear willIS need for over sixty years by *mlhon opinion is shared by a majority of the inhabitants i
i s prevent the Htbt'k. Whool'inlll'Ol1gh is of mothers for their children while teething of this country. New Discoverycures
1 not danjreron when this remedy is given with perfect success. It soothes the weak Inner and sore throats after: Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

as direrted. It contains no opium or child,. softens the gums, allays all pain, all other remedies hate failed;and for
\ other harmful drugs and may l>e given as cures wind colic, and is the bet remedy coughs and colds it's tilt only eure cure. 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO
confidently to a baby a. to an adult. Forsale for diarrhoea. Itill relieve the poor Guaranteed by Banner Drug Store and
by Banner Drag Store and Titusville Iittle@uffert'rimmp(1iately. Sold by drulZ' Titnxville Pharmacy. oOc. and $1.00. HHBBMBBBSold

Pharmacy. trirts in every part of the world. Twenty Trial bottle free.

five cent a bottle. Be sure and ask for and Recommended byJ9toxo
e O.A>9'rORZA.. "Mrs. Winelow'a and OABTOn.XA.
Soothing Syrup,
j soar.tee ribs Kind Yta HawAtways Bait tike no o h"r kind. Guaranteed under B....tee Tte lififlYra Hate Ahrars Bad l u.sv1.11o Pha.r1Unoy

Ogutancf the food and drags act, June 30th, 1906. a r 1---- Anne

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--" ;;:_i\OP BRWS' -The commissioners of Baker county A big phosphate land deal has just New York Quotations. I plants That which our American possess the rorests most abound valuable!a I' "-

have decided to build a $30,000( : () court been closed In Bartow, Polk county, The New York Packer of Saturday medicinal virtues is abundantly attestedby

house at the county seat, Macclenny. Mesrs. L. Wilson W. W. Clark, W. B. gives the following quotations on FlorIda scores of the most eminent medical i ",

1n 'PAIR'- F'L'O'RI'D Swearingen J. G. Boyd, J. F. Fort andF. writers and teachers. Even the tmtu- ,
A' : products on the New York market
The village of Bronson, Levy county toned Indians had discovered the usefulness '
1 A. McConnell selling to L. A. WIlson .
11 ;r! ; has become an incorporated town : of many native plants before the !

ilit is,Being Done Toi&rds the De- town and has elected a mayor. aldermen president of the Wilson, Toomer I There was very little life In Florida advent of the white race. This informs| *

Fertilizer Company of Jacksonville vegetables during the week Receipts tlon, imparted freely to the whites, led j '
and other'omclals.The the latter to continue until i j .
idopient of Urti Peninsula and: his associates, fifteen hundred Investigations
'ii ': were quite light, but prices could do to-day we have a rich assortment of most -

f, : The bachelors of, Leesburg have organized Florida Bankers' Associationwill acres of the cream of the pebble phos- no more than keep pace with demand. valuable American medicinal roots. 't
hold its annual convention at St. phate belt in Polk county for the sum a
<<; } a club to protect themselves Good lettuce sold exceedingly well CV . | .
Petersburg, February 20 and 21. Elab--
of 335000.
Dr.Pierce believes that American for
oar
08. when offered and some brought aa
cur141g.1
;1- orate preparations are being made by pats atferod In most valuable medicinal root
: : The leading winter hotel at Fort Messrs. S. J. Hilburn, E. N. Calhounand "down and ouf appearance and operators foi the cuN f most obstinate and fatal dlr i
i the of that for the
people
city reception -
I ;- John E. Marshall went to Starke are wondering if relief will ever eases.If we-WpNdproperly InTestUate them )
Myers, The Royal Palm, has opened and entertainment of the conven- ana Ifi M& iufliui of this conviction. be :
Wednesday in order to argue before come. Conditions this week were no po with prl ths.a1nmtrfl.TYPlrn1\
for the 1908 season., tion. The is now'being ,.,.,.....
: prepared -
program
Judge Wills the case in the wet or better than at last week's sales. About [)Ire!! f'1' hv 1J' flnh5anEpi-at TlI"
." ,:.. :, Beginning on January 15th the people by the committee in charge of coveni.whkh has troyenjteiftn beth .
dry contest for Putnam county. Mes the best that could be had for the average -! In ritm nr.rh tr i1<-. Ilvr thY1Qr.
& of Tallahassee ,have had their that work. The convention is to be
and
rvgultlor.ipdb
for
Hilburn Calhoun &tL1r..bartJonlr
srs. and appeared Florida offerings at auction was ;
'., '. mail-delivered by carriers. held during both the, State Fair at cleanser known to cie the while Hon. H. H.
prohibitionists, $2 and from this figure prices tapered sia. or indi esUon. torpid llfeiT Tunctlcoal .
'. ;$j.. The, partial destruction of the Hotel Tampa and the Midwinter Fair at St Buckman, of Jacksonville, and Colonel down to $1,25. Some fancy Porto and even valrular and other affections of
"t Petersburg which will lend interest to the bean yield to Its curative action. The
:: .Le Forte in Tampa placed betweea Marshall the saloon In-
represented Rico
: fruit advanced a trifle, but this reason why U cures these and many other j
;.Ti thirty and forty guests in serious peril the meeting and increase the attend- terests. Judge Wills heard the motions does not properly express the actual affections Is clearly shown In a little book ;

r:: early Saturday morning. ance. and now has the case under ai- condition of the market as on the of which extracts Is mailed from frte the to standard any addresa medical by Dr.works K. .- 4.

\; A. new pump has been installed at Jno. C. Lewis and son, Leek, went visement. It is expected that he will whole prices on average offerings v. PIerce. of Buffalo. N. Y.. to all .sending .; ,

.: ::, the city water works pumping station. ,, out bird hunting west of town MOJ- render an opinion in the near future. showed no improvement During the reauest for'the>.same.o o I H'j'No& f

ir.. in Jacksonville. The pump is an im day afternoon, taking along their dog I he outcome is awaited with general week Porto Rico oranges sold as low less marvelous. In the unparalleled I t

menseone, its capacity being 8,000,000 and Arley. Hatch's dog "Dan". They interest bw the people of this section. as 85c and the best did no better than cures It Is constantly making of woman's .. i' of
.
gallons per day. and forces the water had hunted only, a short time when -Palatka TimesHerald.The $1.35. tJfts1DW many peculiar derangements.. affections weaknesses Is Dr. Pierces and p: ...:.1,

through the city mains at a pressure the dogs ran upon a rattlesnake which Broward administration accordIng Florida grapefruit when fancy was Is amply attested
by thousands oNt OUd jestlmoDlals coo*
of fifty to ninety pounds to the square bit both of them. "Dan" received the to the Tallahassee True Democrathas exceedingly active and the same can tributed byAftJfltf patlfeim whohrrgbega I

Inch first bite squarely on the shoulder, after "compromised the litigation be be said of the Porto Rico grapefruit. cured by It of f t rrriii Tx-iTi qfalii painrar '

which the Lewis tween the L I. Board and the L. & N. However there periods. Irrerultritlea. jpr9ltMg5-nd bTtiegriiisetT'by
Hon. D. U. Fletcher of Jacksonvile, dog got a glancing Is very little fancy weakness .c>C< -
lick that produced only a slight Railroad Co.. by which compromise fruit coming from ertther section. The lilnore HOT. John Beard
and S. of Pensacola.
.. after many ether advertised medicines, and
scratch. "Dan" died in few minutes the railroad company gets a good big Florida fruit
candidates for United States Senator a ranged from $-I to $6 and physicians bad failed. .

from Florida and Hon. A. W. Gilchrist but the Lewis dog is living. The slice of the lands in the litigation, as the Porto Rico from $%.311-2 to $5.25. Cy 5y -<2>r

? of Punta Gorda candidate for hunters killed the snake, which was well as part of the $248,000 tied up brought $1 to $2 per basket Tomatoes Both the above mentioned medicines eve
govern made from the grlyceric extracts of
.addressed a. largely attended public about five feet lond. Punta Gorda I by injunction in the federal court sold at $1.50 to $2.50 per carrier. holly native medicinal up roots. The processes employed
Herald.A while the I. I. Board gets somethinglike In their manufacture were original
meeting at Live Oak last Friday with Dr. Pierce and they are carried on tor
Eight dish of apples in the show windowof $150,000, with which to continuethe skilled chemists and and pharmacists appliances with specially the

Weihe, the jeweler attracted quitea operations of the Drainage Board; 1 THE[ PERFECT( WAY designed aid of apparatus and built for this purpose Both
The declarations in that big suit of end this, in addition to the 5 cents per medicines are entirely free from alcohol and
good deal of attention yesterday.Not all other harmful bablt-forminj drugs. A .
190 of DeLand
Ropes against people
acre tax on some four million acres full list of their ingredients Is printed oa

and his suit against the city of De- that apples are scarce in Ocala, in the so-called 'drainage district' levIed Scores of Florida Citizens Have each bottle-wrapper.
but the fact stated on an attached
Land were stricken from the records by the last legislature." Learned It ,
card that they were in Marion
by Judge Jones in chambers at Orlando grown
county made them a curiosity. They Major William F. Hancock, coast ar If you ufft'r from backache, The Most Vahatte Set of ).u41.rul Soft-
Thursday morning, Judge Stewart There is one way to cure it. Building Books," Putlisked.
tillery corps, who Is in command of .
were grown bjr: Mr. S. Lehman, the
appearing for the defense in both The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.A .
I nurseryman at South Lake Weir, who : the district embracing Forts Dade had back means sick kidneys. RUDDERHOWTO
cases.-DeLamI Record..C. .
had grafted the apple into a haw tree. and DeSoto, will have to face a court Neglect it, urinary troubles follow. BOOKSOver

F. Stubbs, agent of the Southern They were of excellent flavor and en martial, which will meet in Atlanta on Poan's Kidney Pills are made for kidneys Joco boats have bit built from the finesprinted

.: Express Company in 'Miami, was arrested 18th. only. in the books-Successfully sailed ta
tirely free of seeds, thus making them January The order of the court S. B. lemons, cigannaker, living at clime and I every upon every
\ for dQing business without a very desirable for cooking purposes. martial was issued a few days ago by 1311 Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla., say; drawing of all parts, showing what it b and

license. The case arises from the refusal -They were very miniature in :size, but the war department in Washington.The "I nsed Doan's Kidney Pills and they how lo make a-Text extremely simple.

of the Southern Express Co.. cured me of backache and disorder of the HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
the fact that they are continuous bear- charges are not published. LIeutenant *
.._
kidneys. Two or three times on account K foo womII'.I Lurk,m.y t.head;tnoM ill
to pay the license fee charged by the Colonel Leonard weep; good tacicg Unit tot a lx.y lam tb.bniineM la.
ers make them very desirable fruit to A. Levering, of the-pain in my back I was unable

.._.; city council, claiming it t\o be excess- have about the place.-OCala Banner. of the Fourth Infantry, will be president go to work for several day?. The secretions HOW A Sa TO_ lost BUILD for rtmn A SKIPJACK>m bunt or tixx-kmc: : abort bh.Ut
.
he'and contrary to law. of the court and the following of the kidneys were in a very bad I liiotl Ha*I"MHTrHfal h.i "4hoilt. (slop..en
The finding of the original articlesof condition, dark in color and if allowedto rig; pimoi*0.5 pictaro coapleted MtU.

'. Orange groves have once more become secession of Florida in a basementin witnesses have been ordered to appear stand would become of the consistency HOW TO, BUILD A RACING SLOOP
Host ucm.fal nrint machine rnt dencuwl ; a pil.
l' very valuable and remunerative the State capitol, and their restora- before the court: Major George of jelly. I tried various remedies taking winner in AM-IK*.AMa ud 4ulrai i cuy M boilS( w>

.- property. Many a 10-acre grove about Lieutenant Howard L. Martin, all of what seemed like gallons of medicine and lownw.tb.HOW .
tion of Crawford
State'
by Secretary I also but nothing TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
pot on plaster, helped -
:DeLand has paid its owner several the coast artillery.-Tampa Tribune. Simple and pnr1 M1I.tbowinir. bow tocomlnct aland
reminds us of a visit by the late Eliot me at all nntil I got Doan's Kidney hull tor cue vrtku/Motor. iwvrraj other pita

thousands cash this year. From Danforth, of New York, to Tallahassee The escape of a number of negro Pills upon the advice of a friend of mine, HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
40 acres in groves Hon. Jas. W. Perkins and using them according to directions A fine .!I around rraninf fcott; good cabia; tKtOntntfler
some few years ago, in search of prisoners from the Orlando jail Monday '; ...it..1>Ie loW hallow.al-n.
they cured me in a very short time.
cleared up 8,500, and didn't have some material for the Florida sectionof afternoon was prevented in time HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT
I For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. A elrrrr little uiliof boat,with moderate orerhaog aw
near a full either.-DeLand Rec-
crop a history he was writing. He was by the quick work of Chief Deputy mail wil piaL
Foster-Miliurn Co., Buffalo, New York,
told he could not find it, but was referred Kirkland and the assistance of Deputy sole agents for the United States. HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIC OR SHARPIE
ord.The ,
TMT to huIdv.r.lhing wtraiPtJtao'the enft for a kojto
, Masonic Grand Lodge will convene to a pile of old rubbish in the Sheriff James Bell of Tampa. James Remember the. nameDoan'sandtake begin w'thcab.IsiS.ery cheap/) ,ettoer tJoop or cat rig .

I in Jacksonville tomorrow when building back of the State house. Mr. Bell Is not known by any of the prisoners no other. HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT, ...
.romplete de mption of bow to baill a audeU alaa liMPRICE
Masons from all parts of the State Danforth spent three or four days and at the Orlando jail, and Kirk- iIf a&1If aa4 5*osS air mllllele.

will be in attendance. An imporI found what he wanted, afterwards tell land took him as an inspector of jails. The Necessary. < $1. EACH ,

I tant event connected with this meeting ing the editor of the Index that papers The men discovered two large holes John Bull Is looking over his Japanese PRIPAID: BT EXPRESS ANYWHERE

j will be the laying of the cornerstone worth millions in historic value were which had been dug by the men and assets, and be finds them disappointing BounJ in doth-Gold fettering;-Size of pag.
by 12 inches-Large,ckarly-drawn plans.
: on Wednesday of the proposed practically thrown away. He thoughtat 1 some iron bars which had been cut says the St. Louis Post-Dis- 9

Masonic Temple which is to cost $125- the time the legislature ought to : through. Everything was in readiness patch. There will be no yellow peril THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

1 until there Is a yellow treasury.A i MUKHAT STRUT NEW YOU U. S. A
I 000. provide a clerical force and have them for a general clearing of the
Sfti postal for Catalogue cf Hook forI'tichtsmat't
'f W. T. Holmes a truck grower residing restored.-Lake City Index. prison and the Orlando authoritieshave Memorable Day Library

i a few miles west of Sanford, has Tuesday was a banner day with had the necessary repairs madeto
: One of the days we remember with --
teen experimenting recently with i the king fishermen, a total of between the jail to prevent the prisonersfrom pleasure, as well a? with profit to our

: composition paper to take the place of seven and eight thousand fish being leaving a safe home. health, is the one on which we becamejuquainted

the heavy: board .used for bleaching brought in by the men fishing for com- with Dr. Kins' New Life
Boat Capsized Pills, the painless purifiers that cure had-
I celery, and it has proven a decide mercial purposes some of the men ache and bilioii"iiew and keep| the liowelsrigh.

success, 10 he claims. The 'paper will making captures of 150' and more fish In a race between two Key West 25c at Banner- Drug: Store and Ti-

i he far lighter than the board and less each. The fish averaged smaller than ,)ilot boats a few days ago one of them tnsville Pharmacy.

I expensive. usual, ranging in the neighborhoodof was struck by a heavy squall and cap

Johnson ten pounds each and bringing the sized.:; An incoming steamer had Money to Hunt Ghosts. .'f'rr\"s' Reeds
W. H. a man employed atthe 0
weight of the total catch up to be- been sighted by the crews of the Non Joseph! .\. Batik's an eccentric Fitchburg ire .lie t>est known and
Nashville in reliable seeds grown.
1 Louisville and shops no n ost
tween fifty and sixty thousand pounds. pareil and the Magic at about the : (Mass.) man. who died a !short' !:\v y package has behind It the reputation
Pensacola was run over and killedFriday time ago. left an estate of $.V.ni0.! oti... .(.- ?,... ,.>whose business standards are the
The kingfish is a specie of mackerel. same instant and both vessels clapped: ,iti.st la the trade. .
while he under Worcester
afternoon was tenth of which according; to a -
: on all sail in to |>rrr19f 9 }'- Annual *iU lm.il'i FKF.Iin'l 'i.
and is rapidly gaining a place as one an attempt "speak"the York :
New
J a car making some repairs. An engine special dispatch to the > 'pplMnf It romaiim colored pla.oJ-.LI
of the choice edible fish vessel and secure the pilotage. university ,-n--T. -1.J-.-'.a lI fuU.I".rlplt".I.r.rt'CUOO. IiuI I"
f backed a string of cars down OilI In Florida Herald was bequeathed to Clark ;,' jiisrtmir u..r law isnrtiw of *p7s. *' oj
The wind proving too strong the boats of ghosts. :' $..ds. IiiV4lialle to all. .; It. tC. .
which Johnson waters with a considerable demand on for the investigation; .
the one under wa I CO. Detroit, Mich. f
M. FERRY A ,
were forced to fake in sail but
northern and western markets. Tb? on
working and the wheels passed overboth --- -- -- I
catches this season have been very the Magic something;: went wrong and The Price of Peace 50 YEARS :
legs. He died in a few minutes. :
I numerous and large, with the resul the smart little schooner turned turtle The terrible! itching and smarting, incident EXPERIENCE j1
clerk in the Miami -
mail
H. E. Mehl a that much of the losses arising from The Nonpareil at once hove to and certain skin disH-.ife:' i" Almost inMantly -

postoffice, was caught in the act allayed by :applying ChamherIain's -
:
the scarcity of mackerel have been picked up the crew of the Magic who I
of pilfering the mails at an early hour i :-:aire I Price-> Ct'ut For sale byTitnsville .,
:t made up to the exporters.-Miami Metropolis. were little the worse for the mishap. Piiarmary, Banner I>>>."<; Store

I Sunday morning by Postoffice Inspector The Magic is one of the fastest schooners i 8ltd all dnr/jii-ts.
E. D. Beatty and Postmaster H. C i
or
in the United States and years

Budge. Mehl was promptly placed The Joy ago was a contestant in the international -I' TRADE DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS MARKS .

but is now out on $1,000 HAMpTH: PAPERA
arrest
under of living is to have good health. UM*Heroine yacht races for the Americas tc.
4 the federal court sending a sketch and description may '
Anyone
in
bond to appear and will have huMiela of
I yon joy. cup. Besides the effect of being submerged I moth destroyer and ,infetant. P1aeiiunder quickly urertain our opinion free whether an
when wanted. The penalty for em- Yon need not be blue, fretful and have the Magic suffered no damage carpets or in the folds..f fur and clothing invention isprohnbly palentable.. Handbook CommqnlcationnstnctlyconfidentlaJ. on Patents/- ':
f from the mails is imprison- that tail< tate in your mouth. Try a it drives away moths and worry Twelve sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. !
'tezzling bottle of II?rl>im", a positive nire for all and as soon as she is raised will befitted I sheets in a packet carriage; prepaid 10 ct-nts. Patents taken through Mann A Co. receivep.a1 P
In the
without
notice, charge.
ment for a period not less than one liver complaints.! E. Harrell, Ans-tin, for work. I Six packets 5<)centsif ruegi.tt: doesn't have'itMadigan

year and not more than five years. Xo Texas;:, writ**: "1 have u> IIlt"lhil1t' for Powder Work,MIf'C"tlon16 Scientific Jlm ritan.A .
over a year, and find it a fine legalator. I Clarkeville, Iowa
is permissible.A Carrie Nation handsomely Hltistrated weekly.! Ijtrsrest eir.cnIaL,05 -
fine vladly recommend it as a tine medicine of any unentmc JoomaL Terms,13 a i
large turpentine still belonging for .iyr.peJo"ia" SoM by Banner DrugStore rfitainly fIllR ht't1 a hole in the l>arrooiii.f year: four months.IL. Sold by.li newsilt'alero. i.'

to E. M. Putnam of Punta Gorda was anl TitnsviJIe Pharmacy.Tutt'sPills. '> Kanea1, hot Uallnrd's; Horrlimiiid MUNN & CO.36IBroadO\3J.New; I: -.
Syrup has smashed all r,cord as a tirt Branch Offlce. G T St.Wcshlngton.P.C. f IKILLrHCCOUCH
horribly
.' blown up Wednesday morning for coughs: bronrhiti", influenza and pulmonary -

'; burning a negro who was standing dini'ases. T. C. II-, Horton.Kan .

: The still was located "xs, write: "I have never Hmeilirine -
the platform.
on that wonM tiire a cnnirli HI AND CURE THE LUNCS
almost
and was
on Alligator Creek quickly as Ballanl's Ilorelionrid Symp. ,

a complete loss the value of the property 1 have n"' M it for years." :Soil= by Banner '

at 3000. Drug Store and Titiis'ville Pharmac'y"CASTORIA 1
placed ; WITH Dr.
being
,- destroyed will save the dyspeptic from many Say.Ma If live wUl lbe as bill a.f:00'e asyouYes. I 1 King'sHew
still caught my child. if you don't use
:; After the ,explosion the days of misery.and enable him to eat
turpentine and rosin burned I whatever he wishes. They prevent MAGIC WHITE SOAP.
the
and
: fire .
heat, utterly consuming SICK HEADACHE. Rub Magic on BoEed parts leave them Ini DiscoveryFOR
terrific
with a i waterone hour. No boiling no washboards;
the turpentine plant. Tom Hicks, cause the food to assimilate and nourIsh For Infants and Children. 1 no backache if you use MAGIC WHITE
SOAP. Will Iron easy as maple:has no rosin 1foo.
.1 has a fighting the body, give Keen appetite, like In yellow Get order CSPk"8
the Injured negro, The Kind You Have Always! BoughtBears soap. Tour grocer to Trial Bottle Fret
burned. or seed us fU for I box of too 5c. cakea.
1 chance for life, but is horribly DEVELOP FLESH I We par for freizht. Save the wrappers, AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.

j No other persons were nearby when and solid muscle.: Elegantly sugar theSignature kw MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY .

explosion occurred and the negro coated. _ of OR MONEY REFUNDED. I1.
the
; injured. Take No Substitute. 1 New Orleans, La. __I__ A
;! ., was the only one

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':: 'll: '- {" ,1 4 .. THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1908 r4
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r THE FLORIDA STAR PATHFINDER MADE THE TRIPt J Jacksonville to Ormond, 84.7 miles; .t .

Ormond to Rockledge, 74.1 miles; REV. TROUTMAN SENDS _
r :Battered at be poctoffiee at Ttaurille Meoond lockledge to Fort Pierce,75.4 miles; .
> els mail matter. The Automobile Run Down the East
Fort Pierce to Palm Beach, 67.6 BEST: WISHES FOR PE-RU-NA

;'f r ,-1USSCRItztoN$1.MPERANNUM Coast From Juksoniille to II- miles, and Palm Beach to Miami, 70

.. miles total of 301.8 miles. The
z i ....- AdrMtUtag K atea Furatelrad OBApplication. a
ami lade
a t Successfully first three days' run will be possible, Rev George A. E, Troutman, Mt. t .

; -, .'Bill. B.Wc, Editor and Pabllabar The Cleveland Pathfinder, which the fourth may be possible with good

t3' = :PCBLISHEP- EVERY FRIDAY MORNING left Jacksonville Thursday of last luck and the final day's run will be Washington, Mo., Writes, \

week at 10:53 to map out the route but two and one half hours with a -- I ,

'*The county commissioners and the for the automobile races from Jack- clear road. "My Wife and I Are Strong /.

people too of Duyal.and St. Johns sonville to Miami, arrived in Titus-
J.
ville about 1:30 Will Make Good Believers in Pe-ru-na .,
counties will please take notice: Sunday p. m., having -
state been delayed several hours on the ,Senator William J.Bryan will make -- ."ii.
That the pathfinding delegation
run from St. Augustine to Ormondby good. At least, appearances point Catarrh and La Grippe. :: :,
the worst
and that I
plainly openly a mishap to the auto; which com- that way. If he goes into every Her. Geo. A. E. Trontman, Mt. ti

roads between -Jacksonville and Miami -: pelled them to return to the Ancient question with the same zeal in whichhe Washington, MOo,writes: "My wife $

are those leading from South City handled Editor Harris, of the and I are strong believers in Perana.I .

Jacksonville to St. Augustine. This The party was composed of James' Ocala Banner-the "nest egg" of the

sample statement of fact*ought to be Laughlin, of Pittsburg, driver of the Florida Press-there can be no doubtof

I sufficient, arouse the people of Cleveland car; Geo. E. Sebring, vice- it. When a public officer is mis-

.f.: those two counties to active and vig- president of the Florida East Coast quoted accidentally, there is no need
,
orous good road-operations. Automobile association; F. Ed.Spoonr For such vigorous language as the

er, photographer and Walter Dren- senator used, but, unfortunately,
f. Florida has few that
: a newspapers
..The Brooksville Southern Argus,
x nan.Snap at'different intentionally misquote when they
shots of the roads
.
in the course of an able editorial, argues -
itz points were made, and signs reading"To serve a purpose or "interest" in do-
i in favor"of the holding of a
Miami" were posted to prevent ing so.-Ft. Pierce News.
state convention for the 'purpose of
speeding cars in the endurance race
for the Friends and Enemies
declaring a platform party from! going astray.

a in. Florida. Now if the Argus had Only a short stop was made at this During the prohibition campaignin 1 Ctla i c+u uxi

.'" gone a little further and added also place as the party was anxious to cov- Marion county, Hon. John N. C.

for the purpose of selecting national er Brevard territory in one day, Stockton, candidate foe governor, at with peculiar spasmodic<
and state committeemen, national which they practically did, as they the request of the temperance element % the throat. It would seize me suddenly

convention delegates and presidential stopped Sunday night at the Ridge- threw himself, soul and body, and for a few minutes I would be nn

electors, he would have hit the land hotel, at Grant, with Mr. Lars into their cause and showed himselfto able to speak audibly, and my breath I
would be greatly Interfered with.
": Jorgenson having made the run from be a giant on that question. No
,, nail squarely upon the head. would be obliged to gasp for breath.
'", ; Volusia county to within a few milesof doubt he made some enemies among IAnally concluded that it was torn

1 Sebastian river that day. the liquor men in that county that catarrh affection which probably excited -
That "Pistol Toting" Habit Again will do all him in the It interfered with
t Instead of continuing the run Sun- they can against spasm. my
The Plant Courier is againstthe the for but he will ,_, vocation aa a preacher, attacking me
'" City :, day night as they intended, Mr. Jor- race governor I occasionally In the pulpit.
':pistol toting" habit as are all gensen persuaded them to stay over, not be forgotten by the best elementin i I ,' "I had heard so much about Perunaas

other good editors and citizens, and and Monday morning at 4 o'clock I all this section of the state. "Vir a catarrh remedy that I determinedto

i. in speaking of the dangerous and they started for Sebastian river tue is not slow to reward her chil- try it. After taking two bottles, my
dren and there hundreds of trouble bat disappeared I feel lure
where the ferrymen had been waiting are '
cowardly practice, says: \ \ that Peruna baa greatly benefited me."
4 "We are pleased to note that our for them all night, but in the run voters who will delight to honor him, js .1 Rev. P. E. Swanstrom, Swedish

t river trail and because of his uncompromising position : Pastor Box 228:
= board of county commissioners have to the they,missed the -: i.- : jut Baptist ,' Orantsbnrg,
had to return, after rambling aroundin on these great moral questionsand / 1: .f'; Wit., writes that from the use of
taken steps to abate the nuisance of 4 6" Peruna he is well,
the flat woods of lower Brevardfor their unbounded faith in his sin- I perfectly entirely
cured of chronic diarrhea and catarrh.
promiscuous "pistol toting" by enforcing -
+l; several hours; finally securing a cerity.-Live Oak Democrat. was cured of a bad case of catarrh when
Vat in the granting of license all nothing else that I tried had any effect. Peruna In Tablet form.
guide and reaching the river at. Rose- '
:; : the restrictions allowed by the law. land.[ What It TakesIt My wife was cured from a severe case For two years Dr. Hartman and his
of la grippe, and we feel that the least assistants have incessantly labored to
,, And we are also pleased to see that At Vero they picked up F. Charles looks like the pinch of hard timesis we can do la to gratefully acknowledge create Peruna in tablet form, and their

r > this action on the part of the board Gifford, who piloted them over the affecting some of the state papers. the merit of Perana. strenuous labors have just been crowned

" !e has received the indorsement of the old Capron trail, and good time was There is the 'Carabelle Advertiser, wishes"My for wife joins me in" sending best with success. People who object to

l :< Tampa Tribune. made to St.Lucie,where they crossed which recently took an indefinite holiday your success. liquid medicines can now secure Perana
Throat Trouble. Tablets,which represent the medicinal
:. "It is a stain upon our boasted civilization the bridge and ran down the river ; there is the Crystal River News Rev.H.W.Tate,920 Lincoln Avenue, ingredients of Pel una. Each tablet Is

ti r that a state made up of in- front to Fort Pierce, arriving at 8:30a. -now you see it and now you don't; Walnut Hills,Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: equivalent to one average dose of

telligent citizens such as Florida hast m., only a stop of a few minuteswas there is the Winter Garden Ricochet, "For several years I have been troubled Pernna.

should allow upon its statute books a made and Mr. Sebring asked fora which has gone the way of all flesh- Ask your druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1908
w
guide to pilot them south. R. Carl- that is, it has gone dead; there is even .
law which will for a few paltry dollars .
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i ton, Sr., who knows every bypathand the Live Oak Democrat, which on account -
I I'
t allow a man to carry one of and, as Florida boat builders and Another Richmond For Congress
hog trail in south Florida,joined of insufficient support,has been
these death-dealing, trouble-brewing them and the car struck out for the forced to reduce its size from eight owners of Florida-built boats will be I I The announcement of Dannitte H.

{ g instruments around with him. It i ia is flat woods road, via White City and pages to four pages. And there are particularly interested in them, theyare I' Mays, of Monticello, as a candidatefor

fact that almost any man who desires the old government road, to Palm others whose bank surplus is not wor- herewith published in full: congress to succeed Rrepresenta-

( t to carry a gun can, by paying Beach, where they arrived Tuesday rying them much. It takes a com- First: Hulls must be constructedin live W. B. Lamar calculated to
Florida.
the price, secure a license to do so. morning about 10 o'clock and stopped bination of brains, energy,enduranceand complicate the situation in the third
Second Hulls must be capable of
; :
t And, when we come to realize that for repairs. Monday night was spentat pure nigger luck successfully to district to a still greater extent says
i going astern. I
'' West Jupiter. and this mix- the Pensacola Journal. Mr. Mays
publish a ,
in almost instance that it is newspaper
every
r Third: Hulls must have raced in
.; < $ Messrs. Sebring, Laughlin and ture is not always properly com- makes the fifth avowed candidate in
'mot who to
wants a :
man carry gun every race of the regatta precedingthis
declared themselves the race and no telling how
Spooner greatly pounded,as many a man who plungedinto many
should not be allowed'to do so, w race for the Blue Ribbon
surprised at the roads, and stated the newspaper business has foundto cup, I more are likely to enter
can then begin to see the baseness of and not withdrawn from any race to I
II that they were much better than his regret.-Lakeland News. While the Jourrlal some time ago
a the law in which it is eligible for
question. any reason announced its
many roads they had been over on support of Walter Ke-

"Shutting our eyes to the misery I other pathfinding trips. The worst Florida Blue Ribbon Cup other than accident, or unless excused hoe, and believes now that the beet

and distress born of this practice of i road was found from Jacksonville to for cause by the regatta com- interests of the district will be sub
The Florida boat
great event to
':!, licensing men to carry a pistol, it i ia is! St. Augustine. No tire trouble was builders and Florida people too in the mittee.Fourth: Handicaps will be basedon served by his election, it would be

: losing proposition financially. The experienced en route whatever.The impossible for the Journal to fed
; motor boating line this spring will be the actual performances of the
revenue received from the sale of cyclometer registered the act- the for the Blue Ribbon chal- other than kindly toward the candidacy
race boats demonstrated in the
as other
ual road distance from Jacksonville of Mr. Mas.Four .
will
these privileges not begin to pay
lenge cup, a beautiful silver trophy, events of the regatta.
the court costs of which be to Titusville at 153.7 miles, which is years ago the Journal sup
cases can a prize well worth contesting for. Fifth: Rules of the Palm Beach
just a fraction of a mile shorter than ported Mr. Mays for and
traced directly to the licensed gun. This cup is open only to the owners Power Boat association to governor
the rail route 154 mils to the North are gov- of the good
things which it said of
', This,when backed up with the weight and drivers of Florida-built boats,

1;. r of woe entailed thereby, should pre- Titusville corporate limits.A and must be won three times by the ern.Sixth: Ownership same as before. him then it has nothing to retract
; Franklin four cylinder air-coolctl now. He is an able, clean
boat before it becomeshis courageous
sent an argument for the abolish- same owner The conditions, as briefly
5umma-
touring h'-0 h. stopped in champion
car, p.. of the people's rights
= <: -' ment of the pistol license law which Titusville Sunday about 10o'clock permanent property. The first rized above, are to apply:only to the and he would
en grace position
any to
for the trophy will be this
race run this .
should receive consideration at the Palm Beach race year.Immediately which the
route to having made people might elect him
year and among the Florida boat
hands of our legislative bodies. This the run from Oak Hill Titusville in after this regatta I with honor to them and credit to
builders interest is keen.
\. law is relic of days which hours closes the regatta committee, and the I himself.
'.. a pioneer two over a'elJ" rough road
Certain conditions have been laid
: ranking officers of the Palm Beach
:
ry in no wise fits into our age of advanced from the hill to Mims. down as governing the race for the Power Boat association will The field is now pretty well filled.
meet
civilization and should be All the automobile men express but if anyone else
.ti ru Blue Ribbon challenge cup this year, and draw conditions wants to get into
up permanent to
wiped off the statute books." great surprise that the road between all future the running, let us hear from him at
for
Oak Hill and Mims is left in its pres- govern races the Blue once. The field is an and
open one.

The impression seems to be growing ent state. The big Cleveland Path- BEST FOR TBEBOWELS Ribbon These challenge conditions cup.will be announcedto every citizen who i ig 25 years old and

1 ; that the battleship fleet will not finder struck as many as twenty all boat ,, is a qualified voter is eligible to the
owners competing in theregatta
come back home either through the stumps in that distance, one of whichwas office.
this and
year, will apply to
Straits of Magellan or around Capes broken off by the big machine as It ya Daren't reenler.,Filthymovement of the all future for this
it was going about twenty miles an bowels every day you're ill or*ill be. Keep your races cup. All to
Horn. There have been a number joweli open.and be well. force in the thap of be the BOBBINS
engraved itself
I on that
violent phyilc cup so
hour. or pill poison.It daneeron The
, suggestions to the effect that it will smoothest easiest.most perfect way of keeping the who eventually wins
the bowels :clear and clean is one perma-
The Pathfinders reached Miami to take
.. return-when it does-by the Suez CANDYCATHARTIC nent possession of the beautiful GRAHAM
'- trophy '
about 7 o'clock
4 "* route. This impression is strength- Tuesday evening.
show
can just the
exactly
[ ened by the statement of Rear Admiral Briefly, auto touring as far as Ti- ditions under which his boat con- co.,

;: Cowles, who is a brother-in-law tusville or Rockledge,either one,may it. or boats (Incorporated. Paid II D Capita. *:$.gdd.o*

:j of the president, that he looks for the be made a real pleasure and noveltybut won This in the comnan Indian) Hirer owns Coon.r lands.

i- fleet to return by way of Suez. That beyond these points it means I FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. : '.on the "*. Lncie River,

,;..- would mean a cruise in far eastern risk, hard traveling and requires a I About' 88 acies of gOOd: l high land on at New Hay River and on Iliseayne -

!i",'0 waters-to Japan and China, and possibly steady, reliable car and a most expert the east or ocean Fide of ihe Indian river
' driver all the No not at the Narrow, dej-cnUtl as follow: Lot PRICES TO SUIT T1IETIXK&
It is fact way. man EAT 'EM
to other countries. a LIKE CANDY
't No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section
that the government has been piling posted on touring and its dangers Good Pl..allt.. Ae.er Palatable Strkea Weaken. Potent.or Taste Gripe;Good 10.23 and Do 36, in township south, range 39 east.! 0"1(''.AT .Stud, rUndlutTITUSVILLE .
[ should risk this trip. M cents pe rbox. Write tor tree ample,and book- This land is unimproved but finely located.
up stores of coal at about all of its test health. Addmi C3 For further AND MIAMI.
particular address "
The distances for the five days on Remedy Cetnpany. Chicago or New York. -
Asiatic coal stations during the past
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) few months. I the coming race were found to be: KEEP YOUR aLOUD CLEAN Brock ton. Mass.S. I ,any freight kllll JW'JUIOXn: any quantity 11.\0; anvpherexe UYRichnienali.Iet4spp pay


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L1S1OW. OPEN I For ITEMS OF NEWS ii -_.; jt i

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.... ". f'r"< ,fiftf Eipttition at Jacfcsoniille I IN PAIR FLORIDA .


-',. i TroublesAyer's Hut is Being -Done Towards tie De- Confidence .
''"g'L ;' ,The Florida Midwinter exposition: :

: ,A%M successfully openedon Saturday, '' Telopment of the Peninsula .

; ; January 25th, with an attendance of Cherry Pectoral certainly Rev. Newell Dwight Hillis, pastor ofthe when eating, that your food is of N.

.,:"4r' over 12,000 people, and with almost Plymouth Congregational churchof
.,. cures coughs, colds, highest wholesomeness-that it has
{ show and in !
exhibit
:every. place In Brooklyn is a prominent arrival atthe
--- tkf'many.- respects, although smaller, of | bronchitis, consumption. Andit Hotel Alcazar. nothing in it that can injure or

,course, this exposition is far superior certainly strengthens weak The famous Carrie Nation is in Florida distress you makes the repast
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:: :t' 't to the Jamestown exposition,and theE | throats and weak lungs. and will spend some time in the doubly comfortable and satisfactory. '

:."< attendance will undoubtedly be four I! There can be no mistake about State. This week she la holding temperance ;

r' or five times larger than that of the this. You know it is true. And meetings at Bradentown in This supreme confidence you

'.._,<,, : Norfolk affair. }\I! your own doctor will say 50.'l'he.be.t Manatee county and later will returnto have when the food is raised withROYAL Y

Not the least Tampa.
attractive is the .. kind of a testimonial '
IF ; space showing exhibits from all countries "So14 for over sixty years." The United States gunboat Vixen

;J", including many elaborate ones 3.C.A w Co.Le1nD,...*. has beenlaunched at the Pensacola f
\' made by Florida citizens, and firms. imfhetuwr' of navy yard. The vessel, when it goes .
vI-- SAlSAI'AIIl.IA. Into commission will be turned .
overo
-- The of ,
. f showing celery from the city PILLS.
"<: ': Sanford is attracting a great dealf O tide vlci L the Massachusetts naval militia for BakiuPowdcrAbsoYwIbr
; a training ship.
.: of attention, especially on the part W*litre no secret! W. publiihth .
formula of all our medicines.Keep
:::1... of the tourists and home seekers. With impressive ceremonies the PaJPe
the bowels regular with Ayer's corner stone of the new Masonic Tern-
.. : The exhibits from Daytona were not I Pills and thus hasten recovery.A .
pie in Jacksonville was laid Wednesday -
'. in place and,will not be able to re- .1
the officers of the Florida Grand
<; ceive this week. Duval county fairly The only baking powder made F
Road Suggestion to Act Upon Lodge officiating in the presence of

r, outdid itself in.attempting to exhibit Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine delegate from every Masonic organization with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar j

almost everything in the manufactureline. Is the worst stretch of road along in the State and a vast crowdcf

the entire east coast_ of Florida. This spectators. The address was delivered There can be no comforting confidence -
The Florida trail is daily alive with .a a strong recommendation to tourists by Hon. D. U. Fletcher of Jack-

: people, and the midway shows are to visit this section. After traversing onville. when eating alum baking pow '

w'" very creditable in every way. Some the entire coast line, from Jacksonville A charter was granted on the 8th der food. Chemists say that more or

great free acts and attractions are to West Palm Beach the Pathfinders inst., to the Florida: Amusement and less of the alum powder in unchanged

booked for immediate appearance at announce that this northern Improvement Co., with main offices in
alum or alum salts remains in the food. :
exposition. The famous Beachey stretch was the worst encountered. West Palm Beach. The Incorporatorsare .

airship, which broke all records at The graphic description of their trip Jeremiah Nixon, Wm. T. Graham

St,Louis last fall, will be navigatedover from Jacksonville to Ormond is suffi- ohm Rothwell James T. DeBerry and

the exposition grounds and the dent to deter pleasure seekers from George G. Currie. The capital stock :'

attempting to cross that bit of wilderness ht $100,000 and the business of the
3 city of Jacksonville twice a day,com .
> mencing February 1st: This great and swamp. Sloughs which concern will be in conducting amuse- move along very slow. The fresh water -J Application was made at Tamp 1
threaten the loss of the machine en- ment of different kinds, building and
free attraction will undoubtedly of the Miami river provides a very Monday for a receiver for the Tampa
to here from Jack- operating hotels, etc.
.:;. bring thousands of people to the ex- .eavoring come desirable harbor for the idle craft as I Havana Lumber Company and Perry .

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position. the road almost impassable, but a Haven recently and organized a Young but also escape the ravages of the to be $300,000 over the liabili
r I The grounds are from 10 a. m.
open Lew hundred dollars would overcome "
Defenders' League. The object of hip boring worms which live In.saU ties. .....
. .. until 11:30 p.m.,with free admission these obstacles if judiciously used. In this new association is to care for the water.Miami News-Record.

. t to Dixieland park from the exposition March the great endurance race will animal kingdom and inculcate kindness Moet disfiguring;skin eruptions scrofula,

; grounds. The admission has been be run from Jacksonville to Uaml.tnd to bird and beast. Thelma Elkins Weekly Weather Report. pimples Burdock, rashes Blood etc Bitters, are is due a to cleansing impure blood.blood I

. wisely placed at 25 cents instead of there is ample time in which to was elected president Consuelp Sore, JUPITER, FLA., Jan. 281908. tonic. Makes you clear-eyed clear-brained,

w:. 50 cents, as is usual at expositions. place the road in fair, if not first class secretary, Jaquelin Dodge, treasurer, Comparative statement of temperaturesand clear-skinned.

This low price of admission will have condition. It is within the provinceof and Annie Budd and Kate Brown a rainfall for the week ending Tuesday

effect the attendance. the county commissioners to make special committee. These ladies 1908 1907 0. A. STEWART .
F a potent on young DATE. MAL :MIX.: MIX. MIS.Jan. ,
The board of trade of Jacksonville the necessary repairs, and by doing hope to enlist many others in the ". 22. 75 67 73 64
this they will win the of not 23. 70 63 72 60 '
1it gratitude noble which have
has appointed a committee to assist cause they espoused 24. 52 44 73 65 FIRE d
cnly scores of automobilists, but of thereby greatly increasing the mem- 25. 63 40 72 W
in booming the exposition. This isas
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26. 68 47 78 61
the tax payers,_who desire to encourige ershlp.
it .should be, and will materially 27. 76 54 74 56 Insurance !
automobilists and the business lafdent "
28. 72 51 73 58
aid in making a great success of this The Planter's Security Bank, Jensen -
. ,. to their presence. The stigma Total rainfall for the week .88 inches.
great affair. was closed last Friday by the directors Departure rainfall for the week minus.14 TITUSVILLE FLORIDAI iw
that we have the worst stretch of road inches.
Low excursion rates will prevail 3n the east coast should be removed of the institution pending an Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, plus represent some of the leading
examination of the affairs of the bank.
. on the railroads and these rates can before the endurance race comes off.: .67 inches H. P.HABDIN. companies of the world and any .
?*e State bank examiner has been
.. be obtained from any of the railroad The suggestion to render the road passable I Official in Charge. business entrusted to me will receive -
.' Investigating its affairs, and a tele- andcareful attention
' agents. is offered to the county commissioners prompt I
bone message from the cashier yesterday STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO 1LCCAB
.. for their consideration. stated that CoU "TY. Is5*
{ arrangements
,,,! -- Masonic Grand OfficersAt FRANK CHESEY makes oath that he is EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
', Workmen Laid Off at Present would probably be completed today the senior partner of the firm of F.J.CHSSEYi
;'1 the meeting of the Grand Lodge a) that it could reopen for business to- Co.,doing business in the city of Toledo,
A number of men who have been em county-and state aforesaid and that said firm G.F.DUREII Agent,
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c of Florida Free and AcceptedIa' morrow. The many friends of this will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for
"".. <,.t sons, held In Jacksonville this week, ployed on the railroad extension arrived nstitution, outside of its depositors each and every case of catarrh that cannot be I
in the city Monday and report that cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE,
the following grand officers WE"retii will gladly welcome the news that it FRANK J. CHENEY. Florida and
the work has all been stopped and the
P: :"' elected:. will again be open for business.FortPierce Sworn to before me and subscribed in my J

> E. E. Haskell, grand master, Palatta entire force laid off. They have been Tribune.To presence this 6th day of December,A.D.1886.

J ; Louis C. Massey, deputy grand instructed, however, that the work market at least one million boxes { SEAL.}i A. W. GLEASON.s =__ WesternHeats
' Gilchrist will be resumed by the first of March, -__+ Notary Public.Jail's a -
master Orlando; Albert W. ,
of South Florida oranges, Col. W.
Catarrh Cure is taken internally,and
and some of the men claim to have
it: senior grand 'warden, Punta Gorda; f'. Fuller left Monday night for Balti-- acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ?
: ward been furnished with round trip ticketsto of the system. Send for testimonial! free. ?!
.Glover
K George junior grand
more and other eastern points. "There
.. their homes, good to return until F. J. CHENEY & CO..Toledo,Ohio. 6>-
;* en, Monticello; Henry Robinson are fully a million boxes of orangesin of all liads,
: grand treasurer, Jacksonville: Wilbur March 1st. It is currently reported the southern part of the state which Itching piles provoke profanity, but profanity -
that work on the terminal in the harbor won't cure them. Dunn's Ointment
i": :" P. Webster, grand secretary Jackson- will be ready for the market in a short cures itching,bleeding or protruding: piles after J JWliNi *
here will begin by the first of Feb- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
yUle: Rev. W. B. Y. Wilkie, grand time" said Co!. Fuller before leaving, : years of suffering. At any drug store. r
ruary, although there is as yet noth-
i" ,; chaplain, Dunedin. "and of these fully 800,000 boxes are {
:",,: : The grand master then announcedthat ing in evidence to authorize such a in the five counties adjacent to Tampa NiNN, ''W rWrir Ni r !'
report. All of the men who have been
he had decided to reappoint the The present prices are not satisfactory -
employed on the road believe that the
following subordinate grand officers: and I expect to so market
work will be resumed shortly. Everyone .
Rev. H. S. Yerger, grand orator! them that the fruit will bring an a.t
has been asked to leave his ad- HARDWAREJas.
Clearwater; Cephas L. Wilson, grans amount sufficient to encourage local
dress.so that he may be located when
{ marshal Marianna; James E. Crane, growers and shippers to renewed efforts. [
he is wanted.-Key West Citizen.
senior grand deacon, Tampa; J. M ."-Tampa Tribune.
standard-bear rh
grand
Samuel junior
The Wolf Burned Tuesday was a busy day with th-
er, Manatee; Charles H. Stewart Grey vessels of the extension fleet as or- Pritchard & Son''

grand standard-beaigr, Melbourne: (Palm Beach Daily News.) ders had been given to place the steamers

Edmund CC. Holt grand sword-bearer, Word has just been received here and dredges in the Miami river.
W. H. Spear Handle the Finest Lines of
Cove Springs
Green ;
by Mr. James K. Clarke that the motor Early in the morning the work was

Junior grand steward, Chattahoochee;. boat "Grey Wolf" owned by his started and one by one the vessel

John W. Capper, grand tyler Jacksonville brother-in-law. Hugh L. Willoughby were towed up the river where they Heavy and Shelf Hardware tOur

senior grand pursuivant, J. Jr., was totally destroyed by fire will lie until they are required again. -- -'- -,- - .- -
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H. Richbourg, Crestview; senior grand the Much difficulty is experienced with
the result of an explosion, on
steward, Charles H. Ketchum Key. night of January 17 at Sewall's Point some of the boats in getting them Stock of st=

West. through the opening in the bridge

f Fla.The "Grey Wolf participated In the and necessarily causes the work to Guns and Sporting Goodsis

The Greatest Show on Earth motor boat races here last winter,
her los For Tax CollectorTo complete at all times f
several and
Determined to make a fortune atone winning prizes, \ *

fell swoop, a prominent citizenof will be greatly regretted by the Palm the Voters of Brevard County: ,

Tampa Is endeavoring to secure Beach Power Boat Association, of I herewith announce my candidacy for t Sand

space at the fair for the greatest showon which Mr. Willoughby is an enthusiastic county.the office If of elected tax collector to this office of Brevard I prom- Paints Oils of Quality '
to Cot member, and while it is quit: best services
earth. He hopes engage ise to give my to the people -
Robert McNamee apd Mrs. Carrie Nation likely he will build another boat, it is and trust I will receive their sup- one of our Specialties'; -

for three dates on the liquor ques- hardly possible that it will be readyfor port at the coming PHILIP primary.H. WRIGHT.

and night, charg- entrance In the regatta.
= tion, morning, noon
Ing one dollar for each admission. The The "Grey Wolf" was one of the Land for Sale will "
for small orders
Quotations large or
here last
motor boats seen
swiftest
gentleman figures that after meeting Eighty acres in Brevard county being the
he will make not less season. Her length was 33 feet and S.V..! of S. W. },Sec 23, T.21. R.34, and be given personal attention. Mail Orders
f all expenses, K.W. J of N. W.1 of Sec,25.T.21.R. For
Carrie Nation she had a 35 horse-power Rutenbe: solicited and promptly filled
deal.
than $175,000 on the i farther particulars address M. P. care ST*s
with her hatchet and Robert engine, and when running at "full office. d

t McNamee, with his overcoat, would speed ahead" would make an average Stops earache in two minutes toothache or TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
i drawing card In of 24 knots per hour. pain of burn or scald in five minutes, hoarseness -
strongest
make the ,one hour,mnscleache, two boor sore,
Wstory of the amusement world. What little fragment remained was throat, twelve hours-Dr. Thomas Electric' YMW1JwmM.JNMYW1' '} W, ir
r? Tampa Tribune. set adrift in the Gulf stream. Oil monarch over pain. I 1





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J. -t the snpprior court appointed John R the business section or the clty'wooM. t,", ._ t

j Hilton its treasurer temporary receiver not be permitted. .

7,1'A and _set a hearing on the qreson Several hundred unemployed men V- )f

of making the receivership per- gathered under the leadership of ,Mor ; -

manentTo weather the financial rison I. Swift before the statehouse tt

storm of last October the company invoked Boston demanding work. They were .
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the rule reqi:Irlng ninety days advised to seek aid from tbe state free

:LIIJw notice of withdrawal of deposits. employment bureau.

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:. :. Morgan Closed Toronto Bank. Law Against Women Smoker "

T 1 The Immediate cause of the recent As an outcome of the discussion regarding -

suspensIon of the Sovereign Bank of the propriety of women smokIng -

Toronto Ont., Is said to be the refusal In public places such as restaurants

_ : < of J. Pierpont Morgan, acting for himself and the like, the New York city
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.. and the Drevdner bank to make board of aldermen has passed an ordinance

jy = : : :! further advances though It is prohibiting such action.
ny
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,..Yjtit.,.... .''.l...,.'9.-r Sd a. .:a..'.'..'.f.yrtp.r.:..'.'..... .' .'." --. $rj :.::.:r>...,a<..Cv, s-- ...r., :.. thought that the sum of $300; .000 would r
have enabled the bank to pull through. Wby
offered The house passed a bill appropriatingr50OOO'
r New York. The story was by The present debt of the bank to the snflVi When he is
should baby
I the defense as what the girl had confessed for an immigration bureau at interests is "n.ooo. your
; LEGAL-CRIMINAL Morgan $ fretful and restless, don'l experiment on
to Thaw In Paris and to show Philadelphia. old nei h-
him and use any thing your
Dramatic Trust Formed.An .
additional reason for his unbalancedmind. Democratic politics figured largely hor recommends. Buy a bottle of White's

f:;; John R. Walsh ,Found Guilty. On rigid cross examination by when Champ Clark of Missouri refer- organization has been formed for Cream Vermifuge greatest known worm

The jury in the United States"dis- Jerome some new points were brought ring h.,the newspaper talk about shelvng the purpose of effecting practically a medicine and cure for all! children's di-

p trict court at Chicago has found John out and Evelyn admitted that she Bryan for the Fake of the party announced control of the dramatic material need- swea. It is mild in its action, builds up

1} EL Walsh guilty of misapplying: ttt thought Thaw rational at that time emphatically that Hon the 8th ed by the hundreds of play companies the system, makes thin puny babies fat.

tends of the Chicago National bank of but on the whole she showed remarkable of July we Intend to nominate Bryan America.. Miss Marbury, the play )IN. J C. Smith, Tampa, Fla., writes:

which he \\"apresident. i for the presidencyThis was greeted roier. Is president, and the companywill ")Iy baby was thin and sickly, could not
facility In avoiding the pitfallslaid I used
retain its food and cried all night.
I with have offices In New York with
The great applause and cheering on '
for her and lost hr
never nerve. one bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge
\f, 47 penalty Is not the Democratic side. When this demo ranches( in Chicago London ParK
The mother of the defendant broken and in a few days baby was laughing,
a N less than five nor Iu health and feeble went on the onstration bad ended the whole Republican Berlin and Vienna. It is said that th"trost" happy and well" Sold by Banner Drug

4':? more than tenT stand to tell of the unfavorable cir- side applauded enthusiasticaly already controls about nine- Store and Titusville Pharmacy.

years" imprisonment cumstances of Harry's birth but the with broad grins on their face*. IndIcating tenths of the foremost playwrights of

iJ No substitute that nothing would be England; France Germany. Austria:
effect of this line was offset scmewbst more Mule thieves have been operating ,

5 : hue Is al by Jerome's- rending of an affidavit she acceptable to them than the nomination and Italy and the number of authors successfully in Baker and Bradford

x lowed. The fight! of Bryan. Taking up this challenge enrolled on the books runs into the
made during the first trial when they counties.
: t{, a for the (01I'it (.- Mr. Clark said that he would bc>this inndreds. The intention Is to handle
to Harry insane In
were trying prove
;:, tiou of Welsh head that there were not ten men no unacted plays, but merely dramas i
which the family taint of Insanity was Why Suffer from Rheumatism
t )'0'm with tae on the Republican side who would get with reputations already established
\ denied. Then began the testimony of
..p ",. suspension of the up and say who they were going to Why Lawson Quit. Do you know that rheumatic pains can
the alienists for the defense.
nominate for Bontell of be relieved? If you doubt this just try
Chicago president
letter
!. XatlonI In a to Editor Ridgway published -
': al hank, the I Two Cent Fare Law Void. Illinois took up the gage by saying In the February E"erybody's.Thomas one application of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. It will make and
rest sleep -
r Home Saving The two cent railroad fare law now "While you will nominate Bryan In W: Lawson tells at length the and that certainly means a great possible dealto

bank and the In force In Pennsylvania has been declared July. we will elect Cannon in Xovemer. various reasons that any one afflicted with rheumatism.

John R. Walsh. Equitable TnM unconstitutional by the stat > ." adding that every Republican In caused him to give For sale by Banner Drug Store and Titus-

company throe supreme court in an opinion affirmingthe the country would vote for him. up his literary warfare yule Pharmacy. ;

et the largest financial institutions mCblcago. decision of the common pleas court Editor Watteron: of the Louisville on the 'sys

: which closed their doors on of Philadelphia rendered last Septem Courier-Journal was the recipient of a tern" and return to DeLand is entertaining a great

at-lute. ber. The court in reviewing the case marked demonstration of applause on r the stock gambling many winter visitors.

says that the lower court found that oth sides when he appeared In the ,'on test Chief among

manic, a committee from the clearing the act does injustice to the ('0- louse, he having been a member many his reasons was his The Charming Womanis

Itouse took over the assets of the three porators In that It reduces the returns years ago. Following this Incident belief th-t the Wall not noressarily one of perfect form and

Institutions and the from the to such an extent Mr. Kimball member *
: paid depositors inCall property as a new Kentucky street financial pl- features. Many a plain woman who

A advancing some $7,000,000 In cash to render It nuremun(>rati\"e. It further on Democratic side amused the "fhIJ.'laY Lawrates" hadsnr- could never serve as an artist's model

r for this purpose. Walsh was released says: "The corporation is entitledto house by predicting not only the election son. rounded" President possesses those rare qualities that all the

4\D $50.000 ball pending motion for a make a fair profit on every branch of Bryan but the selection of Roosevelt at the crucial turn of the world admires; neatness, clear eyes, clean

i sew triaL of its business subject to the limitation Watterson as Bryan's secretary of the panic which they had caused using smooth skin and that sprightliness of step .

Bond Allotment May Stand. that Its corporate duties must be treasury and the choice of Champ ortelyou as their tool and thus had and action that accompany good health

The application of George W. Austin performed even though at a loss. What Clark as the next speaker of the hou e, regained complete control of the machinery A physically weak woman herself.is never Electric attractive -
not even to
is a fair profit is a highly complicatedand Affairs In the Snate. of the government. lIe wax ,
1 ct New York for a restraining order Bitters restore weak women give strong

agaiast Secretary Cortelyou preventing difficult question. The court below The long eiixxted letter from Secretary disheartened because the people had nerves, bright eyes, smooth, \elvetyekm,

him from allotting S21.500.000 of mailed Itself of all the best evidence of the Treasury Cortelyou in response : been fooled by these panic tactics. beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at

Panama canal bonds to certain national that was offered or shown to to a state resolution of Inquirywas I For a Central Bank.A Banner Drag Store and Titusville l>harmac'y. -
be obtainable considered it with exemplary 50c
banks has been denied by Judge received by Senator Aldrich after bn to establish a central bank at

Gould of the supreme court of the District patience and tare, and its Senator Tiliman had engaged; in caustic Washington to be known as the Unit -, ---- ,
conclusion that the enforcement of the
i of Columbia. Austin charged comment on what he characterized ed States National Bank of America John White & Co.

mat the secretary had violated the law act of 1907 against the complainant as the secretary's dlsoliedience Cor- has been Introduced by Fornes of New LOUISt7l!'; KY.Eltablfehxi i
would do to the
:In rejecting his bid for $3,000,000 of Injustice corporatorsis telyou's: letter expressed the desire and York. The bank would have $100,000- rear .
criticism. The law ae+..a'.i r
beyond was enacted -
onds and allotting the bonds to na1nonal I Intention to submit a complete response 000 capital, of which the government MM form* 1 {
the last the bill !
banks and others at a lower by legislature to the resolution not later than the ensuing 13 to purchase three-flfths from the FURS '
passing both houses by a practically
ifigure. week and pleading overwork of
pale of gold bonds and the remainderto
unanimous vote Tbe railroads
foughtthe
V Texas Seizes Tank Cars. the department as the excuse for the be sold to national banks. 1r..i M
bill vigorously, and after it became
'The state of Texas has seized seven- law the railroad Instituted delay.
a Pennsylvania -
, ) men of the' Union Tank Line The senate passed the Tiliman re-o- V
more cars
suit in the
common picas courtof lution directing the secretary of the I L MISCELLANEOUSMitchell's I
company defendant in the Standard
, t a Philadelphia restraining the county
treasury to report the number of national -
Oil( antitrust suits and now has sixty- of from the EEDS-
Philadelphia enforcing!
banks placed in the hands of recelvers -
.; six
Impounded The cars will proba- law The railroad! contended that the Last Convention.The .
st ; since Jan. 1. 181)3: the capitalstock BUCKBETS SEEDS SUCCEED +
idly average $GOO each In value making law was unconstitutional In that it nineteenth annual convention of

a total of $33,000. It is expected was unreasonable and confiscatory, of each and the names and com the United Mine Workers of America. SPECIALOFFER:

: that the receiver will lease them to and this contention was sustained by pensatlon of the receivers and their which began at Indianapolis Jan. 21, >rude t. V.na few B..I. ... A trial will '
attorneys or employees. make you our permanent customer.
j'' some company. the court. The county then carriedthe marks the official retirement of, its! Prize CollectionlrvarsetiaLrt ,.
Senator Tallaferro called the attention ,
FT Busses Must Abolish Signs. to the state court. presh! ut John Mitchell Ills report wi> kintle, bet.
case supreme 11 the finest;Tint* T Kendal:(MM t ane-
i 1 of the senate to the fact that nnctir lClAHANTELD .
3 The validity of the act passed by the vhich has now sustained the lower Postmaster Nortlmp of Pensaco'a continued showed that the average paid up membership beeIeprl.s-/ri.e TO PLtA-E.*

Zfroard of aldermen of New York city court. The decision was b$ a vote of to hold office notwithstandingthat dunug incumbency had increased Write to-tIJY: Mention this Paper.

F empowering the municipality to remove 4 to 3. from H731 In 1897 to 203.720in .
r his nomination had been formally
Fa the advertising signs from the 190": lIe opposed the idea of consolidating SEND 10 CENTS
rejected by the senate March 2. I'*' ..
l townr raises and pcektnc tad ncor*skis T ] ble ;
Fifth avenue electric buses has been with the Western Federation collection of hvrd p* ttu. E -her with my bi(
This. he said was a violation of all I. lr.4 PU.t B..k.
of Miners Presents of
aphelJ by Justice Leventritt in the supreme I EXECUTIVEMagoon I a loving ', Mil*all about Ux Utft TUMUW cl t.,l., nact>..te.3UCStE .
precedents ,
cur and of large sums of money were fits STREET
' court of the state. In render- The finance committee has indicated H. W. Bucee, .lLL. .
fug his decision the justice after de- made to the retiring official. The report -
Called to Washington. its Intention to report favorably the
scribing the beauty of Fifth avenue, of Secretary Wilson showed a sur-
l w At the suggestion of the president Aldrich currency bill with numerous
Y with Its churches residences clubs plus of $s4 J4.St> on hand.
,
and Secretary Hoot. Secretary Taft amendments one of which is to penri
and hotels said: "It is amid such Noted Journalist Dies.
a wired Governor Magoon of Cuba ant the Issuance of ttooowono' circulating
this that the advertising Charles Emory Smith, for
scenes as plaintiffs many yearseditor
The
his legal advKer. Colonel Crovvder tu notes instead of $:-n.OfluIltII tax:
; of brilliant signs of the Philadelphia Press and
panorama
return at ono for a conference with will be made progressive with a maximum -
t :moves.: It Is along this avenue of famous ns an orator, TIME IS MONEY
4 the president Durin1Ingool's ah- of S or 10 per cent
rhurches that on Sundays these glaring : diplomat and states
,
bcuce leueral Harry will act as provisional Senator Hansbrough of North Dako- ; .
) billboards are driven. It is the of Fit; man, died 8ulll1'nlyfrom
governor.Withdrawal to asked that the department commerce -
Yea. scheme of which Is sacrificedto 5' heart disease
beauty and labor be relieved the dutyof p.

the demands of modern commercialism From Banks Begun. Investigating the affair of the bar In his nl;I'-"Vn'ii:

) : Secretary Cortelyou made it known vi home Jan. U Mr.V .
vcster trust, as this order stand.* in
e immunity For Ruef Denied. J.ui ?2 that he would begin at once Smith had an eceedingly \-
I the way of prosecution! by the department
the withdrawal of the :'
' Last week's report about the granting Jo"t'mmt'1t of justice During the ensuing active career. '
funs from various bank '"
of full Immunity to Abe Knef the depositor debate the nator said that the harvester which accounts
in o"U to replenish the working wl for the failure of hU
:former: boss of San I.'mnd l'o. In return trust hall gone Into :North Dakota I.
his the balance! of the tre-a!'ury. ThiN action I:- ,} health at the age; otCharles
e for : testimony against imlitics and wiz la'i1l2 wires to
taken after hoarlns from the linkers lie hid
Tbrlbe Rivers has been contradicted ofF capture the delegation to fie iJepu- Emorysixtyfive.
In all >arts of the most flf ministerto
country f'nas
i
racially by District Attorney Lauitfon. lican national ('(convention thrratp-iiag Smith.
whom that the stringency I is t Russia In 18002and It ,
:
now
say
-who asked that a day be set for the to defeat him for the senate because
thing! of the The withdrawal in Is tS entered the cabinet of
pi-t:
trial of Uuef and said that
every.eharge I:e had pushed a request for Its prose
may amijiit to S2'if'.Os) or $2NC- Pry ulint :McKinley as postmaster
against him would be pressed til tion
TJO a conclusion. (X>). The first tall for $1UH0,000! has genera' His administration of that .rte

l been made upon the New York bank department was marked bv the practi
Oafl For Toledo Ice Dealers.
!In addition to the $10.00n.ooo( returned development! of the runl free delivery This
The supreme court of Ohio Interferedwith I COMMERCIAL I is just as true ID regard to Sewing
.
since I iec.tit. sen ice Machines as anything elbe.
the sentence of three h.-e- dealers!
To Test. Death of Morris K. Jesup. By Long Shuttle Machines
Modify Riding using ,
no matter
of Toledo who had been V nt to the $37,000.000 In Certifcates.According .
Morns K how well made you are
Jesup. the retired banker actually throwing
workhouse for forming a local trust. The president has rtocMetl to so alter 3 hours of
out
away
to a statement prepared and every seven
philanthropist, died at his New
Rut only to decide i that they should the new rldi'u rvgulationthat thetcrtnanent
President Alexander lilVrt of the
by : York home Jan. 22 at the age of seventyseven. TilE STANDARD ROTARY
delve been sent to the JaiL They are taT oin ers engaged; ; in civ SHUTTLE
Nework Clearing House association!" SE\\LNG MAC11INE
-; .ordered to be resentemed accordingly:: II duties may Ill' fxcus "d. This is to from Oct. 1HI to the close of Ikxial. 1
preclude their promotion to the line American Composer Dead. fill make 350; stitches iu the same time
'r and fine of Long
The term was one year a tt>07. the a>.iatk'n issued certiilcate, battle Marhmes make only 200
Edward A. MacDowell. generally regarded -
: :. )to each. to the amount of $3..00\.1.11I)4) -
as tbe foremost American com- correct, which fact 1
The Harvester Trust Fined. were not all in use however at anyone has been proven
t CONGRESSIONALTopi's I poser, many of whose\ compositions are by 2o' :years of successful use in all partsof
t 'ne, and Mr Gilbert place> the the .,
Judge Dana at Topeko Kan.: Jan. known In the musical circles of Europe world and by our competitors continuously

IS: assessed a fine of $1..r1() against amount actually utilized by the banks as well as of this country died at his trvinj to copy it without success.. TUP .
T\MMKI
to Teot th- ir <>xl'hangIt Itt.CII"If>. RAND ROTARY
She International Harvester company In the House.s.IH''k TIlE i
N'ework
home Jan. 23 after an extended WOKLUs LEST bEWJNG
The retirement of thee ovrtiticates bas MACHINE is two 0
which the court had found guilty onortyttiree *'r Ca:11,>n 1tll1llE'rore the house Illness! He was only forty-six nnchim-sin one-Lock and Chain btitck-

i- :: counts of violating the ape>luaii>ns from the \\lM-niiMn. Iowa IH'H mind. mid the amount ROW Cltlt- years oldMarcH hall Rearing:-tand-btraight Automatic Lift. j
: standing; is nmih below the above fgurc D.. not flil l to iTi\'esti-c&te:, the
vtate antitrust laws. and Nebraska legislatures! for the call merits or the :
'' cf Un-rroloyed Stopped.An Fastest, Must Silent, Easiest
*. Theissu.tnceoftl Running
: ecertir'tates5Ir and the
,
irg of constitutional convention to
a of the Socialist! leaders of most durable Sewing Machine
Relatives
Thaw Testify. Glllert furnishes the best object attempt made, TIlE
says. -
adept an amendment to the federal constitution ST.\Sn.\IWROTARY. ".
Under the ruling/ of Judge Dowling; lesion of an Chicago; to organize a strict profession a tnelation." Write \ dt"monstrationis ;
providing for the election of energy currencymo for prices and j
the young wife of Harry Thaw way.required that of the unemployed to the city hall went Plan. Guaranteed Easy l'ay. .1
is perfectly severe and one that Sewing Iacbines
United States senators by direct vote
to repeat In detail In open tl into Jan. 23 resulted In two sharp fights $1..00 up.
effect
can e put without any coin
of the Tbe three documents The
j court the story she had told in the icople plicated hank with the police. In which the marchers Standard Sewing Machine Co.
referred the the machinery. 58 S. Broad fct
were to committee on Atlanta Ga.
'I former trial about her wrongs at the were severely clubbed and dis-

'hands of Stanford White before Thaw election of president. vice president Providence Bank Suspends. per.-:ed. and in the arrest of 0I ?uja- The Standard Sewing Machine 'i

and representatives in congress: : Thir The New England Trust company of min I. Keitman. originator of the plan.
ucame Into her life when the retrial of is sold by the
celebrated case was resumed at I I ty-one states are required to make such Providence. H !_ failed to open its The men had been warned by the police Indian River

jibe applicatl before a call! can Ire made ,J doors Jan.; 2C i, and_Justice SvvjceUaniof .authorities_that a march..through. Music House, Titusville j






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