The Florida star ( February 14, 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:
February 14, 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:
UF00075901:00271

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

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TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 10oe


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s markirgwMateid. Tafu ave m cy.
hL N Jlty Store keps beos, sta-
ny, -ai past d, -Jewelry,
-g*r m ups, -cent and l-cent
euem ~-s. L M.Dodsmn.
Mam. B gh arman ad two ci-
4e, from Wahmla arrived Wedne-
Sfr a fw weeks' visit with her
mstlr, MMa. Kate Myers.
M ] M. IK, Wetmeore returned home
rtm Jaeksm' Ie Saturda, where she
spat a ele of weeks very pbasntly
with frid, Mrs. Webster.
Mes A. Morgan ad F. H. Boye
w ay the riht-l-way of
tas F. C. railway in Brevard county,
wilt m4dres personal impaction of

Mr.C. B. Kinganwastaken suddenly
SSatdy afternoon, but the attack

ple--d t as e i about as usual the
Mat day.
Mr. L. C. Over, of Jackam, e, ax-
pected to lave Monday for Sanford,
Dayla and Ttusmvill i a Ford auto-
mellan s wei w peb ab rriv here in
S day or ao.
Mr. W0 B-l4 of Jacksovilk, ar-
r ivhein ton Saturday morning on s
wayt Clty Paint, where Ms amoe
was very il. On account of the night
tnai netoppinagatCityPointhe stop-
pedo here ad tookthel2 p.m. train
muth.
One d the 3-room tenement house
nar t- e bg saw mil of the Titasvile
labs C. was bured Moday, caused
by pting wod into the stv that
was w iong (projedting side the
daor) and occupants going off to wor
Mb- thboe aM
Mrs. L. A. Brady expects her une,
Mr. A. W. Otis, and wife, of Boston,
Mass., to arrive tomorrow ad stopover
wr a several days' visit with ber on
tir way dwn the east coast. They
ae nw in St. Augustine, wherethey
arrived the early part of the week.
Dean Robottom delivered a very in-
trsting lecture in the operahouselast
Friday eight on Joan of Are. Thedean
isa forceful speaker ad this lecture
was gray enjoyed. The proceeds of
ever $~0 were turned over to the V.
L A. On Saturday the dean addressed
th Progreaeive Culture club on The
Moors I Spain.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
ShlmtImu fos, Germnetown, Saxony
Gas mantle and chimneys lamps
Art sas, carpets, rgs mttngs
New Ii beck combs, inlaid, in
Transparent post card envelopes
"If you can't find it, try"
SCas. A. GAmunm, 'Phone 34

Church Notes
Rev. Wa Stones will preach on Sun-,
day, Feb. 1th, at LaGrange at11 a. m.
aa at 'Ttasvlle at 7 p. m.
Tre will be service and sermon in
St Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun-
day, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p. m.
Dean PoebAt.,, will officiate on Sun-
day, Feb. 16 in Melbourne at 11 a. m.
m in an o Mie at 7~0 p. m.

Photograph Gallery
Go to Faust, the pbtoapbcr, on
Jia street, for artistic photo. All
wrk Ast class and prmpty attended
Cra pasel ,water colors ad
eflpathags a specialty.

The Alpine Hotel
Titmsville, Fia., F. A. Lesley, man-
ae. On the European plan-furn-
[rmoorms and quick lunch. Cen-
trly ated
SNwaery Stock for Sale
SC2trm stock grown on high pine
igged. Indian River Nurseries, estab-
' 1ed 188. Send for catalogue.
. 'Mats adl West Palm Beach, Fla.


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LATEST NEIS

AID INCIDETS

hrIMl hgaph Abki hth thL
Tml Ime al Um
Beat Fresh W ca's Gars JUcK.
TitusviBe Pharmacy.
Mr. GeCa. E. Pritchett returned home
the first of theweek from Georgia,
where he has ben several weeks look-
hag after isiness intberea.
Mr. J. S Snoden has decided to re-
main on hs grove at South Lake for the
present and not move hi family into
town. He left for Cooa Monday.
Don't look at your face so often, but
look at your show and e if they need
repairing. Bad wether in coming. Call
on D. Pacigpnam, shoemakerrand repair-
er.
If you want those something usually
fine in the line of piano, just wait a few
days until fresh stock arrives at Indian
River Music House. To see them will
be to buy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathers spent
from Saturday until Monday with Mr.
M'. father, Mr. J. R. Mathers, of Eau
Gallie, being called there on account of
the illness of the matter's sea,
Mr. Ge Swindle, of Valdota, Ga.,
purchased a few day ago the Stewart
cottage in North Titusville, recently
vaated by Mr. Baggett from Mr. Os-
car A. Stewart, who will occupy it as a
winter home.


Exre- Paid on Al Out-
l-Town Orders
For the ptseveral weekwe have
bae receiving du large w ipi*rrq-
of oor spring ad am r line of
dothin, sahoeshata. m 's and boy's
.fmnM sm-re hereor send u
yor order for your new suitand
We have latetstyles from
Co, Baltimore and New York and
other great style -A Iry
thin new and p-tote.
Wecrr.y the betoods that mon-
ey an buy. Each and every item
guaranteed, and sold at the most rea-
sable tpriae
One order makes a laing custo-
mer.
WINSTON BANNING
T'le ClothingoStore
Irtmnria, Florida

The Four Pncktsb To-Night
The above company played The In-
ventor to a fair sied hose in the
opera hall lat night. Theplay is a
rather heavy one and one of the best
ever put on the boards here.
Tonight the Piekerts will play The
Flower of the Ranch, scene laid in the
west-one of their best.























uLILLAN PICKERTc
Tomorrow afternoon at matinee,
Little Red Riding Hood. The play
for Saturday night will be announced
tonight.
All the plays, specialties, music,
etc., presented by this company this
season are entirely new and up-to-
date.


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nouncements for county office in THE
STAR this week:
A. A. Stewart for clerk of the cir-
cuit court.
J. t Walker for school superin-
tendent.
J. P. Brown for sheriff.
W. H. Hall for assessor.
J. F. Wooten for treasurer.
P. H. Wright for tax collector.
W. S. Norwood for registration
officer. Announcements on page 4.

Special-Saturday and all next
week at Heath's Popular Price Gro-
cery: Arbuckle's coffee 18c., lard
lc., good white bacon lie. per lb.,
fine Georgia syrup We. per gallon.
Great Shootis Event
A grand shooting exhibition with rifle
and shot gun will be given by Winches-
ter experts comaming the following re-
nowned shots, at the grounds of the T-


Special Sale it line's

MONDAY, FE. 17, 1908.
Musn der war in a of
chari slea, tri-r ed with lace,
embroidery and heaing.
Petticoat at $1. and $SL each.
Nightgows at 99 to $5 each.
Drawers at 29 to cents each.
Corset covers at2 to @ents each.
Ladie' alllinen handkerchiefs 10
cents each, 3 for 25 cents.
Ldie mart lther hand bag
black, brown and tan, fitted with
purses 75 cents to $3SM each.
Ldime' beautiful silk elastibe
plain and embomed effects, mount
with gilt, oxidimed and gun metal
buckles 75 cents each.
Ladie' extension belts, the newest
novelty in the market in black and
brown leather, gilt buckles 75 ents
each.
Ldies' wash belts with pearl buc-
kles, 5 cents and 75 cents each.
An attractive collection of ladies'
stock and turn over collars, prices
25 cents to 75 cents each.
Ealbroidcric at 123 to 25 cents.
Just the kind of edgings and iner-
tions for trLuing dresses and un-
derwear. Fine variety of patterns.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JULIUS KUHN, Titusville.

Entere-inmant a Great Success
The supper and entertainment giv-
en jointly by the members of the
Ladies' Guild of St. Gabriels church,
the Eastern Star and the Masonic or-
der, held in the Masonic hall Wed-
nesday night, was a decided success,
the gross receipts amounting to over
$98.00, which, after deducting for a
few incidental expewss, will be


LOCAL GOSSIP

AID PERSONAL

Mmetnog trt kt Pftpl o 11i
rull a rty CM am ro
10.000 Surehead cabbage pltan rr
ale. J. W azzm.
Valentines and post card at th Nor-
ety Store. L M. DON s.
Mr. E. D. O.in, editor and puolr r
of the News atCocoa, and Tisef
Melbourne, was in town Sunday aad
Monday.
Mr. C. K. EbertsofMaco Ga, ~r
rsenttie of the Southern Printers
Supply Co., of Wasaigton, D. C., was
in Ttunvlle Monday.
Forty dollars will boy a large see-d
hand Rider-Ericsonbhotair engine. WV
bun any fuel or rubbih sueh asam e
picked up in orange groves. Justto
tbing for iL~saL&a. Apply or addrM
STA offee.
Mr. A. K Wilson, of the Tribune
Fort Piere, called at THE SmTA ee
yesterday n his return from a week
spent at the state fair in Tampa. He
was accompanied by his niece, Mis
Edith Curry, who will be a typo in the
Tribune oiee.
Mr. Henry LeClair. a French chef of
21 years' experience, has been engaged
by Manager F. A. Losley, of the Alpine
hotel, and has been here about two
weeks. Mr. LeClair was formerly con-
nected with Restnr-nt De Lyon, Rue
St. Antoine, Paris, and was for several
years with Sherry's famous rest-nrot,
in New York. The Alpine makes a spec-
ialty of serving meals at all hours and
isequipped to serve meals a la carte
hil allh *"Adio^ #*"


equally divided among the three or- "-m UC I oein or te uaon t
ganizations.
Unfavorable weather necessitated Mrs. C. B. Kingman entertained the
SProgressive Culture clubTuesdaykfte-
the supper being served in the hall. Progreive Culture cubTuesday.ater-
noon in a most charming manner. Ina
The attractions were a candy booth, contest entitled "A musical Romance,"
cake table, valentine booth, fancy Mrs. H. G. Utley won first prize, a beau-
work table, etc., and the leading tiful hand made, lace trimmed handker-
feature of the affair was the two- chief, while the consolation prize, a dain-
faced dance, participated in by four ty little china bon bon dish, fell to Mrs.
young couples in fancy costume and Jas. Pritchad. Mrs. Rathbun favored
wearing two-faced masks, who danc- the assembly with two splendid reeita-
ed the lanciers, Virginia reel, a cake tons, Mrs. Salt sang two beautiful
walk and a Paul Jones. Excellent songs, and Mrs. W. T. Mathers and Miss
music was furnished during te eve- Daisy Brady furnished music on the
music was urnished during the eve- piano, all of which was much enjoyed.
ning by the Titusville orchestra. Delicious refreshments were servedand
The candy booth, presided over by altogether it was a very delightful af-
Miss Daisy Brady, took in $14.25 for fair.
all home-made candies. -..
The valentine booth, in charge of Will Advertise Titusville
Miss Laura Baily and a corps of as- Mr. J. H. Foss, ex-deputy commis-
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tusville base bal lot, on Tuesday next, sistants, did a rushing business and
A Box of Monkeys Feb. 18, at 2:30p m: Ad. Topperwein, kthe entie
O Thursday night Fe. 20th home the peerless rifle shot, who has broken was.kept busy the entire evening-,
the world's record twelve times; Mrs. over 800 valentines being disposed of.
talent will give an entertainment in the Topperwein, the world's champion lady Each purchaser was entitled to a
Titusville Opera House, presciating the shot with both shotgun and rie; J. M.
following program: Hawkins, the unparalleled shotgun ex- ticket in the teddy bear drawing.
Pano pert, who has broken 100 straight tar- Teddy was won by Master Frank
Pino duet. gets 61 times and holds the world's re- Battle.
A reeentitledA Box of Monkeys. of 128 straightMiss Helen Miller and Mrs. W. H.
Vocal mark.
Short ketch enEvtitled A Hot Massagerybody is invited, whether a shoot- Hall served at the cake table. A
Short sketch entitledAHoterornot. Come and bring your friends.
Piano solo.r aAdmission free. very fine cake was disposed of and
Daniehng (for all). Mr. W. M. Prindle "took" the
Tickets will be on sale at W. S. Bran-
ning's clothing store Fine Monday Offerings of Men's cake on No. 68.
Reserved seats, 50 cents. Clothing The flower table was in charge of
General Admission, 25 cents. .
Gime is money. This is the time: Mrs. Harry Wilson.
Walden, the M--ian and the money is in the reductions Mrs. M. M. Bail" had charge of
Walden, the Maian we have made in all broken lines of Mrs.a.yM.f charge of
The attraction at the Titusville Op- overcoats and suits. the display of fancy work.
era house next week will be Walden, The man who wants to brighten The supper consisted of oysters,
the magician, who will appear Wed- up his wardrobe can do it now at very served to order, coffee and sand-
nesday night. Feb. 19th. little cost. Stylish, splendidly made wiches, cake and ice cream.
The Palatka Herald says: "Though A. B. Kirschbaum suits and overcoats The affair was superintended by
a young man, Mr. Walden is one of in these reduced price groups:
the finest magicians in the country Black, oxford and fancy mixed Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, who worked
and never fails to please." overcoats at $$8 to $15.0. All were like a Trojan and deserves great
The Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal: much more. credit for the success of the affair.
"One of the features at the Valley Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots, Space will not permit a personal
theatre this week is Walden, the ma- black thibets and unfinished worsteds mention of all those who took an ac-
gician, who has just returned from a at $1*.S to $16k5. ;mention of allthose whotookanac
tour of the south. His act is mysti- Men's fancy and white vests, of the hanveds make lit wok a als of man
fying and popular." regular $4.50 to $6.00 grades, now at hands a ee tght workands asoces-
Reserved seats 50 cents; on sale at $3.49 each.ert a force that dssuccess.
Branning's Clothing Store; general Juuus KUNE.
admission 35 cents; children 25 cents. Titusville Fla. Drayg
Drayingor haulingof all kinds prompt-
Standard Sewing Machine A cool drink at a cool place at ly attended to. Meet all trains.
S MANDY'S. H. E. HOLTON.
The best ad lightest running on the MANDY'S. Titusville, Fla.
market, does both chain and lock stitch nge and Grapefruit Trees
on the same mahine. Can be furnished Orange and Grapeft Trees
with either rotary or vibrating shuttle. Grown at Shiloh Fa., on high For Sale
Spot eash prices or easy intallmnent hickory hammock. Free from white 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at
terms or rented. fly Oneer to two rold buds 5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old,
mINDI RIr Musvic HOUSE, Iy. one ye two ycr a now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire
Titusville. Fla. Prices from 25 to 35cents. Careful- brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill fine condition. Address
A cool drink at a cool place at station. J. W. GRIraF, E. B. ARNOLD.
MANDY'S. I Shiloh, Fla. Malabar, Fla.


sooner ox agriculture o 0 n e u. S., was
shown around the town this week by our
I enterprising townsman, Dr. J. S. Daniel.
SMr. Fss was here in the interest of col-
onizing his vast territory in sunny Flor-
ida, a5ga&&ting nearly 20,000 acres,
one grant of several thousand lies near
and northof Titusville, of which he re-
cured a chart from our surveyor, Mr.
Fries. Mr. Foes is the author of tre
book, A Gentleman from Everywi.Lv:.
Many of the scenes of which are laid in
Fair Florida, and a lecturer of great note.
'Mr. Foss left for Bradford and Clay
Counties Thursday morning looking after
Shis landed interests in that part of the
state. Mr. Foss expressed himself an
delighted with our little town and prom-
ised Dr. Danielthat through hisextend-
ed series of lectures in the north and
northwest this spring and summer that
he would give Titusville prominent not-
ice both in his lectures and brochures.
Of the latter he will issue several thou-
sand on The Colonization of Florida.

Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
ing and harrowing. See or address J.
W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
Wanted
One hundred laying hens, small sized
broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and
game, at Palmhurst hotel, Titusville.

For Sale Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on
the east or ocean sideof the Indian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. 3, sec-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
east. This land is unimproved but fine-
ly located. For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.


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Tarpon Springs Hard Hit. trritory. It then became a fight to From Savannah in an Auto.
A special to the Tampa Times from rbeck the advancing flames, it being Through swamp, creeks, sticky clay
rarpoa Springs dated Wednesday possible for the men with their and heavy beds of sand intervening
.avs: rude apparatus to get rzgnt up to the between Savannah and this city, Mr.
& fre which did $10SO worth of h.re and fight It. and Mrs. C. F. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
namage raged here last night for five At 4 o'clock the fire had spent Itseift n Clute, of Schenectady, N. Y.. pass-
tour. Practically all of the busmesm. ind the danger was at an end. Then l 4d in their automobile and arrived
ctcUom oa the city was destroyed. Fuar it wa seen that a great portion of the here Saturday week without mishap


'eea store buildings and their coteta -'.uiness part of the town had been
dhe A. C. L. depot, the Universal reduced to ashes.
church and the residences of X. Z. At the depot the coach used on thi
Turner and J. IL Smith. rassenger train operated between St.:


The only thing that saved the Te-
mainder of ths town from destruction
were some stone buildings whlicae
Shocked the way at the fre and the
gforts oa the bucket brigade, which
workedd manfully to block the advanc-
*g Saastes.
The Se broke out at 11:20 o'clock
a a room at the rear of a Greek reo-
anaat. The business houns mslowa
atsd sam eam Ivo veha Ie ao
#ww erort Urns, amn h ee, the vToin
~ar Iemm emId get in action the
aMes had spread over a cosiderable


Petersburg and this city was burned.
As a matter of course, the people
're pretty much excited and "blue"
today but the general spirit seems :o
be to replace the stractarts as soon as
che Insurance adjustments can b-
made. Most of the owners carried
.-wme insurance.
The origin of the fire is unknown.
If you bve't time to exercise reUoay.
Defn'S DEunkm will prevent emstiptie.
They isdow a mild. K y artia of the bowels
wiMthot ripbag. AskyoardruggistSrtbhem.
ase.


and the party claims the honor of be-
:ug 1he second to make the trip to this
city from Savannah, Ralph Owen be-
ing the first. The ladies of the party
-re the first of their sex to make this
tijp and they are quite proud of their
experience and the distinction.
The party are at the St. George Ho-
tel for a stay ofr some ti,,


.'he machine in which the trip was Neglected Colds Threaten Life
made is a 40 h. p. White steamer. S. A. Rawls to Leave Ocala. [From the ('hiCt. TriahutL'
owned by Mr. Clute. He shipped it "' Do't trifle wifmth im a.l ., dal... ,
from his home to Savannah and the (Ocala Banner.) prudent men and women. It manv 1 vita,
lItle party of daring travellers ther:n It is a matter of supreme regret for in the ewof a child. Proper f.A.e g'.4x v. r -
-.landoned their Pullman quarters to us to learn that Mr. Samuel A. Kaws ertilaftiun and sry.sa d. Ithi are mthepra.
c.-ntinue the journey by auto. They :antemplates moving to Jacksonvii Tined thn"agh ta t g ng f au
it Savannah on January 21 at noon Pry soon and giving up his home here tora, winterandsprinn. the chauct of a i- r
o,'d arrived here on the 25th at I Ocala owes much to him. He has pr fri fa .adistary r.. dwi, *.. slight. But
the ontlin a yv light rihl will t h ".-.me ev r.e r-
Sclock, covering a distance of 23S. ,,en active and progressive and sinc.- '"elet t. a"I a wrtll etablish. rimew ..1A ts
mUles. Vdle they encountered a di- onmlng here has caused several busl-' tilme.-r-n, Ofdptinheria w Las.' ry 6 u, b.
%ersity of roads, or no roads and drove ..ess enterprises to locate with us. anI .e t *x Th Et-t f ,-. t'h shi 1 a d life ,atttl"
through streams hub deep their ma- *as been Instrumental in causing se% % %betht- it isa child y -r a* ult. the a ,i -lMght
rhine did not break down and they suf- -.a! families to build homes here. orers-ere. the very ba tre mlt.WUt that (iAn I e
dlope d i 6chamasrlain'.C (~ ,qh lsat-ne -y. It
feared no personal discomfort of any i Mr. Rawls has given a willing hMau is re ad mare. The 'gert --pularity and
cnsequence. About one hundred mile!; 1 every movement that had for its. le of this ,Mp-atam h.a h.e1n attaiis by
its reumrkablh..-clret ofthis. atnrnt. A cold
cf the road they travelled had never obleet the upbulldlng of our city. anl nerrslts i psw rtlis wrenit Acogiven.
1-efore been covered by an automobile his removal can be regarded as soth-irA-l by Titusville Pharm-y andalldrug: .


!ng less than a serious lost.
However, we are glad to st.a'- *is.
his offices in Orala will not 3- _;;:.
ly closed, and he will perhaps untK-
es as many as semi-weekly vibitauanir
He is very much in love with tk13i
.ruL finds that his business inttv.-'
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DOINGS OF TIlE.PRESENT Express Paid on All Out- Kline's!
= of-Town OrdersFor LATEST NEWS Special Sale at LOCAL GOSSIP I -


WEEK the past several weeks we have AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains in Every Department AND PERSONALS

been receiving daily large shipmentsof MONDAY, FEB. 17, 1908. '.
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C our spring and summer line of
# Pungent lotes Pertaining to Events clothing, shoes,hats, men's and boy's Paragraphs About People that Muslin underwear in a variety of Something About the People of Titus-j
: furnishings. Come here or send us charming styles, trimmed with lace, ,
Transpiring About Town your orders for your new suit and Travel Here and There embroidery and beading. Tille as They Come and Go i
6' Petticoats at $1.00 and $1.98 each. 1
} 10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for furnishings.- Best Fresh WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. Nightgowns at 59 to $1.75 each. 10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for t 1
We have the latest styles from
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sale. J. R. WALKER. such fine makers as Schloss Bros. & Titusville Pharmacy.Mr. Drawers at 29 to 98 cents each. sale. J. R. WALKER { j

= Second-hand bicycles for sale cheap Co., Baltimore and New York, and Geo. E. Pritchett returned home Corset covers at 29 to 69 cents each. Valentines and post cards at the Nov- I, 1
F at Indian River Music House. .other great style leaders. Every the first of the week from Georgia, Ladies' all linen handkerchiefs 10 elty Store. I. M. DODSON. I- 1

Mrs. J. Begg has returned from a visit thing new and up-to-date. where he has been several weeks look- cents each 3 for 25 cents. Mr. E. D. Oslin, editor and publisherof
I Ladies' smart leather hand
of two weeks to Jacksonville. We carry the best goods that mon- ing after business interests.Mr. bags, '
r the News, at Cocoa, and Times of i
'I ey can buy. Each and item i black, brown and tan, fitted with a
Choicest CIGARETTES every J. S. Snowden has decided to remain Melbourne in
varietyCIGARS, guaranteed and sold at the most rea- I purses 75 cents to $3.50 each. was town Sunday and i
1 and Smoking Material Titusville Ph'cy. sonable prices: on his grove at South Lake for the Ladies' beautiful silk elastic belts, Monday. '

>. The Novelty Store keeps books, stationery One order makes a lasting custo- present and not move his family into plain and embossed effects, mounted Mr. C. K. Eberts of Macon Ga.,representative -
town. He left for Cocoa Monday. with gilt, oxidized and gun metal
novelties, post cards, jewelry, mer. buckles 75 cents each. of the Southern Printers
candy and toys, 5-cent and 10-cent WINSTON S. BRANNING Don't look at your face so often, but Ladies' extension belts, the newest Supply Co., of Washington, D. C.- was
counters. I. M. Dodson. TIle ClothiingrStore look at your shoes and see if they need novelty in the market in black and : in Titusville Monday. *

and chndren repairing. Bad weather is coming. Call brown leather buckles 75 cents i Forty dollars will second '
Mrs. Hugh Sparkman ; two Titusville, Florida. gilt buy a large E F
from Wauchula, arrived Wednes- on D. Pacignana, shoemaker and repairer. each. I hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will

.., day for a few weeks' visit with her The Four Pickerts Ladies' wash belts with pearl buckles bum any fuel or rubbish such as can be #
ToNightThe
1, mother, Mrs. Kate Myers. If you want to see something unusuallyfine 59 cents and 75 cents each. picked up in orange groves. Just the ,

'.' Mrs. M. L. Wetmore returned home above company played The In- in the line of pianos just wait a few An attractive collection of ladies'stock thing for irrigation. Apply or address t
and turn collars
prices
ventor to a fair sized house in the over ,
days until fresh stock arrives at Indian STAR office.
from Jacksonville she :
p opera hall last night. The play is a River Music House. To see them will Mr. A. K. Wilson
spent a couple of weeks very pleasantly Embroideries at 12% to 25 cents. of the Tribune, .1
'. with her friend,.Mrs. Webster. rather heavy one and one of the best be to buy. Just the kind of edgings and inser- Fort Pierce, called at THE STAR office

f Messrs. F. A.-Morgan and F.H. Boye ever put on the boards here. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathers spent tions for trimming dresses and un yesterday on his return from a week !

J are busy appraising the right-of-way of Tonight the Pickerts will play The from Saturday until Monday with Mr. : derwear. Fine variety of patterns. spent at the state fair in Tampa. He $ j

r.. the F. E. C. railway in Brevard county, Flower of the Ranch, scene laid in the M's. father Mr. J. R. Mathers, of Eau of Mail the above orders promptly filled on any was accompanied ,by his niece, Miss '
goods.
i:' .which requires personal inspection of west one of their best. Gallie, being called there on account of I Juuus KLINE Titusville. Edith Curry who will be a typo in the "-
I;. the'land. the illness of the latter's son. Tribune office.

:. Mr.C. B.Kingman was taken suddenly Mr. Geo. Swindle, of Valdosta Ga., Entertainment a Great Success Mr. Henry LeCIair. a French chef of

: ill Saturday afternoon, but the attack purchased a few days ago the Stewart The and entertainment 21 years' experience, has been engagedby
f was not of a serious nature and we were cottage in North Titusville, recently supper giv- Manager F. A. Losley,of the Alpine
pleased to see him about as usual the vacated by Mr. Baggett, from Mr. Os- en jointly by the members of theLadies' hotel, and has been here about two

t next day. car A. Stewart, who will occupy it as a Guild of St. Gabriels church, weeks. Mr. LeClair was formerly con-
winter home. the Eastern Star and the Masonic order nected with Restaurant De Lyon, Rue
i Mr. L. C. Oliver, of Jacksonville, expected -
L held in the Masonic hall Wed- St. Antoine Paris, and was for several
to leave ,Monday' for Sanford Candidates
Daytona and Titnsville in a Ford auto- Coming Out nesday night, was a decided success, years with Sherry's famous restaurant,
7 Candidates in Brevard before theM the in New York. The Alpine makes
\ mobile and will probably 'arrive here in gross receipts amounting to over aspec-
-:,:- a day or so. k y 19th primary are coming to the $98.00, which after deducting for a alty of serving meals at all hours ands '
front. We have the equipped to serve meals a la carte
-.r. Mr. Will of Jacksonville following an- few incidental expenses, will be
Black arrived '
with
all the
delicacies of
<.t' in town Saturday morning on his nouncements for county office in THE ,equally divided among the three or- command.Mrs. the season at ,

;':-. way to City Point, where his mother STAR this week: ganizations.

t was very ill. On account of the night A.A. Stewart for clerk of the circuit Unfavorable weather necessitated C. B. Kingman. entertained the 1

: trains not stopping at City Point he stopped court.J. ;the supper being served in the hall. Progressive Culture clubTuesday.after-
R. Walker for school superin- noon in a most charming manner. In a
off here and took the 1:12 p. m. train ;The attractions were a candy booth. "
tendent.J. contest entitled "A Musical Romance,
.; south.- P. Brown for sheriff. cake table valentine booth, fancy Mrs. H.G. Utley won first prize,a beau- t

One of the 3-room tenement houses W. H. Hall for assessor.J. work table, etc., and the leading tiful hand made, lace trimmed handkerchief

: near the big saw mill of the Titusville 5 F. Wooten for treasurer.P. feature of the affair was the two- while the consolation prize, a dainty -

Lumber Co. was burned Monday, caused : H. Wright for tax collector.W. faced dance, participated in by four! little china bon bon dish, fell to Mrs. t
if by putting wood into the stove that S. Norwood for registrationofficer. I
Jas. Pritchard. Mrs. Rathbun favoredthe
in and
couples fancy costume
.: was too long .(projecting outside the Announcements on page 4. young
wearing two-faced masks who danc- assembly with two splendid recitations -
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door and off to work
going
) occupants .
,; eating the house. Special-Saturday and all next I ed the lanciers, Virginia reel, a cake Mrs. Salt sang two beautiful
LILLIAN PICKERT week at Heath's Popular Price Grocery -' walk and a Paul Jones Excellent songs and Mrs. W. T. Mathers and Miss : '.
r Mrs. L. A. Brady expects her uncle, : Arbuckle's coffee 18c., lard Daisy Brady furnished music on the
,;" Mr. A. W. Otis, and wife, of Boston Tomorrow afternoon at matinee 10c., good white bacon lie. per lb., music was furnished during the eve- piano, all of which was much enjoyed. 4 '

Mass., to arrive tomorrow and stop over Little Red Riding Hood. The play fine Georgia syrup 60c. per gallon. ning by the Titusville orchestra.The Delicious refreshments were served and 1

; for a several days' visit with her on for Saturday night will be announced candy booth, presided over by altogether it was a very delightful af

their way down the east coast. They tonight.All Great Shooting EventA Miss Daisy Brady, took in $14.25 for fair.
r are now in St. Augustine where they the plays specialties, music, grand shooting exhibition with rifle all home-made candies. --- --

arrived the early part of the week. etc., presented by this company this and shot gun will be given by Winchester The valentine booth in charge of Will Advertise TitusvilleMr.
: and
season are entirely new up-to- the
comprising following
experts renowned -
: :., Dean Robottom delivered a very interesting date. shots, at the grounds of the Ti- Miss Laura Baily and a corps of assistants J. H. Foss ex-deputy commis- f

lecture in the opera house last tusville base ball lot, on Tuesday next, did a rushing business and sioner of agriculture of the U. S., was i "
Friday night on Joan of Arc. Thedean A Box of MonkeysOn Feb. 18, at 230p. m: Ad.Topperwein, I I the entire shown around the town this week by our
: tvas,kept busy eveningover -
the rifle shot who has broken
; is a forceful speaker and this lecturewas Thursday night, Feb. 20th home peerless enterprising townsman Dr. J.S. Daniel.
the world's record twelve times; Mrs. 800 valentines being disposed of. J I
greatly enjoyed. The proceeds of talent will give an entertainment in the I Topperwein the world's champion lady Each purchaser was entitled to a'' Mr. Foss was here in the interest of col-
i over 15.00 were turned over to the V. Titusville Opera House, presenting the shot with both shotgun and rifle; J. M. onizing his vast territory in sunny Florida -
I. A. On Saturday the dean addressed following program: Hawkins the unparalleled shotgun expert ticket in the teddy bear drawing. aggregating nearly 20,000 acres,

the Progressive Culture club on The Piano solo. who has broken 100 straight tar- Teddy was won by Master Frank one grant of several thousand lies near
61 times and holds the world's
Piano duet.A gets Battle. and north of Titusville of which he
Moors In rec-I secured -
Spain.FURNITURE ord of 128 straight from the -
-- Vocal farce solo.entitled A Box of Monkeys. I mark. Miss Helen Miller and Mrs. W. H. a chart from our surveyor Mr. ,

DRY GOODS, SHOES Short sketch entitled A Hot Massage Everybody is invited whether a shooter -,I Hall served at the cake table. Avery I II I Fries. Mr. Foss is the author of the ; } _

f Shetland floss, Germantown Saxony Piano solo.Dancing I Admission or not. free.Come and bring your friends. 1: fine cake was disposed of and I i book, A Gentleman from Everywhere,
f Gas mantle and chimneys lamps (for all). I Mr. W. M. Prindle "took" the!' many pf the scenes of which are laid in
Art squares, carpets rugs mattings Tickets will be on sale at W. S. Bran- ':, i fair Florida and a lecturer of great note. :
Men's'Clothing
New line back combs, inlaid plain ning's clothing store i Fine Monday Offerings of cake on No. 68. i|' Y
Mr. Foss left for Bradford and Clay
Transparent post card envelopes Reserved scats, 50 cents. I The flower table was in charge of.
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"If you can't find it, try" General Admission 25 cents. | counties Thursday morning looking after A
Time is This is the time
', 4 --- money. ; Mrs. Harry'Vilson. I II I his landed interests in that part of the j
CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34
and the is in the reductionswe ,
money Mrs. M. M. Bail had charge of
Walden, the Magician I ; state. Mr. Foss expressed himself as .
have made in all broken lines of
Church Notes The attraction at the Titusville Opera overcoats and suits. the display of fancy work. delighted with our little town and prom-

Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun- house next week will be Walden The man who wants to brightenup The supper consisted of oysters, ised Dr. Daniel that through his extend I -

day, Feb. 16th, at LaGrange at 11 a. m. the magician who will appear Wed- his wardrobe can do it now at very served to order coffee and sandwiches ed series of lectures in the north and

and at Titusville at 7 p. m. nesday night Feb. 19th. little cost. Stylish splendidly madeA. cake and ice cream. northwest this spring and summer that ,f

There will be service and sermon in The Palatka Herald says: "Thougha B.Kirschbaum suits and overcoatsin I.I The affair was superintended by he would give Titusville prominent not
St. Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun- young man, Mr. Walden is one of these reduced price groups: ice both in his lectures and brochures.
day, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p. m. the finest magicians in the country Black oxford and fancy mixed i Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, who worked Of the latter he will issue several thou- << "!
Dean Robottom will officiate on Sunday ,and never fails to please." overcoats at $$8 to$15.00. All were like a Trojan and deserves great sand The Colonization of Florida. 1"I
Feb. 16, in Melbourne at 11 a. m. i The Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal: much more. :credit for the success of the affair. on .j
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and in Eau Gallie at 7:30 p. m. "One of the features at the Valley Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots i I Space will not permit a persohal Wood For Sale !
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theatre this week is Walden the magician black thibets and unfinished worstedsat
Photograph Gallery who has just returned from a $10.00 to $16.50. '; mention of all those who took an ac- Pine or oak any length. Also plowing 1 Jt

: Go to Faust, the photographer, on tour of the south. His act is mysti- Men's fancy and white vests, of the tive part for it was a case of many and harrowing. See or address J. l. ;)
hands make light work and also
Julia street, for artistic photos. All fying and popular." I ngular1.50 to $6.00 grades,now at ert a force that commands ex- W. Jamison Titusville, Fla. : "t,
work first class and promptly attendedto. Reserved seats 50 cents; on sale at $3.49 each. t success.
Crayon, pastel water colors and Branning's Clothing Store; general Juuus KLINE WantedOne 1
;, oil paintings a specialty. admission 35 cents; children 25 cents. Titusville Fla. Draying hundred laying hens small sized t if
z IJ ----- -- -- i 1 Draying hauling of all kinds promptly broilers eggs, country produce, fish and .t
J The Alpine Hotel Standard Sewing MachineThe A cool drink at a cool place at attended to. Meet all trains.H. game, at Palmhurst hotel Titusville. ; }. .J.,
MANDY'S. E. HOLTON. -.- ,
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
best and lightest running on the
Titusville, fla. For Sale Cheap For Cash 1
On the European plan-furn- "t t
ager. market, does both chain and lock stitch
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: ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- on the same machine. Can be furnished I Orange and Grapefruit Trees For Sale About 88 acres of good high land on tithe :

\ trally located. with either rotary vibrating shuttle. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high east or ocean side of the Indian river !
-J Spot cash prices or easy installment ;hickory hammock. Free from whiteI 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at at the Narrows described as follows: i
Nursery Stock for Sale terms or rented. I One to two old buds. $5.00 per pair if taken at 2 months old, Lot No. 3, section 3.5. also lot No. 3, sec- J
fly.
INDIAN RIVER Music HOUSE year year now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39 '
Citrus stock grown on high pine Titusville, Fla. Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in east. This land is unimproved but fine- :. ,.
land. Indian River Nurseries, established packed and delivered at Oak Hill 1 fine condition. AddressE. For further particulars address '
1886. Send for catalogue. A cool drink at a cool place at station. J. W. GRIFFIS, B. ARNOLD. E. M. Low .; "

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t I -{ --Tarpon Springs i Hard Hit. territory. It then became a fight to From Savannah in an Auto. I and the party claims the honor of being 'ng less than a serious lost.

j Times from -]
I': A special to the Tampa city from Savannah, Ralph Owen be- his offices in Ocala will not :be etirely .
impossible for the men with their siid heavy beds of sand intervening
: Tarpon Springs dated Wednesdav !r.p the first The ladies of the party closed, and he will perhaps 3iak

' i I .-avs: rude apparatus to get ngnt up to the between Savannah and this city, Mr. are the first of their sex to make this cs as many as semi-weekly visitation ,

A. fire which did $100,000 worth of fie and fight It. and Mrs C. F. Reed. )Ir. and Mrs. Ed- tiip and they are quite proud of their He is very much in love with Ocala

r carnage raged here last night for five At 4 o'clock the fire had spent Itself wn Clute, of Schenectady N. Y., passed experience and the distinction.The irui finds that his business interests

";; .. :ours. Practically all of the business and the danger was at an end. Then I in their automobile! and arrived party are at the St. George Hotel require his removal to the metropolis j

I.: ',"" -. .Action of the city was destroyed. Fourteen a was seen that a great portion of th; here Saturday week without mishap for a stay of- some time.

I ;' '. store buildings and their contents !cslness part of the town had been The machine in which the trip was Neglected Cold Threaten Life

; the: A. C. L. depot the Universal reduced to ashes.At made is a 40 h. p. White steamer S. A. Rawls to Leave Ocala. [From the chicago: Tribune

'+ church and the residences of M. Z. the depot the coach used on tha owned by Mr. Clute. He shipped it : 'Don't trifle with a c-M' n dadvice fur I
(Ocala Banner.
;: Turner and J. II. Smith. rassenger train operated between St : from his home to Savannah and the I ) prudent men and women. It may lie violin

> ... The only thing that saved the re- i t'ttorsburg and this city was burned. Title party of daring travellers then I It is a matter of supreme regret for the n.oe..r a child. Proper food good ventilation

-- '.! : Aiainder of th! town from destruction As a matter of course, the people abandoned their Pullman quarters to us- to learn that Mr. Samuel A. taw and dry. warm clothing! ; are the prop

+ : re much excited and "blue I ersafegusrdeagainst roM. If they are main, .
:,. were some stone buildings whicn pretty continue the journey by auto. They contemplates moving to Jacks nvi.i' tamed through the changenllxrather
of
L '< blocked the way of the fire and the :w>day but the general spirit teems :o :>ft Savannah on January :21 at noon : \ fry soon and giving up his home here tumn winter and spring thf chance of a IUr-au

: -ftorts a: the bucket brigade, which be to replace the structures as soon as sid arrived here on the 2th: ax 3 I I Ocala owes much to him. He has prk. from oiduury rnlds wi' V slight. Bat

orlied manfully to block the advanc* c!>e Insurance adjustments can b* a clock, covering a distance of 23 I : iH-en active and progressive and t>!no. the ordin.\ y light cold will b-".-orae severe if
I II neglect 1. RIND a wrllfAtaVlith,..i.
I ripe cold
carrie 15
of the
imde. Most owners
rg flanea.: : miles. While they encountered a di coming here has caused several bus. t<> the germs of dipt hem w ba d. ney b to the ,

: The fie broke out at 11:20 o'clock jome insurance. I ersty! of roads or no roads and drove -ess enterprises to locate with us. anrs t'toe. Th Irt"at.it iu-ii c.- to bUd life at thi 4

..' The origin of the fire is unknown.If season of the year it the nezhrtwl coW'
:n a room at the rear of a Greek restaurant through streams hub deep their machine been instrumental In causing set it hethfi it m a child or adult. the mid slight

; The business houses along I did not break down and they suffered .la! families to build homes here oraeaere. the very ht-t-t treatment that can be
you haven't time to exercise regularly.Dean's adopted ChamlxrUm's; (;o,, h remt-dy It i
_" Safford avenue were Involved In a no personal discomfort of anv Mr. Rawls has given 1
Rczulets will prevent constipation. a willing ban:! is i&fia idRurr. The great {-'pulanty and

: venr short time, and before the volunteer They induce a mild easy action of the bowels consequence. About one hundred mne'$1 t > every movement that had; for it.obteet sale of this preparation h:." hero attained by
action the I cf the road they travellel had its rt"markabl. cure of this ai'ment, A coM
could get in the
firemen
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; I without gnping. Askyonrdruggistf.rthem.' upbuilding of our city, 3n.! I never result in pneumonia when it M (tiTea.
.=. lames had pread over a considerable 25c. efore been covered by an automobile his removal can be regarded as noth- I For sale by Titusville Pbarmary and all drug. l'

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:,_"o._',Wants Dredging Donee Gussts in ,White Springs Had a Very Nursing Mothers anaOTerbuidened

r -.: .;Miami- Fens of Wednesday, : Narrow Escape.A Women 'R 'R 'R 'R 'Rv'R

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'. dispatch' to the Times-Union fron. In all stations of life,.whose vigor and

; irep !active.business meniCJt vitality may have been undermined and
". White Springs says:
; ,xto, 4Ft. Lauderdale yesterdayeither broken-down by over-work, exacting
'. ": 'lsleiing y [ by train or automobile The Hamilton hotel, together with social duties, the too frequent bearing of \ THE MAPES =

mss.e several cottages ana outhouses adjoin- children, or other causes, will find in Dr.

,:3' *iu,.meet tz Gov. Broward.. who reached irg the hotel, were destroyed by fire Pierce's Favorite Prescription the most 1
W|>tht! .place on 'Monday. potent, invigorating restorative strength-
The fire rib
was
l :JTte early Friday night. giver ever devised for their special bene' I
delegation from
'r.J' this cltY'lnclud. covered at 8:30 o'clock and before as- fit. Nursing others 'WI .find U especial FERTILIZERSa
; ; areel representatives from tlW Board of Eislance could be called the entire ly valuable i sustainIng >hclr strengthand
v 'Trade the promoting\n a undant nqnrishment
; Merchants
Association
.;1. ... .andleading ;ldlng was wrapped in. flames anI for the child. Kxpfectanl Motors too N
I citizens. V 9:SO o'clock was completely de- will find it a pricclessSc>i.WpXD! re the Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see I '

! S :: ?' Arrivals at" Lauderdale the party royed. the system ordeal for baby's comparatively coming and painless.rcbdc! ".u ng J D from the reports there made what good results A # ;

I ... :was immediately presented to GovBroward. :The house was filled with guests, 'A an state, or condition were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this
< o the .m\le nltem.lUte. year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It '
k.. contains -
r I" J. who received them very ) ....
I and several of them had a very narrow nrtvooST eak women who lots of valuadle information. Apply to ) ,
courteously.. escape from death, eight having suffer from frequent headaches, back-
: :b T, V.i; Moore ache, dramng- owD distress low downin D E. L.
> president of_the! board been overcome by heat and smoke'anI the abdomen, or from painful or irregular Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville

!. or trade, and cn behalf of. the city of r-4a to be carried from the burnin monthly periods, gnawing or distressed -- Jos. Paxton, Rockledge \ f
sensation in stomach dizzy or k
Miami, presented the of this .
request : te1. 4t
faint spells see imaginary specks or spots J. M. Sanders, Cocoa
section of the county for a dredge :.s Citizens gathered on the scene and floating before eyes, have disagreeable, "
pelvic catarrhal drain anteversion A. T. Patillo Osteen s.
prolapsus -
open out the head of the :Miami river worked hard to save what furniture ,

-- which was the object of the visit of they; could, but very little was taken meats of or womanly retro-version organs or from other weakness S. Bergmann, Merritt t '

the of parts will, whether they experience
:delegation. from the building many or only a few of the above symptoms or to J. R. TYSEN Jacksonville 1 .
Gov.. Broward was formally presented Every physicIan in the town wa find relief and permanent cure by a ,

'' .,'<. ,-< 'by. Senator Hudson.. I filled to the scene to render' medical !i using Dr. Pierce's faithfully Favorite and Prescription fairly persistently

The governor spoke briefly on they I attention to those overcome by smoke This world-famed specific for woman's

question cf drainage, explaining what The estimated loss will be between weaknesses pure glyceric and extract peculiar of the ailments choicest is na-a .

fI:. ': had been accomplished and inviting fSO.OOO and $100,000 tive, medicinal roots without a drop of
alcohol 1 in its All its Ingredi-
tie gentlemen present to accompany The Hamilton: hotel was the largestIn make-np.
.f ents printed in plain English on its bottle-

iJi.#.n him to the dredges which were at White Springs and was very popular wrapper and attested under oath. Dr. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL i
Pierce thus invites the fullest investigation
Work at the with the boia -
; :. end of the canals west of traveling public of his formula knowing that it will
:- -:; : Ft. Lauderdale. He responded to theF during the winter and summer months. be found'to contain only the best agents
known to the most advanced medical TIME CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7. 1908
request for a dredge for Miami river The destruction of this hotel will bo science of all the different schools of practice '

by :saying that the drainage of thai f. great loss to White Springs. Th. for the cure of woman's peculiar No. 99 No. 33No. 29'STATIONS.' No. 78,f o. 74.No. 95
weaknesses and ailments.If Dally | Daily | Daily | I Dally I Dally | DtUiy
:: defective e'ectric
section fire caused by a
his was
was a part of general plan,
you want to know more about the 800 pm 1000 am 700 am820am Lv..Jackscnville..Ar' 180 pm 140 pm 880 am
3. and that as soon as a dredge could b'1fi' I light wire from the hotel plant. composition and professional endorsement 910 pm 1100am1168am Ar..........M, Augustine...........LT 620 pm 640pm 7 IS am
... of "Favorite Prescription,"send 1015 pm 928 am LT..._.....East ralatka..Lv 613 pm 545 pm 111 am
._ secured it would be put to work at' postal card request to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 1152pm 125 pm ..'......' Ar..llotelOrmond..Lv _.... 405 pm .......... i
3202 Ilea LT_..,....., .Urmond _..:.-L" 122 355 412
f Candidates For CongressHon. am 135pm145pm am pm pm am
the point desired by the delegation. Buffalo. N. Y., for his free booklet treating 1214 am 1117 am LT............Dayton............LT 307 pm 344pm317pm 419 am
:; Among the distinguished and interested Dannett H. Mass: of Monticello. of same. 1255 am 222 pm 12 0n'n LT...........Ixew Smyrna...........LTLT 280 pm 145 am
You can't afford to accept as a substitute 153 am 317 pm 112 pm LT.............TltusTil'e! ............ 112pmU27 213 pm 210 am
visitors present was John N. C. four years ago a candidate for govern for this J'Pmedy.kn"cn aim position 239am612am 355. cm 200 pm LT............Rock led sre............Lr. : pm 137 pm 145 am
a secret nostrum of unknown ocrnpoiri- 236 pm LT............EauGali'e............LT 1154 am __
._ Stockton; candidate for governor, who, cr of Florida has entered the race for Uon. Don't do it. 247 pm LT.......__.Melbonrnc...........LT II 44 am _
t- when Third 600 pm 450 pm LT..........FortPi:!rce.............LT 1000 am 1133 pm 1114 pm
called made from the congressional
upon a few interesting Congress
very 715 am 765 pm 655 pm \r..Wet Palm Bc ech..Lv 7 40 am 945am937am 900 pm
'-i :." remarks. restrict, making a total of five candidates 725 am 803 pm 705 pm 'r..Royall'olnchw..Lv 730 am 850 pm
735 am 812 pm 715 pm LT' ............Ureaters.............LT 725 am 932am a45 pm i
Among the other speakers were J.TV. for the seat now occupied by The Most I'ahtabU Sd of Yacht cad Soft.Building 1015 am 1025 pm 1010 pm Ar......,.......Miami.............Lv 430 am 715 am 600 pn l
t Books ever Ptttluked .......... .......... 630 am800am LT*. ... .......aliauL.............\r .......... .....?... 330 pm
.' .- Watson, F. H. Wharton mayor of Gen. W. B. Lamar who has become .......... .......... Ar.... ......1Iomesteed..Lv .......... .......... 1330pmPALATKA
.;'. : 'Miami; .C. M. Brown and R. F. Daniel. e candidate for the United States Senate RUDDER e Doily except I't'.y:,- !. 1

r the speaking, the party toot to succeed Senator Mallory d,> HOW-TO BOOKSOver BRAriCII .

.J".Aft' launches and visited the dredge ceased. Two months ago there were Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive I Leave I PALATKA TO Arrive
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)oco boats have been built from the dm TO PALATKA PaUtka Pal.tha EAST PALATKA
which are at work cutting canals Intended only two aspirants for .the office: printed in these books-Successfully sailed hi Palatka620am .. F-Palatk==

every clime and upon every sea-Full detail .. ...... ...... .....,
tl, drain General Lamar, and J. Walter Kohoe 45 Dally .S 40 am 54i am No. 47 Daily 606 am
to a portion of the Ever. drawing of an parts: showing what it is and 8O am ........>o. 48 Daily....... 640am 90> s:... .......No. 49 Daily......: 920 am
\:); Blades. me present state's attorney, but with how to nuke it-Text extremely simple. 935am ;.....>o.b0 Daily........ 9 So am 1131 emSCO ......No. M D.lly..l150am
;' -', 1206 pm .....:,..No.>3 Daily..122s I'm I'm ........No. 63 Daily.....:. 320 pm r
: Here there much the withdrawal of Mr. Lamar to enter HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 ....... .......
was interest man- 415 pm ........So.' 54 Dally....... 435 pmI1.'j pm \o. 55 Daily 60S pm
"'i. W foot mm ntho..t lark;",7 to build,fnBM_ >n h at 650pm1015pm ........>o. 56 Daily...... 610pm1035pm 940 pm .....?.No. 57 Dally......1000 pm
ifetted by the visitors, very few oft the senatorial race others began announcing nrep,; food nun]boat(or*k./to lean 15. imm I.. .......No 58 Daily .....?.. 10 ;0 pro ........No. R9 DailT...... 1100 pm
; '. whom had had the opportunity to vis- and now the list contains in HOW TO BUILD SKIPJACKA
flu* boat far aftmow uding er kxx-tlnr about b SAN MATEO BRANCH
,; 1: the scene of active work. addition<< to Mr. Kehoe, Judge Charles ,balr.t. IU hn.w tall p aa*ta4 pulair M completed boats Leave EAST PALATKA i ArriveS Leave SAN MATEO TO Arrive

Gov. Broward was active in explaining H. Lanly,of Pensacola, Hon. Jefferson HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP Palatka East TO SAN MATEO i Matee460am n M San to455am EAST PALATKA Palatka East

'' the design of the work and many Stephens of Marianna. Hon. J. F. C. Sled in siHTrnufnl.A.ee. ,.LIa rwunr and nurfcrn AU4rali* mr; cozy designed t 0 build; a I yrtewumrr ear 430am .......No. 45 I> ........No. 46 Dally........ UI am

::;. new ideas were gained i as to the scope Griggs of Apalachicola, and Hon.Dan- ko wa vith.HOW 325 pm ........1'io.63' 1IlIy.I: 34:> pm 350 am ........No. 64 Daily........ 410 am
TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCHSimple 1tOS pm ....,...r\o.59 .:1125, : pm 11%) im ........r\o.60 DgllTNo. ,150pNom .
-': and practicability of the drainage rett H. Mays of Monticello. The contest and prartx-tl..howme how t*emitroct k Land
F: halllvf aM rata sal_01'. Several otter pUaa. .21 Xo.19 MAYPORT No. 18 No.20 1'0.22
.scheme. therefore promises to be Interesting
an Son. San.Only.
HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA gr.o.n BRANCH onYy
Only Daily Daily730am Daily200pm
After the trip up the river the par. one, especially as there Is a fine ail ..-mj mi-atf bat; good cabin nnllnr --
tailer, wit.biv luc kWir wat n. 1010am1060am 600 800am ... Jacltonvllle..Ar
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ty started for home all of the probability of another strong candidate pm ,, ... 100pm 600pm ; j
delega I HOW TO BUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA 240pm 640 pm 840amLvPablo Beach ..LT 650am 1219pm 419pm
lion much pleased with what entering within the next two ..Mdmf boot,win aedente overhangs.al 249 pm 1056am 646 pm 8 46 am :Lv. ..Atlanticlieaeh..Ly 644am 1213pm 413pm
had been obsade:75l.a.
nau 300 pm 1110am 700 pm 9plamlAr...... Marpor*.. ....,1.T 630am 1200n'n 400pm
:; teen and learned during the day. "eek; TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
No. 3Daily No I No.2
No.4
Orange Cltjr Branch No. 11Daily No. 12
Easy to bolderr.tbmg.tnighe;jtnt th O eon for a bo] Daily Dally Daily Sanford Brtnch 4
'. Medicine I 8100 Reward 8toO.I to begim.1& ;naLe built wj cheaply. ,ertaw iloop steal rig I Dally
That is Medicine HOW TO BUILD a MODEL YACHT 315pm400pm 930am LT.New Smyrna Ar. 100 pmLT. 630pm 630am LvTItn.ovUleAr. 100 pm
I The'readers of this paper will be pleased I I -A rompMe- dnmptioii; of BOW to Meld,a model,aJao Us 1100am .Lake Helen LT. 1216 pm 501 pm 930am Ar. Sanford LT. 1000 pm i
UI bare suffered good deal with malaria I to learn that theretsat least one dreadful X skiff used IB sad*;aetds. 411 pm 1120am LT.Orange City Lv.1206 pm 4 40 pm .......... ...._......_\_
disease that science has been able in 415pm 1130am Ar. Orange City Jc and stomach complaints, bat I have now found to cure "'! !
all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca- PRICE $1. EACH PEXIN8CI.AR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COVNECTIO AT MIAMI
that
remedy and
keeps
,; a me well that remedy)
tarrh Cure the
is only knownto .
positive cure
rx -. .Electric Bitters;a medicine that is medicine the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a PREPAID T tXPRCSS ANTWMCMC Close Connections Made at Miami With Steamships the P. & 0. S.S. Co. for 'f

for stomach and liver troubles, acd for ran constitutional disease, requires a constitutional 9 Bound by u in inches cloth-Gold.-Larce,c lettering ry-Jrawn-Sue plans.of peg* NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST ajThes

down conditions,"says W. C.Kiestler,of Hal- taken treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is TIME TABLES show the time at which trains may be expected t. atrrlT f
internally acting directly upon the THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. .and d.part from the ieTer l station but their arrival .
0,, l day, Ark. Electrie Bitters purify the blood, blood and ; departure at the time
; surfaces of the
mucous
system, 0 MUMNAT STRICT New YOUR u. S. A stated Is not guaranteed,nor does the Company held Itself responsible for any delayor
tone np the nerves and impart vigor and energy thereby destroying the foundation of the disease any C'fn" qiinfe arl lng th.",rrom. _
to the weak. Your money will be refunded and giving the patient strength in Sfd poiial far Catalogue of Books for
If building the constitution and assisting va htsman's For Copy of the Local Time Card or Othe..lorerwnatloa
up
if it fails to help yon. SOc. at Banner .HEE THE TICKET AGENT,"
nature in doing its work. The
proprietors J.D. RAHNER Assistant General Pass. Art. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
: Drag Store. have so much faith in its curative powers ,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any Library.5SEEDS

case that it fails to cure. S>end for list of tes ---
Large Shipment of Cotton timonials.Address.

The largest shipment of cotton ever F. J. CHENEY &. CO. Toledo, O. mr Forfresh-
4 Sold by Druggists, 75v. m. nesspntityandreliaMUtyF.hy'sS..da- \
i.:' to leave this port in any one single Hall's Family Pills are the het.Porter' : .
.
ia class br them
arc a
& c&y, and one of the largest ever to go selves. Fanners A itch in lime nine.
Way. bavecoafidence .$ ,saves
out from a gulf port, was sent out '' n
Sixteen monster battleships In conscious In them because
I Tuesday to Havre and Bremen on the glory steaming s they be know relied they Save many a sick .spell
Down front Rio to the south and northto can up-
f British steamships August Belmont '; en. ntcpcn- Ihe child
Frisco I:aj- r. meat with cheap by giving
t. and Masconomo. The shipment con A Ijht to s'lr the patriot. to set the seeds-yonrsuro

: slsted of 24,930: bales, which had a total W'atch"r dreaming ? i 1 L's-'!" ty lies in buying BALLARD'SHOREHOUNDSYRUP
Of Porter In the K sex when he sailed r d.uentoutby .
ft valuation of $1,456,693, and swelled the selfsame waj.: \ a conscientious
X11" ., and trustworthy
the cotton exports and valuation >I ( Jiovse.
Porter tad a frigate to sweep the broad Seed Amraalfor
L goods sent export from Pensacola dur P.ICUIC- Ferry 1 8 M FREE. Address ,

f' lug the month of January to big pru Half fart tide ws were hostile foes In every a H.Fun M',onMff...... EVERY MOTHER ,

.
.."-- portions. The August! Belmont cs r- Porter and his rn didn't think the task 60 YEARS' should keep supplied with Ballard's Horehound Syrup if she :

led out to Antwerp a total of 12,0-V; uriltioDidn't wishes to save her children rn heriou hick spelN. It contains l? :
EXPERIENCE ;
thin the jot was work. It-.
t Just a
.
.
.. talesibile.. the Masconomo has a ca* bit of sai'ors"! sport. absolutely nothing injurious, docs not constipate. Good ,
for children as> well as adults.A .
,: go of 12,900 bales. Some exceptionally So Porter und the Fssex did a Job as cough: often leads: to consumption and should be checked .

ly fast work in storing cotton was t!.oous'iA immediately. : .
e any ocean rover from the ,
Magellan to
l.: dine In loading the cargo on the lazier line

;; vessel. She entered port on January Of all the feets of whalers. not a keel A Household Necessity. ; I:
dare plow n fnrroTv
:
t. 21, and no work was done on he" Of privateers and cruisers they didn't TRADE DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS MARKS J. C. Smith, Hon ton, Texas, writes: **I have used ;

Sunday. She was ready for sea Mon leave a sign. Ac. Ballard's Horefcouml Syrup in my family for the past 1 i

L total of six Anyone sending a kerh and descrntlnn ma.quickly few years, and find it far superior to any other cou h t :
day night, making a dayito Porter and the Essex ruled the broad ascertain our opinion free whether ac medicine hnvo tried. Kv-ry household should' it
tict: invention is p-otitblr putenUble. CommnnlcntionsrtnctlyconUdential. t 1
Pacific -
.
; store over 12.000 bales of the fleecy spaces. Handbook on Patents supplied with this worthy rjuitu/." I .;
With his crew of Yankee sailors and his
,. .. .staple, which in itself, is believed to fl->j? of s-iilors rights pent Patents free. Oldest taken trough Mnnn securing A Co.patents.receive t The of Children.C
i iCURES
tfrnoL wit boat charge, in the Delight "'!
notice
i1; ta: a. record in giving dispatch to a From :Magellan: to the line. Valparaiso to
MarquesasTill .
: Pensacola Journal. Scientific lIm ritan.A COLDS WHOOPING: :
cotton vessel- he lost the storm smashed Essex in COUGHS jl
the bloodiest of fights. bandaoraelr Qlaxtntrd weekir. T.ircst etc.cuIetrn SORE THROAT BRONCHITIS : a j{
of any cienunc Journal. Terms|3 aymir AND ALL LUNG TROCBLES.
!f, ,. A violin which is to be the property To the same serene Pacific the battleshipsare : four months IL Sold by.II newylealers. ,; t ,tf

of' King Edward of England has just going. MUNN & CO.381 BroadwaJ, New York PRICE 25c, SOc, and $1.00 I -;,
Into friendly waters peaceful In their Branch Office. 3S F St.Washington t>.C. (/.
teen completed by Archibald Mcln might. AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. t..

s tcsh, a violin maker in Brookville, But ready, quick and ready. should any .
foe be showing KILL THE COUCH
Mass. The Instrument Is made of Like Porter In the Essex to clean ev- fi

curly maple. erything In sight. AND CURE THE LUNGS ,. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. :
-\\ex Jones In New York American. !,

A Stitch in Time I .500-502 North Second Street, a ;y;, i-:- }
Even From
the MountainsCanard's WITH Dr. King'sNew

b will NEve nine. So will a bottle of Ballard's I
Snow Liniment is praised for the ST. LOUIS MO. :f ;
i Horehound Syrup always kept on hand save good it does. Asurecurefnrrheamatismand ,.,

.. many'a spell of sickness. A sure cure for all pains.. Wright W. Loving, Grand Junc Discovery !j ji I t ,
;.'. coughs, colds bronchitis and whooping cough thus Colo. writes: "I used lUlIard's Snow t I '
Liniment last winter for rheumatism and can
r' SHot Springs,Ark. writes: "I keep PRICE .
Mrs. recommend it as the best liniment the i FOR COUCHS
a bottle of Ballard'Horehound Syrup in my market. I thought at the time I was taken : Tr&njfttjVrJea Sold and Recommended by

medicine chest and thank my forethought down with this trouble that it would he a I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
i week before I could get about but on applying
It has prevented many severe T1tus'V1.11e Pharn:1acy: : and: t '
many times. your liniment several times during the GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY : J
t: spells fJfsicklle85." Sold by Titusville Pharmacy I night. I was about inI honrs and well in OK MONEY REFUNDED.a .

o '. three days." Sold by Titusville Pharmacy Banner Drug Store .J

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-11:. F 4 THE FLORIDA STAR. FEBRUARY, 1908 t'.

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':'-:Si:-' s'CHE' FLORIDA. STAB OAK HILLMr. RECIPE AS REPEATEDBY "JUST LIKE HOME"

"':; ''V '" and Mrs. George L. Turton,of PURE WATER, ELECTRIC LJGIITS, MODERN PLUMBING -

='1.q.. ..:Entered" at tbepoitoffiee at Titasrille as Brooklyn, arrived Saturday and are READER'S REQUEST
;t tteond-elaM matter.SUBSCBimOK Excellent l Scrupulously
". !": the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ,'.

e.,-if.'">1d !" .. ,91.00 PER ANNUM Howes.[ Druggists) Hear Inch Praise for This Table

Mr. C. W. Shoemaker, of Minne- ,
&dwertblac Kate PamUbed <>. Clean(
P .
:.)yems ., f. : Application. sota, came Friday and will spend the Simple Home-lade Mixture Tennis :
,i. .' .
""" winter with Capt. and Mrs. E. S.
':Kill 8.Was l'ri r..tltnr.nbU.her.
1. Accommodates
\ -_ Some remarkable stories are being Pool .r
= -- Soutant at the house of refuge.
-4l.
ry -YEVY FUIDAY MORNINO told about town and among the country c :}
t.PUBLISHEP Miss Leonora Warnock with! Miss Table
:
.-. qf f Fonner Governor Jennings has announced Alice Smethurst, of St.Augustine,asher hom -made mixture curing rheuma- 100 y
% arrived at Mr. Warnock's Jlotor
that he will become a candidate guest, tism and kidney tronble. Here is the

i for a member of the National winter home at Eldora last week. recipe and directions for taking. Mix Boating Orate

Democratic Executive committee The government dredge, Florida, by shaking well in a bottle one-half I. j
j
from Florida and that he intends to Capt. Sharp, is over in the channel ounce fluid extract dandelion, one Hunting Grove

do some active work for the Democratic opposite Oak Hill now waiting for ounce compound kargon, three

wood to proceed her south. HOTEL PALMHURST
on way ounces compound sarsaparilla.Take .
:; -. nominee after the Denver con- syrup
Ex-Governor shouldbe Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Willetts and as a dose one teaspoonful after
vention. The TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
elected to this position. It is one son C. A. Willetts, Jr., of Flushing, meals and at bedtime.No ,

in National .affairs N. Y., arrived Saturday, having change need be made in your

r of:prominence spent a pleasant week at Palm Beach usual diet, but drink plenty of good. White Man Lynched.A Elaborate Banquet at Tampa

& that he can fill to good advantage to and Jupiter, and are now the guestsof water. Gainesville press dispatch under About sixty guests, comprising the

the state and for the good of his par- Mr. and Mrs. Warnock for the This mixture, writes one authorityin date of Thursday says: Jack Long, State legislators and many newspapermen

ty. winter. a leading Philadelphia paper, hasa a white man, was lynched near New- were the guests of the State fair

r i. berry, a small mining town near here, at an elaborate banquet In Tampa
The name of all dead persons, those Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester, Dr. and peculiar tonic effect upon the kid- today. Long was accused of the murder Saturday night.

convicted of crime and those who Mrs. Sturgis and Messrs. West and neys; cleansing the clogged-up pores of Elias Sapp, a prominent farmer

Whitton left Saturday for a trip ,of the eliminative tissues,forcing the Notice To Teachers
have removed from the county will and was taken from the town jail bya
south as far as Miami. They will also -:kidneys to sift and strain from the Office of of Public Instruction
be stricken from the registration list crowd of 200 men, carried to the Superintendent -
visit Rockledge and other places. blood the uric acid and other poisonous scene of the crime and there hangedto of Brevard County, Titusville, ,
in Duval provided a call is made for a rheumatism Fla., Feb. 7th, 1908.
waste matter overcoming -
themselves pleased with ,
They express a tree.Another.
The is list of booksto
following a text
and election in that
wet dry county. Oak Hill and expect to be with us bladder and urinary troublesin white ,man named Kean be used as the basis of the June ex-

: Sys Should the call be issued the registration another winter. a short while.A who was arrested In connection with amination, 1908:

list would number about New York druggist who has had the murder was spirited away: by the Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons
; Mr. Hatton Tumor has
purchasedthe
r,+ (25c), Maynard, Merrill & Co., New
:k five thousand names, and the petitionfor residence of Mr. T. B. Allen and hundreds of calls for these ingredi- police in time to prevent further vio York.

the election is claimed to have will bring Mrs.Tumor and Miss Bur- ents since the first announcementin lence. Beading-any standard author will

4 nearly two thousand five hundred field to Oak Hill this week. Theirson the newspapers last October stated Excitement in Newberry is at fever answer.Composition-Maxwell and Smith's

= names which have been checked off Mr. C.H.Tumor, with his bride, that the people who once try it heat and the citizens of the town are Writing in English (The), American
armed. It is feared that there may Book Co.
as legally registered, not countingsome is expected to arrive from England "swear by it, especially those who be further trouble and it is said that ArithmetiQ-Milne's Standard (65c),

and all will be here for have urinary and kidney trouble and American Book Co. Atlanta.
two hundred and fifty that are shortly, they another lynching is threatened. ,
suffer with rheumatism.The English Grammar-Metcalf's (60c),
the winter. This addition to Mr.
not checked off. Prohibitionists will According to the police Long's American Book Co.

appeal to the courts to mandamusthe Tumor's former residence and grove druggists this neighborhoodsay brother was killed by one of the Sapp Florida! History-Brevard and Ben-

c; makes a very desirable property. they can supply the ingredients, family, who has never been captured. nett's (60c), American Book Co. and
supervisor to also mark off all which are easily mixed at home. Fairbanks', H.&W. B. Drew Co., Jacksonville -
who have removed from Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen and Mr. This is believed to have given rise to Fla.
; ; persons one I There is said to be no better blood the trouble which culminated todayin U. S. History-Field's Grammar

f ward to another without a transfer 1 Harry Allen and Capt. Austin left on cleasing agent or system tonic known Long's death.PRIMARY School ($1)), American Book Co.

certificate as is required by the state their yacht Mallard Sunday for their and certainly none more harmless or eograp y-Redway's Natural Ad-
annual cruise down Indian river.The vanced ($1.25), American Book Co.
law. simple to use.Brevard ANNOUNCEMENTS Physiology-Coleman's Elements Of
Mallard has been enlarged and fitted
r (90c1. The MacMillan Co.. Atlanta.CivilgovernmentYocm's .
with a fine engine and made com- County School Board Civil Government -
-4.1 RegistrationBooks Will Be Open Announcements under this heading$3.00,
of Florida
I plete in way.Ve wish thema published until the first primary with an exception and the United States
THE STAR has received an inquiry every The board of public instructionmet made of f2.50 for county commissioners ($1), E. O. Painter Co., DeLand Fla.
pleasant.voyage and, though their Monday, Feb. 3rd, with full land members of the school board the fee Algebra-Milne'sHighSchoolI),The
as to whether or not the county reg- home is no longer here, hope to see board to be paid in advance. MacMillan Co., Atlanta.

istration books will be present. Physical Geography-Tarr's New ($1))
: open previousto them in the spring.In .
The minutes of the last meetingwere NoticeTo The MacMillan Co., Atlanta

the holding of the coming Democratic read and approved. the Voters of Brevard County. Theory and Practice-For all grades
the Roped Arena Classroom Management by Bagley
primary. In reply we quote Treasurer's report for Jan. was Thanking you for past favors again ($1.25), The MacMillan Co., Atlanta!
from chapter 5249, relating to the The Times Democrat and Picayune, of found correct and redeemed war- beg to announce myself as a candidate
, X New Orleans La., states: 'Lanky' for re-election to the office of clerk of Ga.These boooks may be had of most
registration of voters before the Bob Fitzsimmons the champion pugilistof rants cancelled and filed. the circuit court of Brevard county sub- book dealers in the state, or from the

c holding of primary elections, as fol- the world will be given a great benefit FINANCIAL M'MMABY. ject to the action of the coming Dem- publishers by mail postpaid on receiptof
ocratic primary and would thank JOHN
you price. R. WALKER
lows: having defeated the.famous Jack Warrants outstanding last report. f 9.050.00 for ,
kindly
issued this meeting_____ 2115.07 your support.Respectfully Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Section 1. That whenever the Dempsey. The beneficiary having en- ,

gaged the most noted ring artists of the 11,166.03warrants A. A. STEWART.For .
state congressional NoticeI
or county com-
,
______
present day now before the sporting paid in Jan.- 73426
mittee of any political party, whichin The affair the Supt. Public InstructionTo will be at the following places for the))Qt.
public eye. opened upat _____
Warrants outstanding 10,43177
the last preceding election cast 40 Olympic Athletic club, where many Total cash now on hand___________ 49 51 the Voters of Brevard Cointy. pose of assessing the taxes for 19>H>, at the
time named below. I would take it
as a great
per cent of the votes cast, shall have champions have been made, others to Deficit in funds______ .________ 10,383.26 Yielding to the solicitation of many favor if all would meet me at the designated .
friends, I announce myself as a candi-
suffer defeat.
called a primary election to be held ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES date for nomination before the coming places at the time named. It will enable me

prior to the time for registration fora The first to enter the ropes and stakes County school fund. primaries.If to complete my work earlier and mere cor

being Johnny Eckhardt and Andy Bowen Teachers'salaries___________?_..tl,4 5.j.00 nominated and re-elected I shall use rectly. W. H. HALL Assessor
general election, the registration the southern champion, with great G. F. Duren janitor No. 6.___._____ 6.00 my best effort, as in the past, to promote Georgians Saturday Feb. 15th. mern tiog.

; ', books of each county shall be open applause.champion Jack of McAuliffe America, the and Billy lightweight H. E.Wakefiild, janitor No. 16____ 7.00 the interest of our whole public Provost's store.Courtenay .

in each election district for four Myers, the 'Streator Cyclone,' caused E. Vessey Hall wood No. 17______ 1.75 school system. Respectfully Tuesday. Feb. IStb, morning at
"' great excitement and loud cheers. Bob American Book Co.. books _________ :-MJ.6S JOHN R. WALKER. postoffice.
weeks for for such
registration pri-
'4_ Fitzsimmons was met with popular Ginn &Co.. h. s. books _________u 1.03 Indianola, Wednesday, Feb. IWh morning,
mary. homage as he entered the ring against IL&W B. Drew Co., h.8. books1.50 For Tax Assessor at pretoffice.MemtU .

In counties of 30,000 or more pop- Felix Vanqulin the 'Creole Giant' Eaton &Co., copy books.....___.... 9.00A. To the People of Brevanl County.I Wednesday Ftb. 19th. afternoon.
i whom he smothered with blows hittinghim
B. Vance, erasers-------- 13.35 respectfully announce myself as a at ptstomce.Eockledge.
ulation by the last census the books when and where he liked, making
: Felix a complete chopping block. Transportation of pupils__________ 215.00 candidate for re-election as county tax Thursday Feb.2u;h. tuornfee
-2= shall be closed four weeks before the "The next pair of athletes to face the Fee Stewart,supplies No.23 ____ 1490 assessor. Trusting my work has met at Lockhardt's store.

primary, and in other counties two audience Johnny Cash, the welterweight Chas. T. McBride, supplies No. 23.__ 4.10 your approval and thanking you for Cocoa Saturday. Feb. 22nd: nmaio, at
champion and Joe Fielding 'the Lanca- John R.Walker salary supt. for Jan. 75.00 your support I remain yours truly, town hall.
r, weeks before the
primary. W. H. HALL.
shire Lad, who was comparatively unknown E. B. Arnold per diem and mileage. 17.20 City Point. Monday. Feb.21th. morning lot
it Approved June 41903. in the south. It was obvious at 0.8.Singlefatu.per diem and mileage 12.20 post ftice.
that Cash not in it Fielding's NoticeTo
F The state committee met in Jacksonville a glance was in- A.J.(:barter per diem and mileage.9.SO Sbarpes Monday. Feb.24th. afternoon lot
clever left doing great damage
the Voters of Bierard
J. R.Walker frght., postg. ,etc. 4.60 County. potitoffice.Titusville.
eip.
this week to fixed the dates the first round. Johnny was thoroughly After reading the notice of John Henry
outclassed. Cocoa&Roekg.News,pub.finan.stat. 2(10 Wednesday. FeU.: 28tb. mwnfog.
for the primary elections and in accordance "The wind up of the evening: and the Gertrude btewart,"attd. teachers'as. 12.00 in ting our that last under week's no circumstances county papers, sta-he at court house.

therewith the registration decidedly cleverest bit of fighting seen Ind. Kiv. State bank. Int. for Jan.__ 19.34Brevjrd be a candidate for any office at the next Slims Thursday. }'ro.27tb.. a niBg. ttpostomce.

books will open in Brevard on April in the Crescent City for years was the Co. State bank Int. for Jan. 14.37 primary election I herewith announcemy .
four hard fought rounds between the Fee & Stewart hankers. Int to date 11 85
candidacy for the office of county LaGrange Friday. Feb. 2Mb. n*.nu,$..t
w: Champion Bob Fitzsimmcns and Joe John Henry typewrtg.mm. for pub. 2.00Corna treasurer of Brevard county. If electedto cooper shop.Nathan .

7th.Of Fielding, the the best sturdy set little to of Englishman.This the eveningby Irf Co, wood No. 16....__.__. 6W this office I promise to- give to the Tuesday, Mch. 3rd twoo.umc at ,...-
Interest to School Teachers was it the from the Julius Kline shades No. 6__________ 19.00 people of the county as good service as :.
far man cot-
gave has been
Stetson university offers free tui- tonopolis an excellent opportunity to Jas. Pritchard & Son. sup.Nos.104, 8 9.80 efficienttreasurer.given by our I trust present that and I will most.- Canaveral Wednesday Mch. lib ........

tion and room rent-up to the full show his skill and speed. In the last S. F.Travis&Co.,paint No.16______ 3.20 ceive your support. J. F. WOOTEN.For at pottomce. .
round, whether by accident or design Q. F. Duren cleaning& h. No. 101.. 1.50 Artesia, Thursday Mch. 5th, mor&wg. tt
limit of her dormitory capacity-and he struck Fitzsimmons over the left eye R. A. Conkling isolated pupila-....-. 80.00 pOfctothce.Uaulover..
M a reduction in the regular rate of and raised a bump of no small propor-- Supervisor of RegistrationTo ,
the Democratic Voters of Monday }leh.9th. morning *t
tion. Fielding when he left the ring Brevard County.
board to all Florida teachers and Total issue $2,11507 Thos. Crooks.
was met by the crowd carried shoulder 'I am a candidate for renomination by
prospective teachers who wish to taker high and heralded the little champion. The extension of time of Cocoa colored the Democracy of Brevard county for

the review course during the spring: Everyone in the club house expected to school was refused, unless the the office of supervisor of registration.If Most disfiguring skin eruptions. scrofula.
see Joe knocked out in one round. Bob, nominated I promise a continuanceof pimples rashes etc. are due to impure bfeod
term, beginning March 25th and con- after having his eye leeched was around patrons make up the salary. a faithful performance of the dutiesof Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing bfo. l
tonic.
tinuing for nine weeks. This reducesthe town with Joe introducing him to those Letter from State Supt. Holloway, the office. Soliciting- support of clear-skinned.Makes you clear-eyed. clear-brained.

entire expenses to 3500. who happened to miss the performance relative to the National Educational all in the primary,
g saying to Herman Lobe and Lehmann I am very respectfully,
Reviews will be conducted in al (wholesale clothiers) 'back this lad he association read. The superintendent W. S. NORWOOD.

of the branches required for any will win you money, he's a good un." was appointed to represent the ,Robbins & Graham Co.

grade of teachers' certificates. A board at the meeting to be held in NoticeI (
Change in Cuban Mail RouteIt Incorporated)
faculty of twenty-three instructorswill Washington, D. C., Feb. 25th, 26th, respectfully announce myself as a
conduct the work in the normal is currently buy not officially reported 27th, 1908. candidate at the next primary election Paid-Up Capital (25.000
in circles that withina for re-election as sheriff of Brevard
department. The enrollment in postal Adjourned to meet the first Mon- county. I would appreciate the earnest This company owns lands in the
short time all of the Cuban mail will. Indian
these courses has increased five hun- day in March, 1908. support of all our people. river country, on the St.
be handled via the F. E. C. Railway i Yours truly, Lucie river, at New river and on
dred and thirty-three cent duringthe I
per
going direct through from Jacksonville Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Stand- JOSEPH P. BROWN. Biscayne bay

past two years. and reaching its destination ing CuredI
i A neat little bulletin has been issued For Tax CollectorTo PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend
much quicker than by any other route. want you to know how much Chamber-I
I by the university and any one At present the bulk of Cuban mail lam's Salve has done for me. It has cured i the Voters of Brevard County:
my face of a skin disease of almost twenty;' I herewith announce my candidacy for for land list
desiring detailed information con- goes via Tampa and the West Coast years'standing. I have been treated by several the office of tax collector of Brevard OJFICIBAT .
= cerning the normal school should only that en route on sailing days from as smart physicians as we have in this county. If elected to this office I promise i
and did but
country they me no good, two
write to A. L L Suhrie, director of: this port of vessels of the P. & O. S. S. boxes of this salve has cured me.-Mrs. Fannie to give my best services to the people TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.WANTED.Second .
Griffin Troy. Ala. Chamberlain's<< Salve is and trust I will receive their .
the schools of pedagogy, DeLand Line going via the East Coast-Miami support aud'-t
the comin band Lap
for sale by Titusville Pharmacy and all deal- at burlap:
Fla. Metropolis. ers.JwitL PHILIP H. WRIGHT. any kind:any (quantity; anywhere pay
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IKGS I OF ZHBI1ITYCOMMISSIONERS lay out said road and report to the FOR BENEFIT. OF DEPOSITORSW. '. I

board at their meeting in March. -v .

: From and after this date all per- M. Brown Has Made Transfer of 1 I;

: :_ sons wishing to take out permits for All His Property.The .
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'. t;/ ,t sr'lreVardcountY commissionerss carrying repeating rifles and pistolsare Miami Metropolis of Friday CMGUIWSAYS f v

;.. 'X. ? ? at required to show good cause in fays: .
,,,,' lest the court house. in Titusville,
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: writing under oath why such permits There was filed for record in the
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:-': i'; :3,1908"at2:00p. m. 'Present; should be county clerk's office' yesterday afternoon 1
.- iR. 'A. issued and each person tak- NO ALUM' LIII
.$'1" Conkling'chairfllan.; J. M. Os ing a geed from William M. Brown
out permits for
)zr ban T. A. Robinson carrying pistols
.-"'-;' r-, and T.J. Cock- and Anna S. Brown, his wife, transferring -
.:. ;' :ahatt and J..R..Miot, with A..A.WSfeewart or repeating rifles are required to pay to J. K. :McDonald receiver of j

}, }..> ;clerk; J. P.Brown, sheriff. 50 cents into the county treasury for the Fort Dallas National Bank certain fOOD :'
each permit issued such
?.,, "* The minutes of the last meeting to person or end various real estate and shares of C

'r',), of the board were read and approved. persons to defray the expense of issu- stock in various businesses and enter ,

<' The treasurer's report was receiv- ing such permits. prises the same being for the benefitof and strictly prohibits

:: : ,ed andchecked up and paid warrants The following vouchers were approved the creditors in the Fort Dallas National the sale of alum r 0 3

.- destroyed. and warrants: ordered to be bank. The consideration of 1 4
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.: I baking powder- f !
drawn for same. the transfer is nominal no stated sum
M Reports of Justices Chas. H. Nau- i
l': GESZR&L FUND being mentioned.The So does France ;E -
. .- man,. J. M. Sanders, L. K. Myers,
"' J. XL Osban, commissioner_ property involved in the trans
and county $ 800J.
C. T.
McBride
were received.
-3 R. Miot, county comm'r and mileage 1240R. fer and as shown by the deed is as So does Germany i "
Report of county judge of fines A. *4 ..
ObnUing 16 80 follows: t
and forfeitures ** The sale of alum foods .
was received. T.A. Robinson, 1680
Part of section 28, tp. 55 S.. R 40 I
Report of clerk of circuit court off T.J.Cockshutt, M 880A. E and section 21 tp 55 S, R, 40 E. All Has been made illegal Washington and the District of Columbia ;

A.Stewart accountant: ____..._. 3000J.
fines and forfeitures and alum I
was received. live stock, tools implements furniture baking powders are everywhere recognized as of
.P. Brown,waiting on board_ 4 00
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k The delinquent tax list will be given /fixtures all property
A.A.Stewart and personal m'm10us. \
minutes for
publication :5 00
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: : to the East Coast Advocate for pub- A. A.Stewart, waiting on board and in connection with the Rockdale Pack- To protect yourself l _against.alum. : .i

elication.. recording minutes.._._______.____. 4 00 ing Company. Undivided third In-
when ordering baking powder
Tax collector's report of licenses John Henry, making report of hire of terest in Biscayne Drug Company, MiamI ,

convicts _____ ........... 'tr 11'
2 50 stock
collected during the month of Jan- -------- Fla, .299 shares capital of
W. S.: Norwood .___ 11
,registration officer 17 00 the L. S.plainlg-
1908 to E. Brady Company doing business
nary amounting $159.00for
H.& W. B. Drew Co.,warrant book.. W 50
the state,and$94.50 for the coun- H. &.W.B. Drew Co., books for sheriff 225 as a grocery store and warehouse '

ty was received. A.A.Stewart,exp. on warrant book.55 33 shares capital stock :Magnolia Grocery DftYAI BAKING

t Tax collector's list of poll taxes J.P.Brown, janitor_______________ 5 00 Company 38 shares capital stock ,
J.P.Brown, care of courthouse ground 3000J. Biscayne Lumber and Supply .Company tAl-POWDER
collected during the month of January
H. Kitties wood for clerk's office_ 125 200 shares capital stock MiamI
y, 1908, for the year 1906, P.'A. McMillan,assessor's com.for 1906 6500 Electric Railway Company; 46 shares and be very sure you get Royal ;

amounting to $1.00,was received and August Nelson repairing co.j's.ef.,etc. 33 41 capital stock Bank of Bay Biscayne, Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape

.i checked with the tax collector's stubs 8.8. Selig, disinfectants______.______ 5200P.
c H. Wright,freight_____________. 6 70 50 shares capital stock Bond Sandstone Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibility and wholesomcness j
and found
correct. J. B Walker& Co, mdse. for jail..__v 14 50 Brick Company, 10 shares capi- of the food

: Tax collector's report of poll taxes E. L Brady& Bro.,mdse. for jail-._._ 8 70 tal stock Miami Transfer Company

collected during the month of Janu- Jas. Pritchard& Son, mdse. for jail ._ 7 00 and"whatever balance may be to the

ary, 1908, for the year 1907,amounting R.J. Dunham supt of county home.. 52 95 credit of the parties of the first part .

7 to$34.00 was received. Wilson &Toomer. fertilizer__________ 30 00 upon the books of the Fort Dallas Na- f
E.L.Brady&Bra, mdse county home 6612J.
The matter-of road tional bank. .
electing a W.Jamison, work at county home.. 250B. Clear Profit Growing BananasC. lunches easily average 100 "fingers' I
This does not include the F. E. C.
superintendent for road districts No. F. Wright, work at county home_ 1200 I to the bunch .the result is readily ob- :
2, 3 and 4 was taken up and J. 0. F. E. C.B'y. Co, frght on fertilizerfor I Ice Company' which has been taken A. Killer has a banana grove thatis tained. These bananas are grown la

Simmons was elected superintendent county home____________..____ 150 over by Mr. H. }I. :Flagler the profitsto a nine days wonder. It consists, damp soil without fertilizer and very \.
to the liquidation of the bank's roughly estimated, of one-eighth of an I
Julius Kline, mdse. for county home. 815 go
; of roads for said road districts.Clerk's little care so that the returns are clearpofit.Fort .
E. C. L &S.Con (crates for co.home.. 7 00 indebtedness or Mr. Brown's residence acre and at present there are more

report of tax redemptionsand E. W. Dunn,cook at county home.___ 1000E. at the corner of Avenue B anti than 200 fine bunches on the plant Pierce Tribune. .1

purchases during the month of .C. Advocate, pub. auditors statem't 1000 12th I matured and almost I J
street, the latter being reserved ready for market. I Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity
1908 received. The Fla.Star,pub. tax statement___ 100
January, was under the exemption act. Mr. Killer wholesales this fruit readilyat i won't cure them. Doan's Ointment'cures
Permits for carrying pistols were B Bowler ferryman_____.._____.. 1000A. itching bleeding or protruding piles after ,
.A.Stewart, tax redpt...___________ 160 a dollar per hundred and as the years suffering. .At any drug store. .i
i issued to the following persons: C.W. A. A. Stewart, making annual state Dade Stops Road Work ; -

Fowler, Robt. M. CunninghamH. ment for 1907_______________.____ 45 00 The county commissioners of Dade
H. Jenkins, Samuel C. Burns, A. A. Stewart, making sched. for co. county have passed a resolution sus- 0. A. STEWART. East Coast Meat MarketG.F.DURENAGENT

! .: and permits r carrying repeatingrifles treas. for 3 months____.._______ 3 00 pending all road work on the county ...

J' were issued to Oscar F. Quar- ROAD FeND toads, storing the machinery dispos-

tennan, Clinton Hawkins, Raymond I J. C. Osban, feed for mule__________ 8 90 ing of the mules and advertising for -

C. WiUoug by, C. W. Fowler, E. J. Jas. Pritchard &Son, harness, etc____ 7663 bids for the lease of the county prisoners 1 Fire Insurance Florida cad. .

f' F. P.Ziy, mule and wagon _____...___ 200 00 who have ;
Beers, Florian C. Gex, Andy Crabb, been used on the roadwork i
John Henry. making of road
appor. for the = Western
next five months.
N. B. Ratliff. fund _________________________ 1250 This m -
action was made by the fact
necessary
Titusville, Fla., Jan. 18, 1908. ROAD FUND DIST. NO.2.N. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
that the -
road fund appropriation ''has Heats
Hon. Board of cOnnty Commissioners. E. Williams, road work___________ 2000 been entirely depleted. -- --

{ Ernest Taylor road work_________. 5 00 I of the
As request I herewith represent some leading
per your Roy Packard, freight________._______ 2 00 companies of the world and of all Kinds'F
statement of the fines any
present you
ROAD WORK DIST. NO. 3. business entrusted to me will receive -
and forfeiture fund from Jan. 1st 1 THE[ PERFECT wn f
Seth Rodes. road work _________.____ 600J. prompt andcareful attention TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
1907, to Dec. 31st, 1907, showing the q.
R. blathers&; Son. feed_________ 3053
receipts from the hire of state and Fee&Stewart Co., tools.___________ 8 55

county convicts, for the year 1907; I. L. Jonrnigan, road work__...__._ 45 00 Scores of Florida Citizens Have EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO..

J. H. Lanier, .___.______ 3450 Learned It .
: STATE CONVICTS
t D. J. Lanier* __________ 3450 If you suffer from backache
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Reed. Jan. 16, 1901 f 430.80 Q. W. Damon shell for road_____ 3165J. There is one way to cure it. DEALERS IN
_______________ 31223
ApL 8. R. Livingston, road work.-...-.... 23 50 The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.A .
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July 18, 27380 J. O. Simmons, ,** ____._____ 4800 bad back means sick kidneys.
________._____ Lumber and MaterialsOP
410.70
Oct. 19, Building
O K. Key, feed and wagon___.______. 3 50 Neglect it. urinary troubles follow.

E.C. L. &S. Co., lumber____________ 6 12 Doan'g Kidney Pills are made for kidneys

t 1,457.55 T.J. Shave & Co.,team hire etc._____ :a;: 52 only.S. ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL
.k COUNTY CONVICTS I B. Lemons, cigarmaker living at 1311

Reed. JlAn.5, 1907_____________ 25700 ROAD FUND DISC. NO.4. Ashley Street, Tampa Fla., says: "I nsednn' Yards at TitasYille, Cocoa, Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach
._____
Abney &; Abney, feed and tools. 36 09
Mca.lR, ________________ 233.00if i iI. Kidney Pills and they cured me of
.. } C. Salmon, hauling rock .________ 1 35 We are prepared to meet all fair competition on hbuse orders o
: _______________ backache and disorder of the kidneys. Twoor
: i' Api. 10. 9650
for direct from the mills
Frank Williams, hauling1._ __________ 1900 ; shipment
______. three times aceount of the
June 14. ____ ___ 1850097.5d on pain in my
Henry Williams, road work________. 32 60
July 10.: ._e.__..___..___ back I was unable to go to work for several I
Edmund Geoffcrt. hauling___________ 25 00
M __________ days. The secretions of the kidneys ina "
Aug. 17, __ 150.50 ___ were .. v.'iI.Wr"'m NN"NiriVNlrwr
Will Hines, road work____________ 2925
2 St-p.30. _______________ 15000 very bad condition,dark in color and if allowed
Peter Robinson, road work___________ 1125
_______. to stand would become of the consist /
Nov.2. ______ 11250 }
Ronald and Fibke tools____________ 250 ta
.. of jelly. I tried various remedies taking
44 _____________ 14150 ency :
Dee.21 ___._________
A. J. Pennalt road work 1 95KOD what seemed like gallons of medicine and I
t -- also put on plasters but nothing helped me at HARDWAREJas.
| 1,44350 FUND DIST. No.5.J. all until I got Doan's Kidney Pills upon the

C. Osban, hauling-----------...... 63 75 advice of a friend of mine and using them according -

Total receipts | 2901.05 J. D. Ennis, horse shoes__ h_____.__ .90 short time.to directions" they cured me in a very .

B. W. Osban. hailing ______________. 26 40
transferred the road For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
which can be to J. C. Grainger road work____________ 4 50 Foster-Milburn ())., Buffalo, New York sole Pritchard & Son
and bridge fund, under Chap. 5,694 J. Daniels, road work________________ 24 75 agents for the United States. Remember the .
(No. 99) and Chap. 5,699 (No. 104) Henry Garble road work............ 300R. name-Doan's-and take no other.

laws of 1907. R. Chaudoin, road superintendent. 42 00 Handle the Finest Lines of
submitted W. A. Green feed for mules_________. 70 93 Weekly Weather Report. 1
Respectfully T. A. Carhle, road work.__________ 28 60 JCPITER Fn. Feb. 11. 1908.
:: '' JOHN HENRY. J. \Y. Oaban ____u_____ 750 Comparative statement of temperaturesand Heavy and Shelf Hardware J

is hereby directed T. W.Griffis, ** 2375 rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. Jin
The county treasurer ----------- =- _h = 1
1908 1907 -
from the fine and A. J. Puppell -----------. 2300 -- d
transfer :
to D. TE. MAX. MIV. M\X. MIN '
_: forfeiture fund to the county road CANE WABDEX FUND. Feb. 5..1 *4 S4 M Our Stock of
t J P Brown, salary as game warden 35,00 6. 75 bl 72 35 (:
and bridge fund, the sum of two 0 7. 7J W 74 53 l
FINE AND FORFEITURE FPND. 71 6b 6; 49
8.
Guns and Goods
05-100 Sporting ,
thousand, nine hundred one 9. 71 65 6SI.. ,
J. C. Gibert crim. pros. in j. p. court. 160J.
amount of convict hire- 10. 74 W> 74 5,*
? dollars the
; M. Sanders, cnm.pros. in j.p.court 1 43 11. 78 69 74 54 is complete at all times f
remaining unused Dec.31, 1907, for J. P. Brown, cnm. pros. in c.j's.court 9 70 Total rainfall for the week 25 incbe ;

the year 1907, in said fine and forfei- 44 'eom. on fines coL etc.___ 8 44 Departure rainfall for the week minus.3i

ture fund,in accordance with Chap. feed for prisoners ____n. 132 20 inches.Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st minus. ", '4

; 5,694 (No. 99) and Chap. 5699, (No. On motion the board adjournedto .24 inches. II. UiRDlN. Paints and Oils of Qualityone 1

104) laws of Florida, session of 1907. meet again on the first Mondayin Official in Charge.

Petition of B. F. Ives et al citizensof March at 2 p. m. of our Specialties I r
This is Worth ReadingLeo
LaGrange, praying for public road 1

from LaGrange depot in N. W. 1-4 of A Baby Zeioski, oC Gibson Sf,, Buffalo, f
X Y. "I cured the most annoying cold
S. W. 14. Sec. 28, Tp. 21,S. R. 35 E. should be sunshine in the house and will be sores,I says ever: had with Bucklen's \rnica&ln. Quotations for large or small orders will ,'

to the S. E. corner of S. W. 1-4 of if you give it White's Cream Vermifuge, the I applied this salve once a day for two" day. be given personal attention. Mail Orders
medicine offered to suffering hu when every trace of the sore w Sec. 21, Tp. 21, S. R. 35 E., a dis- beat worm is the all sores. Sold under guarantee at Banner I solicited and promptly filled
This remedy becoming
manity. permanent
road btore. 25c.
tance of about half a mile said fixture of all households. A mother Drug :

r to be on the west section line of said with children can't get along without a bottle Stops earache in two minutes, toothache or' TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA I

Sec. 28, was received and J.O. Fries.R. of White's Cream Vermifuge in the house. pain of burn or scald in five minutes, hoarseness ,
one hour; mu&cleache two hours; sore
and H. Carlile were Sold by Banner Drug Store and Titusville
R. Chaudoin throat twelve hours-Dr. Thomas ElectricOil
mark viewand Pharmacy. monarch over pain. I
appointed viewers to ,
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/!*<1,6', THE/FLORIDA STAR FEBUARY 14. Ul08 .

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k f convention in Indianapolis has elect-

ed Thomas L. Lewis of Bridgeport. O_ BEST FOR THEBOWELS

to succeed John Mitchell as president

of the organization. The next annual

convention will be held in St. Louis.

) mriiwiiii The delegation of coal operators failedIn If haves'Seregelsr. ?ltkym.remntsfthepaw.leeverydeyyon
yea erwois. $..uyeorow.ne
1 ., their attempt to renew Interstate nfl iTiol. ee
sheP
la
sees,sad b.well fore.
N, conferences with the miners but it ..,physte or pin iIOboa.t. dup_" n..mooth..e. .
.easiest moat perfect way of kMPa e
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deckled that the
was same joint committee -
the bowels Sisal aad clean U to take
... of miners and operators should CANDYCATHARTIC

meet on Feb. 27 for the purpose of re-

.5F} sti'l..ark : .l,. ewing negotiations.
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SCIENTIFICScientists .

f wh
c-;: ": a'fRia:4.n7::iC :aY. :: :., : : "'+r .;: <: vii
Test Spiritism.

the east without encountering any serious In 1000 and 1904. lie Is a Democrat By a no I less famous scientist than Sir

f:; I POLITICAL 1 defection among the Democratic Lieutenant Governor Edwin Norris will Oliver Lodge of London was the.statement EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
-> hosts. Enthusiastic audiences greeted succeed him In office.
made before the recent meeting Casual Patatabla, Potent. Twto flood D tt
1 him at Wilmington. Philadelphia, New Gaynor Warns Reactionaries. of the! Society For Psychical Research Good Never Si : 04 *eo*'
National free esmpk
F-qure. for
Fort a 10 seats yet boa. Write
Governor York and elsewhere. Movements for Justice William J. Gaynor of New that In arles of exhaustive tests let ea keaftk. Address *

The,policies enunciated by instructed delegations in his favor York in a recent address intimatedthat with the well known spiritualistic mediums Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago' w Mm if-,.
inaugural
w Fort of New Jersey address in his Lave assuin were started in the states visited by most of the clamor against the Mrs. Piper and Mrs. Verrall.messages KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM ..
: ,
im. At New York he made a set address -
'z. h president was from wrongdoers whi from dead friends had been
ut-
ed unexpected
before the Civic forum taking were trying to ne the government to received. Professor Lodge said that ,
M p' tlonal importance bJ' for his text "Thou Shalt Not Steal" and The Best of Friends.
: enable them to undersell and ruin their these messages had come from the late .
Inclusion dlrec'Irg
of the will
made
has
reason A New Yor! man
; reviewing the entire field of politics rivals in business. On this he [
a of a portion of point F. W. H. Myers and others. Myers being his executors alter his death to .

; y them In the special Here, as elsewhere he took occasion said: "When the courts. Including the the swell known literary man who titiLze ever portion of Us body ills .

j ; to commend the recent message of supreme court of the United States. died iu 1101 shortly before the publication K>nns are to be made Into buttons. his

message sent to coi President Roosevelt He said It was a Justly and properly held that the rail- of his great work dealing with thesurvival skin Is to be tanned for leather and -
by PresidentRoosevelt violin strings are to be mad of such portions -
F gress Thepres.- brave message" and a "call to arms"and roads were public highways In order to of the human personality aft- as le-d themselves to that use.-

Ident extensiveiy that the fight should now be to convict Debs of contempt of court for er death and who showed his intentionof Sews Item.1

a quoted from the pick out the purchased papers and the obstructing them these other violators trying after deathto It was a thoughtful husband unto his wife

govr purchased legislators. lIe hoped the of the laws of the highways were loudin communicate who said. :
ernor'smessaedeal;: "Dear wife. pray get your needle now
Democrats in congress would promptly their plaudits but'now they assail with minds still Incarnate thaible and jour thread.
with state jour
lug regulation challenge the Issues by proposing the the courts and the president and the k Upon my coat this button sew: be sun to

3 Z of public uWIties. remedial legislation desired.In government In the grossest manner M' Sir Oliver asserted take great painsTo
the sii> >r"I"lcmof fasten It securely, for It is my friend's
his New York address he blamed when the same law is applied to them. that the
departed remalrs.
the i
great corporations the Republican party but not the president Little do they see what they will bringon had at a too
and the limitation personalities an- I The wife burst Into tears once
sx Governor Fort for the loss of confidence and themselves! if they continue In their swered specific questions filled up her throat.
of their stock
continuation didn't like the of sewing Charlie
urged a of the crusade ('onrse. in She job
a mannercharacteristic
and bond Issues. highly commendedthe ugnlnst"prl'1atory wealth. His criticisms % of on a coat.

views expressed and declared that of Roosevelt had been misunderstood 45 : It was the selfsame husband who searched
them but that he
w the principles which the governor so I EXECUTIVEWould I the house one day
He had not accused the president Sir Oliver Lode. made this admission
;- admirably upheld as regards the state To find a pair of Sunday shoes that he
of imitating the Democrats but
after lone and tests. had
v Identical with those only vigorous put away.
were of course had merely pointed out the coincidenceof Lease Coal Lands.It One of these was what is known as "Oh. wife." be cried aloud to her "where
-- -: which should obtain as regards'the na shoes*" Said she
: ere my
advocated both.
principles by Bryan Is estimated of the
by Secretary the
tion." cross correspondence, or receptionof "I sent them to the rummage M1. They
.
..', frankly defend, l his former silver Interior Garfield in his annual report of '
part a message through one me- looked worn out to me-
a \ The Standard Oil Side of It. policy as compared with the present that 70,000,000 acres of our public dium and part through another neither The husband staggered down the stain

It was at the dinner of the Ohio Society scheme of asset currency. Stealing lands in-the western states have de- portion separately being understood byI I his face was ashen pale.

4 ; of New York that the first public upon a large scale he described as posits of coal and he advocates a sys- either. When In this way a characteristic Said he your"You've old rummage sent my sale deafest" friendto

'.iJ response of the Standard 011 Interests, "glorious larceny." The New York tem of leases so that the! governmentmay message had been received con

+ : .; to the attack In the president's message Stock Exchange had "graduated more regulate their de"elopment.ear- tinuing a piece of literary criticism It was well the his selfsame bow husband who ruIned

1 word from John embezzlers than Fagin's school did all this land has been withdrawnfrom
'% was heard the coming ly of which had not occurred to ordinary And Straight began to Addle there the

D. Archbold. vice president of the big thieves" entry to prevent farther fraudu- people they felt that the proof was tune of "Old Black Joe"

.. trust He frankly defended John D..j Bryan Replies to Carnegie. lent entries. During the year 29.997- --tending- to- become crucial.- The objection But suddenly there came a snap be

Rockefeller as a man of high: business SGO acres were sold for $:>,;;).17'-13. started to boohoo'"Oh
During the dinner of the Economic often raised to the trivial subjects Charles. dear, I never thought that

1 i ethics and announced that he favored club of NeYork there was a :sharp Public Printer Suspended. of communication he deemed unscientific you would break In two.I .

e 8.naUonallncorporaUon law as a remedy clash between Lyman J. Cage ex-secretary Public Printer Still ings was suspended holding that proof of Identitywill now can play no more" he sobbed; "mymusic's

,few' ( for the existing troubles, saying of the treasury, and Andrew Feb. 5 bj order of the president so usually depend on the memory of The G string at that an Is e.-nd-broken was my dearest -

+ that there would be no Industrial peace Carnegie the one hand and 1VJ.. that the joint congressional committee trifle lIe says the phenomenon of ;alorest friend.

until such a law was passed. Bran on the other. The former speakers might continue its investigation of the automatic writing may be in a direct -Detroit Free Press. e

Senator Foraker was also one of the denounced our present financial printing graft charges without hindrance line of evolutional advance like the beginning

speakers and. while he did not represent system as about the worst possible or embarrassment Stillings has of a 'Rew faculty. It had led

the oil trust In any official way. he but called upon congress to keep Its had charge of the office since 19f\\ them to realize the truth of telepathy,

p did attack the administration and all hands off the matter until after the having previously been connected with which was the first chapter of a new

those critics to whom the president presidential election. In his remarks large printing firms in such a way as to volume they bad set themselves to ex !

himself gave the name of muck rakers. called the hostility of organIzed labor. Tutt'sPillsAfter
Carnegie attention to the absurdity earn plore.
: Be insisted that a crusade had been
of the nation's
giving securityfor Fleet Starts Northward.The .
started not only against the wrong its own debt and declared that this American battleship fleet which
doers but against the Innocent until I MISCELLANEOUS''
policy costs $0.000000 a year. Bryan arrived at Puntas Arenas Feb 1, after of bilious habit
success was a sign of some kind of eating persons
at once took up the gage by stating a hearty exchange of courtesies and] will derive great benefit by taking one
crookedness had become disease
s : It a that the financial affairs of the country festivities with the Chilean naval and Countess of Yarmouth Freed. of these pills. If)wu have been

'-a which had spread all over the country had been in the hands of men represented shore officials started on its Pacifc The divorce court of London has DRINKING TOO t MUCH,
into and into
state
11s t legislatures con-fact by the preceding speakers for trip northward Friday night The torpedo granted a decree nullifying the marriage they wUl promptly relieve the nausea,
He called attention to the
t- '; gress. the last fllrt- even years: that they boat flotilla has caught up with of Miss Alice Thaw of Plttsburgto
that the had not affected SICK HEADACHEandnervousneuw =
message had admitted that they had evolved the battleships! and will a<'l'umpmJ'tht"m the Earl of Yarmouth the latter not
stock values and regarded this as a follows restore
r the worst banking system ever known at least part of the way on the opposing.
the and gloomy feel
appetite remove
sign that the public mind was getting
; and did not know how to remedy the next stage of the journey. The Chilean Accidents. ings. Elegantly sugar coated.
used to the tirades. lie
president's
fl 1 t that the Sherman and Hepburn proposed evil He asked why they should ileLounce cruiser Cbacabuco met the fleet at The Atlantic liner Cymric reported Take No Substitute.

the government for Issuing Puntaa Arenas and will accompany it thirty rescued and fourteen missing
:% laws be amended the former so as to
$4ti,000.000 in promises to pay when along the coast until It has passed beyond from those persons who were on the
reasonable combinations and
permit i they failed to denounce the banks for the boundary of Chile. steamer St. Cuthbert wnen t burned ------ ---
the latter BO as not to Interfere with .
Issuing 700000.000 promises to pay. 200 miles off the coast of Nova Scotia
" ,. Tested rights as In the forcible separa- He said the came of the recent panic Feb. 2.Seven. HANDY MOTH PAPERA
tion of the anthracite coal properties I INDUSTRIAL''
was not the issue of too much paper
from the owning railroads men were killed and many inJured -
money, but the overissue( of stocks and by the explosion of a boiler in moth destroyer and disinfectant Placed
Chancellor Day on Message.As bonds that did not represent honestyIn Railroads Cut Service. under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing .
Pa mill Feb 3.
a Sunbury ( ) rolling it drives moths and
Twelveslirvte
one of the defenders of the trusts business. .It," he asked "you Lehigh Valley officials have announced away worry
A prairie fire in northwestern Texas : in a packet carriage prepaid 19 ceate.
and author of the "Raid on Prosperity" blame the government for buying silxer that the fatuous lilack Diamond express is estimated to have cost the loss or Six packets oOi-entaif druggist doesn't ha vett.

,t ;- Chancellor Day of Syracuse university at 00 cents and :selling it for a dollar I running from Philadelphia to $1.000.000 after overrunning COO.OOO Matligan "owder1'1..''.selection H46

;,_ was accorded attention by the press what can you say of Wall street's I Buffalo will be taken off within a few acres destroying twenty ranches and 'I"l'kt'6ille, lows

and public when be made reply to the issue! of billions in stock that representno days. Retrenchment is being made 01 killing 15.000 head of cattle. No loss ---- ----

message of the president "Of the presidents value wh.tte\er I a 10 per cent basis, and the withdrawal of human life is reported to date. TIME IS MONEY

message If I am entirely frank President Ripley Indignant. of this famous train Is a part of
Public Works For
and honest. he said. "I am compelled such programme A number of men Unemployed.
President, E. P. Ripley of the Santa I
Movements have been started In
to say that much of It reads like the are to be released and cuts made In the

i ,, ravings of a disordered mind and other I Fe railroad In commenting on that | freight; and general passenger sen heI many cities! ,; to have public improvements -
part of President Kuoseu'lt's
imss.'jereferring authorized Rto l benefit the
tr In which Is made to so
portions. appeal
ti I The Pennsylvania and Heading roads
to pley's= letter OM the Ue'lj '
numbers of the .
class prejudice and excitement are increasing ucea..lyel.At : ; ;
: are taking similar action The Altoona 1
j (I'uml1'isi.lIt showed considerable re- (
t large with the suggestion of the adroit i i shops of the former are practically Plttsburg a special bond I Issue of
f. j sentient The statement. said lie SJUOOOO: authorizer bv the city
and the shrewd but reckless 1 was
cunning
: 1 I closed, and cuts in freight and passen
that I was a partto a secret rate on
councils to the thousands of idle!
demagogue The whole message I> his oil in California I is i i ger service hate: l>oen made by hot! put
I absolutely false On
familiar ranting against! what be calls I : wad men to work on the streets at the rat 6 1r

; "criminal wealth: and it proceeds from tike contran I emphatically and abso- I of ?1"." a day. A bill was Introduced in
i lufelv declined to grant It. In this | 333.CD3 Idle Cars.
I the New York senate by unanimous
1 the slanderous assumptlafc!' tint so great
r ( a per cent of the corporate business of case, as in other cases. the government { According to a report of the \meri consent authorizing the park board to
has used information furnished | 1'lean Railway association the iiarnlv:
;i
+' this country is corrupt as demand iy expend $l.3INttM$0 more for parks and
discharged: eUlplo't'maklu:; uo at i of idle frt"I-ht car of all kinds on the driveways Senator McCall said there
to o
special messages congress: popular
I teniitt to verity the charges or ask for railroads of this country aid Canai'' were l"000t: ) skilled mechanics and
Inruisws by the presuleut and the en-
an explanation but proceeding to make oa Jan. 22 was .'.Ol1). this Lulndin,. IWlXtO; men without trades unemplojed -
tire time ability and effort of the con-
''' > gross In a volume of corrective legislation !' I the charges" public in ex parte public 11,000\ on Canadian roads. The severest in New York state at present
documents effects of the falling off in business, at-
; such as the world has never Workshop For Unemployed. This is just 4s tnu !11 rr:JirdMachines to Sewi
Taft Wins In Committee. cording to the report have been felt In : anything else
seen. I .\t a meeting of fifty men interested

Prohibition Convention Called. The Republican state central commit the eastern and raidil'e! states, where in charitable movements in New York By using Long shuttle Macbi&ts, no&Mtfer
I the highest; proportion of steel. Iron how well made
actually
tae of Ohio has recognized the pro-Taft you are tbMtiag
i city it was decided to erect a $200000(
The national of the Prohibition
convention I I and coal is carried Kil'roads!! entering away 3 hours out of every gevro
L Republican( county committee of Cuja building to t>e used as a home and
has been called! to meet
; party ; Pittsburg hue so idle lo\o
r- I h ):*a county PS the legal body in control ; many workshop for the worthy unemployed THE STAN).\RI) HnT.f'IHTTrLE
at Columbus 13: There will l
on July >e of the There mother that they have not room for SEWi11AtIIISE
; pirty machinery. who are willing to work. It will make
total of 1.512' delegates, the
a apportionment them In roundhouses and are compelledto
' .. had been a contest between the Taft to the Will make 3.10 stitches in the
no appeal professionalagran aaate ttwe
to the various states icing Lug
; and Foraker board them up from the weather onside shuttle Mat'huies
In that
supporters county tusk.only aw).
or tramp. Ir Hanev Furbay. one or .
{ based upon the vote cast for president I! tracks The The t.ult.ud
over the election of delegates! to the Panhandle i Is said tl) Rotary i'riixiiial u M** *ctentihr -
'e In 190t. i" state convention. i I I have forty-eight i thus boxed up. while! the founders says that charity lodging ally correct w hih fact ha,beta Moves
houses" are much Imposed by the I'y'Liyear..f.ucct-
r Carolina. the! B and upon use mall iwrtsoTtkie
Old Rate In North I O. the Pennsylvania and world
Montana's Governor*Resigns. drones of sorletv Jillt.y our cimipttitors OODIhulU..ay
The extra session of the North Car- j the Wabashvhave many more twins
* Governor Joseph K. T..oe of Mon I \ tll'I'Y it withoutw !lUet"t"lJoL hip:

a olina legislature ended Feb. 1 after I tans has resided his office. to take ef- I Premium For Civility. Marked for Death ST.\XH.\IH OULIInu.hmrs' m.T H\XIJ SI:1VING IOT.\RY THE

f passing the bill fixing the railroad! passenger : feet April 1. In explanation( of his ac- j The Pullman company has masked 'Three year ago I wa marked for dt.ath. in IID.-L..k and 1.\l1I1XI Cium $:titch-i. twe

; rate at 2-; Cl'ntn formerly. 1 checks! representing a total of $1750"; ">0 ltall hearing Stand-Straight
tion the governor refers to his ill \ awve-yjtnl n tic Lift.
and telling the railway unions that this health, which he !says is of such a na- .. to c-rtim of IN: employees as an eI \- piree's l>xtors failed to hrlpcie. and hope II Itt'Fastest not fail Mot to Silt investigate the merit of the

k Action might make unnecessary the reI :: ture that restoration I pression! of* its gratitude for courtesy Ea..I""t ltUbDiD sad tile
a pernnnent can hail H-<1. when my husband got Dr Kings m'et durable timing )lal"hine

duction of wages proposed by the man : not l>e effected without an absence of j to the traveling: public In 10s 7. The New ihscovery.:' says :Mr*. \. C. \\illunis of sT.\Xn.\WHOf.UY. "\ dr made ottetyYtpuais THE

agers. The clause delegating; rate rt J- !'!several months In a warmer climateI cheeks went to 11.3 conductors and lUc. Ky. The fiat dose helped me and 111pruvement a rl'vt'latihll." \\ nte tr prices and t.y ParIUt.lIt -

I ulatlon to the state corporation commission )I and mentions a clans of the constitn '! 2M7 porters, ein? one month's pay teach kept on until I had gained 5" HJt) up.PI.&II. iuara1lttt'tl Sewing Slachtnp

was left out I tion which provides that an elective man These are all on the To' pounds: in weight: and my health was fully re The Standard Sn iD; Machine t'e"

The East Listens to Bryan. official shall not absent himself from of honor. Five hundred and thirty storttl" This medicine holds the world 5"1 t S. Brad St.tl.ADu.. Ga.

r '. After leaving the national capital as ]I I j the! state for more than sixty day He =six conductors and 1,783; porters received record for coughs and colds and lung and The Standard Sewing Machine

the acknowledged leader and adviser i]I'i intends to spend several months in no checks throat diseases It prevents vneuaonu_ hold

of the Democratic minority In congress I j southern California. Mr. Toole! was Lewis to Succeed Mitchell. under guarantee at Uanner Drug Store. ;5X is sold by the Indian River

William; J. Bryan continued his tour of elected governor in 1S9 and re-t>Jl".tl'\1 The United Mine Workers at its and i$1.00. Trial bottle free. Music House Tiumille



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