The Florida star ( February 28, 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 28, 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:
UF00075901:00273

Related Items

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

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here t.or se.d_ __ ._.,,.-d __ . n tlgt mudi caB g sIn nmo aM aO f
s lS i orders for your new suit mad ,r, NOU ,M,&--.,--nd.toile
t sth & Co s ,toei -s.fam i Try Heath & Co. for oeeries and d hamsin dozens of dif- 1tl e Srehead abbage ptaf
Wi ne aethe late styles fromsave money by their low prices. ent terms for dresses, waist dr sal. J. WALM.
head bbae plants for Co. Baltimore and New York and H. F. Atkinson, of Miami, was inm j me's shirts, 36 inches wide, 15cents, Sa sm souveiw andot bwh ,-
J.R.WA .xM great style leers town the first of this week andregistered 19 cents per yard. dr suit i Nom TItaffle Phamay
I e. tr sale che thingew andup-to ate. at Indian River hoteL helpria e dre. Horse and buy and armem tfor sal
M ic Ese. Wee arrythe bestgoods that mon- Don't look at yor face so often, but We are receiving daly e i at a bargain. Iquire at T r -
- canb. .. Each and every item Weiare
Dma-Ceudpt, ,_an o 3. a everyim look at your shoes and see if they need ments of summer dry goods, th- ee.
ae Wrm ey. raifi repairing. Bad weather is coning. Call ing, shoes, ladies'and gents' furnish- Mr. Julis Kline is expected to am
.as TitmTvifle camp One ordermakesa lasting custo- on D. P- gn ,-hoemwrerand repair- whichour Mr. Kline s pr- te ltter part of next week from Now
o k W no er. % in New" York.Yok
Sa leg r ong Man- M e,._ __ Dinnernapkins, fine satin damask,
ek ,All Woodm WINSTON S. BRANNING The ladies of the PesyteCan church warante4 all pure linen, 27x27 inch- Mr- and Mrs. Percy Adams, of Cia-
t attmL. lThe Clothi ngStore will hold a window sale of eatables rates beautiful designs, exceptionally ceinati, have been visiting their amat
INm aI OadtN I lanhaMa, At vl-ifid. the market of Mr. G. F. Duren tomor- good at, per doz., $4.49.- Mrs. A. B. Mack, this week.
r atpomesand jails, was row (Saturday) afternoon for the por- Another lot warranted all pure Good white bcom, 11c. per lb.; comp.
dovd paid Tpa S WTA eV e Smgth Cam .Horne.- poseof raising funds to repir the linen,.27x27 inches $2. 9 per domen. lard Oe per Ib. Save money alb,
t *Llaving a Sthat afe Hr- church. Cakes, pies. baked beans, can- P*"Dinnera -t-s- nednadaim- o Hath r -ra-O Go .
s"_ _an^d-ia In the musical farce comedy dies, etc., wil beonsale. ask, beautiful deigns, 20x i es,th&CoPomiprrifGr
ad t da t"Whe* n m aSmith Cm re Home," which 1.49 per dozen. Another lot 18x18 Capt. Peter Nelson, of Noeth Titus-
Bdly and little daughter Wen Smt Cvme Church Notes inches, $L1O per dome. ville, is building an addition of several
ed Surday from Fert coneatotheTitusville operashouseon C Notes Turkish bath towels with fringe, rooms to his residence. The framing
* a ls oby her sister Thursday next, March 5th, will be There will be service and sermon m extra heavy quality, 60 inches, spec- well along.
, tl ti ltr havingbeo seen Fay, Coley and Fay, three of St.Gabrielschurch, Titusville, next Sun- ial 29 cents each.
reatmive thore for some the cleverest people on their stage to- dayat7:30 p. m. Huck towels, fancy linen damak, The Novelty .Store keeps books, st-.
day. When playing in Winnipeg, Dean ootto will ciate in largesize, plain white hemmed, some ti novelti, st cards, jewelry,
thOspgdtor .racesrecently, the press had thisto say of Gallie next Sunayat 1030 a. m., and have fancy borders, special 49 cents cuandY and.toys, 5-cent and 1et
thespeedmotorboari xas recently, tie press had this to say of Sunday each. counters. L M. Dodoon.
fe yeste y are toe t hem. Thme wrwe laughed till in Melbourne at 7: p. m Huck towels 38 inches long with Mr. 0. H. Vaes, of Enterprise stop-
Fy were'a falsre. Only tears came, while the trio occupied Rev. min. Stones will preach at the red striped borders, 12N cents each. ped off here Tuesday on his way toWest
oat"f five entries and No thestage. They have as a sketch as Baptist church at LaGrange at 11 a. m. Ladies' shoes and oxfords, latest lm Beach, whereehatakencharge
MtWa broke dowi The clever a thing as has been se here and at Titvile at 7 p. m. on Sunday spring and summer styles, in tent of the where hefor takhe owner,
Sne Prayer meeting Wedneday at leather, gun metal, vii; b k tan o f the SeuMimle hotel for te owner,
rt, e A in many a day. The humor is origi ext. Prayer meeting Wdnesday at andwhite, prices from to $ Mr. Zapf. Mr. Vos paid THE STA a
. a nal, and during the course of their Servi at .chyKrippendorff & Dittmann make. pleasant caIL
r W. a wa ftheyintroduce a number of pop- MSvies atM. an church Sundday A sale of good substantial umbrel- Mesars. A. A. Taylor and 8. H. Peck,
SLTai y fwi se al March 1st, at 11 a m. and twicepaday las, made of ,a sturdy quality of of Coco and Rockdge, were in town
Spm yoen ma toaf ular with Irodies o the for the following week at 3 o'clock and gloria silk, have fine horn, horn and therstof the week toattend a her-
m ma i p l.i he wil sme." 730 o'clock led by Rev. W. W. McCord pearl, silver, pearl and box-ingbefore Tuedayin the
a afor ta m The act spoken of will be given be- and his singer, W. W. Hooten, of At- wood trimmed handles, sizes 26 and eeof Taylor e Flord East
fm les t ;ae able to tween acts one and two. it lanta. You are invited to attend these 28 inch, at S49. e of Taylor et, which was. Flortpida East
to, ne b .i tied 'Yachti ."' a musical services. Ladies plain gauze lisle thread C t aiway, wieh wa- postponed u-
a to a...e* pr ..i.. tied aRev.t musical Hp- GP er, ee.iehoel.ry. grter tvp,. in black and til today owing to absence of theiriat-
SRetan, nts per pair. torney.
7. Irwin wa called ma der of Jacksonville district, St Johns Men's lisle thread half hose, high The editor of THE STAR and son Ryab
fhe receipt of a telegram Jolly Marooanag Party River conference, will hold the first spliced heels and doublesoles, white, made the run to EauGalme in their little
his mother was dying and The houseboat Alma H., of St. Au- quarterly meeting at Eau GallieSunday, black and tan, 25 centsper r. motor boat Naide to take in the boat
12 p. tral that after- gustine, arrived Monday en route to March st, preaching 11 a. m. and 70 Lonsdale cambric, 36 inches wide, races last Saturday. The distance, 8
age carrying with hi the Miami. The craftis large and roomy p. Lord's supper after the evening special 15 cents pecheswide, mile was esily covered in hours'
sermon. Quarterly conferege Monday Lonsdale domestic, 36 inches wide, mies ws esily covered in 3 hors
S many Mr Irwin th good beam and great carryinat 7 p. m. All welcome. Dr. J. B. special 12 cents per yard. time with a six horse power motor in a
vrm Mr.I capacity and isequipped with a Little Hawth pAll wlo prach at Mail orders promptly filled on any 26 foot boat, using 5 gall.s gasolinean
artme states i mother Hawk, the pastor, willprech at City ofthe above goods. the round trip of 72 miles.
a la@NM. Giant engine. Point at 10:30 a. m. March 1st. Juuus KUNE, Titusville.
The Alma was three days out from Long Distance Motor Boat Race
I, DRY GOODS, SHOES St. Angiuine here with the follow- Unique Houseboat Minnie Lou John W..Grahmn Married Tomorrow, the 29th inst., the long
s, Germ mnatw, Samony ing pw'gers on board: SabinRob- The houseboat Minnie Lou, a
sd meys, bins and wife, Miss Hazel Robbins, unique and comfortable craft, with a Mr. John W. Graham and Miss Ann distance motor boat races will start
m, c o-m. Miss Ruth Robbins, of Middletown, party of Minnesotpaw on board, spent D. Zelley, of Miami, were married on from St. Augustine to Palm Beach
ShioMr and Mond night at this place. the 22nd inst.. Washington's birthday. for the Commodore Allen trophy,
y 2^ w TAnno.a wnts to this effect were re- donated by the Halifax River Yacht
Sit, try Mi Mabel Sholl, of Quincy, Illi- houseboat is shoved forward by a ceived here Tuesday. The groom is the lub, of Daytona.
019111, 'Phone 34 noise; Dr. and Mrs. Edward Quarles, small gasoline launch when the wind eldest son of a former resident of Ti- This prize, one of the most valuable
rts Tomorrow Night of Mt. Savage, Md.; Miss Rachel is unfavorable towards using a square tavine and a well known business man ever offered for any event, mst be
Thornton, of Ellenville, N. Y.; Mrs. sail. The Minnie Lou was built at of the whole east coast, Dr. W. S. Gra- woftfred foray evenm st
mater goem will be de- Jack Hartson and Mr. Chas. Edmin- Daytona Beach and will be followed ham, of Miami. THE STAR sends con- won three times by the same boat
ow tint the Four Pick- ster (the builder of the Alma), of by a sister craft called the Dakotah. gratulations. owner before it becomes his perma-
y who, few days ago St. Augustine, with Mr. Dan Allen, The captain of this craft has spent nent property. It is valued at $2,000.
S with their sen- of the Ancient City, as pilot. The some twenty winters in Florida Return of the Favotes In this event Daytona will be the
will play-attheparty reported a very pleasant trip waters and has solved the houseboat A. G. Allen's Big Minstrel Show, firstpointof controlandfirststopping
nS tomorrow, Saturday so far with fair weather. Unfortu- question to his satisfaction both as to which has been here before and has place. Then the contestant's time
5th. As this will be the nately they got aground in the canal comfort and ability to navigate the always given general satisfaction,,is will be recorded and they will remaR~
ot play here this sea- above Ormond and were delayed 21 shallow inland waters of the whole advertised to appear in Titusville until the close of the week of tCe
me should turn out to en- hours in getting into Daytona. They coast line. March 2nd. tournament on the Ormond-Dayte~.a
It aords s ple- have made only a few stops and run -- The company is said to include all beach, and during that time tnh
a those who merit praise only during the day time, anchoring Fine Monday Offerings of Men's the old favorites and has been aug- will be a two days' regatta at Day-
proud to y that this is at night except when at some im- Clothing mented considerably in point of mem- tona, Wednesday and Thursday, when
msteompaniesnowon the portant place en route. They will The man who wants to brighten hers. Many n-w features have been twenty prize silver cups will be
ied hear them an- spend a half day in Rockledge, a few up his wardrobe can do it now at very added and the performance is said to awarded.
served seats on sale at little cost. Stylish, splendidly made he full t d even better than Then the boat entered in the long
hng re cens Pa e Alm a Kirschbaum suits and overcoatsthe high standard ofexcellence set distance race will start for Rock-
S chil drent Pam Beach. The Alma left Tues- in these reduced price groups: t by them
mis 50 cents, children day for Rdckledge. Black, oxford and fancy mixed by them when her last season. The ledge, where it is expected a single
.... overcoats at $$8 to $15.W. All were seating arrangements of the tent day's regatta will be held for prizes
Fine Place For Sale much more cheviots. have been re-arranged and every valued at $500. At the conclusion of
M icale Men's sack suits of fancy chevots the Rockledge races the long distance
will be at the reai- Fine orange grove prop y at City black thibcts and unfinished worsteds care has beekn taken for the comfrn race will be resumed to Palm Beach,
mT.T. etmore Friday 2,000 berin trees, oranges at $IW.@ to $160. :and convenience of the pairons, so the terminus of the event.
larch 6th, from 3 to 5-.30 i and grapfruit. Good dweling A very unusual gathering of men's that they can enjoy a first class ain- --
tetn St. GabrielB hurchs c o. well suppi ed with water by wind white shirts at $1.50 and colored strel performance under canvas. Wood For Sale
entt cs. ybody come mill and ta Excellent barn serv- shirts at $1a. -._. - Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
n caus.e sant's house, etc. A beautiful and ideal Neglige coat style with cuffs at- Cash Discount Withdrawn ing and harrowing. See or address J.
spot for a winter home and with proper tached, made of finest quality of, W. Jamison. Titusville. Fla.
graph Gallery management could be made topay large cambric madras and fancy cheviots On March 1st we will discnntinue our .-- T i- -.
st, the uotographer, on retunTs. Apply to W. B. Hent:, city ever used in shirts at this price, var- Plan of making a discount of '5 percent Wanted
Por ny e Al FP a -Aious sleeve lengths, $1. each. ce list will be isued on that te. : One hundred laying hens, small sized
Sad an a.. Another lot at 0 cents each. wort do nal oilers" eggs, country produce, fish and
paa, water colors and Orange and Grapefruit Trees 75 cents and $1.00. bring too ae at burst hotel, Titusville.
a speiaty. Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. on high: Men's shoes and oxfords, smart EAST COAST LUMBER & SuPrL'o ,. For Sle Cheap For Cash
AJPIU Hod hickory hammock. Free from white and dressy, patent leather, vici. gun - For ale eap or s
* o fly. One year to two year old buds. metal and Russia leather, in black For Sale About 88 acres of good high land on
, Fla., F. A. Lolsey, man- Prices from 25 to 85 cents. Careful- and tan, Hanan, M. A. Packard and, the east or ocean sideof the Indian river
be plan-fr- and delivered at Oak Hill W. L Douglass makes, prices $2.50 15 pairs Berkshire and Jerey pi at at the Narrows, described mas folws
J _. _. tI,;, ,,, now. about. 6 weeks od; aso6sBerkshir.;. tion 36 in township 31 south, range


U. W. ra '.... brood sows; also a eavy- wooa waou zin east. This land is unimproved but fine-
_n1|0o, r "Titusville Fla. fine condition. Address located. For further particular ad-
mry Stock for Sale Draynlg E B. ARNFOLD, gess EkM. Low,
ek grown on h pne Di. m taulingofall kinds prompt-I For Sale Malabar. Fla. Brockton, Mass.
M*RrerN aesestab- ly attended to. Meet al trains. Two fine lots, corner of Palm and Gar-
SSnd for og EL. HOLTON. den streets. Titusville. Front on Palm A cool drink at a cool place at A cool drink at a cool place at.
Wr. PAdhm Rpeh ir Titnsvii Fla. street over 150 feet. JoHN HENRv. i MANDY'S. M ANDY'S.


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The a rit ondr m. recent i n present
o presperty in the Uawted States was
osuh as to aravate sho pqlanIe, a
-o Proe esor uoes taxat ed.
"Smao tfornmes," he contin ed."may

greduactive Mieas. To ging them
athe pgduction of wealth. Very sreat
ftnsn have somethiamn back 61 them
besides pernomal anlity or lndivdall


minaln the m hmber aind magntMio
esat Ameriore fortal es are mot i
akwa, increase land and a
values, scital oar.mautlLm;..aflireand
gnershiop the gucationtst of vestnd
inte rssp and I f ree Int as&rueni
f al peltes she h aited S tate gs wats
to railteaeds, unequal txatlon ad we
be quishment of governmental fune-
tins to private hands, aocal at egl-
gence. permitting tax dodging, land

ales, retul ng mlIemluanad nt of a-ie
amrloe companies. monopolistle comr
natl mms and other an ates. e
"Mllionaire families are not tending
to extinction nor great family fortuns
to diss ipation. t present tendeaones
eantinue, in half a century i) per sent
Sthe wealth In the United states will
he owned by not more than a hundred

"The auffocating luxury and otenta-
tiesm of the ultra rich foster class bit-
mernes, arouse the spirit of mammon-
im, ...-uareialise matrimony, destroy
crater stand prompt the mddle class
to race suicide.
"The hereditary transalasion of lara-e
fortunes leads to degeneration in the
family thus excaipted from the strug-
gle for existeuce.
It is fooli to say that the overu-
ment shoukl be an idce onlooker at thl
strupile for wealth. The government i
takes and always has taken :a p;art lu
the struggle and without the gove:i-n
meeit these great frtiunes would Ine ;:
Impossbillity. Fortunes owe their ex-
Istence to the lroe tlou of tthe phys-
iael might of organized society"

eglected Colds Threaten Lifea
[From the : hirao Tribune]
'Don't true with a cold' good advice for
pradent me and wo.n-n. It may be viclas
in the case of a child. Proper foo *nd ven
tilatlue awd dry. warm clothing arethe pnrp-
er sfgaairds against colds. If they are mzin,-
tained through the changsalhe weather of a .-
taim, winter ad spring, the chances of a snr-
rlse fom ordinary colds will be slight. Bat
the ordiamy light eokd will become severe if
nlelcted, and a well established, ripe cold i
to the germs ofdiptheria what boeey as to tihe
bee. The gmite menace to child lifeat this


arisen of the year i the neglected cold."
Whether it is a child or adult. the'enld slight
or sove. the vety bet treatme t that an be
-adopted is (Cim a'sll -u -h remedy. It
*i -wt1.--;as -ee. a tisimed w
I etisses at this ailment. A cold
mever ssinmpe emmmis whelm I isgiven
w le by PTituvMlle m and aldrug-


haneiesi e Thate De" Plases ofg
L late lise, .
m e n'avF we Wa ael Aittams
A av dthe 5amp.en thw bi e speoseb-
maker at the beo s, tys a Washlg-
tom eedm eNowent ot the New York
me. The ether day be made three
speech seek several eages e lo tIn
the Cmngreus tal Record, all in oai
Rmeut Dun t the brar e diemio"
oe an appriqwoietI for free seeds
bnagut In by the m---upr"--cow m-
mnds.I (ihusan Tawn usaild:
"I bugd ae minute to the getle-
m fr s A ams Mr. Wallaci "
Mr. Waflmenee. and is thick
his soro yevoibegan, "I come here
to bury Caesar, not to praise him."
%The house .'" -t4y turned in t
chair and took notlea.
"Mr. Speaker ." beotimued In the
sume eloquent tome, "I ask unanimous
consent to extend my remarks In the
Record on the tariff question."
This brought a smile to the other
members. Mr. Wallace lifted another
mantucri!pt aloft as he again said:
"AMr. S-penker. I ask unanimous con-
r-cut to extend my remarks In the Rec-
or- oai t e improvement of public high-
wa ys.-
This time there were loud laughter
and appreciative applause.
-Mr. Speaker.-" ex:alied the gentle-
mana fro:i Ark;n.a;rs ugiiu. holding up
a third muanuit;erip. -I ask unanimous
consent to exieud moy remarks In the
Record on the subJect of inheritance
and income tax.'
He sat down amid a great roar of
applause and laughter.

Twice during the preset session the
speaker of the house bas caused to be
red aloud rule 13, which forbids
smoking on the floor, says the New
York World's Washington representa-
tive. A few days ago, while the house
was in committee of the whole on the
bill for a new Immigration station
at Philadelphia. Uncle Joe walked
down the center aisle with a lighted
cigar between his fingers. A ripple of
laughter ran through the chamber, but
he was Ignorant of its cause. When
he stopped to talk with Representative
Golden of New York. Mr. Golden
took a cigar from his own pocket and
started to light it.
"Caught In my own trap. by George!"
erel im-d the speaker and darted for
the lobby.
When Governor John A. Johnbu of
Minnesota was in Wabigtou he ran
across J. Adam Bede of the Minnesota
delegation wearing a silk hat, says the
Chicago News.
"I'm going to tell on you,. Adam.
when I get home," said the governor.
who wore an ordinary business suit.
"It will he a hard blow to your con-
stituents to hear you are wearing high
slk hats and putting on airs."
"To tell you the truth. governor. I
have to do It." said Bede. "Down here
in Washington you can't do business
without one. I tried going around
these departments in a slouch bat for
a long time. When I entered an office
I- took off my hat and handed my card
to a clerk and got left every time. Now
I hand them this hat and get every-
thing."



flEK PRt WAY

Scores of Florida Citizens Have
Learned It
If you snffer from backachbe.
There ii one way to cure it.
The perf.-t way is to curt the kidneys.
A nld hack means si,-k kidlu-ys.
Neglect it, urinzary troubles follow.
I )','s Kidney Pill are uade f.r kidneys
.nly.
S. H. Linens, ciarmnaker, living at 1311
A-hle-y .Street. T;ampnu. Fla.. 'says: "I us-d
I)lani'.s Kitney- Iills and they cured nie. u"
lta-karhe ini dlis.rlhr .if thr kidney. T'',.
or lhrer- timiiee on -ouint iof the |ai';in ie aey
Imbk 1 was uinalele to .go to work for overall
days. The S~ecrt'oin of the kideleys were ill
:a very Iadl ondition. *lark in color anid if al-
lowed t- sta-d wouili It ,iii of thI r-i..ist-
ency of jelly. I triid various r' uimuliis taikilaj
what -.enied like gallons of miedlicini. aid 1
al.s put 'n plt:scr!'. hut nothing h all until I gut l)osa's Kidney Pills upon the
alvir" nf a friend of Wiler and msin ltheii a'-
c. ,nlilir tI dinretions they cured me in a v-ry
slotiJ tiume."


For .;Ale by all dealers. Price 5i cents.
Faste-r-Milhurn Co.. Buffalo, New York. sole
-gents for the United States. Remember the
n-ame-I)on's-and take no other.

Appcncicitis a"d Horseback Riding.
The i.a:i !ae*hinid the desk in the ho-
tel sepes and hew.tr many funny bings.
Ialot guests that would make good
reading. hlut It is only occasionally that
he ftids time to tell them to his news-
paper acquaintances. writes the New
York corremoimulent of the Pittslarg
Dispatch. -See that man over there,"
said a hotel e!erk. "That's John H.
Pattison. a manufacturer of Dayton.
0. A man from the Buckeye State
told me a story about him the other
day. He said Mr. Patteson notced his
clerks lacked ginger, and. patterning
after President Roosevelt. he bought a
number of horses and ordered them to
get in the saddle and shake themselves.


c6 at tuWba whphe w_ morput
i l g evr a m ePock, got nerv-
eeder. so he coiena ed a physil who
gave aim a corutSate that be was
threatened wtth appendicitl and that
It would be fatal for bhi to ride beme
back. The certificate was presented to
.3!r. Patttson. Now that clerk Is sorry
be pIrnc-wte It. for the niaufacturer
o-le-ed i-n to t!:e a noaeth's rest.
"*.o tu 'e h.m;*I.lal sad mave your ap-
pmanlIx cut o' Ot :and send It to me with
the bill" The <4erk bad to make good.
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FERTILIZERS

Sed for oe of oir VSmegetable PoapMets ad see
were d bye of the 16ap".. llw l
mama:, ff &etnwihMedroW.It co-


ounces.
Shake well in a bottle and take a
teaspoonful dose after each meal and
at bedtime.
The above is considered by an emi-
nent authority, who writes in a New
York daily paper, as the finest pre-
scription ever written to relieve back-
ache, kidney trouble, weak bladder
and all forms of urinary difficulties.
This mixture acts promptly on the
elnmirnptve tissues of the kidneys, en-
abling them to filter and strain the
uric acid and other waste matter
the blood which causes rhenm nism
Some persons who suffer with the
afflictions may not feel inclined to
place much confidence in this simple
mixture, yet those who have tried it
say the results are simply aurpriaig,
the relief being effected without the
slightest injury to the stomach or
other organs.
Mix some and give it a trial. It
certainly comes highly recommended.
It is the prescription of an eminent
authority, whose entire reputation,
it is said, was established by it.
A druggist here at home when ask-
ed stated that he could either supply
the ingredients or mix the prescrip-
tion for our readers also recommends
it as harmless.

Notice To Teachers
Office of Superintendent of Public In-
struction of Brevard County, Titusvflle,
Fla., Feb. 7th, 1908.
The following is a list of text books
to be used as the basis of the June ex-
amipation, 1908:
Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons
(5c), Maynard, Merrill & Co., New
York.
Beading-any standard author will
answer.
Composition-Maxwell and Smith's
Wri n in English (75c), American
Book .
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65c),
American Book Co., Atlanta.
English Grammar- Metcalf's (60c),
American Book Co.
Florida History-Brevard and Ben-
nett's (60c), American Book Co. and
Fairbanks'. H. & W. B. Drew Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.
U. S. History- Field's Grammar
School ($1), American Book Co.
Geography-Redway's Natural Ad-
avnced ($1.25), American Book Co.
Physiology-Coleman's Elements Of
(90c), The MacMillan Co., Atlanta.
Civil government- Yocum's Civil Gov-
ernment of Florida and the United States
($1), E. 0. Painter Co., DeLand, Fla.
Algebra- Milne's High School (1), The
MacMillan Co., Atlanta.
Pbhyical Geography-Tarr's New ($1)
The MacMillan Co., Atlanta.
Theory and Practice--For all grades
-Classroom Management, by Bagley,
(%1.25), The MacMillan Co., Atlanta,
Ga.
These books may be had of most
book dealers in the state, or from the
publishers by mail, postpaid, on receipt
of price. JOHN R. WALKER.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Stand-
ing Cured
I wart you ti kinow how much C'lasil-er-
laiun' Salve has ilon., ftsr me. It ha, cured
my face .f a skin disease of almost twenty
years' standing. I have been treated by sev-
eral ac smart physicians as we have in this
country and they (lid nar no good. hut two
oxe4oft his salve tas cured ne.-Mrs Fannie
griffinn, Tny. Ala. Chamberlain's Salve is
for sale by Titusville Pharmacy and all deal-
ers.

Robbins Graham Co.

(lacerporated)
Paid-Up Capital $25.000
This '-o..p-y owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucde river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay

PRICES TO SUIT THE TIlES
8ead for land list
OrcmsAT . .
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z\T y MINGS< _- OF THEPRESENT t tJ Express.of-Town Paid on OrdersFor All Out- LATEST NEWSAND Special Sale at Kline's 1 LOCAL GOSSIP 1 1AND B :



5 ; WEEK I the past several weeks we have INCIDENTS Bargains la Erery Department PERSONALS .1,

,- been receiving daily large shipmentsof MONDAY, MARCH. 2, 1908.
our spring and summer line of

-4'.. :agent. totes Pertaining to Events clothing, shoes,hats,men's and boy's Personal Paragraph About People that sand We have yards ready of Manchester more than two cambric thou- Something About the People of Titus-
-
furnishings. Come here or send us
,i l Transpiring,About Tom 1:I your I; orders for your new suit and Travel Here and There I:and Marcelle percale, Bates'searsuck- ville as They Come and Go
: I I ers, A. F. &C., Amoskeag and toile
-; if ..That bacon at Heath & Co's. store is furnishings.I Try Heath & Co. for groceries and 10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for
j I have the latest styles from !du nord ginghams in dozens of different -
simply fine. I I such fine makers save money by their low prices.H. I patterns for dresses,waists or sale. J. R. WALKER.
as Schlo:s Bros. &
3 ;10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for Co., Baltimore and New York, and F. Atkinson, of Miami, was in I I men's shirts, 36 inches wide, 15 cents SEA SHELL souvenirs and other bargain ,
I
saleC. J. R. WALKER. I j other great style leaders. Everything town the first of this week and registered and 19 cents per yard. NOVELTIES. Titusville Pharmacy .

Second-hard bicycles for sale cheapat new and up-t ate.I at Indian River hotel. .High grade trunks and. dress suit Horse and buggy and harness for sale

Indian'River Music House. : We' carry the best goods that mon),I Don't look at your face so often, but cases We at are half receiving price. daily large shipments at a bargain. Inquire at THE STAR of- -
I ey can buy. Each and item
PURE FRESH DRUGS-Careful every look at shoes and if they need ice. 4
prompt, guaranteed, and sold at the most rea- your see of summer dry goods, cloth-
service.. Titusville! Pharmacy.W. "sonable prices. II repairing. Bad weather is coming. Call ing, shoes, ladies' and gents'furnishings :Mr Julius Kline is expected to return i t

: on D. Facignana, shoemaker and repairer. which our Mr. Kline is purchasing the latter
O. W. Attention! Titusville camp One order makes a lasting custo- I part of next week from New ,f
4 No. 141 will have Mondai in New York. York.
;
a log rolling on -
mer.WINSTON Dinner napkins, fine satin damask, '
evening, March 2. A11 Woodmenare S. BRANNING The ladies of the Presbyterian church warranted all pure linen, 27x27 inches Mr. and Mrs. Percy Adams of Cincinnati '

requested to attend. 'The ClothinerStore will hold a window sale of eatables at beautiful designs, exceptionallygood have been visiting their aunt, 1

Mr.'Edward Fitzgerald,Tallahasse, Titusville, Florida. the market of Mr. G.: F. Duren tomorrow at, per doz., 449. Mrs. A. B. Mack, this week.

state inspector of prisons and jails, was (Saturday) afternoon for the purpose Another lot warranted all pure i Good white bacon, lie. per lb.comp.

'in town Wednesday and paid THE STAR "When Smith Came Home"In of raising funds to repair the linen,.27x27 inches, $2.98 per dozen. lard lOc. per lb. Save money and buy = i
church. Cakes, pies,baked beans, candies Dinner napkins, mercerized dam- r
is office a pleasant call, leaving that after- of Heath & Co., Popular Price Grocers. '
the musical farce comedy ask, beautiful designs, 20x20 inches,
noon for Sebastian and Miami. etc., will be on sale. ,
"When Smith Came Home which --- $1.49 per dozen. Another lot 18x18 Capt. Peter Nelson, of North Titus

Mrs. E. L. Brady and little daughter Church Notes incheS, $1.10 per dozen. vine, is building an addition of several '
the Titusville house
to
Lucile returned Saturday from, Fort comes opera on Turkish bath towels with fringe, rooms to his residence. The framing
Thursday next, March 5th, will be There will be service and sermon in I extra quality 60 inches
Pierce accompanied also by her sister, heavy special well along.
Miss Joe Brady, the latter having been seen Fay, Coley and Fay, three of St.Gabriels church,Titusville. next Sunday I 29 cents each. The
Store
at 7:30 p. m. Huck towels, fancy linen damask, Novelty keeps books, sta-
on a visit to relatives there for some the cleverest people on the stage to-
in large size, plain white hemmed, some tionery, novelties, post cards, jewelry,
time. day.! When playing in Winnipeg, Dean Rbbottom will officiate Eau "
have fancy borders, special 49 cents candy and toys, 5-cent and 10-cent 4
News from the speed motorboat races recently, the press had this to say of Gallic next Sunday at 10:30 a. m., and counters. I. M. Dodson. ,

in St. Augustine yesterday are to the them. "The audience laughed till in Melbourne at 7:30 p. m. each.Huck towels, 38 inches long with Mr. O. H. Voss, of Enterprise ,
stopped I ,
effect- that theywere'a failure. Only tears came, while the trio occupied Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at the red striped borders, 12% cents each. off here Tuesdayon his to West .

two started out of five entries and No the stage. They have as a sketch as Baptist church at LaGrange at 11 a. m. Ladies' shoes and oxfords, latest Palm Beach, where he has taken way chargeof
and at Titusville at 7 m. on Sunday spring and summer styles, in patent
Name, of Daytona, broke down. The p.
a
clever a thing as has been seen herein the Seminole hotel for the
owner,
other, the Secret,. Commodore Allen, next. Prayer meeting Wednesday at leather, gun metal, vici; black, tan '
completed the course. many a day. The humor is origi- 3.30p. m.Services. and white, prices from $2.00 to$4.00, Mr. Zapf. Mr. Voss paid THE STAR a

nal, and during the course of their Krippendorff &_Dittmann make.A .. pleasant call. t
Tax Assessor W. H. Hall forced at M. E. church Sunday,
was sale of good substantial umbrellas -
turn they introduce a number of pop- Messrs. A. A. Taylor and S. H.Peck,
to return home Tuesdayfrom his official ular with parodies the March 1st,,at 11 a. m. and twice a day made of ,a sturdy quality of of Cocoa and Rockledge, were in town

visits to assess property account of songs" on for the following week at 3 o'clock and gloria silk, have fine horn, horn and the; first of the week to attend a hear-

ill health. .As-soon as possible he will same. 7:30 o'clock led by Rev. W. W. McCord pearl E silver, gold, pearl _and box- before Jones
publish a list appointments., for those The act spoken of will be given be- and his singer, W. W. Hooten, of At- wood trimmed handles, sizes 26 and ing Judge Tuesday in the
of al
case Taylor et vs. Florida East
places which he has not been able to tween acts one and two. It is'enti anta. You are invited,to attend these 28 inch, at $1.49. 4
I Ladies' plain lisle thread Coast railway, which was postponed un- i
meet according to notice published inTHE tIed "Yachting. musical 'absurdity services. gauze
*. hosiery.. ,gartertops in black and til today owing to absence of their at .
"
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STAB.. : Rev. Hinnon G. Po/tcr, t.esifl'lg t1 tans25'
cents per pair. torney. C
Mr. Geo. U. Irwin was called north der of Jacksonville district, St. Johns 1 Men's lisle thread half hose, high The editor of THE STAR and .
son Ryals
Monday by the receipt of a telegram Jolly Marooning Party River conference, will hold the first I spliced heels and double soles, white, made the run to Eau Galhe in their little

stating that his mother was dying and The houseboat Alma H., of St. Augustine quarterly meeting Eau Gallic Sunday, I black and tan, 25 cents per pair. motor boat Naiade to take in the boat l

left on the 1:12 p. m. train that after- i arrived Monday en route to March 1st, preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30! Lonsdale cambric, 36 inches wide, '
last
races Saturday. The distance 36
Lord's after the special 15 cents per yard. ,
noon for Chicago carrying with him the p. m. supper evening
I Miami. The craft is large and roomy sermon. Quarterly conference Monday: Lonsdale domestic, 36 inches wide, miles, was easily covered in 3ls: hours'
t deep of his friends here.
regrets many with good beam and great carrying special 12$ cents per yard. time with a six horse power motor in a
at 7 All welcome. Dr. J. B.
telegram m.
received from Irwin p.
A Mr. j jsince'
,I capacity and is equipped with a Little Mail orders promptly filled on any 26 foot boat, using 5 gallons gasoline
Hawk[ the will at :
his departure states his mother: pastor, preach City of the above goods. .;
Giant engine. the round trip of 72 miles. )
died before he reached home. Point at 10:30 a. m. March 1st. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville.
:
The Alma was three days out from I
Long Distance Motor Boat Race
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FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES St. Augustine here with the following ]) Unique Houseboat Minnie Lou .

'Shetland floss, Germantown, Saxony passengers on board: Sabin Rob- The houseboat Minnie Lou, a John W.*Graham Married Tomorrow, the 29th inst., the long

Gas'mantle and chimneys, lamps bins and wife, Miss Hazel Robbins, unique and comfortable craft,with a i :Mr. John W. Graham and Miss AnnaD. distance motor boat races will start

Art squares line back, carpets combs,,rugs inlaid, mattingsNew plain Miss Ruth Robbins, of Middletown, party of Minnesotans on board,spent Zelley, of Miami, were married on from St. Augustine to Palm Beach ..'

Transparent post card envelopes"If Ohio; Mrs. Alexander Sholl and Monday night at this place. The the 22nd inst., Washington's birthday. for the Commodore Allen trophy,
can't find it Announcements to this effect were received donated the Halifax River 5 '
try" by Yacht
you Miss Mabsl Sholl, of Quincy, Illi- houseboat is shoved forward by a''
CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 3-1 here Tuesday. The groom is the club, of Daytona. I
and
nois
; Dr. Mrs. Edward Quarles, small gasoline launch when the windis
eldest of former resident of Ti- "
son a
of Mt. Savage Md. Miss Rachel This prize,one of the most valuable
; unfavorable towards using
a
square business
Four Pickerts Tomorrow Night tusville and a well known man '.
Thornton, of Ellenville, N. Y.; Mrs. sail. The Minnie Lou was built at of the whole east coast, Dr. W. S. Graham ever offered for any event, must be ,
,All the theater goers will be de- won three times by the boat
Jack Hartson and Mr. Chas. Edmin- same
Daytona Beach and will be followed of Miami. THE STAR sends con
}Jighted to that the Four Pick-
know}
before it becomes his
ster (the builder of the Alma) of owner perma-
: by a sister craft called the Dakotah. gratulations. I
erts company who, a few days ago, nent It is valued 1
property. at $2,000.In .
St. Augustine, with Mr. Dan Allen, The captain of this craft has spent
charmed the people with their splen- of the Ancient City, as pilot. The some twenty winters in Florida Return of the FavoritesA. I this event Daytona will be the
did will .at the Titusville I
acting play
party reported a very pleasant trip waters and has solved the houseboat G. Allen's Big Minstrel Show, firstpointofcontrolandfirststopping i_

Opera House tomorrow, Saturday so far with fair weather. Unfortu-I' question to his satisfaction both as to which has been here before and has place. Then the contestant's time
night, Feb. 29th. As this will be thePickerts' will be recorded and will
nately they got aground in the canal comfort and ability to navigate the always given general satisfaction,! they remain (
last play here this sea- until the close of the week
of tine
above Ormond and were delayed 2 i shallow inland waters of the whole advertised to appear in Titusvill t
son every one should turn out to en- tournament on the Ormond-Daytor.a: r ;
hours in getting into Daytona. They coast line. March 2nd.
joy a rare treat. It affords us pleas- have made only a few stops and run --- The company is said to include all beach, and during that time three -

ure to praise those who merit praise only during the day time, anchoringat Fine Monday Offerings of Men's the old favorites and has been augmented will be a two days regatta at Day-4; ;

and we are proud to that this is ClothingThe .
say tonaWednesdayandThursdaywhentwenty
night except when at some important considerably in point of members ?

one of.the best companies now on the: place en route. They will man who wants to brightenup Many new features have been prize silver cups will be Y/ i

road. See and hear them and be convinced -:, his wardrobe can do it now at very awarded. $ t'
spend a half day in Rockledge, a few added and the performance is said to lit
Reserved seats on sale at little cost. Stylish, splendidly madeA. i Then the boats entered in the iong-
and better than
be
hours in Melbourne, anu a day in fully up to even
B.Kirsehbaum suits and overcoatsin
Branning's Clothing Store at 75 cents; I I distance race will start for Rock- .
Palm Beach. The Alma left Tues- these reduced price groups: the high standard of excellence set #>

general admission 50 cents, children day for Rdckledge. Black, oxford and fancy mixed ;jby them when here last: season. The ledge, where it is expected a single

25 cents. overcoats at $S8 to$15.00. All were seating arrangements of the tent day's regatta will be held for prizes

Fine Place For Sale much more. have been re-arranged and every I valued at $500. At the conclusion of
MusicaleA Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots, I the Rockledge races the long distance
Fine orange grove property at City black thibcts and unfinished care has been taken for the comfort
musicale will be given at the resi- Point Indian river. of worstedsat j race will be resumed to Palm Beach,
dence of Mrs. T. T. Wetmore Friday on Sixty acres $10.00 to 1650. and convenience of the patrons, so the terminus of the event.
land, 2,000 bearing trees, tangerines
afternoon, March 6th, from 3 to 5:30 grape-fruit.. GooddwelLnjr oranges A very unusual gathering of men's that they can enjoy a first class min-I ---- -

for the benefit of St. Gabriels church. house well supplied with water by windmill white shirts at $130 and colored strel performance under canvas. Wood For Sale j
Admission 25 cents.
j
Everybody come
and tank. Excellent barn, servant's shirts at $1.00.Neglige e
------ -- Pine oak, length. Also plow-
and help a good cause. or any
house, etc. A beautiful and ideal coat style with cuffs attached
Cash Discount WithdrawnOn I!mg and harrowing. See or address J. 4
-*. spot for a winter home and with proper made of finest quality of I W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
Photograph Gallery management could be made to pay large cambric, madras and fancy cheviotsever March 1st we will discontinue ouri --- ---- -----

.Gp to Faust, the photographer, on returns. Apply to W. B. Hentz, City used in shirts at this price, various -i plan of making a discount of **5 percent WantedOne
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Julia street, for artistic photos. Al Point. Fla.Orange_ sleeve lengths, $1.00 each. for cash with order. A new net cash ; hundred hens small sized
h _ price list will be issued on that dale. laying ,
work first class and promptly attendedto. Another lot at 50 cents each worth
I : broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and
If do receive will
not
pastel, water colors and and Grapefruit Trees you one a postal
Crayon,
75 cents and Palmhurst hotel Titusville.'s J
I $1.00.Men's bring it to I I game, at f
oil paintings a specialty. you. _ _
Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. on high shoes and oxfords, smart EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. n .
hickory hammock. Free from white and dressy, patent leather, vici gunmetal I i i, For Sale Cheap For Cash

The Alpine Hotel fiy. One year to two year old buds. and Russia leather, in black For Sale About 88 acres of good high land on I !
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- Prices from 25 to 35 cent.?. Carefully and tan. Hanan, M. A. Packard and the east or ocean side of the Indian river t ;
ager. On the European plan-furnished packed and delivered at Oak Hill W. L. Douglass makes, prices $2.50to I 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pig; at at the Narrows, described as follows: ,
rooms and quick lunch. Cen- station. J. W. GRIFFIS, $6.00. $>.00 per pair, if taken at 2 month old Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
about 6 weeks old also Berkshire
trally located. Shiloh, Fla. Juuus KLINE. I now ; : tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
Titusville Fla. brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in' east. This land is unimproved, but finely e

Nursery Stock for Sale fine cordition. AddressE. ) located. For further particulars ad- F
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... Draying t. B. ARNOLD, :. dress E. M. Low, F
Citrus stock grown on high pine Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly For Sale Malabar, Fla. Brockton, Mass. .

land. Indian River Nurseries, estab-, attended to. Meet all trains.H. Two fine lots,corner of Palm and Garden --- -
lished 1886. Send for catalogue. E. HOLTOX. I streets. Titusville. Front on Palm ; A cool drink at a cool place at t A cool drink at a cool place at

.. Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla.I I Titusville, Fla. street over 150 feet. JOHN HE.NR 1 MA. DY'S. i MANDY'S. .

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,. LIFE IN WASHINGTON.Incidents I One of-the clerks who'had never put
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i*: f B 'fORTUNES A PERIL his leg over a horse's- back, got nervous & .

'7" ., .. .. .. That Depict Phases of Its prostration when he beard of the

;; -. .; ..J ... Lighter Sid. order so he consulted a physician who

-. ";'' f.. ; -J' Representative Wallace of ArkansasIs gave him a certificate that he was THE MAPES

J; t' ':. Educator. Sees Menace_ now the champion rapid fire speech I threatened with appendicitis and thatIt D t
r; would! bo fatal for him to ride horse-
; In Unequal Distribution. maker of the house, says a Washington
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of New
correspondent the York
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t yr :- 4 The other be made three P ltttl'On.ow that clerk L> sorry
) i Times day D
i" SPECiFIC'REMEDIES. be presented It. for the n: nufactureroiled FERTILIZERStE
POINTS I I speeches each several pages long In
I bin to take a C'0-ith's rest.
the Congressional Record, all in one

: .,. .\.. "."'C''''' I I minute. During the brief discussion MJo tw f'c! h.jp.>ial null hue jonr appendix t
cut ot: and scud It ta me with Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see I ,
of an appropriation for free seeds
Professor Edward A. Ross Tells Membars i
brought In by the appropriations committee the bill. The clerk had to make ;good. from the reports there made what good results F'.
'..-t. of Chicago's City Club Cure of the Manures this
Chairman Tawney said: were had by the use Mapes 1\\

: '- ,. Rests With Society and the Govern "1 yield one minute to the gentle- SIMPLE MIXTURE SAID ... year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It contains ...)
{ ntf < ment -Fears ,Growth of Fortunes. man from Arkansas, Mr. Wallace." r) lots of valuadle information. Apply to f

"If the Inequalities of wealth distribution Mr. Wallace arose and his thick TO RELIEVE VICTIMS Titusville a
; E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at
c In this country Increase during white mane flew back in the air as I
his sonorous voice began "I come here Jos. Paxton Rockledge
rapidly in ,
the next fifty years as as
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.\.: the past economic inequalities will be to bury Caesar, not to praise him." Mil This Simple Helpful Recipe at J. M. Sanders, Cocoa D

gt The house Immediately turned In Its .
"f reflected in.our social and political in- chair and took notice. Home and Try it, Anyway A. T. Patillo, 44 Osteen

[ : v Btitntlons." "Mr. Speaker," he continued In the S. Bergmann, Merritt
Get from pharmacist
prescription -
any 1
Thus spoke Professor Edward A. same eloquent tone, "1 ask unanimous I l

Rosa of the University of Wisconsin consent to extend my remarks in the the following a or to j. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville t

i before the City club in Chicago the Record on the tariff question." Fluid extract dandelion, one-half 4

other day in an address on "The Problem This brought a smile to the other ounce; compound kargon, one ounce; 7ZAo 1

of Individual Accumulation of members. Mr. Wallace lifted another compound syrup sarsaparilla, three

manuscrik.t aloft as he again said:
Wealth In the United States says the ounces.
Mr.: pecker I ask unanimous con-
Chicago RecordHerald."It Shake well in a bottle and take a
is of fundamental importance to rest: to extend: my remarks in the Ree-

* '" determine the conditions under which oij on tile improvement of public high teaspoonful dose after each meal and J
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL
: $ future fortunes will be created" he I ways. at bedtime.

,3 continued. "Make these conditions Title time there were loud laughter The above is considered by an eminent -

t .,. 'more equitable and the great moan- and appreciative applause."Mr. authority, who writes in a New TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY S, 1908
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tains of wealth will gradually disappear i lt'.lker.tal":1imcd: the gentleman .
flora: Arkan's ug-ain holding upa York daily paper, as the finest pre- No. 99,No. 33 No. 29'' '|No. 78 No. 74 No. 95 1

t ; third ask unanimous Daily I Daily | Daily I STATIONS. I Daily | Daily Daily .
** "Not only is it the duty of society by mmu"l''ipt.I scription ever written to relieve backache -
consent to vzteud remarks in the 800 pm luooam< 700 am Lv..Jacksoavtlle.Ar' 7*) pm: i;' pm I I'Warn
> abrogating privilege bursting monopoly my kidney trouble, weak bladder 910pm 1100 am 83) am Ar..........St. Augustlne.Lv 620 pm, 640 pm 7UaallaM 1
Record on th ? subject of inheritanceand 1168 LT.. .......East l'alatkL..Lv 513 54 (
am 928am pm : JIm
safeguarding common Interests income tax. and all forms of urinary difficulties. 1152 pm IZa pm .......... Ar......... .Hotel Ormond..........LTLT _"' 41.pma :..........
r and clearing the paths of opportunityto the 1202 am 135' pm 1105 am Ly_ .._ ... -.Ormond__ 22 pm 1 3&& pm 432 am
hinder the accumulation of great lie sat down amid a great roar of This mixture acts promptly on 12U am 145 pm 1117 kmUuon'n LT....:.......DavtonaLT ..............LvLv 307 pm,, 3U I.m 41. am
applause and laughter. eliminative tissues of the kidneys, en- lass am 222 pm ...........hew gmyrna........... 230 pm 317 Im i 345 aat
: fortunes by means other than unique 166 am 817 pm 112 pm Lv..Titusville.- 112 pm: 21.. I'm 2. a.
transcendent social but abling them to filter and strain the 239 am 355 pm 200 pm LT............RocklecUeLT ............Lv.Lv 1327 pm U7 pm f. 144 a.
and service Twice during the present session the .......... 236 pm ............EauOallle............ 1161 am,..........''....__
t44 enormous 'edstlng'fortunes: and for uric, acid and other waste matter ...._ 247 pm Lv..Melbourne..L. 1141 am.i.--': +
?' tunes certain to be amassed in spite of I speaker of the house has caused to be I. 6lam 600 pm 450 pm LT..........Fort Pierce.......... .. Lv. IOOOaml1 pm 1111 pas .
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read aloud rule 13, which forbids the blood which causes rheumatism. 715 am 755 pm 655 pm Ar........\\e!>t Palm Beach.......Lv. 74G amt 941 .m 906 pas
r + & society's endeavors should be planed 1 725 am 803 pm 705 pm Ar..Royall'oincian..L. 730 am, 9&.m .10 pm
smokIng on the floor says the New Some persons who suffer with the 7 35 sin 812 715 LT .Breaker.Lv amp (tat J
s down to wholesome proportions by a 1015 am 1025 pm pm 1010 pm pm Ar:::::::::::::.Miami...: ..:::..:::Lv I: amp, n :: J :: pm
0 graduated inheritance tax. York World's Washington represent afflictions may not feel inclined to 1100 am ...........'630 am LT_............JIiamL.Ar ..............Ar,. 230) pus............. 360 pin
th e. A few days ago, while the house 1140 '930 am .... .Homestead .Lv'1140 amLv pan
Some of the specific remedies advocated was in committee of the whole on the place much confidence in this simple 400 ;: :::::::::.I.:I ......... Ar.::::..Knight Key Dock:...::: |........ .I'I:::::::::: ;: an
by Professor Ross are: mixture, yet those who have tried it Daily except !Sunday
bill for stationat
a new immigration
The withdrawal from entry and sale PALATKA BRANCH
Philadelphia. Uncle Joe walked say the results are simply surprising,

: of"Protection government of oil the and Independent coal lands. busI- down the center aisle with a lighted the relief being effected without the Leave E3.t EAST PALATKA I Arrive I I Leave I'ALATKA TO I I Arrive
TO PALATKA Pal atka'' Pal&tka EAST PALAT::A'pakj sia
ness man from brutal trust methods. cigar between his fingers. A ripple of slightest injury to the stomach or Pal&tk& \ -

r laughter ran through the chamber. but 620 am ........No. 46 Daily........ 540 am 515 .m ........ o. 47 D..ly=_ edt .;
"Establishment of postal savings other organs. 620 am ........No. 48 Dallv........ 640 an: 9(0)am VV.No.4lIla: I. 99irat
3 S banks and public utility commissions. he was Ignorant of its cause. Whenhe 935 am ":'?.._.No. 50 D.ly.955&m llSJara !:..::::.N.>. i 1No. DJi.! ..... 'u.. ..
,. stopped to talk with Representative Mix some and give it a trial. It 120o pm ........\0.52 Daily....... 1225 pm 3W : : :........ 5.; JI.Y'... ....! J2U pea
p ,i.\ "Publicity for corporation affairs and certainly highly recommended.It 415 pm ........ o.M Daily....... 435pm I 44ap m i........No. 65No. llL.y. .... I I'. r..
," government regulation of stock and Goulden of New York. Mr. Goulden comes (50 pm ........No. 66 Dally....... 610 pm 940 p-a ...... 67 11..1...... ,I.M M
'itf r. bond Issues." took a cigar; from his own pocket and is the prescription of an eminent : 1015pm ......No. 58 Pally........ 10.1 m 1040 pm I ......No 54 r'A.Iu.. at

':f" The distribution recent and present, started to light it authority, whose entire reputation, SAN MATEO BRANCH

" J of In the United States was "Caught In my own trap by Georgerexclaimed Leave Arrive Leave Arrive
property it is said, was established by it. EAST PALATKA SAN MATEO TO
Ja.st I
the and darted for
.t.-t-; < .* such as to aggravate Inequalities of the lobby. speaker A druggist here at home when ask- PiIoIatka TO SAN MATEO Mateo Mateo EAST P.\LATKA ,palitka

.,J i possession. Professor Ross declared. 4ro am ........No. 45 Daly... ..... 450 am 455 tm ....... o. 48 Dally .... UJ a.
: "Small fortunes" he continued. "may ed stated that he could either supplythe 325 pta .........No. 53 Dally. ....... S4Spm SWam .......Ta 54 D.lly. ......1 I 410..
KJ" When Governor John A. Johnson of mix the 1105 jlm ........ o. 59 DaIe..1125 >m 1110 Dm ........No. M J'.':r ,,, 11x} ..re
:& be regarded as the materialization of ingredients,or prescription -
t't I \ productive Ideas. To hinder them Minnesota was in Washington he ran for our readers also recommendsit 0n' 1\0.Snn.n So.19 10Dail17MAYPORT 1\0. IS M" :S"inn.Only m. ( gala
across J. Adam Bede of the Minnesota i I
r would shackle genius and discourage Only Dally cx Sun. BRANCH Dally I Only Daily
harmless.*
{ i. ( delegation wearing a silk hat. says the as
I
t < the production of wealth. Very great 200pm I010am 4100 pm 800amLt.JacksonUle..Ar: 750 am JD r.oo'-
.4; fortunes have something back of themI'i Chicago News. 2.aOI'M 10Wam 640 pm _840 am ;Lv. _Pablo Beach.... ... 650.m 11219 JIm ut pm
k.- ;? Notice To Teachers 2 1056am 646 : ,
"I'm going to tell on you. Adam. 61'm pm 846am'Lv. Atlantlclieach..Lv.IHamll13pm napa
.t besides personal ability or individual 300Jlm lt10am 700' m ........}. rt.. .... h 630am ''lr.on'n: too .i..mNo
when I get home, said the governor
Office of of Public In-
ideas. They root in a social situation. Superintendent .3 No. I No.Z No.4 No. II I No. 13
who wore an ordinary business suit Orange City Branch Sallferd Branch j
struction of Brevard Titusville
:; '* : "Among the principal factors deter County, Dally Daily Dally Dally DaUy lhtllJ
% "It will he a hard blow to your constituents Fla., Feb. 7th 1908. I
, <' mining the number and magnitude of :15 pm 930am Lv. ew Smyrna Ar. 100 pm 630 pm 630 am L..Tltunll1e 100 "m
to hear you are wearing high The following is a list of text booksto 400 pm 1100am Lv.Lake Helen Lv.:1216: pm 601 I'm 1130 am I'.Ar. Sanford Lv. 1000 piliHII'm
.E great American fortunes are social silk hats and putting on airs. be used as the basis of the June examination l1Oam! ,Lv.Orange City Lv.,12o5 pm UO pm .......... ...._.......... .._.._.
.*. growth. Increasing land and franchise 1908'OrthographyReed's -I1; m 113)amlAr.Orange, City Je.1200n'n _41O! pm ............................ .... ..........
"To tell you the truth governor I ,
'- .:'* \ values social institutions like land Word Lessons Connectloas made a'Miami,with stea.shlps VE the P. aDd O. 9.S. Company.for
have to do it. said Bcde MDo;vn here Naallaa.
ia ownership the recognition of vested In Washington you can't do business' (((25c), Maynard, Merrill & Co., New Connections made at Knight Kr DOCk for Hey West and Havana. I>lret !ib'p..eoTbe. .
Interests and freedom of incorporation i York.
y s without one. I tried around *. TIMF TABLES show tbe time
going at whlcb train maybe ezp ctrd to arrh -
standard author will
social such as tariffs grantsT Beading-any ..And from the
policies depart Several stations
v these departments In a slouch hat fora ; bat their arrival or departure at the times
to railroads. unequal taxation and ret answer. stated is not guaranteed,nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for sap delay
S long time. When I entered an office Composition-Maxwell and Smith's or say consequence arlojng therefrom.
of governmental functions .
llnquLshment took I off my hat and banded my cardto Writing in English (Toe), American For COPT of tha r. -alTio>Card or Other Inf nna'ioai
;. to private hands social negligence a clerk and got left every time. NowI Book Co. "SEE rrIIE TTC1U1': : AGENT,"

t..t permitting tax dodging land hand them this hat and get every- Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65c), .r RAHNER. Assistant General Pass Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

t- stealing, adulteration promoters' swindles thln ." American Book Co., Atlanta.

> : rebating, mismanagement of in- English Grammar-Metcalf's (60c), --- ---
.. durance companies monopolistic corn4. American Book Co. --
t.
,- binations and other abuses. Florida History-Brevard and Ben

.It: ; f., "Millionaire families are not tending 1 THE[ PERFECT WAY nett's (60c), American Book Co. and ... ...
j ,. Fairbanks', II.&W. Ii. Drew Co., Jack-
it r:t: to extinction nor great family fortunes sonville, Fla.

,!i to dissipation. If present tendencies U. S. History-Field's Grammar

1 ;x : continue In bill a century 00 per cent Scores of Florida Citizens Have School ($1)), American Book Co. A sore Trodhsa %

j' of the wealth in the United States will Learned It Geography-Redway's Natural Ad- .

.r: ;'"* be owned by not more than a hundred avnced ($1.25), American Book Co.PhysiologyColeman's k dangerous malady f' 1H
*t carefully organized and Intermarried If you snflVr from backache Elements CM

.jT*t family groups. There H cue way to cure it. (90c), The MacMillan Co., Atlanta. biilyou don'U need a'

: "The suffocating luxury and ostentation The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.A !. Civil government-Yocum's Civil Gov-

"'r. bud back metro suk kidneys ernment of Florida and the United States tie sock around t
I' of the ultra rich foster class bitterness a )
t Neglect it, unuaty troubles followDwn'i ($1), E. O. Painter Co., DeLand. Fla 1your
t % arouse the spirit of mammon- Algebra-Milne's High School (1)),The .
Pill made fur
Kidney are kidneysan1y. tit
I' neck to ill
" .. ism, commercialize matrimony destroy MacMillan Co., Atlanta. cure ..
';a. character and prompt the middle class Phvrical GeoIl"8phy-Tarr's New ($1). "" d
8. 15. Lemons, nrarmaker, living at 1311 "
to race suicide. The Mac\liJlan-Co:, Atlanta. 5?
Tbe hereditary transmission of large .l,hley Street, Tampa, Flo., says: "I uvdDiun's Theory and I'ractcc-For: all grades MmuBMfl viz? :

\ .8 fortunes leads to degeneration in the Kidney Tills and they cured me of -Classroom Management, by Baglev, fJ1)BArr R D : :

[ family thus excaipted from the stru- I!Uu.ka<'he and di>.trier of the kidneys Tvoor ( 1.25)f The MacMillan Co., Atlanta, \) pr.iNSMENT /

gle for existence. three lima on >f the IMIII in lav Ga.These I'SNOf /

bark I wa unable to p<* to work for several boooks may be had of most 1 :
f -It Is foolish to say that the governW book dealers in the state from the
or I iJ :;;:
days. The secretions of the kidneys were ina : .2V
: onlooker the
ment should be an U.e at publishers by mail, postpaid, on receiptof .
" bad condition dark in color and if !
very 1 H
: struggle for wealth The government price. JOHN R. WALKER, .w. a'. L'rtf xar..., ; <.. n ___ _
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has taken In lowed to stand woul bet'(.tne of the o'nMeucv of Public Instruction.
, takes null always n part Superintendent i rfiQ V *c
of jelly. I tried various n medics taking j< T7:I' c::**: inat tiirtMt in Lort order Si= J*
. the tnvsle. and without the govern' what seemed like of and J I ----
gallons medicine
3; Iari's Snow Uniratrt
nitrates the
I went these great fortunes would IK a" ali 1 put oo pi;tilers. but nothing heiid ne at I Skin Disease Twenty Years' Stand- g IF-* 1.'" .''CVXiIUt. : ,1.. ,.., V'LilntlScIes o pores.. ;.'ic..:-t-
mute : .: .
! ''t- impassibility. Fortunes owe their exIslence all until got: IWn's Kidney Pills upon the ? a y.
' a.h-il"f of a friend of wine and using them ac- ing CuredI "T 'T- i1
t to the protection of the pin' f k.iS .n.!_Tl. .ICurSSPIS, :
irdms t"directions they cured me in a very; want tll know how much Chaml :: ::
TRC
*" you cr
5 '.. Ical might of organized siety. short time." Iain's Salve has don- for me. It has cured a VU :) 'WCUC3. OLD SORES, SHF:

' r' For :Sale bv all dealers. Price oil cent*. my f Neglected Colds Threaten Life F\ott'r.lilhutn Co.liutfaloNew York sol' years standing I have been treated by several -

t. ifl. [From the : Luaso: Tribune] agents for the. United Mates Remember the a"smart physicians as we hare in this i GAVE INSTANT
country anti they did me no gad, but two RELIEF.
Dunn -and take
\ n:ime- s no other.
** dVHT for I
: cold' gllud
1.. "Dim't trifle with a : is
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I boxes of this salve lia.>curulme.-Mrs Fannie
'. .9. prudent men and wo 11..0. It maybe vital (intfan, Troy Ala. Chamberlain's Salve is Rent;' Stone Provo, Utali.writes: "I have used Ballard'c

l'I f iu the case of a child. l'rniWr foo ,j g< "d \'t'n Appincicitis and Horseback Riding for sale by Titus ilIe Pharmacy and all deal- Snow v.-hi h Liniment for Neuralgia, Tooib-ache and SOft Throat, I
s t y "<' the The thaI tlt.tillthe desk in the hotel ers. 11ron, application: gavp mo instant relief. I can recomJLjDiniiit -
tilatiun and dry. warm clothing are prt'i- .
; : ;z mend it as being! the bus t I havo used
-------- ever
4 ,f, hafeguards: et::aiu:colds. If they are ro"iu. sees and hear many funuy thlns Fain caused from curnlgia**., de.** in curing
'. weather of .. abut guests that would make good
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tamed through the iliangeallw
ilf Robbins & Graham Co. PRICE
25C 50c AND $1.00
- w inter and spring:,the chances of asarV reading; bat it is only occasionally that
he Ends time to tell them to his newspaper -
t. prise from ordinary colds will be slight; But (Incorporated)

,: the ordinary light told will become severe i if acquaintances, writes the New Ballard
Sill
./' neglected. and a well established, ripe cold w York corn>spol1dt'nt of the rittthur Paid-Up Capital $25.000 Liniment Co.

f .;. 1 to the germs of diptheria what honey is to the Dispatch. See that man over there," This company owns lands in the 500-502 North Second

r bee. The greatest menace to
t dr t season of the year is the neglected cold. Pattison. a manufacturer of Dayton. Lucie river, at New river and on ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
: C hcther it is a child or adult the'cold slight O A man from the Buckeye State Biscayne bay
I '\ .or severe, the very best treatment that can be told me a story about him the other ESSSESBHSi

s .t adopted is Chamberlain's Cough remedy. It day. lie said Mr Pattison noticed his PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend
+ .. is safe and sure. The great popularity and Sold and Recommended
VV } C sale of this preparation has been attained by; clerks lacked ginger and. patternIngafter byTitusvillo
: ita remarkable cures of this ailment. A cold President Roosevelt, he bought II for land list

".,:' '" never results in pneumonia when it is given number of horses and ordered them to OrncEBAT. Pha.rzn.D.oy: and
V Titnsville Pharmacy and all drug.
sale
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V lists. get TITUSVILLE AM MIAMI. :armor Drug Store

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prove very rapidly the guests'found a [ Do Yew Think
OFHEWSDJ PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTS GOLD IN LOCUST POSTS.Poor .
trained nurse in.this.city and had the For Yourself ?

young lady sent to the nurse's house LacTa Find
Lucky Through
an
ri'I Announcements under this heading$3.00, Or.d you open your mouth like a young
FAIR FLORIDA where she will be cared for until her Act of Kindness.
published until the first primary with an exception gulp down whatever food or me 11. '

recovery is complete. "Truly charity made of$SL50 for county commissioners Samuel N. Brown a contractor of ine m be offered yon? 1.d .
;;-Q.t; and members of the school board, the fee
and compassion are the greatest of all to be paid advance. Hlllsboro, O. just after Christmas pur- + *

i1Hfls. -- Being Done Towards the De- virtues of the human family and such chased from a Ripley (0.) firm of lumber intelligent thinking woman >s #

For Member of School BoardTo dealers a large lot of locust posts In need of\eJef from weakness nervousness, tRain
dt Telopment of the Peninsula actions are a lesson and incentive to and surafpg.then It means much to '
which had been cut within short distance -
others' to do likewise.:Miami News- the Voters of Brevard County, you that tberfcA tried and true h ...htmedtel05 -
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< After a delightful banquet Wednes- of Rfpley for shipment north. & 1r"Qw' ('OvPO'mo"IIIJd b .
::" Orient Record. 1 respectfully announce myself as a The first carload of these posts went d Aghts for the ci>r@of WOEanS ills. ?I
the
1iay'even1ng at Grand. restaurant
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W It The makers of Dr. Plerce's Favorite Prescription
Ing there were two rather rough -
; : Florida Electric Company the independent embalming ever performed In this city shall appreciate the support of alL
t..ft
I A.JCARTI looking timbers passed into the car, ,for the cure of weak nerrovu, rundown '

> 1t telephone men of Florida, met was accomplished successfully yesterday says a Ripley correspondent of.the Cincinnati .oTer-worked.debilitated, pain-racked if!
I'
women knowing this medicine to be made
{ ('. :. and went into permanent organization by W. W. Smith, the professional I Notice Enquirer. The consignment of Ingredients, every one of which has the up 4.

r ?: '" to be known as'the, Florida State Telephone embalmer, who is now connected withH. reached Cleveland promptly and \tas strongest possible Indorsement'of the leadingand
To the Voters of Brevard
'. association, W. G. Brorien, of M. King of this city. The work 'I County. unloaded in the yards in the Lake Ci ,v.Mr. standard authorities of the several &
""- Thanking you for past favors I again Brown's Inspector was there to receive schools of practice are perfectly willing, and
; -! Tampa, :was elected president; E. E was that preserving the carcass of beg to announce myself as a candidatefor them and promptly cast aside the in fact. are only too glad to print as they doe ;

Voyle, of Gainesville, vice-president; the monster trunk back turtle which re-election to the office of clerk of the formula,or list of ingredients, of which

'. t and G. R. McKean, of Ocala, secretary was captured last week by Capt. Chas. the circuit court of Brevard county sub- two lying timbers apart.A as'rejected. leaving them bottle it is composed in plain Englah on every c
ject to the action of the Dem- wrapiuer.
find 'treasurer. The next meeting of Thompson anddied a short time after coming ,
;::, ocratic primary and would thank you little fourteen-year-old boy was In ( fff iff tff Iff
the association will foe held at Ocala, being placed in the aquarium. The kindly for your the yard with a hand cart gathering The formula of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- t

.< ,at a date to be decided on by the turtle was embalmed at the request of support.Respectfully, chips and kindling refuse to take to scription of medical will bear experts the most for critical It contains elimination

t president and vice-president. At this Geo. T. Bishop of Cleveland, 0., who A. A. STEWART.For the home of his widowed mother near alcohol narcotics, harmful,or babit-fornthlg no a

,:f" meeting the committee on constitution was with Capt. Thompson when it was by. The hustling chap was asked by drugs, and no agent enters Into It that Is not
Supt. Public Instruction the kind hearted inspector if he would highly recommended by the most advanced t. ?
and by-laws will make their report.- caught Mr. Bishop will send the
or To the Voters of Brevard like to take the two posts home with and leading medical teachers and authorities *;
'f;;" \Tampa Times. big reptile, to his northern home Cointy. him. The lad was only too glad to accept of their several schools of practice "
Yielding to the solicitation of These authorities recommend the Ingredient
where it will be many
to
prepared occupy a the offer. The boy on reaching
DeLand will soon be connected with friends, I announce myself as a candi- Of Dr. 'rce'5 t avonte Prescription forth*
: permanent place in his residence. No his squalid back borrowed
date for nomination before the yard quarters or etictlrtheiTne '
.: 'Jacksonville by the long-distance tele- coming cure ailments forwjitH tr
4.: doubt the turtle will prove a great curiosity primaries. I an ax and proceeded to split the ?orlQ-ramed medifine" adYl.-d. 1!
f phone. Rowe of the DeLand
t' ::' Manager to those who see It at Mr. Bish If nominated and re-elected I shall use gnarled! pieces of locust In the first '"' '

I:. \ Telephone Company, has completed! op's home as it is indeed a rare ani- my best effort, as in the past, to promote piece chopped into he found a big No other medicine for woman's Ills has any -t
'arrangements with the Bell Telephone the interest of our whole public piece of yellow metal. larger than a silver such professional endorsement as Dr.Pierce
q mal, and even in these waters, where school Favorite has
Company for a long distance service system. Respectfully, dollar. Prescription received in theen-
:
they live the year round, these pecu- JOHN R. WALKER. Much astonished he took the yellow qualified recommendation of each of Its
between here and the Florida
.. metrop- several ingredients by scores of leading medical ..
liar looking things are objects of great piece to his mother asking what it .
men of all the .schools of practice. Is
oils, and other places for that matter. For Tax AssessorTo .
Interest Miami NewsRecord.The might be. and she although of the such an endorsement not worthy of your

:: This will supply a long-felt need, as the People of Brevard County. opinion that it was money directed consideration:: T .

the demand for connections with other city of Pensacola has been ad- I respectfully announce myself as a him to take the piece to a certain ,v th ,V fit

cities has been very strong, and steadily vised that the Cleveland brokeragefirm candidate for re-election as county tax Cleveland banker she knew and ascertain A booklet of ingredients with numerons

t growing. Well, this is another incitation who purchased the recent $350- assessor. Trusting my work has met If it bad any value. The child leading authoratiTe medical profeskraal authorities endorsements of this country by; the, I

of the rapid growth and com- 000 city Improvement bond issue has your approval, and thanking you for hastened to the banking house, and will be mailed free to any one sending name

your support, I remain yours truly, when the man of money saw the coin and address with request for same Addresj
mercial of DeLand. It
development tailed to take the issue. The firm
up W. H. HALL. be asked where it came from demanding Dr. E. V. Pierce. Buffalo N. Y.

snows that the business affairs of the lidding in the bonds offered the best of the youngster to tell him If

community have outgrown the ordinary ;. price for them, and this was accepted, NoticeI there were any others like It where -

means of communication. but no deposit was required, inasmuchas respectfully announce myself as a this one was found. The boy did not The Most J' hodle Sit of Yacht sad BlMIo

Land Supplement.The the concern, located in Cleveland.was candidate- at- the next- primary. -election- know. The banker then took him Into BuiUinf Boo*,ever Pubbtked w

for re-election as sheriff of Brevard his automobilE.. and they whirled awayto
believed to be and
Griffing Company of Macclenny, responsible county. I would appreciate the earnest where the wood pile lay. RUDDER

Flap has something like 800 acres set would take the issue, which was to be support of all our people. Sure enough there it all was*Intact- HOW-TO BOOKSOver

delivered on or before January 1. The Yours truly,
out to peaches at Komoko, Richland ax, locusts and chips-and when the
JOSEPH P. BROWN. boats have been built from the fines
and Griffing. Prospects up to date, so bonds which were somewhat delayel banker made several more whacks into printed in these books-Successfully tailed In

by the engraver, were delivered to the the old wood the result dIsclosed nine every dime and upon every sea-Full detail .
Mr. the most :
Griffing reports, are en- For Tax CollectorTo drawing: of all parts, showing what it is and
couraging in the history of the Indus New York agents prior to the date more big yellow spheres exactly like how to nuke ItT ut extremely simple.

in Florida. The trees so far are named, but were not taken, the bu '. the Voters of Brevard County: the one which had been brought to HOW TO BUIlD A RACER FOR $:SO
try
I
I herewith announce my candidacy for him for examination. They proved to H font ro"nttott Lurk.fm.j t.....ild.franc*aIIla..
perfectly dormant the weather In Jan. ers making excuses on account of the sweep; good iaemg tat for m boy t.le-.U.byimM t..
the office of tax collector of Brevard be ten fifty-dollar gold pieces of the
being Just cold enough to keep them money stringency. Finally the buyers county. If elected to this office I HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
promise mintage of 1S12 and were as fresh' and A Cue tact for aftrranna Mulmc or kaorkin, abort hA
from pushing forward announced that they were unable to give my best services to the pee.pie U -.4'rr MX fcrra swrmful wht..T.r bwlt,tloup or eat
permanently clean as when they came from the ,
rig full paw u not them harm. to raise the money necessary, and I > and trust I will receive their support mints. The bank the
and too cold to do any at the Immediately paid TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
therefore could not take the issue. The coming primary. widow $3,000 for the coins their Yostv.fsl rs.-isr earbm. ever : ,,
It is not likely that February will PHILIP H. WRIGHT. poor iueer i. Awes,Ass asd Aactnita; sly is ..J.I'::
Iring weather cold enough to do them bond trustees are now engaged In negotiating rarity making them thus valuable. Mr. CO w.a ntL.HOW
Brown has letter from his Cleveland i TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH h. =
-? any Injury, and Mr. Griffing confident ; with other parties to pur- NoticeTo a i Simple s.d practical(fiown* k-w<.coMtrw4 a....4 sebuaeaseewtta
chase the entire Issue. The waterworks the Voters of Bierard agent 'verifying the preceding. *ay BM4OT. bserslstbetp1w.HOW .
County. -
looks of from 60
forward to
a ly a crop I
The two locust posts were cut on the TO BUILD KNOCKABOUT y
I to 70 ,cars from his own concern's ort plant had already been taken After reading the notice of John Henry Fohl farm. one and one-half miles Jailrr A I film.uMc all arMiml lot abe.1ow rrnum.:et.bat... good axis; nc.Q..
over by the city in anticipation of in our last week's
se- county papers, sta-
: chard. The movement will commence from For it has
Ripley. many years HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPAuttl.sad.sjbust.witboodrateewrbssg..ad
ting that under no circumstances he I '
curing the without with
about the middle of May, the money delay be a candidate for any office at the next been neighborhood talk that there was mall ftul piaa.

; : first: 'variety to go forward being the which to pay for It amounting to $187- primary election, I herewith announcemy much treasure secreted on that place. HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

::,: .Jewell.-Frultman's Grower. 500, and it will now be necessary, un- candidacy for the office of county The theory Is that during the war of Easy to..Nfld.rrrrrlhtnc at-aight;Jut Ox eimfl for t log
to bean" ;caa In built YlOt1 cbaaplj,tar stoop or eat rug
less tly money can be Immediately secured treasurer of Brevard county. If electedto 1812 some of the frightened ancestors
HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
.. ." .,Mary and has a grand opportunityto to return the properties to the this office I promise to give to the hid away this $:)00 In gold In a hole in a__plet.ifmmfiM, a.w to taild a aodd;a0 UMof f -
., people of the county as good service as akiff old u Mil ag rae.ela.
secure a system of good roads.. ThatState's a limb of a locust tree that it was
Pensacola Water
Compr has
been
given by our present and most
grown over In course of and Imbedded -
years $1.
legislature Is now being asked efficient treasurer. I trust that I will receive PRICE EACH s
and that the
t< : to make good Governor Crother's recommendation Medicine That is Medicine"I your support. J. F. WoOTEN original owner PREPAID BY EXPRESS ANVWHCNC
I : was,unable or forgot to recover It. At Bound in cloth-Gold lettennc-Su of
pap
that provision be made have suffered a good deal with malaria any rate, the ten massive gold pieces 9 by u inches-Large,clearlyHirawa plans tiTHE
For
I 1 -for an issue of $5,000,000 of bonds for and stomach complaints,but I have now found Supervisor of Registration have securely rested there for nearlya RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

the improvement ,of highways in the a remedy that keeps me well, and that remedy To the Democratic rs of Brevard County.I century.
0 MUHHAV STRUT New Yeas U. S. A
r State. Under the auspices of the Electric Bitters medicine that is medicine am a candidate for renomination by

tor, stomach and liver troubles, a ad for rundown the Democracy Brevard county for This is Worth Beading SfJ frttal fat Cticfe of Book farI'atklstiaH's
State Geological and Economic Survey Library.
conditions"says W. CLKiestlcr.of the office of supervisor of registration. Leo F. Zeinski, of 68 Gibson Sip Buffalo,
model In its for the
a coun-
way
If nominated I
liday Ark. Electric Bitters purify the blood. promise a continuanceof -
X. Y. says: "I cured the most annoying cold
i try, valuable work has been done preliminary tone up the nerves and impart vigor and en- a faithful performance of the dutiesof

to giving the State a splen- ergy to the weak. Your money will be refunded the office. Soliciting the support of sores I ever had with Bucklen's Area Salve.
if it fails to help you. 50c at Baaner all in the primary, I applied this salve once a day for two days

.... did system of roads In all its sections Drug Store. I anv very respectfully, when every trace of the sore was gone." Heals The Sower Ha>W

and all that is necessary to make effective ,W. S. NORWOOD. all sores. Sold under guarantee at Banner No Second Ounce

such means for vastly Increas- MUSICAL BURGLAR ALARM. -------- Drug Store. 2.Frederick Good tense nays make the meet
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crib first
ing the wealth of the State Is the mon Don't Put Off
Prowlers Who Open Brooklyn Man's the Great made a satisfac-
ey. After due deliberation it has been FERRY'SSEEDS :
Door Get Melodious Greeting.All until tomorrow what you can do today. If tory meal on salt beef or pork and cabbage -
that the best method is to
decided
you are suffering from a torpid liver

sorts of devices have been rigged or constipation .
bond for the amount required and it don't wait until tomorrow to get
up by Ingenious persons fearful of burglars haT mad*and kept Ferrr1 Seed B
is thought .the proposition will meet but one of the queerest ideas is help. "I suffered habitually from constipation ana UM latest la the world- Mn ,:

with almost unanimous approval. that put into use liy a Brooklyn man. Bay a bottle of crbine and get that liver Doan' RegnleU relieved and strengthened the f.rry*. Sad Annual for 190 i
t>lla th*whole Red"torJ-<
C. U. Lercb. says the Philadelphia working right. Promptness about health bowels so that they have been regular eve the afciux. I>on1 toW seeds Bll yes get tt.D. t

I Senator Taliaferro has introduced Press. saves many tick spell "Mrs. Ida Gresham, Miice."-A. E. Davis, grocer.Sulphur Springs, .M.ran ION noun.tbu.

J in Congress a 'bill providing for an appropriation Mr. Lerch has attached a harp to his Point Tex., writes: I used Herbine in my Tex

for the erection of a pub front door. When the door Is openedthe family for six years and find it does all it t

claims to do. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy Bt ide's Wrap of Bronze.
instrument Is set to playing automatically. :
lic building In Key West. It is contemplated -
The sounds of the string and Banner Drug More. Miss HNie. eldest daughter of C-en 60 YEARS-
that the building now occupiedby oral 1 William P. Palmer founder of EXPERIENCE jtl
are very dNtlnvt: for fully ninety sec
the postoffice, custom house and ends. Saturday Holidays In 1908. ',Colorado Springs was married at 7 ill10

U. S. Court will be turned over to the It can easily be seen that the app. An obfcerviu eight-year-old son of o'clock the other eninc to eopoU '

i.avy department and a larger and ratus can be useful both for the rvwptlou New York who has yet to master the Hamilton Myeis of Cambridge. Enand. t- 1

more commodious building erected for of friend cud foe. When one's leap year problem remarked to his fa- : ; says a Colorado Springs special t

them. The bill providing for such an invited visitors outer the door there ther a few days ao. "I've been studying :Ji'natch to the New York Times. The

this calendar and I think its wM'linto-,k place at lien Erie the TRADE MARKS
has its second cnn be no more pleasant welcome th.uthat adam
appropriation passed suburban home of the Palmers in the
,
DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
of music while on the contrary shame that whoever fixed the
i reading and Is now In the hands of the dates should that hoiUlays presence of guests from New York and Ac.
to the thief who comeprowling: arrange so many iketrh and
Anyone sending a mat
committee on public buildings. Th around at midnight then can IK uotli' are on Saturday, doing us boys Ixradon. The bride wore neitheri quickly ucertim mir opinion free description whether an

different departments now occupyingthe ing more ui' ettJng! than a l'first of music out of what ought to l e liming to us nor jewels. but her trousseau Include invention Is iOJentuU.prohnblf rJOtentable.Handbook ComraunlratioTUitnctlr on Patents-

public building have been asked to from an unknown MiinvMr on school lay" The lad had discovered a long: brown wrap with huge bronz sent rat-juts free. enJastaReney taken tbroueb for Mann ttfrurmf a Co.patent receiveppycisl

that buckles looped round with cord: sup- notice without charge in the
Washington's Memorial
birthday -
floor Is with
furnish the dimensions of space l.erl.11'1I.1I"p strung; mandolin .
day and Fourth of July all fall porting 1.000 tiny bronze animals of aJ Scicniitic Rrner
now occupied and what would be required or piano !'trinlTit th' crossbar descriptions. \ .

in the new quarters. It is estimated at the top of the instrument are< Saturday In the current year says A fcwidsome'T Hln!trated wwklv. largest circulation t
attached silken string! of different the Net York) 1'r" s. Whereas Chris- of Any K-K-nuBc journaL Terms 13 a
that should the bill pass on 810O Reward SIOO. rear: four months,f I. dotdbysltwewedeaters. )
length';: Each of those is weighted'; inns came on Wednesday in 1007. that
appropriation of The readers of this ... f MUNN & CO.3G1Broadwa,. New York
it will carry an fully with; a metal ball :t little larger thana fes'.hal trill ixtur oil Friday this paper will lie pica ed

one half million.-Key West Citizen. marble The slightest in<>\,(,.Dt"nt oi )(,<1r. New Y:1r'tla in 190S was 01; td learn that there i is at least one dreadful Branch UWr d:51' Pt-Washington H.c.

the door bet these little balk: xibratInjr 1Veeltt'sdar. hut nut year will fall 01; disease that science has l-eeu aWe to cure in I
While the majority of people visit all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh KILLTHE'COUCH
: njr.iiiM the trlnJ:- and produce Friday. Easter this tear will he on
Miami in the winter to enjoy life in; Cure is the
the musical notes. April 11 only positive cure know AND CURE THE LUNCS -

one way or another, they as a rule -------- to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a

never lose a chance to assist those A Stitch in Time constitutional disease, requires>i a (eonstitu
Even From the Mountains tionai treatment. Hall's CaUrrli t ure is WITH Dr C
who are in need. A few weeks ago a will .save nine. So will a bottle of Ballard'Ilorehonnd taken internally acting directly upon tLe t King'sNew
'
Dallard's Snow Liniment is praised for the blvd and mucous surfaces of the
servant girl of the Minneapolis system
young Syrup always kept hand r
good it doe Asuretureforrheainatismand on save
thereby destroying the foundation "f the disease -
hotel was taken sick, and as she was all pains. Wright W. Lo\mr. Grand June- I many a spell of sick new. A S'lf"U r. fur and giving the patient strength in I
the ti", .. Colo., writes: "I used lUlUrd's Snow roMs 'hitisanJ building the constitution aud Discovery
here without relatives or money, 1 coughs ro ( whooping cough up ( assisting
Liniment last winter for rbeuniatu-m and can
nature in doing its work. The
that hotel took a hand aid recommend it )IJ1cI. SHot SpnngN Ark. writes: "I keep proprietor PRICE
guests of as the best liniment on the I have so much faith in its curative ..
paid the expenses of the sufferer and market I thought at the time I was taken a bottle of Ballard's horehound :Syrup" in my that they offer One Hundred Dollars power for any FOR COUCHS trial Be fret CJQ.

down with this trouble that it would lx a i! lueiirme: chest and thank my forethought caM- that it fails to cure. Send fur list of to
kept her at the house where they wer week before could get about but on applying timonials. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. I
times It has prevented
many many severetsiwIL
all careful to see that she lacked n> your liniment several times during the I j ofi irkness" sold Tit AJdros. F. J. CHEN'EY & OX T tedo. O. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY
uiIle Plw
night, I was about in 45 hours and well in I by : Sold by Drugzists To;..
:. attention. As the girl did not im three days." Sold by Titusville Pharraai'y. ma 'y. Hams Family Pills are the bett. OR MONEY REFUNDED.

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P ..{ ,gt .,,,. THE FLORIDA STAR FEBRUARY 28, 1908
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.,f!.. :','::1'HE, FLOLUDA STAll anti Taft delegates-at-large and he

,: : ': : -- .! is one of them. COMELY MATRONS PRAISE PERUNAThe

Who did kill Cock Robin? It is
4t .f '. < .Entered at the poetoffice at TitusTillc.
i} ", econd-class mail matter., I very generous in the three claimantsfor

."". .; o...'. ,' '< the honor to speak up like the KENTUCKY Y :;4::. : 'x:, : only valuable testimony which any household remedy
:
ANNUMAdrertUiag
PEE
8UBSCBI5TION,.IM
-'F'' ,: sparcpw and for each to confess that : .yx::.. ,: t; : can have is the testimony of those who have used it. It

: t f '. ;,.,. Kates furnished on he did it, but what difference will it OREGON : is worse than useless to discuss :Penna frcm a theoretical -
.
.T .""- > \pp1iratloa.Kllln make if after the anti-Taft delegates standpoint. It is what :Peroc&rnll do,not

t# t reach the convention they find Cock I what people say about it, that cos* ,itutes evi

li. \T.r.r. 1':-11ora' did l"ubnaber. Robin was not killed and they are OH" dence. The housewives of t-o I:n.; ed State .
I
know what :Perms will Ct. heyhavetried
*
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r -: W\t\
\
assigned to seats in the gallery instead :
; PUBLISHE1' tRY FUIDAY '(oR 1Nn it. They have realist ita benefitin
of on the floor?
that
the family. They are the ones

The expense of going through a 'sY are competent to speak of it.
campaign for election no doubt shuts The Bazaar at Rockledge .4 Self-appointed critics know nothing

,( : ._ many a good man out from election # The New Rockledge casino pre R5NA\ IIk % I of it whatever.V : .

<;, to,some of the higher offices and a sented a pretty picture on Thursday : ,

-tremedy should be provided against it. afternoon and evening upon the occasion Peruna Their family Medicine.Mrs. .

of the annual bazaar
\ given Anna C. Hyde, 712 E. Yamhill
' : 'v; One of our contemporaries has discovered by the Ladies' Aid society of Rock- street,Portland,Oregon,Vi<*e President

: ? ; ,' ,: a virulent and widespread ledge. The affair was deservedly suc Literary: and Educational Organizationof ;

., .. malady. It called the"wantofficeitis. cessful. The room was tastefully New Hampshire,writes:

." There have been manifestations decorated and was crowded both afternoon "I am pleased endorse Peruna as aa
of this state all-round good family medicine, and
a of it in some parts and evening with gay and
one that is cafe to givechildren. 1 jdre
-?: ,::: of late, but not in Brevard county. happy people. The fancy work table it to mine at the least suggeetioaafcold a

: As yet there is not a contest-for pub was'" in charge of Mrs. Geo. Baker, ,and take it myself to hull up BaT

lic office in this county. Mrs. Chatfield and Mrs. Sieber, the I I strength and nerves.
:_ ,
,", apron table in charge of Mrs.Wilcox "My sister who is living with me,
: Facts About American Education and Mrs. Underwood.: These ladies uses Peruna, too, and she u lead la K.

L' During several months Prof. E. L. were kept busy wrapping up parcelsfor t' iIE ... praises.

4 / Thorn ike, of Columbia university, the numerous customers. The \ $ "Your medicine it certainly wettfc/
of "
: New York, has been making a study pretty flower table,in charge of Miss praise.

';' of "the elimination of pupils from Green, Miss Logan and Mrs. Green Backache, Headache. '

T I the public schools." His conclusions proved quite an attraction and was a Mrs.Tressie Nelson.ot N: .}'I(tb.\ ..,
i fo5
HATTIE HAMILTON.i i : MRS AN i t10NY AUCH.me .
have been characterized by Commissioner well patronized. The voting booth Nashville, ,Tenn., writes:

( ,c Brown of the bureau: of education was in charge of Mrs.Geo. A. Baker. Testimony of These Three Housewives Demonstrates Beycsd AH Cavil "As Peruna has done n:3 a world of

_, a as "carrying much further The voting contest was for the most That Pertma is a Safe and Useful Remedy good, I feel in duty bound l ,to' t ell of it.H
v hopes that it may meet tb eye of soave
b than it has been previously carried"on popular man in Cocoa and Rockledge, Gained flesh on Peruna. I Constipation Torpid Liver. woman who has: Buffered a* I d d.

on the subject matter in question. the votes cast were Albert Blakeslee, "TorfSe I re..I1)did! not kaow
Mr*. lliUle: : llamiltonlt.F.D.Xo.2, Mrs. Anthony Ranch, 3W N. Walnut years
Prof. Thorndike finds that in the 62; C. Wilcox, 22; F. J. Simmons 14; 0. write, what a perfectly well day w a-,and if t
Sp:irla, Ky., write: street, Bucyru, :
t public schools there is a graduated Dr. Hughlett 12; 0. K. Key, 2; P. "I have taken two bottles of Peruna "I was suffering from obstinate con did not haw headache, I had ockuch

decline in the number of pupils as Troy, 2; L. Sieber, 2; J. Fisk, 1; T. Iud ,'NnmeJ'ed on the third one. I did stipation and torpid liver,when I took or apainsouiowherpand r rally life Y not worth the effort I Glade to kef
u the classes go to a higher grade. Ronald, 1; S. F. Travis, 1; A. Beards- ;!t.trecilyneedthethirdonebutthoughtit ; your advice and purchased six bottles going.

; Only about 25 out of 100 children ley, 1F.; Baldwin 1. The pretty l- t to take another bottle. Peruna and Manalm. When I had taken "A good frier. advised ins to 96
bottle I felt much better and
one ,
only
entering the public schools stay long table of home made candy in chargeof "I have always weighed 102 pounds, since I have taken two more bottles I Peruna and I was glad to :T aujtbiBg,
lint I I
since Peruna
began taking weigh
enough to read and write correctly Mrs. Williford and the Misses Ber : 13,fi.r the first time in;all my life,and I feel entirely well,but I will continue !I and I am very pl i* xl to say that Mx

4 '. such words as they find necessary for tha and Maud Baker proved a great :::in n'.w thirty-three years old. Your taking the medicine for a short time to !| bottle, made a new woman of sae aaad 1.
have aIMi lii.'look.
i iDllrepaiD hrigbi
a = ordinary purposes. attraction to all and the ladies were medicine has surely done me a great make sure of my cure. again."
deal of good and I have recommendedit "I think Manalin i-* one of the finest i
Not than 20 out of 100 children out and
more kept busy weighing pounds
of .
t' 4 to several others who have begun remedies for constipation that I ever Catarrh rowels
the schools half of the delicious i
entering city public pounds jsweets. I
taking it. tried. I will never be without it. It Mrs.Maggie DUCI.ui.HK North ih'fotlf.
stay longer than the fifth grade. The supper tables were in charge "My mother, who is se.-enty.sixyears has made me so strong., I can do a Little Hock,Ark., ,wr.us:

!r More than half of the children in of Miss Blakeslee, Miss Conklin, Mrs. I old, had grown so weak she could day's work and never tire. I am so "I 'was troubled for five years w ilk a

the grammar schools are taught by Battenfield, Mrs. Green: and Mrs. '. scarcely walk. She took two bottles of glad I do not get those dizzy spells any chronic di tase. I tritd everything I

its ;_ women. Geiger, assisted by the Misses Stella Peruna and is fleshier and looking well." more.medicine.I haven't had one since 1 took heard of, but nothin:: did me any good.

j '. Less than one child in ten entered and Mary Douglas, Hattie Bower, Internal Catarrh. your" what Some doctors said DIY trouble was catarrh -
for
1 cannot thank enough
;, you ; of the bowels, and some .*id eu.-
1 .,, in the grammar schools graduates Jessie Lockhart, Amy Geiger, Alice Mrs. M.F.Jones,of Burning Spring, your medicine has done for me. All : sumption of the howela. One duc&or

from the high school. Chalker, Maud Baker and Miss Lo Ky.,writes: sick people should give it a fair. trial." said he could cure uie. 1 took his medicine -

e7' Only about one in three graduates gan. These ladies were very busy "No family should ever be without Kidneys and Bladder. two month, but it dd m* no go d.
Peruna, for it is an unfailing cure for
<' from an elementary school of seven waiting on the large and happy colds, and it is an excellent remedy to Mrs.Gus. H.Carlson, Box 201,Orton- "A friend of mine advised me to try
grades or more. crowd. The handsome sum of $225 prevent and relieve croup. ville, Minn.,writes: Peruna and 1 did 1'0.fwr I had taken
two bottles; I found it was helping
Only about one-half of the number was realized. "And to speak from standpoint of "I bad catarrh of the kidneys and may
I continued its use, and it LM curedme
? '+t of pupils have any information of experience, I can candidly say that it is bladder. I have taken Peruna until so sound and well.
Work on the ExtensionThe the remedy for internal catarrh. I shall now, and I do not think I need to take it ;:
} + t consequence concerning the history not hesitate to recommend it,especially any longer. NI can recommend Peruna to inyeae,
F s- of the country, its literature or its Miami Metropolis of Monday to suffering women. "I feel well, and my tongue is clear, and if anyone wants to know what

'} says: "Pernna has gained full confidenceand and I have no bitter taste in my mouth. Peruna did for me if they will write tome

j art.In the city high schools there will While all of the constructing work a permanent day in our home." I am very thankful for Peruna. ; I will answer promptly."

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L xc.A girls to three boys, and the propor- land to Knights Key has been advanced Key Vacas is centrally located oat!I
to a stage sufficient to allow the
tion of girls increases by elimination opcratlon the extension and if a flow of fresh !
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of trains there is much work water is obtained, all other points will
t to the extent that in the last
year
,; ct to be done before the track aaJ be
supplied by a pipe line. If
there 75 cent girls than the4
are per more trestles considered !
are : completed wells are a failure the company willj: i \
boys in the classes.
A force of at
large men are now ;
have to adopt other means of supplviing ,
;fie Prof. Thorndike's investigations work reinforcing and filling in the various fresh water. \ l
V' are corroborative of conclusions that trestles < 1. (
5 'i, along the route. These
It Is very reliably stated that plansare ;, I \ 'i
.,- have been expressed many time, viz: trestles cover a total distance of about I
underay for a'resuniption of ex-I / (
t a That boys have to necessarily out '.fi. cr. miles and the work now under tension operations below! Knights Kej \ \ rI

will several months. The I IM
and hustle for a living \\hilegirL \\ay consume st
a very rarly date. It i? also al ;
k 'i may spend a few additional years at rt'inforcc! is of piling and steel whale that the bead office for engineering the'wirk \ \ t 4
school what the the tilling: is of rock. the purpose being
beyon
numixT boy will :je maintained in this city S'r
:i i1''-n tIle trestles: a sobs foundation -
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afford.
can and not roved to Key We-t as recent l l
1 !t. ro'upaBi i is n >w p 'euprir? {-> \-a
The conclusion: nf Prof Thorndike I Ij r*'[>orsed would by done. A lars'
.' ,t it Mck hcr for : ,
; jr nH'n'e cri
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is that the young omen of the sup (ot't' cf rn.'n will Ve placed, howa.era tli
l II'>iu,.; !mkr tor t't' trestles though th
hey West ; Ib
i the harbor
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country are comin b:-t'-or educated on improve M'' '
.x't point at tvt u"c-h thvn: her H";'
n'rnts: vv'iiu ;ill be 'I
tr.U.ire
,1 than the young man.Who necessary si
.<' I'''>''h>ti I ha< jut y- t i?-('!L !i\'* 'iinlr .
p: in n.V; *r to earn the road to that

It. tern. inus
Kilied Cock Robin? Cht f.:: 'ais'J r.otfI.: ...-. rf it.n ::r'

The New York World of I'ebiirv =::'z,.! i:: ;",':.ilo'nt :.nd mmf'i! !'_

8... 17th has the following edit'n-ia1! !: :' '. ''r.H';. T ":J-sia.nftaTin: : ai.1' 0. A. STEWART

; Who saved Florida fiom s:<*nd.rir; ::..; t:; ,:-HiK;.tish;. rn.i: .i:.a i-.

::. '" an unopposed delegation uf federal: ''.rr ,I.* rh, 5:-:& &'. When coup1'te- -:-_ "!._ _-__ _-_

; officeholdeie Chka"ho it is intended that this track shall IK.i
It- to
.:. us .::1.'n: si In ih > eonrt-y. Fire insiirano'ig
brought about the election t If a'r ]
'!V: r e*i;n-iv: !is; still contPTl: n; ,:1' .
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testing! delegation at t. Augustine -
'i'e] u:Ob-La! f'r sippijins: fresh vi t'-
ention Ftb. :Jith? That
com on
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pi! i:g tlit: unit 0: t e etta.:i'fa: al':: ttw .,
: is the burning quotim.Representative .
\ ". :ifr caramel by the wo-kiitn 11'UiAtn TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI
k Butler Ame<, of
a1 ii!jj to he fetrt: ->y ta2:
Lowell Mass. he did Ht
).' says it. steamer and; tank cars from MuiatFf{'
q -1,-' toured Florida in a slx-cial! car for avid J\\1,11 creek, the onto points companies represent of some the world of the and leading any

1. 't ten days just before the state conSt' aloa.; line v.Lie fresh vat:'r is Cotta i business entrusted to me will receive -

vention and stirred up the ar.ti-Taf aMe prompt andcaref attention

i-!. revolt. The caJj sclutkm to the problem: lies

a f- Judson Douglas Wctmore, a New ir. ::stasis n v.-Ils and believing! that For sale by the
East Coast Meat r Market
'' ''b:= se
;: YorklawjH'rsayshedidit. ran icoonijltshed a determin

,: Florida as an envoy of the National :(! effort is tein;: made at K.jaca!' INDIAN RIVER

t,:. Hughes league and made an anti- to sink a well to saffic.ent: depth to ge G.F.DUBENAGENTFlorida

I a How of fresh water. Some: tim !since'
< the : i before the
Taft speech night con-
..: :. vention. 'he sinking of a large well at thai and MUSIC HOUSE
roint was commenced and rater: get ,
Lt The I cv. Jc:hu H. Dic!;erwn.an influential :
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t tag it to a depth of fourteen hundred : \WesternMeats
..S negro preacher, of Jacksonville TITUSVILLE. FLA.
feet trouble
was encountered uith the
he did it. lieu made J
says as casing and the wet'1 had to be abandon

J chairman of convention, and af-I ed. Another well is now being drivenIn ./

ter the row started was pulled off the same vicinity and has been got. ,.

t' the platform three times and had the t I ten down to a depth of two hundred of all Kinds .

chair taken from under him half a feet. The work is in charge of a government ?

dozen times but his:: side elected four expert:: on artesian wells. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

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: ADoc or'sMedicine Freight and Passenger Trains Partially : -
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?' FAIR FLORIDAfc Wrecked in Town Limits jlI
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Last Friday afternoon about half

Bring Done Toiiris tie Def past 3 o'clock southbound passenger .

$ train No. 33, due here at 3:17, strucka
:latepient of the Peninsula :
} '; northbound freight on the main ,p F=i
iPensacoht' celebration'Itaket
r Mardi Gras
line right in front'of the residenceof
plac.March Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not # da
2d and 3d.
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,, Mr. W.S.Norwood near the north ,
n 1.-: '' The State fair at Tampa continues a simple cough syrup. It is a yard limit. The crash badly dam- @ .

to attract thousands of visitors. strong medicine, a doctor'smedicine. *
: : aged the freight engine and tender, -

k.- A.,Church Club has been organized, It cures hard cases, and smashed up a carload of fruit I

; : t.'m Fort Pierce, with a large member severe and desperate cases, next to the locomotive. The passen-
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ahipr chronic cases of asthma, pleu- ger engine (one of the large new

=1t :; Travel over the new Florida East risy, bronchitis, consumption.Ask types) was not materially injured.The bA'kik6

.1 s:' Coast extension to Knights Key is exceedingly your .doctor about this. baggage car next to the passen- f .

:J" '.. heavy. The belt kind of a tettimonial ger locomotive was telescoped almost

, ,::. :. The Italian cruiser Etruria is anchor "Sold for over sixty yean.I ." completely into the mail car. This

; I ed at Port Tampa and the officers and i I i / XM.byJ C.lyerCo.LowenHse.1s0 .. telescoping acted as a buffer to the POWDER
crew are enjoying the sights at the miTiafacturtrs of
shock of'the collision to the .
passen-
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':' State fair. /\uer's ger train and none of the passengerswere Absolutely Pure- ',

The State Fair at Tampa has been I II UI vtOOL hurt. f '

such a success that the directors have W.bYe no Meret t W* puhli l Mail Clerk injured The only baking pbwder ,
the formulas of aa our 1Z>ecticinN.rOU Kinney was badly ,
decided to continue the exposition another will hasten tak- internally, being pinned in the made with Royal Grape
week. recovery b'l
-:' ng one of Ayer's Pills at bedtime. wreck by the telescoping cars but Cream of Tartar

f :. Thirty teachers are already enrolled will also Mail Clerk Whid-
recover
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. ''., in.the classes for the spring term LEAP YEAR BALL den and Mail Weigher Weir were No Alum, No Lime Phosphate : ; s .
} for teachers at the Florida Female:
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these
three
,r slightly injured. How
{( College at Tallahassee. the Social ---- -------- -"---
: Wednesday Night Big men escaped being killed is almost
Big Cattle Deal in OsceolaThe individual in the State and Is Indeed f
The planing mill of N. J. Tilghmaa
< Event of the Season miraculous. Mr. Kinney was pinnedin
and in fact the cattle king of Florida.
and Sons in Palatka, was totally de largest cattle deal ever co* .
_. the end of the mail and had tobe It'
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One of the most splendid occasionsof car -Kissimmee Gazette. ..
Valley
stroyed by fire Thursday night at ? summated in this county was male;
the the leap liberated by sawing an openingfor
season masquerade
was year -
loss of more than $3,000. here last Tuesday, when E. L. Lesley -
". ball given at the opera house him to crawl out. Weir was purchased the entire stock of cattle i t A Dangerous Operation i '
,;. < L. Friedman and Company one of thrown into the of the
,; .. the Wednesday evening. up top car embracing several marks and brands is the removal of the appendix by a sorgeon-
largest dry goods houses in Pensa- '
: There was an unusually large crowd near the ventilators.The of J. F. O'Berry together with his half I No one who takes Dr.King's New Life Pill-

cola. has become bankrupt and is now mask and all sorts of costumes, accidtnt was due to the pass- interest in pasture lands valued av I is ever subjected to this frightful ordeaL y t '
in the hands of a receiver. enger train running ahead of orders, They work so quietly you don't feel them-
from the beautiful, picturesque and $20,000 and owned jointly by O'Beryand 1.
- The Lee County State Bank at Fort having been instructed to run twenty They care constipation, headache, biliousness t. ,
unique to the most amusing and C. A. Carson. The cattle are e- ,
,
Myers has been changed to a national minutes late, it should not have .and malaria. 23c. a; Banner Drug Store. s
comic It being timated to number about 6,000 head --- '
were represented. reached Titusville until 3:47. At the
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institution under the name of the First
a leap year affair the ladies had entire time of the collision the freight had and the consideration for the cattle Soothes itching) .skin heals cuts or burns t
National Bank of Fort Myers. their just started to take the side track to and lands was $57,000. Mr. Lesleynow without a scar. three piles eczema, salt
charge, inviting gentlemen
rheum,any itching. Doan'.Ointmt'nL Your ;
Local amateur automobile make for the
races on incoming
.' escorts partners in the dances etc. room passen- owns more cattte than any other ,dr ggist sells it f
the Ormond-Daytona beach have been ger. There is a sharp curve just beyond .
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The Titusville orchestra furnishedthe the yard limit Both Engineers
': attracting large crowds more than two post. -
music for the occasion.At Vuiilaume and Baker and the
thousand being present one day recently.
'. .. 11 o'clock masks were removedand firemen jumped and saved them- f
selves. LQAL
the dancing was kept at a !
up
The Florida Postmasters' Associa- The wreck delayed regular trains
t. tion closed its first annual conventionin lively rate until o'clock a. m. Saturday for several hours but all a1TUSVILLEMARCH2

Tampa last Friday with a grand ban *The following is a list of the representatives trains were on schedule time againon j

quet at the Grand Oriente cafe In Ybor as nearly as the reporterwas Sunday.For .

:' City. able to make them out: '
Rheumatic SufferersThe
Mrs. Robinson, equestrienne.Mrs. .
quick relief from pain afforded by ap
assessor G. M. Robbins, an up-to-date
plying; Chamberlains Fain B.lm makes it a
town has almost doubled its population lady. avorite wth: sufferers from rheumatism sciatica 26th Annual Tour of &.

"j during the past four years and also its Mrs. Adams, Red Cross nurse. lame back lumbago, and deep seated
A. G. .A.L.I..EN'SBig :
't' taxable, property.A Mrs. Phil Wright, Indian girl. and muscular pains. For sale by Titusville .

convention of the anti-saloon League Miss Willard Japanese lady. Pharmacy and all druggists.

of Florida will be held in Gainesville Miss Miller, Empress Eugenie. Cheapest accident Insurance-Dr. Thomas Minstrel Shawl(

on March 17, 18. 19 and 20. Miss Frankie Stewart, fortune tell- Electric Oil. Stops the pain aud heals the
wound. All it.
/ Among the noted speakers will be Governor er.Mrs. druggists The Oldest and Largest Minstrel ..

-"; Glenn of North Carolina. McFarland, Gipsy. Prof. Joe Fielding's SchoolJoe Organization in the United States

The fish catch continues very light. Miss Whitacre; nurse. Fielding was a natural born fight- .

Shipments for week ending last Tuesday Mrs. Warbinton Grecian lady. er and wrestler. He was born onCheet- Refined and up-to-date, including the greatest galaxy oF

night amounted to only three car- Miss Zandie Stewart, night. ham Hill Road Manchester England, sweet singers ever assembled in one company

loads in bulk and 66 >barrels aggregat Miss Katie Stewart pink domino. catch but raised as catch in Salford can wrestling, Lancashire was where orig- Presented under a mammoth canvas theatre seating 2,000" 3;I

: ing 85,200 pounds.-Punta Gorda Her- Mrs. W. S.Branning, pink domino. inated. He was frequently seen whena ..
..: aid. Miss Laura Ives waitress. boy taking his long runs. His train- ,
I ing ground has altered considerably and EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. *
the :
To relieve the distress among Miss Teeter, Peasant girl. since Joe's boyhood there has been made

'r: poor to Key West the city council has Miss Elsie Ives Gipsy. the famous Manchester ship canal on ri j

t, voted an appropriation of $1.000, this the spot where Joe passed his young
,. Miss Gattie Snowden Gips. boxing DEALERS IN
days running jumping wrestling, -
amount supplementing the 1,000 giv- 3
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- Mrs. Denham, Japanese lady. swimming, etc. '
.::", en by the commissioners of Monroe Fielding has won 'over 100 competi-
Miss MaterialsOF
Smith Japanese lady. Lumber and'
.'0 tions for medals belts Building
\.. county. gold : cups silver -
1"'. Miss Sophia Smith Indian maiden. tea services etc. He traveled with
: : The German Ambassador to the Miss Robinson, ghost. Tom Connor who defeated Evan Lewis
"f. United States Baron Speck von Stern (the strangler) for the championship of ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL '
Miss night.
rd _. burg, delivered a splendid address las- Miss Spencer Lease and Miss Bowman good the world protege.Joe so.Prof.. Fielding must be a Yards at TitusYille, Cocoa, Eau Gaille, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach ,
Chamber
Saturday before the Tampa
rI*' fashionable young ladies of the times. Fieiding has boxed with Charlie We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders .
.:.; ..... ot Commerce 'Germany's Economic Mitchell, Jack Burke (the Irish lad) and for shipment direct from the mills
?#;, Strength." i Dr. Robinson tramp. Alf Greenfield, each one in turn fought
John L. Snlhvan for the world's cham- -- -- --- ---
Mr. W. S. Branning, U. S. volun
The corner stone of the new German pionship. On this side of the water Joe t \ ( \ I\ 1\ II..A..IV"( ( !
;-,: Club House in Tampa was laid withspprepriate teer.Mr. has completed a similar occurrence suc :!v5lftI1I: lrit l< tMIHARDWARE lritri iiumilsAr s

ceremonies Saturday. Thciator C. II. Walton, pink and white cessfully. Joe Fielding's first profes- t
: ; Greek domino. sional fight in America was knockingout < t
> on this occasion was Baron of Billy Young in one round at Ker-
amba* Mr. Wall, Uncle Sam. nan's D. C. for
, : peck von Sternberg German Theatre Washington ,
sador to the United States. Mr. Glass, cadet. the championship of Maryland and Dis- ;;
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r Mr. Bert Johnson school boy.llr. trict of Columbia. Joe easily defeated
(:t"O. C. Scmlamore, former cashier Mike Cleary. the heavy weight, who
'! Bert Ives, edcller. was meeting all comers with Muldoonand
Cornpane Mr. Wade H. Jones cow boy. Kilrain: combination, Washington.
Cornell Oxford D. C., April let, 1&>1. for a purse of Jas. Pritchard & Son | L
embezzlement and other ef- Mr. man.
(barge of $: 50 and the Potomac Athletic Club Diamond

fences has been examined by a special Mr. Martin, Chinaman.Mr. medal. As the saying goes, "heis
I fat Dutchman.Mr. I slightly disfigured but still in the of %
commission and declared to be insane Mobley, ring.' His! latest encounter was the Handle the Finest Lines

f A Tallahassee dispatch says thar E. L. Brady Japanese.Mr. ; vanqush'ng: of Andy Frmiiuncl, at Miami -

Governor N. B. Broward will bo a ca:. Frank Skill rough rider. I f..r the championship of Florida. Heavy and Shelf Hardware \
The time is near at hand when he meets
uidate in the next primary for delegate Mr. Geo. Brockett Indian. I'' two core worthy gladiators Warren 2:

at-large to the National Democrat Mr. G. Mandaviile, hayseed.. i I Frazee (Alligat Joe) and Frank Hunter

Convention and that he will support Mr. E. E. Knox Japanese.Mr. 'I the Set>a ti istseigli near the 3I'>) pound mark. j
William Jennings Bryan for the Pre A. W. Smith, twentieth cen- Pruf. Jce Fielding i is greatly 'leased

"' ideIl:al nomination. tury gentleman.Mr. I with the champion bicycle that f.e wn Guns and Sporting Goods p
in Titusville. He is teaching athletics !
number o
Because of an insufficient Wills, clown.
;: ; signers to the petition, the request o I Master Ryals Wager, sailor boy. I here pupils.and has PROF.several JOE very FIELDING promising, I! i is complete at all times E

the Prohibitionists for a special election ---- Champion Athlete. Ef

to determine whether or not the Weekly Weather Keporl.JCPITKE. N. B. Rub downs with alcohol and fr

should be FL\, Feb. 2>. 1905.Comparatin' witch hazel a specialty.A .
: sale of intoxicating liquors Paints and Oils of Quality E
3" licensed in Duval county has been denied : statement of temperaturesand Baby |
rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.
by the board of county commis should sunshine in the h"n-w. and will two
Duval.Government 1900 1901 if you give it White's ('ream"t"mail..:!;;..", the >M one of our Specialties iQuotations
stoners of DVTE. MAX. MIS. ux. MIX. tn-8t worm medicine of.'rt'd to sutlVrinz humanity. .
experts have assure, Feb... 16. 79 a 75 ;)1 This remedy becoming the per = -
20. 46 77 tilt manent fixture of all households. A mother
Mr. Flagler that fresh water can be secured 21. 5Sftj 40 6 49 with rhiMien (';lu't t pet ao?without a bottle vill--
the keys, and the work o! 2;. ftjU 43: 73 30 of White's frfm Vermifuge in the house. for large or small orders ,
on 23. 69 12 71 :9 Sold by llauinr Drug :Store: aud Titusville i : be given personal attention. Mail Orders
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artesian well Is now in pro 16 73 Gy
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rjgging an 84. Pharmacy ______ '
2.i.-: 51 75; M solicited and filled
ress at Key Vacas. There is nlJ Feel lunziiiJ.: weak,run-down? Headache? promptly
doubt that fresh water can also be secured Total rainfall for the week .09 inches. Stomach"off"? Jut a plaiu case of lazy liver
Departure rainfall for the week minus .57, Burdock BIoo'l Bittern liver and stomach

at Key West and success if the the well work at inches.Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st minus .,...promotes! digestion_ purifies. the blood.WANTKU .-_ I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA s;
Key Vacas proves a :
inches. Second hand bass and burlap
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'" ., .. '*ill be started here at once.-Ke' H.Official I' IIAEPIX.in'barge. any freigiit.kind KICHMOXU:any quantity laG; anywhere CO,UichmondVi.;we pay {{ \\ *"'lv )j Y..I..JMII I} J}} vJJ .w .!IJYvYI.}

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';it;r1 ,6', THE FLORIDA 'STAR FEBRUARY 28, 1908 iM

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i Commissioner Lane upon the charges

3tkirS +x against the Southern Pacific and their BEST FOR THE-

investigation by him has been made

public. It shows that since the rate
,BOWELS
bill went into effect' a system of rebat

: tog has been in force upon the South If yo1I hlftD"a resalsrheatthymovemeetsf the
will N. peep goerioweis
era Pacific In utter defiance of the law ,pToweta every opeD.ds tad!.N 70ill well. Puree or ta the ehape ofvielss

A lift of 1CS firms is }given which received pa7.1o or pill pow,i. awger... The fi
smoothest,easiest must perfect.If 01 >>:1IbiC
preferential rates and one 01 lie besets clear and clean U to UM

there is shown to have received $=:'.. CANDYCATHARTIC

io 994 during the period from April ltIOG

to the date of the investigation. It i

assumed that the department of justlc-:
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will commence prosecution in the nea

future

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R. ELI G IOU 51 I 1
he says, U equal to that of similar now a problem of -Taft against the t.. _

4 I EXECUTIVEWants I ships! of the British or Japanese nary, t field." Notwithstanding that the Ala- Church System Not Right EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY

though interior to the Praztn. In I'%. bama state! committee has declared for Pleuant. Ptlatsbie, Potent Taste Good Do
ply to the charge that In some of the Taft. the state convention is expected Rev. Dr. William H. Boocock. pastorof Good, sever tie/pen. We.ke or Gripe; W sad
the First Reformed church of Bay 10 tents per box. write for tIM_pi..sod Itoolt. it
Light'n Wage Cuts. battleships the main armor belt shows to be a repetition of the one ia Florida let OR health. Address *3J

President Roosevelt upon hearing but six inches above the water when recently. Rumor has It that Senator onne. N. J., created no slight sensation Sterling Kernel Company, Chtemo w New Tertu

EM ,. '; that the principal railroad s>rte.nswere ; fully equipped and ready for sea the Crane of Massachusetts: is engineering when he declared from his pulpit recently KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

," preparing to nrnonnee a general admiral's statement Is not very specific. the southern campaign against '1' lfl. that the doctrines and ecclesia

reduction in the wages of emplo-ees; lIe says It is unfortunately a fact that It w openly charged that Standard Oil tical system of the church today were :
"the actual draft of meu.or.war at I unsuited to the needs of the twentieth ruling when six rears old and atter- I
with
has started au investigation a money was HMH! freely in splitting the
view to finding If such a reduction I* corn;,!etlon is frequently greater than Florida conention Foraker Is expected century: that: the doctrinal system of Zuni became proprietor of a traveHsg

Justified by the facts. To this end. that for which they were designed owing -. to draw off a considerable portion the church was a heritage from the sixteenth show outfit

;' acting under the Erdman law. he his to changes of a military character" of the negro; : ote. century: that. while It containeda FOR BANKS.
SUBSTITUTE
requested Chairman Knnpp of the interstate The report gives a list of battle drills After his flying trip through Michigan soil of tru'.h. the body was unsuitedto

I .,;;, commerce ("Onunlssion1l'1 I beginning in the summer of 1'JOO. and Taft came cast to attend tbe graduating these times. The church he and said.he I! Chicago Djfirt.s Men May E.tab'ih ,
book
Commissioner of Labor Neil to male shows that up to last summer the vessels ; exercises at West Point aDd was not founded upon a .
referred to the of Darnel In tie a Credit Clearing House.A
s ,an Investigation and report on v.-hat of the navy in all parts of the then begin: a dash into :New: Chgland! story '
lions' den. the of the Red sea plan 'or a commercial' ctearfaifthouse
F they findAccording to Chief Stone of world participated In seventeen! sets of with a rousing reception from his alma opening
I before the fleeing Israelites, etc.. as au insiitctiou through which
Brotherhood the Chicago fleet and battle drills.
the Engineers' maneuvers mater at Hartford. Conn. At Concord.
4
figurative and iggerated Ian business houses could settle their debt
Great Western is to start the Balloon Bids Opened. X II.. he said the time had come when very
e guag He said. "The prophets of the and collect their bill auwaz them
movement The vanon' he tariff should be
wage cnttiag Dinglev "re--eum-
ar The signal office of the war department old time son_ht the l>est means of conveying sehes without recourse la the fcttttL
7 unions are prepared to resist the reduction i ned with a view to its revision on a
',a has received ten bids for the con- to the minds of the sort of i eo- was launched the other night at tile ,
to the uttermost. I purely protective basis.: In regard to
struction of a dirigible balloon the bids 1he. ,
pie then living the religious spirit but meeting of the Chicago( Credit
New Comptroller: of Currency.: running from $(G.OOO to $33.000 The the Pacific mobilization he said' : "\\' ithhe i: the things that were vehicles of those association says a Chicago dfopateh

1 Lawrence O Murray now assistant specifications cover tbe construction ofa orientals it H necessary to fill the days cannot be vehicles of today. He to the Kansas City Star. l'

a "setretary of the department of corn balloon to carry a 'OlUHneJ v\eigat eve In order to be convincing; It Is noone's declared: hU intention of asking the au The Irpo 1 was well reteiied b>

' } merge uid labor, will It I is understood of 350 pounds and at least 100 pounds business where the fleet is go- thont'es of the church for permissionto representatives of 300 large; buittaefri

shortly succeed of ballast and to have a speed of twenty lug"Still preach the troth for The next two houses. .V re-ttution.liS! IMMHMN! to

h \V U KKlffh miles per hour in still air. Hearing From the Message. vears While: the older and more staid appoint special committee to make as

as comptroller Later issues of the national weekly membership! of Dr Booccck's church investigation with a view to devfetag

't* of the currency I CONGRESSIONALMore I reviews after an elimination of representathe are igilnst his opinions, it is said that wajs and means to put tbe Han t tuoperatior

4: 'r Mr Uldgelyha taperS from every section of ma y members of his dock are stand .

4 \L.; decided the country, ag; ::ee la reporting the ef- ing loyally by him. and a split in the The plan is simply the adaptation eC

to al''t'Jlt' the Treasury: Facts Wanted. feet of the recent special message of society' vlll probably ensue the bankers' clearing; house system to
'
\s presidency of The senate has passed a resolution the: president reaffirming his radical Important Biblical Codex. the needs of mercantile affairs.: Large

the reorganized Introduced by Culbersou of Texas di policies. The Literary Digest says tbitpolitical mercantile houses would proceed ateu
Professor Henry .\. Saunders of theUniversity
National Bank rain; the secretary of the treasuryto confusion was the most ntvtlceible of Michigan; believes the- (.e to v 3ect debtor ;tall creditor fret-

of Commerce at inform the senate of any national immediate lesult" and that "a manuscript recently found by Charles tleiieuts: a'nong themselves by the ex

Kansas CItJ'.nuInstitution bank outside of New York city coaiplaining wider survey of the newspaper field chauge canceled cheeks in a BQWUWTsiiiiilir
T. Freer is a new codex of the Bible
by telegraph; or letter to the seems to prove that the applause far and the most complete in existence to the settlements made hj

which suspend treasury department between Oct. 1and outweighs the condemn itlon the latter barks wtihjut the necessity for Ute el-
There are but three others the Vatican -
', t ed payment durIng Nov. 13 of the refusal of New York being directed almost ,entirely against the Alexandrian and the Sinaitfc change of real money These awes

,, the late national banks to pay :New: lork exchange the manner and not the matter of the tile settlements would be made oa th*
1 No two of these agree exactly, and
financial strin in cash or respond to calls for message" The Independent finds tint none Is an original; document Thereare basis of the \alues of sound merca&tIIe

.w gency. Mr Mur- esertes. If such complaints were events in the east. where some of theleiding many differences of structure between accounts

made the secretary Is directed to send papers openly! disapprove of
Lawrence O Murray pointedhis the three others and the Freer What to Do When BiliousThe
: the message the great bulk of opinionis
e copies of the correspondence to the manuscript Professor Saunders estimates -
present office ou Dec. :-1. 1903. previousm senate in approval and that the people take right; thing to do when you feel hihenBis
the date of the new document at take dose f(' 'sMoMaehMMl
ro a< > :
to which he had been an officer of the little stork In the talk about the
E Another Employers' Liability C 1i. about 040 A D. He says its differences Liver tabl6Ls. They will cleanse the ataamch
;' Central Trust Company of America at "Uooe\elt panic." This approval Is
La Follette of Wisconsin has introduced from other codices are textual rather and regulate the fixer and bowels. Try i..
Jlew York and secretary of the CentralTrust quite as apt to be found among Democrats Price 2.j ceuts Samples free at TitUevilie
in the senate an employers' liability than material. Pharmacy and all dealers.
Company of Illinois. He was as among lepublicans.Oklahoma's .
f, bill which he believes will protest
t born at Addison N. Y., In 1864 and admitted
the employee more effectually than Bryan Primaries.In .
4' to the bar In New York In 1S93. 1 MISCELLANEOUS Advice to the Aged.Age .
the bill recently Introduced by Senator every one of the sC'fenty.e(

} r Breaks Cruiser Record. I vnox. Some of the distinguishing provisions counties of Oklahoma the primary brings Infirmities, such as slugeUh -

v The new armored cruiser North Carolina of the new bill are that no elections have gone for Bryan, and the To Cheer Canal Diggers. der and bowels TORPID, weak LI\ER.kidneys and 114-

'. has completed her trial speed test 'claim of "contributory negligence Democratic delegation of the new state Through contract with the government !

j having maintained an average speedof shall prevent tbe recovery of damages will be therefore a unit for the Xe- though under the Immediate auspices '

22.48 knots, which is:: in excess of although It may be taken into consiJ- braskan.
of the Y M C. A.. a quartet of
the contract speed required and is said ration as affecting the amount of such Direct Primaries For Illinois. women musicians have sailed for the Tutt'sPillshave

a 1 to be the best record ever made by a damages. and also that no workingman Hereafter all candidates for public Isthmus of Panama where they will

.( 4 vessel of the armored cruiser class. shall! be considered as having assumedthe office of every grade in Illinois will be give entertainments in the canal zone.

l' t 108 New Army Officers.At risk: of his position If injured in named by direct vole In stated party They expect to be gone four weeks and effect on these organs,

the graduating exercises of the my operation of a railroad which isengaged primary elections, a law to that effect to give eight concerts, two In each of to stimulating perform their the bowels natural,causing functions them U

West Point Military academy. Feb. 14, In violation of the law. having: been enacted by the legisla four towns In youth aDdIMPARTING

f 108 cadets' were given diplomas and Tariff Inquiry Voted Down. ture. No more conventions will be Tornado Destroys Towns.A VIGOR .

e) are now In line for commissions in the The Democrats in the house made an held for'this purpose. -
tornado which swept over a portion to the kidneys bladder and LIVER.;
E regular army where they are said toe effort to place the Republicans on record Hetty Green on the Panic. of the state of Mississippi wrought They are adapted to old and oung.
be greatly needed. Secretary of War tariff revision when Hitchcock .
as to --- -
3 In a recent remarkable interview at great devastation in the towns of Mos>s-
Taft made the principal address and of Nebraska moved to authorize
Boston the richest woman in Americahad yule, Nose and Service. At least eight HANDY
delivered the dIplomas. He reminded the commercial agents; of the bureau or MOTH PAPER
1 her fling at the fashionable rich ofNew deaths are reported and many serious _
I e the young men that an army man lost manufactures In foreign countries to
York, many of whom she said injuries.
f S r, ; a good part of his freedom of Initla. collect Information about the prices at A moth destroyer und ilisinietUut. Plaaed
' I the and speech and reminded them which American trust made goods are had come to her for money during the Powder Mill Explodes.The under carpets or in the fuhU uf fur and rfoth-

I L that their plain to "obey panic and predicted mixing house of the General Explosives ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve
duty was ort sold abroad. The Republican leaders sheets in
. thatRooset'eltwou1d a packet carriage prepaid 10 cento
lera and, keep your mouth shut" promptly lined up the majority to sustain run again and win company, near Dover N. J., Six packets 30 cents if druggist doe D'U have it.

For Alaskan Strike. the speaker In his ruling that the was blown to atoms and three employees .
ttr. Troops 'I When the crash Madigan Powder Works,Selection 816Cl..k..nille
motion was out o* order In connection Instantly killed. Much dam- Iowa
r By direction of the president the acting came she says she
with the t legislative executive and judicial : age was done to adjacent property, - --
of has ordered
secretary war acompany was one of the few
and train on the D., L and TIME IS MONEY
4'' r of Infantry to proceed from bill then before the house. The who really had money : a passenger
Democrats appealed from the dec! ion W railroad a half mile away had
: Fort Gibbon. Alaska, to Fairbanks. In She loaned Harry -
of the hair and on this point forced many windows broken, and several
the to order
} t same territory, preserve Payne hitne.v. a
a roll: call passengers were severely cat uy the
t--4 during the mining strike In that sec- million aqd others

I, t tloa. This action was taken upon representation I Cannon Boomed I In: the House. carious sums, but flying glass.

I.. of the federal court In While Speaker Cannon was presidingover refused theander- Hetty Green Miss Sncnts Now a Duchess.

i Alaska. The distance to be traveled the lower house, Feb. 18. his Republican hilts a loan although they offered her Miss Theodora Shonts, the daughter

I '< Is 155 miles and the troops will be colleague from Illinois Bou the family jewels as security Roosevelt of Theodore I', Shouts nobead of the

I al carried by sleds. The journey can be tell-managed to get the: personality s .e asserted was partly to blame New York traction system was mar- i,

f s accomplished in four or five days. and record of the speakerIvldlv before for the panic, and in her opinion he ried to the French f- '

I Converse Defends Our Navy. all by recalling the maiden speed had not made good. "All this talk of Duc de Chaulnes at

Rear Admiral George A. Converse I which Cannon made !In the house just Taft being the nominee Is moonshine." her Catber's'ew::

I j retired president of the board of con- i thlrtv-four years ago;; that very day. she continued, for when It becomes York home Fob 13:

L r fetructlon of the navy, has made the IJoutell sketched the scene' mentioning !. apparent that he cannot carry the convention the ceremony being -j-

L special report which he prepared at the some of the members on both sides I Taft or some one will get up performed by Mgr I
who then and who M:chyol J. La\elle
request of President Roosevelt on the were prominent 'and name Roosevelt and Teddy will y ,
became more so In later \ears-Blalne. the convention" : % ., of fet Patricks cathedral -
methods of designing and the structural sweep This w just a> true m regardMachiins to
But'er! Hoar The IM of Srwisa
Garfield Stevens. Mornson. '
efficiency of the American battle- 4* anything dee.
& Talk of Vice President Timber.
,
Randall Lamar. Mills and othe 'rat guests Includedmany By using Lou. shuttle
intended
T ships. While this report is asa ; : Machines IH matter
and from Cannon's The names of two state governors how Hell made!
quoted speechIn men prominent
t *: answer to all the recent attacks you are actually tbru, iB.
"' of naval favor of the measure to reduce the have been much discussed In connection in business and .i way 3 hours out ol every seven.THEST.ACIARD .
I
the t"es-
upon efficiency our
extend the with the Republican nominationfor Duchesse circles.de UOTm :slHTTLE'
diplomatic
postage on reading; matter
sell, it U primarily a reply to lIenryReuterdahl's SEWING: MACHINE
franking privilege to seeds' documents i vice president on the ticket in case Chaulnes The brides father
article In a recent number It Is to be headed by Taft-namelj. Will make %H)-tiuhn ill the same time
4 etcand wound up by asking who was denied explicitly numerous statementsto Shuttle Mtfdiiutf, Lora
make only .!till.
the man who made that speech Great Guild of Massachusetts and Fort of the effect that he had settled a large The 5taud.nd Rotary Principal 1
Cone is ID.** lei
applause on both sides of the house: New Jersey The former was a callerat fortune upon the due prior to the wedding fntifio-&I1) comet which fait baa bc-eu prove*

without their faults. He does contend greeted the announcement of the speak. the White House, and from a statement The bridal couple are to spend l>y 2.i years of successful use ID all i&rlaufwo the
1d
and
are .v our
armpKtatoty
er's and there calls for he gave to the press afterward their honeymoon in Florida and will OObtiouWIII
name were a :
that these few and trying to it .
however, are copy without
uc(:*1I Tat;
I that the navy of the United States wilt speech but Cannon refused to be cajoled the impression! prevailed that be would not go to Europe until Mav VT\M: >,\UHUM: ) ROTARY THE
" not I:e selected as the running mate of WORLD'S BL.VT shIV '
and M (
" favorably In this respect with at once called up the regular Flood Damage $2,500,000. \ Hp,L W two
compare 1 order of business. Taft Guild denied the truth of any machines in our-L.kaud Chain Stitch
H? of other The recent heavy the Ohiocaller Kill IVjrui >un
that any power. statement that a deal bad been made rains in On the subject of freeboard the admiral tamed severe tlJdIi and bey'llIJa h, not f-il to niv .' ,tirate the menu of the
between him and Taft fur the >Kepresidency Fastest. Must Silent }:meat
says that with a few exception I POLITICAL'' C'+ ze in and around Pittsburg: the lJIost durable Running and tie
adding that his duty to his sewing Machine lllade. Till
; our vessels have more freebroad than state would present his entering sucha k5 teeing estimated SSjWCOO:: : Resides ST\X DA IU)'RUT.\' Y. \ deinou.,trati(, ;.,
vessels which much ensaedandthou a vUton: : '\ nte for
the British and Japanese content Later Governor Fort was suffering prices and Easy:: Payment ,
Plan.
cave given good service and pronounces Taft Against the Field the sands of men were temporarily out of Guaranteed bowing )bebi...,
president's guest at Washington: f12.1)1' up.
i statement that all The antladmmlstration men and organs
Mr. Reuterdahl's cniplovment The
I and his availability for tbe second Standard Sewing Machine; Co.
modern foreign battleships have forward continue to talk about the chanceof W S. Broad bt, Atlanta
.o place on the ticket: is said to hate Famous Circus Man Dead. da.
to twen- preventing the nomination of Taft
decks from twenty-two
I ceived favorable consideration by the William Sells once noted as the The Standard Sewing Machine
I ty-tight feet above the water "very on the first ballot at Chicago by combining I
I j friend-* of Taft. bareback rider In tbe circus
of contesting delegations with the greatest is sold by the
far from the truth. The height ; Indian RhcrMusic
6F J I May P.'ose ute Southern Pacific. ring died i recently at his home In NewS
favorite vote that it n
the positions In American vessels.i : son admitting
d gun The report of Interstate Commerce: York city. He began to l learn circus House, Titusville



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