The Florida star ( March 6, 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:
March 6, 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:
UF00075901:00274

Related Items

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

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FLORIDA


.STAR


3=Vm


TIT TVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1908


NO. 46


Niot for Oqrse.14es Alo~qe, But for t1~e Q0o4of 1Ot1~.s Also.


NK THE



S IM Idt gMi to Basi
Bi"nt bau1t T-e

S hat mtem at Heath & C's. store is
sa-t one.
u ~i iclesfor sale cheap
at Imam River Musie HuBse.
WeanF m DYar s-Carelprompt,
service. Tiasvile Fl--.. cy. .
Mr. Juli Kline is expertd to ar-
Aet home froa New York today or
tomorrow.
Mr. C. J. Denham was suddenly
tabm illTuesday with I& grippe but
with carul treatment is convales-

Thm SnrA asks the induUgnce of
ita readers for a shortage of local
matter this week, caused by the ill-
-of our composing force.
Mm. G. M. Robbins returned Fr
d& from DeLnAd where she w"
to hrow Madam s .-Aniann-Heink.
8ae was delighted with the fine con-
trultosinger.
States Attorney J. C. Jones was in
town Tuesday on his way home from
Fat Pierce after learning that cir-
culit court for DIade county had been
postponed by order of Judge Jones.
Allen'sMimtelgave an entertain-
ment Mouday night to a crowded
test. Tis well known company
alws draws a large amttmdance
here and their performance this
se-so was better than ever.
Mrs. E. J. Gardner, who is spend-
ing thi month here with her friend
Mrs Rathbdn, after a several weeks
stay atPahn Beach, is delighted with
Florida. Mrs. Gardner has her win-
ter obme in New York city but she
emds her summers on Lake Keuka,
Y., near Mrs. Pothbon's summer
bhe.
Somaeofthe theatrical company
haoe been at ma in fulfilling appoint-
failed to come here Saturday, and
the 'When i S th Came Home" com-
paty 6aid to etNrwIw yesterday
cma i ntof ilnessof some of the

da revival services are being
hedinuth M. E. church every after-
no and evening this week and ext
at 3 and 7M' o'cock by the pastor,
Rev.J. P. McCal, and Rev. W.W.
M d ofAtlanta, assisted by their
saer, Mr.W.W. Hooten, also of
Atlmta. A cordial invitation isex-
tended to alL.
The eount cat ,ons. have
hadlaqe elevated cyprems tank
and an E mneoa hot air engine provid-
ed for g water for use at the
county dm sheri's home. The
nine was tried for the first time
Muuy mand worked to perfection in
charge of Dqeuty Sheriff Waller,
who wil soon become expert on
"hot air" mechanics.
The Heywood-Roeder party, which
has been stopping at Palmhurst for
a week or so, left yesterday morning
for Charesto and New York via St.
Jolms river route. Mr. Heywood
telsyushehashad the time of his
life bantingm here this winter and he
expect return here next season
in-a erung yachutof about 80 feet
over all nd making ten miles per
hour, elegantly fitted out.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Shetland flea, Germantown, Saxony
Gas mantle aad chimneys, lamps
Art scearpets n, mattings
FTr.Psparet poat card envelopes
"If ycn esmt fnd it, try"
CaHs. A. GAsuMu, 'Phone 34


-torph Gallery
Go to Fatst, the photographer, on
JuNa areet, for artistic photo. All
wk sAnt d. and promptly attended
ta& pat-l, water colors and
n a specialty.
Nmery Stock for Sale
cOtrA stock grown en high pine
)d. Indian River Nurmeries, estab-
e1d I8mS. Send for catalogue.
Toledo and Wet Pahm Beach,


Expressm Paid on All Out-
of-Town Orders
For the past several weeks we have
been receiving da large ahip npn4
of ourspring and summer lineof
hi shoe hats,men's and boy's
A UM,~ag Come hereoraend us
your orders for your new suitand
frniWhings
We have the latest styles from
sueh fine makers as Schis Bros. &
Co., Baltimore and New York, and
other great style leaders. Every
thing new and update.
Wecarry the best goods that mon-
ey can buy. Each and every item
gWsEtteed, and sold at the most rea-
sonable prices.
One order makes a lasting custo-
mer.
WINSTON S. BANNING
ThIe ClothingStore
Titusville, Flokrid.
Democratic Addresses
At the opera house Wednesday
night a small but attentive and
appreciative *udiwece, listened to
filn addresses made by Hon. Jeff. B.
Browne, of Key West, candildate for
governor, and Hon. John S. Beard, of
Penwcola, for U. S. senator. These
amrtim.n, from theextreme ends of
the pe'nisnlor state, presented some
very forcible asimsuents for securing
the support of Dppoermtic votes in
the coming primary election. They
werei.aLoduAdby MrJ.J. W. Osban,
of this place, and stated their posi-
tions briefly, plainly and without any
equivocation on all the most import-
ant political qestimm that are up-
permost in this state today.
Had their appointment here been
properly advertised a much larger
*tteaihnee would have greeted them.
As it was, but few knew that there
was to be any public speaking, con-
sequently the attendance was small.
Messrs. Browne and Beard left
yesterday for Miami.
THE STAR acknowledges the re-
ceipt of a very pleasant call and an
interesting talk yesterday morning
from these two gentlemen in com-
pany with our townsman, Mr. W. S.
Norwood.
Mr. Browne's platform will soon
be presented to the people of Brev-
ard county in the columns of THE
STAR.
Progressive Culture Club
Monday was the. date for the an-
nual election of officers for the Pro-
gressive Culture club. There was a
goodly number of members in atten-
dance and the election resulted as
follows: Mrs. Adhemar Brady, pres-
ident; Mrs. F. S. Battle vice presi-
dent; Mrs. J. Begg, secretary and
treasurer. The president appointed
Mrs. W. T. Mathers librarian, and
Mrs. B. R. Wilson, Mrs. Jas. Pritch-
ard and Mrs. C. B. Kingman execu-
tive committee. Mrs. S. B. Rathbun
was re-elected secretary and treas-
urer of the V. I. A. branch of the
club.
Fine Place For Sale
Fine orange grove property at City
Point, on Indian river. Sixty acres of
land, 2,000 bearing trees, oranGes, tan-
gerines and grape-fruit. Gooddwelling
ouse well plied with water by wind
mill and tank. Excellent barn, serv-
ant's house, etc. A beautiful and ideal
spot for a winter home and with proper
management could be made topav large
returns. Apply to W. B. Hentz, City
Point, Fla.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRIFFIS.
Shiloh, Fla.


Draying
Draying or hauling of all kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
H. E. HOLTON.
Titusville. Fla.
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.


LATEST NEWS

AND INCIDENTS

PseUal Puragriphs About hpl* that
Treld Am Ed Tm
Try Heath & Co. for groceries ana
save money by their low prices.
Mrs. L. A. Brady entertained a
few lady friends at cards Monday
evening.
Capt. Fisher has had the Fulton
cottage thoroughly overhauled, he
being the owner of the property now.
The interior of the county clerk's
office has been greatly improved this
week by a coat of Alahastine applied
by Mr. Maier and his assistant, Mr.
Bert Johnson.
Mr. Trez Wilson returned to his
old home here last Saturday after
spending five years in Connecticut.
His wife and sister, Miss Ethel, are
expected about the 15th.
After about two weeks' stay in
Miami, Mrs. W. E. Salt returned
Saturday and stopped off here for
another short visit with her friend,
Mrs. C. B. Kingman, before return-
ing to her home in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Otis returned
Saturday from a ten days' delight-
ful stay at Palm Beach and Miami
and are again the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Brady. Mr. Otis made a
flying business trip to Tampa the
first of this week.
Miss Marie Quarterman arrived
Friday from Moultrieville, S. C.,
where she had been visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Johansen, since the lat-
ter part of December. She staid for
a few days' visit here with her friend
Mrs. F. M. Taylor before proceed-
ing to her home at Chester Shoals.
Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Indianola at 10:30 a.
m. and 7p. m.
During the season of Lent there
will be services in St. Gabriels church
in Titusville on Thursday evening at
7:30 and on Friday morning at 10:30.
Service in St. Gabriels church, Ti-
tusville, Sunday morning, March 8th,
at 11 o'clock. Dean Robottom will
officiate.
Dean Robottom will preach in the
Episcopal church at Merritt on Sun-
day, March 8th, at 3:30 p. min. and in
St. Marks church, Cocoa, at 7:30p.m.
Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at St.
Pauls church, Eau Gallie, Sunday
March 8th, at 10:30 a. m. Subject
of the discourse will be: "The Wit-
ness of Fulfilled Prophecy." At
night Dr. Hawk will preach at Mel-
bourne.


Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
*-* m-s I I- AND PERSONALS
MONDAY, MARC. 9, 190M.
We have ready more thantwo thou-,ri .ll tlt thpl of Tt1u-
sand yards of Manester cambric;
and Marcelle percale, Bates'searsuck- j l as y Cn a
ers, A. F. & C., Anioske-g and toile
du nord ginghams in dozens of dif-j SEA SHEu. sdauvenis and to her bar-
ferent patterns for dresses, waists or gain NovmLTras. Titusville Pharmacy
men's shirts, 36 inches wide, 15 cents Horse and buggy and harness for sale
and 1l cents per yard. at a bargain. Inquire at THE STAR of-
High grade trunks and dress suit f
cases at half price.
We are receiving daily large ship- Good white bueon, 'lc. per lb.; omp.
ments of summer dry goods, cloth- lard 10e. per lb. Save money and buy
ing, shoes, ladies' and gents' furnish- of Heath & Co., Popular Price Grocers.
wings, which our Mr. Kline is pur- The Novelty Store keeps books, sta-
Dinner k fine satin dam tionery, novelties, post cards, jewelry
warranted all pure linen, 27x27 inch- candy and toys, -cent and 10cent
es, beautiful designs, exceptionally counters. I. M. Dodson.
good at, per doz., $4.49. J. D. Crabb left Monday p. m. for
Another lot warranted all pure Jacksonville and will pay his son, Lee
linen, 27x27 inches, $2.96 per dozen. Roy, a visit at Columbia college, Lake
Dinner napkins, mercerized dam- City, ere retus, home.
ask, beautiful designs, 20x20 inches,
$.L49 per dozen. Another lot 18x18 R. A. Ledbetter, formerly a resident
inches, $1.10 per dozen. of Lotus, was drowned in St. Lucie river
Turkish bath towels with fringe, Thursday of last week while trying to
extra heavy quality, 60 inches, spec- recover his boat, which had gone adrift
ial 29 cents each. in a high wind. He followed the boat
Huck towels, fancy linen damask, down the shore and when opposite it
large~ y, plain white hemmed, some started to swim out to it, but was seized
have ancyborders, special 49 cents with cramps and drowned.
Huck towels, 38 inches long with Mr. and Mrs. Cormaek and son, and
red striped borders, 12 cents each. Mrs. Emery, mother of Mrs. Cormack,
Ladies' shoes and oxfords, latest arrived in Titusville Saturday from
spring and summer styles, in patent Winchester, Tenn., having rooms at Mrs.
leather, gun metal, viaci; black, tan j. D. Crabb's. Mr. Cormack returned
and white, prices from $2 to U direct to Cincinnati, being traveling
Krippendorff & Dittmann make.
Ladies' plain gauze lisle thread passenger agent for the C. H. & D. rail-
hosiery, garter tops, in black and way. They are close friends of Dr.
tans, 25 cents per pair. Grizard's family, who will be pleasantly
Men's lisle thread half hose, high remembered, not only in Titusville, but
spliced heels and double soles, white, in Cocoa as well.
black and tan, 25 cents per pair.
Lonsdale cambric, 36 inches wide, C'n4ij-(te9 Cnming Out
Loendal5 centsnches wide, The new announcements this week
special 121d cents per yard. n are as follows: The present members
Mail orders promptly filled on any of the board of county commission-
of the above goods. ers for their respective districts; Mr.
Juuus KuNE, Titusville. J. W. Osban for representative; Mr.
J N halk f bLw IUnIU5.mI Iiftfi+


County Tresurer's Statemont


Meh. 1st, 1908.
Balance cash on hand Feb. 1,
1908-- --------------$
Amount received in Feb., 1908


15,354.80
1,953.76


Total 17,308.56
Less warrants paid in Feb.
1908, and warrants deliver-
ed to county conipgmuen-
ers and board of public in-
struction .......--.-------------. 2,929.35
Balance cash on hand Mch. 1,
1908--------- ------- -- 14,379.21
This amount is held as fol-
lows:
Deposited in Indian River
State bank, as per cashier's
certificate attached to
monthly statement and cash
and checks in safe------- 14,379.21
The balances belonging to each fund
are as follows:


County revenue---General
fun -- a---- ---- --
County road and bridge fund
Building fund -
Fine and forfeiture fund - -
Special road fund Dis. No. 1
46 6 6 4 6 2
6 4. 446 66 3
'6 44 44 4. 4d 4
44 46 41 64 64 5


1,261.64I
4,442.86
12.52
725.77
151.86
1,018.77
3,017.44
1 1T7723


j. N. auU er zor memD er or tne
school board, 2nd district; and Hon.
J. C. Jones, of Orlando, for prosecut-
ing attorney. All will be found on
page eight
Political Note.
The announcement of Mr. J. W.
Osban for representative will be
found on eighth page. Mr. Osban
has been a life-long Democrat and
for very many years has been an ar-
dent worker in the ranks for the
welfare of his party in Florida. If
elected he will highly appreciate the
honor conferred upon him and will
represent his constituents to the best
of his ability in a legislative capacity.
His platform will be published in
THE STAR in a week or so.
Yacht Club Members, Attention!
The members of the Indian River
Yacht club are requested to meet at
the office of THE FLORIDA STAR nt-xt
Friday evening, March 13th, at S
o'clock. Business of importance de-
mands attention. A full attendance!
requested. JOHN R. WALKER,
President.


Fine Monday Offerings of Men's Game warden fund. 2,326.31a a ,- ,'
Clothing Property of deceased persons The young ladies of Titusville have
The man who wants to brighten County school fund 16.49 been showing the young men how to
up his wardrobe can do it now at very' Special school fund "C'"state entertain of late, having, within the
little cost. Stylish, splendidly made aid 33-75 past ten days. given two leap year
A. B. Kirschbaum suits and overcoats T,,tal $14,.79.21' balls, the first one -a masquerade-
in these reduced price groups: i was mentioned at some length in our
blMen's saek suits of fany chevotes, Wood For Sale last. The latest was the tackey dance
at $1.0 to $16-50 w Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- of Tuesday night, which was a large
ing and harrowing. See or address J.
A very unusual gathering of men's W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. success in every way and everyone
white shirts at SIM and colored had a thoroughly enjoyable time.
shirts at $1.0. Wanted A number of the costumes were quite
Neglige coat style with cuffs at- One hundred laying hens, small sized suggestive of a poverty instead
tached, made of finest quality of broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and suggestive of a poverty hall stead
cambric, madras and fancy cheviots game, at Palmhurst hotel, Titusville. of being tackey, while many were
ever used in shirts at this price, var- very apropos and showed much at-
ious sleeve lengths, $1.00 each. For Sale tension had been paid to secure the
Another lot atSO centseach, worth 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at tentio h bd c
75 cents and $1.00. h, worth$5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old, proper tackey effect. Music for the
Men's shoes and oxfords, smart now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire occasionwas furnished by the Titus-
and dressy, patent leather, vici, gun brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in yille orchestra and the dances were
metal and Russia leather, in black fine condition. Address kept up until nearly 1 o'clock.
and tan, Hanan, M. A. Packard and E B. AR.-oT.. .
W. L. Douglass makes, prices $ -- Malabar. n ia. For Sale Cheap For Cash
to $.M. A cool drink at a cool place at About 88 acres of good high land on
Juuus KLNE, MANDY'S. the east or ocean side of the Indian river


Titusville Fla.
For Sale
| Two fine lots, corner of Palm andGar-
.den streets, Titusville. Front on Palm
'street over 150 feet. JOHN HENRY.


SThe Alpine Hotel
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
ager. On the European plan-furn-
ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
trally located.


at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
east. Thi d is unimproved but fine-
Iy located. For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.


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where lw did n3t cout until ltoyd
.re.d -ltea:-s pont'ato' attorney,
-a it mtiraed him. BSt his vanity



J-. A ni Hlarpe's Weekly. His en-
m.siss tat te reMaso wah nit a
let et vanity, bit that the Bte tltt
kn-ela d i net want is meatmuns too
-e.l known to the people o oter see-
l tim of Kesatuky. For year he had
Seeded at ltervale that mno oime aold
ever take a photograph of him. Dut-
se the fUte H severgi during ptehoora-
:l. p a"es who west to Jacksee for the
perposeeI o appl the Hisg were-
g 8lad to escape wi their They

trial of Jim Hargis for the Callahan
mieri The Ju taekaw ef their
'a resnc and v'wed that his rule
Sweald t be broken. Of course all
theo le adig papers of K.oetwky had
S ( photographers at Jacksoa, especially
to get a picture of Jim Hargis. The
Iais.ille Courier-Journal had sent a
yeong man named Robert Hooe.
SWhen the day ame for the oeeninl
SW tie trial, the photographers were
laed up aloer tie mali street from
the store of Hargis to the cauhoase.
The accuse ed waited in the rear of hi
store until the hour arrived for court
to open, then covered his features with
a qusgt and made his way in that man-
r to th trial.
Several of the newspaper men
thounght tat Har had weon out and
gave up the attempt for the tim be-
tgt. Hooe, however, went around to
the rear of the courthouse ad conceal-
ed himself near te entrance. o His
dea was that, whble Hargis was bound
to be covered with his quilt if he left
by the front entrance, he might discard
It in leaving by the rear. This proved
to be the case. When recess came,
Hargis, accomp-nled by some of his
men, left by the rear way. The
Corier-Jounmal man thereupon came
eut from his ctwheia-t and snapped
the Judge before he could hide behind
ee of his friends.
Haris, In a rage, shook his fist and
swore at the photographer. Several of
his friends knowing the rule of the
Judge, sei ed the Ceurier-Journal man
and were about to smash his camera
when the Judge Interposed. "Don't.
boys. vHe paper expects it of him,
and I suppose he's got to make a lIv-
Ing." The Ice was broken. Hargis
posed for several pictures and was
never reluctant to be photographed
afterward.


THE EMMANUEL MOVEMENT.
Dr. MacDonald Says It Has Strength
of Other Systems Minus Weakness.
The Rev. Tor. Robert MacDonald of
the Washington Avenue Baptist church
in Brooklyn preached his second ser-
mon a few nights ago In a series of
fouear on the Emmannel movement, the
new Boston system of curing nervous
derangements by complementing sci-
ease and religion.
From what Dr. MacDonald said. it
would appear that the leading traits
about the new system were its eclecti-
clam of method, Its cathollelty of spirit
and the general Intangibility of its na-
tum
"The new Emmanuellam." he declar-
ed, "dares use help from all sources-
from psychology, from medicine. men-
tal suggestion. Christian Science ain!
faith cure alike-taking the strength of
all, discarding the weakness of all ti.-
til we have a system in which no r.a-
tional or moral or scientific lncoums I.t-
encles can he found. Our work is di'-
tinctly sclentifie and astisuredly (! .:r
tian. It could be called scientific Cr:
tianity.
*CWd with us! is a pi!niform ':.
which all won can unite and whi- b
suggests a power 1luit all men e-:i-
*Tle .'i"r of ni l ol l mi: s.' ;: :*
.r -;n ." T e n,".v .v, 'iit. I
.% "',I *,,il~M. s .l. Iv<,l:
Two lb -r' s -71ri;:tnr will c.epu i.- li.
:tld vi!iPl v"e a new series dea!ll-g :;:
ih- .u'-jev-t from a construc:ive pI'--:
of view.

It Does the R*siness
Mr. E. E. Chamberlain. of Clinton. Maixne.
says of Buackle'sArnira Salve ":It od- lthe
business: I have us* d it for piles ian'l it t u .1
them. applied it to an old sore lud it healedi
it without leaving a War behinl." *.-. :at
Banner Drug Store.

Nevertheless He Got Her.
"Tou say my tl;-rihter loves you?"
questioned the old man.
-I'm urep of it." replied ith young
ulsan.
-'ell. well." returned the old mrin.
looking the young man over critically.
"There's no aeeounting for tastes. Is
theer e?
And somehow, although the young
man knew that he ought to be happy


Ove r-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.

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An d Mblood in your body pa
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kWOySare yew
blood f they ffl-
tr O theW as or
Srities is the blood.
Sthoeyaresick or out
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lT dtoey their w Tork.id
Caseof uric acdla the
Sblood duto matoaed
a betr oble a r im
honrt b e and sad make best th
they had bent trouble, becaums the heao t
W-working hein psoaping thick4 kkiny-
poisomed blood relasae ardrieuds.
It vod to be caoly maty
ir oia twetarto be to the kdunM
bu t **o erns -- pro- s t nearly
an om ltWos diaeums heweir hg

by firstdotori oes yor kidney. The mild
and the mtrmowdhmy aehct of Dr. KWlross
Sa re used. Ity ulandf the iukl r Its
winderfulcumoesoftahim ad-an
and issold om ts er IT
by alld iggcltainfifty-
c aet and oinnU uit
es. You ma y haveso
samupleh otlisiyon mu etween100 anr
6free1 al89 pnph 1t te01g you how to find
t you ham- kidy or bladder trouble.
apntlal isapaper -arrig in wh Dr. Khmi r
&a Co., stinghaioall. N. Y.
Dou't make any mistake. but remember
the namie. Swap-root. Dr. Kilmer's8 bwamp-
Root. and the addre, Binghampton, N. Y,
on every bottle.

over the possessions of the girl. be
couldn't help scowling and speculating
on that remark at the old man's.
Tatter, Salt Rheum and Renemam
Theme are disaeawe for which Cmhambrlain's
Salve is especially valuable. It quickly allay,
the itching and smarting amd soon effects a
care. Price 2s cents. For sale by Titasville
Pharmacy and all dealers.

Damage Suit for $10@A
Resulting from injuries received
through a collision between a north
l.ound Tampa-Sulphur Springs car and
a pallbearer's carriage, in which he
was seated, Tampa street and Wood-


!awn avenue, Charles S. Harris, a
drummer, about 56 years of age.
through his attorney, Frank M. Sim
onton, has brought suit against the
Tampa-Sulprus Springs Traction Co..
in the sum of $10,000. When the car,
struck the carriage all the pallbearers
were precipitated to the pavement
nearly all being bruised. Harris was
:he one Injured the most. He was
Taken to his home in a carriage and
was confined there in a critical condi
tion for several weeks. The collision
occurred as the carriage was travelinir
east on Woodlawn avenue, returning
fiom the funeral of a Mrs. Nichols.--
Tampa Times.

NEW YORK NEWSPAPER

PRINTS PRESCRIPTION

Directions to Prepare Simple, Yet Re-
markable Home mixture
A well known authority on rheu-
matism gives the. readers of a large
New York daily pap_'r the. following
valuable, yet sin:ple and harmless
prvsc-ri>ltioni. which any onite can ea.-.-
ly prepare at lham:'.
Fluidi extract dandelion, one-half
otlnt *; c,:nl-pouiid k;-'.: -n. neoun'e:
c.,nlooiinid syrup sarsaparilla. three
o;!uli' S.
Mix i.y sh-ikip. wel.l irab,.ttl,- and.
t.1 a a,'.: *, ..i i at "; e;'h1 Pt'.eai
anl at 1-,,dimJrn.'
H1. states that tl i! in.rE',lients can
h. .. tain- fr>,an -, ;:i- n .'i ,esc-rip-
ti,'n pharm-.acy at s!;- 1 ;: t. and ite-
i,.., of vec,.taltbi extr-acti .rt, are
harmless to take-.
This pleasant mixture, if taken reg--
ularly for a few days, is saiid t-oi,. r-
come alllmost any case l-f l'heumla-
tism. The pain and swelling, ii any,
diminishes with each dose. until per-
manent results are obtained, and
without injuring the stomach. While
there are many so-called rheumatism
remedies, patent medicines, etc.,
some of which do give relief, few
really give permanent results, and
the above will, no doubt, be greatly
appreciated by many sufferers here
at this time.
Inquiry at the drug stores of this
neighborhood elicits the information
that these drugs are harmless and
can be bought separately, or the
druggists here will mix the prescrip-
tion for our readers if asked to.


Amog th -w U: e sayM U
slib papers with tdo Smcretry of
State at Tallak-me, ar the follow
IBg:
R. M. Benltes Cigar Company, Tam-
pa, R. I. Benstes, president; R. L
Richard, secretary and treasurer. Capi
tal stock $10,000. Filed Feb. 10, 1908.
K.lamazoo Land and Colony Compa-
ny. Sanford. C. F. Walker, president;
B. B. Minshew, secretary. Capital stock
$25,000. Filed Feb. 10, 1908.
Florida Retort Company, Ocala, J. E
Taylor, president; L. W. Duval, see-
retary. Capital stock $50,000. Filed Feb
12. 1908.
Monticello Drug Company, Montleel-
lo, Thomas S. Roberts, president; J. R.
McEachern, secretary and treasurer.
Capital stock $1,000,000. Filed Febru
ary 12, 1908.
St. Laue County bank, Jensen, Her-
bert B. Race, president; H. D. Watts,
Jr., cashier and secretary. Capital
stock $15,000. Filed February 13
1908.
The McDonnell Berlack Company.
Jacksonville, 8. A. Rawls, president;
Charles S. Adams, secretary. Capita!
stock $25,000. Filed February 13
1908.
Volusla Land Company, Jacksonville
E. C. Long, president; W. Fralie-
.Tones, secretary and treasurer. Capita!
stock $100,000. Filed Feb. 14, 1908.
Williams-McLauren Company Spring
Hill. J. A. C. Carson. secretary an
treasurer; J. A. McLaurin, president.
Capital stock $25,000. Filed Feb. 14.
1908.

COMFORTING WORDS

lay a Florida Hoseold llH Filad
Th So
To have the pains and aches of a bad back
removed; to he entire'y free from annoying.
dangerous. urinary disorders is enough to
make any kidney suffer gratefuL To tell
how this great change can be brought about
will prove comforting words to hundreds of
Florida readers.
A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L.St., Penseola.
Fla.. tells how to do it. He says: "From my
experience with Doan's Kidney Pills I can
strongly recommend them to anyone in ne ed
of a goud medicine for the kidneys. Kiluey
complaint and backache caused me suffering
at intervals for years. The first or second at-
tack I did not *aind, but as time went by they
grew worse and at times laid me up. I could
hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to
straighten after stooping while the kidney se-
eretions were irregularand unnatural. DlIat's
Kidney Pills -ured nime. From personal ex-
perience I know that this remedy can be de-
pended upon to fulfill the representations
made for it."
For Sale hTy all dealers. Priv .'o ceiits.
Fiart-r-Millur n ('o.. liualot New York. sole
agents for ithe 'nitld Slalt,.es. Reunientiler thl.-
namnie--i)in'r--and t'ike" no other.

Notice To Teachers
Office of Superintendent of Public In-
struction of Brevard County. Titusville,
Fla., Feb. 7th. 1908.
The following is a list of text hooks
to be used as the basis of the June ex-
amination, 190S:
Orthogra,hy Reea's Word Lessons
(2rc). Maynard. Merrill & Co.. New
York.
Beading any standard author will
answer.
Comoositin -Maxwell and Smith's
Writing in English (75c). American
B',ok to.
Arithnet;'c-Milne's Standard (t().
American Rook C ... Atlanta.
Engiih (;iranimar McU'alf's (oje,'.
American I;.ok t'o.
Florida History Brevanrl an'! B-n-
nett's (;<>'. Am-...ri.;n BHok 4',,. arind
Fairbanks'. li. & W. B. lrew t'o.. Jack-
sonville. Fla.
U. S. ,li;stry Fithl'.; (;r;.;n1r:::ir
Srchol ($1). A-\ ni."-ian hook C',.
G(.ogra,4.--Redwav's Natural Ad-
ance.! (.:1..,. Aerincan Rlok C'o.
t'hyvsi:l',t.v- 'lt.eiiian's Elemetnts iof
(.ic). The MacMillan Co.. Atlanta.
Civil g"vernment- Y'wum's Civil Got\ -
,rrunent <.f Floridat aid the U'nited >itat't,
11$l. E. 0. I'ainter (',.. )el.and. Fla.
Algebra Milne's High School (1 i. The
MacMillan Co.. Atlanta.
Physical Geography-Tarr's Netw 4 1)
The MacMillan Co., Atlanta.
Theory and Prac-tice---For all grades
---< lassroom Management. by Baglev.
($1.25). The MacMillan Co.. Atlanta,
Ga.


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..ti DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Express Paid on All Out- LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's I!LOCAL GOSSIP 1J'

of-Town OrdersFor

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

been receiving daily large shipmentsof :MONDAY,MARCH. 9, 1908. \

FPungent Motes Pertaining to Events our spring and summer line of About that We have ready more than two thou- Something About the j
clothing, shoes,hats,men's and boy's Paragraphs People sand yards of Manchester cambric' People of Titus- '

Transpiring About Town furnishings. Come here or send us Travel Here and There and Marcelle percale, ville as They Come and Go -
orders for suit and I
your your new ers, A. F. &C., Bates'searsuck-I s
Ja ,Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville., furnishings.We Try Heath & Co. for groceries and du nord ginghams in SEA SHELL souvenirs and to her bargain -

t 'That bacon at Heath &'Co's. store is have the latest styles from save money by their low prices. I ferent patterns for dresses,waists or NOVELTIES. Titusville Pharmacy

simply fine.Second.hand. such Co., Baltimore fine'makers and as New Schloss York Bros., and& Mrs. L. A. Brady entertained a I men's and 19 shirts, 36 inches wide, 15 cents I' Horse and buggy and harness for sale '

bicycles for sale cheap other great style leaders. Every few lady f friends at cards Monday High cents grade per trunks yard.and dress suit at a bargain. Inquire at THE STAB of-
P' at Indian River Music House. "-
thing new and uptodate.We evening. -
cases at half price. fice.Good
PURE FRESH DRUGS-Careful prompt, carry the best goods that mon- Capt. Fisher has had the Fulton We are receiving daily large ship-I white bacon, lie. per lb.comp. r
service. Titusville ey can buy. Each and every item of cloth- lard lOc. lb. Save and
Pharmacy. overhauled he ments summer dry goods, per money buy f i'
cottage thoroughly -
guaranteed, and sold at the most reasonable shoes ladies' furnish- of Heath & Co.
Mr. Julius Kline is expected to arrive the ing, andgents' Popular Price Grocers.
prices. being owner of the property now.
which Mr. Kline is
ings, our
! home from New York today or One order makes a lasting custo- in New York. pur- The Novelty Store keeps books, stationery -
The interior of the county clerk'soffice chasing novelties, post cards, jewelry, s
tomorrow.Mr.
Dinner fine satin damask
napkins, ,
mer.WINSTON S. BRANNING has been greatly improved this candy and toys 5-cent and 10-cent<
warranted all linen 27x27 inches i
pure ,
: C. J. Denham was suddenly '
week by coat of Alabastine appliedby beautiful designs, exceptionallygood counters. I. M. Dodson.
TIle ClothinirStore ,
with but
taken ill Tuesday la grippe I, Mr. Maier and his assistant, Mr. ; at, per doz., $4.49. I J. D. Crabb left Monday p. m. for
with careful treatment is convales- Titusville, Florida.
Another lot warranted all
Bert Johnson.Mr. pure Jacksonville and will pay his son, Lee
cing. linen, 27x27 inches, $2.98 per dozen. Roy, a visit at Columbia Lake '
college,
.
AddressesAt Trez Wilson returned to his
Dinner mercerized dam-
r THE STAR asks the indulgence of Democratic napkins, City, ere returning home.R. .
old home here last Saturday after
ask, beautiful designs, 20x20 inches,
the house
its readers for a shortage of local opera Wednesday spending five years in Connecticut.His $1.49 per dozen. Another lot 18x18 A. Ledbetter, formerly a resident

matter this week, caused by the ill- night a small but attentive and wife and sister, Miss Ethel, are inches, $1.10 per dozen. of Lotus, was drowned in St. Lucie river

ness of our composing force. appreciative audience, listened to expected about the 15th. Turkish bathtowels with fringe, Thursday of last week while trying to

Mrs. G. M. Robbins returned fine addresses made by Hon. Jeff. B. < extra heavy quality, 60 inches, special recover his boat, which had gone adrift '

wens Browne, of Key West, candidate for After about two weeks' stay in 29 cents each., in a high wind. He followed the boat
day from DeLand where she_ linen damask
Huck towels
governor,and Hon.John S. Beard, of Miami, Mrs. W. E. Salt returned fancy down the shore and when opposite it '
to hear Madam SchumannHeink.She large was delighted with the fine con Pensacola, for U. S. senator. These Saturday and stopped off here for have fancy borders, special 49 cents started to swim out to it, but was seized

gentlemen, from the extreme ends of another short visit with her friend, each. with cramps and drowned.Mr. .

tralto singer. the peninsular state, presented some Mrs. C. B. Kingman, beforereturn- Huck towels, 38 inches long with and Mrs. Cormack and son, and

, ,' States Attorney J. C. Jones was in I very forcible arguments for securingthe I i ing to her home in Cincinnati.Mr. red striped borders, 12% cents each. Mrs. Emery, mother of Mrs. Cormack,
t. town Tuesday on his way home from I I Ladies' shoes and oxfords, latest arrived in Titusville Saturday from

\;- Fort Pierce after learning that cir-I support of Democratic votes in and Mrs. A. W. Otis returned spring and summer styles, in patent Winchester,Tenn.,having rooms at Mrs.

for Dade had been the coming primary election. They Saturday from a ten days' delightful leather, gun metal, vici; black, tan J. D. Crabb's. Mr. Cormack returned
cuit court county
were introduced by Mr. J. W. Osban, and white, prices from $2.00 to$4.00, to'
at Palm Beach and Miami direct Cincinnati
stay
being traveling
order of Judge JonesAllen's
postponed by of this and Krippendorff & Dittmann make.
place, stated their positions and are again the guests of Mr. and Ladies' lisle thread passenger agent for the C. H.& D.rail-
plain
lrt Minstrels gave an entertain- briefly, plainly and without any Mrs. L. A. Brady. Mr. Otis made a hosiery, garter tops gauze, in black and way. They .are close friends of Dr. ;

ment Monday night to a crowded equivocation on all the most important flying business trip to Tampa the tans, 25 cents per pair. Grizard's family, who will be pleasantly ,

tent. This well known company; political questions that are up- first of this week. Men's lisle thread half hose, high remembered, not only in Titusville, but i

,: always draws a large attendance permost in this state today. spliced heels and double soles, white, in Cocoa as-well.

here and their performance this Had their appointment here been Miss Marie Quarterman arrived black and tan, 25 cents per pair.

better than Friday from Moultrieville, S. C., Lonsdale cambric, 36 inches wide, Candidates Coming Out
1: season was ever. properly advertised a much larger t
where she had been visiting with her special 15 cents per yard.
Mrs. E. J. Gardner, who is spending attendance would have greeted them. Lonsdale domestic, 36 inches wide, The new announcements this week
this month here with her friend sister, Mrs. Johansen, since the lat- are as follows: The present membersof
ML. As it was, but few knew that there special 12i cents per yard.
r Mrs. Rathbun, after a several weeks: be ter part of December. She staid fora Mail orders promptly filled on any the board of county commissioners i
was to public speaking,
stay at Palm Beach, is delighted with any con- few days' visit here with her friend of the above goods. for their respective districts; Mr.J. <

r Florida. Mrs. Gardner has her win- sequently the attendance was small. Mrs. F. M. Taylor before proceeding JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. W. Osban for representative; Mr. K '
ter home in New York city but she Messrs. Browne and Beard left I J. N. Chalker for member of the .
-- --- ---
to her home at Chester Shoals. school board, 2nd district and Hon.
spends her summers on Lake Keuka,, yesterday for Miami. County Treasurer's StatementMch. ;
;. N. Y., near Mrs. Rathbun's summer THE STAR acknowledges- the --- I J. C. Jones, Orlando, for prosecuting -
J home. re- Church Notes 1st, 1908. attorney. All will be found on j
ceipt of a very pleasant call and an Balance cash on hand Feb. 1, page eight. f
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach
Some of the theatrical companies interesting talk yesterday morning on 1903______________________$ 15,354.80 -
t1' have been at sea in fulfilling appoint from these two gentlemen in com- Sunday next at Indianola at 10:30 a. Amount received in Feb., 1908 1,953.76 Political Note ,
the week. The Pickerts
ments past m. and 7 p. m. --
,f-.' failed to come here Saturday, and pany with our townsman, Mr. \V. S. Total 17,308.56 The announcement of Mr. J. W.

It'- the "When Smith Came Home"company Norwood.Mr. During the season of Lent there Less warrants paid in Feb. Osban for representative will be

11 failed to materialize yesterday; Browne's platform will soon will be services in St.Gabriels churchin 1908, and warrants delivered found on eighth page. Mr. Osban (

i on account of illness of some of the Titusville on Thursday evening at to county commissioners has been a life-long Democrat and
be presented to the people of Brev- and board of public instruction -
:"> members. ard county in the columns of THE 7:30 and on Friday morning at 10:30. ___nh___ 2,929.35 for dent very worker many in years the has ranks been for an the ar- ,

!- Special revival services are being STAR. Service in St. Gabriels church, Ti- Balance cash on handMch.1, welfare of his party in Florida. If
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held in the M. E.church afternoon
f2'; every tusville Sunday March 8th 1908---------------------- 14,379.21This elected he will highly appreciate the -
and evening this week and next morning, I
t. Progressive Culture Club amount is held follows -
as honor conferred him and will
at 11 o'clock. Dean Robottom will upon
at 3 and 7:30 o'clock by the pastor,
t' Rev.J. P. McCall, and Rev. W. W. Monday was the date for the an- officiate. : represent his constituents to the best
, Deposited in Indian River
k': r McCord, of Atlanta, assisted by their nual election of officers for the Pro- State bank, as per cashier'scertificate of his ability in a legislative capacity.His .
Dean Robottom will preach in the platform will be published in
' singer, Mr. W. W. Hooten, also of gressive Culture club. There was a attached to
THE STAR in week
, Episcopal church at Merritt on Sun monthly statement and cash a or so.
;. -Atlanta.. A cordial invitation is extended goodly number of members in atten- .
I;. to all. day, March 8th, at 3:30 p. m. and in and checks in safe----_--_ 14,379.21The
dance and the election resulted as balances belonging to each fund Yacht Club Members, Attention!
St. Marks church, Cocoa, at 7:30p.m.
f The have
commissioners
county follows: Mrs. Adhemar Brady, pres- -- --. I are as follows: The members of the Indian River
;; had a large elevated cypress tank Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at St
General
ident Mrs. F. S. Battle vice County revenue- Yacht club
; presi- are requested to meet at 4
i- and an Ericson hot air engine provided : Pauls church, Eau Gallie, Sunday fund---------------------S 1,261.64: the office of THE FLORIDA STAR next
dent Mrs. J. and
for th Begg, secretary
, for pumping water use at County road and bridge fund 4,442.86Building
county jail and sheriff's home. Th etreasurer., The president appointed March 8th, at 10:30 a. m. Subjectof fund-------------- 12.52 Friday evening, March 13th, at 8
r' the discourse will be : "The Witness Fine and forfeiture fund72.5.77 o'clock. Business of importance demands -
I engine was tried for the first time :Mrs. W. T. Mathers librarian, and -
and worked i in, Special road fund Dis. No. 1 151.86 attention. A full attendancerequested.
to Fulfilled
perfection of At
r Monday Prophecy. .. .
Mrs. B. R. Wilson, Mrs. Jas. Pritch- 2 1,018.77 JOHN R. WALKER, .
- i charge of Deputy Sheriff Waller, ..
night Dr. Hawk will preach at Mel- U U "
t::. who will soon become expert on I ard and Mrs. C. B. Kingman executive .. .. .' 4 3 3,017.44U President.
committee. Mrs. S. B. Rathbun bourne. 1,177.23
f- "hot air" mechanics. 4 5 177.75 I '

The Heywood-Roeder party, which I was re-elected secretary and treasurer Fine Monday Offerings of Game warden fund. ..__ '.. 2,326.3: The Tackey Dance
, has been stopping at Palmhurst for of the V. I. A. branch of the ClothingThe Men's j Property of deceased persons I I The young ladies of Titusville have
fund __n.U__.__. ______ 16.82
I r': a week or so, left yesterday morning: club. man who wants to brighten : County school fll.1d.h______ i I been showing the young men how to

? for Charleston and New York via St. up his wardrobe can do it now at very' Special school fund "C"state 16.491 j!entertain of late, having, within the
I tr Johns river route. Mr. Heywood Fine Place For Sale I
aid 33.75
little made ten two
cost. Stylish, splendidly u -- u ? I past days, given leap year
If. tells he has had the time of hislife
I us Fine orange grove property at City A. B.Kirschbaum suits and overcoats j, Total 114,379.21'':balls, the first one--a masquerade-
r hunting here this winter and he
, Point, on Indian river. Sixty acres of in these reduced price groups: !
r ; I I mentioned in
expects to return here next season I land trees tangerines was at some length our
2,000 bearing oranges, Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots, ;i 1
in'a cruising yacht of about 80 feet; and grape-fruit. Good dwelling black thibets and unfinished worsteds i Wood For Sale last. The latest was the tackey dance

over all and making ten miles per house well supplied with water by wind at S10.CO to S16.50. ;i Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- of Tuesday night, which was a large
; hour, elegantly fitted out. mill and tank. Excellent barn, serv- ing and harrowing. See or address J.
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ant's house, etc. A beautiful and ideal A very unusual gathering of men's.white W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. success: in every way and everyone
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for winter home and with shirts at S1.50 and colored:
"- spot a proper : had a thoroughly enjoyable! time.
: FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOESShetland r'
could shirts at $1.00.Neglige !!
be made
I management to pay large | WantedOne j A number of the costumes quite
floss, Germantown, SaxonyGas returns. Apply to W. B. Hentz, City coat style with cuffs at- hundred laying hens, small sized were
mantle and chimneys, lamps- I Point, Fla.Orange. tached, made of finest quality of 'broilers. eggs, country produce, fish and : suggestive of a poverty ball instead f

Art squares, carpets, rugs, mattingsNew cambric, madras and fancy cheviots game, at Falmhurst hotel, Titus\ille. of being tackey, while many were
line back combs, inlaid, plain and Trees this --- -. --
used in shirts
card Grapefruit ever at price, var- very apropos and showed much attention i'
Transparent post envelopes"If ious sleeve Sl.OO each. ; For Sale
you can't find it, try" Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high I lengths, : had been paid to secure the
: Another lot at50 cents each,worth 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs! at
hammock. Free from white
CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 hickory effect. Music for the
proper tackey
75 cents and $1.00. ., $5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old,
One to two old buds.
fly. year ;year occasion was furnished by the Titus-
Men's shoes and oxfords, smart now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire
f: Photograph Gallery Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully and dressy, patent leather, vici, gun brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in ville orchestra and the dances were
and delivered at Oak Hill
packed fine condition. AddressE. kept up until nearly 1 o'clock.
and Russia leather in black
metal
Go to Faust, the photographer, on station. J. W. GRIFFIS .' B. ARNOLD.
_ Julia street, for artistic photos. All:I and tan, Hanan, M. A. Packard and -- -- lr
Shiloh, Fla.Draying Malabar, Ha.
; work first class and promptly attended t W. L. Douglass makes, prices $2.50to --_ -- For Sale Cheap For Cash

O'. : to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and t $6.00. !' A cool drink at a cool place at About 88 acres of good high land on
' oil paintings a specialty. JULIUS KLINE, !1 MANDY'S. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat

Drayingorhaulingofalikinds promptly Titusville Fla. the Narrows, described as follows:
t Nursery Stock for Sale attended to. Meet all trains.H. 'I( 1 j The Alpine Hotel Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec- t
E. HOLTON. tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
Citrus stock grown on high pine I Titusville, Fla. For Sale Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- east. This land is unimproved but fine-

land. Indian River Nurseries, established I Two fine lots, corner of Palm and Gar-ager. On the European plan-furn- For further particulars address -
1886. Send for catalogue. A cool drink at a cool place at; den streets, Titusville. Front on Palm ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- E. M. Low,

Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. .MANDY'S. (street over 150 feet. JOHN HENRV. .trally located. Brockton, Mass.

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; HUMAN SIDE OF JIM HAR'GIS. Over-Work Weakens ,-,. New Corporations.' 1

Among the new Flprida corporations

n 'How. It Was Revealed When a Pho. Your Kidneys. ling papers with the Secretary of

tographer Snapped the Feudist. State at Tallahassee, are the followIng

the Kentucky Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure ,Blood.
Judge Jim Hargis i :

Fr feudist and "king of Breathitt county," All the blood in your body passes through R. M. Benitez Cigar Company, Tampa !? !

.? .' .' :who was recently killed by his SOD your kidneys once every three minutes. R. M. Benitez, president; R. L. sI

k was, first of all a vain man. lie knew The kidneys are your Richard, secretary and treasurer. Capital

the extent <*f his pow(>r. In the region, r-: blood purifiers they filter stock 110,000. Filed Feb. 10, 1908.

where taw ld not count until Floyd cut the waste cr ; Dressy men demand dressy
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impurities in the blood. Kalamazoo Land and Colony Company -

.Ii' Byrd bect!f' p-oseiutin;; attorney, If they are sick or out Sanford C. F. Walker, president; 9.5"' shoes. Natty style with a it

r ,, and it satisfied Lira. But bis vanity fe of their order work.they fail to do B. B. Minshew, secretary. Capital stock glove-like fit is found in the .

' 3. had its limits. Uargis detested photo Pains,aches and rheumatism 25000.. Filed Feb. 10, 1908. Packard Shoe. It has a 5

graphs and photographers says E. S. come from excess Florida Retort Company, Ocala, J. E. distinctive finish that harmonizes
Ironer in Harper's Weekly. His enemies of uric acid in the t
Taylor president L. W. Duval, sec-
? : say that the reason was not alack -- blood,due to neglected ; with the most stylish _
kidney trouble. retary. Capital stock $50,000. Filed Feb t
H of vanity, but that the Breathitt EVERY clothing. Our Springs\
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady 12, 1908. }
$ king did not want his features too heart beats, and makes one feel as though Monticello Drug Company Monticelo PAIR Oxfords are stunning. D t

" well known to the people of other sections they had heart trouble because the heart is Q ,
Thomas S. Roberts, president; J. R. MADE
of Kentucky. For years he had over-working in pumping thick, kidney-

t ;' decreed at intervals that no one should poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It IcEachern, secretary and treasurer. TOY/EAR a. ;
used to be considered that only urinary 1
Capital stock $1,000,000. Filed February
of him. During .
ever take a photograph troubles to be
j were traced to the kidneys,
the feuds several daring photographers but now modern science proves that nearlyall 12, 1908. Sold at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in all stylesJULIUSKLINE

who went to Jackson for the constitutional diseases have their begin- St. Lucie County bank, Jensen Herbert -

purpose of snapping the king were ning in kidney trouble.If B. Race, president; H. D. Watts

.. glad to escape with their lives. They you are sick you can make no mistakeby Jr., cashier and secretary. Capital t
first
; did not return until the eve of the first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
r- trial of Jim Hargis for the Callahan and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's stock $15,000. Filed February 13.
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is 1908.
i' ft, murder. The judge knew of their soon realized. It stands the highest for its 1.It
and vowed that his rule The McDonnell Berlack Company.
presence I wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
' i would not be broken. Of course all I and Is sold on its merits Jacksonville, S. A. Rawls president; ..

the leading papers of Kentucky had by all druggists in fifty- : Charles S. Adams secretary. Capita .

r photographers at Jackson, especiallyto cent and one-dollar! Z-_; stock $25,000. Filed February 13.

get a picture of Jim >Hargis. The es. You may have a 1908. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
Louisville Courier-Journal had sent a sample bottle by mail Home of Swamp-Root.
named Robert Hooe. free also pamphlet telling you how to find Volusia. Land Company, Jacksonville
man
r young out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. E. C. Long, president W. Frazier FEBRUARY 5 1908 1
a -, When the day came for the openingof ; LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO ,
fi Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
the trial, the photographers were & Co., Binghamton N. Y.Don't Jones, secretary and treasurer. Capital No. 99 No. 33No. 29' STATIONS.iNo.. 78 No. 74 No. 9&I

L' lined ,up along the main street from stock $100,000. Filed Feb. 14, 1908. Daily I Daily | Dally I I Daily Daily Daily 1

ix, :- the store of Hargis to the courthouse. make any mistake, but rememberthe Williams-McLauren Company Spring 800 pm 1000 am 700 am Lv..Jacksonville.- ....... 1110 pm i. pm 3lllua
of his D me, Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- 910 1100 820 .......... Augustine..Lv 620 640 I'm 715 air
). The accused waited in the rear Hill J. A. C. Carson pm am am I'M
Root and the address, Binghampton X. Yon secretary anj 1015 pm 11M am t2S am Lv..East Falatks..Lv 513 pm 1i1II:: 6IS..
If f :- store until the hour arrived for court every bottle. treasurer; J. A. McLaurin, preside.it. 1152 pm 125 pm .......... Ar----.Hotel Ormond..Lv =-: .... 40 I'm I...... ....
t-' ; to then covered his features with' _. _. 1202 am 135 pm 110-' am Lv---_._trmond. .._. ._Lv 322 pm 3.m '.IUII j
open ----- -- --- Capital stock $25,000. Filed Feb. 14, 121 .m 145 pm 1Il1am Lv--....-Daytona.............Lv 3U7pm :IUJ.aI 1115, as
a quilt and made his way in that man- 1255 am 222 pm 1200n'n Lvsf'w8myma.: ........ .Lv 230 pm 117 pm 343 as .
ner to the trial. over the possession of the girl be 1908. 156 am 317 pm 112 pm .............Tltus\"lUe............Lv 112 pm 21 :; pm 2.JIt a.. .'
couldn't help scowling and speculating 239 am 35 pm 2JO! pm LT.... .......Rlctiedle..I.T!: U7 pm h. pm ,. 1. as
j Several of the newspaper men .......... 2&6; pm Lv............EanGallie.-.Li- am ....... ... ......_ ,
thought that Hargis had won out and on that remark of the old man's.Tetter ...._ 917 pm Lv......._.bleb <\l rne..I.V 1141.m .......... ...-.-
COMFORTING WORDS b12 am 600 pm 400 pm .......... ree.............Lv 1000 aiD 115$ pas .1114 rat j
t. gave up the attempt for the time be- Salt Rheum and Eczema 71iam 7b5 pm 655 I'm ....... 'ralm1Je.fb..Lv 7fam as; a4 54. pa
ing. Hooe however 'went around to 725 am 803 pn 70 pm ........-Royal Yoinctana..Lv 730 am, 937 .1D 66011m
ChambVrlain's 735 am 1112 pm 715 I'm ,Lv..Breaken..I.v 723 air, 9..: am 8411 ..
which
the rear of the courthouse and concealed These are diseases for Many a Florida Household Will Find 1015 am 102. I'm 1010 pm Ar..Mianit.... ..........Lv 430 am 715 a. 101 pt1100am
r4 himself the entrance. His Salve especially valuable. It quickly allays .......... '630am Lv.. .... .......MlamL............. Ar. 23Dpm----------! tuns
near the itching and smarting and soon effects a Them So 1140 am ............-930 am Ar. .... ......lIome''ead............t.v,.1140 a. .... ..... .' 220..
Idea was that, while Hargis was boundto cure. Price 25 cents. For sale by Titusville 400 pm ........... .......... Ar... ...Knhbt's:: Key Dock..... ..Lv.. ..... .... ..........,.fNt sat
be covered with his quilt If he left Pharmacy and all dealers. ))"1exl't"\ pt Fttnday
To have the pains and aches of a bad back
by the front entrance, he might discardIt PALATKA BRANCh

Li leaving by the rear. This provedto Damage Suit for $10,000 removed; to be entire'y free from annoying, a"te EAST PALATKA Arrive: I Leave PALATKA T3: ; rive
dangerous. urinary disorders is enough to East I
be the case. When recess came Resulting from injuries received Palatka TO PALATKA iP.latlc I Palatk I EAST I'. .! :T"A ,
make any kidney sufferer grateful. To tell I : .!
Hargis, accompanied by some of his through a collision between a northbound bow this great change can be brought about 520 am .......Ko. 48No. II&ly........ 540 am I bl' "n9Oi ..... .No. 4T Dai'y-...... i 6. as
men left by the rear way. .The 620 am 48 Daliy.640 am r., No. 4J 1.-y
Tampa-Sulphur Springs car anda will prove comforting words to hundreds of I 935 am ::::.::No. 60 Dally:: :::::::: 855 am 113U ----------o.51; :::: : I'i''V; ..::. "I. 30
Courier-Journal man thereupon came Florida readers.A. 12 05 pm ... .....No. 53 D.ily..I22. pm 3 co arm .....No.. 53 LallyNo. ........' I. ampi
out from his concealment and snappedthe pallbearer's carriage in which he 415 pm ........No. 51 Daily....... 4 35 l-ru 445 pin ....... 5S Daily..... i 15 pi
.. judge before he could hide behindone was seated, Tampa street and Wood- Oerting,!;(seaman of 419 L.St.,Pensacola, 5 so pm ........So.56 Dally.._...... 610 pm 9 40 (m I. .....No. {7 l.i;>. .. 105 pt
1015 pm .No. 58 Dullv....... inra pro 1040 i :a ...."o.III lri'ii .11.1'''
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Fla., tells how to do it. He "From :
of his friends. lawn avenue Charles S. Harris, a says: my
SAN MATEO
) ,' Hargis, in a rage, shook his fist andY drummer, about 56 years of age. experience with Doan's Kidney Tills I can BRANCH -
strongly recommend them to in need Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive I Leavo SAN MATED TO AMyePalatka
of anyone
swore at the photographer. Several
through his attorney, Frank M. Sim Cast San SaiM&teo E1'
: his friends knowing the rule of the of a good medicine for the kidnrys. Kidney TO SAN MATEO _M teo EAST PALATKA Pa1st _
; has brought suit againsht the
judge seized the Courier-Journal man onton complaint and backache caused me sufferingat 4 no am ......o. 45 Daily....... 4 50 am I 453 am ...... .Xo. 46 l rtlXu. > .._. 51$ ala
Tampa-Sulprus Springs Traction Coin intervals for The first second attack 325 pm ........No. 53 Daily....... 345 pm 3.0 am ......... M JH. : ....., UI am
and were about to smash his camera years. or 110. pm .......No. 59 Dailv....... 112;; JIm I 1130 pm .......Xo.J!' bailL11M ..1Ito.
when the Judge Interposed. "Don't the sum of $10,000. When the car I did not iiind, bat as time went by they -- :

boys. IIjs paper expects it of him, truck the carriage all the pallbearerswere l grew worse and at times laid me up. I could 2 Sun.Only. 25. No.Sun.Only 21. :No. I : 17 I MAYPORT Xo. 19 I| So run." ltaftt:
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$ and I suppose he's got to make a liv precipitated to the pavement, I hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to BRANCH Dally- I Only Diy
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ing." The ice was broken. Hargis nearly all being bruised. Harris was straighten after stooping while the kilnl'Yse- 200pm 1010am 600 'm'o. 11.1'... Ju.k..onvii1e..Ar' 730am1100pm; spi
2 40 I'm 10.*am 640 II am Lv.Table L'earh..l.v 650 am 1121V pB 419 tm
posed for several pictures and was the one injured the most. He wa3 cretions were irregnlarand unnatural. Doato'sKidnt'Y 246 pm j 10 >6amSPO 046 am ,1.\-.. tlCJlel1ch.l.1'! 644 am ;e1pm 4 IS piNo.
never reluctant to be photographed rills tun-d me. From personal experience .: t>m 1 111'urn it.) |> ( m Ar.... .. .Murport.. .I.v,6.' am 12PO 5n'e
taken his home in and
afterward. to a carriage I know that this remedy can be depended 3Daily No. 1Daily _'Orange City Branch' No.Z No.4 No. 11 Sanford Branch I Ko' IZ
was confined there in a critical condition upon to fulfill the representationsmade I I Daily Daily Daily : : Uafiy

for several weeks. The collision for it." 315pm 930am Lv.:New Smyrna A r. 100pm 630 pm CSOam LvTltnTli> Ar. 1 Ot pir.
THE EMMANUEL MOVEMENT.Dr. 400pm 1100am Lv. Lake lJelenl.v.I16pm 501 pm 930 am ,Ar. taoford LT. i iOW fm
occurred as the carriage was travelingfast For Sale by all dealers. Price :(It cents 4 n pm 1120am LT.Orange City Lv. 1200 pm 440 pm ... .......,.....-.-.......... ...-.-....
on Woodlawn avenue, returningfrom F :>hr. liJhurD (o., Buffalo) New York sole -415 pm 1130am A T. Orange City: Jr. I2o0n-n 43rt pra .......... .............. ...__... .t
MacDonald Says It Has Strengthof agents for the United Mates. Kemenilier the Connections made at Miami with steamships of the ". and O. S. S. Company:for
Other Systems Minus Weakness. the funeral of a Mrs. Nichols. name-Doan's-an ('oDnf'ctionllmaf1 at Knlghtu Key flock for Key Neat and Havana. D'rrrt Ship.
The Rev. Jlr. Robert MacDonald of Tampa Times.
der-These TI TABLES show the time nt which train maybeespeetHlto.--
Notice To Teachers
the Avenue churchin ---
Washington Baptist ---
rive anti depart from the several station; but their arrival or departure at tl.e time
Brooklyn preached his second srr- NEW YORK NEWSPAPER Office of Superintendent of Public In- stated is no'guaranteed... nor therefrom.For does tile Company. hold Itself responsible fur any daisy
_or y.ny concrquenee arl.ln
few in series of _
mon a nights ago a struction of Erevan County, Titusville, -
four on the Emmanuel movement, the Fla., Feb. 7th, 1908. ('or y of the Local Time ('ar.t..r Other tnfornaiios
"H1J1-3: TlI1l TICJvliT AOENnv*
new Boston system of curing nervous PRINTS PRESCRIPTIONDirections The following is a list of text booksto J. D. RAHNER. Assistant General pass. Agt., ST. ALQUSTINE. FLORIDA
derangements by complementing sci- be used as the basis of the June ex

ence and religion. amination 1908:
From what Dr. MacDonald said it to Prepare Simple, Yet Remarkabte Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons -- -
(23c), ifaynard, Merrill & Co., New c.
would appear that the leading traits .:.! ..ux
Home Mixture York. t9 6
about the new system were its eclecticism Beading-any standard author will ,

of method Its catholicity of spirit A well known authority on rheu- answer. ; % A GOOD DOCTOR
and the general Intangibility of its na- Composition! -Maxwell and Smith'sWriting ,
ture. matism gives the readers of a large in English (75c), American 3< 0

r "The neW mmanu(>lism." Le declared New York daily paper the. following Book Co. ';Js1 / will recommendiiOROiOUND

+ "dares use help from all sources valuable! yet simple and harmless Arithm'ticIilne's Standard ((we" ), .' P q;.
'I f c-H MLLIIL
' i American Book
Co.. Atlanta.
from from medicine .. ": '
psychology, mental prescription which any one can easily ; ;i1 yvs -
S suggestion, Christian Science and I English mmarIetcaH"s ((60c), r. \ i J f !
prepare at home. American I>ook Cc. 4...; 7 < SYRUPTrrry
faith cure alike-taking the strength of Florida Erevan and Ronmitt's t 9. -.. ./ \.
i Fluid extract dandelion one-hal I History- l;;_"" \
all, discarding the weakness of all until (6"c), American Book Co. and .j I J I '. coajrh vrr.t r.-- .1' .h- i"cv', Tonst. !

we have a system; In which no rational ounce; compound kargon, one ounce; I I Fairbanks'. II. &W. B. Drew Co., Jack- ai f i : \ i i i '.", vtaiity: hrcai..A: Cit) .5:1 p!.", ; 7.... :?\ :\\ ,,: I

x or moral or scientific inconsistencies compound syrup sarsaparilla, three sonville, Fla. I I '. \' I .. ,.. thesystem! HI.: Wf'.1kf'Tj.j ( .Hh+it:.. .. .' ,' ;'.K
S can be found. Our work is distinctly U. S. History Field's Grammar fL...: 1 I.!""'': it to be incr.'. pnsc:'ptiM" to Ir.nur. .;i'..;t. .o

d' scientific and assuredly Chris ounces. School ($1)). American Book Co. ;' 1'a1' arm. 3dj'5: lore'ev-mt c---... _.! '.i re
Mix by shaking well in bottle and the coujh Ciirl streubtea tae
; t tian. It could be called scientific Chris; a Geography-Redway's Natural Ad- 't/ tj'at-W.:

.d tianity. tJ-:e s. teaspoonfui after each meal avnced ((01.125)), American Book Co. > 1 I

God with us* is a platform! <'r. and at bedtime.He Phy'iology-Coleman's Elements Of The Children: Like its. 4psi
(90c( ), The MacMiilan Co., Atlanta. iJ .
which all w'naD unite and which states that the ingredients Civil Y cum's Civil Government
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can government > -
; that all: men crave C. IT.TfUr''CO'1, St-xnT.Trry, :ifo., xrriir.MT, }
> suggests a power of Florida and the United States :zn:
b:? obtained from good prescription :, us'd j;:\.ai"tl'<; : ..c"'p1m.Y'd R-nt
any nnr
The cause of all our i ills.!! : said To1sfoi. ($11), E. 0. Painter Co., DeLand. Fla.AlgebraMilne's ) Ind imt it '\ 1'.r'; .
' pharmacy at small cost; and be- c u."rf.i me tkino f'.r .%> rrhs ard e(Jl 'l!is t!!it men have tnt tlvir senseof High School ((1), The 4rcnS it -
| p. Lvorj pleasant to take and i.
Go 1.' The nw nif>ven<>nt. n... iig of vegetable extraction, are MacMillan Co., Atlanta. trot::..-! in inrlur.ug: tno ctildrea to take, it.uo I filet ) t:\,
'f" "vcc i-
Mr.cI)''naM wW.! would do much to ;:ivignrafe harmless to take. Physical Gl'OgraphyTarr's New ($1)) t1nerd it highly."' (
The MacMillan Co. Atlanta. .
rhrlstlflnitr.Two ..
; >* j more spmnns will couipoto! the This pleasant! mixture, if taken reg- Theory and Practice-For all grade it' I>on'trat ana! lit!; ('O -:t1 develops info: a Wnro d.I"; !'r

w 1 serit-s of Thon Dr. MacPoijild ularly for a few days, i is said to over: Classroom Management, by Bagley 1} rgi r'--i'j inahxly.: Savyinnrheli and ndIcu luny e. :; I r
-c stTia-ms. ($1.25), The MacMillan Co., Atlanta, a| B:K-lIs and inscra i I -<:r-r, ar.d hc-,:,1th.; life. '
will give; a new series dealingvltb! ; come almost any case of rheuma-

F p th? nbjoct from a constructive i>ori: tism. The pain and swelling, if any, Ga.These boooks may be had of most b/-B LJ UPES Cvi: H$. CO A..:. "c"'.--,.sS SCR", WrJOOFi.vJ L'JN'G' '1'_a e'tfirCNCtiiiSiTiF ''

I. 'Ir"I(>w. book dealers in the state, or from the v :
diminishes: with each dose. until permanent g CGUai AND ALL LI,, ft TROUBLES. '; .'.
publishers by mail, postpaid on receiptof ..
.Tr It Does the Business results are obtained, and price. JOHN R. WALKER, fe. w 11.

without injuring the stomach. While Superintendent of Public Instruction. i Pieasant Quick ..j.l <...;
}Ir. E. 1;. Chamberlain, of Ciinton. Maine.siys .
of Bucklen'sArnica) Salve. "It dt*+ lie! there are many so-called rheumatism t..o 25c, EOc and $1.00 to ..1 1..'':_' "-':, ..
: business: I have mss d it for piles awl it tu.wl r -

: them applied it loan old sore sail it haK i remedies, patent medicines, etc., Robbins & Graham Co. like ___ C1. ,":fb... Sti
it witumit leaving a si-ar behind." 2T c. at some of which do give relief, few = -:-- -=::-- "
x Banner Drug Store.Nevertheless. -
_s really give permanent results, and (Incorporated) Ballard Snow Liaiaieut Co. f ;

: He Got Her. the above will, no doubt, be greatly Paid-Up Capital $25.000 I ..,-!
its- i
4 "Toa say my daughter loves rOUt'IUNtiODetl appreciated by many sufferers here This company owns lands in the 500=502 North: Second Street, r. 4j ),, '

the old man. at this time.Inquiry Indian river country, on the St. \ J\.t ''.I1ST ./ .:.. "
e' "I'm sure of it." replied! the!: LOUIS a MISSOURI: -
young at the drug stores of this Lucie river, at New river and on j.( ; :
h man. Biscayne bay
neighborhood elicits the informationthat -A ': L .1
-Well, well, returned the old man. l'i ;
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looking the young man over critically. these drugs are harmless and PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES

4 "There's no accounting for tastes Is can be bought separately, or the Send for land list Sold and Recommended bv

there r' i.And druggists here will mix the prescription
Titer; villo
somehow, although the young (OFFICES Pharmacy and
for readers if asked
t man knew that he oucht to be happy our to. TITCSVILLE AND MIAMI. Banner Drug
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r '.n\ H" 'W" JiT the large number of people who A REAL BEAR STORYHow Unintentional Sabbath Breaking.In The Story ora Medicine ,: r"

r.r 'M"5-4->...".3-1' taw it. Uncle Tom Parish was especially the early days of New England it Its n&me--Golden Medical Discovery* ..

. taken up with the machine was the custom to keep the Sabbath
,
suggested by of its most
was one important .
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: !I1""FA-; FLORIDA and prevailed upon the owner.. Mr. Fan from sundown Saturday night until and valuable ingredients-Golden ':

I iti 0 lyson to take him and a few others an Indianaian Hunted Bruin In a the same hour on Sunday. That this Seal root. .

practice was attended by pitfalls 1? Nearly Dr. Pierce
forty years ago, discovered .
for II
i-il :is: Being Done Towards the De- a "spin. While flying through their Thl k Florida Hammock shown by an incident told in "The Papers that he could, by the use of pore,

Uncle Tom held both his hat ana of the Connecticut Valley historical trlpl -retined glycerine, aided by a certain i.. '.

1i r: felopment of the Peninsula his breath.-Marianna Courier.A A correspondent of the TimesUnionat Society degree of constantly maintained ,_
; : heat and with the aid of and 4 .. '
the .
Francis a small village on Atlantic There lived in Ryefield thrifty apparatus .
f( :' {r t! Iii-/'a, collision between a trolley car a appliances designed for that purpose extract
Swollen Jaw Coast Line a short distance dame an enterprising driving woman ,
from our most valuable native medicinal f
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a milk driven Katharine i
:1fAian, wagon by is not pretty pleasant Whether it's caused test of Palatka, writes an interesting and a notable housewife. The good woman roots their curative properties r:

;% : R JKlinefelter, near York, Pa, the girl's by neuralgia, toothache or accident Bal- "nature" story as follows: was not willing to lose Sunday much better than by the use of alcohol .
b :J .: clothing was saturated with blazing oil arfi'g Snow Liniment will reduce the swellingand So
: ; evenings out of her catalogue of housework so generally employed. the now world- : 't I
James
Cap Vert of Indianapolis
tl from two overturned lamps but she relieve the pain. The great and sore but she was pious withal and famed "Golden Medical Discovery," for l! '
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:' was cure for rheumatism. :
cuts burns scalds-
: ; any nd, now stopping in this village is the of weak stomach '
; t / saved from being burned to death by and all aches and pains. Sold by Titusville strictly kept the day to the sunset cure indigestion or
.. very expert with the gun, and withal. dyspepsia torpid liver,or biliousness and
Pharmacy and Banner Store. limiLS
Drug soon as the sun was fairly
: the bursting of a big milk can, the fluid : kindred derange nts was first made, as
a successful hunter. Most any old below the horizon she would begin her it ever state has bacn, without a particle*.
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t the
extinguishing flames.
w Lakeland's Strawberry Industry. thing is his aneat-from a turtle dove washing and get her clothes ready for of alcohol i in its male -np.
! The commissioners of A glance VaJ\ti5juU[ list of its ingredients
county Orange
drying bright and early on Monday
(Lakeland News.) to the biggest black bear that occa ,. printed cn"everv bottle-wrapper

d county have Issued 5,000 booklets containing tonally makes a predatory visit to the.: morning. will show that it is icaSa .from the most i

sixteen pages of descriptive Lakeland is maintaining her claims One cloudy Sunday she. supposingthE valuable medicinal rooisMound growing
swamps and hammock in quest >ri razorbacks In American forestSJ All! three
our tr>-
this season to be the leading strawberry -
'matter'and advertising > day was ended changed her Sunday "
halftone cuts ; which also there to feed gradients have m Piv d tb? itrorryesi'yTfc
Orange county. These booklets shipping point in Florida and in go gown. rolled up her sleeves and florgeroynt troro the Icsding m *tf'cil ?*r }
are the berries the ',
of
quality and quantity the berries now' < n cabbage palmetto went to worst As she was scrubbing '! -
r to be sent to the Jacksonville Exposition 7lYt W n n t P {
Some of these. hammocks are almost way In the kitchen her face toward I
icing shipped from the local platform e Les I for flyicallDiJ e wbicr? t'lto
and to the Tampa Fair for distri I l
impenetrable to man, so Interwovenwith the west window the clouds suddenly IQSfe-
will with any'point In the .
bution. They will also be distributed compare vines and underbrush. It was broke. and the great round SUD shoneIn Aluueoookof these en orsemen ) has t s

: to the tourists as they go Northward.A country at any season. full on the poor Sabbath breaker at been compiled by Dr. R. V. Pierce of b
During the week ending last Friday just such a place as this that Cap work. She pave one cry of amazement Buffalo, & Y., and will be mailed free to

golden eagle was killed near Flo 'ert got into when he found the bear. anyone asking same by postal card, or
there were 56 refrigerators shipped and horror and fled the kitchen. letter addressed: to the Doctor as above.
:_ rala, a week or so ago, eating a part :t was a large contract but the captains
and the prices realized were very satisfactory After that sinful day she never began :From these (endorsements, copied from I ; H

of a poisoned sheep which caused its a large man-and incidentally it her work on Sunday evening.. standard medical books of all the different a
in some instances netting as schools of practice, U will be found I
death. This magnificent bird is somewhat much as 22 cents to the grower. was a large bear. It happened this that the ingredients composing the'I

t: rare east of the Mississippi rlv way: As Vert was making his way A Higher Health, Level"I en Medical Discovery! are advised not '
For the week ending last night there only for the cure of the above mentioned

: er, and is becoming rarer, due to its were 129 refrigerators shipped from slowly through the entangled vines have reached a higher health level since diseases, but also for the cure of all catarrhal -
1 began using Dr. King's New Life Pills" bronchial and throat affections
unpopularity with sheep This and bushes as best he could wonder-
owners. his station. The supply being greatly writes Jacob Springer, of West Franklin, accompained with catarrhal discharges

specimen was mounted by Harry increased prices naturally are a little ng all the time what lie should do fIe laine. They keep my stomach, liver and hoarseness, sore throat lingering, or t .

Moore, a member of the zoology class. did see a bear in such close and bowels working just right. If these pills disappoint hang-on-couchs, and all those wattlegaffections .
lower. For instance, three solid you on trial, money will be refunded which, if not promptly and
DeFuniak Breeze. tampered quarters, with chance to Banner Store. 2.k.Lincoln' .
cars of strawberries left South Florida no at Drug properly treated are liable terminate .
make a successful retreat, suddenlyhe in consumption. Take Dr. Pierce's Discovery % l
The people of this State will be for northern markets Monday night in time and persevere in its use
heard a noise a little ahead of him Rules. until it fair trial and it is not
you give a
But the while
the .
somewhat interested in the results of on growers are ge- On occasion President Lincoln
one
like the crackling of sticks and as likely to disappoint. Too much must not
experiments with the prickly pear, ting satisfactory returns, prices ranging on entering: the telegraph office of the be expected of it. It will not perform I

;_ Which are about, to be undertaken by from 18 to 25 cents the average I come large beast would make in chew war department, write Mr. Bates in miracles. It will not cure consumptionin I'
its advanced No wilL
Lug corn or hard seeded berries. stages. medicine t
Mr. W. N. Mason of the Agricultural being In the neighborhood 22 or 23 By A "Lincoln In the Telegraph Office." was It trill cure the affections that lead up to ; t ,

Department, on the Federal Experiment cents net to the grower. slight movement he saw through the heard to remark to :Secretary Seward. consumption: toten in time. I

hushes only about three rods off just "By jings. governor, we are hire at _
t Farm at Sen Antonio, Texas. Mr. Shade Reynolds leads as an individual
what he was looking for. But it was lasts Turning to him In a reproving
Should the, experiments prove successful shipper, having picked and manner Mr. Seward said "Mr President The MotlValuable Sri of YacEuiUixf odd Boat t'
too
near-he would have been
this hitherto worthless plant marketed at one time 6SS quarts. At an moro where did you learn that Inelegant Books ever Publiiked. ".
comfortable If it had been about half
may prove to be a valuable asset and average of about 25 cents a quart expression Without replyingto RUDDER t ,

paste land suited to its growth become which the fine quality of hi{ berries a mile away. He had a very acute realization : the secretary. Lincoln addressed the '

immensely vaulable.Florida Agricul will probably insure him, it Is easy tc that it was up to him to get telegraph operators saying: HOW-TO BOOKS

for the vines and bushes. To yell "Young gentlemen excuse me for Over loco boats have been built from the fines ,
figure that he'll stay out of the .j:
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turist. poor- printed in these books-Successfully: sailed hi '!
like a Comanche Indian but impulse swearing before 'By jings Is
house awhile. He has come closeto was an you. every clime and upon every sea-FuU detail
A deliberate attempt was made to = and soon abandoned to swearing for my good old mother drawing of aH parts showing what it is and .
this mark several times and will ; squat how to make tt-Text extremely timple
wreck Atlantic Coast Line passenger down and keep still hoping the bear taught me that anything that bad a
train No. 85 Thursday night, three ship daily until April 1st. 'by' before It was swearing." HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
would move on, was uncertain. He: I lilintarow..ttptI.stobnlIdfumes all h 0*
miles from Plant City. A rail had J. A. Driggers brought in a single One day Secretary Seward. wbo was iveep; gout racing Mat foe aWl 10 Ieara tM bwwHi tat f
knew he had the best in Florida
f' rhipment of 288 quarts one day this gun I not renowned as a joker said he bad HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
been removed and the entire train ex
week. E. J. Prescott 176 quarts L. end on ordinary occasions he knew been told that a short time before on tbo.I-at-r fine -esfulb'nnrbwltJopwpt

cept the locomotive and sleepers, was W. Bates 169 ; bow to use It-but this was out of a street crossing Lincoln bad been nf; fI&Il......*...1.111'; ?.ot completed boat.
and The latter
quarts -
so on. HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
derailed and several cars overturned.A the ordinary. seen to turn out in the mud to give a
is picking from Mort "WHmwfcI nriaf Burhiae rnt ioigtoi a priavbuwT
track claw and a wrench were foundat only a single acre Pretty soon the bear finished colored woman a chance to pass.: i. 1_....,Aim aa.i AanUalia; ean to b.itd t... d
no .
his main not (0. web.HOW
the scene with which the rail had crop yet being in. "Yes," said Lincoln "it has been a
what palmetto berries there were and TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
Most of the berries are of the Klon- rule of life that if people would : and how
my Simple prartinL thovtcc trctalaa.5
been removed. No was seriously toc
one i'e l began to wonder where he could hun tar a...itb aajr_..... scTeral otaer plaaa.
burL dyke variety and the stock is exceed- not turn out for me I would turn out
An Investigation made by rail! HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
pet some more. The captain at this "
ingly fine. for them. Then avoid collisions.
Experienced berry handlers you fine all a"mnd rruuia boat; good cabia xcaQaal
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road officials resulted in an offer ')f stupendous moment accidentally stepped rata,; taiubfe toe.fla.>u .ra.
that .111
say many of the berries offered
$500 reward for the perpetrators. stick the HOW TO BUILD ASHOAL-DRAUGHTSLOOp
on a and bear, thinkingit Rheumatic Pains RelievedB.
rt S are the finest they ever saw. A rlrrrr bttle ailinc boat,with uoiierata OTwaaa fit a 4maiiaul !Ii

It.. There was a wreck on the Charlotte Most of the stock is purchased at the might be some unsuspecting razorback F. Crocker, Esq., now &4 years of age. piss
HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE: OR SHARPIE
Coa3t concluded he would finish his and for twenty years justice of the peace at
Harbor division of the Atlantic up '
platform and the grower leaves his E.ayw YffYtbIlI1l8lrailC"ju1;juat th craft lot a boa
dinner! and Martinsburg, Iowa says: "I am terribly afflicted Ic WKIB.eaallelMlit ery cbekplj,utter atoep or cat n.
Line Saturday night, near Alligator terries and takes his check without on pork, started in this di- with sciatic rheumatism in my left HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA

creek, about six miles below Punta: any further risk In rection. The captain saw that some arm and right hip. I have used three bottles eompfeU dnmpdoa of bow to build a model;ana lisa
shipment coll
fR. or c- or Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it did me at tle5.acd ia a4 BJ..eatab.PRICE .
: Gorda. The train ran Into a "split" tion. killing was likely to be done but lots of good." For sale by Titusville Pharmacy

switch. The engine and mail car passed ---- rhether he or the bear was going to and all dealers. $1. EACH

over safely but the passenger coaches Uncle Sam in Small Business. do it was what he was most interested PREPAID S f CXPajcs ANTWHCRC

and two freight cars were derailed (Wauchula Advocate.) In. But there was no time to workit Marital Troubles. Bound in inches cloth-CoU lettering-Size of pagt.
r' 9 by ia -Large,ciejrly.dra plans.
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one of the coaches'turning over on Its On February 4th Chas. P. Lynch of out in his mind to a logical conclusion :s t"! .t fi people( who write about .
q ",,!;.:.-< 4>f manned life are single. Itie THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
Lakeland deputy collector t>f internal -something "had to be did"asthe I
the
.: side. Several passengers and ecu
.. > r- T"- married they would be so 9 MUHHAT STMCET New Yon, U. S. A ,

ductor of the train were slightly hurt, revenue came to Wauchula and visited huge beast, magnified many times 'e-A wish! their troubles they would Sfnd festal far Catalogue of foots for

.,.. and a number were badly shaken up. the stores that sold tobacco and ci- by the temporary curvature of th ..,' limp time to write.-Moor head inIMntlcnt t'atttsvtan's Library

The track was obstructed for many gars. At the .store of Swindall & Pre !ens of the captain's eyes, was cautiously !' _.

hours until a temporary track coul- *att he found a cigar box in the case advancing on what he supposed A Cure for Misery"I

be run around it and traffic resumed.In which contained nineteen cigars and only a pig. It was now or never
have found a cure for the misery malaria
i had its lid torn off. Although a part of for the captain, and by a supreme effort poison produces" says I:. M. James, of Louel- F155E1PSnesspnrityandreii i
the United States circuit court,
the revenue stamp was on each side of he threw up the gun and emptie' len, s. C. "It's called Electric Bitters, and
Judge Locke presiding the Pullman comes" in 50 cent bottles. It breaks up a case s '-; abilityF.'vrsSesds
'i',' ".. the box he confiscated the cigars and five cartridges from his magazine and of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time ire in a class by them
is sued by W. F. Hunt
Company being cn Tuesday of this week they received then he braced himself for close en and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of com- selves.have confidence Farmers
for $3,000 damages. The cause of mission." This great tonic medicine and Y
this action as averred in plaintiff's a letter from Deputy U. S. Marsha counter. The bear's vitality is such! blood purifier gives quick relief i in all stomach, j-H: 7 they la them know because they
petition
Bristol telling them to meet them at that he may be mortally wounded an* liver and kidney complaints and the misery + can be relied up
was that in the month of Febru- of lame back. Sold under guarantee at the %n' on. Don't experiment
Wednesday morning train and go yet be desperate in close combat. Crazed Banner Drug Store. // with cheap
ary, 1906. he took passage cm a Pull Leeds-yoarsure ,
to Arcadia with him and the deputy with pain the bear now rushed at 1 ty lies in buying

: man car from Port Tampa to Jackson- collector. This they did and appeared hm like a half-grown tornado but Forced Out. t'r i' seedsseatoutbf f a

ville. He had his regulation Pullman She- Mr Bloom does not hU a conscientious
'apt. Vert clubbing his pay and trustworthy
before U. S. Commissioner LIghtnerwho gun knocked '
ticket, and that after staying in the him wife much attention does he? He- house.Ferry's .
bonded them over to the U. S. down but the bear was soon up ,a r Seed Annual
car in the berth assigned him. all Xo The only time I ever knew of his for a i Kr.fc, Adorer
.. next court, the bond being $200. with mouth wide open and long claws going out with her was once when the Y : LsItres
night, he was denounced morningby ,
j This is about as small a piece of endeavoring to get the captain into gas exploded.Do .
the car's conductor as an imposter,
business as we ever heard of United his deadly embrace all the time keeping ------ 50 YEARS
and turned over to an alleged detec- i
States officers doing. Any inqury! in up such a terrifying roar that it Not Crowd the Season EXPERIENCE
Jacksonville for a short while. 1.I .
tive In ,
Wauchula about Messrs. Swindall & was heard by a man a mile off. Sudden The first wanD days of spring bring with
Hence his action for damages.-Tamp them a desire to get out and enjoy the eshili-
the bear
Prevatt would have convinced any 'y began to stagger then fei ratinz air and suushine. Children that have .

Times.A reasonable man that they would not lifeless: at the feet of his victor. He ben housed up all winter are brought out j

large cargo was brought up from weighed;) pounds and 5 and you wonder where they all canie'froin. f
fee
be of
guilty trying to defraud the gov was The heavy winter clothing is thrown aside i

Cape Sable by the schooner Estelle eminent on the revenue of a few ci :. inches from tip to tip. All the cartridges and many shed their lI.mnt"JThf'D a cold
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which arrived here Thursday morning. gars. They run a general merchandise had taken effect. wave comes" and people say that grip is: .epi DESICNSCOPYRICHTS
demic. Colds at this sea.ion are even more
Included in the cargo was 650 gallon: store and sell comparatively few Captain Vert is going to have him dangerous than in midwinter.as there is much Ac.
Anyone sending m sketch and
description may
of syrup 200 heads of cabbage 110 cigars and the revenue on all they sel stuffed and shipped back to Indiana more danger of jnen-'onia." Take t.'harulrIain's : quickly ascertain oar opinion free w ether aa
and Communication
will
Tough Remedy however you invention tsprobaMy patpntable.
bushels of sweet potatoes 500 stalksof &s trophy to hand *strictly confidential. IlandbookFatemi
would be but a bagatelle. a down to his grandchildren have nothing to ft'ar. It always cures anti lent frl'e. Oldest agency for aernrmg patenta.Patents .

sugar cane and 45 sacks of charcoal Strictly speaking have This will make Pre.slden we have never known a told to result in pneumonia taken through Mann & Co. receive
they pro1)ably when it was used. It U pleasant and tfteial notice, without charge, in the
All of the above products are from violated the law but heretoforewe Roosevelt envious if he hears about it, safe to take. Children like it. For sale by
Scientific Jlm rican
Cape Sable and fully prove that th have had collectors with some but the captain is now quite willingto Titusville Pharmacy and all dealers.

people of that section are making judgement and when they saw a dealer "rest on laurels won." lie will be handsomely of any Ulnstrated cienUBc Journal.weekly largest Term.$3 cirruUtioa a- i
ear: four months$L Sold by Ml newsdealer*
great headway in their agricultural who did not understand all the little satisfied with deer hunting hereafter
MUNN & CO,361 Broadway, New York
pursuits. This Is one of the largest points of the law they would explainit -----
Branch Office. 625 V 8U Washington.D.c..
cargoes ever brought here from the and not put a man to the expense Rank Foolishness

ape, but judging from the reports the n' xDensive litigation simply becausehe "When attacked" by a cough or a cold or KILLTHECOUCHAND
when your throat is sore it is: rank foolishness
shipments of farm products from there had unwittingly torn off the lid t- to take any other medicine than Dr. Kin?'s CURE THE LUNCS

will constantly increase.-Miami New a cigar box that it would be more New" Discovery." say CI O. EMridze of Em- i
pire. Ga. "I have used New Discovery" seven r 41
Record. convenient in his cigar case. years and I know it is the best remedy"

Blountstown was treated to something earth for roll_bs and cold, croup and all! Sar. .J. If IlivewLlIbeasbtzaooseasyou: ? I WITH Dr King'sNew
Race Suicideas throat and lung troubles. My children are ):Cj, nj c!uid if you dun Leer
new on Tuesday, when a part subject to croup bat New Discovery quick! MAGIC WHITE SOAP.

from Marianna in an automobile President ROIl!; nlt calls it. is nut nearly cures every attack." Known the world over
arrived the menace to increase in population that as the kinz of throat and lung remedies." Soli Rub Magic on soiled parts leave them la Discovery

which was the first of these machines deaths among infants are. And right out often under guarantee: at Banner Drug Store. OOc. BO watt It roi--ickiiffce.Lour.if No boiling:no washbwsrrfs< ;

ever known to traverse the of these deaths are directly or indirectly and $l.W. Ti ial bottle free." \\u iron easy you use as tragic MAGIC:has n WItlTEsOAI' 0 ros.n eO tCi.00.
caused by bowel troubles. McGee'd Baby Ei- Ilkj: : Jr. yellow f-oap. Get your grocer to orderor FOR COUGHS
streets of this beautiful woodland town ixir,MItt'S diarrhoea dysentery sour stomac -I suffered habitually from send s-a'l '0 fr 1 box of 1-'J k c ku trial Bottle freeAND
constipationDoan's
The machine proved an object of great and all infant ailments of this nature. Just Regulets relieved" and strengthened the Ve pay lor Ireijal. Svothe: wrappers. ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
the thing for teething babies. Price 25 and
curiosity to the vast majority of our 50cents. Sold by Titusville Pb.armacyand bowels: so that they have been regular eve MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY
e sinre-\ E. Davis, grocer.Sulphur Springs, 11
OR MONEY
citizens, and was closely Inspected Banner Drug Store. TVx. New Orleans, La. REFUNDED.












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$. FLORIDA STAB Numbers and Boundaries of1 I CAUGHT BY THE GRIPRELEASED : t.


Entered at the portoffiee at Titnsrille Election PrecinctsOn I
:eeond-chvss mail matter.
-, ySa'f PE-RU-N.

i BTJB8CEIPTIOW, 1 JO PER ANNUM motion it; is ordered that all election BY
precincts in Brevard county shall in the future -
be known by the following numbers,
e { : X11U B. Water. Editor Publisher
....:, names and boundaries: I

:' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING No. 1-LaQranze.:: Voting place, the old La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh.
:z f. -- - Carlile store on the old Harvey place at 1....
'John Temple Graves continues to Grange. Sid precinct r-oandid as follows:
On the uorth by the county line divining Y.>- !
be one of those "talked about." ln ia and Brevar connu..a ou the, west l>y THE disease now kaorra as 'grip' .
the west line or the county, ou the auuth toy I to be ca'l.d 'iIlllue za.' I
: _j Somebody has produced a pencil and the township line dividing townships 21 and It very closely resembles a cold, but is Ya

figured that his editorials cost the ,22 running east until said township liue intersect more tenacious: in its hold upon the :
the incorporated line of the town of Ti
4 *t'Y '.. New York American $833.33 each. osville, thence north and east along said incorporated syrtem and produces more profound dis

J i line to the Indian river thence turbances.
'Z That sounds like they might have ,
northward along the Indian river to the Vo- Grip is in reality epidemic catarrh.
; marked down but few have i 4t-
: been lusia county line.
When it once begins it spreads over the

ever accused Col. Graves' stuff of No. TitusviHe.. Voting place, the courthouse country very rapidly.

"' being the bargain counter sort. at Titusville. Said precinct bounded as People do not catch the grip from each
; follows.On the north,commence' on the Indian
river where the incorporated line of the town other, but each one catches it from the

:; $ w: Among the announcements this of Titusville intersects said river, thence west atino-phere.
and south along said incorporated line until Mast Effective Medicine Ever Tried 1
J week will be found that of John C. it; intersects the township line between townships -
.;; 21 and 22, thence west on said township for La Grlppe"Fobt.
nomination for
Jones for second -
Esq., line to the west line of the county thence : L. Madison, A. M., Principal of

: L term as states attorney for this, south along the west hue of the county to the Cullo-yhee" Iiigh School, Painter,X. C.,
south lm of Delespine thence northeasterly -
: grant, is chairman of the Jackson
probe along the south line of said grant to County } M T1 {'t,.
ably have no opposition pos- the Indian nver, thence northward along Ik>.iidof Kdncation.He -
Indian river to the north line of the incorporated is Writer of occasional: verse andh Yator \ r ." rL
ition. He has proved an excellent limits of
Titusville
being the pointof
.s wntriuitc to a number of leading

'''Y' .. prosecuting attorney and has made beginning ): pens and maaziues-religious; edu-

-1 a record that he may well be proud No. 3-City Point. Voting place the small building on the end of Hatch old wharf. 4 1'
t. of. Said precinct bounded as follows On the In speaking of reruns, Mr. Madison n / r r : t'f' ,e

{ .. north commence on the south line of Deles- says: .
7 Those who desire to participate pine grant,on Indian river, run southwesterly "I i>.m hardly ever without Peruna in riadison 'zL { '

in the Democratic primaries should along the south line of said grant to the west r-? Lo.iie. It is the most effective medicine J4'
: line of the county thence southerly along the
'\' bear in mind that one of the necessary west line of the county to the section line dividing that I have ever tried for la grippe.

sections 13 and 24, Twp 24 south, to it also cured my wife of nasal cati -
is the of I
r .a _,_ qualifications payment It 34 E., thence east on said section line I *:h, Her condition at one time was
'-* poll taxes for the year 1906 and to Indian river, being the section line dividing I f.., h that she could not at night breathe .
sections 17 and 20, Twp. 24 S.. K. 36 The Medical r ; S
1907. These taxes must be paid on ort k 1, on the river, thence northerly along Indian tLruh her nostrils rr I

before Saturday, April 11th. Every river to the south line of Delet>pme grant, "Incoc eqr':?nce, an inflamed condi- ProfessionRecognizes
being the point of beginning t; of the throat
01 was brought about,
: Democrat in the county should remember -
No. 4-Rockledge.. Voting place at public l.rW'-x woe and worse and yielding =
this date and be sure to pay tall in Cocoa. Said precinct bounded as follows to10 r*>:-uly until Peruna was tried." The Grip as 5q1Epidemic _
r- : On the north, commencing on the In- I t !
before that date. a
; on or
up /
dian river on the section line dividing Healthy Mucous Membranes.

sections 17 and 20, township 24 south TIt! ? who are fortunate enough to i Cararrh.t ;
t The Palatka Times-Herald range 36 east, run west ou said section line ,
says iie ivrft"-tly healthy mucous mem-
to the w est hue of the county thence south on
t that some people seem to think about the west line of the county to the township 1;r.
all a newspaper is good for is to lines between: townships 2o and 2$, thence 11,e mucous membranes lining the During an epidemic of grip Peruna "Two years ago; I began using Peruna
said
east on township line Indian river ,
thence Indian r< -,-, throat and lungs, when in a should be used. Ihe doses recommended and it built up my fctren,,th so that in a
boost them whenever an opportunity northwesterly along river to .
the section hue between sections 17 and 20, iit.r-nal state, are an effectual barrier on the bottle are sufficient. couple of months 1 wa able to go to

presents itself. Such a thing as township 2t b,rOo 3IS EL,the pomt of beginning. against the invasion of grip. After the grip has once been acquired, work again.

"a q extending a return courtesy never occurs -. No.3-Ean Gal he. Voting place at town But, if there happens to be the slightest Dr. Hartman recommends the use of I "This winter 1 had another attack of

to folks of such ilk. If they I office on Highland avenue, LaU Gallie. Said catarrhal derangement of the Peruna in teaspoonful doses every hour la grippe, but Peruna swn drove it eat

precinct bounded as follows Oa the north, mucous membrane, then the victim be- during the acute stage; after which the I of my system. My wife nil 1 censMkr
knew how little oft
they are thought commence on the west line of the I
.
county on comeS an easier prey to the grip. directions on the bottle should be fol- Peruna a household ren ttH ."
: the would township line between townships:: and 2tf
by publisher they
average S., R. 3j E., run thence east on Mid township This in part explains why some people lowed. Pneumonia Foll.\.ed La Grippe.Mr. .

put a curb on their nerve until they line to the west bank of Indian river. thence get the grip, while others do not. Experience has shown that: the people T Barnecott-e..t Aylmer, Ontario

learn better. We delight in saying southerly the northeast along the west bank of Indian river The, rational thing to do is to keep tbe who use Peruna as a remedy for grip Can., writes:
to of section 16
ceruer Twp. XI
S. 37 thence system free from catarrh. In attempting generally recover sooner and are less | "Last wirt r 1 was ill with
nice things of the deserving, but we range east, ruu east ou said sec- pneu-
tiou line to the Atlantic ocean: thence south- to do this most people have found liable to the distressing and long-con-.> monia after having la grippe. 1 took

f.:4 are inclined to be quiet regardingthe erly along the pecan beach to the section line Peruna to be invaluable. tinued after-effect1 of the grip. Peruna for two months,when I became
fellow who desires to for dividing sections 30 and 31, Twp. 27 d.. K. 3$
use us Systemic Catarrh, the Result of La When Peruna has not been used dur- quite well, and I can bay that any (JUcan
tR E., theuce run west ou said section line to the
a "good thing." west line of the county, thence north along Grippe. Pe-ru-na Receives Credit ing the course of the!grip and the patient be cured by it in a reasonable time

for Present Good Health. finds himself suffering from the aftereffects at little expense."

Special attention is called to the beinning.No. Mrs. Jennie W. Gilmore, Box 44, of this disease,a course of Peruna Pe.ru-na-A Tonic After La Grippe.

: .Melbourne. Voting place, the building White Oak, Ind. Ter., formerly Housekeeper should be resorted to. Mrs. Cha E. Wells, br, Delaware
notice giving the boundaries, numbers in which the barber shop to now located
Said precinct bounded as loliows; Ou the for Indiana Reform School for Suffered Twelve Years from AfterEffects Ohio, writes: "After a severe attack of
and of the various
F voting places nurth'cvmwenceon: the west line of the county Boys, writes: of La Grippe.Mr. la grippe, 1 took Peruna and found it avery

voting precincts in this county, to be on the section line !between: sections 30 and "Six years ago I had la grippe, which Victor Patneande, 3 s MadisonSt. good tonic."

'r x: ;; found in another column this week 31,Mid township::section 27 S line., K.to 3j the E., Atlantic run thence ocean easton was followed by systemic catarrh. .,Topeka, Kan., member of Knightsand Mrs. Jane Gift, Athena, Ohio, write:

The precinct numbers have been theme southerly along the ocean btach to the The only thing I used was Peruna Ladies of Security, writes: "Six years ago 1 had la grippe very bad.

section line between sections 17 and M, Twp. and Manalin and I have been in better "Twelve years ago I had a severe attack I read a testimonial of a woman who

changed in several instances and the J8 S.., li 3S E.. thence run west on said wxtivii health the last three years than for of la grippe and 1 never really recovered had been cured of grip by Peruna. My
luifto the cast bauk of the Indian ri\cr.
county commissioners are desirous before. health and strengthbutgrew husband bottle of Peruna.
thence run ulhuittferly to the centre of the years my bought me a
I. that all electors will become conver- mouth of Turkey creek,thence southwesterly "1 give Peruna all the credit for my weaker every year, until 1 was 1 was soon able to do my work. I continued -

sant with the in centre of haul creek until said hue intersects I good health." unable to work. using it until 1 w as cured."
. new arrangement, especially the section line between M-ctions 21 and i

where it may concern them. 25, township 28 S, K. 37 E., thence run weston
said section line to the west line of the
county,being the section line be wee u sections land north of the south line of township 21.indutlinz .
THE STAR is being sent to several 19 and 30 Tw p.25>S. R.3o H.thence ru u north the islands iu Indian river betweensaid
'' who on the west: hue of the county to the point of north and south boundary lines.
hundred registered voters are
beginning No. 12: -llaulo\cr. Voting place. Thomas

t, not regular subscribers to this paper No. 7-Malabarotia,; pUce 1: B. Arnold brooks, on north side of canal Said precinct
tore at Malabar said bounded a>* follows: On the north by the
from the present time up to the pri- s precinct bounded \
as follows. (to the north! commence on north line of Crc\ard county from the Atlantic t'1r s '
a mary. Here is the opportunity for the west line of the county on the section hue twcan to Indian ri\'er. thence south al<.iig

those seeking political preferment between M'tli..aLi IY and 3u. township 2t:-s>.. I:. line of Indian ricer to township line dividing
tol\\Uahips an :33 cast, nun east un said section: line until 11lu'ersettstheeiiitreof JfA
and honors to reach the people of :: Tuifct vtreek. tht.ituoithojeter'y .&it line to tbe Atlantic 01-e.iu thence northerly -
along the ocean beach to the north line ,
m of said creek
txntre
to the
# Brevard most effectively by placing .the> toaroty. being the point of Ingitiuins
mouth tl-tn of ou I iid 1.111 river. theiiee uoitli ,
their announcements and publishing! eatt-rIy t.> the section hue lit HI,'u t..ti.ms1j including all islands in Inluurner. within I
a and -0, township! :>! S.. 1:. 3$ L:.. Coal the scud north and south boundary lines.No I
their in the columns off
platforms f ist bank ol Iiidutii met, the'ii'-e HM, unsaid 13-CVnneralotiuft [.1.-'(. Ifeniy
i THE STAR. Villon line t.. the .\tl;,utit irf-i-1. l..t'li southerly \\ ivmat' (htiavrral pus'<>ifio. aid pre I
f a'on.! ;: tin ocTs n lna..h :o section liue diVKlmcMt duct K;UJ <<<1( :t'Hi 11 and 2:.. tll\\.hij.; .: 9 !S.. Lis t.n the Atlantic ocean on the township
: Legislation Against GamblingIt : E.: ttu.luc. west ou said sf1!.i>n I line to the In.t. between t.wusliiin21 2'1. run wo..t ,
:M-l i hl.. ..l tht. ru.'at*.. >'tins thesttli hue on slid t"vn,hii> hi:t. to Indian mrr. tht'mei
be the
seems to purpose to puta l"'hH"li i'h aun; Iud iau nr t<>tfiitn nf P.m.dl') :
stop to all kinds of gamo'ir.g.! .\ *.. theme iiort'!! ..u t, l the of E'iunll itieof sJi,1 "rtt'k to its mt ;tti with!
to pUrc ;;jrNo : < r : n
bill is in the New York ]
pending l'r-; ..
tli< Wt"t line f limit river. tbtno WHI''Iw -
.
H- .Uroillt.'otillq'io! > L..KC,,> ', .
t ( <
II <
> It .
tnl i; river the nth
islature to put atop to race tri : HI nom's t' s :tm + .fownship
.
; >.t at '.r..llt. tied; ;m-cir t l-"UinUil ;i>rOIl
:JL! i"lh.ill: : <; A::1 I islands! in J1n.ma '
gambling in that state: It i,:,tronlopix : 't\\:!. O,i the iioitu. rs'ione.ccon tlit wt& mtr within iheal...v.! .ni;i.lary'iotachirte
":.1' I.r" tl' C '1l'.t 17 ou :w Hue dividn: .
> The governor rt'c"id ..<'.ions h ::n.t l'o UVM>-hii> 29 =-.. t. :i; r.. .torsads.'Uthlineofiwp.21toth Itnti "vetoe II....,-... ....Mh..ar.: ,1,11?' th\t j,
letter the other dain which :'iu t .>.> ".it .Ii! ...Qa.a hoe Uthe Pliant;eae '
a it \\z s; '''''an Leach t > the point o' h inuiiig.
.
.. .
os. ti i ;o..Uht..I' rry abut the et lU
7 stated that a fund of s;!\U,1",1O: had .K.:.?... t'J the 1: vrt"h !r..' "ft',.- t"l"'lIttIt'n: -' i

... i :'. .\.'dgt... ..I i.dllli.1 .,i ft"<1'III.tj. ISi Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is .
toy been raised to lk.rt'at it. The lettt
,
.tw ..ifis! tu,.it tit the ut line of tli.county, Both Agreeable and EffectIVel'1alIul..rh.iu's
i is now the subject of a rather M'nst- itieiH-e' ii..:tuul'-ii;; tiiv ,s,-..t line<>the eoun'j I
to tl I.e l"i.ilot N..; noose ouzh KunIv has no suHmi -
+ tional correspondence between tlw for iini.ut.'coIiM!: and iroup; and I the
\... 't--Hainannij' :':; DLwt.. \\'. J. Ka,- f;.ct that it la pleasant to take and t.ntains
governor and a committee of the .til'o ]';(..k 11 ;; tit'OM'. lid: : ;'xeillCt Imnudu; nothing in any way ipj'irm's', has made .t a 1

legislature. *> follows\\ : loinaet.f at :t k ;nnkvi' u'un n\"('i '\there the no li Ii"t'.r rthaut ..f Kirk vilh'. low:4, scys: .For 1I
I Repre.entatiHepburn, of Iowa, tow :".h'p J 1i S.. K 3 71 into rw.t* said fin-r. ni"r<' than twenty y''ar'liemlkriai.u'st'u'; .
c has> introduced into the house a bill theiiierunta-tai..i ;.; 1>'id tlt.\'I"I'" : lI\' t..ti be lt'II'Cly his h>..n mv It'aim;; remedy for aithro.it I: I ADD Ri
.\tlautitHIUI! then e M utLtil\ al'i.g In-' tft>uhlu. It is emlx'ctatiy hucccviiul::. in
; which, it is said, has the appro\al of itii. t,,'u'li to the section liti? I..IW....'! -,,!<', essesof cro\ip. (hudrt-Ti! like it and my <"us

,,. the president, to prevent gambling tmiii tam! n r"I'. '_i s. I:. :j Ir-.. thrice '.niers who have u-n-ii it w.llnotUkf another \'
k west Oil S-liU s'eti"u l.lll IO tat': t in stocks. It provides for a tax of Indian river thehcr n rtb.-rly .iVi: the ext all dca'crsEK I
+1, out: nl Indian .her to point wl l>,' .11(11.14No I
one-half of one per cent on the face ?
1. -Ge'>rgian:t. Y.till: platat C. 1) Cheapest accident uran'e-Hr. Thomas I
value of every share of stock transferred 1'rovost'stole- :aid ore:-nut U'ui.ded a., .-trie O.I Mi'pa:: the pain and heals the !
. foil .wOu the it-th. tvni'cnce.; on the east ,
by,ale. It is evident that this woundlldniSKistssell;: it
e bank: of Indian mcrou to\\uship lillbt. ___ __ For sale by the
bill will be the subject of an inter- t\\\'tO towu,hip 21 and 25 where s i.llinejll1l'JMTh i n
slit iner. run tLeuce east on said
esting debate. tllwus.il.l! hut to the Atlantic ocean: tbeuresyHitLerly 0. A. STEWART

But is it proposed to do anything) along the titan beach to the bt.ltb i INDIAN RIVER
line of township 2run thence wet ou van
ii in respect to the sale of cotton and township line to the east, batik of Ind ian ricer. .."

; grain futures? The ale of futuresis run hence uortherlv aluuz: the tat bank oC :
said river to the point of bcginumg MUSIC HOUSETITUSV
just as much gambling M the sale InsuranceTITUSVILLE .
\o. 11-MerntU. Voting plate, R'bool Fire ,
4 of stocks on margins. house at luJunola. Saul precinct bounded

5 'f It is probable that the Hepburn as follow: Begin ou the east side of the Indian -, : ILLS FLA.
river where the mitre of Banana creek --- --- -- ,
.".
:. bill l would pretty effectually put a intersects aid nvtr. thence easterly and !
northerly on a line in ccntrt of said creek uo
top: to the sale of stocks on margins.It til it intersects the Banana river on the west FLORIDA Ii II I

would be rather costly business to line of said Danana river thence southerly --- i
alone the west line <>f Banana ricer to the I represent some of the leading -
'-- gamble in stocks if such a tax were !south hue or township thence wr ton aid companies of the world and any I :!
township line to the east aide of Indian river
; imposed. The bill will have Wall
h business entrusted will t
tbence northerly along IndianDriver to the to me receive -
'' street's opposition to the extreme. point; tf be;;inniuz::. beicz all of Merntts Iv prompt andcareful attention

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,, H,6. 1908 THE FLORIDA STAR 5

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,Wj WS Steamer Bayamo Reported Saved. ...... ;.

yO. ';'' .: Miami Metropolis.] D' JI,O ..:. ._ O. O_ __ I.

Pale Thin Reliable information received here

'. __ FA1 FLORIDA states that the Ward line steamer
'. .. .
-f Of ,. Bayamo which went ashore on the n n '
Economizes the use of flour, butter -

'W:a .;t ipfe 1 Being Dons Towards tie' De- Nervous ? reef off New River Inlet three weeks and eggs ; makes the biscuit, ,
ago, was pulled off yesterday morning
t .elopment of the Peninsula, by the Merritt Wrecking Companytug cake and pastry more appetizing B.:,

, 'fihe Florida Winter Chautauqua has the d 0 ",
Relief which took charge of nutritious and wholesome.Sakmffowder
l.f
"" Then blood be ina ;
; 4i opened In Gainesville. your must ship last Sunday and started with her

: : :TAO. new buildings are',to be erect- very bad condition. You .in tow for Jacksonville where repairs

I '?: ed:at Rollins ,college at Winter 'Park, certainly; know what to take, I will be made. This information was .

:'. Pensacola's fine city hall will be then take it- Ayer's Sarsa-: brought by the captain of a yacht, 1

*;i'fcrmally. :. dedicated on Thursday parilla. If you doubt, thenconsult which passed the tug and her tow -

; ::'. March 5th.Sanford. your doctor. We know: yesterday morning.The .
Bayamo has herself a
proven
.. is crowded with tourists what he will say about this
most .remarkable vessel. She was
'r more being there this season thau old
grand family medicine.This .
-< ashore hard and fast and in 'a very
ever before. ii r-
the fint question your doctor would perilous position. Ever since goingon
askAre bowels !" He kuowtthat
4. A your regular
big Chautauqua Is in progress In dally action of the bowels U ab.o.ateljeuenUal the reef very bad weather and
St. to recorery. Keep your liver active
and
Petersburg will be continue and your bowelt regular by taking laxatiredoses heavy seas have prevailed the water
for,some time.Senator of Ayer'i fills.
breaking heavily upon her at all

W. 3\ Bryan of Florida is Also bZ.C.A,781'Co.minufhcturers.lowcU.of Meet times, but she held her own, and is d

III with ,typhoid fever at Providence tI DAII STOOL said to not be very badly damaged.

hospital in Washington. hers "Gt'!RYECTORAI. Part of the cargo of the steame-
ABSOLUTELY
J. Walter Bishop has been appointed was removed to this port and its disposition PURE
We have ao aeerets! We pubi.hthe
Justice of the peace for the Ocala formulas of all our mod cine*. is yet to be determined since

district by Governor Broward.. libels have been placed on both the o This is the only baking ;
-,' cargo and the vessel, the first .by Key o
..'h" The total sales of revenue stamps but bonded Indebtedness amounts to
.
\ West wreckers who were not allowedto powder made from Royal
at the
Tampa office for the month of $105,000. ,
Ji --- February amounted to $49,042.90. participate in the attempt at salv- Cream Tartar.It
', Harry Bomford a former plumbing ing the ship and the second by the Grape of .
s The Methodists of the East Coast contracter of Tampa who has served
R G. Ross Company which was dismissed -
District have raised a fund for theIr seven months of a one-}ear term in Has No SubstituteThere
from aiding the steamer by an
: :' erection of a district parsonage ia Ma- the convict camps for shooting Capt
order from the
owners transferring it
Park, a steamboat master nephew of are Alum and Phosphate of Lime mixtures Mid at
ami.The to the Merrit Wrecking Co., of Phila
Orange crop from Osceola cou't1's ;}- State Treasurer Park of Georgia, delphia. IJ lower price but no housekeeper regarding the health U
Ir of her faml17.caD afford to ne them.
when Park him in Park'shome
pooar farm was sold for 75 cents a surprised

box on the tree and turned into the with Mrs. Park, has been par Poor Mackerel Season.

;" county treasury $1,500. coned by the State Board of Pardons. Miami Metropolis.) .

Bowling Green is soon to have a The county commissioners of Baker The mackerel fishing season of 1907 OJ- O -l; O O @

state bank with $20,000 capital stock county at their recent meeting, re- and 190S has come to a close several

and will be successor to the present jected all bids for the erection of a weeks earlier than ever before all
Five Years For Bigamy. which was towed out from a river
court house in MaoClenny. The low.
banking firm of W. R. Minor & Co. of the seine crews having either left
I
Fish shipments for the week ending ..st bid received was $26,000, and the the channel and gone to other place? (Tampa News.) berth.
The work the Columbia will be
on
board thought that the county could
Tuesday night amounted to four car or come to port and begun prepara- Five years for bigamy was a sentence -
get along with a less expensive one quite extensive as she was not given
tions to elsewhere.Not .
loads in bulk and 58 barrels aggregat go imposed by Judge Gordon iu
much attention after being raised from r
The board has contracted with
an architect only has the season closed
ear-
tag 107,600 pounds.-Punta Gorda criminal Court Tuesday morning upon
sunken condition at the terminal
to get plans for buildingnot a
up a lier than ever before but it will '
Herald. go Frank X Gross alias Fred H. Gross, !?
dock. Following the Columbia other
to exceed $20,000.A .
into history as the poorest in the hIs- white. Gross with a living wife ana
The third torpedo flotilla from Noi- Caft now berthed in the river will be
shipment of 15,000 pounds of king tory of the industry in this port. While several children, six months ago took .
folk arrived at Key West Friday. The taken out and given work. It is said V
fish was sent from this city Fridayon exact figures are not obtainable the unto himself another spouse, a Mr..
fleet includes the steam yacht Scorpion to be the purpose of the company to
the schooner Annie to Havana. The total catch of Spanish mackerel made )McHale of SL Petersburg. He mar
and the torpedo boats, Porter assemble a large force of men and 1
shipment was made up of small lots by all the crews and gillnet boats this ried the, first time under the name of
Tingey Blakeley. Thornton and De- freat number of boats on the work
from the different houses in the city season will not aggregate over 100- Frank X. Gross, the second time under
Long. when it is resumed and to hustle it
and should the fish bring a good price 000 rounds. Fully 600,000 pounds of the alias of Fred H. Gross. He has lived -
through with the most possible dispatch. -
Oscar Gibson has been commissioned -
m the Cuban market the dealers will mackerel were taken and shipped last with his second wife in Tampa, St

postmaster at Gibson, Gadsden atrange to send more of them to that season, and even it was considered Petersburg and the Manatee section. .

: county, where a new office has been place. During the past month the very poor. A few days ago Harry Warner who }

established and Cecil C. Foster has price of kingfish has fallen off greatly From this, with the catch of this Repairing Extension Fleet. lives at Utopia, on Lake Okeechobee,
; been commissioned postmaster at Cutler in the northern markets the dealers
and season being only about one-sixth of
The Miami Metropolis of Mondaysays between Clements creek and Cypress
Fla. looking out for better placeto that of last the
are a season, disaster that the banksof
: The work of rebuilding and repairing creek was walking along
John Jones, the negro who killed dispose of their fish.-Miami News- has attended the industry can be ap the steamers and other crafts the latter, when he found six or

his wife in St. Petersburg last sum. Record. rreciated. All of the dealers have op- cf the F. E. C. Railway extension a3I I seven rare coins in gold dollars the

mer, has been sentenced to 99 years Last Sunday morning before anyone 1 rated at a very heavy loss, and the a preliminary to the resumption of newest being dated 1852. Many i

it. the penitentiary. This means that was stirring except the night police chances are that some of them will work south of Knights Key, has been of the coins dated away back. He i i

he will spend the rest of his days in the jail at High Springs was consumed rot be in business next season. started in the terminal ship yard here feels very proud of his find.-Fort My- ,

the convict camps. by fire and a negro by the name of Various reasons have been assignedfor opening up with the steamer Columbia ers Press. 1

George C. Scudamore deposed cashier George Perkins was cremated alive the scarcity of mackerel the past

of the Pensacola Bank and Trust Policeman Bell discovered thefire but two or three seasons and disasters of

.. Company, against whom charges arp too late to save it or to rescue the sole this season, the two most plausible EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. i:

"' pending, alleging embezzlement and prisoner in it. Perkins had been arrest being that the trestles of the railroad

forgery has been committed to the ed and put in jail on Saturday night in the keys break the fish up into

State insane asylum at Chattahoochee. charged with theft of a pair of trousers i small schools and keep them in deep DEALERS IN h

from another negro man, and it is sup ; water and that the almost general
Chaille, a Southern Railway: Lumber and Materials
Lloyd
} posed that it was through some act of use of gasoline engines for propeling Building :
conductor son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
his that the jail caught fire.Gaincsville power in the boats frightens the fish .
Chaille= of Miami, fell from a freight !. ,"
entering Elevator. away. OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL
train while the train was I ]
This opinion is very pronouncedwith
the Jacksonville lards at 2:30 o'clock BUnd tigers were once numerous in some of the older fishermen, and Yards at TitasYille, Cocoa, Eau Gallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach
Daytona but since so many have beet
:;i Saturday morning and was run overand convicted the "b'inkers" are becom- they contend; that when the fishermen We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house ordersfor
killed. go back to sail and oar power that the shipment direct from the mills
'ng -scarce. The Gazette-News docs
Lake Kiagsley near Starke is the catches will be better.Accidental .
tot mean to saj, however, that n..
largest and deepest spring in Florida, liquor; is being used in Dajtoaa. Transporting r. 1\ 1'U! \ !t..f{ II f\ "' 'UV.J' 1\ !\.II.II! !L4II !\.II 1\ J\.II jfJ'! 1
Telegraph, not except- DrowningA '1..I..r..III..rlr.r.rlrrl.rll.IIIII..rf'
the Starke
says is
"red eje" a very profitableranch
ing Silver Spring. It is 92 feet deep, :: of the express company's bus- Fort Mjers dispatch to the Tampa }
and half mites! across in Tribune dated Thursday : "In
nearly two a !ness and one corner of the local office I. says
any direction, and about five and three is designated as the "booze cor- the river just below the winter horn HARDWARE1

quarters miles around.A T.cr." One morning this week thee cf Thomas A. Edison, this afternoon

of ii vas found the body of Oscar MeChni
boiler at ,McLeod's sawmill on were sixty-four packages liquor
than, a well known young man of this
;, Alafia river Hillsboro county, exploif the office awaiting delivery.-Dajtona

Monday killing H. D. McLeoJ, pro Gazette-News. place. Indications point to accidental Jas. Pritcharcl & Son
injuring drowning. although no boat was
seriously
prietor of the mill, and
several others. McLeod was i Educational Convention found near the pout at which the

prominent lumber man, 56 years old. The Tallahassee correspondent vf body was discovered This is the sec Handle the Finest Lines of

+J large family. the Times! -Union savsState Superintendent ond tragic death in the family within .
: He leaves a I'
Peace river W. :M. Holloway returned a few weeks, th j father of the i Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur
railroad bridge over
The
from the educational convention at young man having been run down ant K
a at Zolfo was burned this morning; Washington" D. C. lie reports aiunusually :'l-ounJ to pieces here last month b%
300 feet of It having been dcstro'ellby successful and interesting C traia. Funeral arrangements have
; fire was still Stock of
the
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8 clock and "
not been
yet completed.
rreetiug There was a fine delegation
madeto F
were
Arrangements -- --- -
burning transfer mails and passengers in :t of county superintendents and Soothes itching skin. heal ruts or burns Guns and Sporting Goodsis
members of boards of trustees from without a s-car tuns pilts t-t/ema.: hilt
skiff Origin of the fire not reported. Florida, all of whom received much rheum any ittbmz D.'ansOintment.Your complete at all times
Gorda Herald. \lNggi: sell; it.
-Punta
from the discussionsheld
benefit _._
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When the morning bell of Sacred along educational lines ___ \t

Heart Catholic church failed to ring at and from the addresses of East Coast Meat MarketG.F.DURENAGENT

? o'clock Wednesday morning. priest, experts in educational fields. Thi Paints and Oils of Quality

investigating, found Father Josep'i delegation was well looked after ly

Launda, who had attended to this dutyevery Senator Taliaferro and Congressmen one of our Specialties
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morning for twenty years, dea Sparkman and Clark, and several of Florida aDdI'I' .
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: : in his room. The dead man was a native them were introduced by the latter w _

i of Spain, and was 5't years old. President Roosevelt. Senator W. J \ WesternMeats Quotations for large or small orders will

The Miami Electric Railway Company Bryan and Congressman W. B. Lamar be given personal attention. Mail Orders

of which Commodore H. C. were both ill. the one w'th typhoid ,. solicited and promptly filled

Roome, J. H. Tatum, W. M. Brown. B. fever, the other with la grippe consequently I
th o, both were unable to offerto
Tatum were
M. FLORIDA
and S. TITUSVILLE
B. Tatum ,
their fellow citizens of the of all Kiuds .
Incorporators, has gone into the hands any ,

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:T.: i: 'g.b, THEFLORIDA STAR MARCH 6. 1908

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-'3.5K, l Lincoln Farm Memorial Plan

: ..,r. r Richard Lloyd Jones secretary of BEST FOR THEBOWELS
f irf .
; the Lincoln Farm association. In an

s. article for comers reports on the

:( wT repress made In the last two years by

., this association In formulating plans powep.r.rydaryoe'nlllurwillb It yen haYelll.'t a regular,besahy JDMe..t.f. Earsyott the

\. for the coming Lincoln centenary In _...1. open aD4 be.eol: i-.ree. the.gp... The Cftlolent

{ February. 11)0!)' It has been decided .moothnt pli7.ie,._or tort pill most tO-perfect ia daagem.war at letptag

f to .build on the birthplace farm of the bowels Clear and clean U to take

jL Lincoln near Hod; envil'e. Ky a memorial CANDYCATHARTIC

!,. f. museum to cost about :$:=;H:00: ,

? : &&&& )%*& 411i In this the central: object of mtee-f

will be the weather worn Wile !o;?
fcvtiou AH LiL
in cabin In which Lincoln was boTi. The

F pw r= farm itself will be kept as a farm' v\:'
ti .
'h .S .
'\ r :..v..si:: : .:,. ; $; :=,1f.fi1"; ::::::.; ':: ;f -i: 1;:;: 1;::::;;:;+-i :;:::;;=t::::: : :;;; .'.>'.;::'ft:1n:: : ;;:;::;; :;::';f:: :; rf ;;:::i :, -:;;' :: ?:,.:::-g: : ::: ;I ept the s;o':rd oa which the nrtMwiir

is to stand ia a ort of elongated; cuiirtxmtereJ

temporary terminus of the road at locking to suppression of gambling in ly tnThe building will

r ; INDUSTRIAL t K.lght' Key, which Is only 122 miles I' options and the p "sibte! co-operatiou be of Tt- :t"* :'e.? naiL'ir au,I nisi' conain EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY #

from Havana. By another year this of the British and American governments a large nclitoritiiu for the use or Fl.w.nt. Palatable. Potent Taste Good De
marvelous railroad built on re-enforced I in a movement to this end. Mr Jones Good New Sli i<'n. We ka or Grip. W. ao4,
patriotic gatherings; says *
x First Hudson Tunnel W cent per boa. W j ite for free wunple.and boo
Operated.The concrete arches out over long stretches. The new educational bill introduced this will lJt'l."Olll"tile nation's coat let on health. Addrou ***

populous. skyscraping little island of deep sea, connecting tbe string of In the house ly Reginald McKe: nu mona the meeting place. of north and Sterling Remedy Company Cbicaao or New Tort.

of Manhattan from which the coral h'es. or "keys. will reach Key I' president of the board of educatipu.contains south. of east and (vest. the great national KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM

city of Nework Ions ago overflowed 'iVe t. -..heD<-e through trains will became as Its-two main principles tie school of peace and unity where

Tla bridges and ferries to the surrounding .1 on great oce.-ui ferries across to complete pul/lic control of the elementary all Motional animosity will forever 00
islands and inainlind. was Cuba What He Meant
schools ty locally electei mried" At the other end of the courta
Park at 1t m ana a policeman
brought into "dry laud" to'umunication row
t bodies and no denominational test in shaft will mark the ground on which
with New Jersey and the rest of and a sailor in conversationfvevsj
the of teachers. The Conservatives
appointment -
he cilnu 'tllod
birthplace originally
2
the countr.Ft'b.. 2.\ when the first 'I COMMERCIALAnnex I and churchmen are expecteilto jdt'. ktMsii-?*" said the JMulor
Seventy thousand Ilt'rsons have now
trains for the general public! began '0w will III reach the bloosuio' keyside -
_ : operating offer a strong <>pi osition. oiced the association from all sections '"

through the first of the system For Morgan's Bank. The house of commons has adopteda of the country, and their contributions! s
j of tunnels nnJer the bedof the Hud "(;' *in wid ye D'ye think I'm a
The First National Bank of New resolution asking the government to aggregate about *KX.I4X: :. Others ar- about oW t'
locksmith that I know yer
river from the Lackawanna rail-
{ son York, the colossal institution known as do all In its power to secure the transfer urged to Join by contributing; what they
and
; road station in Hobokrn to Nineteenth key and its side? There's one key
of the control of the Kongo Independent -
J. I Morgan's financial power station can. a certiJcate of membership being and that's
: street and Sixth avenue Nework lock I'll ho after givin' ye.
bas arranged to organize \ will be State and. failing such transfer forwarded to every contributor of :25; "
President Roosevelt In the .Whitt to a cell Move I on now \
known as the First !Security: company. within a reasonable time assuring cents or up w aril. Itemitt inc-es may lie
House at Washington "Keysddel l Hi said keyslde as plain :
to l>e financed with the bank's surplus the government of parliament's hearty addressed to Clarence II. Slatkay, 74 it
III could. bli'iie"
pnetlthe ns
funds and officered by the same men support of any measures that It mightbe Broadway, New York.
had beeu
electric' but- Just then a high brow who
who direct the affairs of the bank. BeIng necessary for the British !governmentto

ton which gave to tbe jKistotfice buying stamps so that
organized under state will take either alone or In conjunctionwith
the signal fug laws it I r SCIENTIFIC'' his rejected contributions would comeback
be free to do many things which are the powers to insure the effective .
the to him stepped
starting o up.
carrying out of its provisions.
unlawful for the bank chartered unJer ,
f the train fry:t! Lemcire's Diamond Formula. The man wants the keyside, whatever -
federal Is ws. Hereafter the bank will Financial,,Panic In Japan. "
I n, the Manhattan that is and I dunno. said the po-
4 terminal on be confined strictly to the business of From O aka and other Japanese centers Discussion! still continues In Euro- icen.jn -I believe he's looney aad

wh'ch: were the banking and leave the syndicating and come reports of heavy failures and P-MH prpers concerning the case of I'll run him In."

speculating: to the bank account of financial M Lcniome. the alleged; diamond
subsidiary state organizatlou. panics on docks
governors ofNew HP wants the quavside-the ,
for the maker of Paris whom Sir Julius Wern-
York aul Capital trust coin- stringency said the high brow as he directed tbe t
will be The Chinese continue of tier of the De Beers Mining company
to
New Jersej.oTicnls pany provided by declaring a complain Clan to the water front while the policeman -
p .4 ,' : of the coin dividend of 1W per cent on the bank's the Japanese, tricks In Manchuria, suchas recently prosecuted on the charge of said .
:
"c-- 1 $10.000.000 capital opening and detaining the Chinese swindling him out of SJS'VOO In con- it
b pany and other "WcM!!, I'll. be blowedr-New: York
nection with the of
financing a com-
mails various The Japs
on pretexts.
= Invited guestsat Prosperous Lackawanna Kicks. Press. tt
pany to exploit Lemoine's artificial diamond -
are fortifying the Pescadores islands.
3:38 p m President Trticsela'e! of the Delaware formula.
Since Lemoine's arrestit Wormology t
William G. Mc- Lackawanna and Western in hIs nnuti Germany Supports Austria.
v '
TVilllam G. 11 C Ad 00. has come out that he did not con
Adoo. the Ten- al report hits at Roosevelt and predictsa The German government has announced should be studied by every parent. If your
; $ nessee lawyer whose fine his operations to Wernher. but child is neivoas fretful, starts in it's s eep,
: spirit revised an bad year for the railroads of the her agreement with Austriaas
sold a half interest in his secret to one is pasty faced, bad rings under Us eyes, always 1
e old and languishing tunnel charter and country while at the sam time his to the right of the latter to build the Edgar Cohen a London capitalist who seems hungry is not gaining weight

to whom credit is given for the financing figures show that the Lackawanna hasa short cut railroad through; a Turkish you can be sure the trouble is wnrnw. Whit ,
t has made public the formula attached
4 :. and management of the great enterprise surplus larger than its capital stock province to the sea the porte being to the contract drawn at the time of (worms.'ream"ermifuJ1e Is its own; is purjrative an absolute Sold cure by Ti-for

S had wired the President, "The and that the surplus for the year was willing, and Russia has nothing to do his investment The main points ot tusville Pharmacy Banner Drug More

first official train of the Manhattan andS $100S9O2S! after the payment of all but got busy with the counter project this formula the of mix-
are heating a ---------- -
Hudson Railroad company under the charges and a dividend of 20 per cent of n railroad from tbe Danube to the
ture of iron, thirty parts; boron fifty
Hudson river awaits your signal ands The total earnings were $37.2G4,42.:: anincrease Adriatic. HEALTHINSURANCE
i five parts and animal charcoal, fifteen
pleasure. McAdoo then stood by the of $4301.592.
parts, in an electrical furnace heatedto
,
motorman while
the train made the
I i Farm Paper Exposes Trust. a temperature of 4.000 degrees. A
F trip to Hoboken In ten minutes. In The man who Insures his lifo Is
The .\meri<:Agriculturist: one of I SOCIOLOGICAL current of carbonic acid gas is turnedon
Hoboken exercises were held to complete -
; the leading weeklies of the country devoted at the same time to drive out the wise for his family.
: the transfer of the tunnel to the
to farming and allied Interests oxygen. Diamond makers and chem The man who insures his healthis
operating company by the underwriting To Improve Factory Conditions.
comes out In Its current issue with a Ists appear to be skeptical about the wise both for his family and
Later the occasion
f company. was Miss Anne Morgan, daughter of J.
front facsimile
page reproduction of a genuineness of this formula himself.
t celebrated with a banquet at Sherry's.The letter written to its publisher the Pjen>ont Morgan and several other

estimated cost of the system when Orange Judd company from Silas II. wealthy society women are leading a You may insure health by guarding

completed is $70,000.000.( The Erie and Paine of the Standard Oil company, at movement intended to be of national I EXECUTIVEMessage I it. It is worth guarding.
Pennsylvania stations In Jersey City
- to Improve the condition of
"' 26 Broadway New York in which the scope At the first attack of disease
will be connected the lower
of
by pair
working women and men in large
oil official announces that he has ordered of the Waterways.In .
'iy tubes to the downtown terminals at which generally approaches ..
cities. To this end they hive t'olun-
the three Judd to President
Orange papers to a message congress
Dey street thence connecting with the through the LIVER and manifests r:
tartly assumed the duty of factory Inspectors ..
be omitted from the trust's 1008 advertlsing Roosevelt asked for prompt action .
.f present subway system while the contracts because said papers In New York city and vicinity, looking to the federal Improvement itself in innumerable ways

' Sixth avenue line will run to Thirty- TAKE '
had items examining closely:; Into the hygienicand -
published news unfavorableto and control of all the inland waterways -

third street near the new Pennsylvaniatunnel the Standard Oil company The edi- social conditions prevulmg The at the same time transmitting the

i terminal and a spur across tor of Agriculturist prints the correspondence purpose so far developed 4s not to preliminary report of tbe-Jnland waterways '
Eighth street connecting with the sub
remedy existing conditions by influencing
e in full together with the communion appointed by bin utt'sPilis

way. items specificallj objected to and thenin legislation, but to work by private last March This report i finds that i It 1
llegnlar trains began running at midnight -
Influence the Individual manufacturing
. ft 1 nig editorial scorns what it regards on was the unregulated competition or
They are composed of eight al
as the attempt of the Standard finns In who e workshops are railroads that destroyed or preventedthe
h steel cars with side door trances. found And save your health.
abuses condi-
or unsatisfactory
to Tnuz7le the press" of the country. development of commerce by waterways. -
' E'; and are run on three minute headway tions. --- --
He declares the company's Independence The president wants
during the.rush hours. Actual time or congressto
under from dictation of any advertisersand The Era of Conscience. provide for a co-ordinating of the HANDY MOTH PAPER
crossing tbe bed of the river is t
i three minutes and the distance a mile glories: ia the "revolution by public Governor Folk of Missouri spoke before various bureaus dealing with river and t

t opinion" now going on in this coun- the Civic forum at Carnegie hall! canal Improvements. He says rightsto
and a quarter. At the center or state A moth destroyer and diainfectaat Placed

': line the tubes are ninety-five feet under try. ln'ieving! that at last all the great New York city. Feb. :;. on the subject \ water power should not be granted under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing .

the surface of the river and sixty feet corpora tions, even the Standard will of the "Era of Conscience" lie tO"any corporation in perpetuity Only it drives away moths and worry Twelve
a' conform to the higher!;: standards or such and sheets in a packet carnage prepaid 10 cents.
said that from one end of the land to charges tolls should be made
deep In the silt or ooze of the bottom. Six i ackeU50c nt if tt + business morality now animating the the other there had been a civic awaken bv the government as will pay tbe-cos
= The Railroad Wage Issue. American conscience. 3Iadigttn Powder Work.,Election; 846
ing in the past six years and that men of Improvement and maintenance Clark :*%ille, Iuw 1&
The negotiations between the officers high In the
up commercial world re- Would Withdraw 335,000,000. -

snd employees of the Southern railway alized the Immoral and criminal nature In all) tbe centers of the "TIME is MONEY"Tins
country
money -
y I In respect to a reduction of wages Una'' I r FOREIGN 1 1I of rebating and similar acts which come reports of bank depositsagain

't ly resulted In the statement from President :
were common in the community a few up to or exceeding the: nor.ui
Finley that the employees had'a"
Seven Terrorists to Die. years ago Wealth} bribers and jrato before the panic This being the case. P
rejected the proposed reduction and biers had felt the lash of public opinion the of the has
that the I I A military court at SL Petersburghas secretary treasury madea
management not wishing to
said tbe lie addre* "d himself
governor
condemned to death seven of the further withdrawal of public fund
act in an arbitrary way. bad requested
'' the chairman of the interstate commerce terrorists charged with complicity In I particularly against tbe race track from the depository banks to the

i commission to mediate between the recent attempt upon the llvs of evil which Is now 0I amount of _5 pw cent of their holdings
;,
I tbe especial object ,tiI ; "/ where
the total
rand Duke M00.000 10
Nicholas Nic'uolaievitcV 72f't or more.
them under the provisions of the Erd 1'
i : man law.Owing. and the minister of justice; Three oth- I i of attack in New 0 '.:?oiQI per cent payable on or before :March 9 caw ir

t "' to the opposition of Judge tn were sentenced to fifteen years' Iniprisonment I I\: o r k state under .i:'. and the rest onlarch: 23. Under thIs

t at hard labor. leadership of f'--- ... call about $.T5.( UOOUO will be returned
% Pntcbard to the proposed reduction lathe .
Uoternor Hughes. t 4l
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Peru Entertains Fleet. ; ;
wages of employees of the Seaboard -
He said the public f ,}
Air Line, the receivers of that The American battleship fleet spent : bad begun to realize A Slap at Mother.

t....onpnuy.Tho were appointed by several days in the harbor of Callao. I'I that race track }-z a. Vd Dinner was .' .'ie. and the family wa

Trltchard. have abandoned the plan. Peru where the officers and men received I! gambling Is the pro- asM-inlilf ::0 the sitting room. Mother

} The railroad commission; of CeorgH the warmest welcoire from the bad ta'! "n up the evening piper and
j jUfic breeder crime is jU..th true m regard W :
has ordered all common carriers which Peruvian people as well as from the wa rejiini TII account of how a highwayman : M.UUHK4 a., eL.e. 'iewitig
i and tbe corrupter -_ anything
-r$ contemplate wage reduction to notify official of had teen l in the suburbs
representatives the government : of youth and that operating: By using Long :Shuttle Machines, matter

, 4 it. with the figures and the reasons for President Panlo sent a most the state was lai ti FttJlf'r:13 down on his hind how well made you are actually: throitag

such cuts thus deferring action until friendly message to President Roosevelt i i :and knees trains to a<.t like a bors away 3 hours mil of i-v .rv bevel,
; i partnership with it
; the*com mission is satisfiedThe expressing admiration for the "in Governor l--Qlk. while little Willie drove him around TilE ST.UW\Rf IOT.f.sHTrLE:
tt through the issu- SEWING MACHINE
Brotherhood of Locomotive En- effable condition of all the ships and : the floor
ance of licenses. lie thought It more
l e Will make Sin stitches in the
;;lneeN hag asked a general conference for the enthusiasm aud energy of theyews" : Important to breed good men than fast "Papa" finally! remarked the goal; Shuttladtim.\ .* wake Duly J same'M>. bate L.&

,,-itb seventeen southern railroads regarding lady glancing toward her bnsban The Standard
In the
replying president expressed horses and told bow in Missouri when Rotary I'riucipal l is tutmH lid-
the 10 per cent cut In wages to his appreciation of the welcome I he lot'ame'rnor the lira thing he "here is a story about another mw entifiolly 25 correct, which fact baa burn proveii

lie made on March 1. given the fleet and give assur- I who was waylaid Do these;; holdups by years of sucrcsatul uae: in all parUof the
did was to recommend the repealing: or world and by our competitor

TE Harriman's Last Link Done. ance of the highest: consideration and ;I the law licensing gambling: at the state always stop} you with a pistol" and then trying to copy it without siuxeis.coutibvoiMlr THE:

warm regards from me and from go through your clothes<< .TVMHKIi 1K\ND Kdr\KY
The connecting! link between the Illinois my fair which was done three ,cars ago. THE
"Oh, fully replied father WORLD,* BL>T SEWING' }1.\l'HlXE
people" The men of the fleet have no. grin is tae
Central and the Central of GeorXia Since that time he said. there had bee machines oue-Lock
and
arising from the floor Sometime::: Chain btitcfc-
Is now finished and by April 15 the beta entertained on shore with ball more Cue hordes raised in 1Hssouti : Bail Bearing SLm.I-Stra.igbt iatac Lift.

Harriman system will l ill In operation :games, bullfights, etc. and a state i i without tbe gambling feature than they wait until you hang your clothe I>u.iK.t fail l to inve&tirtt the UM-riU of tW
the !lack of chair and tQ Fa..tes t. Most :silent
over a go > Lacteal
banquet was given by President Pardo KUDUIDK and
,*, from ocean to ocean. Tbj link is the i when horse racing was licensed Stork mint durable Sewing : tke

t branch line from Corinth Miss. tHaleyrllle. to over 200 of the officers at Lima. the and grain jCmbllngT:13; also under sleep. Philadelphia Bulletin. T.D.. IU :..o!,%,n:,.Machine". demon.hatiowt.madw TIIE

i_ a'-' Ala. whence trains will capital city. The fleet sailed on Feb. the ban of this era of conscience and a revelation: \\ ntc for prices aDd La.,v Payment _

t rim to Birmingham over the tracks of 20 for :Magdalena Bay Mexico whereIt : would hive to go next The era off Loversof 112.00: I'I>>u. Uuaranteed Sewing 3lacboe,.

the Northern Alabama and Frisco will spend considerable time In tar- i! conscience demanded the same stand- good health should prevent sickness instead The up.: Standard
t. i of letting themselves get sick and then Sewing Machine: Co.
= lines. get practice. -Td of morality for corporations as b M :s. Broad bt, Atlanta
try to care it. So long as you keep you Ga.
The Railroad Over Seas. British Legislative Affairs. '1 required of InJuIduals.'and the governor bowels and stomach in a healthy and active The Standard Sewing

; In-teted that the of: condition you won't get sick Itallanl Ih r- Machineis
Florida William Held an Irish member of exposure
the
The first train opening
; bine relieves inactive liver an.l sold
I constipation, by the
Indian
Sat Coast railway has reached the I the house of commons, has asked questions j wrongdoing could not hurt hones all stomach and bowel troubleik Sold by Ttuoville River

of the chancellor of the exchequer business Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. Music House, Titusvillei'

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