The Florida star ( March 13, 1908 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
March 13, 1908


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )


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).
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:

Related Items

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

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NO. 47

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S. Ia 0 Se at Tn STARa of-

ThaM Nelty toreke-e books, ast
usesa aswels., pwst caid, jewelry,
-y ts, e5-emt and 10-Cent
S L Dous...
A* mo B Berge, of New Smyr-
,mmrmal to New Jesey.
m.* Tar _came over from San-
S IM jI Wi and remained over Sun-
dWwit her ,ister, Mrs. J. Begg.
I Hr. Kabmm Battle moved hrm Fis-
S- r m tte a MKooay to one of the
nw near the big lumber mill.
A statement of the financial con-
A dtl- of the town of Titusvile was
howed in ye erday which will be
-ite i n deweek.
Mr. I. W. Doolittle has opened a
bu ees at Cooa in large of
h itsamMr. Chas.Doolittle, for the
k. ing mtof tresh water fsh.
A letter received from Mr. J. Lor-
fld, Jr., who isnow living in Jack-
anvilK stes that he expects to
s retoftpmvillesaometimein April.
Mr. W. M. Brown, of Miami, was
In town Iday in consultation with
bi attorina, Mr. Robbins. They
WMat to Jashmenaile on some import
agb ess Manday.
SMr. I. W. Ha te has moved his
SYbactk here from Jacknville
dthe areocupygthe P.J. Hall
cottage mtil the first of the month,
when Mr. C. B. Kingman will give
them possession of their own home.
Mr. W. K. Jackson, of Lakeland,
who is a candidate for railroad omn-
-lloner, was in town Wednesday
,a caled at TIH STAR office. Mr.
Jahn's mercantile experience of
ay yYaws has n doubt Manunmtly
Seted im to serve in the capacity of
SiroNad eneniimaonr. He has also
been a prominent Florida legislator
and understand the railroad comn-
mi.on law thoroughly. We believe
he would make an excellent member
VC these em tstin.
atod iloses Germanstown, Sxoy
Gas eamte and cAimeys, lamps
Art saas, carpets, raM attgs
"Ifye can't ld it, try"
s. A. ammE. o',Phone 34
Thrneday Half-Holiday
The merchant of Titusville have
geed to dose their places of busi-
-es Thursday afternoon each week
to take effect Mch. 19th and remain
in force until Oct. 1st, stores to re-
minm closed until 7 p. m. when dry
goods and clothing stores can open

Any one selling goodsduring dosed
losrs to pay a fine of $25.00.
Above agreed to by the following
W. E. GosxsrrI,
E. L. BRADY & Buo.,
J. R. WAER f& Co.,
G. H. HEATH & Co.,
Juuus Kuns.

Goeto V"aust, the pbotog.piaer, on
Jual street, for artstic ubotos. All
week frst clM and prea.ptly attended
Sah Cray, astel, water colorand

Nswry Stock for Sale
SCitrs stock grown high pine
Sml. Indian iverNurseries, estab-
Sibed 18M. Send for catalue.
Slaedeo md Wet Palm Beach,
A cool drink at a cool place at

Our line of smmser clothing, made
by the celebrAted Schloss Broa., in
suits $8.00 to $5.00. To see themis
to wantthea. We are headquarters
for Wilspo Broa. fine dmfre
cot style with and without sat-
taed, soft rts with and without
collars, pries 50 cents to $1.50.
The swellest line of fine hosiery
evwr shown. We have the largest
and besa masorme--t of Panama and
straw hats shown in the city.
Call in and let us fit you up for
Up- to- Date Clothing Hose
Titesvile, TorFdi .
Candidate Coming Out
In the announoent this week
will be found that of Capt. John
Houston for representative. Capt.
Houston was in town Monday and
save Tme STAA office a pleasant call.
He has been idWntified with the Dem-
ocratic party in this county almost
ince its organization and served for
many years as county conqmimmoner.
He says he will publish no platform,
his aim being to represent the will of
the people if elected. Capt. Houston
makes the first annonnr- t from
the south end of the county and this
will be strong *-rgWumt with the
Extraordinary Services
On Sunday next, March 15, at 10:30
a. m., the Rev. P. J. Bresnahan,
apostolic .i.okanbaj of Florida, will
open a series of services at the Cath-
olic church here. There will also be
services in the afternoon at 3:80 and
every evening at 7:30 until the fol-
lowing Sunday. The sermons and
lectures to be delivered will be for
the benefit, not only of the Catholics
in itusville, but of everybody who
wishes toattend. Such an o
ity as this does not come this way
very often.
Father-Breashan is well known all
over the state and the majority of his
friends and supportersare non-Cath-
olics. In his lectures be undertakes
to explain fullyuech interesting ques-
tions: Why Catholic priests never
marry. Cnf m inthe atholi
church. Purgatory, and prayers for
the dead and the infallibility of the
pope. At the door of the church the
audience will find a little box into
which they are invited to put any
questions they would like to ask on
religious subjects and then come and
hear them answered.
Let everyone come to these services
and bring Bibles and hymn books.
It doesn't make any difference what
church you claim members in,
come to the Catholic church building
next week and learn something from
one who has made religion his life
Fiae Monday Offerings of Men's

The man who wants to brighten
up his wardrobe can do it now at
very little cost. Stylish, splendidly
made A. B. Kiiachbaum suits and
overcoats in these reduced price
Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots,
black thibets and unfinished worsteds
from.$10A to $16..
A very unusual gathering of men's
white shirts at $1.50 and colored
shirts at $1M1
Neglige coat style with cuffs at-
tached, made of finest quality of
cambric, madras and fancy cheviots
ever used in shirts at this price, var-
ious sleeve lengths, $1.- each.
Another lot at U cents each,worth
75 cents and $1.00.
Men's shoes and oxfords, smart
and dressy, patent leather, vici, gun
metaland Russia leather, in black
and tan, Hanan, M. A. Packard and
W. L. Douglass makes, prices $2.5
toS 6.-
Juuus KUNE,.
Tiusville 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 5 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. Garwms,
Shiloh, Fla.
A cool drink at a cool place at



hPC" ftlPanrgrapeamt sh tWat
Trul Im eWt thrM
Full line of single cots just arrived
in bMe aerge and mohair, single and
double breasted, .00 and $7.50 at
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Spell expect to
move into the Walker cottage, on
Main street, assoon as the same is
ready for oeapancy.
Mrs. Fred B. Scobie and Baby Eliz-
abeth went down to Sharpes Satur-
day on a visit to parents and grand-
parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Holmes.
Mrs. W. T. Mathers returned Tues-
day from Benton, Fla., where she
has been on a visit to her father, Mr.
D. N.-Cone. She was accompanied
by Miss May Selden, of Norfolk, Va.,
who will visit Mrs. Mathers for a
eek or two.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Otis, who have
been on a tour of the east coast, af-
ter stopping over here for a couple
weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. L A.
Brady, left last Friday afternoon for
their home in Boston, stopping over
a few days at Daytona and other
places en route.
Free tuition, free room rent and a
reduction in the regular rate of
boarding will be given to Florida
teachers and prospective teachers
while taking the Review Course in
the normal department of Stetson
University, at DeLand, during the
spring term beginning March 25th
and continuing for a period of nine
An m -1 _. _ -A a -

Special Sale at Kine's LOCAL GOSSIP
MONDAY, MARCH. 9, 190.
Ladies' white "nerdetofso
an excellent quafltofcwith
wide flounce of worth Ibs They CrAn m e
Also another lot with hem stitch- re sipmet of misses' ad boys'
ing and tucks, special 99 cents. oxfords just arrived. To see -thm
Ladies' black umbrellas, made of a nm to buy them. In tan, gun metal,
good quality of gloria silk, new and vic, canvas and patent. AtBranin's.
p-to9.tehandlesworth $2.00, spe- Mr. Will Messenger, of Sanford,
White lawn 40 inches wide, worth arrived here the first of this week
25 cents, Monday only 15 cents per and has taken a position with the
yard. Advocate.
Ladies' ready made top skirts, in A o
blue, brown and black voiles, also Miss Splu1.'1, a charming young
chiffon *nn* handsomely trimmed lady of Newport, Ky., arrived Mon-
prices $5.0 to $14AL day afternoon for a visit with her
Embroideries and laces, entirely friend, Mrs. C. B. Kingmn,
new patterns, prices I assure you are
more than right Mrs. W. E. Salt, after a visit of
White M-raeln-i;a bed spreads, ex- about six weeks with her friend Mrs.
tra large size, Monda' special C. B. Kinigmv, left last Friday af-
$L49 each.
White madras, in endless variety ternoo for her home in Cincinnati,
of designs, Monday's special 25 cents stopping off in Jacksonville and at
per yard. other points on the way.
Shirt waist linen, 36 inches wide,
worth 69 cents, Monday only 39 cents Hon. Park M. Trammell, of Lake-
per yard. land, -ndidete for attorney general
Dres linen, 90 inches wide, worth of Florida, is here for a few days in
$1.50, Monday only S a per yar chancery case before Judge Jones,
Linens, in natural color, pink, bluee*
and navy, Monday's special 29 cents and is interesting the people at the
per yard. same time as to his undid-'y for this
Dotted swiss, very stylish for sum- important office.
mer dresses this season, prices rang-
ing from 15 to 35 cents peryard. The racing motor boat Secret, of
Checked nainsooks, especially good Daytona, owned by Corn. Allen, was
for shirt waists and shirt waistsuits, here for a short while Wednpi
prices from 3 to 50 cents per yard. about noon on her way to the Palm
Ladies' pattern hats, no doubt we way
have the nicest selection we have ev- Beach races, which commence next
er had, prices ranging from $5. to Monday. Mr. Geo. Gingras starts
$15.0 tomorrow with his fine racer frogn
Ladies' belts, in endless varietyof Rocledge to Palm Beach. Sheisthe
styles, prices from 39 cents to $1. .
Ladies' summer undervests, with fastest boat he has built, which is
tape in neck and armholes, good val.- a sigge d
ue, 12% cents.
Mail orders promptly filled on any Stinaon in the Lead

As a w Aon O01f wat the ol the auove goo Of the six entries and starters in
pethfinding automobile accomplwshd JULmUS mKw, Titusville. the Jaconville-Mianmi auto race,
by its trip from Jacksonville .to Mi-
bami Mr. Geo. Jk Sebrill, of Mi.- Mrs. Wetmore's Musicale two are fighting for the finish today
tona, is in receipt of a letter from The musicalegiven by Mrs. M.L. St Cadillac and Wheeler's
Mr. Arthur B. Brown, editor of the Wetmore at her residence last Fri- The Peerless__....
Fort Pierce News, stating that two day afternoon, as advertised in THE ville Tuesday about 3:3 the Cadillact
gentLnmen have removed about 100 SrAR, was well attended and greatly about "3 a a the
stumps which were in the road be- enjoyed by all present. The small about and arkved Rc d
tween Fort Pierce and Vero, a sta- admission fee of 25 cents was charged m n from
tion fifteen miles north. The editor and the piococds amounting to $9.50 w t run f -
of THE STAR would like to write a will be applied towards renewing the ledge to Fort Pierce was mae by
.St. Gabrieischureh these two cars in practically the same
similar note to Mr. Sebringin regard screens in St. Gabriels church. time, abe out seven hours The Cadil-
to the stumpsin the road between The following prg .ane wasren- la, ran from Ormond t Titusville in
Oak Hill and Mims, but he can't do dered: larie hu fromro diusile t in
it as the stumps are still there.Piano trio- Magic Flte, Mortiveour, ockledge to Eau
Misses Mabel Reynolds, Fannie B ge Gallie in 1-27; to Melbourne :13; Se-
ve i --- and Grace Rathbun. bstian river IM3; Quay 1:25; Fort
Progressive Culture Club Song-Not For Me,Miss Fannie Budgebstian river 1 3, 5; Q w uay 1:25; Fort
The ladies of the Progressive Cal- Cornet solo-Remembrance of Home, Pierce 223, winning the prize offered
ture ub were delightfully enter- Mrs. Go. W. Scobie, Jr. for the best running time from Jack-
taed pb president l Mi -Selected, Mr s. Brady sonville to Fort Pierce.
mar Brady, at her home Tuesday af- nis Pobotn
ternoon. Piano solo, Mrs. W. M. Prindle. Church Notes
All in attendance were asked by Recitation, Mrs. S. B. Rathbun. Services at the Methodist church
the hostess to come representing in Smg-Oh, Dry Those Tears! Mrs. C. in Titusville will continue until Sun-
some manner the title of a book J. Denham.
which te ofPiano solo-Mrs. P. J.Robottom. day night and right on during ne
wc.wa gueed rom the Characterrecitation-Mrs. Wetmore's week if the Lord leads. There wil
rereesentaon. Guild Entertainment, Mrs. Harry Wil- also be service at the Methodist
Mrs. L. A. Brady was the lucky son. church in Cocoa Sunday a. m. at 11
prize winner, she having guessed ---. -- o'clock and 7:30 p. m
fourteen out of a total of seventeen, Yacht Club Members, Attention! Dean ooom will official on
Miss Spillman comingiJext with thir- The members of the Indian River Sunday morning, March 15, in Eau
teen correct guesses. The pnze was Yacht club are requested to meet at+ Gallie at 10:30, and in Melbourne at
a beautifully bound volume of 'Twixt the office of THE FLORIDA STAR this 7:30 p. m.
God and Mammon, by William d- Friday evening March 13th, at 8 The W.H.Cresson will con-
Music was furnished by Mrs. C. J I o'clock. Business of importance de- duct services in St. Gabriels church.
Denham, Mrs. W. M. Prindle and mans atention. A full attenanceTitusille,on Sunday, March 15, at
Mrs. J. C. Spell, all of which was Prequested JOHN R. WA ER, 7:30 p. m.
much enjoyed, and Mrs. Rathbun ____ resident. Lenten services in St. Gabriels
gave one of her always-to-be-appre- F Sale -, Ch -church, Titusville, every Thursday at
ciated recitations. or ale 7:30 p. m. and every Friday at 10:30
Delicious refreshments were served Set of six Edison batteries for sale a. m.
at a very low price. Inquire of F. N. Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at La-
Wood For Sale Hitchcock, Titusvlle. Grange on Sunday next at 11 a. m.
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- Soda fountain and ging tfit There will be no preaching in the
ad harrowing.See or address J nd warmer. ApplytoBo Baptist church in Titusville Sunday
Jan.on, Titusville, F la. Tituaville. night.
For Sale Forty dollars will buy a large second For Sa Cheap For Cash
Two fine los, a an hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will For Se Cheap For Cash
Two i neots, orner oandGr-a burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be About 88 acres of good high land on
Ss50T l n J.o" H l .. picked up m orange groves. Just the the eastor ocean sideof the Indian river
street over 150 feet. Joh HENRY. thing for irrigation. Apply or address at the Narrows, described as follows:
Fine Place For Sale STAR office. Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. 3, sec-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
Fine orange grove property at City Wanted east. This land is unimproved but fine-
Point, onJia river. ty acres of One hundred laying hens, small sized lv located. For further particulars ad-
land, 2.0 tee, ang b igtan- broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and res E. M. Low,
we= h at we game, at mhurst hotel, Titusville. Brocktonu Mass.
mill and Excellent ba..serv- The Alpine Hotel Draying
ant's house, etc. A beautiful ideal TitusvieF F an
pot for a winter ome and with T proper tusville, Fla., F. A. L ey, man- Drayingorhaulingofallkinds prompt-
management could be made topay large. : On the European plan-furn- ly attended to. Meet all trains.
returns. Apply to W. B. Hentz, City isd rooms and quick lunch. Cen- H. E. HOLTON,
Point, Fla. trally located. Titusville, Fla.



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Thofas A. Edison mug oa
zooms" ItM
If you safer fhem backabche,
These Is .me way to care it.
d a et a s MrsThel pers way i s to carethe kdeys.
~resh~g Carewr of a Great Genius-is Rea rk ;Is ayI auehekdy
i A bad back meows sick kidae~fs.
MI Electrical Science-The Xegk-ct it. wrinary totubles follow.
t oa's Kitmey Pills are made for kidneys
ma at wess nange., ny o.&
8. B. Lmo, iigsp--ker, living at 111
*Ashley Sreet, Tampa. Fla., may: "I seed-.
WALToM. WsIUAI U 11 6It pelsible fort* PO man to Ow Da's Kidaey PI and they caed se of
HU Inva-.lom at 2,,m. A. & -ad ",ar, san a.tlobe ter I.I.Im b**ksl,.e ad. diseede of the kidaqy& Two atmlm=
see am at such awhandve amppl 4w Wlemme. or three times on count of the pain in my now
-atom that the a 0e i T m eb5t Utrahkl stam nt 1 back I w unawasble to go to work for several
whuevew eIvfllMe ma &Welfs et Wso's peis, but as CC lif days. The secreows of the kidneys were in
me 11 e ever a ved whim. lnvne metho th sn t te b-. a very bad coudime, dark in color and if &l.
a enhis coferm b sueh vat beenet Wp counts ot the Invention at the 1mesn' lowed to stead would become of the consist-
-M the fai. Makes bas sa"d w descent e&mp. eseq ofjelly. I tried various remedies taki
'" s twiehte a" beand r. The .. Sa* itm the great-st. what senied lke --l-s of medicie.. s $ 00 b a=7."
Vft among his big hMt at Iynal- touble and In his search for saita" &Am putalsters, but nthng helped mne at&Ma330
fl ime sseees maturajly to m!"i the is- material be smet h1e"de advi of eata fied of ni- e and usis ac-
canp-gnt electric Ulht. MdIsnE h- to United 1States cosuIs inn all parts ot intdirest s they cared me in a ery
i ai" perfected the electric ght. the*worw'rd, requmesting ]mpR o" f a- a
MThis Mew Ilhuma t now turas ight bos, reIs sad other vegsabie Mbes For Sle by all dealers. Price as cents.
S miet lte day thr&aghot the In- and he followed this up by dispatel- Fe"=-Mlbarm Ce., Iaflo, New York, sole
he world. 1m qpecll exploers to eath wl am te theU edeet _aVtake so8 Rmmber the-
But the Niess talking iuesieems and uneivflesd ensntrias where, as
0e he a greatMer marveL Frty years Vrak MeOwaszn, me o t the epliNers, vent had created much merriment, and
_P _any person bold em101 to Predlct sald, -a United States consul was use- the operators gWed him lOd enough
"lt the human I volce COEN be r"ecod- ally eaten before he'd had time to open for him to be"r them. He didn't car
4o looed up and turned off at wiU much malL" Between X,000 and 4,000 thoMgL Several boom later a New
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amnl d again would have Ibee ad- samples wer ollected from thi sys.- York sender noted for bbswittn FAI
k UmWs The mes A. Rdms's In- tematic search, and Ot all these only called the okve, and there was no one LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRBCTED TO FEBRIARY 5, 1IU
o w, -aSU as the pIReograph sad two or three were found to be of any to take him.
mdAr varioe other name1, does p1- use. But they were suleadeut and "'Well. let that new fellow try him, me. 90. 3 ey. 2o STATION D yDallN y, y
deely tht. It does more. It stoMs smlted in the ineandescent lamp. anyway.' said the s2qplne-m4ent. DfI DaIft I D.ily IAIN .. Ar m il
up a55p1e music as wello as Simple 0 am 1m & Lv.........Jac ue.......Ar pm p.. a
m ad s .s t a A Telewaphis Feat Young Edison sat down and for four 910 pm L- am. ami AT.........t. X......... m 6 i am
a a g. so tat they c hours and a half wrote out 015 pm 1 Waam 93 am raie.......Lv .13. pm .. 4S.l am
py 1 ede out of a tnlay bte through a An incident of 'Mr. dlo's earl a- n a clear, road hand, stck a date 2m pm ii i' m v ..o Lv S. Apr a
min an clear toun milion sthok a 1214 an 'M penv 116 307i pa 4 m 1v
'mm and oJotve Joy to fn who are eer, In which he displayed his re and number an them and threw them 1214 a 1 4 pm 1117 a v ......................... v s 0 pm 4 pm am
met rich enough to attend the opera or markab e guilty as a telegraph op- the oor for the o e boy to I 5 am ...... t ........ pm
t have costly musseal Istrument rator, described by a friend. am pm 2e0 -m t ............. Rockledge ............ 1227 pm 137 pm 146 am
their boeees. "I don't think, ai he to a group 2..........36m ..v ............ Gallie............L 11 am.............
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1Daily except 4f~ln.1y___
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"-. was done. gathered around to witness TLA
to Leas ASTr PAS ATTA Agi v Le PALATKA I '-ai
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ever ::in:.- me- :i: ;n:v fai-test and the 2 00pm 1010am 600pm 800am Lv... Jack-onville. Ar 7Z am a,.. .'
only I : one ih, ,-*,.,l **vtr sit at the 240pm 10%0am 640pm 840am Lv .l.ablo iJn'h.....I.v .6. tiu I p li t
S-tn 246 pm 10.56 a:m 646 pm 846am I.-_.. Atlantlelt-ach.Jl.v s It a., ..
*other.enl 1 e fr mo- tan I.o m I11oam 74 pm 900oam Ar........ Maaort .. a sa r 0
two hours and :a half. Iln proud to No.3 No.1 o tyrnc .2 No.4 N. II Sanford Branch N
know you."" Daily Dally fly Daily aily I
'315pm 930am Lv.NewSmyrnaAr. 100 pm 63-0pm 6:.a sm l.Titu: at ar
H 400pm 1100am :Lv. Lake Helen Lv.'1211 pm 501 pm 9.0 am Ar..-.,ntt,:,l L. ..:n
During lunch some years ago the 4 11 pm 1120 am Lv. Orange City Lv.'1205 pm 4 4o pm ........................
4.15pm 11so3am Ar. Orange City Jc. 1200 m'n 4 3" pm .............
,,:gret electrician Ibe'ame chatty and
gret eect~cin u~cznechaty nd CoeetesmadeaSt Miami, with steamship. of the P. and U. 5. it. 4oampany. for
told In his alunint way the story of xassat
his first ac,.uanintce with any large o-.mees--s made at --,-hts Key Deck r.. Ky we., sad wava--. -r.-a-t %hl.
-,-sum of money. TIME TABLES showdtetlancet which trains na-y be .-zpe-e'.-I to mr-
Ireve and depart from the several station..: but their arrival or. -pj.arturc at tlila
": It w n the dty. whenl he a- stated metguaranteeAd, r does the Company held it.'elf rest s.a.ilme foranry delay
str, -ling ilmig th uis e:rraer Itt- or any emuae egac arisinftearefrom._
vent ins :tuid didn't have lui c-tpitall-ts For Ctpy of tb* Local Time (ard or Other Imfa3r .I i.js
;i.n vo lva,-k hl-'u;.Int fi,.t. If. ahln' hi:ty J.D RAiNER. Assistant General Pass. Agt.. ST. AULJ)STINE. I:L.JRIDA
+ ~knew halut otto was. Itutnk t-h~c-k.
were rhih ,g h,. ha:tI ::evv r hlia It.-,:,sh;i
to use :lia[ .:i-w littg. .f thl :r -, ,.,
\ L "t. ','i i: 'I !~ ,aid his l,:tt t n:it
-. the +"; :. '" i::-"-;I" 'r to the
1iVes:, ran 1'1:i.n -,ur:rph ',:np:any fr O th e rs !
h4.a 0 ;ne t vin 4) , ,"e" foro i.a<
'. at! ;t, l~u';l hears Look ou', for you* Childhen's
'Mil ..d ~ '. ~i~:~. H alh b~lethy are young.

whto w'hi t!1ece a :1 ti..a rv quik
S" So1 i ie a,'*" i. h'@s I'id tl:hat 1W .1ll
street vwas :1 very di10i .: s p!:0i-t- :W'.
TII.HOMAS A. 1-.10 L N. that if lie "er had I*,t-.iiP-.In to g there :
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Smo-etmeiln" ,, :. t I : .. . .J.-"""."" It Does the Business
mathia.. w'.Ir., Doe.s.h :e :::sns's . Is a gr*'t r.ecn. for oh.ldfrn. It keeps their liver ".'v,
S- i. . ," ' Mr. E. E. <'h: l-rl:in.F. ,Chi:ni -rlin. of lintonii. _M:iii,-. In a ,:k!d :-.r:. i- an:.r, you will s? a hei lthy clr a ; r
that stars is to o..- o be .,-. . .. af Bu-kien' Arni-t, salve.. "It ,h..- ;.. on thir clic;.:s, and ilk' ..s for them will b a athiungf th- paL.
exactly and a b-:.y o-ver : .: ,, ".:. .. ...... ..". I.i : I have u-'d it for avail it 'uredol P sv
sI. a.nii. .il l l l '.w l 'thV ;-, n :'" ,:" '. h . ..-it- w itwu oat le-:,ving a s,-a r la-th d .". a
'hine'. ,, .,,:: ,..:,.: .'. .::;,.... Baner,. tDr g CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
l; In 1 t):r?:r-.i:!in ;,,e .:r. :.,ii:o.- :<;., :, '.. :.. :.. Mar-. Korch. 0f Scran:'.,' j-'.,l a FEVER. MALARIA, DVSPEP-
Invention..- re iiunuiertus. They I-.-u :,. .1 v .:.. a. It .. .. ,ew m ths al oa n i.r F O l.].ing l:ay. i- SIA.BlUOUSNESSAND ALL
the prii:itit:g lelterailh. thie quadlnirl i-. : t *: S r in : .: t ,ah L. UVER COMPLAINS.
teleg raph, the earl ,n telegraph tra s- he ,:.,:trying to starv-,:- .e c to, U,- ,
mitter and others. Ediso; a:Iso invent- Ily : tim r.,-.. ;.-: ;. Salt Rheum and Eczema Mr J Hopkin, Man-
ed the useful mimeograph and the a..,i. .,ra-:..;...':u. Better, Salt .heum and Eczema c hester, Kan.writ.: *i
handy megaphone. IHe d;.i'it ,-::re :. wa. I.Ai-a.i trat ;,rs :trlnd dtill'er till- a*istjiea':tlyvaluahl. It tiuiiklyally. years, knowofno better for
I- eupedCt ithi and martia.z anl m"t tri hil1sand fever, heaidacli ',
Pum e concrete HOuse. e41 loy a s.i,,p.s-iy. hro, d lariitlniei hat 4,-re. Priai.-I25 r ents. Fk ,r -.h.4 ly Titiisvil',- l biliousness,etc. M ythihl-
Among'the latest of the great wiz- v... ..-i .. f.-:i it. B, >s, l the Plharmac.y and all dealers,. e ar ss e y whl
ard's .works is the pumped concrete 1 -.. t f ",-:.:her. .:..d ,n a raw day : -- It always."
house. The claim made for this lprto-* ...:.:A ;.. ; ikia. v. t duster n and wet i
ess of houre building Is that in half a :;. :.. ti-s %titie to his legs was KRobbins & Grah&IJI 1o \ PRICE 50c.
day a three story dwelling may be con- o:ethli: ti i..l ke a smile. lie
structed by pumplhg concretee into) walked iito the muperintendent*s room (Inceorporated Ha
molds at a ' Ingunan may own his home. Thus Edi- [Ilere I am.' n o 00-S08 North ScEama St.,
.SMon rDpr(,'1e number **The superintendent eyed hii from This company owns lands in the T
from the same mold-just as be repro-' bead to f0oo: and said: Indian river country, on the St *
r'-es the human voice and other "** Wh*h are you. Lucie river, at New river and on
sv'otids. and the movements of men and "* Tow Edison.' Biscayne bay
-l things. "'Who's Tom Edison? DDICE T IT TO TIMH
Still another of the later achieve- "The young operator explained that PRICES SUIT Sold and Recommen
menis of the wizard is an electric stor- he had been ordered to report for duty. Send for land list m ended ty
age Ittterv which. It Is ctnimed, will and the superintendent told him to sit OFIrCESAT '... "I'it m'erU1Jlle R3Fl.'wwn j.

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,; S SEERjc' by the line celebrated of summer Schloss clothing Bros., made, in AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains in Every Department PERSONALS

.. suits $8.00 to $25.00. To see them ito MONDAY, MARCH. 9, 1908.

.Tangent lotes Pertaining. to Events want Wilson them.Bros.We fine are shirts headquartersfor neglige, Paragraphs About People that an Ladies'excellent white quality underskirts of cambric, made with of Something About the People of Titus- ;

.J: Abont Town coat style, with and without cuffs at- wide flounce of embroidery worth Tille t
Transpiring tached, soft shirts with and without Travel Here and There as They Come and Go
$1.75, special Monday only $1.25.
Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville. I collars, prices 50 cents to $1.50. Full line of single coats just arrivedin Also another lot with hem stitching Large shipment of misses' and boys' 4

f/;' Horse and buggy and harness for sale The swellest line of fine hosiery blue serge and mohair, single and and tucks, special 99 cents. oxfords just arrived. To see them .

w.- "b at barg-iin. Inquire at THE STAR of- ever and best shown.assortment We have of Panama the largest and. double breasted, $5.00 and $7.50 at Ladies' black umbrellas, made of a means to buy them. In tan, gun metal

--='- fice. straw hats shown in the city. Branning's.Dr. good quality of gloria silk, new and ,ici, canvas and patent. At Branning's.Mr. .

_x: The Novelty' Store keeps books, stationery Call in and let us fit you up for and Mrs. J. C. Spell expect to up-to-date$1.49. handles,worth$2.00,special Will Messenger, of Sanford,
> novelties, post cards, jewelry, summer. move into the Walker cottage, on White lawn 40 inches wide worth arrived here the first of this week. <<

candy- and toys, 5-cent and 10-cent iWINSTON S. BRANNING Main street as soon as the same is i 25 cents, Monday only 15 cents per I and has taken a position with the .' .

counters. I. M. Dodson. Up-to-Date Clothing: House ready for occupancy. I yard. Advocate.

Mr. Eugene Berge, of New Smyrna Titusville, 'Flo da. Mrs. Fred B. Scobie and Baby Eliz- blue Ladies', brown ready and made black top voiles skirts also, in :Miss Spillman, a charming young I

has returned to New Jersey. abeth went down to Sharpes Satur- chiffon panamas handsomely trimmed lady of Newport, Ky., arrived Monday : So

Mrs. Tolar came over from Sanford Candidates Coming Out day on a visit to parents and grandparents prices $5.00 to $14.00.Embroideries afternoon for a visit with her

, : Friday and remained over Sun- In the announcements this week Dr. and Mrs.G. W. Holmes. and laces, entirelynew friend, Mrs. C. B.Kingman. .

with her sister Mrs. J. Begg. will be found that of John patterns, prices I assure you are t
day Capt. Mrs. W. T Mathers returned Tuesday more than right. Mrs. W. E. Salt, after a visit ofabout (

Mr. Rabun Battle moved from Fischer Houston for representative. Capt. from Benton, Fla., where she White Marsellaise bed spreads, extra six weeks with her friend Mrs. r

.. cottage :Monday to one of thecottages Houston was in town Monday and has been on a visit to her father, Mr. large size, Monday's special C. B. Kingman, left last Friday afternoon t f,

near the big lumber mill. gave THE STAR office a pleasant call. D. N.Cone. She was accompaniedby $1.49 each. for her home in Cincinnati I
White madras, in endless varietyof ,,
He has been identified with the
financial Dem- Miss May Selden,of Norfolk, Va.,
A statement of the con- designs, Monday's special 25 cents stopping off in Jacksonville and at

dition of the town of Titusville was ocratic party in this county almost vyho,will visit Mrs. Mathers fora per yard. other points on the way. i

handed in yesterday which will be since its organization and served for week or,two. Shirtwaist linen, 36 inches wide, 1..
many years as county commissioner.He worth 69 cents, Monday only 39 cents Hon. Park M. Trammell, of Lakeland -
published next week. Mr. and Mrs. A. W.Otis who have
he will publish no platform, per yard. candidate for attorney general
Mr. L. W. Doolittle has opened a his aim says being to represent the will of been on a tour of the east coast, af- Dress linen, 90 inches wide worth of Florida, is here for a few days ina .
of ter stopping here for couple $1.50 Monday only $1.00 yard.
fish business at Cocoa in charge over a per chancery before
the people if elected. Capt. Houston Linens, in natural color, pink,blue case Judge Jones, .I
his son, Mr. Chas. Doolittle, for the weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs.L. A. and is
interesting the people at the
makes the first announcement from and navy, Monday's special 29 cents
""' of fresh water fish. Brady, left last Friday afternoon for
handling yard. same time as to his candidacy for this
the south end of the county and this per
:; A letter received from Mr.J. Lorillard will be strong argument with the their home in Boston stopping overa Dotted swiss, very stylish for sum- important office. x i

Jr., who isnow)living in Jack- few days at Daytona and other mer dresses this season, prices ranging -
I. sonville, states that he expects to people. places en route. from 15 to 35 cents per yard. The racing motor boat Secret, of : 1
Checked nainsooks especially good Daytona owned
by Com. Allen
; move Titusville some time in April. Extraordinary ServicesOn Free tuition, free room rent and a 1 for. shirt waists and shirt waist suits, here for a short while Wednesday, was :;..f

Sunday next March 15 at 10:30a. reduction in the regular rate of from 20 to 50 cents yard.
prices per
of Miami "
Ip Mr. W. M. Brown, was about noon on her way to the Palm 1 4
m., the Rev. P. J. Bresnahan, boarding will be given to Florida Ladies' pattern hats no doubt we
ftj: in town Sunday in consultation withI apostolic missionary of Florida will teachers and prospective teachers have the nicest selection we have ever Beach races, which commence next

his attorney, Mr. Robbins. They open a series of services at the Cath- while taking the Review Course in had, prices ranging from $5.00 to Monday. Mr. Geo. Gingras starts

: S went to Jacksonville some import- olic church here. There will also be $15.00. tomorrow with his fine racer from t
I ant business Monday. services in the afternoon at 3:30 and the normal department of Stetson Ladies' belts, in endless variety of Rockledge to Palm Beach. She is the
.- every evening at 7:30 until the following University, at DeLand, during the styles, prices from 39 cents to $1.25.
Mr. L. W. Haile has moved his ; Sunday. The sermons and !spring term beginning March 25th Ladies' summer undervests, with fastest boat he has built, which is 0.1 '

family back here from Jacksonville lectures to be delivered will be for !and continuing for a period of nine tape in neck and armholes, good value saying a great:deal -f7

: and they are occupying the P.J. Hall the benefit, not only of the Catholicsin weeks. 122 cents.
Titusville, but of everybody who Mail orders promptly filled on any Stinson in the Lead
cottage until the first of the month, wishes to attend. Such an opportunity As a demonstration of what the of the above goods.
when Mr. C. B. Kingman will give 'I.' as this does not come this way pathfinding automobile accomplishedby JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Of the six entries and starters in ;

them possession of their own home. very often. the Jacksonville-Miami i auto race,
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FatherBresnahan is well known all Mrs. Wetmore's MusicaleThe two are fighting for the finish today
Mr. W. K. Jackson, of Lakeland, over the state and the majority of his Mr. Geo. E. Sebring of Day- -the Stinson Cadillac and Wheeler's

who is a candidate for railroad com- friends and supporters are non-Cath- tona, is in receipt of a letter from musicale given by Mrs. :M. L. Peerless '

missioner, was in town Wednesday olics. In his lectures he undertakesto Mr. Arthur B. Brown, editor of the 1 Wetmore at her residence last Friday The Peerless car.

and called at THE STAR office. Mr. I explain fully such interesting ques- Fort Pierce News, stating that two afternoon, as advertised in THE passed through Titus g

Jackson's mercantile experience oft 1 tions: Why Catholic priests never gentlemen have removed about 100 STAR, was well attended'and greatly ville Tuesday about 3:30, the Cadillac III
marry. Confession in the Catholic about 7:30 and arrived at Rockledge
; many years has no doubt eminently church. Purgatory, and prayers for stumps which were in the road be- enjoyed by all present. The small about dark. 0
fitted him to serve in the capacity of the dead and the infallibility of the tween Fort Pierce and Vero, a sta- admission fee of 25 cents was chargedand 41 : -
Wednesday the from Rock-
d railroad commissioner. He has also pope. At the door of the church the tion fifteen miles north. The editorof the proceeds amounting to $9.50 run f

been a prominent Florida legislator audience will find a little box into THE STAR would like to write a will be applied towards renewing the ledge to Fort Pierce was made by ".1
which invited these two in the I
they are to put any cars practically same
: and understands the railroad com- similar note to Mr. Sebring regardto screens in St. Gabriels church. 1
would like
questions they to ask on time, about seven hours. The Cadil- ;
mission,law thoroughly. We believe religious subjects and then come and the stumps in the road between The following programme was rendered lac ran from Ormond to Titusville in

he would make an excellent member hear them answered.Let Oak Hill and Mims, but he can't do i :

1 of the commission. everyone come to these services it as the stumps are still there. Piano trio Magic Flute Mozart: five hours, from Rockledge to Eau
: and bring Bibles and hymn books.It I Misses Mabel Reynolds, Fannie Budge Gallic in 1:27; to Mejbourne :13; Sebastian JI

doesn't make any difference what and Grace Rathbun. river 1:35 Quay 1:25 Fort .M.
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FURNITURE DRY GOODS, SHOES Progressive Culture Club I
: Song-Not For MeMiss Fannie Budge
church you claim membership in,
Pierce 2:23,winning the prize offered
Shetland floss, Germantown Saxony come to the Catholic church building The ladies of the Progressive Culture Comet solo-Remembrance of Home,
3 Mrs. Geo. W. Scobie, Jr.RecitationSelected for the best running time from Jacksonville
} Gas mantle and chimneys, lamps next week and learn something from club were delightfully entertained -
ii, Art squares, carpets, rugs: mattings the Mrs. Ad. Brady to Fort Pierce.
one who has made religion his life by president, Mrs. Adhe-
New line back combs, inlaid, plain Song-Sing Me to Sleep, Master In- M
+, Transparent post card envelopes study. mar Brady, at her home Tuesday af-] nis Robottom.
ternoon.All Piano solo Mrs. W. M. Prindle. Church Notes
f'.l: "If you can't find it, try" V
CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 Fine Monday Offerings of Men's in attendance were asked by Recitation, Mrs. S. B. Rathbun. Services at the Methodist church
ClothingThe the hostess to come representing i in Song-Oh, Dry Those Tears! Mrs. C. in Titusville will continue until Sun-
J. Denham.
"-'S : Thursday HalfHolidayThe man who wants to brightenup some which manner be the title of a book Piano solo-Mrs. P. J. Robottom. day night and right on during next !
his wardrobe can do it now at was guessed the Character recitation-Mrs.Wetmore'sGuild week. if the Lord leads. There will '
merchants of Titusville have very little cost. Stylish, splendidly representation.Mrs. Entertainment, Mrs. Harry Wil-; also be service at the Methodist
agreed to close their places of busi- L. A. Brady was the lucky :
church in Cocoa
made A. B. Kirschbaum suits and son. Sunday a. m. at 11 t
ness Thursday afternoon each weekto overcoats in these reduced price prize winner, she having guessed I o'clock and 7:30 p. m. I
take effect Mch. 19th and remainin fourteen out of a total of seventeen, I Yacht Club Members, Attention!
force until Oct. 1st, stores to remain groups: Miss Spillman with thirteen i I'I Dean Robottom will officiate on 3
Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots, The members of the Indian River Sunday morning March 15, in Eau
when i
until 7 correct
closed dry prize
". p.m. black thibets and unfinished worsteds guesses. wasa Yacht club are requested to meet at j! Gallie at 10:30, and in Melbourne at
goods and clothing stores can open from,$10.00 to $16.50. beautifully bound volume of Twixt: the office of THE FLORIDA STAR this i j 7:30: p.m. I
up to accommodate the visiting people A unusual theringofmen'swhite God and Mammon, by William Edwards -:I Friday evening, March 13th, at 8
very i
stores to remain closed Tirebuck. I I The Rev. W. H. Cresson will con- .
grocery shirts at $1.50 and colored o'clock. Business of demands
importance -I i
until Friday morning. Music was furnished by Mrs. C. J. duct services in St. Gabriels church ,
shirts at $1.00.Neglige attention. A full attendance
Denham Mrs. W. M. Prindle I Titusville, on Sunday, March 15, at
Any one selling goods during closed and 'I .
coat style with cuffs at- requested. JOHN R. WALKER
hours to pay a fine of $25.00. tached, made of finest quality of Mrs. J. C. Spell, all of which was President., !,i 7:30 p. m.Lenten.

Above agreed to by the following cambric, madras and fancy cheviots much enjoyed, and Mrs. Rathbun i i services in St. Gabriels
merchants: gave one of her alway -to-be-appre- : church, Titusville,every Thursday at
ever used in shirts at this price, var- For Sale CheapSet
S. BRANNING ciated recitations. : 7.30 and ID 30
WINSTON ious sleeve lengths, $1.00 each. p. m. every Friday at :
W. E. GOLDSMITH, Delicious refreshments were served of six Edison batteries for sale a. m.
Another lot at 50 cents each worth
E. L. BRADY & BRO., at very: low price. Inquire of F. N.
S 75 cents and $1.00. i Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at LaGrange -
J. R. WALKER & Co., Men's shoes and oxfords, smart Wood For Sale I Hitchcock, Titusville. on Sunday next at 11 a. m.
Soda fountain and outfit also
G. H. HEATH & Co., and dressy, patent leather, vici, gun Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- for same charging bne Acme There will be no preaching in the
syrups ; peanut
G. F. DUREN, metal and Russia leather, in black ing and harrowing. See or address J. 'roaster and warmer. Apply to Box 103, Baptist church in TitusvilLe Sunday F
JULIUS KLINE.Photograph W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
and tan, Hanan, M. A. Packard and |Titusville. night.
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W. L. Douglass makes, prices $2.50 For Sale i\ Forty dollars will buy a large secondhand
For Sale For Cash
Gallery Cheap
: to $6.00. Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will
Go to Fanst, the photographer, ont JULIUS KLINE. Two fine lots corner of Palm and Gar-I 1 burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be About 88 acres of good high land on
den streets, Titusville. Front Palm
Julia street, for artistic photos. All Titusville Fla. on I picked up in orange groves. Just the the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat
150 feet. J9HN HENRY.
work first class and promptly attended street over-- !1 thing for irrigation. Apply or address the Narrows, described as follows:

," to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and Orange and Grapefruit Trees Fine Place For Sale i STAR office. Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
36 in 31 south 39
oil paintings a specialty. tion township range 3
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Fine orange grove property at City Wanted east. This land is unimproved but finely -
Nursery Stock for Sale hickory hammock. Free from white Point, on Indian river. Sixty acres of J i One hundred laying hens small sized[ located. For further particulars ad-
fly. One year to two year old buds. land, 2,000 bearing trees, oranges tan- :, broilers, eggs, country produce fish and[ dress E. M. Low, 1
Citrus stock grown on high pine Prices from 25 to 33 cents. Carefully gerines and grape-fruit. Good dwelling game, at Palmhurst hotel, Titusville. Brockton :Mass.
house well with water wind '
: land. Indian River Nurseries, established supplied by ,
Send for packed and delivered at Oak Hill mill and tank. Excellent barn, serv- The Alpine Hotel !1
1886. catalogue.
i 'Ii. station. J. W. GRIFFIS, ant's house etc. A beautiful and ideal I Draying
J1.; Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
Shiloh, Fla. spot for a winter home and with proper, Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly -
management could be made to pay large I I ager. On the European plan-furnished attended to. Meet all trains.H. .
4 A cool drink at a cool place at A cool drink at a cool place at returns. Apply to W. B. Hentz, City rooms and quick lunch. Centrally E. HOLTON,

: MANDY'S. MANDY'S. Point, Fla. I( located. j j Titusville, Fla.

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Thomas A. Scores of Florida Learned Citizens It Have

.\. If you suffer from backache
iIt ',, ;. There w one way to cure it.

%: i Interesting Career of a Great Genius-His Remarkable ; The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.A .
had back means sick kidneys. Overflowing

Achievements In Electrical Science The Neglect it, urinary troubles follow. with style and cbm {

S < Doan'J Kidney Fills arc made for kidneys fort durable in the u .'
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S. B. Lemons, cigarmaker, living at 1311 please particular persons]

.' Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla., says "I USEd effe&a
By WALTON WILLIAMS. Ing it possible for the poor man to own oan's Kidney Pills and they cured me of who desire dressy ,

and operate an automobile for businessor backache and disorder of the kidneys. Twoor i at medium cost. See our ,

Edit' pleasure. three times on account of the pain in my -. : knew Spring Oxfords _

ws cation that they are In use The most striking Instance not only back I was unable to go to work for several ,;; They will surely A
wherever civilized man dwells. of Edison's persistence but also of 'his days. The secretions of the kidneys were ina please you. .-

No man ever lived whose Inventive systematic methods is seen In the accounts very bad condition, dark in color and if allowed -

'4 genius conferred such vast benefits upon of the invention of the Incandescent to stand would become of the consistency .

: the race. Edison has made the world lamp. of jelly. I tried various remedies taking
Ii and better. The filament gave him the greatest what seemed like gallons of medicine and I
? lighter, brighter Sold at $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 in all styles
but at
also pat on plasters, nothing helped me ,
f.j ; First among his long list of Inventions trouble and In his search for suitable 'all until I got Doan's Kidney Pills npon the

comes naturally to mind the incandescent material he sent hundreds of lettersto i advice of a friend of mine and using them according -
.? electric light Edison invented United States consuls In all parts of to directions they cured me in a very

z-,: and perfected the electric light the'world, requesting samples of bamboos short time." JULIUS KLINE

This new Illuminant now turns night reeds and other vegetable fibers, For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.

practically Into day throughout the inhabited and he followed this up by dispatchIng Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, New York sole.
for the United States. Remember thenameDean'sand
: world. special explorers to search wild
w take no other.
F ; : ,; :: But the Edison talking machine seems and uncivilized countries where ai -

r 1 to be 'a greater marveL Forty years Frank McGowan, one of the explorers. vent had created much merriment, and

; > ago any person bold enough to predict Bald, wa United States consul was usu- the operators guyed him loud enough

p that the human voice could be recorded ally eaten before he'd had time to open for him to hear them. He didn't care
.' 't stored up and turned off at will much mail." Between 3,000 and 4,000 though. Several hours later a New FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

again and again would have been adJudged samples were collected from this sys- York, sender noted for his swiftness

r e insane. Thomas A. Edison's Invention tematic search, and of all these only called the office and there was no one LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY 5, I90S
known as the phonograph and two or three were found to be of any to take him.
po under various other names does predsely sufficient and No 99'No. 33 No. STATIONS.No.. 78 No. 7oJ.No_ 9&
,; use. But they were re- "
Well, let that new fellow try him 291'
I 1 Daily Dally
t _' yo that It does more. It stores sulted in the incandescent lamp. i said the superintendentYoung Dally I Dally I Dally !
k music well as simples anyway 800 pm 1000 am 700 am Lv..Jacksonville..Ar 730 pml 7i.; + pmt: 530 am
up splendid as A Telegraphic Feat.An Edison sat down and for four 910pm ll00am 820am Ar.......... t.Augustine..I.y 620pm tl40J.m 17..mIOU
airs and songs so that they can be re 11M 828 Lv..Eastl'llltkL..Lv 513 pmt 113 pm
produced out of a tiny box throngb a Incident of,lilr. Edison's early career hours and a half wrote out messagesIn 1152 pm pm 125 pm am Ar..HoteIOrmond..I.v _.... 4t-4t5 pm''.... ..... .
a clear round hand, stuck a date 1202 am 135 pm 1105 am Lv.._... .Ormond. ....... Lv 322 pml 35i JIm 1431 am
a funnel and give joy to millions who are In which be displayed his remarkable and number them and threw themon 11 am 145 pm 1117 am ............. ............. 307 pm iH pm I 4114 am
not rich enough to attend the ort ability as a telegraph operator on lass am 222 pm 1200n'D Lv.NewSmyma.: ........ .Lv 2:101'r.J 317 I'm J"'IDl
t t opera the floor for the office boy to pick 156 am 317 pm 112 pm .:........... ............ 112 pm, 21:: pm ; 230'.m
zt,:. to bare costly musical instruments tot is described by a friend."I up. The time he took in numbering 239 am 3M pm 200 pm Lv............Rockledre..Lv 1227 pmt, U7 pm 1-6 am.

: their homes. don't think said be to a group and dating was the only time he === ::::::: 238 247 &: Lv.Lv..EanGalne..l.v:::::::::.Dtelboume..Lv li 1151 4t am ami.::::::::::.cL.:: :
i .;1r""' Do you enjoy the "moving pictures?" seated In the rear room of one of the not writing out transmitted words. 612 am 600 pm too pm Lv.-.Fort ............ IOIJO.m eta pm 1114 ,..m71i.m
.. -, Edison made them possible. lIe Invented most comfortable hostelries of Orange. was 7Mpm &Mpm .H..WestPalm t'aC'h..I.v 740 amt 94; am !UoOpm725am
4 I Faster and faster ticked the instrument 803pm 703 pm Ar..Roy&ll'olnC'ian..I.v 700amP:7am,, 8i8l'm
the kinetoscope. by means of N. J.. "that have ever beard the .... ..... ... 848
: you faster went Edison's 735 am 812 pm 715 pm Lv:. .. ....Breakers. .. Lv 725 am 93: am pm
r faster and 1015.m lO2ipm: 10JOpm .............. .... .......... ..3Oam 115 am 6roOJI'IIln
fingers, till the rapidity with which the the : :: ::::::::-630:: .930 :: Ar..llome Lv.Miami..::::::::::...i Ar'. ,' n I::..:::::::.I I 3 220 o ::

messages came tumbling out on 400 pm .......... .......... Ar..Knhth\.s KeylJock..Lvl ......... ...........il1HJO.mlII
floor attracted the attention of the oth- e ee tie a Jtl'L-..

er operators, who when their work PALATKA BRANCH _

&l t. was done gathered around to witnessthe Leave EAST PALATKA I Arrive f Leave I PALATK T') i ;_"Ivep

spectacle. At the close of four astka TO PALATKA patatt.. Palaka EA3T 1'A'P;:.)L.a.
i 1 1II hours awl a half and the New York _
1i 520 am ........No. 46 Dally........ 540 am 5.f, :n ........NPail-; ....... '.6u an2urm
i IU5111-'S: there flashed from New York 620am ........ o.43 Daily........ fi (Q& 9W ; ........:'\0.0111 Pt..:: .....M !
tV salutation 9S am _...-.Ns. 50 Daily........ 95iam 113h.m ........:'\0.5111:: :i....... llto am
1205 pm ........0.12 Daily.......,12'25 I'm 3W Tm 5; ;: I pm
< .. Ht-Ho"! : 415 pm ........Xo. M Dilly........ 415 I'm 445 J.1Jl .i 1'al'r..I|1320 pili
i .. Hello yonr.eltticked back Ed- 650 pm ........Xo. 56 Daily........ 610 J.m 9-10 pm ----------0.. ii 14..i f...... IOU poi
lOt' m ........No. 53 lIail......., t'S' pm 1n40.m i.9 y.'iI\"h- ilt* i '
iI l'on. .
'YVbo arc you? rattled Into the ofT SAN MATEO BRANCHCounectioaa

I '; v Leave EAST PALATKA Amve Leave SAN MATEO TO Arrive
1' r .. East San Sato I East:
1 : t t'. )" il'i iO'1.* wv ticked back. Palatka TO SAN MATEO Mateo Mateo EAST P.\LATJ.-\ Pahtla_

'r 4 'S'!;\\ 325 pm ..._._.No. 5.1 Jlail,...._____ 31i pm aT-\ am .... .So. M III.........1 41.1D
: ... ... ....... ....
',' 110. pm .Ns. fo9 Daly..1t2'ipm! 1131) pm .No. lit) II..i:: 1141'")
-', ; x. ::r. : my heart: : was the reply :
i 'Y'.J :!!*' lac u1*'' *i.:in it the coun o.n 25 No.21 No.19 No. 17 MAYPORT Xo. IIJ I \a '' I Na u
Sun. Daitp I r'a. :NLi: ti-i'ievt. that could Only Only Daily ex Sun. I BRANCH Dally I Only I! Daily__

EkL ever ,-':..* the .it n.\ fastest and the 200pm JOJO.m 600 pm 800.m 11,1'.. Jacksonville..Ar, 730 am I ('0 pm I 5(4 r.DJ
I I.I I. ; only oi.? A 'bo l- m.1: ever sit at the 240pm IOWam 640 pm 840.m :Lv .1'11110 lk-ach..Lv' 6.0 am ,1U P" i IIIII'W
I.I 246 pm 10M am U6 pm 461m ;t\_.. Atlantic h ach.Lv 6 lI.m 121:1: Jm ; 1:3 p J
Other.on.l of my r !ire for more than 3f9 pra 11 ](Jam 7(0 >m !lOOamr_..._.. rt..l.v 63' am I 1114;: n'n 411' TmNo.3
I # two hours; and n half I'm proud to I -=
No.1 orangeCltybrancht: No.2 No.4 No. i1'' Sanford Branch No.IZ
L I : know yon: Daily Daily Daily Daily 11&l1y I' bail)_

His First Check 315pm 930am Lv.New5myrnaAr. 100 pm 630 pm 6O! aID LvTitu, I'u pa
4 pm 1l00.m 1'.Lake lIelenLt'I16pm 50lpm 9Oamr.. t4aford L r. pm
1 4 h pm 110 amLT.Or.nge City LV.112m pm 440 pm ?.. ..'...._._.... ...... W--.....
i. { During lunch some years ago thegreat 4.1jpm l1JJam \Ar.Orance'ityJe.IlOOn'n' .130 pm ..... ........ ..... ...... n. .. ....
electrician became chatty and .
11 t made a'Miami, with steamships of the 1'. and U. S. S. (oinuany, for
told In his quaint way the story of vaaaalL:
hit i vT his first acquaintance with any large ('IJDnf'dlon mad at KntghU Key nock for Key W..d and Havana. Illrrrt '"hliThe ..

sum of money 4.;- .e TIME TABLES show the times at which trains ray lie rxprctnl to arrive .
and depart from the lIe.erallltatJon..; but their arrival or. eparture at t*:*. time
It was in the days when he was stated is not guaranteed,nor doe the Company hold itelf relil. u.n.le for any delar
-T T streislins 'bong;: wit his eirlier inventions or any ron.r |a.ncf xri.inir tliTrfrnin. j
= =
and didn't hue hi, capitaliststo Fur Copy nf tb.. oral Time Card or Other Infor la' iun i iu
5+1ia F.rIIE TICKET: AGIN': ',"
lu<'k him In fact he didn't line
J.D. Assistant Genera Pa>5. Agt., ST. ALO'J ,TINE. I L JRIUA
any bank .uco.nt himself and Hardly

knew what one WI!;. hankbeckk>

t.i j were thinjr h)' had never ha:I o("'. lion -- -

to use awl ':new little of their; \3'iHCdl '. .f.,,:,,, >tf '..
'o'i u:: I dually i! : soul his pa u lit on
the gold till rte.!<.': to the r..

R'esl-n Union ...e:ecriph co:up:uij f.>r rvlotller !

$4lttap and vas c.)uimz over from hi4h -

;>iie In Oran..:". N. .1.. to Nework: to
i \ I ;cl: t his no:!eHe hid h-ar of Wall Look ouT' for your Children.sIiaal1ll

s revt and iN bulls' and IJ o-irs and b:ilen .
; while they
told that it was full! of "slurbs are young.

who worl! fleece mm quick M
/ a very -
/ %' S> he n a,:.- \til hs mind! that hall : "

street TITS a"l'ry d tn'ruus, 1'1:1.1:11! mil"l'

;T i t TJlnl.EHl O that if IK ever had envision to ;go: then 1"

he would Lc luckv If b" gut away with-

: .i which .,.lIgUI., :I: taken ;ui : : .. ".1':'. "f II 1\, i ltoiztr.t !il"t i:111t. f';: t- '} ........

i Fr P rapidity one :1-*": fie o.L.,:,. tI: _iP':,. .; It, ';:1":' "ul;y :1 y,',ia-: ::1:1:1.H':(." (. ontinu--*tl on--p5--3 .aa. TR.ADJ: MARK.

= mo>emout of :_ i .':m !<>i:," :. .i.:.; :. ." '1. .. j ,,,I.:! :.n.: ,ul-I-:l i;: .r11I1 .. It Does the Business
s i" uiathuies truer toes ant in..t'ii." : .. ,'", v:::.:t" t-T :1 doih!r. l.; 11,1 I e'I': is a fjreit ra..iclno for hiIdren. It keeps their liver :M"tt"qin
r )Ir. E. E. ('hnnl"'rhin. of Chnton Maine Id ntia manner rill color
a in you see a healthy tr ron
) ; e that stirs is r \o: : >d. to lot.rl'l'r.h '1"' ks'4l.;: :!:: 'ttII.1 ill "'''':l'Ta t'IWfA' ; app.
I hf RUf'kI'n'sArni Mlve "It does thele.incss and illn for them will be
says their checks, .ss: a thing the past.
r % i exactly and :..l'cuad.on'!. >- :n:.l ''%r: tcr:.): :..x.111 lt':1.1: :!1+1i oilite': ''; !!!!tie! th ; I have used it for pills aii
{ again; jn"'t is the human ,"ok'ls tr rt':1 r.'j.tpttt>!! ,.f bi; \"('! t'rf'11fjw..;' them. applied it to an old vtrr and it Iwal.lit"wituo'1t A Positive Cure

4 4 ; lUll it'>|)rut'.l l hy the ialking iu.ithine :t" :::i t'jv.::,'r ;z It Ella I : in:;> Z!." <...iHr.: leaving a star behind 2.-9(. at

r 1 .>'*"...,' <.f .1 WI.-*:.i.i nrj. 1 rr.j t'nu' i!.' Banner Drug Store. JT'v FjA l CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND
rt ... < In tin i''e: ;:riil ain: ;: !'ine; Mr I:ui;cn'sinvention ",.t: ; rd;':'vd to rcjurt III Ito:to:i t !L: Man Korclie of Scranton. jilted a ,2Llti> 11 f !\ FEVER, MALARIA, D\SPEP-

K nro unnier u They 1Wil1':e a ,:tUUt. y. It w.'x warm Yt'ltwr ftuc : > SIA
few months ago on her wedding day h ALLtZZ&K ,
the printing;: telc;:rajih. the 'IUHlml'll'Xt'lt'graph. V'.!MI:! \\>n"i Invir, -i! t'.r. :1:11 I
he linen ... .. trying to tarve herself to death. LIVER COMPLAINTS.Mrs..
the t.irlK-n telegraph! traunutter dinned tnn. er.ind du ai

and other*'.! also I invented Ivy t;:;> tine be reulu-d i;.e tItIl ,!..' .. J. Hopkins Manchester
Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema
the useful mimeograph; and the wethcr b;.u l:1"i <-.ukl r.i\\ and siurnnHe Kan. writes: 'I
{ handy mt' dpbone. : diJn't tare at:<1 reported jn<>t is b I I"a Li:leu tn>yrs and dater till). Salve iie-spttuIIyvaluiMe; It quickly allay =' + year*?, know of no better for
the itching and smarting and xnon Concrete House. : chills and fever
Pumped jied by a slo (<'uy. broad brimmed luv Pnceilctnt*. torsale l.y Titusville headache,
} .-mong-lhe latest of the great wiz I ..t-'i" :IIP fjsb.oi !in Ro!,v)n in tbIMV I Pharmacy and all dealers. -- 'i biliousness,etc. My children
.- are never sick. I ill
IIn1's works is the pumped concrete { "-i-ither: and on a raw day a I I 11 'L-' use it always"
bou e. The claim made for this process ., '...,a .\t.b li:up. wet duster on and wet : F

' of house building Ig thtt in half aft : linen ',' >:'"eis sticking" to hi, les.a Robbins & Graham Co. I \\'fr PRICE 50c.'Ball .

day a three story dwelling;: may be con *retb.aj to 1.w\J.e a nnlf lie

$ strutted by pumjii concrete into 1 walked into the superintendent room ((Incorporated)
rd Snow Liniment
a Co.
a molds at a clot so low that any workIng I a.iU xt J: Paid-Up Capital {25.009

. nan may own bis bome Thus Edi I ** Here I am* soo-sot North Second St.,

tt son rpprrtl"- hon!,es-anv number I The superintendent eyed him from This company owns lands in the

y from the same mold-jn!"t abe repro-t bead to f,>ot and aid: Indian river country, on the St. ST. LOUIS, MO.,

.{ rvcfs the human voice and other *"\\ ho are you'* Lucie river, at New river and on N

: vo"nd and tbe movement of men and I "Tom Edison Biscayne bay

things -'A\bo's Tom Edison PRICES TO SUIT
-; Still another of the later achieve: "Tbe young operator explained that Sold and Recommended

: & t meals of the wizard is an electric! stor- he had been ordered to report for duty for land list try
I 'r '- lI je hntterv which. it is claimed: willretohitionire and the superintendent told him to sitI Tl1usv-l11e
OFFICESAT ; Pharmacy: :
the motor industry. mal down in tbe operating room. His ad- and.


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4. ," fit.:SAMPSON CITY A New Florida Resort. Bankers ,Elected Officers. THOMAS A. EDISONContinued DOCTORS MISTAKES 1 4 4 #

.. .-",:' :;'>-' (Miami Metropolis.) The following are the officers elected from page 2.out Are said often to be buried six feet tender -

.::P; 5 Shot and Instantly Killed Messrs. Crane and Morton capitalIsts for the coming year by the FlorilaPankers' ground But many times women call on
> losing his overcoat and umbrella.At t
their family physicians suffering,as they
: are In the city preparing to begIn Association while in sessiojtheir
.ii,, :; ti j1 B; His Son-in-lai that time General Lefferts was Imagine,one from dyspepsia,another from
-. ->"J1.' 'f, "- extensive improvements at Grassy fifteenth annual convention presIdent fof the Western Union. One heart disease, another from liver or kid-

;t ,,! (Gainesville Sun.). Key, one of the keys traversedby In St Petersburg last week: F. A. morning Edison came Into the com- ney disease, another from nervous pros-

b {visitors to Gainesville Monday the F. E..C. Railway extension to i Wood, St Petersburg President; W. pany's general offices to close up the tration,another with pain here and there, t' f -
this alike to
and in they present
Kferoughf information of a most fright- Key West 'which will result in the i E. Heathcote Petersburg, first vies sale of his patent After a few preliminaries themselves and their easy-going or over- fi A

,, ,fel. tragedy at Sampson City at a late creation of another Florida resort resident; Mr. Barton, second vice- he was given a. check for busy doctor, separate diseases, for which '
40000. He looked at it curiously for he, assuming them to be such, prescribes
t q' lour ,Saturday night. In which J. ,L. town.Within presIdent; James A. Griffin third vice- a moment or two and appeared to be his pills and potions. In reality,they are I'

i?>! "VWynn, a well-kndwn citizen of that the next few days these gen- I resident; C. E. Garner, fourth vice- puzzled what to do with it He knew disease.all only tymptoms The'P 'slcian caused,>by norant some, uterine of the I

: r.1; ; :section of Bradford county was shotS lemen will send a large force of men president; J. S.; Reese, fifth vice-pres- that he had sold a patent to the Western cause of suffering,Rypps uprh
_: --and instantly killed by his son-in-law tt' Grassy Key to clear up the lani dent George E. Lewis, of Tallahassee, Union company for $40,000, but hedIdn't until patient large gets bills no are betUnJ Tirade. 'f, erine the

::4'-: -Mann Robinson. owned there by them and later on was elected delegate to the NationaiBankers' see any mi ey. wrong treatment but probably 'NO ..A
Observing his perplexIty General medicine hire > Pprr-p'1 -
': The particulars as far'as could beascertained will begin the erection of a commodious Association and Arthur Perry pjppr FlIynitJ
i Lefferts told him that If be would go rpserl > chrfctfd to the
were that the men with a hotel. They will also make alternate. down to the Bank of America, In Wall ha>etTinreiy'rVmoied I 1 he tseaseI I ,1

arty, were drinking. They were con- other improvements that will make an Jacksonville and Live Oak were contestants street he could get the check cashed. dispelling and Instituting all those Comfort disirtiiing instead symp-of t

gregated in a vacant hut near town ideal resort for the next annual meeting: "So I started out," said Edison "after prolonged misery. ft has been well said

r :when a dispute arose over the questionof Full details of the plans are not obtainable but Live Oak was successful and the carefully folding up the check,and went thata Dr. Pierce's disease Favorite known is,Prescription half cured. Is. a I

using tobacco. It appears that but it is said that the operations date was set for April of next year. toward Wall street So uncertain was scientific medicine, carefully devised by e
I! in regard; to that way of doing business an experienced and skillful physician, r
Wynn who is non-indulgent of the will be extensiveto i
sufficiently that I thought while on the way and adapted to woman's delicate system.

L weed was reprimanding Robinson for give employment to a large force A Meteoric Mystery Cleared Up hat if any man should come up to me It is made and of native Amertcan harmless medicinal
roots Is.perfectly! In tseJrf'Ctl r
' smoking, when Robinson mischievously at men for the next several months Friday night there fell from the I and offer! me two crisp thousand dollar in ami c<>Hiniiin wihe f 1I
? "whiffed" some smoke into Wynn's the idea being to have the resort in heavens a meteor which marked its bills for that piece of paper I should 'JI Tm. i t
: '
4ti a powerful invigorating tonic "Fa
't face which angered him greatly.It operation by next season. These course to earth by a flaming tail and give him up the check very quick. vorite Prescription' imparts strength to

was stated that Wynn kicked Rob- gentlemen will also plat and sell Iota coming in contact with the earth In Oa arriving at the Bank of Americahe the whole system and to the organs dis-
hesitated about entering fearing tinctly feminine in particular. :For overworked
inson in the abdomen and shoved him for a settlement at Grassy Key the vicinity of the water tower madea still that something might be wroll;:. -worn-ut," rundown" debilitated J

from the door when Robinson much terrific noise and greatly alarmed At last however he mustered up courage seamstresses teachers'shop, milliners-girls,",house-keepers dressmakers,, f

... provoked proceeded home. Adjutant General's Orders. several families, who not knowingthe and determined to try it. lie nursing mothers, and feeble women gen-

It appeared that Wynn must have Orders have been issued, from the cause of the noise, appealed to knew that General Lefferts bad told erally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ,MlJ
id the greatest earthly boon, being un-
followed Robinson to his home, fog office of the Adjutant General containing the guardians of the homes to look for him he would! get his money here, so equaled as an appetizing cordial and re
he braced ahead and half tremblingly a
: that Is where the ,tragedy occurred. the announcements of standing ir the cause of the sound and these slorative As tonic. J
shoved his check out to the cashier. a soothing and strengthening nerv
Those who are supposed to be in i a efficiency at the last encampment cf marched forth with their trusty revolvers "Favorite Prescription"Isnneqnaled tr

position to know state that Robinson the various companies of the Florida to see who it was trying to Willing to Give It Up For $2,000 and Is invaluable in allaying and subduing is i
: nervous excitability, irritability
went to his home, shortly ,followed by State Troops. The Key West company blow up the water works or the A. C. The latter scrutinized it closely gave i nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, I

When reached the received for L. The Edison a piercing glance and said neuralgia, hysteria, spasms St. Vitos's t
Wynn. Wynn gatewhich the highest percentage depot. noise greatly mystified dance and other distressing, nervous .
something which Edison not understand -
Is only a few feet from the general efficiency 73 per cent. Company the terrified ones and no explanation symptoms commonly attendant upon +
as he was hard of hearing functional and organic disease of the
house, Robinson, pistol in hand, warn- D, of Jacksonville was second, with was given for the same until the That was enough. He was now mor uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and

; ed him of the, danger of approaching 72, and the Tampa Light Infantry next day when one of the guardiansrf than ever convinced that his check relieves mental anxiety and despondency.Dr. t
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
further Into his household but Wynn third, with 70. Orders have also been : the home overheard an A. C. L. engineer wasn't worth $40,000 and again though stomach, liver and bowels. One to t j 1

took no heed and went in, closing oa issued announcing the dates for the remark that he saw the meteor as he rushed out of the bank with 11 three a dose. Easy to take as candy.

Robinson and striking him a stinging annual inspection of the commands. when it fell and heard the the explo- that any: man who would give him $2.- -
000 could walk with the check.
blow. With this Robinson fired the! Capt I* C. Miller, Coast Artillery sion. The mystery was thus cleared away
He hurried back to the Western Union The Most Valuable Set ef Yacht and Seat-
1' first shot taking immediate effect and Corps, will be the Inspecting officer for up.-Ocala Star.Shipping Building: Books ever Putiitktd.
and said he couldn't get any mon- 1

Wynn fell dead at his feet. the War Department. The Florid ey. General efferts then sent a man RUDDERHOWTO

r It is stated that Robinson surrendered National Guard Association will meetat Iced Fish to HavanaThe with him to identify him. lIe said
a coroner's jury was Impanelled, Jacksonville April 9 to discuss mea Miami Metropolis of recent date that "this man is Thomas A. Edison
to whose order the check Is drawn." 3oro boats hive been built from the lines 1
for of
the facts in the case learned, and RobInson sures the general Improvement follows
as : these books- sailed in
says printed in Successfully
.. was released being exonerate the service, among the subjects being Another "Why certainly11r.. Edison, said every clime and upon every sea-Full detail I
cargo of kingfish was (<- the cashier very obsequiously. "How drawing j! of an parts showing what it is and i
from all blame.Congressman. the improvement of the new State how make Text
#: ped from here Tuesday on the schooner would you like your $4OOOO-in what to a- extremely sampleHOW

f campsite at Philbrofen, near Jackson- Annie The fish were packed in shape TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 ,
: Sparkman Busy 16 foot srow nlliMt Lurk.*wy to build.(rsmn ifl h canreep J
ville. The officers of this association t
ice and were sent to Key West, at "Oh, any way to suit the bank. It ; good racu.g boat tot a!./lo lean the.uifauM I..

In compliance with resolutions are: Brigadier General C. P. Lov- which place they will be repacked and doesn't make any difference to me so HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK I

:,I adopted by the Florida legislature of ell, president; Major M. Henry Cohen. shipped to their final destination Havana long as I get my money. l loaJ A.fine irr boat HM for b-e..tal.atteraoo..adiaq_or Tr kiorkuMr built,uouparew teat II
eta; taU puu ud plet..f cwspfcted bossaHOW
1907, Hon. S. M. Sparkman has In- secretary; Lieut. R. L. Buckman treas This is the second load of fish Edison was given $40,000 In large TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
bills. After dividing the roll into two
troduced in the house two bills which urer. Jtwt iKTmoful nan marknw ever ifatrati. ; a yrlmaiun .
tent out from here by local dealer
wads of $20,000 each he stuffed one in Awes,Aw and Autnli, CM/ to buld|tu
\ while they are short are ImportantThe to Key west and the local dealers are into each trousers pocket buttoned up to vm.,&11. {
: full text of the bills follow: finding that this Is a profitable method his coat as tightly as possible and Simple and |>rrlmL.howra? t.eonatnoct.baad

f A authorizing the State of Floridato is not pretty nor pleasant Whether it's caused of getting rid of the large catches of made a break to get out of Wall streetas bad for u a"/wva revere ether I>Ia.u.
by neuralgia, toothache or accident Bollard's HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
make an efficient survey of all quick as he could. The next day fine .H w'.ad rniniatr trot tabu .IUawkr
Snow Liniment will reduce the swellingand kingfish. Besides those sent to Key ; good ; ic
..... ..
.LIe tar Ui low .l.n.
Edison work his first labora- ; a.
relieve the pain. The great and sure began on
lands patented by the
unsurveyed West a great fish
were packedin
I. ,cure for rheumatism. cuts, burns scaltls-any many tory at Newark, N. J. HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
{' United States to ,the State of Flor- :and all aches and Ipains. Sold by. Titusville a refrigerator car and sent north Always very jealous of his time Mr. small aul enter pa little wil-jig boot,with moderate OTtriaagt lid J

ida. Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. ward. The express shipments Monday Edison has expected his employees to HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

Euy to fcoild;.. biDlt""|[ ';just the craft for a bo] ,
it. Be it enacted by the senate and
Lakeland's Berry Shipments.The night were also heavy and over be equally careful lest a single minute lo begta wpbcaab.bviltvery ebeapl.ertller loop or cat ng i

l-!: house of representatives of the United fifty barrels went out on the north- that might yield an Important Inven- HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT
Lakeland News of Friday says: tion should slip by. In counseling a A complete df Tiptio i of bow to build modal,also la* 1
States of America In congress assembled bound train. III akaa owed Ia rd air.ede.. I
.....,. that the State of Florida Is Berry shipments continue to bringin young man he said, "The beet advice I

money to our growers and there Is can give you Is. never look at the PRICE: $1. EACH l
Killed Monster
,. hereby authorized to 'survey all un- CatamountThe '
irospect for a long and remunerativeseason. clock. PREPAID ml CIPRC83 anew scsa .
surveyed lands within said state catamount is not yet extinct Discouragement and worry have been Bound in cloth-Gold lettennt;-Size of pag

t'w Ich*have heretofore been patented in this coUntr as Mr. Jos. Greenhaigl unknown to tbe wizard. On one occasion 9 by ii inches-Larje,clearly-drawn plans. :
the week 130
During past refrigerators -
by the United States government to 'Killed one on his farm adjoining the one of his associates had to report THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. 4'.
i from the Lakeland
were shipped to him tbe failure In Immediate a MUMHAV STRICT New YDII U. S. A
the State of Florida and to prepare Foster plantation last week, which .
patform. Unfavorable weather due succession of three experiments Involving .
.fi:: and make all necessary plats and measured four feet and one-half from Surd postal far Catalogue of Boots ftrVaehtiman't .
fug the past few days somewhat reduced enormous expenditure of money Library,

;.. Wraps of such surveys.A the quantity shipped; still, upwards tip to tip. These animals were once i << and labor. But the inventor simply ,

bill authorizing and directing the few very ferocious and numerous, but are smiled at the recital. The associate, ,
of 10,000 quarts-that.s a
adjutant-general of the United berries. rapidly receding from the onward 'I worn out with the nervous strain of f f E T04L

>' States army to furnish to the adju- march of new settlers. Only hunger his long watch and disheartened by his .
Prices early in the week were a little disappointment said Impatiently "Why
tant-general of the State of Florida now tempts them from their dens ) rscavrartvcratttD
off, but latterly have advanced and don't you worry a little about it. Mr.Edisouv" twst nI
;'. copies of the muster rolls of certain and> chickens seem to be 'the toothsome -
good sales are anticipated for the coming -

military organizations filed or deposited week. The average since our last morsel they desire.-Braden. "Why should I?" was the Inventor'sreply.

In the war department or town Herald. "You're worrying enough for
report has been about 22 cents net to 4

other departments of the government the grower but last night the price two." "': :';e1J<).s I .
Rank Foolishness Sample of His Memory. -. sir., Iw&t Known and
vent as high as 25 cents net It is .r,.j"'JWstrtJU-Mei.ei', -own.
Be It enacted by the senate and "When attacked by a cough or a cold or Blessed: with a most wonderful memory r.:1 10 *I ...tnd It the reputation jr
expected that this will be exceeded when your throat is sore it is rank foolishnessto ,! .' a.wixrh TF
of he United Mr. Edison has been able to recall .
Louse of representatives during the week coming. take any other medicine than Dr. King's "j (a.a: lii tliu \trauc.Vr .
States of America in congress assem- New Discovery"says C. O. Eld ridge, of Empire with absolute exactness: Intricate figures .. -.... red A",...!. wan '",>matl"" fl', "t '

of the The quality of stock continues first Ga. "I have used Xew Diseovery seven even though he bad not had ocvalon !'.. 'e"Oneanta-- .,,1111 mil-I. If**ee7'anv:r:'....*"ro.t'. ......naii rlatrt.. dlT"'M m "ta 1'7S
tled, that the adjutant-general and I know it is the best or \al.1 ...-1 tp
class, and the outlook for our growersis years remedy on to1 them in twenty or thirty .rlm "no1
is author- earth for coughs and colds and all IT m<4i.VIwTa.uaM: t<>all Mad for it.
United States Army : croup
excellent The cold of last nigh' fl'lM'n example of this happened
throat and lung troubles. My children CO. Mlch.TRADE .
are M. FERRY 4. Detroit }
ized and directed, to furnish to the ad- did not affect the berry industry airreciably > subject to croup hat New Discovery quicklycures when he was being interviewed recently. -

jutant-general of the State of Florida every attack." Known the world over One of his assistants asked Mr 50 YEARS
as practically all the growers as the king of throat and lung remedies. Sold
other rolls on Edison concerning a certain fluid to be EXPERIENCE
copies: of the muster or were prepared for it and protected under guarantee at Banner Drug fc-tore. 50c.
used in the work then under As
and Trial bottle free.
the department $1.00.
file deposited in war
or their beds by covering with pine
soon as he had explained the troubleMr.
-- 1
of the
V or other departments straw. Edison gave him the required Information -
Sulphur Mine at Floral CityJ. ,
United States government containingthe --- lie said that some time in a

names of those who enlisted from Lumber Company in BankruptcyA B. Young yesterday brought to the eighties, when he was working on

Florida or served in any state or national petition In involuntary bankruptcy this office a quantity of sulphur taken tbe telephone problem: he had used a MARKS

military organization from said has been filed in the United States from a phosphate mine at Floral City fluid composed of so many parts of DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

35 feet below the water level. It is this so many parts of that and so Ac.
civil or the war with Pensacola the Boni-
war at
State In the court against
sketch and
many parts of something else. He Anyone vending a description may
in claimed that this is a very important eulesle ascertain our opinion free whether anmentlnf
the Indian wars
Mexico or any of fay Brothers Lumber Company of Mc- gave to the smallest fraction of a drop Is probably patentable. communh a. A
discovery: and if the sulphur is foundin tions.tnetlyeonadentlnl. Handbook on latentaSent
Florida. David, Fla. In which three creditors the exact amount of each fluid to be free. OMet for"ecnnntr patents
any great quantity, it would used. Patents liken agency Slunn & Co. receive
that the firm be adjudged In-
request tpeclat notice,without charge,IB the
How' This voluntary bankrupts. The creditors greatly enhauce the value of mining There Is only one sport that has even Scientific J1m rltan.A

We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for reseating the petition are the Southern property in that section. It is to be Interested }fro Edison and that is fish- .
of catarrh that cannot be cured by hoped that In?. In his splendid yacht at his Florida handsomely illustrated wpekiT.: largest rtr-
any case Hardware Company American some person or persons dilation of any anentlfic journaL Terms,13 a t
HalTs Catarrh Cure. borne he has been fishing once in veer: four months,$L bold by.11 newsdealer*.
F. J. CHKSEY & Co.. Props.. Toledo 0. Supply Company. The total amount vlll thoroughly prospect the lands awhile. He never played golf or any MUNN&Co.361B'oaUa'( New York
undersigned have known to'.J. Cheney there
We the for sulphur.-Inverness Chronicle. -
and believe him personally due these firms totals less than $2,000 other same but he has advised others Branca(Mice. 6S: F SU Washington.D.C.
for the last 15 years
honorable in all business transactionsand but it is understood that large to do so. __ __ ____ ,

tions financially made by their able carry out any obliga- amounts are due other firms. The Race Suicideas Do Not Crowd the Season u KU LTHTCOUCHAND

W} T .t TaUAX, creditors filing the petition allege that
Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio. President Roosevelt calls it, is not nearlythe The first warm days of spring bring with i
WAUHX, Kiss** & MABTIK, the company has already committed menace to increase in population that them a desire to get out and enjoy the rshili-
Toledo. Ohio.Hall's of mort- deaths among infants are. And eight out often rating air and sunshine. Children hat have
Wholesale Druggists. an act bankruptcy by giving a
Cure is taken internally,acting of these deaths are directly or indirectly been housed up all winter are brought not WITH Dr. King'sNew
Catarrh the blood and mucous sur- gage for a large amount to the Bankof caused by bowel troubles. McGee's: Baby El- i and you wonder where they all came from.
directly upon "- bottle. ixir cures diarrhoea, dysentery sour stomach The heavy winter clothing is thrown aide
Price, c. per Brewton.A I
f faces of the system. Testimonials free. and all infant ai'menUofthis nature. Just and many shed their flannels. Then a cold
Sold by all druggists. the best. the thing for teething babies. Price 25' and wave comes and people say that grip is f pi. Discovery
Halls Family Pills are Higher Health Level"I 50 centd. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and demic. Colds at this season are even more '
Banner Drug Store. dangerous than in midwinter,as there i-t much
Hannah Brown Cooper, who have reached a higher health level since more danger of pneu a onia. Take (;bambt r- FOR PRICE
:Mrs. COUCHS oo.
using Dr. King's New Life Pills,"
began lain's Conga; Remedy however and will
you Trial Bottle
have Free
died in Philadelphia recently would writes Jacob Springer, of West Franklin. "I suffered habitually from constipation. have nothing to fear.' It always cures, and
had she stomach liver and Doan's Eegnlets relieved and strengthened the AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
old on April 1 Maine. They keep my we have never known a cold to result in pneu-
been years bowels working just right" If these pill*disappoint bowels" so that they have been regular ever monia when it was used. It is pleasant and GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY'
'lived. She had never needed the serv- will be since.<< -A. E. Davis, groeer.Snlphur Springs
trial, refundedat
you on money safe to take. Children like it. For sale by OR MONEY LZPUNDED.sitrM .
ices of a physician or dentist Banner Drug Store 23c.: Tex. Titusville Pharmacy and all dealers. r



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MARCH 13. 1908
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r % 'THE FLORIDA STARF.nteredatthepatofceatTitutaileaa PRIMARY'ANNOUNCEMENTS Brevard County School Board PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. 2.

I The board of public instructionmet

eond-elu8 mail matter. Announcements under this heading $3.00, Monday, March 2nd, with full Dr. Hartman has claimed for many years that Penma is aa EXCELLENT!

: .- -. : published made until of the$2.50 first for primary county comm with an S6iou-exception board present. CATARRH BEMZDT. Some of the doctor's critics hare disputed the doctor'slaim

,, sUBSCRIPTION 91M PER ANOTXKUU ers and members of the school beard, the fee The minutes of the last meetingwere : as to the efficacy of Penna.See' .

'= S. Wager Kdttorand Publisher.PUBLTSHFP to be paid in advance.For read and approved.Treasurer's the ingredients of Penma are no longer a secret what do the medi-

'I report for Feb. was .1: authorities say concerning: the remedies of which T TTiTiQ 11 composed
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING found correct and redeemed warrants Tate, for instance the ingredient HYDRASTIS CAI1ADENSIS, 01
I respectfully announce myself as a United of this herbal remedy,
OLDEN SEAL, The States Dispensatory says
cancelled and filed.
candidate for
Efforts to "Split the solidSouth"are representative m the leg
islature from Brevard county, at the ut! it b largely employed in the treatment of depraved mucot, membranes
; likely to fce followed by renewed primary election to be held May 19th. FINANCIAL traXABY. }riroslc rhinitis (nasal catarrh), atonic dyspepsia (catarrh of tie stomach),

evidence that the cleavage runs My platform is "The will and wish of %Warrants- issued outstanding this meeting.last report._._ 10,431.77:,OU 30 ;hrcaic intestinal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice (catarrh of the liver), and ia .

Y f+ .,z along the Mason & Dixon line. the people of Brevard county. I haveno leased mucous membranes of the pelvic organs. It is also recommended for
schemes and if elected will
pet onlygo 12..wJ,07
i3 treatment of various forms of diseases peculiar to women..
as your representative. Warrants paid in Feb. ___ 737,10Warrants
c The reopening of the KnickerQj3 Thanking you for your support, I remain Another ingredient of Peruna, CORYDALIS FORMOSA, is classed in the

booker Trust Company will, it is reported Yours truly, now outstanding..__.. 1140897 United States Dispensatory as a tonic.
JOHN{ HOUSTON. Total cash on hand_____ 50.24
R 1 sue, -. ? have a decided effect in restoring C4' SON SEEDS is another ingredient of Peruna, an excellent drug thats

,: ; s business confidence general For RepresentativeAt Deficit in funds_____ ________ 11,658.73 ::- teen very largely overlooked by the medical profession for the past fifty

K .. ly. Well the business world, has the solicitation of my friends I ITEMIZED nPESDIT KES. y iri.' THE SEEDS ARE TO BE FOUND IN VERY FEW DRUG STORES.

,1J something coming to it from the hereby announce myself a candidate County school fund. .iO TJaitd States Dispensatory says of the action of cedron that it is used as

Knickerbocker. It is only to be hoped representative from Brevard county in Teachers' salaries___________1470.00 i !bitter tonic and in the treatment of dysentery, and in intermittent diseases

= } } it .contribute as strongly the next legislature, subject to the action G. F.Duren, janitor No. 6_________ 6.00 a SUBSTITUTE: FOR QUININE.CIL .
that of the coming primary election of H. E. Wakefield, 16_______-. 7.00
toward a restoration of confidedce as :May 19th. :My platform will be pub- Transportation of pupils.___.___. 213.00 OF COPAIBA, another ingredient of Peruna, is classed by the United
lished in THE STAR in full in the near tee Dispensatory as a mild stimulant and diuretic. It acts on the stomach
'4 it did towards its taking away.Patronize John R.Walker salary supt. for Feb. 75.00
; ;: future. J. W. OSBAN. E. B. Arnold, per diem and mileage. 17.20 .. :i intestinal tract It acts as a stimulant on the genito-arinary membrates.
; "t ,.,'. Useful in chronic chronic dysentery
Home Enterprises G. S. Singleton,per diem and mileage 12 20 cystitis,
-'t. For County Commissioners A. J.Carter per diem and mileage.. 9.80 i and diarrhea,and some chronic

_' .:)(:: THE STAR has.advocated innumerOUS We respectfully announce that we E. C. Advocate, pub. finane'l statem't 2.00 F Our Peruna Tablet diseases of the liver and kidneys.

.-, instances patronizing of home shall be candidates for county commis- Ronald & Fiske, supplies for No. 16. 4.80 These opinions as to the ingredients

\ enterprises businesses and indus- sioners from our respective districts at Eau Gallie Livery Stable, sup. Xo. 22 1.00 i Is Peruna WithFluid of Peruna. are held by all writers on
the next election.
lr tries. It has not been intended that Trusting primary that our services meet K.\V.B.DrewCo. book case desks 6313 the subject, including Bartholow and
your Brevard Co. State Bank, int. for Feb. 17.23 4
-'' home enterprises etc., should be approval, and that we will receive your Removed. Scudder.

: ''.' patronized when such fail to compete support. We remain yours truly, Fee & Stewart, bankers, 4.87 : OF HYDRASTIS, BARTHOLOW
Bank of Fort Pierce, 4.58
J. M. OSBAN Dist. No. 1.
SAYS it is to stomatitis
x ". successfully with outside enterprises; J. R. MIOT, Dist. No. 2. Indian River State Bank, 21.69J. applicable

', but that they should be given the R. A. CONKLING, Dist. No. 3. R. Walker, ups to Wash'g'n ret. 68.55 .*'rrh of the mucous surfaces of the mouth), follicular pharyngitis (catarrh

: when they do so compete. T. A. ROBINSON, Dist. No. 4. E. B. Waer, pub. list text books9.00 ,* the pharynx), chronic coryza (catarrh of the head). This writer classes

preference T. J. COCKSHUTT, Dist. No. 5. G. F. Duren. wood No. 6___________ L25 "1 .'metis as a stomachic tonic, useful in atonic dyspepsia (chronic gastric

;. It is a fact that our home people John Henry, typewrt'g min. for pub 2.00 tfnh), catarrh of the duodenum, catarrh of the gall duct, catarrh of the

k 4' are too apt to have the impressionthat For Member of County School Board tines catarrh of the (chronic disease) catarrh of the
distant Total issue_____________________.f 2,014.30 : kidneys Bright's ,
goods purchased in a We, the many friends, announce the ulvlicr, and catarrh of other pelvic organs.

market have a better quality than name of J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge, The City Point school having closeda I"ARTHOLOW.REGARDS COPAIBA as an excellent remedy for chronic

.- 'v goods, just as good in every partic- candidate Fla., a clean for, straight member, capable of the man county, as motion prevailed that the childrenbe :::. ,::Irh of the bladder, chronic bronchitis (catarrh of the bronchial tubes

# local merchant' transported to Cocoa, for remainder IA3THOLQW STATES THAT CUBES an ingredient of Peruna -
ular, furnished by a school board for this, the second dis- pro.rtc3

And strange as it may seem there trict, and ask the support of all good of the term. the appetite and digestion, increases the circulation of the blood. Use

are people in every town who think citizens at the coming MANY primary. The superintendent gave a verbal f ,1 ia chronic nasal catarrh, follicular pharyngitis (catarrh of the pharynx),

A that goods purchased at even greater FRIENDS.For report of his attendance at N. E. A., increasing the tonicity of the mucous membranes of the throat. It also re

: liars hoarseness. Useful in atonic dyspepsia (catarrh of the stomach), and inhrcnic
D. Feb. 25th
preferable to Member of School BoardTo at Washington, C., ,
cost ins large city are
:! catarrh of the colon and rectum, catarrh of the bladder, prostatorrhea,
goods offered by the local merchant.And the Voters of Brevard County, 26th and 27th. He will prepare and and chronic bronchial affections.

it is too often the case that 1 respectfully announce myself as a present a written report at the April HILLSPAUGH, MEDICINAL PLANTS, one of the most authoritativeworks

; trouble isn't taken to find out i board candidate member at the next for primaries district for]I meeting. on medicinal herbs: in the English language, ia commenting upon

t. ; whether or not there is any I shall appreciate the support of alL Adjourned to meet the first Mon- COLLINSONIA CANADENSIS, says that it acts on the pneumogastric and

; advantage whatever in purchasingin A. J. CARTER. day in April, 1908. vase motor nerves. It increases the secretions of the mucous membranes ia

a distant city. general. In the mountains of Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Carolina,

= that people who NoticeTo has been given by our present and most collinsonia canadensis is considered a panacea for many disorders, including
; It seems strange I that I will
efficient treasurer. trust re-
: the Voters of Brevard headache colic dropsy and indigestion. DR. SCUDDER it
County. regards
make their living in part out of the ceive your support. J. F. WOOTEN.
not think they are Thanking you for past favors I again highly as a remedy in chronic diseases of the lungs, heart disease and asthma.

local dealers do beg to announce myself as a candidatefor For Tax AssessorTo These citations ought to be sufficient to show to any candid mind that Pe-

under any obligations to patronize re-election to the office of clerk of Tuna is a catarrh remedy. Surely, such herbal remedies;that command the
them when they can do so just as the circuit court of Brevard county sub- the People of Brevard County.I .
enthusiastic confidence of the highest authorities obtainable, brought togetherin
ject to the action of the coming Dem-
well as not, and often to their own ocratic primary and would thank you candidate respectfully for re-election announce as myself county as tax a proper combination, ought to make catarrh remedy of the highest efficacy

v advantage. kindly for your support. assessor. Trusting my work has met This is our claim and we are able to substantiate this claim by ample

A campaign of education ought to Respectfully, your approval and thanking you for quotations from the HIGHEST MEDICAL AUTHORITIES 15 THE WORLD.
A. A. STEWART.For support, I remain truly,
be inaugurated in every town that is your yours HALL -- ---
: to add to W. H. No. 3-City Point. Voting place, the small between sections 18 and 19 Twp. 29 S. R. 35
i a ; enterprising enough to try Supt. Public InstructionTo --- ---- --_. -- building the end of Hatch's old wharf. E., thence north on tbe west line of the countyto

its industrial enterprises and popula- the Voters of Brevard County. Indian River Oranges in ParisMr. Said precinct bounded as follows: On the the place of beginning.No. .
north commence on the south line of Delea-
i, ;' tion. Yielding to the solicitation of many G. S. Hardee owner of Pioneer pine grant,on Indian river, run southwesterlyilong 8-Grant Voting place, Jorgeusen's
'_, of time probably this friends I candi- the south line of said grant to the west store at Grant Said precinct hounded as follows -
announce myself a
; In the course as
Grove, Rockledge, recently shipped a line of the county, thence southerly along the : On the north, commence on the west
c date for nomination
\ impression will be removed. before the coming box containing one half oranges and west line of the county to the section line dividing line of the county on the section line dividing
_- primaries.If sections 13 and 24, Twp 24 south, sections 18 and 19, township 29 S., K. 35 E.,
| | UJ l-f
rxj-ll-UJ | |
& .. nominated and re-elected I shall use one half grapefruit to M. Rene de Bou- R. 34 E., thence east on said section lineto run east on said section line to the Atlanticocean
Robert Ledbetter was drowned In my best effort, as in the past, to promote logne, Paris, France. The shipmentleft Indian river being the section line dividing thence southeasterly along the ocean
the St. Lucie river at Stuart last Friday the interest of our whole public sections 17 and 20, Twp. 24 S.. R. 36 beach to the south line of the county, thence S
; He school system. Respectfully, here via Southern Express Co., 2., on the river, thence northerly along Indian west following the south line of the county as
r under peculiar circumstances. JOHN R. WALKER. on January 16th and arrived in Parison river to the south line of Deiespine grant, now constituted to tbe west line of the county
was at work in a pineapple field when 11th being the point of beginning. thence north al\lngtbe west line of the county
in conditionand
February perfect to the point of beginning.

tie saw his launch break loose from NoticeI the recipients state it was the fin No. Eockledge.. Voting place, at public Xo. 9Banyan."oting place W J,
its moorings, due to the high wind. tail in Cocoa. Said precinct bounded as follows an's Rag-
packing house. :Said
est boundedas
respectfully announce myself as a every seen there. Express charges precinct
c : On the north, commencing the Indian
With an assistant he followed along candidate at the next primary electionfor on follows: Commence at a point on the east
I from Cocoa to Paris JC.90. Out of river on the section line dividing bank of Indian river
i j the river bank, the boat being carried I re-election: as sheriff of Brevard the many carload shipments and hun- sections 17 and 20, township 24 south, township 26 S., K. 37 where intersects the north said line river of,
county. 1 would appreciate the earnest range 36 east, run west on said section line
f'' tide. Finally he jumpe1In thence run east along said tow liue
the n&hip to the
along by dreds of boxes to the line of the
: support of all our people. shipped on private or- west county,thence south ou Atlantic ocean, thence
and attempted to swim after the; \: he line of the county to the township southerly along tbe
s& ours truly, ders by Mr. Hardee this season thereis ocean beach to the section line between sec
the launch but was overcome and JOSEPH P. BROWN. come lines between townships 25 and 26, thence I tions 12 and 13, Twp. 27 S., B. 37 E.. thence
yet to a single report of de- east; on said township line to Indian river
west said
; on line to the cast bank of
sank. The body was soon found and thence northwesterly along Indian river to
caped fruit.Cocoae..s.. Indian river, thence: northerly
I along the east
For Tax CollectorTo the section line between sections 17 and
home in North bank of Indian
was sent to the family i iver to point of beginning.
'k ----
township S,R.36 li,the point of beginning.No. .
for interment Ledbetter halt the Voters of Brevard County: No. 10( ..
&p-. Carolina Madame SchumannHeinkThose Georgian Voting place, at C. D.
iy : He is I herewith announce candidacy for 5-Eau Gallie. Voting place at town Provost's store. Said precinct bounded as
Stuart eight my
resided in years.
I 1 the office of tax collector of Brevard who heard Madame Schu office on Highland avenue, Eau Gallie. Said follows: On the north, commence on the east
t N survived by his mother and sister. county. If elected to this office I rrann-Heink in this city on February precinct bounded as follows: On the north, bank of Indian river on township line between -
prom- commence on the west line of the county on townships 24 and 25 where said line
; : The House committee in merchant ise to give my best services to the people :nth:: will be interested in the anccuncement township line between townships 25 and 26 intersects said river, run thence east on said
and trust 1 will receive their sup- that the contralto S., R. 35 K, run thence east on said township township line to the Atlantic thence
j.I} marine and fisheries has agreed to rt port at the cOining primarY great line to the west bank of Indian river thence southerly along the ocean beach ocean to the south

f. j ; port favorably the following bills ay PHILIP Ii. WRIGHT. hs filed an application for naturalization southerly along the west bank of Indian riverto line of township 25. run thence west on said
the northeast cerner of section 16( Twp. 27 townshipline to the east bank
ie. papers with the county clerk. Her of Indian river,
--- ---
I propriating in all the sum of $25,0(1'l S.. rang 37 east thence run east ou said section run thence northerly along: the east bank of
t: for the establishment of fish hatcher For Supervisor of RegistrationTo preliminary papers were fl'ed in Cir line to the Atlantic ocean, thence southerly said river to the point of beginning.
along the ocean beach to the section line
oincati thee'ars ,
: ies in the following places: Hickcia- the Hein.Kratic V.-teis of Brevard'ounty. ago. She declare; dividing sections: 30 and 31, Twp. 27 S., &. 33 Xo. 11-Merritts. Voting place, school

; f county, Tennessee; Paris, Tex.; in .b? I am a candidate for renomination by that s-he loves America and is anxious H, thence run west oil said section line to the house at Indianola. Said precinct boundedas
: west line of the county, thence north follows!: Begin on the east side of the Indian
r: to become a citizen of this along -
the of country.
l: Second congressional district of Iovaia county the west line of the county to the point of be- river where the centre of Banana creek
the office of supervisor of registration.If intersects said liver
: the State of Louisiana; in the State ginnittg.Xo. thence easterly and
nominated I promise a continuanceof northerly on a line in centre of said creek uu-
: or South Carolina; in Monroe county. a faithful performance of the dutiesof Numbers and Boundaries of .>'.-Melhosrne. Voting place, the bu Ud- til it intersects the Banana river on the west
I': f Illinois; at Greenbay, Wis.; in tbt : the office. Soliciting the support of jug; in which the barber shop is now located. line of said Banana river thence southerly
all in the primary, Election Precincts :Saul precinct bounded as follows; On the along the west line of Banana river to tbe
_j: t State of Florida; in the State of Kansas 1 am respectfully north,'("OlIIUlence on the wt' line of tbecodn- south line of township thence Weston said
and in Jefferson county, KentucA \\ very W. ty on the section line between sections 30 and township line to the east side of Indian river,
ft.'j; S. NORWOOD. Ou motion it is ordered that all election 31. township 27 S., li. 35 E., run thence easton thence northerly along Indian river to the
-;: ta" ." ,:- .- products in Brevard county shall in the future w id section hue to the Atlantic ocean point of beginning, being all of Merritts Is-
:: f =- Washington dispatch says that For State's AttorneyI be known by the following! numbers, thou e southerly along the ocean beach to the land north of the south line of township 21,
J President Roosevelt has issued an order names aid boundaries: section liue between sections 17 and 20, Twp. including the islands in Indian river between
; ; 2S S. R. 31 E., thence said said north and
hereby announce candidacy for run west on section south boundary. lines.
my No. l-LaOran e.'otin place, the old
-? 't setting aside "all small mangrove line to the east bank of the Indian river
t nomination to a second term of office of Carlile store ou the old Harvey place at La. thence No. Haulover.. Voting place, Thomas
i a and soft grass islets, shoals, sandbars : state's attorney in and for the 7th judi- irarge. ail product bounded as follows.Ou mouth of run Turkey southwesterly creek,thence to the centre of the Crooks, on north side of canal. Said precinct
.F' sad sand spits" in Mosquito inlet, 0.1 cial circuit of Florida, subject to the the north by tbe county line dividing Vo- in centre of aid creek until said line inter.sects bounded as follows: On the north, by the
'', held'on Insia and Brevard counties, on the west by north line of Brevard
r Democratic primary to be May : the section line between sections 24 and countyfroiu; the Atlan-
: the east shore of Florida, near the the west line of tbe county on the south by tic ocean to Indian
I .. 19th, 1908. If again trusted with the 25, township 28 S., R. 37 E., thence run weston river. thence south along
mouths of the Halifax and Hillsbo'o administration of this most importantoffice the township line dividing townships 21 and said section: line to the west line of the line of Indian river to township line dividing

livers for the use of the departmentof by the people, I will, as I nave seers 22 running the incorporated east until said line township of the town line of inter Ti ('OIJoty.being the section line between sections townships line to 21 the and22.Atlantic| thence east ou said township .
19 and 30,Tw p.28 8. K.35 E..thence ocean thence northerly
run north
striven do
always to perform my duty tusville. thence north and east along said iucorporated along the
agriculture, as a "preserve on the west line of the county to the point of ocean beach to the north line
impartially and fearlessly for the best line to the Indian river, thence beginning. of the county, being the point of
w 2 breeding ground for native birds.? interests of the state. northward a'ong the Indian river to the \"&- including all islands in Indian river beginning within,

The reservation will be known as JOHN C. JONES, lusia county line. Xo. Malabar.. Voting place, E. B. Ar. said north and south boundary lines.

I Mosquito inle reservation. States Attorney 7th Judicial Circuit No. Titusville.. Voting place, the court nold's store at Malabar baid precinct bound. Xo. -
;+ htuse at Titusville. Said precinct bounded as ed as follows: On the north commence on \\ilsons J pj61311Voting Canaveral place, Henry
S NoticeTo follows:On the north commence on the Indian the west line of the county on the section line cinct bounded postoffice. Said pre
y Considerable political excitement river where the incorporated line of the town between sections 19 and 30. township 28 S., E. on the Atlantic as follows: On the north, commence -
; j has been caused in Tampa and Hills- the Voters of Bievard County. of Titusville intersects said river, thence west 35 east, run east on said section line until it line between ocean on the township
and south along said incorporated line until intersects the centre of Turkey creek, thence townships 21 and 22. run west
boro county because of the removal After reading the notice of John Henry it intersects the township line between town- northeasterly in centre of said creek to the south OB said township line to Indian river, thence

it I from office of Sheriff Robert A. Jack in our last week's county papers, sta- ships 21 and 22, thence west on said township mouth thereof on Indian river thence northeasterly creek,along thence Indian river to centre of Banana
ting that under no circumstances will he line to the west line of the countv, thence to the section line between sections eastward and northward in
'.; I '. : son. Governor Broward caused the be a candidate for any office at thenext south along the west line of the county to the 17 and 20, township 28 8" K. 38 E., on the centre the west line said of creek Banana to its intersection with
; removal on charges of drunkennessand primary election, I herewith announcemy south line of Deiespine grant, thence northeasterly east bank of Indian river thence east on said ward in Banana river ,river, thence south
along the south line of said to section line to the Atlantic to the south line of
candidacy for the office of grant ocean, then southerly township 24, .
appointed E. D. Hobb's of Tampa the Indian river thence northward along along the ocean beach to section line dividing including all islands in Banana
treasurerof Brev'ardcounty. If electedto river within the above
Indian river to the north line of the incorporated sections 11 and boundary lines thence
the term 23 township 29
of S.
for the remaining period K
east on said south
this office I line
promise to give to the of Twp.
S 24 to the
limits of Titusville, being the point 38 E., thence west on said section line to the Atlantic -
of office. people of the county as good service as of beginning. west line of the county, being the section line ocean. thence northward along the
1 ocean beach to the point of beginning.

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-.J4: :: ;, Miss Gertrude of Shiloh -
Mosby .
t .. 'COMMISSIONERS WELCOME THE ADVICE is visiting Miss Minnie Dyall this ;.
t;., '. ,.". ,'
:s.;,', week. 1 art
Pat It in Some Safe Place for It :
It, rae BreVard commissioners lay Mr. H. G. Putnam is still away,his AbsolutelyPure

., .%4t at the court house in Titusville, Come In Handy Some Day health not having improved as fastas F I..

., ;, yjMch.2.1908,,at2:00p.m. Present, he had hoped for. LL ; ,
' 'i Here is a simple home-made mix- tf
_"' "YRJ".' Conkling, chairman; J. M. Ostfa -. ture as given by an eminent authority Mr. John Putnam,who has been at .
T. A. Robinson and T.J. Cocksfautf
home since December left
; Tuesdayfor
f i on kidney diseases, who makes ,
C"7.f and J. R. Miot with A. A.
the statement in a New York daily Georgia and will resume his rail-
: ,Stewart: clerk; J.P.Brown,sheriff. newspaper that it will relieve almost road work there. From
The minutes of the last ,
meeting ,
' of Mr. Clayton has been
' any case kidney trouble if taken McCullough
.t. ,of the board read and
were approved before the stage of Bright's disease. clerking for Putnam & Fowler for a y the most healthful e.
., _: Report of clerk of circuit court of .
' H?states that such symptoms as lame I few weeks, so that Mr. Fowler may I .3Ad

i/" fines was and received.forfeitures during February back, pain in the side, frequent de- I take a much needed rest. leT.7 of fruits, comes the Q Re' re

sire to urinate, especially at night; Mrs. Fannie Coleman, who has a
" Report of county judge of fines .
and forfeitures during February painful and discolored urination are been quite ill, first with grippe and chief ingredient of %

received. was readily overcome. Here is the recipe; then with bronchitis, is improving in _

' try it: health quite fast this week. :
The treasurer's report was receiv- Fluid extract dandelion, one-half BAKING 4
:Mrs. E. S.Coutant Wednesday
: ed and checked up and paid warrants HO'WA. ,
:'',' destroyed. ounce;Compound Kargon,one ounce; of last week for Live Oak,where she '

,. Ordered that all election precincts compound syrup sarsaparilla, three will make an extended visit with her '<< IAl.POWDER : 't
ounces. Take a teaspoonful after r
in Brevard shall in daughter, Mrs. W. L. Howes.
county the futurebe t ;
each meal and at bedtime.A The only baking powder mCosts .
known by names, numbers and well-known Mr. and Mrs. Christiancy arrivedat ,.
druggist here in
boundaries as published in another Oak Hill Saturday and Mrs.Chris- made from Royal .. '
town is
authority that these ingred- ,
column in THE STAR. tiancy and her mother were guests of f -
Cream #
ients are all harmless and easily : i
Reports of Justices Chas.'H. Nau- Mrs. Julius Moulton over Sunday. l
mixed at home by shaking well in a 0 of Tartar .
man, J. M. Sanders, L. K. Myers, bottle. This mixture has a peculiar :Miss Erin :McCormick, of Eufala, .. .

W. B.Roesch and C.. T.McBride were healing and soothing effect upon the Ala., is with Miss Mary Comer, at ,'.,

received. entire kidney and urinary structure Comer's orange grove, and the two I ,', ?,

.Sheriff'S report to state auditor, I and often overcomes the worst formsof young ladies, with Miss Cornelia Ma- (! .:'.. l. "

: showing fines due Brevard county rheumatism in,just a little while. gruder, make frequent visits to Oak
: little
than the
alum 4
I a more injurious
amounting to $208.75 was received This mixture is said to remove all Hill.The Of pnotpnate of lima powders but with .
and approved. work train,under Capt. Petty, \ '
blood disorders and cure the rheum- ibJt D Royal you are sure of pure,healthful food. _
Report of J. 0. Fries, et al, mark- atism by forcing the kidneys to filter has finished laying the iron between .

ing, viewing and laying out a public and strain from the blood and system here and New Smyrna and is now .

road was received and same is declared all uric acid, and foul, decomposedwaste engaged in surfacing the track with I 1

,- a public road. matter, which cause these afflictions 0>> about thirty men and will leave

Petition of J. E. Miller, et al, re- Try it if you aren't well. next week. -- It

questing the board to hard surface Save the prescription.W. The dredge Florida finished the Vessel Ashore at Jupiter and as she is an old craft of ICO tons

the road running from Judge Rob- dredging through the canal Mondayand The Tropical Sun of West Palm she will not last long in the heavy

e, bins' place to the Kenyon place was E.Goldsmith, mdse for Co. home 5109G. will soon reach the canal at Clif- Beach says:

: received and after investigation the F.Duren, meat.I.I.1 815 ton. Capt. Sharp and crew have A British brigantine was wreckedoff surf.Three of the crew came to this T

,\ board finds same cannot be grantedas B.E.L.F.Brady Wright; &, mdse ". ".. .". 27 12 75 10; been most courteous and have improved Jupiter last Sunday: night She was city Tuesday to see Mr. Dwight Allen I. '

said road is not a public road and Jas. Pritchard &Son, mdse.Co. home 120 our channel greatly. the James Daley of Yarmouth, Nova the customs collector in search of as- _

the board has no authority to expend B.J. Dunham. supt. of county home. 43 00 Mrs. Blakesly, of Cleveland, Ohio, Scotia, from Cardenas, Cuba to Brunswick sistance. Mr. Allen telegraphed to

money on roads that have not been E.C Advocate, statement___ 100 who spent last week with Mr.and:Mrs. Ga., in ballast The captain,I Key West and received instructions to
/ declared public roads. The Florida Star, printing cards850 Thomas Anderson and seven men saved turn the men over to the British con
F. M.Taylor, envlps for Judge-__..__ 1103 W. A. Warnock, at Eldora, left on themselves in the"esseJ's boat and srul at Jacksonville, to whom he wired r !
Pension claim of John F. Geiger E. M.Stokes, ferryman______________ 500J. Monday and Miss Alice Robson, of for instructions. The men will probably
for Confederate pension was ap .M.Sanders, coroner-_____________ 300 Salem Mass., who has been the guestof landed at Jupiter.
be sent home by the consul. i
The Daley had been on the rocks a;
proved. Wm Maier, painting Co.judge's office. 1 15;
Miss Warnock leaves Thurs- ,
Cardenas bound to
and was
Tax collector's report of licenses ROAD FUND DIST. SO. 1. A Board of Trade has been organized f.

collected during the month of Feb- F. E. Stone, repairing bridge_________ 350 day.There two buildings goingup for repairs, she leaked badly an I in Fort Mjers with J. E. Hendry,
are new
the men were kept at the pumps con
'ruary, 1908, amounting to $154.00 ROAD FUND DIST. 2>O. 2. a dwelling house for Mr. A. M. stantly. Owing to heavy weather, the president; H. E. Heitman, vicepresident -
for the state,and$79.50 for the county Road work, feed for mules, viewing Holmes the depot and grain ; F. C. Alderman, secretary andC.
received. road, etc.,_______________________ 116 80 near a captain changed his plans and was F. Roberts, treasurer.
was house for Mr. W. C. Howes and the attempting to get to Key West, but
collector's list of ROAD WORK DIST.NO.3.
Tax poll taxes dwelling house for Mr. P. :M. Peteel the gale drove him toward the Florida About two hundred feet oi toe tres-
Shell, rod work,team hire,feed,marl 647 72
collected during the month of Feb- has been finished since the last items coast and the vessel was anchored, tle of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad

ruary, 1908, for the year 1907, ROAD FUND DISC. SO.4. were sent in. but she dragged ,on the beach Satuc"ay. *- bridge at Peace river, two miles southof

amounting to $36.00,was received. Road work, feed, digging marl, etc.___ 218 64 The men staid by her and kept Wauchula, was burned last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatton Tumor and i
The chairman appointed Messrs. ROAD FUND DIST. No.5. pumps going, but Sunday were forcedto
Miss Burchfield arrived last week
Robinson, Miot and Conkling a com- Road work, hauling, tools, feed pay of abandon the "vessel and soon aftep Cheapest accident Insurance-Dr. Tbomal'i
and are pleasantly situated at their Electric Oil. the and heals the
supervisor,surveying, lumber, etc.3.j6.J.1 Stops pain
mittee to visit the poor farm and report they left her, she turned on helt side. wound. All druggists it. -i
GAME ARDEN FUND.J new home purchased from Mr. T. B. I
to the board. The committee ---
P Brown,salary as game warden, _. 35 00 Allen, after a pleasant trip south as

: reported.The superintendent of the poor Paid for commis'ns on bunt'g permits. 21800 far as Palm Beach and will remain EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. .

FINE:AND FORFEITURE: FUND. for a few weeks.A .
farm filed his report showing that he
Paid for criminal prosecutions in circuit 1
! had sold produce from the poor farm county judge's,justices court 45 24 contract has been awarded by DEALERS IN >i

- as follows: J. P. Brown, feed for prisoners_____ 112 80 congregation of the First Unitarian

t, D Daring mouth. of N>veml>er, 1907____ $ 8 35 I On motion the board adjournedto Congregational church of Jacksonvillefor Lumber and Building Materials
co. ____ 17.17
D first
.. .. meet again on Mondayin
' ____
:_ January, 15.17F edifice to cost $20,000 and to be located .
II.. ____ April at 2 p. m.
r.r 1972
;: bruary on'the southeast corner of Hogan OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL

':' Total_____________----------------- | 60.41 Auto Backed into Halifax River and Union streets.Rheuma.tic Yards at TitusYille, Coeoa, Eau Gallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach .

i -. Commissioner Osban was instructed Thursday morning about ten o'clock Pains RelievedB. We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders
.. to correspcnd with the Austins as H. H. Thorp was turning his automobile for shipment direct from the millsHARDWARE { _
!'., F. Crocker, Esq., now 84 years of age.
.: Western Road Machinery Co. relative on the South Bridge the machine ant for twenty years justice of the peace at ____ .t
l;' to exchanging the dump wagon backed through the railing and Martinsbnrg Iowa, says: "I am terribly afflicted --
with sciatic rheumatism in mv left "
w..v.v.V.WW..v.\.v..W Wr..W '.Wr"r.
for a road roller. turned bottom aide up in the rive-, arm and right hip. I have used three bottles ::1
law requiring the with Mr. Thorp under it. Bystanders of Chamberlain's Pin Balm and it did me
: There being no "
lots of good. For sale by Titusville Phar '
: clerk of the circuit court to keep a took him from the water as soon as macy and all dealers."othes .

record of the hunting licenses issued possible. At this time it is impossible -
to determine his injuries, but it is itching skin, heals cuts or burns
seconded and carried
" it was moved, without scar. Cures piles eczema salt
such said that be sustained severe internal rheum, any itching. Duan's Ointment. Your
that he is not required to keep
sells .
druggist .
injuries and a broken arm.-Daytona
record. "

.:. proved The following and warrants vouchers ordered were to ap-be Journal. East Coast Meat MarketG.F.DURENAGENT Jas. Pritchard & Son

' drawn for same. YourOwnDoctor I Handle the Finest Lines of


M. Osban,county commissioner---$ 8 00 Florida and Heavy and Shelf Hardware

"i... J. R. Miot, county comm'r and mileage 13 40
.. 16 80i .
: R. A.Conj T. A. Robinson, 1100 WesternHeats ,
. T.J.Cockshott, 8 bO : Our Stock of

A. A.Stewart. &ccountant---------- 30 00

J.P. Brown, waiting on board______ 4 00 Guns and Sporting Goodsis
A.A.Stewart minutes for publication 5 00 If he tells you to take Ayer'sCherry

John Henry,prep.precinct boundaries 20 00 Pectoral for your of all l Kinds, complete at all times

John Henry, apport'g tax redemptions 16.20 severe cough or bronchial ; :

W.S.Norwood, registration officer__ 15 00 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA .
take it. If he has ---- ---- -- -- -- - -
trouble, then -- -- -
J.P.Brown janitor__________ 5 00 '
J.P. Brown,care of courthouse ground 30 00 anything better, then take that.
0. A. STEWARTM Paints and Oils of Qualityone
fitasville Electric Light Co. lights__ 4105 We have great confidence in

Lou.O.Strickland Fries, laying, wood sewer for piping clerk's_office_____ 250 125J. this medicine. So will you, of our Specialties i

. J.a Obban, posts for court house1750 when you once know it. il l

r ." P.J.Hall, tank at jail______________ W 00 The but kind of a testimonial- Fire Insurance
;' P.J. Hall work at jail-------------. 264 01Titosville "Sold for over ixty years." Quotations for large or small orders will
'j'f Pharmacy,medicine for jail 4 90 .
Iroquois Mfg.Co., disinfectant for jail 7 35 .1.180 byZ.m.aau O. Qtaaren ott'SARSAPARILLA. *** be given personal attention. Mail Orders .

f'i P. H. Wright, freight on disinfectant. 21 AKa4e TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI solicited and promptly filled
J.B. Walker Ox, mdse for jail.-__ 950 I
> Co., engine ands HAIR \ICOB.

: ;, Rider-Ericson pump for jaiL Engine_________________ 160 00 W.hire BO secrets! We puWulth represent some of the leading l TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
of the world and
';': G. W. Holmes med. for Co.home---- 155 formal of all ov medicine companies any

_-.: Titusrille Pharmacy, med-for Co.home 305 Keep the bowels open with one of business prompt entrusted andcareful to me attention will receive M.Y-v yMI._ y>WI._ ..\ } \IAI!>wnN

p. E. W.Dunn cook at county home.-- 1000 Ayer's Pills at bedtime. Just one.


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Socialist Membership 35.0C0. .

National Secretary J. Mahlon Barnesof .

: ; the Socialist party in his official report .
of tk
regular,heeltb 1DOnm-D&
If hanll't a
for 1007 says the sale of party >ow you.M even day.yoa'r 1U jrtdwt wiU N, Keep yeas
.Dd be well. Fon.18 the ahape of ,
stamps indicate a total membershipof .wel. .. The
phrsie or pill poison. II 4upro.
about ;.OtO at the present time. al- moothett euiett. most perfect war et u.pUlC
the bowels el.4t md clean is to ease
hough the for the was
... average year
;, *:%:IP .. only 29.270. The party has forty stateor CANDYCATHARTIC

lM' territorial organizations and 2.000ocaU.

The states having the greatest

number are in order named as follows:

New York. Pennsylvania Illinois. Wisousia. -

: )- : ,: Ohio. California. Oklahoma.
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j z : -= 1__ J Iae-ahmi-tts. Nea rvrscy and Mian-
smith of Michigan and :Senator Bever-,! of his borne state folks. who cheered :::ot.\.

; ; dge had criticised the bond feature of ;i him wildly as the next president" In Bradley Elected: Senator.

j I CONGRESSIONAL I II the bill. Aldrich said he could not fix j j ja the first place it is noteworthy that Former Governor RraJley of Ken- Ple 8 EAT nt. P.Ut',LIKE Potent.CANDY Taste Good. Do

date for the vote until Senator La this platform contains no reference to tucky. the first Republican ever t.)hold Good. Kever Su Vn, Weaken or Onpe; 10. &u4

o I ; .. 10 Probe Submarine Charges. Pelletfe should have an opportunity tebe government ownership or to the initiative that office ius been elected to the (0 cents OB boa.Addr writ*.for tree sample,all4 booklet m -

..: AtterzIerin;: the matter for overa heard. It was said that seventeenRepublican and referendum. But it does declare United States senate with the aid of Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago Of New Yftrtu
for the federal licensing of four lJeu ot"ratk''otl'S after the wjtn-
senators had showed signs corporations CLEAN
week tJi.bouse committee ou rules KEEP YOUR BLOOD
of joining; the minority against the Aldrich and mates some quite pointed drawal of Beck-
;4 ... decided t: anthorfct na Investigation i
bilL Andrew Carnegie wrote references to specific reform of the ham had made
b of the charges made by Representativel has
of the government,
_; of C'Minecti- Fowler in support of bis bill tariff. They would place on the free f 7' \ possible the patrons; the most
,3 list all articles that come in competition 1- ; breaking of the built the largest and probably
cut to the effect House Gag Rules Assailed.nepreseutati"e con
airship ever
with trust made goods and reductions .) long deadlock In scientifically planned
; ; that certain: m' lll- Murdock of Kansas structed.Lover's.
upon the necessaries of life. \;:? the legislature:
4f '* bers of the cava a member of the postoffice committee .c-1::
4 S Other important planks favor a national y4 q'-s Reck ham. who :
; affairs! committee in advocating; provision for making! ('. Rhyme to Postman.A .
income and inheritance
tax } served
I urge as governor
; who \oteJ for the general the new system of weighing: immediate independence for the Philippines '.. 1- after the letter carrier who delivered a letter ,

4 ; .r purchase of suliaui- the mails which bad been tried with demand \ addressed In a masculine band to a
reduction of railroad \. murder of Ooebel -
5, 4" r rines from the E ectru success by order of the ostmater dividends and oppose both the Aldrich @1 .,f \.'\ "t\ and the young; woman in the upper section of

Bait companyheld general, bitterly attacked the system and Fowler currency bills now before i.NJ, ," 4 flight of Go4 \- New York the other day happened to .

_-.i- :. : iniproivr relations of legislation in the house. Under it congress saying that emergency cur .... :: .& ernor Taylor. notice an Inscription on the flap of the
: with that com he said that the vitality of the individual's \ envelope which read:
& !
should be controlled the k
rency by government. \: -' : bad been named
q pany. __ .\ 'ft' .
for this l'- Take this to my black eyed beautr.
-z- purposebaring must come making the rules! committee :
ia line with the of President
policies '
I \: by the Democratic --- t
been pushed elective and all committee
proceedings Roosevelt including the postal primaries A Cure for Misery"I
by the hoise. the public.Inquiry savings banks. employers' liability, the Governor Bradleyanti bad the
w. have found for the misery malaria
a cure
speaker appoiuteJ :tRepreSf.'ntatl"e Into Bank Loans.
eight hour day. conciliation of labor. support of the party's national leader.Sryan. poison produce," says R 1[. Jame of Loud #
; committee to d. theLilley.
Senator Tillman moved a resolution: modification of injunction law. etc. But this only Intensified th:- hen, S. C. "1t'a called Electric Bitten and
:. .. probing. It wa" stLI : in .bottles. It breaks a case
designed to stop loans by national Taft Captures Ohio Convention.The ; of certain factions. Before comes 50 cent up
; that Lilley would Le placed soaiewiut banks to speculators although its Immediate opposition I of chills or a bilious attack in alnust no time
11 ;a' on the defensive by being: required toprove is to Information first day of the Ohio Republican the vote was announced the four re- and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of conniss.ioii. *-
!- purpose get convention at Columbus made it plain ll'lIiou-i Democrats were urged to ." This great tunic medicine and
,- his charges on penalty of 1 beiu; from the treasury about all the loans blood purifier gives quick re ief in stomach.
: that Foraker had not a corporal'sguard change to McCrrary or any other Dem
: censured. Two men not In congress made by New York banks during the liver awl kidney complaints and the miseryof
: who were implicated in the charges as a following; and that 1\t ocrat. but stolidly refused. Bryan'scomment lame back. Sold under guarantee at the
six months prior to Dee. 1 last Till
.. would be the unanimous choice of 1Fi e on the result was. "I cannot ia uner Drag Store.
bare brought libel suits against Lilley.
said. tock is the most
man gambling
party for the presidential nomination.The see where the selection of :Mr. Bradley
Sims Supports Warship Critici.I and devilish of
; pernicious dangerous
j friends of the war secretary took will have any effect on national poll-

rtt [ .." The senate committee on naval affairs all the pernicious dangerous: and dev- possession of the state committee and tics but I regard it as a great mis-
it struck what might be caIIe4flT lush things done In New York." Senator "
I named W. F. Brown of Toledo as fortune. 11
'. "pay dirt" in Its investigation of the Aldrich opposed the resolution .an chairman. MsPi
Secretary of the Interior Johnson In the Race.
jfa: charges: published against the bureaus the :ground: that it should include all James R. Garfield was chosen temporary After bitter fight the Democraticstate
for other cities wbere stock gambling takes a
responsible the construction of the .
chairman and be declared that
committee of Minnesota, by a
when Commander. II. Sims. place.[ It was referred to his committee. -
nary the issue of the campaign would be This popular remedy never fails to
of GS 23
vote to adopted a
44 naval aid to the president, was called effectually cure
the continuance of the Roosevelt policies. Indorsing Governor John A. Johnsonof

21V to the witness chair. Sims I Is the The platform indorses these In a Minnesota for the Democratic presI- Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick

rfft:: officer who was tho. ,.It to have in- Headache Biliousness
I EXECUTIVE .1 ITo way to suit Taft with special dential nomination. The Bryan men ,

: : : spired the article In McCIure's by Art- to the rate ti'.I: and the employers liability gave notice that they would not be And ALL DISEASES arising; from a

T. '1st Reuterdahl, and Sims frankly told bill and favors tariff revision and
Liver and Bad
Drive Out Anarchists. bound by the action of the committee. Torpid Digestion
Sj :the committee at the outset that he
!1 : was "the cause of all this trouble." As if moved to action by the attempt according: the negro all his civil rights. but would make a fight throughout the The natural result Is food appetiteand
Burton is favored for Foraker's seat .
state for the control of the state con- solid flesh. Dose small;elegantly
: The committee however headed off on the life of Chief Shippy of Chicagoand in the senate. vention. sugar coated and easy to sw allow.

; his general statement and confined him by other recent acts of violence
Hay wood's Philadelphia Meeting. South Carolina's New Senator. Take No Substitute.
f to particular questions of construction. the federal administration has begunan

- Sims said that for twelve years in his aggressive; campaign: against: all anarchists Despite the previous announcementof : The South Carolina legislature convened

official capacity he had been pointing or advocates of violence. Secretary the Philadelphia authorities that the in special session has elected

% out the blunders of the navy department of Commerce and Labor Straus meeting of Socialists to hear W. D. Frank; Boyd Gary to succeed AsburyC.

and contradicted the impression ordered all commissioners and inspect Hay wood March 1 would not be allowed 1. Latimer in the United States senate

r .i given out that he was either a young ors uf Immigration to confer with the tbe meeting: was held a police serving; out the term to March 3, 1909.

or an inexperienced officer. He frankly police and detective authorities in the officer sitting on the platform in plain

accused Rear Admiral Converse and various cities iu order to obtain definite clothes and a sqyad being; held in waiting Wormologyshould
: near by. Several thousand people be stud it d by every parent If you
information about all alien an
Chief Constructor with
Capps having
: j., child is nervous fretful starts: in it's s eep,
maXle and archists. The order points out that any cheered the Western Federation man is has
misleading inadvertently : pasty faced : rings under it's eyes, always -
: false statements in the defense of the such person who has been convicted of in his attack on President Hoose\"et! : seems hungry, is not gaining weight Say.Ma.If II:re win I be as big-ooseasyou?
- and of the you can be sure the trouble is worms. White's Yes, my child. II ion don't use
and virtually repeated the statements a crime or misdemeanor may be de- justification stealing on part

v-c. navy of Ileuterdahl as to the rejection porte within three years after landing of the unemployed. He referred to the CreAm worms. Vermifuge Is it's own is absolute Sold cure by Ti-for MAGIC WHITE SOAP.Rub .

i in this At the time president as the man who shot Spaniards Mafic on soiled pans leave them ID
f'I of criticism, the lowness of the : country. same tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. war..r o-. hour. No bo1.nno "asbtxjard*
k armor belt. and so on. In the course added precautions will be taken to prevent in the back and then told aboutIt no h 'cuIie.. If you U.MS MAUIO WHITK I

t 'of his statement Sims asserted that the the admission of anarchists from ," and the chairman of the meeting. The Airship In War. like SOAP. Will iron city as ma.-ic. has no rosin
i yellow
"OlPGet our crocer to order &
F marksmanship of the American gunners other countries.To Moore, caned Roosevelt a -capitalist Airships j od their value In future or sTwl rn ft ,0 for 1 tw-x; of ,-0 S';. cakti.
tool." The latter asserted: that the recent We pay !ori..igI.v.! Sa>e tie
Enforce the : rappers.
V in the Spanish war was "the most Nine Hour Law. warfare are thus treated by Henry P..

t disgraceful exhibition of inefficiency All petitions for the extension of the riot in Broad street was not a Herscy in an article published In the MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld

that took At the battle of riot. but a tight started by a bicyclecop New Orleans La.HfMOTHPAPER.
I ever place. time within which to comply with the :March Century entitled "Experiences ,

Santiago the percentage of hits was so called nine hour law limiting the anfl a wagon deliberately running In the Sky:" The dirigible balloon or

less than four. He insisted that the hours of service for railroad telegraphers Into the parade of the unemployed. airship as it Is usually called. IS now ?

?- armor belt on all our battleships is too were denied by the interstate McClellan and Murphy Peace Pact aa established success and is sure to

.. low and that European constructors allow commerce commission and the law The fact that Leader Murphy of play an important part In future wars. ,

for full coa.l bunkers and long: went into effect March. The commission Tammany and Mayor McClellan of The French government Is taking th*- A moth destroyer and disinfectant Placed
under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing .
L. voyage conditionS fixing the heightof held that it had no discretion In Sew York lunched together recentlywas lead in the matter and will soon have a it drives away moths and worry Twelve

their belts. The logs of the Pacific the matter and that it could make exceptions thought to be an incident having whole fleet of aerial cruisers capableof sheet in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cenU.

fleet would show that when the ships in particular cases after duo important bearing on national polio sailing over the enemy's defenses Six packets 30 cents if druggist doesn't have it.

I arrived at Rio their belts were a foot hearings. It had been intimated that tics. It was tbe outward sign that the and dropping hundreds of pounds o' Madigan Powder Work.Selection B46Clarkecvlllc

k : and a half under water. Admiral the railroads would close up thousandsof long rumored peace pact between the dynamite into their fortification or of Iowa

r: Capps. who was allowed to cross examine stations in out of the way places if mayor's faction of the local Democracy gliding quietly out at night: over a l>attleship TIME IS

- Elms doubted the truth of this the law went into effect In all the I and Tammany had been achieved. and dropping down on he MONEY

i, statement. larger places lare increases in the This would mean that tbe state organization enough dynamite to send her. a sintered ?-

t. Picas For Woman Suffrage. force of telegraphers were nude necessary. would send an anti-Bryan delegation wreck with all on l.oan!. *o tli

F. Before the senate committee on woman to the Denver convention and bottom of the sea. Germany is also

, c'. suffrage and the house committee New Record In Gunnery. that McClellan again might become a making rapid strides in this work

-;i_ on the judiciary: representatives of the Lieutenant John II. Ferguson: in party leader possibly a presidential Count Zenno'in working under the _

. _;} National Woman Suffrage association charge of an eight inch :gun engagedin candidate. Lovers
made their annual The Rev Socialists Charge a Plot.
target practice at :Madalena bay.
of good health should prevent sickness in- ;
.{ Anna Shaw president of the association has made the new record of twenty The Appeal to Reason and other stead of letting themselves get sick and then

c ; Mrs. Belva Lockwood. who once five hits in twenty-five shots at the leading Socialist papers are raising a try to cure it. So lung as you keep your

ran for president. and Mrs. Fannie Per rate <>f 2.0S shots: a minute. great cry of alarm over a bill recently bowels: and stomach in a healthy and active
condition won't get sick. Ballard's Hu-
: nals adrcssed the committee. In introduced in the Peuros-e of you
senate senate by tiM I,
National Expenditures Increasing. relieves constipation, inactive !liver and
the house committee. besides Mrs. Catt. Pennsylvania which, would give to the all s><'h and bowel troubles. Sold by Ti-
During the month of February the !
; 3Irs. Upton and other well known women postmaster general absolute:: i>ower to .tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. I
of the federal
expenses operating
: orators. Senator Owen of Okla gov- j exclude any publication from the mails I -
eminent were nearly $lO. IIO.OOO greater -
t boma joined in the speaking. This which he sees fit. The Appeal intimates I
than in the same month of lost .
unusual feature of the year that this is of the
; was an hearing part conspiracy This is juntas true
nuking the current year's deficit over regard to Sewiag
; the senator advocating universal suffrage directed against it by the KOMTU Machines Ib anything elo.
$:=ttkkttw.r .
t -- and saying that only the saloon ment and that if this bill is passed an By using Long Shuttle Machines DO matter

- L -- element kept the suffrage clause out of attempt will be made to suppress the how well made you are actually tbr...i e .

the new Oklahoma constitution. lIe I POLITICAL I Socialist press of the country. away 3 hours out III'every aevcn. .
i drew attention to the fact that in suffrage Caleb Powers For Congress. SEWING ROTARY MACHINEWill SHUTTLE

states the percentage of womenconvicts From his evil. where he awaits
prison make 350 stitches
in the
Kansas time
Instructs For TafL I same \MX
tf .: is very small. Wyoming: having : pardon or another trial. Caleb Powers Shuttle Machines make only 3m.
not one woman so confined. Mos The Kansas Republican conventionat The StamUid Rotary
has begun; a canvass of the Eleventh L> Btwot iri.
Topeka. as was eii>ected. ga>e the entifically correct which fact
e of the speakers laid great stress on the Kentucky district for the Republican hubeeuix v 4i .
delegates at large instructions for by 25 ytars of succtWul use in all parts (tfce
; opposition of the liquor interests, implying congressional nomination. He urge world and by our compttitors
Taft :Senator: Long, who heads the. contiuuoiulr
that the woman vote would be that this will be in the nature of a vindication trvniK to copy It without sucm.. iRE
delegation said that Kansas had starti
I : for temperance reform. at the hands of his borne (('{)- ROTARY. TilE
; i I ed the Taft booni.Bryan's WORLD'S BE.VT: SEWINO MACHINE .. I
Ground. pe.!
Losing machines in one-Loi-k and Chain StiLh
Nebraska -
Following the report of the Fowler Platform.In Taft Meeting at BQston.I Ball tearing !SunilStraightutow.i( Lift.
I the platform adopted by the Nebraska no Dot fail to inveetigste
: currency bill from the committee to Secretary of War Taft and Senator F&-test. Most Silent merits of the I
Democratic state contention at I Easiest Kunuiuz
and U >
the house last week interest in that: Burkett of Nebraska; were the chief most durable Sewing Machine
Omaha \\ben Instructed made, TilE ,
: measure as a rallying point of the adversaries I guests of tbe Republican club of STANDARD ROTARY. "A dt"moDstratinR" '
as a unit for Bryan as the party's i FRIEND TO FRIEND. a revelation" Write for
of the Aldrich bill greatly Massachusetts and addressed a great prict1l and Eay Paymeat --
: presidential nominee the nation recognizes -I Plan. (uara.nteed Sewing I&ebi I
McCumber of North ,
increased. Senator gathering in Symphony hall. Burket
tbe hand of Nebraskan and The personal recommendations of people l2AlOup.
? Dakota joined the Republican proces. insisted that the agitated condition of The Standard Sewing Machine 'I
the principles and policies on which he who have been cured of coughs and M Co.
-+. sion of disaffection by saying that he te country was not due to radicalism S. Broad St. AtUnU. G.
1 will ask the of the if
suffrages people
did not like the Aldrich measure. although I but was -the proof of business dishou colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Standard
r he would probably have to vote nominated at Denver.>> Bryan was esty." lIe said the trouble with Wail have done more than all else to make it a Machineis

for it as the only thing offered by his I there in person to assist the resolutions street was that it wanted to force its j staple article of trade and commerce over sold by the Indian River
committee and to receive the plaudits
1 party in the senate. Both Senator measure of business morals on all the a large part of the civilized world. Music House, Titusville.4


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