The Florida star ( March 20, 1908 )

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Material Information

Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
March 20, 1908
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID:
UF00075901:00276

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

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TITUSVJLLE, FLA., FRIDAY; MARCH 20, 1908


NO. 48


NI"ottoows Oq s mAoiqep zit for t10Cloof Ot1NOWS Also.


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FBUEUT WEEK




I%4 9Mpr esp I at Ganider's and get a
so.. 5IMyate is seag goods off
a met. Came awl get bImgan.I
L M. Doneof.
-gL. W. H. Sharpe, of Sharpes,
=. i town Wednesday afternoon
_i.*g sume of his friends.
A.P. Grber expects to take
,g aof the soda ntain and cool
pkaOnd at the Tutasville Phar-
Smer xt Monday morning and will
ornme e cream.
-Ir- ay marked the first obeer-
lem of tas Thursday half-hoiday
fey-do -bmb houses of Titusville
inu totheagreementpublisbed
i* nT A lbat week.
2iU Ida M. Dodson expects to
Io mway shortly for Kanas, to re-
a th e wbeAdnitely, and to that
e d is dhaposing of herstoek of goods
at the toy ad novelty store.
The Fultom cottage, which has
pIMAtifaly been rebuilt by Capt. Flu-
dner, te present owner, will be oe-
epied bI Mr. Jens Jensen and wife
as s as the repairs are completed.
Mrs Gould and son, Mr. W. K.
Godd, of Cooa, spent a part of Tfues-
day w Wed dayh in tusille at-
m to some important business.
Mrs. G gave THa STAR office a
pl-esnt all Tuesday.
.Mers. Frank M. Wilson and S.F.
Gray, of Canaveral, hipped away
Imaad a half tons of saw palmetto
berries Tuesday which were brought
ver through Banana creek in Wil-
Sson's eatboat and in Bob Burns'
Sharpie. *
Bert Southal,of Miami, did not
take his raig motor boat, HotStuff,
to thePalm Beach races this week on
COsInt of his motor not working
tiactorily. With a much larger
ogine another year he expects to
make25emiles.
Spring term of circuit court con-
vees at this place next week. The
mast important mase to be tried will
be that of young Newsome, charged
with the murder of Willie Hall, at
Fort Pieree, a change of venue hav-
ing been taken to this county.
Mr. A. H. MeKeown, of Rooklemige,
paid a visit to the countyy seat Tues-
day in his trim little launch and made
i SnrA office a short call. Mr.
feKeown expects to remain in Rock-
ledge about a month longer before
going north for the summer.
Mr. D. N. Cone, accompanied by
his daughter-in-law, Mrs. H. I. Cone
ad little d-*ghter iraiOheth, ar-
Hveid Saturday for a short visit with
lis daughter, Mrs.W. T. Mathers.
Tiey left Tuesday afternoon, accom-
paded also on their return by Mrs.
Case's shter. Miss Seldon, mention
d whose arrival the week before was
maesde in last week's STra.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
1.ee taDca -c.e. free with cash
eehamc. A ftr the kets.
lea batteries and spark coils.
asebsn. bats, gloves, mits.
uas. A. GAmmOnm, 'Phone 34
Photograph Galery
Go to Faust, the photographer, on
J-a street, for artistic hts. All
wf hst e sad n pyattded
el |*pa a specialty.


Draagor iMILgefaB kiwds prompt-
Sattemisd to. Meet all teams.
H. E. HOLTON,
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SPIC AIcD I In U MINS


Our lineHof HUI nothing, made
by the celebrated Slos Bros., in
suits $L00 to $2M00. To see them is
to wantthem. We are headquarters
for Wlson Bros. fine shirts, n e,
coat style, with and without at-
tched oft hirts with and without
collars prices 50 cents to $1.50.
The awellest ine of fine hosiery
ever shown. We have the largest
and best aortment of Panama and
straw hats shown in the city.
Call in and let us fit you up for
summer.
WINSTON S BANNING
Up to Date Clothing House
itaville, Florida.
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Dredgeboat Florida
The government auction dredge
and snagboat, Florida, conwm' nccd
work the first of this week deepening
the channel in the canal at Clifton in
order that the dredge could pmas into
Indian river and proceed on her way
to Gilberts bar, where she has work
to be done.
The Florida draws over five feet of
water and it will require about five
days to dig herself through the canal
into Indian river.
The boat is provided with the cus-
tomary agitator of suction dredges
and pumps out a vast amount of sand
in a day's work. The boat is in
charge of Capt. J. P. Sharp, who, be-
fore taking o n,*mIuid of this craft,
was employed on the gulf coast. We
had the pleure of meeting Capt.
Sharp onboard the Florida Sunday
(the editor's family included) and
found him to be a most pleasant and
entertaining getlma
The Florida willstophere on her
way down the river to take aboard a
carload of coal. Two shiftsof hands
are kept busy working night and day.
The boat is provided with powerful
machinery and modern conven*noees,
such as electric lights, has its own ice
plant, and speeds up to 10 miles an
hour with stern wheel for means of
propulsion.
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's
E0oth -
Men's neckwear, regular 50 cents
quality, Monday's special 25 cents.
Men's neglige shirts, with collars
and cuffs attached, in white and
cream, worth $1.50, special 1SM.
Just received an endless variety of
men's and boys' e loisig If you are
thinking of buying a suit it will pay
you to examine our line, we can fit
you and suit you and save you money.
Odd trousers, we have about 1,000
sinew and up-to-date patterns.
styles are right.
JULtaS KLN,
Titusville Fta.
Ford Light Roadster
Wait and see the new model Ford
light roadster automobile which Mr.
Oliver will send down this way for
inspection as soon as the first ship-
ment comes from the factory in De-
troit in a few weeks' time. This car
has rumble seat at rear and many im-
provements over the very popular
runabout style S.

Sunday, 4 o'clock p. m., at No. 6,
city dock.
This lecture is educational and an-
swers the question: How can we
satisfy demand perfectly? The ques-
tion is fuudamwnt.l and includes eve-
ry phase of society.
The hall is open to ladies and gen-
tlemen. Admission free.
ADUEMAR BRADY.
Orange and Gapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hamtock Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 5 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. G ,IFFIS.


Shiloh, Fla.
A cool drink at a cool place at
MANDY'S.


LATEST IKWS

AND INCIDENTS

nPndal rftimgaph t ?ho that
Tavd iu Isa Thm
Full line of single cots just arrived
in blue serge and mohair, single and
double breasted, 5L00 and 7.50 at
Banning's.
St. Patricks day, March 17th, was
celebrated in Ttusvile Tuesday by
the ". iarng of the green."
County Commimioner J. M. Osban
has closed the contract with Chicago
parties for a 3 1-2 ton road roller for
this county. When that arrives we
ought to be able to flatten out the
marl lumps on our public roads.
Miss Sallie Battle, Capt. B. Percy
Wall and Prof. S. J. Overstreet were
initiated into the order of the Eastern
Star Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. J. F.
Campbell arrived Tuesday afternoon
from Melbourne to be present at the
meeting.
J. C. Cooper, Esq., of Jacksonville,
attorney for the plaintiffs in the ease
of A. A. Taylor et al vs. the F. E. C.
Railway company, arrived Sunday
afternoon. We are informed that
this case has been t4.nifersed to the
U. S. court at Jacksonville.
A new arrival made her appear-
ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Battle early Wednewday morn-
ing, in the person of a fine daughter
born to their daughter and son-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, of Atlan-
ta, Ga., who have been spending
some time here.
The Democratic executive com-
mittee of Brevard county held their
meeting this week for the purpose
of fixing the amounts to be assessed
against candidatess before the prim-
aries and attending to other busi-
nes. Proceedings of the committee
will appear in TsE STAR next week.
Judge Small, of Lewiston, Maine,
arrived at the Indian River hotel
Wednesday noon, accompanied by
General S. Brownell, of Detroit,
Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kimball,
of Wakefield, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs.
D. H. Taylor, of Bethel, Conn. The
judge and his party will be guests of
the Indian River hotel for a week or
more and in the meantime they will
take in the surrounding country by
carriage and launch. Some of the
party drove to Mims yesterday to
visit that settlement. This is the
tenth season that Judge Shall is a
guest of the Indian River hotel and
he always brings a party with him,
all of whom seem to be pleased with
the comfort and hospitality this "Old
Pioneer Resort" affords.
Lost
A brooch pin-four crescents inter-
laced with a pearl in center. Probably
lost between the school house and Myers
cottage. Lost Thursday. Return to
Miss Whitacre.
Important Meeting
B. P. Robertson, M. A., Th. M.,
will address the people of Titusville
at the Baptist church tonight, March
20th, at 7:30 o'clock, in the interest
of Columbia college, Lake City, Fla.
You are invited.
We will continue to use at our foun-
tain Hungerford Smith's line of "True
Fruits" and syrups which were so pop-
ular last season. Ice cream every day.
BANNER DauG STORE.
The Alpine Hotel
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
aer. On the European plan-furn-
ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-


i trally located.
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
: nand harrowing. See or addressJ.
* W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.


Special Spring Opening LOCAL GOSSIP

Sale at Kline's AlD PERSONALS
o IN I I Seadlt MI A ta d tholse of T tr -
MONDAY, MARCHt2k 1908.
White India linen lawn, worth 25 T a r Tfy Cmcm A4 G
cents, Monday's special 19cents. Gandnergives talkiagaehinetieket.
Figedlawns m endless variety Tickets m tadgemenGarder's.
of styles, worth 20 cents for 15 cents .
Monday only. Mr. J. Be has had his cottage
Black taffeta, 36 inches wide, worth I newly painted and added bath room
$1.50, Monday's special $S1A per' to same.
Golden brown taffeta, 36 inches Miss Ruth Harrison, of Miami. is
wide, worth $1.75, Monday's special here on a visit to her cousin, Miss
$139, same in navy blue. Easter Carile, of LaGrange.
White wash silk, good heavy qual- Mrs. C. B. ingmn received a tel-
ity, 27 inches wide, Monday's spec- Mr C B received a t-
ial 59 cents per yard. egram Tuesday couveyiag the sad
Rajah silk in navy blue and natu- news of the death of her mother in
ral color, 27 inches wide, worth $1.00 Kentucky.
Monday 75 cents.
Natural color linen, worth 35 cents We are sorry to' know that Mrs.
special 25 cents. W. M. Prindle has been quite a little
Ladies'ready made shirt waists, indi posed for several days and hope
made of an excellent quality of lawnthat she may soon recover and be her
wwiwomily trimmed with embroid- at ayo recover
ery and lace, entirely new, prices usual self again.
from S*IA to $2.M, endless variety The Planters' Security bank build-
of styles. in nk, blue and ing, lot andbankfixtureswillbe sold
red, worth 40 cents for 25 cents. at public sale tomorrow, the 21st, at
Ladies'gowns, made of good qual- Jensen, by Receiver W. F. Arnold,
ity of domestic trimmed with em- by order of the court.
broidery and tucks, worth $150, Dr. B. R. Wilson has bought the
special Monday $1*.
Imported white madras, endless two lots on Palm street, north of his
variety of designs, new and up-to- home, which were recently adver-
date special 2 cents per yard. tied in THE STAR, from Mr. John
Wioand, mountedeson Har tyrol Henry, and the corner lot will soon
lers, 3 feet wide by 7 feet long, worth become the property of the doctor's
50 cents, special 35 cents. son, Mr. T. B. Wilson.
White linen crash toweling, 18 Mr. W. P. Underwood, of Fort
inches wide, worth 18 cents per yard, Pierce, wan town two or three days
Monday's special 1 cents.
9-4s Pepperell Mills bleached sheet- the early part of this week with his
ing, worth 35 cents, Monday only, 27 Kiblinger automobile, which will be
cents per yard. found advertised in another column.
20 entllow 46ndays special enworts The Kiblinger has a double cylinder
per yard. opposed motor, air-cooled, and is fit-
Mail orders promptly filled on any ted with rubber tires.
of the above goods. We see that our present county
Juuus KLNE, Titusville. We Mee. TA oar prs"en .ounty


surveyor; x.I. d*v. N TD, nan-


Services at the Catholic Chujrch unce TUor u pimuon m nraUge
A great deal of interest is be county before the comingmprimary.
A great deal of interest is being From this it seems that Mr. Fries
shown by non-Catholics as well as does not want a renomination in this
Catholics in the lectures and sermons
being delivered by Father Bresnahan anounce for the po sition inr
every night at the Catholic church.
As announced already the services Mr. Hotchkiss and his daughter,
will continue until next Sunday night who have been spending the winter
and no longer as the missionary has at Daytona, stopped here for a few
to leave for other fields. The sub- minutes last Saturday in their Ranier
jets as yet to be treated are: touring car on the way to Rockledge,
Friday night. Is there a hell? having with them Mrs. Rollins and a
Saturday night. Purgatory and lady friend from Daytona. They
prayers for the dead. made the run from Daytona here in
Sunday morning at 10. The Maas six hours, stopping at Oak Hill for a
and why Latin is used. short while.
Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Why Large shipment of misses' and boys'
Catholic priests never marry. oxfords just arrived. To see them
Sunday night. The real presence man to buy them. In tan, gun metal,
of Christ in the holy communion. v canvas and patent. At Branning's.
Attention is again called to the lit- The following invitation has been
tle question box at the door. received at THE STAR office: "Mr.
and Mrs. Win. E. Mills request the
Church Notes pleasure of your presence at the mar-
Services at the Methodist church riage of their daughter Elsie Malone
March 22: Prayer services at 6 a. m., to Mr. Walter Franklin Van Landing-
preaching at 9 a. m., Sunday school ham on Wednesday evening, March
at 10 a. m., preaching at 3 p. m. and 25th, 1908, as 8 o'clock, at the Pres-
7:15 p. m. No services at 11 a. m. byterian church, Miami." Mr. Van
on account of services at the Baptist Landingham's many Titusville
church. friends send congratulations in ad-
Dean Robottom will officiate on vance.
Sunday, March 22, in St. Marks Cocoa Town Lots For Sale
church, Cocoa, at 11 a. m., and on Cocoa Town Lots For sale
the evening of the same day in St. Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale
the evening of the same day in St. on new street opened up from river to
Gabriels church, Titusville, at 7:30. railroad. High, dry, healthy location,
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at'4 minutes walk from station, fine view
it ie oSdynam. of river, good water. Lots 50x119 feet.
Titusville on Sunday next at 11 a. m. Apply to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. Mitchell, Cocoa, Fla.
For Sale Cheap For Sale Cheap For Cash
Set of six Edison batteries for sale About 88 acres of good high land on
. at a very low price. Inquire of F. N. the eastor ocean sideof the Indian river
Hitchcock, Titusville. at the Narrows, described as follows:
Soda fountain and charging outfit, a,_. Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, see-
so syrups for same; one Acme peanut tion 36, in township 31 south, range 3
roaster and warmer. Apply to Box 1 east. This land is unimproved but fine-
Titusville.a r .ocated. td For further par ulasad-
dress E. M. Low,
Forty dollars will buy a large second Brockton, Mass.
hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will ... ..
burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be ...
picked up in orange groves. Just the Nursery Stock for Sale
thing for irrigation. Apply or address Citrus stock grown on high pine
STAR office. land. Indian River Nurseries, estab-
A cool drink at a cool place at listed 1886. Send for catalogue.
MANDY'S. Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla.


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THE ELORIDA STAR

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wa T-rt mu. in- ve v!"0e Wednesday Uift the following
wasreentlyashoemaw1113RW -Resolved, th at the board of county vt a. EVE PAIR
S e sI let. The y pre ed commlieauners of Duval countyy dewn .dangewres. urinary disorders is emigh to
a-ehward with her tow and will re. It expediet sad to the best inte-est of make any kidney soffrer gratefial. To tell
M lm with t. barges ar Cape Vor said county to Issue bonds of Duvrl bow this great chau-gecan lie brought about
Ms or FPowey Rocks awaiting the arri, county or the purpose of constructing will prove comforting words tb hundreds of .j Ia ii m ,
aN at the ste amer ClNstwl. hard surface roads and the building of Floridaes~der. . l.ts.A.t wI .-
e oceary bridges and that we hereby A. Oertia. sesma. of 419 L.St.. Pmesala. eI ha s to .
S atter ve a d to ri deermie that the amount of bonds F.L, tells how to do it. He says: "From my k "-10 sI b
e lter rok s d^ume to w required for Sky mile of road and ae c l 's Ki Pis Io mM Am
A Stwey Rocks lighthouse this nals r and g-ly rmm. them to a myue n imLeed
1, ad If the weathw er ti fair a. 6 ecesaary bridges isa $150,00U, upon ofa good meine fi r the kidneys. Kidney a d i-h
eig- ht wll be takes f the arges whilh the rate of Interest shall not ex- llat aad t k a cgia caad erin s
md issa a an the Cs1fagna &r ees e per cent, and that the princi- at latervals r yesa The Ait or second at- O twem towo od b et
o .i. to aM M 1leo. p1 shall be payable ltirty years from tsek Idid at mind, bt as timewentby they f
-..ud .good weather prva, this the date of said bonds; that the later. pw wUmS and at times lid meu0p. MI could
^ r T eat shall be payble hardly walk sandft wall a dimit met amuer to
i"-" will be very feasihle. but should eFm t rhe e pasoble semd uat. taighte aftor stepiag while the kidney se-& ga at $3 .o 400 S y
a blow start in trf the eastward it "Further resolved, That the 19th atisw ine lr, D an'sw d
would make the work rather haand day May, 1908,. be and is hereby ap- Kidney Pis cared me. From- pemi alex- A. P KAID CO. b fi
Ss. Wit h a costita tee of the prie- pointed the day for holding an ele- perlee I know that this remedy emabe de-
eat light easterly whlds the work wn tion to decide by a vote of the legal ended apes to falIil the represetatios
be raidly seempls as the ma voters of this county whether such made for I."
af-lr t oftMaehW" is capable gt bonds all be Issed." Fr Sale Iy a dealers. Price s eoes.
ad 0lg e awe Faeter-MBbirs Ca, Ba lo, New York. __ae
U.antu the aro very a It Does the a usinesm agents for the United States. Remember the
A of that part of the ear o the i M mme-Dsa--and take so ether.
ayM which was brought here eo r. a- iBeka'_rlaia a lates. IMalthe
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and It is this which is to be loaded on s t itving a osear ehnd." t e. at C. R. C. Johnson of this place has
e steam p A gangoflaborers was Baner Dn come near making a record for proft- OCA TIME CARD N. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY 5,
carried down o the barges pare able returns from Florida soil. Mr.
owe lbr tow se tting ( ao tt. Johnson Is a Minnesota man by birth D.J. 2 STATIONS. [ Daely. Da
rMesssht .Hfted. (Or Dickson, tar.) and has lived there in the blizzards all so pm 00.am 7W a Lv.- .......JaeksmuvI..........Ar 7 pm 74 m a # am
Mers H. H. Dekson, H. K. Fuller, of his life, but having tired of the long o pm ste am sU am Ar..........at. Aw,*e ........Lv So pm 6 7 aio s .n
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Aa mpeiam tal Warma A. G. Brahamand W. R. Neal le borsof a pharmacist's life In which u 5 pm .pm .........Ar..... ...... .. .. ...- 4 *- .....
Orlando at 7:18 yesterday morning for 120am pm t 1106am Lv OrmonM d a22 pm31 pm 42 aM
Mr. 8. V. Hough has an experimnet- Ordo at yesterday oring or business he has been engaged, he 12s14 m pm 1117 m 'v..........m...............v 8r07 pm 44 4 am
S14 t e m1arl t nin.e miles went of Day- s= ut .a's n........... ewmto ......... I 2 p I n Bam
al ftrm oa a mee piece of land near e iles west of came to Florida last spring and am s 7upm 1tem .............T........... 112 p 21 2
Lake Helen. Nathan Roberts s la toa via DeLand on the new road from bought ten acres of Improved celery 2 m S pm 8m a........... Rs ............ 7 pm 137 pm 4am
....De d to Dayton.Theyfou th. ........ em ..........UGI1am
charge. perimets have bees DeLand to Daytona. They found th land, Just east of Sanford. The past ...- 47 m V..........MeForeree............. 144 am i .........pm
made with several products of theo road from the river to DeLad ln week he began his shipments. From 71 m 7 pm 6 Ar........Wet Palm each ........ 7 am lm pm
good condition m r easy running 723an put Tir.........oalom 7..........v 7, am m
On Monday. Mr. Hough was showing good CoiUon in rm one small piece, which was accurate- 72sam 812pm t7 As Lv.............Breaker ... ....... r !.. am ;.7 am 5pm
some celery that he gathered that in a car. Several miles of road have I measured and found to contain one- 1015am 10 pm 110 ... ........... Miami ..:........... L 4 am am
ra. It was well b ed,.with been covered with pine straw over tenth of an acre, he cut 148 crates of 1140am .......... am Ar.........Hometead............v11 40 am ....
eads, and e parts o the road. etra ne celery. He sold the eler 4 pm ................Ar....... Kn*ht'e Key ock....... .............. 1(,e am
large heads. and would have brought. extra fie celery. He sold the ^celery y P except. undav
a good price In the markets. There are The road has been sealed from De- at $2 per crate, f. o. b. at Sanford PALATKA RAJNCH
thousands of acres at land In Volus Land to a point four miles east and This would make an income of $2.W90 Leme EAST PALATKA ALa PALATKA T.- Arrvo
county that can be bought at $10 to is completely graded from DeLand to per acre. Before putting in the ce!- *P TO PALATKA Palahk Palaths EAST PA'.Aj .A P-ai k.
$15 an acre, which will produce as Daytona. The graded road has been ery he had raised enough lettuce, can sn m ........xe 4s D rly........ 40sam 5 s6., ..t ...-..No. ... ..'.. ,
good celer as redalmost the entire distance, lower, etc, on the land to pay for n ........N Dl ........645 asm 1 : .........:%o. st i .... .. .n.
r Cty, where lands s at 1 to which hs not yet been hard surfaced, the fertilizer, crates, etc.. of his cel- 1201 ::Pu......S. N IDa -. %2t0 S I ........ :N Dl .:........ i
San acre. There is a strip ith pine traw which s a great aid ery crops, leaving the entire proceeds 501 .pm ...... ....: I. p ,1040 pm ....... o.: .....I -
land along the St. Joh river each to travel. The eastern nine miles of of the celery for net profit. He has .A. MAT-O BRIp.CH. -
aide of the river, that could be made mahardurf aced th ved in a locality where a net profit EAST PALATA Arve Leae AN MATO TO A
as productive a the ds alo the ar wchmaes a good road from of $10 per acre from raising wheat Eas TO A ATAIO ]P, t EALST PALATEA p
Msiippi, but It will take money to Dd to Daytona. as considered profitable returns and ........ o. y........ m 45am ...... No. 46 I, ........: as.
make them available. There are mil- The part traveled 154 miles and thinks Florida and Orange county s pm ........No. Daily........84 pm is50am......No. 54 Dai ...... 4 1u m
lions of acres of land all over Florida returned to Orlando at 6:30 p. m. The may claim the banner for profitable it0s pm ......o.. sDaily ........ 12 p 1110 m .........No. 60 DlIV ...
that will grow para grow eight feet good time made by the party demon- results. His entire crop may not .s on. .1 NI[ No ,EAYPORT No 18 No.
hih. each acre o which will keep s'rates that parties can now go from average as large as the small piece only Only Deafy ex sei. nt "M ly ,y l-
Olando to the East Coast by automo o00pm t1016eam 6oopmu 8U0am'Lv... Jeeksonv1lle....... Ar, t73V amf1 t01 pm ., tr
two head of stock in splendid codi Orlando and prices my go dw 2 may go down. but the pr 240po 1S oam s 40pm 840am :Lv _.ho en....... v am I pm 1 .
ton. After oe s urin od the bile In a comparastvely short time. pects at present are for larger prices 246 pm 1056am 46 p4 846am 'Lv.... AtlantUicleach._L 41 am: 1:1. m ru :"
ti. After once securing a od, the 300 pm 11o10am 70 pm 900am'Ar........ayport.... L am 12(0 n 4* *n
only thing necessary Is to plow and rather than smaller.--Orlando corres- U 1 ag a e.4 No. IS .smllwssdS t. anch
arrow the land a ceevery two years.t Npondent Times-Union. D Dly Dr .
haow the land oe every two yea These are diseases for which Chamberlain's 3D&apm 9a10m Lv.NewSmynaAr. l6 pm e6s6 pm piu~sLTam 'LvTluvli eA.lwr .ol
Florida needs capital to develop these Salve isespecially valuable. Itquickly allays 40-opm I1 gam Lv. LaLke Hele Lv. 12216 pm 601 pm 9ID am At. Sanford L,& .o0 | a
lands. She needs Industry and immi- the itching and smarting dmo effec oa 411 s M1120am tLv. 1 m 440p .. ............
care. Price 25 cents. For male by Titusville Wom el as Well as M m 415 pm 1130am Ar. Or=ma=Cty Je. 200 na 480pm a........................
gration to settle them. When our tim- plhrmacy, ad all desloes. m t ---t-- M i0-s .am.i.MW6 witM a**sinhpe or ah? o. 8. a.t. eomphy. for
ber is of-as it will be In a few yeats M Made Misr ableb by N a -um at Em o Ke1 Dersk l Wes sad evams. )rcrt
-our people will have to divert their BATTLESHIPS AND GOOD ROADS Kidney T iswe n sad d r sTUh o sebea rriv r bep r "t t. e
attention to something else, and the (Live Oak Democratt) *dney Trouble. ria"r -_6 11m610 M*SVral BtR gt*; but their arrtWal or o.epatare a t i,-
staed toS met-gu- -.T-ner doeos the Campemy hold Iteesf rosj masiblo for any de iay
easiest thing-the most pronounced We don't see any special need of a or a *y ..*e s arii gfe ihor-em.
opening-will naturally be taken up. war ship being named "Florida". If Kidney trouble preys upon the mtAind, dis-r coy f the Leva Time ('ar or other info-., i .
corages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor "a'wE i 'Iy'ri Fy y AI3N` e1
as the timber was picked up. Ant there is anything that is more luxuri- s and cheerfulness soon J.D. RANaNER.bAsistast Ge sral Pas Agt. ST. AULGUSTINE. ILORIDA
then our lands will be cultivated. ous and less useful than cigarette i disappear when the kd-
Watch the prediction.-DeLand News. smoking in the last hundred years it meys are out of order
-is our navy. We have never needed Kidney trouble has
Rak yoOllha.. war ships except with our war with B become so prevalent
"Whem attacked by a Muhrk or a eold. or Spain and that war has now been that is notuncomm on
to take my other medice ha Kir'. shown to be almost criminal and wa. k H Ith i
New lleevery." my. C. O. Eldridge. of Em- without excuse or justification. VWe neys. If the child urin-
a 'd I o itFithebetrmt o *,""I ireat ships of war to rot in out thO often, if the 'h r T h a n
dfor wl^ c e dit anet lds, cremead .11 'ocks or take unnecessary and expen o5urine scal flesh or If. when the child iL
tlnt ao ulen s troMe. h My rehid.. a ress te un sf mn e reachesa aae when it should be able to 0 W A
slject to cmp. h t New Discovery quickly ve cruises. The sums of money un control the passage. it is yet afflicted with
ciw every attack." Known the world over necessarily spent on our navy if ap- bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
asM the king of thnst a nd lug remedies. t .h wo t sen un of n the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first: U-
nader narantee at smn..r fmig Stre. .:dr. lie' to the building. of sood road step should be towards the treatment of
and #1.00. Trial bottle fr-e. v.ou!, have made travel in thia coun- these important organs. This unpleasant SANAR
------ *v the ruarvel of the ages. Cut o.. trouble is due to a diseased condition of the BA L A RD
Lakeland's Strawberry Industry. tt. nay. It is as seful and harmfu kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as A KING
(Iakeland News., ;. the "lig stick' in a government: Women as well as men are made mis- O - SN OW o
Another very satisfactory w *. : ouS. erable with kidney and bladder trouble, **' *-a:TH
the berry business has just close.. The mild and the immediate effect LIN IM ENT A
shipments since our last report up .-' Sheriff's Sale Swamp-Root is soon realized.s tis sold A
last night, reaching the handsome Uuder and hy virtue of anu rdl.r issued out byt da ot y" ANDi
lal of 158 refrigerators. ,f thew cuntyju The prices have been fair. averagmn= A ,ai, writ ,, hnewt whreiu P:A. sample bottle by mail tya will hae ath health. I n t i
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to the grower.-about 25 oh 26 cents a McMillan is plaintiff and Harold I Smith is free also pamphlttell- Btr vmOr nm harn ninesV where health is unknown, Bl-Ma- rd' am M
d,-fendau, I have levied upon and will 'el1 ing all about it. including many of the haU- RESo weeh alis ut e I i Limll
buart. The Indications are favorable fo ntheourtho-use doorinTitusville. Flor- thousands of testimonial letters received ; D Wau s, Spram Nu gi
for a continuance of good prices, the ida. during the legal lhm sof tsaleon Mon4ay. from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer CUR S ack asog ssm gssC mar a.
the ith day of April. A. 1.. 190M. the follow B Co.. inghamton. N. Backdrthatasndea
telegraphic advices of today quoting ing ral estate property of the said defedano mentn Co Bamton. N. Y., be sure andOo
berries at 40 to 55 cents on the North- Harold I. Smith. viz.: mention this paper.
rkh All the undivided one-third interest of said
"rn markets, which would make a ne: Harold I. Smith in and to tiut triet of land Don't make any mistake. but remember Scott Bat e Ciy, Ut r *
average to the grower of about 27 described in deed book "W.page31.I records the amaie. Swamp-root. IDr. Kilmer'. Swamp- too hi flraise otLaker i i' .lte L e annot
of Brevard county. drsribed as follows: Root, and the addresN. Binghampton. N. Y. e c "ut e alar 'se h now Liniment r
cents. Some berries sold in Chicago Benning at the southwest corner of the on every bottle. the eofacuterenmatlrn, caused by sudden change
during the past week at 75 cents. Indian river in line with a cr.s in a rork. _____ and. e re to the weather. I also recommend your
thence running east northerly i line with Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
The stock Is excellent, color, size and now ownsd by Charlotte Fentain to the. R l..0 These used together deify all pain.
and quality being very fine. If no un Banana river. thence northerly with mid river 1(1111111 *IIl O.BT THU GENUINE. Thr 2
favorable weather Interferes the ber- about twelve hundred sad forty-Ave (1) i & G O T GEN E Three Sa 2SC $1
.avorabe weaker ineere e e- feet to a mark or craminiaroek ad to land "
res to be marketed within the next ofSeaibr Jees, thesmewestsoutherly in line ncporated)
ro or three weeks will be exceptional th arme in there kto aidian river thence Paid-Up Capital t25.000


"I have rAuched a higher belfth level sance J. P. Baows. Biscayne bay
I I"" Iusing Dr.KingI'New [HEe PTIkEbSheriffBrevard County. Fl.
"wite Jamob RII mer, of West Ftiaslin, "Generally debilitated fryears. Hadsick S l V eTO S T THE TId ES
. The hMp- amy Mh, liver a headache, lacked ambition was worn-outand Send for land list Sold and Recom m ended by
bowels wrkiagjcrightL" Ifthmeepills. all rudown. Burdsck Blood Bitters madeT
appolat you e trial. smeasy will be refnded me a well womsa.I-Mrs (has Freitoy. O'aAT ..Z. 1* 1
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< y?' DOINGS) OF THE SPRING' AND SUMMER 1908 'LATEST NEWS Special Spring Opening:: LOCAL GOSSIPAND .


I ,- PRESENT WEEK, by Our the line celebrated of summer Schloss clothing Bros.,made, in AND INCIDENTS Sale at Kline's I PERSONALS

:.. suits $8.00 to $25.00. To see them is
,, to want them. We are headquartersfor Bargains la Every Department t
t Pungent Soles Pertaining to Events Wilson Bros. fine shirts, neglige, Personal Paragraphs About P opJe that MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1908. I Something About the People of Titus-

T Transpiring. About Town I coat tached style, soft, with shirts and with without and cuffs without at- Travel Here and There White India linen.lawn, worth 25 yule as They Come and GoGardnergivestalkingmachinetickets .

!' Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville. collars, prices 50 cents to $1.50. Full line of single coats just arrived cents, Monday's special 19 cents. "
The swellest line of fine hosiery in blue and mohair, single and l Figured lawns in endless variety Tickets on talking machine Gardner's. '
and
Pay-your cash at Gardner's get a serge "
ever shown. We have the largest 'I of: styles, worth 20 cents for 15 cents J
talking machine free. .and best assortment of Panama and double breasted, $5.00 and $7.50 at Monday only. I Mr. J. Begg has had his cottage F

;1 The Novelty Store is selling goods off I straw hats shown in the city. Branning's.St. Black taffeta,36 inches wide,worth 1 newly painted and added bath room ito
at, cost Come and get bargains. Call in and let us fit you up for Patricks day, March 17th, was $1.50, Monday's special $1.00 per! same. ,
.I. M. DoDS N. summer. celebrated in Titusville Tuesday by yard.Golden. "
Miss Ruth Harrison of Miami is there -
brown taffeta, 36 inches ,
-Capt. W. H. Sharpe, of, Sharpes, WINSTON SBRANNING the "wearing of the green." wide, worth $1.75, Monday's special on a visit to her cousin, Miss i )

was in town Wednesday afternoon Up-to-Date Clothing House County Commissioner J. M. Osban $1.39, same in navy blue. Easter Carlile, of LaGrange.Mrs. I
of his friends.Mr. I White wash silk, good heavy quality -
visiting some has closed the contract with Chicago
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oJ Titusville, Florida. 27 inches wide, Monday's special C. B. Kingman received a telegram .
A.-P. Gruber expects to take parties for a 31-2 ton road roller for 59 cents per yard. Tuesday conveying the # i

4 charge of the soda fountain and cool Dredgeboat Florida this county. When that arrives we Rajah silk in navy blue and natu- news of the death of her,
drink stand at the Titusville Phar- ought to be able to flatten out the ral color, 27 inches wide, worth$1.00 Kentucky.
next Monday morning and will The government suction dredge marl roads. Monday[ 75 cents.
macy lumps on our public "
and snagboat, Florida, commenced Natural color linen, worth 35 cents We are sorry to know that
also serve ice cream. work the first of this week deepeningthe Miss Sallie Battle, Capt. B. Percy special 25 cents. W. :M. Prindle has been quite a

as: Yesterday marked the first observation channel in the canal at Clifton in Wall and Prof. S. J. Overstreet were Ladies' ready made shirt waists, indisposed for several days and "

4 :' of the Thursday halfholidayby order that the dredge could pass into initiated into the order of the Eastern made handsomely of an excellent trimmed quality with embroidery of lawn- that she may soon recover and.be

the business houses of Titusville Indian river and proceed on her way Star Tuesdayevening. Mrs. C. J. F. and lace, entirely new, prices usual self again. + ;

according to the agreement publishedin to Gilberts bar, where she has workto Campbell arrived Tuesday afternoon from $1.00 to $2.50, endless varietyof : The Planters' Security bank ,
THE STAR last week. be done. from Melbourne to be present at the styles. ing, lot and bank fixtures will be tat '
Colored linens in pink, blue and
Miss Ida M.: Dodson expects to The Florida draws over five feet of meeting.J. red, worth 40 cents for 25 cents. public sale tomorrow, the

' L' leave very shortly for Kansas, to re- water and it will require about five C. Cooper, Esq.,of Jacksonville, Ladies''gowns, made of good quality Jensen, by Receiver. F.
main there indefinitely, and to that days to dig herself through the canal attorney for the plaintiffs in the case of domestic trimmed with embroidery by order of the court.

end is disposing of her stock of goods into Indian river. of A. A. Taylor et al vs. the F. E. C. and tucks, worth $1.50, Dr. B. R. Wilson has bought .
special Monday $1.00.
r at the toy'and novelty store. The boat is provided with the cus- Railway- company- arrived Sunday- Imported white madras, endless two lots on Palm street, north 1

The Fulton cottage, which has tomary agitator of suction dredgesand afternoon. We are informed that variety of designs, new and up-to- home, which were recently 't

practically been rebuilt by Capt. Fis- pumps out a vast amount of sand this case has been transferred to the date, special 25 cents per yard. tised in THE STAR, from Mr. : ""

cher, the present owner, will be oc- in a day's work. The boat is in I U. S. court at Jacksonville.A holland Window, mounted shades, best Hartshorn quality rollers of Henry, and the corner lot will
on -
cupied by Mr. Jens Jensen and wifeas :charge of Capt. J. P. Sharp, who,before new arrival made her appear- 3 feet wide by 7 feet long, worth become the property of the

soon as the.repairs are completed. I taking command of this craft, ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 50 cents, special 35 cents. son, Mr. T. B. Wilson.
r was employed on the gulf coast. We Frank Battle early Wednesday morn- White linen crash toweling, 18 Mr. W. P. Underwood, of
Mrs. M. Gould and son, :Mr. W. K. inches wide,worth 18 cents yard,
had the pleasure of meeting Capt. ing, in the of a fine daughter per Pierce
II person was4n
town two or three
Gould,of Cocoa,spent a part of Tues- : Monday's special 10 cents. i iI
Sharp on board the Florida Sundaythe born to their daughter and son-in-
the of this
day and Wednesday in Titusville at- I 94s Pepperell Mills bleached sheeting early part week
tending to some important business. ( editor's ,family included) and law, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, of Atlanta worth 35 cents, Monday only, 27 Kiblinger automobile, which boys'i
found him to be a most pleasant and Ga., who have been spendingsome cents per yard. found advertised in another
Mrs. Gould gave THE STAR office a Pillow 46 inches wide worth
entertaining gentleman.The time here. casing ,
The Kiblinger has a double
-, pleasant call Tuesday. Florida will here her 20 cents, Monday's special 16 cents
stop on
The Democratic executive com- yard. opposed motor, air-cooled, and
b Messrs. Frank :M. Wilson and S. F. way down the river to take aboard a mittee of Brevard county held their per Mail orders promptly filled on any ted with. rubber tires.:

Gray, of Canaveral, shipped away carload of coal. Two shifts of handsare meeting this week for the purposeof of the above goods. We see that our present

one and a half tons of saw palmetto kept busy working night and day. fixing the amounts to be assessed JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. surveyorMr.. J. 0. Fries,
berries which The boat is .
Tuesday broughtover with
were provided powerful against candidates before the prim- -- -- -- -- --- -- ------ nounced for that position in
Banana creek in Wil- Services at the Catholic Church
through I I machinery and modern conveniences, : aries and attending to other busi- county before the coming
son's catboat and in Bob Burns' such as electric lights,has its own ice ness. Proceedings of the committeewill A great deal of interest is being From this it seems that Mr.

.:" Sharpie. plant, and speeds up to 10 miles an appear in THE STAR next week. shown by non-Catholics as well as does not want a renomination in
Bert Southall, of Miami, did not hour with stern wheel for means of Catholics in the lectures and sermons
Judge Small, of Lewiston, Maine, county. Who will come forward
propulsion.Fine being delivered by Father Bresnahan
take his racing motor boat,Hot Stuff, announce for the position in
arrived at the Indian River hotel
night at the Catholic church.As .
to the Palm Beach races this week on every
I account of his motor not working Monday Offerings of Men's Wednesday noon, accompanied by announced already the services Mr. Hotchkiss and his
satisfactorily. With a much larger Clothing General S. Brownell, of Detroit, will continue until next Sunday night who have been spending the l

engine another year he expects to Men's neckwear, regular 50 cents Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kimball,II I I and no longer as the missionary has at Daytona, stopped here for a ;

A make 25 miles. quality, Monday's special 25 cents.Men's of Wakefield,Neb.,and Mr.and Mrs. I to leave for other fields. The subjects minutes last Saturday in their ;
neglige shirts, with collars D. H. Taylor, of Bethel, Conn. The to be treated touring car on the way to
and cuffs attached, in white and as yet are:
Spring term of circuit court converses cream worth $1.50, special $1.00. judge and his party will be guests of Friday night. Is there a hell? having with them Mrs. Rollins
at this place next week. The Just received an endless variety of the Indian River hotel for a week or Saturday night. Purgatory and lady friend from Daytona. 1
most important case to be tried will men's and boys'clothing. If you are more and in the meantime they will prayers for the dead. made the run from Daytona

be that of young Newsome, charged thinking of buying a suit it will pay take in the surrounding country by Sunday morning at 10. The Mass six hours, stopping at Oak Hill
with the murder of Willie Hall, at you to examine our line, we can fit carriage and launch. Some of the and why Latin is used. short while.
you and suit you and save you money.
:r Fort Pierce, a change of venue hav- Odd trousers. we have about 1.000 party drove to Mims yesterday to Sunday afternoon at 3:30.Vhy Large shipment of misses' and
{ ing been taken to this county. pairs new and up-to-date patterns.Prices visit that settlement. This is the Catholic priests never marry. oxfords- just- arrived. To see them

Mr. A.H.McKeown,of Rockledge, and styles are right. tenth season that Judge Small is a Sunday night. The real presenceof means to buy them. In tan,gun metal, '

paid a visit to the county seat Tuesday JULIUS Titusville KLINE Fla., guest of the Indian River hotel and Christ in the holy communion. vici, canvas and patent. Branning's.

r in his trim little launch and made he always brings a party with him, Attention is again called to the lit The following invitation has been

:i THE STAR office a short call. Mr. Ford Light Roadster all of whom seem to be pleased with !tic question box at the door. received at THE STAR office: "Mr.

J '". McKeown expects to remain in Rock- Wait and see the new model Ford the comfort and hospitality this "Old and Mrs. Wm. E. Mills request the

ledge about a month longer before light roadster automobile which Mr. Pioneer Resort" affords. Church Notes pleasure of your presence at the mar-

; going north for the summer. Oliver will send down this way for LostA Services at the Methodist church riage of their daughter Elsie Maloneto f
inspection the first March 22: Prayer services at 6 a.m., Mr.Walter Franklin Van Landing- 1
Mr. D. N. Cone, accompanied by as soon as ship-
brooch pin-four crescents inter- preaching at 9 a. m., Sunday schoolat ham pn Wednesday evening, March !'
ment from the factory in Detroit
: his daughter-in-law, Mrs. H. I. Cone comes laced with a pearl in center. Probablylost
10 preaching at 3 and 25th, 1908 8 o'clock at the Presbyterian
in few weeks' time. This a. m., p. m. as -
Elizabeth a car
? and little daughter ar- between the school house and Myers "
has rumble at and improvements 7:15 p. m. No services at 11 a. m. church, Miami. Mr. Van
lived Saturday for a short visit with seat rear many -i cottage. Lost Thursday. Return to
account of services at the Baptist Landingham's Titusville
his daughter, Mrs. W. T. Mathers. over the very popular Miss Whitacre. on many
church. friends send congratulations in ad- t
runabout S.
style
They left Tuesday afternoon, accompanied 1
Dean Robottom will officiate
Important MeetingB. on vance.
if also on their return by Mrs. I
Cone's sister. Miss Seldon, mention Lecture P. Robertson, M. A., Th. M., Sunday, March 22, in St. Marks[ Cocoa Town Lots For Sale
t of whose arrival the week before was Sunday, 4 o'clock p. m., at No. 6, will address the people of Titusville church Cocoa, at 11 a. m., and on i I Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale 4
:-- .made in last week's STAR. I city dock. I at the Baptist church tonight, March the evening of the same day in St. j I on new street opened up from river to t'
: This lecture is educational and answers -: 20th, at 7:30 o'clock, in the interestof Gabriels church, Titusville, at 7:30. j I,railroad. High, dry, healthy location,

r;. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES the question: How can we Columbia college, Lake City, Fla. Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at,' of 4 minutes river, good walk water.from station Lots Wx1l9, fine feet.view '

$10.00 talking machine free with cash I satisfy demand perfectly? The ques- You are invited. Titusville on Sunday next at 11 a.m. : Apply to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
1 purchases. Ask for the tickets.Waterman's tion is fundamental and includes eve- and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. I. Mitchell, Cocoa, Fla.
self filling fountain pens. We will continue to at foun- !
use
our ---- --
Edison batteries and spark coils. ry phase of society. t rS
Ir. Smith's line of '"True For Sale Cheap For Cash
tain Hungerford For Sale CheapSet
machine records 60c.
10-inch talking The hall is open to ladies and gen-
Baseball bats gloves, mits. tlemen. Admission free.ADHE.IIAR. Fruits" and syrups which were so pop- of six Edison batteries for sale About 88 acres of good high land on
r. CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 ular last season. Ice cream every day. I at a very low price. Inquire of F. N. the east or ocean side of the Indian river
flit'i BRADY. BANNER DRUG STORE. Hitchcock, Titusville. :'at the Narrows, described as follows:
--- :, Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
Photograph Gallery Soda fountain and charging outfit, also -
tion 36. in township 31 south, range 39
Go to Faust, the photographer, on Orange and Grapefruit Trees The Alpine Hotel syrups for same; one Acme peanut east. This land is unimproved but fine-
Julia street for artistic photos. All Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Titusville, Fla., F. A. Lesley, man- Titusville.roaster and warmer. Apply to Box 103, ly located. For further particulars ad- t
work first class and promptly attendedto. hickory hammock. Free from white dress EL M. Low,
Crayon pastel, water colors and fly. One to two old buds. ager. On the European plan-furn- Forty dollars will buy a large secondhand Brockton Mass.
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oil paintings a specialty. ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- Rider-Ericsson hot air engine.Vill
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trally located. any or as can
packed and delivered at Oak Hill picked up in orange groves. Just the Nursery Stock for Sale

raying station. J. W. GRIFFIS, Wood For Sale thing for irrigation. Apply or address l Citrus stock grown on high pine
Draying hauling all kinds promptly Shiloh, Fla. STAR office.A (land. Indian River Nurseries,estab-
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attended to. Meet all trains. Pine or oak, any length. Also plow
H. E. HOLTON, A cool drink at a cool place at ing and harrowing. See or address J. cool drink at a cool place at lished 1886. Send for catalogue.
s= Titusville, Fla. MANDY'S. ,W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. 1A. DY'S. j 1 Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla.
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Yesterday afternoon -he tug Sybil Ing of the board of county commission Florida f
lany a Household Will Find y
era of Duval county, held in Jacksonville p taar
x left here towing two large barges on ,
f Wednesday night, the following Them So !
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from the Ward Line steamer Bayamo. To have the pains and aches of a bad bark '

... which was recently ashore near Hills- "Resolved. That the board of county removed; to be entire'?' free from.an DOying, EVERY

; 1?* boro Inlet. The Sybil proceeded commissiuners of Duval county deeii: dangerous urinary disorders is enough to MADE TO PAIR ,

r *. southward with her tow and will remain -,it expedient and to the best interest of male any kidney sofiVrrr grateful. To tell & -

said county to issue bonds of Duval how this great change can !*e brought about
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with th? barges near Cape
i r Ida Rocks awaiting the arrival : county for the purpose of constructing : will prove comforting word fo hundreds of The old fashioned. sometimes =x
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< of the steamer Cienfuegos
t necessary bridges and that we hereby Outing seaman, of 419 L.SL,Pensacola, shoe has given place to the

:tw New York. determine that 'the amount of bonds Fla, tells how to do it. He says: "From my "Packard-a union of both ;t

The latter vessel is due to arrive experience witL Doan's Kidney Pills I can comfort. Packard Shoes J
for miles of road and
required fifty
off.Fowey Rocks lighthouse this mornIng strongly recommend them to anyone in need I haven pronounced mdrnduaWy

: j: : '' and if the. weather is fair the necessary bridges is $150,000 upon of a good medicine for the kidneys. Kidney of style that enables their weB
x which the rate of interest shall not exceed complaint and backache caused me sufferingat
; 4 freight will be taken off the barges dressed to regard his feet
the Cienfuegos for 5 per cent, and that the princi- intervals for years. The first or second attack wearer
and loaded on with satisfaction.
Mexico. pal shall be payable thirty years from I.did not mind but as time went by they
transportation to Tampico,
grew worse and at times laid me up. I could
?' this the date of said bonds; that the Inter-
? Should good weather prevail, hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to
est shall be
payable semi-annually.
'i plan) will be very feasible, but should straighten after stooping while the kidney secretions Sold at $3.50, $4.00 and 5.00in all styles
: "Further resolved That the 19th
t ,'f-! a blow start in from the eastward it were irregular and nnnaturaL Doau's
day of May, 1908, be and is hereby appointed CO. Makers Brockton Hu Sold by
: would make the work rather hazard Kidney Pills cured me. From- personal experience M. A. PACKARD ,

r ous. With a continuance of the present the day for holding an election I know that this remedy can be depended -

i' light easterly winds the work will to decide by a vote of the legal upon to fulfill the representationsmade JULIUSKLINE

voters of this county whether such for it"
accomplished
the
be rapidly as ma
bonds Shall be issued." For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
= chlnery of the steamship is capable of ..
Foster-Jlilbura Co., Buffalo, New York, sole

'r ,..': handling the cargo very fast. It Does the BusinessMr. agents for the United States. Bemember the

t 1 AU of that part of the cargo of the name-Doan's-and take no other.
E. E. Chamberlain; of Clinton Maine, -- ----
Bayamo which was brought here con-
says of Bncklen'sArnica Salve. "It does the

; .a Fisted of heavy boilers and machinery business; I have used it for piles and it cured Profitable ReturnsC. COAST RAILWAYLOCAL
FLORIDA EAST
them applied it to an old sore and it healedit
and it is this which is to be loaded on "
V j witnout leaving a acar behind. 25c. at R. C. Johnson of this place has
4V the steamship. A of laborers was Banner Drag Store.
.r' gang come near making a record for profit TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY S, 1905

4 '" carried down on .the barges prepared able returns from Florida soiL Mr 1
Good Road to Coast. No. 99'No. 33 No. 'No. 78No. i4 No. 93
4 ;t VV V to work hard towards getting' the (Orlando tteporter-Star.) Johnson is a Minnesota man by birth Dally I Dally I 291'I STATIONS I Daily'Daily I Doily

freight shifted. and has lived there in the blizzards all 800 pm lUOO am 700 am Lv..JacluonvUle..Ar 7A: > I'm.HJ pill ea9 am

; Messrs. H. H. Dickson, H. K. Fuller, of his life but having tired of the long 910 1100 am 820 am Ar.--..St. Augustine.---.......Lv 620 Jm 640< pm I 715 UI
1015 pm 1168 am t 28 am Lv.----East I'ahtkaLv ilJ pm! 6U IIi am
A. Branham R. O'Neal lef
} 'f An Experimental Farm G. and W. 403 ,.. .
..,
hours of life in which 1152 Ar--.Hotel ormond..Lv -- '
a pharmacist's '
I Orlando at 7:15 yesterday morning fort 1202 am gg pm 11..05-am Lvvrmond _..::::.:Lv a2p1;; 3ab : : 431 .
V Mr. S. V. Hough has an experimental business he has been engaged he 1214 am 14S pm 1117 am Lv.....----.Daytona.............Lr 307 pml' SIt I'm 415 a.lM .
e marl 'pit nine miles west of Day- am 227 pm 1200.o'n Lv..NewSm .......... 230 pm' 311 pm S IS.Q1M
?' : farm on a fine piece of land near came to Florida last spring and am 117 pm 112 pm ....._...... ............ 112 pmt) 21J pm I 2Sf'.a

4 a ., Lake Helen. Nathan Roberts is in tona via DeLand on the new road from hought ten acres of improved celery 238 Cm .355.....pm.... 236 200 :: t :::::::....::: k :::::::::::::t n pm am!.137.....pm....i.. .144..am....

charge. Experiments have been DeLand to Daytona. They found th; land just east of Sanford. The past ..._ 247 pm Lv..Melbouroe..LT 1141 am'6 .......... ..._-
r
]% 600 LT..FortPlerce..Lv. nom am ll3 pm it U I7Uam
road from the river to DeLand in am pm 45011m
it ,e.. made with several products of the sol1i' very week he began his shipments. From 7Mpm 6M pm ........ 'tP.halk'.ch..LT 740am 9Uam 960 pat
good condition making easy runningin 73! am 803 pm 70s pm Ar..Roy.U.olncian..LT 7110 .mi' 97.1D; 855 rm
On Monday Mr. Hough was showing one small piece, which was accurately 73,5 am 812 pm 7lS pm Lv.----........Breakers..Lv 72 am, 9w am 615 tin
I a car. Several miles of road have 101 am 102 pm 1010 pm .............. .... .......... 430 amt' 71J am G''I pace
'V' some celery that he gathered that measured and found to contain one- 1100 am .......... 30 am Lv_.... .... .Mlaml. .......... Art 230 pm,... ..... al4 9mIt
been covered with pine straw over ......Homestead....... ... .... ......1.
with tenth of an acre he cut 148 crates of 40 am -..........-930 am Ar.- .t v 1140 am 2::.1 pm
k 4 3 morning. It was well bleached parts of the road. 400 pm .......... .......... Ar..Knfht's Key Dock..LT .......... ..............O..
large heads and would have brought: extra fine celery. He sold the celeryat Dally except lJndll:! -
The road has been shelled from De- ---
: $2 crate f. o. b. at Sanford PALATKADRANCH
: a good price la the markets. There are per

} Y thousands of acres of land in Volusia Land to a point four miles east andis This would make an income of J2.9CO Leave EAST PALATKA I Arrive I I Leave PALATKA ::r--\\Arrly.

rl, ':" county that can be bought at $10 to completely graded from DeLand to per acre. Before putting In the celery 'Palatka TO PALATKA P.Jatka Palatka EAST PAA jPatikt.

( t' '*. .' $15 which will produce as Daytona. The graded road has been he had raised enough lettuce cauliflower 520 am ........Xo..6 D.ny........ 5-10 am 5-11i to,; .........No. 4i I'rT.\'!: .I\ 14.oa
.. .. I an acre, covered almost the entire distance, 6Oam ........No.48 Da11y........ 640al1 9oo.I.Q .. .....NO. 49 f 311..
; : good celery as Is grown in Sanford or etc, on the land to pay for tasam _......No. 60 D.Uy........ 9i>5.m l1JJ a.a ......a bl :. ....... ..
.,'. which has not yet been hard surfaced 1205 pm ........No. 57 Dally12:5: pm 3W J.m .....0. 5t Dai'.y.-..... 120 pr
Ybor City, where lands sell at $100 to the fertilizer, crates etc, of his celery .npm .......-No. S4 D.lly........ .ftl5rm 443 pm ......No. 55 1.)1.') ...... I Sts pw
with pine straw which is a great aid crops, leaving the entire proceedsof 660 pm ........No. Ct8 Dally. 610 pm 940 pm250.5; fIt l.y...... tree pin
:, J $200 an acre. There Is a strip of to travel. The eastern nine miles of 101;i m ... .....No. f\8 Dall""I.m 1.)4'm ..;.20. 59 1.sIly.. : ..;.:.. IOO I'ln
V land along the St. Johns river on each the celery for net profits. He has SAN MATEO BRANCH
the road has been hard surfaced with _
1 lived in a locality where a net profitof
111 side of the river, that could be made Leave Arrive Leave AT1Y.
EAST PALATKA SAN MATEO TO
marl which makes a good road from
$10 from raising wheat East San San t t.ast
per acre
as productive as the lands along the Palatka TO SAN MATEO Mateo Mateo EAST PALATKA.No. T'alstka
DeLand to Daytona.The .
e4 F, Mississippi, but it will take money to was considered profitable returns and 430 am .......No. 45 Daily.-- 4ro am 455 am ....... 48 Dully 15 amass
? i make them available. There millions party traveled 154 miles and thinks Florida and Orange county Jim .......No. 53 Dally----- pm 360 am ........No. 64 Dailr..No. .---------5.1- 11 I"
are returned to Orlando al 6:30 p. m. The 110. m ........No.59 Dally....... ll.5.pm 1130pm ........ fiO DnIlT ...... d
claim the banner for
of acres of land all over Florida may profitable
!., good time made by the party demon- results. His No. 25 1'0.21 No.!) No. 17 MAVPORT No. 18"o I 20 o.Z
that will grow para grass eight feet entire crop may not Son.Only. Sun.Only. Dally inn.l I
} rates that parties can now go from Daily ex Sun. BRANCH Dally Only Dally
as large as the small piece
: high each acre of which will keep average -
Orlando to the East Coast by automobile 200pm 1010am 600 pm 800am .L.V....Jacksonville. 730--- 100 pm Soepaa .
\ two head of stock in splendid condl- and prices may go down, but the pros- 240pm 1050am 640 pm 840am :ILr -1'aUo Beacb... .L?" 6:A am |Inn pm I 41* |*c
in a comparatively short time. at for 246 pm 1056amlllOmn 646 pm 846am '!LT_. Atlanticleach.-Lv' 641 am IIIJ: pm 113 pa
:.: tion. After once securing a sod the pects present are larger prices .... .. .
300 pm 7tp pm 900am ''Ar May-port ... Lv:6: -> am 1200 n'n 4K' 1m

': / only thing necessary Is to plow and Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema rather than smaller.-Orlando correspondent No. 3 No. I Orange City BranchNo.' .Z No.4 DailySaaford; Branch I No. 11Dal1y '
/ Dally :Daily Daily '
:
Times-Union. l'all1;
} harrow the land once every two years. I
These are diseases for which Chamberlain'sSalve 310pm 9 30 am LT.New Smyrna Ar. 100 pm 630 pm 63oam LvTllu vll1e.\r. luu p.
,{" Florida needs capital to develop these especially valuable. It quickly allays 400pm 1100am LT. Lake Helen LT. 1216 pm 501 pm 930 am Ar. Sanford Lv. 1000 f m

*' lands. She needs and immigration the itching and smarting and soon effects a 411 pm 1120am iLv.Orange City Lv.1200! pm 440 pm ............ ...__.....
F i ":,V industry cure. Price 25 cents. For sale by Titusville Women as Well as Men 415 pm 11 30am !AT. Orange City Jc. ISoO n'n 4 go pm .! ...... .... ......

to settle them. When our timber Pharmacy and all dealers.BATTLESHIPS Connection made at Miami with .t.aB.hlp. of the 1'. and O. S. h.! Company. f.r
t f is off-as it will be in a few years Are Made Miserable by auau.
J
: Connection made at Knight Hey flock for Key Welt and Havana Direct Sfalp.
-our people will have to divert their AND GOOD ROADS
Kidney Trouble. ?-Thee TIME TABLES how the time at which train t.ay be eapevt.A tn a,-
4 i l r r'attention to something else, and the (Live Oak Democrat) rh. and depart from the several station; but their arrival or i.epartur at the lmi
elated U not guaranteed, nor doe. the Company hold Itself rec.oiitlble for any delay
il t easiest thing-the most pronounced We don't see any special need of a or any ron.<*<|iienre arinlng therefrom.For __

'; : opening-will naturally be taken up war ship being named "Florida". If Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages Copy of the Local Time Card or Other Infer na'isa =-==
and lessens ambition: beauty vigor "SilE THE TI<21 I2TAGEISM*."
as the timber was picked up. Ant there is anything that is more luxuri- ,'sL:1 and cheerfulness soon J.D. RA"NER.Aasistant General Pa4 Agt.. ST. ALQUSTINE. FLORIDA

then our lands will be cultivated. ous and less useful than cigarette i t.1 disappear when the kid-

VV Watch the prediction.Del>and News. smoking In the last hundred years it neys are out of order
or diseased.
is-I We have needed
our navy. never
Kidney trouble has
V "
Bank Foolishness war ships except with our war with : become so prevalent
!.
4 t "When attacked by a rough or a cold or Spain and that war has now been 0 that it is not uncommon
r when your throat is sore,it is rank foolishness .; for a child to be born
to take other medicine than Dr. King's shown to be almost criminal and was ; \
1 : any f afflicted with weak kid Health
I New Discovery" says C. O. Eldrid,e, of Emi' without excuse or justification. We ) t),; = neys. If the child urin- _. is

'' ,'-'t !I i' pine Ga.and"I I have know used it is New the Discovery best remedy sevtnyears on build great ships of war to rot in oui ates too often if the More Than
V t urine scalds the flesh
or if, when the child
earth for coughs and colds croup and all 'ocks take
f or unnecessary and expen
: \ throat and long troubles. My children are reaches'an age when it should be able to [8J

i'". subject to croup, bit New Discovery quickly sive cruises. The sums of money unnecessarily control the passage, it is yet afflicted with WealthBALLARD'S

; mres every attack." Known the world over spent on our navy If ap- bed-wetting depend upon it. the cause of
', as the king of throat and Inn:? remedies. S< Id the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first j
lied the j
; under guarantee at Banner fling !o'tort'.0..-. to building of good road step should be towards the treatment of J.U.AIiOS..: i
..
.
: and 100. Trial> free. would have made travel in this country these important organs. This unpleasant : -!5110"' .. 1
jf. LJ? (IMENT!
[! the marvel of the ages. s Cut oat trouble is due to a diseased condition of the : ..M",

. .: Lakeland's Strawberry Industry. the It is kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as : KINO
navy. as useful and harmful
... t v:;, most people suppose. _
t. .i ... Lakeland :\(>W'!;.) 33 the "big stick' in a government Women as well as men are made miserable 5 SNOW OF

',-Jf-. Another very satisfactory w't' <,?k i.1xI !like ours. with kidney and bladder trouble, ; THEM
and both need the same great remedy. ; Ii
; : -- --- t LINIMENT
the berry business has just closed 'The mild and the immediate effect of \ ALL

. ;- shipments since our last report up totost'nlght. Sheriff's Sale Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold

'. Y *.. by druggists in --
fifty-
f reaching the handsome Under and by virtue of au order issued oat ANDyou
cent and dollar
tal of 158 refrigerators. of the county judges court of Hn'vardlnty one
ou the 13th Uy of November, A. 1I. mil, in sizes. You may have a ".:., trfll always have good health. What Is to
more
The prices have been fair averaging Awttaiu writ Ilr sample bottle by mail a man
attachment wherein'P.
A. than good health? All the money in the world can't make
1 to the grower-about 25 oh 26 cents a McMillan is plaintiff sad Harold I Smith is free also pamphlet tell- Rome of 8wamp.Root. happiness where health is unknown, Ballard's Snow
V I indications favorable Cuts
The
: quart. are Berm Spralns
before the courthouse door inTitusville Florida Neuralgia
.. : thousands of testimonial letters received CURES Sores Stiff Joints
l I. : for a continuance of good prices the during the Jc' hours of sale on Monday, from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer Contracted Muscles, Lime
the 6th day of April. A. 1>.. 1908. the following & Co. Back and all the Ills that Flesh Is heir to.
telegraphic advices of today quoting n-al estate property of the said tleff tidant. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and

berries at 40 to 55 cents on the Northern Harold I. Smith viz.: mention this paper. I One Who Knows.
". All the undivided one-third interest of said
; markets, which would make a ne: Harold I. Smith in and to that tract of land Don't make any mistake, but rememberthe J. O. Scott, Salt Lake City Utah. writes \' ,
i -scribcd in dt-cd book "'N naaie. Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's ; I cannot
average to the grower of about 27 page 310,recordsof Swamp- too : Ballard's
Brevard county described as follows: Eoot. and the addresa, Binghampton, N. Ynon highly! praise your Snow Liniment for
V: V centsSome berries sold in Chicago Beginning at the southwest corner of the every bottle.Robbins. the acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change

during the past week at 75 cents. Indian river in line with a trops in a rock. ________ __. _u.h __ and exposure to the weather. I also recommend your
thence nmninjj east northerly in line with Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colda.
The stock is excellent color size
laud now owmd by Charlotte Fontain to the These used together defy all pain.

,'. :: fond quality being very fine. If no unfavorable i Banana river,thence northerly with said river & Graham Co. THE
GENUINE.
weather interferes the berries I about twelve hundred and forty-five (121.5) GET Three Sizes 25<:, SOc. $1.00
feet to a mark or cross in a rock and to land
t-V to be marketed within the next of Seabron Jones,thence west southerly in line (Incorporated)

I with a cross in the rock to Indian river thencein Paid-Up Capital 25.000 Ballard Snow
rt t' two or three weeks will be exceptionally jIPs Liniment Co. ii
l a southerly coarse with said Indian river to

V fine. the place of beginning said piece of land containing This company owns lands in the 500-302
eV two and a half(2}) acres more or less. Indian river the St. North Second Street, tI
country, on
situated and
being in section 10. township I
A Higher Health Level 27 south, range 37 east Lucie river, at New river and on ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

St j **I have reached a higher health level since J. P. BBOWS, Biscayne bay
Sheriff Brevard County. Fla.
V I began using Dr. King's New Life Pills,"
PRICES
' TO SUIT THE TIMESSend
1 writes Jacob Springer, of West Franklin,
"Generally debilitated for Had sick
+, z i. Maine "They keep my stomach, liver and headache lacked ambition. was years.worn-outand for land list Sold and Recommended by .

+ :. bowels working just right." If these pills disappoint all run-down. Burdock Blood Bitters mademe OFFICES .

h J you on trial money will be refundedt a well woman." Mrs Chas. Freitoy, Tit : ao3r and
t .. Banner Drug Store. 23c. 1 Moosop, Conn. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. Banner Drug Store

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>'. OPHEISIN DurIng February; one cargo of.phosphate south along the west line of the county to the Wreck of the Mollie Look. The Knock-out Blow. '

)! ? sooth line of Delespme grant, thence northeasterly I
rock shipped from this port ,
knocked
was blow which
along the south line of said grant to (Miami Metropolis.) I The out Corbet

by the Peace River Phosphate MiningCo. the Indian river, thence northward along Captain Nelan, master of the lllfat was & revelation to the prize fighters.
FAIR FLORIDA4bit Indian river to the north line of the incorporated From the earliest days of the ring the 4 '
It consisted of 1630 tons aad
: ed schooner Mollie Look which was
limits of Titusville, being the pointof knock-out blow was aimed for the jaw, j

< went to Baltimore in the schooner beginning. wrecked on the beach a short distanceoff the temple or the jugular vein. Stomach j

: rlS.Being Done Towards the Development Henry Lippit. The total shipments No. 3-City Point Voting place, the small New River inlet several days ago punches were thrown in to worry and :
I building on the end of Hatch's old wharf. weary the fighter, but if a scientific man C
for 1908 3,380 tons.-Punta Gorda
i? in the city and gives the first In-
Said precinct bounded as follows On the had told one of the old fighters that the L

4 of the Peninsula Herald.In north, commence on .the south line of Deles- formation relative! to the cause of the most vulnerable spot was the region of
... .
: pine grant,on Indian river, ran southwesterlyalong the stomach he'd have laughed at him
: : ,In the municipal election in St. Per the United States district courtat the south line of said grant to the west vessel striking the beach.As for an ignoramus., Dr. Pierce is bringing

"&.: ..tt "fereburg Tuesday Dr. H. A. Murphy I Jacksonville John P. Coffin, formerly line of the county thence southerly along the is customary with vessels southbound bom* to the public a parallel fact; that
west line of the county to the section line dividing
:}, Was: elected mayor over A. P. Avery. postmaster at Johnstown, Fla., oa sections 13 and 24, Twp. :24 south, and under: favorable wind an1 Xb-4 sVmacVIs the most vulnerable organ Pout C

R. 34 E., thence east on said section line weather conditions, the Look was oi Vie priw ring as well as In It. Wa I -
m'i. .'. General A. W. Gllchrlst candidate Friday pleaded guilty to embezzling to Indian river, being the section line dividing the. protect pur Ji$&throats,feet and lungs j ,

(' .' for governor of Florida, has established postal funds to the extent of $1.22S sections 17 and 20, Twp. 21 S.. R. 36 passing in between gulf stream but theVWtsCfc ye are utterly Indifferent

;: t.; >; ed headquarters in Jacksonville for and as punishment the court assessel E., on the river, thence northerly along Indian and beach in order it get out of the to, until disc\ finds the solar plexus
river to the south line of Delespme grant, I
and knocks us outT Make your stomach -
, flow of the stream and stood the
,.* the fine of which and on
a $1,250 was paid the of
>: primary campaign. being point beginning l S
- sound and strong by the u>e t1.sore >octocica

&i;*. Fish shipments for the port of Punta three other indictments against him No Bockledge.. Voting place, at public starboard tack well toward shore with lJ_ >icoVrvrarJ

were nol pros ed. The four Indict hall in Cocoa Said precinct bounded as follows plenty of water under her, but when tou protect l >our>elfiaM nr- t
i Gorda for the week ending last Tuesday On the north the In- -
commencing on ? potrOolden Medicar Discovery1
it came time to tack ship the vessel ;
ments against Coffin resulted from the dian river the line _
on section dividing *
f 'nIght amounted to four carloads cures "tteaK stomach, Indigestion, or j
sections 17 and 20 24 south failed to mind her helm. Two at-
I township ,
failure of the make
S : in bulk and 49 barrels, aggregating postmaster to range 36 east, run west on said section lineto dyspepsia, torpid liver, bad, thin and Impure
tempts were made to bring her about, < blood and other diseases of the '
organs -
104,800 pounds. proper deposit of funds with the postmaster the west line of the county thence sooth on

S in Jacksonville the local office the \vtit line of the county to the township but each time it failed and before any of digestion and nutrition. :-

Fire Dugs are very active in !West lines between townships 25 and 26, thence thing could be done the wind and sea The"Golden Medical Discovery"has a f

being the designated depository for east on said township line to Indian river, specific curative effect upon &11 mucous J S
J Tampa several fires of
; incendiary origin the Johnstown office. thence northwesterly along Indian river to had driven her Into the breakers. A surfaces and hence cures catarrh, no j

: having broken out during the past the section: line between sections 17 and 20, few minutes afterwards she had matter where located or what stage U
S ; township 21 s.,K.36 EL,the point of beginning. have reached. In Nasal Catarrh it SIs
week. The West Tampa police are Capt. Lund returned here Friday struck the beach. may

No 5-Ean Gallie. Voting place at town well to cleanse the passages with Dr.Sage's -
from Rocks S
::5 as a doing extra patro'Juty. Fowey where he was superintending -
consequence
5 office on Highland avenue, Lau Gallic, Said The sea was right at the time and Catarrh Remedy fluid while using t t.

; the transferor the freight precinct bounded as follows; On the north the crew took refuge in the rigging. the "Discovery"as a constitutional rem. ." ,

S from the steamer Bayamo to the steamer commence on the west line of the county on edy. TFTiy the Golden Medical Discovery .
S The large planing mill and variety township line between townships 25 and 26 but soon afterwards made the shore. "
diseases of the I
cures catarrhal as
: works owned and operated by the Mail Cienfuegos. The freight was loaded: 5,, K. 35 EL, run thence east on said township Captain Nelan lost several valuable stomach bowels bladder and other pelvic
1 S ,
line to the west bank of Indian river. thence
.Ivon Lumber Company at Madison wa on two large barges and towed downto southerly along the west bank of Indian riverto articles which were in the cabin. organs will be plain to you if you will -

i4 S totally consumed by fire last Saturday a spot near Fowey Rocks lighthouseThe the northeast cerner of section 16, Twp 27 The Look was loaded with 800 tons read a booklet of extracts from the writ- S I

steamship Cienfuegos stopped 6, range 37 east, thence ran east on said section ings of eminent medical authorities, endorsing -I I II
jnight The loss is estimated at 15. line to the Atlantic ocean, thence south of coal and was en route from NorfolkVa its ingredients and explainingtheir

400( with insurance of less than $4OOO. there and the barges were placed erly along the ocean beach to the section line ., to Carabelle, Fl u, and not from curative properties. It is mailed

alongside and the freight was success- dividing sections 30 and 31, Twp. 27 S., L. 38 free on request. Address Dr. P...V. Pierce
::5 Last Sunday woods fires swep L-, thence run west on said section line to the I New York to Mexico as previously re Buffalo. N. Y. This booklet gives all the I I -
fully transferred. A heavy sea was west line of the county, thence north along ported. She was an old coaster and I I
2 through the Griffis place west of town ingredients entering into Dr. Pierce'imedicines
the west line of the county to the point of be-
\
running making the work peril
S and destroyed everything on the place I very ginning. well known at Jacksonville and other from which it will be seen that S

ous, but not a package was lost or Florida they contain not a drop of alcohol pure,
including fence house and barn. No.6-lelbonrne. Voting place, the build ports.
triple-refined glycerine being used instead. 1.
S
damaged. In getting it aboard of the
Woods ires also destroyed about five ing in which the barber shop is now located. Captain Nelan is a man sixty years Dr. PMTCC great thousand-page illustrated I
steamship.-Miami News Record. Said precinct bounded as follows; On the I
Hundred feet of :Mr. F. M. Bufflngton'sfencing north,:commence on the w line of the coun- cf age and has been a seaman sincea Common Sense Medical Adviser
will be sent free. paper-bound for 21 one-
., Saturday, and it was only dueS Florida's patriotic and nautical tyNra the section line between sections 30 and boy, being made a master at the cent stamps,or cloth.bound for 31 stamps.
31, township 27 S EC. 35 E. thence easton
run
,
to active work that other property pride is not flattered by the knowledge said section line to the Atlantic ocean, age of 22 years. The Look is the second I Address Dr. Pierce as above.

S I -was saved. If people insist on putting that the only vessel In the United thence southerly along the ocean beach to the vessel he has lost, the first being -
1,, I section line between sections 17 and 20, Twp.
in the States navy bearing its name is to be beached to prevent her foundering after -
;' out fires property owners 28 S., K.38 E., thence ran west on said section TheMostI'alsabkSetofYachSaiudBOdSS

neighborhood at least should be notified stood off as a target and shot at with tin.. to the east bank of the Indian ri\"er. she had sprung a leak. fuiLUmg hookt ever h/JisJwl. I
thence run southwesterly to the centre of the
: -: so they caa prepare to protectS big guns of a battleship in order that mouth Turkey creek thence south w esterly RUDDERHOWTO 3 1

their property.-Clay County Times. they may be tested as to their effect in centre of taid creek until said line inter- Race Suicideas
sects the section line between sections 24 and BOOKSOver
turret. Congressman Clarkof President Roosevelt calls it, is not nearly
p Lumber exports irom me port of upon a. 33; township 23 S, K. 37 E., thence ran weston
the menace to increase in population that from the lines
Over boats have been built
Florida has written the President said section line to the west line of the I Joco S
Fernandina for the month of Februar/ deaths among: infants are. And eight out of ill these books SucceisfuJy sailed In I
asking that the name of that State ba county being the section line between sections ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly very clime aid upon every sea-Full detail
t, amounted to six million feet worth 19 and 30,Twp 28 S. K.35 E..thence rn j northon caused by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby Elixir draum? of all pat*, showing wtiat it is and
bestowed: upon one of the new battle- the west line of the county to the point of stomach how to make U-Tex.extremely sample.HowyoeulLoAaAcaRroR$5o.
-1200,000. The naval stores, and phosphate cures diarrhoea dysentery, sour
ships to be built. Assuredly a State beginning.. and all infant ailments ofthis nature. Just S I Iis

S shipments were also light, turpentine No. Malabar.. Voting place E. B. \r- the thing for ,teething babies. Price 25 and font crow r' tlmtLa;kra.y to build.fnmatwrtf an Ia os
with such a coast line as Florida'sshould ...,(0\ ito"-aChe buoim Ia.
50 cents. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and goOd -.C a
20,000 gallons. rosin 15,000 nold's store at Malabar bald precinct bounded -

be able to win recognitionwhen as follows On the north, commence on Banner Drug Store.Trophy HOW_TO BUILD. !KIF3ACg ., .
barrels and phosphate 22,000 tons. To- ,
the A fine fcott lor itmKKn namg or **ort>ag MVQ oib -
west line of the the section line
countv on S
.
It to matter nautical.-
comes a <'al l ai-r H* lwii B tal value of shipments. amounted t1About between sections 19 and 30 township 28 b, R. far Key West Guards fall paw u J pk-ta"n of complrttd bo U.

400000. Savannah News. 35 east, run east on said section line until itintersects HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP -

S the centre Turkey creek. thence The Key West Guards have received 3Io.t ,oceo.t.I 0.0.-Am. ,,er 4qu,4- & p, S
. S A woman Anna Arnold. her The handsome residence occupied northeasterly in centre of said creek to the irinnrr m AuciKa.Asia and AOIIrP.h&, CMJ to kalldtowuwlh. > c
negro from the National Guard Associationa SHOW
by J. R. Hewitt and owned by the mouth thereof on Indian river, thence north-
I "unborn child and two other children. TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
easterly to>> the section line between sections handsome trophy awarded them for

. S one eighteen months and the othPl1tree Marion Farms located three miles 17 and 20, township 28 S., K. :33 EL, on the having obtained the highest figure of Iran Simple tor e w and*>tku/BMiar pnrliml aho.iDf. bcveral; l>owtoeonatnda1a.uMl vtbcr plui. 4 I
east bank of Indian nver. thence east on said
of
east Ocala was by fire
' burned to death ii destroyed HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT .
were
years. line to the sear
section Atlantic ocean then south- merit during the 1907. The trophy -
A fine rll armtn-l rntuinj best. food nbu. .tedUvwlrr S
S .:;- fire which destroyed :he home o! just before midnight Friday. Mrs erly along the Ocean beach to section line di- is handsome oak panel with a suit..hk tor..( sections 14 and 23 29 S. K. a
color Hannah Rawls, the mother ofIr.. viding township HOW TO BUILD ASHOAL-DRAUGHTLOOP
Carrie in
k :, Walton Tamp 34 EL, thence west on said section line to the large bronze plate in the center on A drrrr bitk Mil:nr boat,with moderate.rhaagt u
' Thursday morning. The flames spreac Sam- A. Rawls and ''Mrs. Hewitt, was I west line of the county, being the section line which is engraved "Florida National ui.aUwIpl.o. SHOW
I between sections 18 and 19, Twp. 29 & K.35 OR SHARPIC ,
an occupant of the house and was TO BUILD FLATTIE S
S *53: rapidly that the woman and he E., thence north on the west line of the countyto Guard Association Trophy for Highest ".aI1 to b.Id,rvmilung ctruffht;jn t tbfcmftforabo: .
children were unable to escape. ; suffering from a stroke of paralysis the place of beginning. lo begin w.tbea b.built.erJ clteaplr,at er aIoop or ct ri(
t Company Figure of merit awarded an-
I at the time but Mr. Hewit and HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTA
: t '. Messrs. James W. Perkins and Zack several No 8-Grant. Voting place, L.Jorgensen's nually upon the basis of Record Firingas eompfeto detmptwB of bow to b.ild II model;alao u..
," others, who came to his assistancegot store at Grant Said precinct bounded as follows of ali3 uied IB Mil Jig nodelaPRICE S
T.: Bielby are two orange growers of : On the north commence on the west reported. Around this large pat
S ; her from the burning building line of the county on the section line dividing $1.
this section who made a nice sum are seven smaller bronze plates, on EACH
very comfortably and she is now at sections IS and II', township 29 S., K. 35 E., PREPAID: CXPKCS ANYWMtNC _
from the crop just disposed of the ran eas:on said section line to the Atlantic the first of which is engraved in gold
S the Ocala House in Ocala. She stood Bound m cloth-Gold tatennK Size of p gk .
former cleaning up $8,500 and the latter ocean thence tiOutht'asterlyalong the oceanbeach "1907, awarded to Co. I 2d, Infantry, 9 by u inches-Lar&e,ctearijr-drawn plans. S
the shock and fatigue admirably. Mr. to the south line of the county thence
6500. Their groves are out west following the south line of the county as Figure of merit U:54." The trophy is I THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

north of town about, five miles andS and .:Mrs Hewitt and Mrs Rawls lost now constituted to the west line of the county, I 1
Guards and .
highly prized by the they 0 MUKHAT STRICT New VOHK. U. 5 A f :
all their furniture and wearing apparel thence north along the west line of the countyto S
are kept in the best of condition. They the point of beginning. will endeavor to secure several of the I frnd postal for Catalogue of Rooks for _
and their money, Mrs. Rawls losing I "ocA/j ia_'s Library.
will have a larger crop another sea I No 9-Banyan. Voting place, W. J. Ragan's : plates for themselves.-Key West Cr ,I5 I-
S the sum of $200. There was no insurance
son, as these groves like all others packing house. Said precinct boundedas izen. -------
S on the furniture. Some ot fullows Commence at a point on the east : : j .t
are showing signs of heavy bloom.- bank of Indian river where the north line of \:

DeLand Record. the furniture was very antique and township 26 S.. R. 37 E.,, intersects said river, IIow's Thin

had been in the family for many years thence ran east along said township line to the We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for The Sower 1a 1 1t
The Atlantic Coast Line train No. 82 Atlantic ocean theme southerly along the t ,
of catarrh that be cured
There cannot byhall's
5 was an insurance on the buIlding ocean beach to the section line between any case No Second asenee S
section CUre.
to Jacksor- Catarrh
from
S northbound Tampa
of 2000. The house was built 12 and 13, Twp. 27 S, K. 37 E., thence F J. CUE EY & Co_ Props..Toledo. OWe .
Tille, was derailed by a broken railS west on said section line to the east bank of have known F.J. Cheney tFERIiY'S
the
by Colonel Morgan, who came to Oca undersigned; -
Indian thence
S about mile north of Lakeland Moa river, northerly along the east for the last 15 years and believe him per
a la from New York about fifteen years bank of Indian i liver to point of beginning. sonally honorable in all business transactions !

.. cay night. The engine baggage No, and financially able to carry out any obligations I ,.
ago. mail and express cars, two coaches Pmvosts store. Said precinct bounded as made by their firm. SEEDS t
wealthy man and was intimately \\ &TBCAX.
follows On the north commence on the east KST _
thrown from as mode n4 kept rf1TY'w 4 Suit5'I -
and two sleepers were
connected in business with the late bank of Indian river on township line between Wholesale Druggists,Toledo, Ohio .be 1&rve III be wurw-meru IellL ..
the track. An express messenger an,1 townships and 25 where said line WALDIV, KIXNAI & MARVIN, Ferry' S..d Annual for 19O9
James Fiske who
was a partner of Wholesale ,Toledo Ohio.
horse who had attendedthe intersects said river ran thence east on said Druggists t.Ib lbs whole Sctd IOtory-1II'1I\ FREE for 1
A race man Jay Gould. and was. a very handsome township line to the Atlantic ocean, thence Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally act' the uk.iJ:,. Pun'l.ow seeds UI1 you ge i&.

race meet at the State Fair in southerly along the ocean beach to the south ing directly upon the blood and mucous sunfaces L:5t&kT a CO_ccawT Mea. 4

'Tampa received a few bruises. Others place. line of "township.25. ran. thence west, on,said of the_ system. ,Price, 75c..per bottle. : ___ .
township line to the t'a"tbank of Indian ri\"t"r. Sola by all Urazaists. lestimonwis free.

escaped without injury. I I A Cure for MiseryI ran thence northerly along the east bank of Halls 'amily Pills are the best. -II

said river to the point of beginning
Mr. R. D. Martin's home on North have found a cure for the misery malaria 50 YEARS ,
No 11-Merntts. Voting place schoolhouse Bright Prospects for Ormond Road.
Boulevard, was visited by thie\e poutou produces, says R }l. James, of Louel- EXPERIENCE
len S, C. *Jt'* called Electric Bitters, and at ludunola. Sail precinct bounded With the proceeds from the Cool
Monday night who sto'e his fine Ken tomes in 50 cent battles. It breaks up a case as follows: Begin on the east side of the Indian

valued at $175 and a of chills or a l,ilum.. attack in almost not'me river where the centre of Banana creek Roads entertainment at the Casino on 'A
tucky horse, utersects said liver thence and 4
easterly :
and it puts yeiiowjanndiee clean out of com Monday evening as a nest egg and
pretty buggy worth about $150. The n1Ssion." This great tonic medicine and northerly on a line ill centre of said creek until

immediately notified blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach it intersect: the Banana river on the west having in sight a coup'e of hundred .

authorities were liver and kidney complaints and the misery line of said Banana river. thence southerly dollar to apply to the Ormond road "
and Sheriff Turner and his deputies of lame back bold under guarantee at the I' along the west line of Ranani river to the
south line 2-I thence said the Business Men's. is greatly TRADE MARKS
of the criminals Banner Drug btore I' township we>ton League
went put in pursuit township line to the east side of Indian river, DESICNSC0PYRIGirTS
encouraged the for Improving -
over prospect Ac.
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Telegrams were seat to many rallroal thence northerly along Indian river to the .
point of beginning, being all of Merntts Island that highway in time for the Anyone iwndtru a Bketrt end flpscrlptkm maj SutckIy
sheriffs of the near aseertoLn our opinbon free tuetber an F.
stations and to the Numbers and Boundaries north of the \outb line of township 2-1.1 invention, 'II prol""I pstontobie.' Comman. '
Ponce de Leon celebration. With a
of Lions,tnctI1conll.JentiaL Uandbook on latestaSent
counties for the apprehension including the islands in Indian river between %
by said north and south boundary hues.No I strong committee in charge cf this fce. OMet surenoy for securing patents. /
Supplement.The Election PrecinctsOn : Patents takaa brooch Sluoo Jk Co. recelrctptrisd
the rogues.-DGLand the :
notice, without charge. In
M-Hanlover. Voting place. Thomas project much will be accomplished in .

Pensacola correspondent of th Crooks on north side<>f canal :baid precincthounded Scientific American. J
short of time. The
motion it w ordered that an dictionpreeimts as follows: On the north by the a very space com
. Times-Union says: "An immense wart in Brevard county shall in the future north line of Brevard cmintv.from the Atlantic mittee will be appointed at the meet A handsomely llhi'trat cnlatton of aentwc J-ianuL 1 erms.f 1 apr
numbers an?
saw fish was brought here Friday t>v 00 known. hv the following ocean to Indian river. thence sooth along ing of the Business Mens League tomorrow ? fonr months,|L Sold by.H newwjealeni. S
boundaries
d
t name ai : line of Indian river to township line dividing: 4 1
the fishing schooner Carrie B. Welles No. 1-I&Grangeotm3r place the old townships 21 andl22. thence east on said township evening and work will follow r UNN &Co361eboa7NewYork ;
ice to be ship- line to tbe Atlantic thence Branch Offloc. ffS! F [It..Wmhlogton.P.C. S
in north
ocean _
and bas been placed Carhle store on the od Harvey place at LaGrange without delay.
to Cincinnati. Said pmimt liontid as follows; t'rlyalcmg the ocean beat to the north line
ped out at an early date On the north by the county line dit-idingVo- of the county. being the point of beginning, KILLrHECOUCHANDCURETHE

The fish tipped the scales at 320 lusia and Drevard counties on the west by including all islands in Indian river. within Do Not Crowd the Season

the west line of the connty on the smith, bv said north and south boundary hues LUNGS S }
pounds and It Is the largest by over The first warm days of spring bring with :
Cl and
line dividing townships
' the township
No 13-cana\"eral. Voting place Henry them desire to out and the exluli
taken in the a get enjoy I
of ever until said township line inter-
running east
100 pounds any J Wilson's Canaveral Said
I at postorhce precinct rating; air .nd snn hine. Children bat have
gulf. The fish are easily taken. after see-s the incorporated line of the town of Ti bounded as follows; On the north commence been housed: up all winter are brought ,."t WITH D
tus\ille. then*'e north and est along sail incorporated r. King'sNew i
first struggle and was caught with line to the Indian mer. thence n the Atlantic ocean on the townshipline and you wonder when they all came from
the between townships 21 and 22. ran west The heavy winter clothing is thrown a-ile
, a hook and line used for snapper fishing northward along the Indian river to the \oln on slid township line to Indian river, thence and many chad their flannels. Then a cold

the first struggle is ia county line.No. south along Indian river to centre of Banana wave cornea and people say that grip is rpidoaiic. Discovery I t

. As soon as .TitusYille.. Voting place the court creek thence eastward and northward in Cold at this season are even more

over the warsaw rises rapidly to the bouse at Titnsville Said precinct hounded as centre of said creek to its intersection with dangerous than in midwinter,as there u much PRICK

0\ doing fills itself and follows On the north commence the Induu the west line of lianaua river, thence southward more danger of i nea onia. Take .niamber- FOR COUCHS $oe&11ixi.
f r. surface and in so river where the incorporated line of the town in Banana river to the south line of lain's Congo Remedy however and YOU will Trial Battle Free I

. upon reaching the surface floats and Titnsville intersects said river. theme west township 24. including all islands in Banana have nothing to fear. It always rare*. and I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
: Therefore the fishermen and sooth along said incorporated line untilit river within the above boundary lines, thence we have never known a cold to result in pneumonia -
. is unable to sink. intersects the township line between town- eiat on said south line of Twp. 21 to the \t- when it was used It u pleasant and GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY S

experience but little trouble incatching ships SI and 22, thence west on said township lantic ocean thence northward along; the safe to take. Children like it. For sale by OK MONEY REFUNDED.

S line to the west line of the county thence ocean beach to the point of beginning. Tituaville Pharmacy and all dealers.
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\ THE FLORIDA STAR' MARCH 20 >1908 f.r

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THE FLORIDA STAR cret only twenty seconds behind her.

The first four boats had finished with-
S
.' Entered at the postoffiee at Titnsvilleae in one minute making a sensationaland
iecond-daas mail matter. -
( ;
k ? spectacular close to the race. ,

: SUBSCRIPTION$!JW PER ANNUM: The Dixie and the General both did

t splendid running Wednesday the
"Kills B.W a.er. Kdltorand PublUher
second day of the races and captured

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO high honors. One race went to the

.- .. Dixie with a spectacular finish in sec-
x Important Question for the Town ond place adding to her laurels. '-

:' Attention is called to' the' financial Three events the General a Michiganboat ct. -'

-i : t statement of the town of Titusville, captured. Florida snapped up

ie 3 as published this week on page 8. two, Gee.Gingras's beautiful Trente

This report, for the year 1907 in full, Sept capturingne, the other race

should receive the careful considera was won by the limit boat, the Irene,

tion pf every tax payer and property owned by J. W. Taylor, of Cocoa. ..gN

\ holder of our town. .

Comparing the balance cash on Mr. Brown's Proposed Plan .

; hand Jan. 1st 1907 with that of Mr. W. M. Brown, of Miami has

,y t Jan. 1st,.1908, and allowing for the proposed a plan to the depositors of

sum of $1133.41 spent for roads and Fort Dallas National bank to rehabilitate ..r

'k t repairs, it is shown that our expenses the affairs of the institution and 2

are about six hundred dollars more pay the depositors in full, but the s$ a

than our receipts for the year. plan has to receive the assent of all ;e t

L This is a condition of affairs that depositors before it can be put into 1 !Sd A X

must be corrected, otherwise we will operation.It : ;

soon be as deeply in debt as we were I is proposed to pay all deposits of

.f two years ago when a new issue of $50 and under at once which number
1
bonds was made necessary to take about 800 in all, and constitutes more -.;;;;......... ... -

up outstanding indebtedness. It is than half the total number of depos- 31 US. MART METER MISS BEULAH B. BUOO3IE. I MISS JOSIE SCUALTZUL.

t-; also unlawful for the town to issue itors., T! ;:.:US. MARY MEYER, Thomson Miss Benlah B. Broome 409 12th St., Miss Josie Schaelzel, General Delir

warrants in excess of the taxes col- The larger depositors of $2,000 and :.,/.. Avenue, near Shell Road, Win- N. E.,Washington, D.C.,writes: cry Appleton,Wisconsin, writes:
lit:.:, L.1., N.Y., writes: "I have Buffered from weak lungs and "I contracted a severe cold which
-: lected for any year unless there are under to be part cash and deferred "I have been annoyed with a coughfor catarrhal troubles for four rears,broughton settled on my lungs in very short order,

funds already on hand to pay them. payments covering a year and in pre years. Often it was so bad that I by many neglected and it was not long until it developedinto

-' If the council feels a delicacy as a ferred stock of the F. E. C. Ice com- could not sweep half the night. Many Weak Lungs ed colds, but on the a serious case of catarrh. Every

$; 5 :-. body in taking the necessary steps pany. people thought I I recommendation of morning I would raise a lot of phlegm
for Years.
had consumption. a friend I gave which was very disagreeable. My digestion -
; Consumption
; toward bringing expenses within the Other with the
depositors (
excep- 44 A woman recommended Peruna an honest was poor and my lungs sore.
proper bounds they should secure an tion of the F. E. C.R'y Co.) to be paidin I '.Vas Feared. Peruna to trial and I am pleased to state that it "After a few doses of Peruna I beganto

expression of the tax payers in some 6 per cent. 20 year refunding and =------- me two years ago. restored me to perfect health. Thereis mend, and felt

T manner to justify them in doing so. extension bonds of the F.E.C. Ice Co. I J'etrnn; to take I'eruna: and now I amrrrl'"tIr not the slightest trace of catarrh in that if I kept oc Consumption
f I free from'a cough. I am gladto my system and my lungs are perfectly taking it it would I
Unless something is done to relieve '
The F. E. C. Co. (the
R'y largest i-ay: that Pernna cured me entirely. sound. I. not be long until Prevented.would .
the situation we will soon have depositor) to be paid in' 6 per cent *.l take Peruna occasionally,when I "1 unhesitatingly give this tEstimo- be well. I

w.,r 4 an indebtedness piling up against us bonds of the Halcyon Hall Hotel Co. do not feel well, and I also give it to my nial." was right, for in four weeks I was welt

'i again aside from our present bonded It is now a question for the depos- chi'dren.4Peruna. Mrs.William Hohmann, TO N. Paul- again."I .
k."t is the best medicine coughsand ina St.,Chicago, 111.,writes: think Peruna Is a grand medicine,
i indebtedness. itors to decide whether they will accept colds. I have told many people how "I suffered with catarrh of the bron- and wish to add my testimony to the
s the proposed plan and accept the much Peruna has helped me." I chial tubes and had a terrible cough ever many others you have."

'. I Get Up a Joint Debate stocks above mentioned fort their Mrs. Hettie Green, It.R. No. 6, Inks, since a child. After a while it got so The fight against corsumptioa is becoming *
111., writes as follows of the efficacy of bad I had to cough; both winter and
claims the defunct institution a national problem.
y The. Pensacola Journal wants a on or '
Pernna: summer. Finally,I burst a blood vesselin
joint debate between the guberna- let their accounts remain in the handsof "Last November I had catarrh and my throat from the strain of cough- Everywhere we hear of sanitarium

., ,torial candidates, and taking i its cue U. S. Receiver McDonald for final felt so miserable I thought that I would ing, next a blood vessel in my stomach, established for the at the exj.en.-e: : of the state
treatment oi the vast of
from the political situation in Tennessee liquidation.Jug go into consumption."I so I kept getting worse and doctoring, consumptives.The army
tried so many doctors and medicines, and even then could pet no relief. I
makes the suggestion that but nothing did me any good, only thought and everybody else, that I had open air treatment, fresh air and
t Messrs.rStockton, Gilchrist and Journeys Must Stop Peruna. consumption. sunlight,are recognized by the medical

a Browne join in debate makingjdates: No more will the little brawn jug "After I began the use of Peruna I began "Reading the papers about Peruna 1 profession generally as being the great
to improve in head decided to try it, without the least bit of est necessities the treatment of consumption
i t throughout the state. The Journal carry whiskey and other liquids from every way. My
did not hurt so much, my stomach is all hope that it would do me any good. But in all its litag s.
the of and Jack-
says: oases Chattanooga right my bowels.are regular my appe- after taking three bottles I noticed a Dr.Hartman has for many yean advocated .
J S t "Up in Tennessee where there is sonville to the desert wastes of Geor- tite good, my complexion clear, my change. My appetite got better, so I the fresh air treatment for con-

a red hot campaign for governor in eyes are bright and am gaining in flesh kept on, never got discouraged. sumption. At the same time he has

I i- : t progress with the redoubtable Ex- gia.The Southern Express company has and strength."I "Finally I seemed not to cough so recognized Peruna as a useful palliative -
think much, and the pains in chest for the distressing
Pernna has no equal as a catarrh my got many symptom
Senator Carmack side and issued order to each of the
an com-
2 # t on one remedy." better. I am well now. I cannot tell which accompany the white plague.
? Governor Patterson on the other, it pany's offices in the states of Florida Pernna tends to lessen, the cough decreases you how grateful I am, and I cannot The promptness with which Peruna

# has been agreed in order to give life and Tennessee prohibiting agents the expectoration, strengthensthe thank Peruna enough. It has cured relieves a fresh cold, and even remove

3 to the contest that the two candidates from receiving jugs for shipment.The patient, increases the appetite and where doctors have failed. People who chronic colds, is well-known. Thia
in many cases procures sound, refresh- think they have consumption better ranks Peruna as a reliable prophylactic
.: 'shall meet in a series of joint debates. order became effective Sunday "
ing sleep. give it a trial. against consumption.
l' "Here is a pointer for our own
last.The
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t candidates for governor. The campaign issuance of the order does not Fletcher Making Good For RepresentativeAt For Tax CollectorTo
if there is definite issue that the Southern Express
1S lags; any mean com-
the solicitation of my friends I the Voters of Brevard County:
1 it hasn't been clearly stated; the pany has joined the Anti-saloon lea- There is no question but that Dun- hereby announce myself a candidate

: people are not interested, and over gue but it is explained instead thatit can U. Fletcher has made a good impression representative from Breyard county in the I herewith office of announce tax collector my candidacy of Brevard for

c all about cold busi- upon the people in his race the next legislature subject to the action county. If elected to this office I
I our great peninsular state there is, was brought by of the coming primary election of prom-
as we have before stated an undeni- ness reasons. It is stated that since for the United States senate. Dun- May 19th. My platform will be pub- ise to and give my best I will services to the people -
trust receive their
can Fletcher is a mighty good man lished in THE STAR in full in the near support -
able lack of warmth. The primariesare prohibition cast its spell over the land at the coming primary.
future. J. W. OSBAN. I'I
not far away and something of Georgia, on the first of January, and no one can question his ability to II PHILIP H. WRIGHT.
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x be done the has been loaded down hold down the senatorship. His recent -
should to arouse popular en- company For Member of County School Board
; thusiasm present the issues sharply with jug shipments from,outside the trip over the southern part of We the many friends, announce the I For Supervisor of RegistrationTo

; and stir up old Vox Populi who is at state and especially from Chatta- the state unquestionably made him I name of J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge I the Democratic Voters of Hrevard County.

many "otes.-Manatee Record.W. I Fla., a clean, straight capable man as I I
y present asleep or very nearly so. nooga and Jacksonville which have candidate for member of the county am a candidate for renomination by

"There is just one way to do it and been largely broken in transit, caning school board for this, the second district -&; the the office Democracy of supervisor Brevard of county for
registration.
that is the Tennessee way. Let a great loss to the express com- R. Hardee for Legislature and ask the support of all good |1If; nominated I promise a continuance
citizens at the ,
coming
Messrs. Stockton Gilchrist and pany. "After mature consideration and MANY primary.FRIENDS. ; of a faithful performance of the duties
; of the office.
Soliciting the
support of
i : Browne meet in joint debate., make at the request and solicitation from i all in the primary.

: ,: dates all over the state, see to it that Better Roads NeededIn numerous taxpayers: and citizens of For Member of School Board : I am very respectfully,
: the fur flies at and speaking of the endurance race W. S. ORWOOD.
every meeting we various sections of the county To the Voters of Brevard County .
c 'S 4 warrant that the people will sit up from Jacksonville to Miami just : W. R. Hardee has decided to enter 1 respectfully announce myself as a --- ------ --

T, ... and take notice. The press will help closed, the Miami Metropolis says it the race for representative of St. candidate at the next primaries for school I For State' Attorney _

out of course and before the primaries establishes the fact that it is possibleto Lucie county.PRIMARY board member for district No. 1. I I hereby announce my candidacy for
shall the of all.
'i we would have Stockton Gil- make this trip and that the route appreciate support A. J. CARTER. nomination to a second term of office of
i ; I :, state's attorney in and for the 7th judicial
christ and Browne factions in every would b coma popular; with autoistswere circuit of Florida, subject to the

.;' county in Florida busy talking about the roads better. Give us a ANNOUNCEMENTSAnnouncements NoticeTo Democratic primary to be held on May

f the merits of their respective candidates great Apian Way from Jacksonvilleto the Voters of Brevard County. 19th administration, 1908. If of again this trusted with the

4 c' and the issues upon which they Miami and it will do more or as published until the under first primary this heading with an(.1.00 eswption -, Thanking you for past favors I again by the people, I will most, as importantoffice I have

were running. much to develop the east coast than made ort 2.50 for county commissioners beg to announce myself as a candidatefor always striven to do perform my duty
a .a could do. and members of the school board, the fee re-election to the office of clerk of I!impartially and fearlessly for the Let
; "We present this idea in all seriousness any other agency to be paid in advance. the circuit! court of Brevard county subject interests of the state.JOHN-

.. for unless something is done to to the action of the coming Democratic ; C. JONES,
rescue the situation there will be a Senator Bryan ImprovedThe For RepresentativeI primary and would thank you States Attorney 7th Judicial Circuit.
kindly for support. --
your --
i" very light vote for governor at the physicians of Senator WilliamJ. respectfully announce myself as a Respectfully, NoticeTo --
candidate for the leg-
Bryan of Florida who has been representative In A. A. STEWART.For .
: primaries.
islature from Brevard county, at the the Voters of Bievard County.
t suffering with typhoid fever for some primary election to be held May 19th. After reading the notice of
: Florida Motor Boats Win Races time, are much encouraged over his My platform is "The will and wish of Supt. Publi InstructionTo in our last week's county John Henry
papers, sta-
a the people of Brevard county. I have
At Palm Beach motor boat races condition. It is stated that while the no pet schemes, and,if elected will only the Voters! of Brevard County. be ting that under no circumstances will) he

Wednesday in the five mile contest inV senator has a very severe case no go as your representative." Yielding to the solicitation of many primary a candidate election for, any I herewith office at the next
for I friends I announce myself as a candI- announce
remain -
Thanking support
the afternoon, Geo. Gingras's new complications have set in, and no unfavorable you your Yours truly, date for nomination before the coming my candidacy for the office of county

' boat Trente Sept won from scratch I symptoms have developed.Chamberlain' JOHN HOUSTON primaries.If to treasurer this Brevard county. If elected
office I
nominated and re-elected I shall use promise to give to the
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after exciting finish. The Dolphin people of the
an
Cough Remedy is my best effort, as in the past, to promote county as good service as
,,; and the Secret starting almost together Both Agreeable and EffectiveChamberlains For County CommissionersWe the interest of our whole public has been given by our present and most
neck for that school system. Respectfully efficient treasurer. I trust that I will receive
: i went neck and one respectfully announce we
# ; Cough Remedy has no superior your support. J. F.
i< shall be candidates for commis- JOHN R. WALKER. WOOTEN
r mile and a half. Then all the boats for cpughsjcolds anti croup and the ;sioners from county districts at ____ ._____ n ____
fact that it is pleasant to take and contains our respective
faded to mere specks swung around nothing in any way injurious has made it a I the next primary election. Notice For Tax Assessor
: :. the turn and came back in a group. favorite with mothers. Mr.W. S. Pel ham. a Trusting that our services meet your To the People) of Brevard
merchant of Kirksville, Iowa says: For I approval, and that we will receive your I respectfully announce myself as a County.
s i 1 When within a half mile of the finish more than twenty years Chamberlain's Oough support. We remain yours truly, candidate at the next primary electionfor I respectfully announce myself
Gingras pushed the Trente Sept into Remedy has been my leading remedy for all J. M. OSBAN, Dist. No. 1. re-election as sheriff of Brevard candidate for re-election as county as tax a
throat troubles. It is especially successful incases J. R. MIOT Dist. No. 2. county. I would appreciate the earnest assessor. Trusting
work has
t my
the lead, defeating the Dolphin by of croup. Children like it and my customers met
R. A. CONK Dist. No. 3. of all our people. your approval and
who have used it will not take any LING, support thanking fel'
i twelve seconds, and eighteen seconds. other." For sale by Titnsville Pharmacy and T. A. ROBINSON, Dist. No. 4. Yours truly your support, I remain yours truly.
t later the Lamb finished with the Se-' all dealers. T. J. COCKSHUTT Dist. No. 5. JOSEPH P. BROWN. W. H. HALL.

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'" <'[toiDE ., HOME-MADE MIXTURECURES A TALLAHASSEE FORECAST I '. KD. V
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.i::. '. z { A GREAT COUP RHEUMATISM The Race for the Senate Promises : ,
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_.F "), t. .. ] gected'a Settlement litlitlift.Qtlfflints Says Many Persons Here Can Be (lade The following to Be Sensational political straws we EMGLANDSAYS t .1 1f

;" /": rSr -s-i: !. of State Lands Happy Again By Using This clip from- the Savannah News of Sun-
.. '..--J.: < 1\o: >r .- D.
-:' .; .'jXnoitl>6 Savannah Horning- News. There is so much rheumatism herein day.Some NO ALUM ] : j
of the political writers have
z: Zrobb1y the ourneighborhoodnowthatthefol-
il greatest coup ever
said that this is to be a quiet year in|
?-'! Craadein the administrative lowing advice by eminent author-
g .: history an Florida politics. On the contrary it.
iti.; ;Of the state was the compromise effected ity, who writes for readers of a large : IN FOOD i : p
promises to be one of the warmest,
tii: by the trustees of the internal eastern daily paper, will be highly though the heated period has not yet
#fi improvement fund with the claimants appreciated by those who suffer:
arrived. Lamar from '
congressman and
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x:4 of, state lands Get from strictly prohibitsthe
which_releases any good pharmacy one-
the third district,is seeking the nom-,
,?! the lands and places within the treasury half ounce fluid extract dandelion, ination for the senate and he is being sale or alum 1

m 1 .of Florida nearly 100000.; one ounce Compound Kargon,'three opposed by Duncan U. Fletcher and baking powder- e 1 :

The facts leading up to the com ounces of compound syrup sarsapa- Senator William J. Bryan. Lamar .
promise based rilla. Shake these well in bottle So does France
are' upon the act of a has been in Washington and has just
9 congress, which gave the state of and take in teaspoonful doses after t
come back to the state to open his So does Germany .
Florida 20,000,000 acres of land with each meal and at bed time;also drink campaign. | .'

4 an obligation attached,that the Ever- plenty of good water.It Senator Bryan is ill with typhoid The sale of alum foods 4
glade lands should be drained and re is claimed that there are few victims fever in Washington, and will not be J has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum .

: ; claimed. It is a matter of history of this dread and torturous disease able to get into the race for some bia, and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as
"tv oft repeated that the trustees never who will fail to find ready reliefin '
weeks but his friends
are bestirring;j injurious. R
'
made any attempt to carry out the this simple home-made mixture, themselves in his behalf and when To protect yourself| against} alum, =
obligation of draining, except in one and in most tases a permanent cure .
the his
speaking begins :; opponentswill I when ordering baking powder
or two spasmodic instances, until is the result. be met on every stump. ; I: rSajijkiinIjai
Gov. Broward was elected and went This simnle recipe is said to
I Fletcher is making a thorough canvass _
into office in January, 1905. He had I strengthen and; cleanse the eliminative of the state. His name and photo .
promised from the stump that he tissues of the kidneys so that iph are on every fence and bill- .
4 would save what land was left but they can filter and strain from the board. Your correspondent has recently iIwA RAKING .

i the difficulties of executing such a blood and system the poisons, acids made a trip through the mid- nv
' promise may be appreciated when it and waste matter, which cause not dle and lower portion of the state and IML POWDER

is known that of"the 20,000,000 acres only rheumatism, but numerous the Fletcher bill poster has missed no and be very sure you get Royal I

given by the government that the other diseases. Everyman woman chance to make the people acquainted Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape ;.
here who feels that their
legislatures>> had granted 24,000.'tOOacres' ) kidneys are name +
with the and likeness of Fletcher. Cream of T attar. It adds to the digestibility and whole-
and active who suffers
not
i .r to the railroads. In other healthy or Besides this the candidate has
of the food.
y J words the prodigality of legislative from any urinary trouble what been present at the various public someness ,

t grants had more than consumed the ever should not hesitate to'makeup gatherings that enliven the social, ,
i ; entire area granted by the general this mixture, as it is certainto intellectual and religious life of the

government, and as the lands were I do much good, and may save you commonwealth. The greatest inter -- ,.
patented by the government to the 1. from much misery and suffering after est will settle in this senatorial com- The yacht Reo Pastime left Miami On board are Mr. and Mrs. .R. E. I' I i -

= state,the railroad attorneys appearedat while. the first of this week on her way Olds and Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Olds,of '
the land office and demanded deeds Our home druggists say they will I bat.Lamar has always stood as an anti- back to Daytona, having passed southof Lansing, Mich., who have been cruis-
and'received them. This continuedup either supply the ingredients or mix corporation man, but the line up is here a little over month ago. ing among the keys and to the west "

.to the Jennings administration, the prescription ready to take if our so unusual, the corporations havingno coast. '

which immediately preceded the readers ask them. corporation candidate in the field NoticeI Rheumatic Pains BelievedB.

? Broward administration. that the antis their guard will be at the following places for the pnr- F. ,
are now on Crocker Esq. now 84 years of age.
Death of Mrs. F. H. of
the for the
taxes
Boye pose a'assessing 1908 at
and for of
Jennings was the first governor to and have made the "dope book" up time named below. I would take as a great Martmsbnrg twenty, Iowa years, says justice"I am the terribly peace af-at .
} question the right of the legislatureto The people of Titusville and vicini- like this. favor if all would meet me at the designated flicted with sciatic rheumatism in my leftarm
ty learned with the deepest regret of places at the time named. It will enable me and right hip. I have used three bottlesof
grant away the lands, which were The corporations are encouraging to complete my work earlier and store cor- Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it did meIota -
irrevocably vested in the trustees of the death of Mrs. F. H. Boye, who Fletcher to run so as to divide Bry rectly. W. H. HALL. Assessor. of good." For sale by Titusville Pharmacy i
and LaGrange,Sat'day, Mch.21,a.m.cooper shop and all dealers.
passed quietly peacefully
the internal improvement fund for away an's strength in the first primary. It llaulover, Monday,Mch.23,a.m.T. .Crook'&
?: purposes of reclamation and im about 11:30 o'clock :Monday night, is thought that Bryan will lead with t Farmers mechanics. railroaders, laborers-
o Mch. 16th, at her home about three Don't think that piles can't be cured.Thousands rely on Dr.Thomas' Electric Oil. Takes the
provement. Lamar second and Fletcher third, I of obstinate cases have been cured by sting out of cats barns or bruises at once.
;; This determination which fol.tl miles south of town. Mrs. Boye had kan's Ointment. 50 cents at store. Pain cannot where is used.
I"Lthe was which will throw him out of the sec: any drug stay it
. lowed through the Jennings and been in failing health for several ond primary. This will make the -- ---------- -- -------- --
Broward administrations involved weeks and the immediate cause of
race between Bryan and Lamar in
the trustees in law suits,chiefly with her death was erysipelas.Mrs. ,the end and the corporations hope KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE
.i. -- the Louisville Nashville railroad Lavina Boye, nee Foreman to put Lamar in. But there is the- i

I and the Wisner Land company, the was born Sandusky,Ohio, 49 years opinion that the corporations have Buggy Type

latter being a grantee of the railroad ago. She came to Titusville in the underestimated Fletcher's strengthand HIGH WHEELS, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD .
early 80s, and for several years resided -
company. Through the operation his campaigning ability, and
if- of an injunction obtained before the with her sister, Mrs.J. F. Reed, have over-reached themselves in sucha $875 anal: -a..p .
; and married in March, 1888. She t
Judge Swayne,the claimants tied leaves was husband, three daughters, calculation as that recorded. At Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla.

the funds of the trustees up so that Edna Ruth and Helen, and two sons, any rate Fletcher has the best of the "
: they could not be used, and the sale Frank and John. others, so far, because he has been '
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
of the remaining land would undoubtedly Owing to the absence of her son longer in the field, while his competitors -
.Frank and daughter Ruth, the funeral .
been followed! like in Senator
have by I were Washington. '
was held Wednesday morning at
proceedings, so that the trustees the Presbyterian church in order Bryan's unfortunate illness is particularly DEALERS IN
were crippled in their efforts to drain that all members of the family mightbe bad for him at this time, but lj
the Everglades, though Broward nev- present; but word to the son in it is a misfortune that his co-runners Lumber and Building Materials

er faltered in his promise to begin Dade him! county probably failed to reach I will not fail to take advantage of. i

the drainage and devoted time and The service was conducted by Rev. Bryan has made an excellent impression OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL
energy unstintingly to this purpose. L. T. lobe and the interment madein in congress Washington,
Ean Gallic Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach
Yards at TitasYille Cocoa
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Titusville The floral brilliant
Through the terms of the compromisethe cemetery. his career is of such promise f-<
claimants release their claims and tributes were profuse and beautifully that his friends expect to leave nothing We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders

the_ state saves 2,250,000 acres and Deceased arranged.had been a member of undone to make up for his* absence for shipment direct from the mills
$95,000 together with $125,000 invested the Presbyterian church for 25 years at the critical time. The first ---- ----- ---- l

in dredges and machinerynow and was a woman of very high Chris- primary is to be held May.19, and b "h'irwmIVNNNNr Wi..VNNi hV, ,.
at work in the Everglades.The tian character and of unimpeachable the campaign from this time on will
integrity, all of which has left its impress -
be activ Lamar opened at Gainesville -
transaction is regarded gener- e.
the members of her fam
ally agan achievement for the ad ily. A upon devoted mother, fond wife, last week and Fletcher has already HARDWAREPaints I
ministration. That Gov. Browardhas who was help-meet in all trials, she been at it for months. Beforeit
worked against great odds there has reached her reward. Let the I is over there will be some very interesting
sympathy of all be poured out !oI times. "

can be no question. those who will miss her so much in ____ ____ ____ _
n
k It is telling but a well known truth the home and family circle.
k' that a great many are stubbornly opposed .- East Coast Meat MarketG.F.DUBENAGENT Jas. Pritchard & Son k
circumstances
under
to drainage any

and look upon it as a profligate i- Handle the Finest Lines of g <*
;' casting away of money for no Does Your. -

: good. These even claim that the Ly Florida and Heavy and Shelf Hardware

} Everglade lands would be of no value __ __ ._ 11("" .
when reclaimed, and between these Heart BeatYes. WesternHeats -- -

dissensions, and the effort to drain Our Stock of ;j
and at the same time bring the claimants

and litigants for the remaining 100,000 times each day. Guns and Sporting Goods J

lands to terms in order to dismiss the Does it send out good bloodor of all Kinds
suits and set the land free of incum- bad blood? You know, for is complete at all times'i ..:

brance, Gov. Broward's administration But heM good blood is good health ; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA =
has been a stormy one.
has accomplished the compromise, bad blood, bad health. And 0. A. STEWART and Oils of Qualityone
which saves all that land to the state you know precisely .what to 1

which had not been deeded to the take for bad blood-Aycr's **. of our SpecialtiesQuotations i j
railroads before the Jennings admin- Sarsaparilla. Doctors have

istration. In this act he has absolutely endorsed it for 60 years. Fire Insurance 1I

made good his campaign pledge liver ODe frequent Thi product cause of consnp.t"U.bad blood U a loi*lnirrtih om>u for large or small orders will
that he would save the nlMtancei are then absorbed into. t'.e bloud. Mail Orders
be attention.
and
Keep UM boweU open wiib Ayet fim. satTITUSVILLE given personal t
the
the railroads for the people, solicited and filled
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out tr f.C.yes Co..Lower i FLORIDAI promptly
work in carrying
dredges are at la ateotann er
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his other promise.If A >|*O A6t'E CUKE- represent some of the leading I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA '
Stockton is elected governor, WO I CHcRRV: HECT09AUW companies of the world and any
and there is every indicationwill tontine hare DO tecretat We pmt'Uh business entrusted to me will receive -
will be, the drainage be the terminal cf alt Ul'mecbdDfi. prompt andcaref attention WHmmN.WMYwlMwmm1m! NWJ
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; Georgia Central begins.. The Illinois FOR THEBOWELS
-="t : BEST
si, 1 f N.s .' Central In turn connects with the UnIon -
Pacific at Omaha and with the

.: Southern Pacific atew Orleans.
1!); ;t whence both lines run to 'the Pacific
Df 1. f
It hnen't a regular bultb111JQTemea&
coast cities. oweU yon enrr da..,>oa'reillerwillhi. Yapyua
sad be welL Forcc,I.the stage ifsmoothest .
0I0..81a open
if- Railroad Retrenchment Plan. taoll, i. caJlcer""" n. II
e ufe tpCi oe' perfect .al of k..pla ,
and
President Tuttle of the Boston the bowels dear aid etoa U to take ..
Maine railroad has asked the conductors CANDYCATHARTIC

rnu trainmen and firemen to accept ,

; a wage "reduction of 3 per cent .

until July 1 rather than that many

irk: men be laid off altogether the present M prh

rates to be resumed thereafter. He

k>> explains that the company's affairs are .

In a more serious: eniersncy than ever ) ,
h before existed and that the outlook 7 r

on .corporate evils had done good and Reply of the Liquor Men. I for the future gives no Indication of

would give him an enviable place In The National Model License league mprovedcnt." EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY .
| CONGRESSIONAL I IPtobing'Submarine with headquarters nt SL Louis, has Pleasant Palatable. Potent Taste Good, Do
The senator had known
.. history. never Good. Never St.l:....We k.. or Gripe; 10.5 sad
started in on its national fight against' Write for fret umple.sod eoo >
"snch a mixture of good and evil In 10 cents per box. 4 /3
the anti-saloon and local option forces I. EXECUTIVEFleet'at .1 1.toll health. Address 433
.f Scandal. any public man" Bailey was advocating Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or Mew York.
vrhen the special committee of the the substitute financial bill drawn by issuing a circular directed solely: BLOOD GLEAM f
KEEP YOUR
; > hoise was ready to begin the investigations by himself for the minority of the against prohibition. It concedes that Magdalena Bay.

of the submarine: scandal It called finance committee. It provides for a he "lawless saloon is a fruitful source Admiral Crans. in command of the -- ,

Represents tine I.iJiey; to take the stand government currency free from- bank of human wretchedness. It says thatGrant' battleship fleet arrived off Magdalena: Negro Banks In Mississippi.There t

.. aj the fl; f 'vitness coucernlns the control. died from smoking, a habit be bay March 11. thus bringing to a successful are ten negro banks In Mississippi -
.
:s formed because of prohibitory law.
t which a organized a
charges ending a long voyage from and they recently
More Naval Critics Heard.
". be had brought and that prohibition increases the number Hampton Reads began Dec. 1C last bankers association of their own.
_, Two admirals of the navy. Goodricb of liquor dealers causes more crime state J
But Lilley refused This was three days ahead of schedule! -- ------- l
and Remey. told the senate committeeon and and .
public corruption deprh-es'tb. I"-
point Evans reported all blJb ps In good A Swollen Jaws
naval affairs that the armor belt on state of Its largest source of ret'enue.'It .
blank betherit's caused -
condition
to placehimself and ready to start anywhereor not pretty pleasant
most of battleships had been placed that under the Bal-
charges prohibitory nl"llnalsdtoothath.. or accident
e in this met any emergency. The navy .: + defensive Ut too low to.be effective In battle. Re- law Kansas has declined; from wealthto ard's Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling
rs announced that the flee
that should Into and relieve the pain. The great and sore
thought a ship
and
mey go poverty degradation:
:1V tude holding I wouldustraHa.! scalds-
!- rare for rhenmatbni. cute, burns any
battle with full load of
that It 'his' a supplies "Go It Alone.! Sold by TitusviUe
'I was Hearst to and all aches and pains.
Roth he and Goodrich said the armorshould To Investigate Stock Gambllns- and Banner Drug Story
right to call (itbcr Hearst has authorized the Pharmacy
W. R. announcement -
Ife i be half above the water line. Herbert Knox: Smith the commissioner -
men as ..It..lt -
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On March 10 Captain McR. Winslow of that independenceleague of corporations, has bern ordered X. .,? j tie Doesn't.
V fit *sses and question the bureau of navigation confirmed will not support Roosevelt. Bryan by tbe president to examine into Ilowell-!>o you like congregational:

them as the the: statement of Ueuterdabl and Sims or Johnson in the coming campaignfor the methods of stock trading so as to singing? Powell-I did until the cart

prosecutor. b(- that: the-ships under Evans were overdraft the presidency but will nominateIts furnish the basis for legislation to In our neighborhood adopted tbe idea.
; fore taking the ticket the will
1' when they left Hampton Roads. own Hevsays league regulate In such manner as to exclude -
stand himself: vote for its candidates with a strength: the bucket The will Include
: Commander Key also was prepared to shops. inquiry
lie also complained likely to be a revelation to the old ANOLADACESAYS [ {
i parties
r of the laws
: point; out many defects In construction a study governingsuch
4# ? that he and that "if It does not elect this
trading in other countries.
Chairman EoutelL but the committee treated him in the
wns lJt'inhld- candidate! of Its own in this particular
-in
curt that it had Sims. _
owed bjf detectives and asked that the same way election It I is going to lay the solid Metcaif Defends Recent Ships.In .

committee protect him as a memberof Negro Dismissals Upheld. foundation for doing so in tbe next"SOCIOLOGICAL a letter to the senate committee "A light purse is a heavy curse"

the house. Chairman Boutell said Simultaneously the senate received Secretary Jletcalf gives the details of Sickness makes a light purse.

ii that the sole object of the investigationwas tbe several reports of the committeeon the department's action In the design The LIVER is the seat of nine

to get 'at the truth. But the request -, military affairs on the Brownsville! I 1 1A of the new battleships .', tenths of all disease.

of Lilley for the calling of other shooting affray for which three com Delaware and ,

k : witnesses and their examination by parties of the Twenty-fifth (negro regIment North Dakota and f\'
Dutch Communist Heard.Dr.
counsel was denied. Boutell intimatedthat were dismissed without honor. sass that the recent .
Frederick Van Eeden. noted .
as -if
if Lilley persisted in his refusal and a message from the president asking criticisms of T utt'sPillsgo
he foremost writer and sociologist oflolland. ,
?; a motion for expulsion would follow. legislation extending! the time of the navy are not
311. the to New
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When the committee met again it an order permitting any one of the dismissed came way applicable to these '" I
a York to tell the Civic forum about his r
a still Insisted that Lilley be examined soldiers to re-enlist who can I vessels. With only '

- first and be finally gave his testimony prove his( innocence to the satisfactionof l'spt'rlmentsDd: : beliefs in practical one exception the t to the root of the whole matter

: In detail after which he demanded the president The majority reportof communism. First in a small farm experts agreed on r c% thoroughly, quickly safely f

*' that President Rice and other officials the committee finds that the shooting colony known as Walden and later in the placing of the and restore the action of the

of the Electric Boat company be called. was done by -some of the soldiersof a large commercial enterprise in aid armor licit where It LIVER to normal condition. "

y This the .committee refused. Lilley I the Twenty-fifth. although, therewere of the unemployed of his own land. Dr. Is, and Admiral 1
Van Eeden told how he had tried to Give tone to the system and
declared under oath that be would some contradictious the testi- Evans, who bad

' ., show that for years the Holland Boat mony. The principal minority report enable workers to co-operate in self been for a higher solid flesh to the body. 4
Senator and supporting industries in the spirit of Secretary Metcaif. f
signed by Scott others belt, was brought
. takes the ground that "It has been Impossible Brotherhood and good will. Although around to the view of the majority. Take No Substitute.

lobby at Washington to Influence ap- to prove who did the shoot- both had resulted in pecuniary disaster The secretary says be Is convinced that -- f

propriations In favor of its submarines Ing" and that the soldiers! should be I he was more than ever convinced the ships of our navy, type for type In ..

boats and that regular retainers were rt'Store..Lnothef report signed by I that the solution of our social problems their own period of design, are In no

1 paid to such men as C. E. Creecy. Foraker alone holds that the dismissed! lay in this direction. He proposes sense inferior to those of any other na

{ t Eppa Hnnton. former Senator Butler soldiers are innocent. A fourth report to form a great. growing "labor tion. 1. 1

S. C. McNeir W. U. Kerr and others. S.1YIt Is fair to assume that aI! of the salvation army" to do the business of !!!

; He would show that the senate amendment dismissed men were not Implicated! the world on the mutual benefit plan Wormology

I + i to the appropriation bill last and legislation to meet the president's" but be admits that to succeed it must child should is be nel\'uC.studied fretful by every starts parent.in it's If s you eep, ..

the for suggestion for their re-enlistment Is be guided by a "commercial and organizing
I year was prepared by attorney is pasty faced, has rings under it's eyes always

the boat company that large sums of recommended.Move genius." Under existing: : con- seems hungry, is not gaining weight, Say.Ma.HI live will I be as big a roose u you?
money had been contributed by the I to Curb the Speaker. ditions he calls the United States a you can IN sure the trouble is worms. White', Yes, toy child it you don't use
Cream Vermifuge is solute for
an cure
t same company to the campaign funds Hayes of California a Republican "common misery" Instead of a commonwealth worms. Is its own purgative. Sold by Ti- MAGIC WHITE SOAP.

p of members who were favorable to the member of the house Is circulating a and says that the statue of tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. Rub Magic on soiledparts. leave them ha
: t' submarines and that large: sum had Liberty Is a cruel mockery. water one hour. No boiKnj; :no washboards;
petition pledging support to a motionto no backache if you use MAGIC WHJTK
T;: + E been spent by the company to defeat take much of the arbitrary powerof Women In Civic Federation.To Animals Are Not Proud. SOAR Will iron easy as magic: has no rosin

r members of the naval committee who the form a national woman's committee Prnfpi "n'htlster asserts that animals like in yellow soap. Get your grocer to orderor
t speaker away by making the seed as $t)0 for 1 box of 100 $c. c kes
A t had opposed submarine appropriations. committee on rules elective and to of the National Civic federation lack moral I feeling entirely, none, We pay for Irtiitht. Sue the wrappers.

Further he would show that the agents consist of seven instead of five mem- was the purpose of a meeting: of of their nets being: immoral or mor-.llin I MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld

! ;. of the company had tried to influence bers. At present the speaker has the wealthy New York women at the home the broad sense and that they have no New Orleans La.
,
the action of high officials of the nary appointment of this all powerful com of Miss Anne Morgan daughter of J. trace of a sense of shame or of honor.

t department and bad In other ways absolutely mittc, of five. The Immediate objectof P. Morgan, a few days ago. The committee Their courage be declares Is "a mere,

:f suppressed "any possibility of this" movement is to prevent the will Interest Itself in welfare Impulse of nature. and of moral sour HANDY MOTH PAPER

tic ; ll competition In submarine construe forcing of the Aldrich bill through the work among factory women and other age; they know nothing.; lIe continues:

' tlon" He would show that representatives house. workers. Mrs J. Borden Harrimantold "And animals have no pride in the. A moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed

. : I' of leading newspapers had the ladles that It was not a mat sense of man's conception of that qnal under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing -
been subsidized that in a Michigan Preparing For an Extra Session.Rf'prl'sentati"f" ter of charity but that "a decent. ity. They are not proud of their kind. it drives away moths and worry Twelve
sheets in packet
a carriage prepaid 10
f district (that of Loud an attorney had Sherman with the of their kindred of their IndividualityThey cents
t wholesome environment for the worker Six packets 50 cents if druggist doesn't have it.
r' been and that members of knowledge and consent of the speaker neither have individuality
employed an no
has come to be a part of the social
Madlgan Powder Work.
Selection
Is 848
circulating members of the
; among
the naval committee had been Indlt'ldual.nima13 not
approached and civic obligation of the modern em- are are proud ClarkesvllleIowa
by lobbyists. He did not house a request that the committee on ployer." She asked. "Should not the because! they have no consciousness' } 01.

+ claim however to have knowledge of ways and means sit during the next woman who spends the money which the scope of the value of their kind 01, TIMEI-SMONEY

) money being passed to any member or recess toolle..t tariff data on which the employee helps to provide take a their enterprise or of any other form I

coneress. revision work may proceed without special Interest In their welfare, espedany of their capability. They are'CHl1'! r
The of Speaker Cannon was delay at an extra session of the next supercilious, proud nor the ,
i name In that of the women wage earn coutrary-
-. ,::- brought Into the scandal when Representative 'I congress. As now understood among ers?" Mrs. A. Alexander was chosen that is. grieved wounded or depressed
Republican lenders, this work will "
Hobson testified that Lawrence president. Branches are to be formed In regard to a possible pride.
e be begun March 15, 1909. *Tbe sittingof
'T. Spear a constructing engineer of In many cities and tbe plan of battleIs -r
the boat bad offered to use the committee during the campaignIs ; Lovers
company to appeal direct to the owners and
T a + Influence with the speaker to get Ilob- expected to give assurance that revision managers of the various industries for of good health should prevent sickness instead -
ff son appointed to the naval committeeIf is at band. betterments. of letting themselves pet: sick and then c
try to core it. So Ions keep
as you your
would to
the latter
agree support Mothers' Congress at Washington. bowels and stomach in a healthy and active
r submarine appropriations.To condition you won't get bick. Ballard's Her
I POLITICAL'' Under the auspices of the National
bine relieves
To Investigate Garfield Charges. constipation inactive liver and
Mothers' Congress which was starts stomach and bowel troubles. Sold by Ti.
y Upon motion of Senator Tillman the eleven years ago, an international conference tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store

5 senate called upon Secretary of the Interior Nebraska In Taft Column. on the child was held at WashIngton -

Garfield: and Attorney General The Nebraska Republican convention last week Mrs. Frederic( !

r Bonaparte for all papers bearing the at Omaha March 1:: strongly Indorse Scholl! presiding. The day before the Tins
M juntas true in
awards made by the recent Chickasaw- the Roosevelt administration and instructed mothers already there bad called on Machines as regard to Sewing
anything else.
i! a Choctaw citizenship commission. It Is delegates to Chicago for Taf President Roosevelt and bad received By using Long Shuttle Machines,
no matter
charged that Garfield and Bonaparte The platform calls for tariff revisiou a spirited address emphasizing his how well made you are actually! thn.", inz
nave In their possession evidence of Oklahoma's Republican convention also well known views on race suicide. Ile away 3 hours out of every bovm

the commission's corruption In givingto ; Instructed for Taft. told them that the mother who does THE STANDARD ROTARY SHUTTLE
I a law firm the $, .OOO commissionfor SEWING MACHINE
her part toward the rearing and train
Taft Bureau Makes Mistake.
getting through the S2: +),00nt>I)0 Ing of the boys and girls of the coming; Will make 3J stitches in the same time Long
Shuttle
claim. Several men connected with The issuance of a pamphlet by the Machines make only 2 io.
Taft literary bureau at Columbus givIng generation occupies "a more honorableas The Standard Rotary Principal is: UMt atd-
the Taft campaign were said to be protected well position entifically correct, which
as a more Important fact has been
H-OVW
by Garfield but the latter denies the Impression; that the secretary In the community than any man In It." "yf' years of successful use in all i-nrtsoftKe
of would the Roosevelt world and
the whole story. war disregard Iyour competitors routiiHH.udr
.. trying to it
..''F The Hague Treaties Ratified. policies If elected and adopt a conservative .;TA NDAItlii.copy \NI) I iyRSr! TIn Tin:

,. In executive session tbe senate ratified course satisfactory to Wall street I INDUSTRIAL I WORLD'S BEST !SEWING MACHINE, i. two

six of the treaties adopted by The was repudiated by Mr. Taft at Wash machines Ball in one-Lo and Chain Stitch-

iiigtoii.; and his manager. Vorys. explained Bearing SUnd-Straight Automatic Lit0. \.
to thelaws .
conference relating
Hague peace Harriman' Atlantic Outlet. o tn investigate the merits of the
{ -I of war. rights and duties of neu- that in hIs absence from Columbus Fastest. Most Silent Easiest Running and the
When the of the Central
of the bad purchase most durable
one ineu got out the Sewing <<
bombardments etc.
trals. without his Railroad of Georgia by E. H. Harriman STANDARDROTAISY. 5A demomtratkik
pamphlet knowledge or
FRIEND
t a" Roosevelt "Dangerous Character"While consent The objectionable matter went into effect March 9 that TO FRIEND. "evelation." Write for pri"f'It and EaTy: Payment '
Plan
speaking to the currency bill shrewd financier possessed his long Guaranteed Sewing Machines .
contained the statement that there The personal recommendations of fI200 up. ,.
I Senator Bailey said that President sought outlet to the Atlantic seaboard peapie The Standard
Is temperamental difference between
a who have been cured of Sewing Machine Co.: .
;, 4 Roosevelt was "the most dangerous of Roosevelt ard Taft. the latter being a rnd a system of railroads stretchingfrom coughs and 59 S. Broad SU, AtUnU. Ga .

1 e all bur public characters" because of 1 trained lawyer and judge who always ocean to ocean. Recently the I colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Standard Sewing

the harm he had done In exalting the lanlfested great deliberation and con Illinois Central in which his sway 1 Is i have done more than all else to make iti a Machine 1 ,

a 4 i central government while at the same II tcrvntisoi In action. now undisputed completed a connectIng staple article of trade and commerce over is sold by the Indian River

%F I r time admitting that the president's war link Into Birmingham, where the a large part of the civilized world. Music House, Titusville .








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