The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
February 1, 1907


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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,. .Awmatenea date, Feb. Mth, at Dr.

e s tmke and mwk at Witoon

4 b egap"" es te oMisuami mee a

mshoUl 4m w see the
I"edf l wt Q mma. Qu sy eew jest

fa GmRead b wnowmed home
tem her vit eof seal days with her
ln, Miss e Ontms. of Oak HilL
IWe bawD. teom-a- tIoomi a hlowe
emiioer t pseaemal amb ahis week on
Damnt oft tp aa d other mgn r is-
t ladd r le idues tof T= Sa.m.
AlS ye, mwm md esoue tamubl
qlkly esmby Dr. H. Arm-
ng.l withot% dIW or o See
him at Dr. WHiem's ooe Feb. 4kt.
DIo ft hp t that Dr. Anrm&tee the
eye specialiT, wi ltbe in Thimmie oUa his
vuqawr pm. ual.. v Fets Feb. 15th, and
msy be m asM Dr. Wilm's-ome.
Rev. J. W. MeNary, of Rockledge, is
, peehbing to hum coagaptionM every
8 unday might in the Pubdyhrim du h.
He will prmeb again e t Sunday at
73 p. m.
MNa. lBaisem. and damhter. of Atlanta,
aried Isom OsCoe this week. They
om semm with MEL JakBMW.r as


*anin the IN ty. --and boys i
"alUdwisa.8 -" ml uo name-
r tme lab theu- sQualty make-
be k ft umfts-MM and infamts
is the ImMD ,ew mke.
No, muor whet kind aof eo you want
w mss iM St a us Y~r adeam. We
p emee orl em oall o of towa
=o-e Wmo- 80. BuANnO
Tie Ootder, Matter
sad OetMater, TMhsville, i.

TIa litiea" a s d ldmri an& the Gam-
seml Pealess at hlm B"
Tbhe wehr lm bea ideal all this
weetfer tbe motor boat rating at Palm
bh, which b mmmuMd Tuesday a"id
ON udy. OChief inarest was cMonted
in tU Dxie, ownm d by E. J. Schroeder,
of New Jersey, and the Katherine, owned
by J. Middleby, Jr., o Botoo, maemUlly
kaemase the ver resent production of
Gel. Giors, of BRoakled, *apu to the
timo at em intter'e dimbility Wednmeday.
Ia Toeday's ralg the h nadicpping
was made aeording to the rting rules of
A. P. R. L mciatin, mMd on aaceeding
days ws ibmed upsa actual per mance,
the moat iifobely fair method that he
-- yet bem su.Wemd
Tuesday-In Clao B, 10 miles, Kath-
wine w M the winar; Dixie, the acra*te
boat, bad an ovwrhated aM t bearing
and bad to withdraw. The Kutheri"e
aim won in sm B in the ahernoon-
two eaup for her the fmt day--a f-e
dhowiig~ The Simplex, oa New York,
wom the other there aces.
WedMesday-I- Cl Y, 30 feet and
over, both morning and sfterwoo, sad
in ClmasZ the Dixie woo. In class X,
Baby Bullet, G. F. Paddson, won, the
two ld boat m mers =a Errand Boy.


a--uj. C. -Ot u Fism

C. T. McOarty, the most prominent
man living in St. Linde county, lawyer,
real estate dealer and pineapple x rower,
of Eldred, was shot and killed in Fort
Pieree Wednesday morning about 9
o'clock by W. C. Bawlineon, of Ankona.
The shooting occurred jmt as McCarty
left Edge's barber shop, Rawlinson tak-
ing a eland in the doorway of the drug
tore, about ten feet distant, and as Mc-
Carty emerId from the barber shop
Rawlinsoan red upon him at close range.
Fiv dshoe were fied. At the second
abhot McCarty fell forward o hibs face, one
bullet entered the body at the tae of the
brain, one in the side and one in the leg,
two abshots went wild. MeCarty d.ed at 2
The trouble originated over a land deal
in which Rawlinon had disposed of his
place to Count Malabri, a Frenchman,
for $18,000t M c(rty, as agent for the
count Malabri, lkeated a judgment against
the property for $1.000 in favor of P. P.
Cobb, and ist e aid the deal was declared
Rawlinon became enraged and declared
his intention to kill Cobb, MeCarty and
the Frenuch-n He eat on the hotel
steps waiting for Cobb, but seeing Me-
Carty enter the barber shop. he awaited
MeCrty'a exit, when be shot him down.
Rawliaon uarredered to the authorities
and was placed in jaiL
After his anset Bawlinon said his on.
ly egret was that he failed to get Cobb
and the Frenchman too. The crime has
deeply stirred that whole community for
MeCarty was one of the moet prominent
ab n ho moo lvAN if W0a M

Flul Cluar S il at UNi's
n1mys f uy 3qnpuma
MONDAT, FmVATr 4, 197.
Ladies' lisle thsead mndeests, long
sleeves and knee drawers to match, with
lace trimminjg,apecal cents per suit.
IAdies' ,ndsrvests, deevelm with
tape in neck and ar boea, 14 casts
Lonadale cambr., yard wide, manufas-
or'e price cmts woleale, Mouday
only, 10 yards for $1.00. Not more than
0lyards will be sold to one Iumommer.
Li~e corset cover, with torehon in-
sertion and edge to match, worth 10
cents, special SO cents each.
Robber sheeting, 3 inches wide, fresh
from the factory, special 6s cents per
Clgoae's talcum powder, In cashmere
bouquet or violet, usual price 25 cents,
Monday 18 cen:..
White mercarised waiting, tin dotae
stripe or fiure, some worth 35 and 50
mens a yad, Monday only S ests per
Wash silk, all color including white
and black, 24 inches wide, 40 cents per
White shirt wai linen, 36inche wide,
sop ot.,
worth 50 mes per yard, Monday osly,
Drees oods in all the newest shades,
almost anything you want in black or
gray at a big reduction.
Chiffon voile, 44 inches wide, in all the
slatet pin check, worth $1.00 per yard,
special 70 centa.
Blfak silk down, every yard guaran-
teed, worth $2.00 per yard, Monday's
special, $1 S5.
Black wool shepherd plaid, black and
white only, worth 75 cents per yard, cut
price 40 cents.
French ginhams, in plaid, worth 25
cents, special 14 cents per yard.
Special prices in table linen and nap-
kins to match.
Mail orders promptly filled on any of
the above goods.
Juucu Kun,
Titnuville Fla

Telephone No. 8.



sitHal Uat the up If ta.
Aim a Th u cmau a
Mrs Beadine is ebpeatng to untor1
to her home in Valdmeta, Ga., tmamnoew.?
Get your sait. chlom Bros. make,
from Winsto 8. Brain, the daSier.
Go to Winseton BuaniaW'ofr tee
clothing, hoes, hats, men's and beoy'
fnMuurmisim. The bigt and best steak
ln the city. One prim to alL
Vr. E. H. Armsetrog, the eye amd
nerve specialist, makes personal predoes
ione visit here Feb. 16th, and may be
eem as D. Wilsoe's ofie.
Rev. Wm. Stne will hold services at
Mime next Sueday morning anl in Tites-
ville Baptist church in the evening. All
ae cordally invited.
Mr. W. H. MeFarland arrived yester-
day to spend one month only before get-
ting to work kIc-the rood apsin with Wal-
lace& Hagebach Shows.
Mrs. Burns, of COnaveral, returned
home the eat aof the week hom Miami,
whee bhe hea been vtinag erdaaghtbr.
Miss bebel Burne, for several weeks.
Mrs. A. A. Mobea wee made happy
Monday afternoon by the arrival of her
father, Mr. D. N. Cone, of Benteo, Fla.,
who is here for a visit witL his daughter.
Mn. D. B. Pritchard accompanied by
her friend, Mrs. Breedlove, spens part of
yesterday at Cooa ad Rorkledge. Mr.
Eugene Berse and M Cocmle Ryas also
wero of the party.
The Florida Extract Works started up
the first artof this week after bein. ahut

-- 9- mo- men on tne east, com e. eves a wn Indian Rives Natal, eest Assb down fr several weeks to make som
Main street. where they will spend the having mexceeded their 3 per cent limit. and threeoe. W W"C er antel, A eetent Awmials down for several weeks to make somen
manme of the season. In Clams X, 5 miles, Mas, W. L Huff- The funeral will be held Sunday. W C Bays, Atlanta; L C Long, Chi- necessary repairs. This institution pays
-v. W. P. Alie will preach at Tits. w .* In Class X, 10 miles, Baby mg;W Moo, Jacksornville; Walt out artly 00 per week for wages and
fy. W. F. Alles; will preach at Tkaw lm-.'- Won' lam X- p, BabysHa'f, Macon, Ga; Chas E REad, FM isagreathaelp to our town.
ile next Seaday morning and at CoDo Balles won, but marted 5 minutes too Orane GrowW' mention Welch, Atlanta, Ga; Mr and Mrs ME help to o
luaday evening. The evening nservie smn. The Indian River Orange Growers' co- CArd. Fort Pierce, Fla; B. Rothschild, Mr. W. R. Knox, now of New Smyrna,
wil bvin at 7 o'clock. Sunday school Right after the losing of the morning mention will be held at Titusville, Feb. NY; JE W 4Daas,1 N C; D Pal Ibs formerly,a resident of this place, ie
BwW h tanhaia te a o o tkiro; J E Auain antd
wi be hld at 10 o'clock in the morning, ras there wa a colliio between the 14th. HR Acton, Baltimore; here this week for the purpose of paper-
a unL Clarke boat, Braiter, and the Middleby The convention will open with the in- Casdwell, St Louis, Mo; J J Duncan, J T ing two dwellap for Mr. Adhemar Be.
"1. Armstrong the well known eye oot, Katherine, rwulting in both being vocation of the divine blessing by Rev. Pickett, W U T Co; Mrs C B Hodgdon. dy. Mr. Knox's friends are pleased to
anderespeast infor s that he nk. Them two boats were passing the William Stones, followed by the welcome Mi H Wooen, Copp, A e e him k here again, even though it
wfl makes a pr.fs.ional visit toTiteville yachbt Aleor with the yacht between address at 10 a. m.. by Mayor Wileson. beth, N J; Mr nd Mr HC Wilburly
s Feb. 11th, one say only, ad can be them so they could not see each other who will be responded to by Mr. John Jacksontille Times Union; Mr and Mr There is a ehsage in the persoel of the
eem MtDr. Wilson's oNle. until it was too late to avoid the collision H. Sams, of Courtenay, Fla., in behalf AE Rogers, Brooklyn; CE Hutton ln- parterbship known as the Atlanta Fish &
an. Wiey s d the crash was a sudden one, the of the growers. Tie berneite of orge- don, Eug; Mr and M A Field.Brook Produce Co., of this place. This change
..Wiley bs bad sevemlbuldunstrikingthe iiser about for nisation will be discmed by Prof. F.G. i; F Ed Spooer, AlfedW J -Moreavesn, W H e of the prese wk,
Kaehebnr residence lot ove theSpelt l en Ho P. &Bche Ths ee i, J HGerrie, W J -Morsan, W H took place the finst of the present week,
emethet em the ster. Th e e was Shell and Hoe. E. P. Porcher. Thesewil Harrion, Mr W H Harrison, New York; when Mr. A. B. Yelvington disposed of
We prepamory to rep irina hermOMP dmmagd at the bow and stern twisted, followed by the discussion of others W F Mayo, Boston; B C Bell and wife. his interest in the company to Dr. pell,
Sotherwise i pving h property while the B er was almot cutin two and the or isation of the convention. New York;JW Hayne, Chicao;G F recently moved hrefrom Kentucky.
T buildsp removed werisold to Hen- throwing both these boast out of ao all the orangleWgrowersmotnt U Ketchum and wife, Warwick, N ; A
y Maxwel ot o all All the orane we on the Indian Lincoln Myers and family. Atlantic City; The launch Cherokee, of Daytonas, ar-
B Wag.r.o T_ a evema- river are especially invited. R A Macready. London, Eng; W M Pri- ed at this place Saturday night in a
EB &, Wager, eitorof TH SrA ansd The 22 maguificet cape were on exhi- die, Weet Virginia; H M Nolle, Titoeville; di- is pd c aiurday igh t in a
hi se, MasterRyal e were taking the hbtio atMthe Royal oiniana, also the ADVICE ON GOOD SHOES FA Warner. Jacksonville; J R Candle disabled condo and with a party of
nostor beat nsae M Palm Bach this famous Dewar trophy, this urophy will and four, men; J L Hunson, Miami; W E tourist and newspaper correspondents on
week. They ereetertmned byo ocers no doubt be woe by the Dixie ~s year. S thuat A em Law, W P Beasley, Atlanta, Ga;H W board who were on their way to Palm
AlTyOabs bFasootew bSeiiLiyrWheeler. Miss M E Wheeler, Detroit; Bech, amon them was Mr. W. J. Mo?-
and members of Gilberts Bar Yacht club The Dixie makes about 2S~ mike an AGeo B Stewart, Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs Bch, among the was Mr. W. J M
while thee, which added much to the bhor and is able to hold a uniform speed BY JULIUS KLINE P Gates, N Y; L Moreton Murray, Day- gCa, of motor fare. The gearing on one
"joyme* of the occasion, the editor when going at that rate. tons; Jesie A Moore, Savannah, Ga; J8 of the motors was out of adjustment and
SIt is rubbing, pinching and binding Le Fils, Jacksonville; J M Burrill, H A she could only make about four miles an
of this paper was formerly a member of ris is the fastest time that has leen that make the feet hurt. Shoes that Smith, Louisville, Ky; BC (Abernethv, hour with the other motor, conaeuently
that club. made by any motor boat in Florida or are too large or ugly in shape don't Orlando; V F Booth, Sanford; J H Mohr- staid here tilSu
A meetiagof the director of the In- in any of the Southern states. prevent this; don't make the feet mann, Angesta, Ga; NM MeEachern, theparty n t w
dian Ritver Yacht dub was held lest Fri- comfortable. N C; T S Wheelerand wife, Plainfield, they took the train for their destination
da eight for the purpose of ettin the ready r D h to north Pole It is the stiff soles, rubbing at ev- NJ;s Theo Weeler, New York; M and the Cherokee returned to Daytona.
a- feothe ldb in hape foe the annual FCu ae Hiesthba, ;H FAd h a e, a;A WH iAW
massing which will be held in the club A Wei7al from Franciso,-l rey step, tht make the feet burn Buffalo, N Y; H F Aldrich and wie, Pa;
r next Friday aftentoo, Feb. 8th, at 18th Janunary, tatu that Major H. B. and ache, make the shoe pinch and Win B Stevens, Peterbmrg, Va; Fred P JBOGA31 PILsCOX OMPAIT
2 o'clock sharp, at which time the sem Hervey, United States weather hmrean bind across the top of the foot or at Bowle,, Chicago; John Bowers. Folkston. Play .
gion of oSeer for tthe easing year eoes lappector, des lares the plane of the Wll- the heel. N C; Jos Austin, Morristown, Tenn;John Py Titu ll Next Week. Some-
up. Will the members please note and man Arctic expedition, which will take With its trimness and style, per- Williams, Peacock, Fla; E Williams, Ire- thing Out of the Ordinary
be peent promptly at the hour above the aerial route to the pole and of which feet in cut, the Krippendorf & Ditt- land; John M Shro, Chicago; L F Blank- Th
ronmad? well matured.first; its sole is flexible. The sole, S H Happersett, Jacksonville; L W Yar- secured on a personal guarantee the Beg-
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, HOES made of leather, tanned by special naIl, Lakeland; T Roberts, Monte; C I gar Prince Opera company, presenting
Headquarters for the expedition were Birch, Baltimore; Scheffel Wright, Mi-e comic opera by tmt title with gat
VALENTINES all VALENTINES established on Spitaberuen Island last process, is of regular walking thick- oani; Miss Smnmon.r, Ean Giatie; MissSe comic opera by at title with grea
pneey M r He u s ytre lan ness, yet so supple that it bends with ITownsend. Texas; T F Williams, Day- OwXeXss.
one enet to one dolar year. Major Herey ays the Wellman the foot; this suppleness makes the tona; CC CrCo ees, Jacksonville; WH Mc- The Beggar Prince comprises, 16 people
o party hopes to reach tle north pole in shoe which fits at every point, fits Farland, Wallace & Hagenback Shows. and a grand beauty chorus. The company
Chas. A. Gardser, 'Phone 34. thirty-six hours from Spitzbergen. The in every position. The Krippendorf Tents or sale carry all their own scenery and electrical
Tituoville, Florida. trial of the new airship will be made in & Dittman shoe affords the support
te and protection that the foot must Fifty McFarland tent@, second hand, effects, and are en route to Naseau, then
S or Major Heey known to ma havebut without the rubpinch in fair order, very cheap. Appvl to THE to Key West. This is beyond all doubt
Sis wliown to man t without rub, and office. i the best and most important theatrical
S. Indian river, as e wy in chare bind. It entirely prevents the rub-
OFTod no. lO* of sheIndian river, as he was ore starlyin chat Trguse bing, smarting and aching caused by THE INTITA IVM HOTL engagement evergiven in TTitunville and
of the weather bureaustationatTitusstovidd athe sats are $100, 75 cnts and 215 cents
stiff soles. Provides hot and cold be" and inside ... t -
sasy wares --------- -------- vi We have them in all styles, high toiles on two or, iry bed room o- in pric. s sm i e worth
saomks and b -----.....-.. la-- atartee and low, patent leather and vici, etc. erlooking the river, sample rooms, c 0Zv o ct aendforimusnae i ving
B ia e ao --. fn-u. W ix- 1UFor Rest or te eamen JULIUs KLINE, Titusville. consultation rooms, large ONl diniah of h city are una in havig the
ta .- ....... The handsome cotts adjoining St. r. nooms, free library with the leading daily ; ity oMerfsitns.sing tiplay.
s --------------- is Marks church, Cocoa. Has 3 bedroom. rWR SALK caOU r Fon casm. and weekly papers on file, free telephone Harr LaVlle is tenor.
Ca M excasi-------------- Ingroorkitchena About 88 acs of good high for guests, free use of typewriting nin-Ah- Price have Ien arranged at $1 00 re-
( ^& a...exc.. Sebathroom with all modern convenien.l, About 88 acres ofgood high land on in. Electric lighted throughout the en- rv e t ra admi n
161 27 furnished throughout. For further par- the t or ocean side of the Indian river tire building inside and out. Open da v general adm on,
(pi lstock paid is.--------- es.e.OM tiMculars apply to A. 0. LtmPnAM. atthe Narrows, described an follows: Lot and Right, attentive porters attend 1and -2 -c .s for children, Ticketso.
ESings a nL.--------------- 1 1 S Peoples' Grocery, Coct, Fla. No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, eti tins, on ive m ak r, ti ale a Winston S. training'. Over
brt------------ 5736, in township 31 south, range 39 east. station. Good fishing from hotel dock. $'.( aforb" r has dien personally sub-
DeDeo making 1e This land is unimproved but finely lo-. e ned for by our leading citizen. Thb.
1 eeu"AB cated. For further particularsaaddres. Dental W otice engagement takes place. Wednesday, Feb.
Mrs. C. A. Krulder ba opened dress E. M. Lcw, J. W. Newman, D. 1). S., of the firm 6th.
r Sale ad soest i making parlors in TME hArz building, Brocktos, Mass. 'of Macy & Newman. of West Palm
For sale: One canopy top surrey, one ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty. Beach, will be in Titusville for a few Draying
reeae eoung orange grove, pert bear-. ITU ET STOCK wFOR SALK. days fully prepared to attend to any den- Draving or hauling of all kindsprompt-
ing frit, river front. Will ret or sell Call at Titaville Livery, at rear of Citrus stock Mwn on igh i p land. tal work. He has his office in the brick ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
two pearoom cottage partly famished Robbins' law ofe, lor stylish rigs Indam Riva r Na ssM, i lsl 1388 building opposite the court house, where wood for sale at all times.
r light hmouskeeplng. Writ or call on leave our orders for hauling, both do- Sea for catalogm, T o and Vest he will be pleased to see all who want. H. E. HOLTOx,
E. BL. AsOLD, Malabar, F. t le a glJe. J. M. Osbaa, proprietor. Palm Bach, Fa. first class work done. j TiumviUe, Fla.

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Dryden Short of Majority.
The first ballot in the joint session of
the New Jersey legislature at Trenton
gave United States Senator Dryden
thirty-six votes, which was five short
of the number needed to re-elect him.
Eight Republicans had refused to enter
the caucus which nominated him. The
other votes were scattered among half
a dosen candidates, among whom ex-
Attorney General Griggs, Chancellor
Pitney and President Wilon of Prince-
ton are the best known.

Remove Lake to Save Mine.
The steel trust is preparing to drain
Trout lake. near Grand Rapids. Mina..
at a cost of $2.000,000 because water
from the lake leaks into the shafts of
the Canisteo mine, maklag at neces-
sary to work the pumps day and night
A deep canal will be necessary to carry
the water Into the Swan river.
Tehuantapec Railroad Opensd.
The completed short cut line from
ocean to ocean across the isthmus of
Tehuantepec was opened formally Jan.
23, when President Diax of Mexico
started the machinery which carried
the first load of merchandise from a
ship to a car at Salina Cruz. (oatza-
tcalcoR is the Atlantic terminus of the
road. To that point the presidential
train followed next day. and the first
carload of frei. dht was transferred to
a ship on the Atlantic side. The length
of the line Is about 200 miles.
Plans of Tallest Building.
The filing of plans for the tower of
the Metropolitan Life Insurance build-
ing at Twenty-third street, between
Madison and Fourth avenues,. New
York., indicates that this will be the
highest business structure In the world
and second only to the =90el tower It-
self. The base of the Metropolitan
tower will rest on the corner formerly
occupied by Dr. Parkhurst's Madisos
Square dbch and will be 75 by 8
reet. The tap will be M test from the
street amI eM se t ftem the feuma-
tiem. The lCek tees In the tower winl
be 846 estabevo the e6 walk. TM
booms VOq L mm"W- MR.coerro

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West Virgisna. Delver oet Iowa, Ce -
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Deaf Wine Despite Clags
Netwidthtandlag that additional eol-

lawim the relations of Senator Bailey of
Texas to the Wa
terw-Ple ee 0l 9codm-
pas sand Its prei d
dest waas brought to
Eight thFmg'h docm
Smet made public
by J. P. Grat, for-
mnerly secretary of
the WatewPlierce-
Oil Rcmany, other
Teas legislature
Se.tor. Daiy. ator Bailey. This
was mm ple
'only after the senator had promised
that he would resign I thMe report of
the legislative conmftes charged wla
the investigation of his cmeeuet should
be unfavorable and abould be adopted
by thae house and the senate. He re-
edved 100 votes, 56 opposing and oth-
ers refusing to vote.
The Hearst papers in Chileago and
New York published a number of faec
simile letters and vouchers which pass-
ed between Bailey and Pierce. appar-.
eatly showing beyond question that the
sums r&eived by Bailey were In re-
turn for political services to the oil In-
terests. However, this Inference was
formally resisted by the accused sen-
stor In a speech before the legislature,
and be was cheered both inside and
outside the house by thousands of his
friends who had come to Austin to cel-
ebrate his victory.

Replying In a Interview to those re-
marks. Mr. Stokes agreed that larger
sm were needed. but he thought this
a r different thtng from KlevJg

not larger mn esi be permitted to
take private advast e at the east of
the welfare f the rSeat ma a t-a
people. ls m wINe s oe t hr
whole.tie to getting before the people
the facts e o- a trial lf. whick
w th bic injustice of th eeo-
* mimic system e which It is n*udI
They wIln cestln, however, to live in
thirW tiny lat en Nerftolk street in the
MeAt edo. sms
aye W*en Are Pemalt.
A Mtlag NEit esem of the part played
by Wome la the United States was
hurled by Dr. Charges P. Fagnanil of
Unli .Theological emMiary at the
New York Weesley cldub. He charae-
tersed American women as "content-
ed staves," who favored the hares
Idea not to the fun oriental limit, but
In the sense of a confined, restricted
ufe. He said their so called sphere
was not even a hemisphere. The cSrse
of the world was parasitism, and wom-
an was a parasite, be said, and asked.
"Why should not every college gradu-
ate and undergraduate be taught a
trade?" If. as had been said by a
Boston woman, the women who try
to improve social conditions are dan-
gerous, he would invite all to become
dangerous women.

am&* a up 1mailms
ad Fear -ases sameTwemty-tb41
tN sTmt- at e s. It wIteem-
Sa saeer eem of tw mty-ae seres.
Th m i ls strnctwe ls New
Tow wml be te tower e to e aSer
baildn. at Broaeway and Lerty
tret. whik will be feet.
lbs Wah lg mem eat is 55
tet. the Petdlea h LM. a47;
m. d of .. 4GW; e* Antwerp ea-
edral, 476; Me mramberW cathedral,
Als Limit Raised to Forty4ve.
Deesme ot the iBeoeslmBg diiuluy
It getting men for varom branches of
Its ser e, the Peai~lvadla railroad
has raised the age Ulmt from thirty-
Ave to forty-Ave years, the former fg-
ure havrlg been established whe the
paslon system went Into eect lin 19W.
It Is presumed that other railroads will
fellow salt..

Against Finality In Religion.
President Eliot of Harvard, speaking
to a meeting of Congregational minis-
ters at Boston. opposed everything that
stands for finality in religion. He
said there was an Irresistible tendency
toward the belief that truth cannot be
lxed. If in all the range of philoso-
phy and science no one believes that
the end has been reached, why sabould
the theologian Imagine he has reached,
the end of theology?
Ceonan of Cathoeliea.
The 1907 official Catholic directory
published In Milwaukee, places the
Catholic population of the United
States at 13.069353. which Is an In-
crease of 437.300 over the previous year.
The number of clergymen Increased to
153, anu there were 334 new Catho-
lic churches established, making a to-
tal of 12.148 churches. There are 8;5
ecclesiastical seminaries, with 5.007
students, and 40.364 parochial schools,
with an attendance of 1,006,82. The
hierarchy now consists of the papal
delegate. 1 cardinal 14 archbishops, 90
bishops and 18 abbots. There are 11.-
135 secular priests and 3,958 In the 45
different orders.
Board of Missions Growth.
The American board of missions now
has 29.386 stations and outstations.
4.750 men and 6,039 women mission-
aries. 70.735 native laborers. 13,349,908
communicants. 1.120,802 under Instruc-
tion and an income of $18,605,748.


Settlement Workers Quit.
That J. G. Phelps Stokes and his
wife. Rose Pastor Stokes, had definite-
ly decided to withdraw from the set-
tiement work and from all forms of
organized charities in order to become
"full Ihaked Socialists," as Mrs. Stokes
put it, by becoming members of the
Socialist party came to public notice
casually during a dinner of the New
York alumni of Syracuse university.
In fact. the Stokes-
es both explained
that they had been
withdrawing from
settlement work for
some time. They
had come to feel
that all this charity
work acted as a sort
of blind and kept
Mrs. Stokes. pe'ol|le fr)m realiz-
ing the truth about their condition and
eased lte (on-iv!ie o who live in luxury o0z the stolen half
of the" workers I.r.Je:r:uee.
Thi<- :;lVte etdil t< 1He r,:;zitrks ef
Chain-ell ,r Iiay whi'-u feI!.\,v-d. his
subject I.iiin "Millioiia:'replhd lia." iIe1
spoke aipr,' of tlile ,reait char-
ities iof wealthy men he knew and of
his gratitu.le t.i all worker.. !nt
thought that the po<,r were gettingli
wares for all they tdo :ind a great part
of thenu for in ire than they do. :idding.
"They r:in su plort ii.**0 -ilus. l,--
tween the Battery anl II:irle-na. aud I
am not .oini to charge it all up t, tUe
corporations." Hlie was particularly
bitter on the labor question, detinin.-
the labor unions as a combination "for
getting as much as possible by doing
as little work as possible." Finally be
said that "ao greater despotism reign-
ed on the face of this earth than trades
unionism." He believed in the era of
larger men and larger Institutions.

The "Salome" of Strauss.
Richard Strauss' musical Interpreta-
tion of Oscar Wilde's "Salome." which
created such a sensation in Europe.
bad its first American production at
the New York Metropolitan Opera
House last week, with Fremstad in the
title role. The ultra sensual character
of the subject had piqued the curios-
ity of the prurient public, and a packed
house witnessed what most of the crit-
ics say was a profanation of art. The
realism of the music was marvelous in
portraying the utter depravity of Sa-
Iome's passion for John the Baptist
and the bestialities of Hlerod. In the
staged drama the ultra Wagnerian mu-
sic of Strauss is for the first time un-
derstood as a new tonal language.
Roosevelt Judges Sculpture.
A model statue of Kosciusko by Ie-
wandowski of Vienna. which had been
favored by a committee of famous
sculptors, is now rejected by the gov-
ernment judges because President
Roosevelt thought it Inferior to the
model by Popiel of Austria. Prizes
amounting to $2.000 will be divided
among the first three competitors.
The Natural Kind.
"There were firebia s all about the
country where we spent last summer."
"-;kln ines gracious. IDid they do
much damagee"
"'Ohl. n. n ill wlwworins. you know, are
q P Itr 1 Ir : -: <." i;:: t *-. >;* .\ii;-!ienn.

Commmo Colds are the Cause of Many ter-
lon. ilf...I"
Physicians who have. ained a national
rerlirttion as analystsof the-can ef vari-
,is ,li.ease-s, claim that if ratii iig cold
cnilid hIt avoided a lon: lia Iit (it l:nge-r- ,i
nilnients never would te heard of.
ryone know. that pneuit oni a anid con-
iunption t>riginte:ilt tn i : a .. ii an chr.on
ic catarrh. br Innt trouble art- aggravatedl and rendilered
more serionu by -l-h If-i -hittark. Ito
not risk yv'ur Hife .., takt-e ci.airnt- when
von have* a *-;d ('t: C tl..: rlain' .a ('otii;l
Reutedy i il e re it ef".,,r- tihee li.weaseo.
develoii. Thi. remedy co-iittaini noi pilinn
inorphlmine or o-tlt-r thariiltil dinug and
t, thirty years r f rep tti.t;ti, n I ;Lck f it,
aimedd by lv its ;-ile uniider all con-lditions.
FI'r -ait- ly all iruigi-,t.: and aIediine

For Infants and Children.
The Yed.Y Have Alap Bogt
Bears the
Signature of 447W.

A terna Uverderages the whole
system, and produces

Dypeia, Costivesess, Rhea-
metis. Sdllw Skia Id Piles.
Ths ale betle remedy -f these
cmmasseemasthma D= TUTT'S
U PE.L sa s a tr w prove.
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; .., FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY FEBRUARY lr 1907pwtofiefl <
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mDA- STAR tendance. In the second place, the,meet 8BILOH. PASTOR
ia too:*;early by at least three weeks:to Messrs. J. W. Griffia and Jas. A., Taylor -

suit the aototnobil*; makers. It cornea were in TltusViile on business last .

Satirad at the atTtoifffli uttend betweenVthe'two; 'national,. automobile week.
V elMft Bail Batter
shows at New York aud Cbicqo. The Mr. J. E. Patfllo returned Mondayfrom .

V *' il t:,t.wapr'a. dltstrttd>< etlty >aa. art'week in February or the first weekin a visit to Osteenv He will continue

t r Ji March would 'mi them all right. In the work in his grove.

FBIDAYMOBKIKO the third the rules which allow the
1i:1tT place
Mr.and Mrs. Guinn,of THusvUle, were Old People Are Especially //1L1111 1 ILWIIU
VV-V;. __V entry of so-called "freak" cars have
visiting with friends at this place a few
; !'The.bin. oTBepresentative Clark pro- scared off many entries,and-in the fourth last Liable to Catarrh.
days week.
,, Tiding tnt the president shall sell the place, the fearfully high rates charged on

.1 < Philippine islands to Japan, is worthy machines by the railroads and boat lines Messrs.! David A.Taylor, Virgel Harom fE

: .- ,seriocs, eomldeft Oa. Bat who knows is prohibitive to a large entry of cars.: and Misses Margaret Russell and Mayme .j/5 "

,: V VV that Japan wants,to bay the islands "Still Ormoed-Daytona beach holds Taylor] attended the box social at Oak Pe-ru-na Is a Tonic Especially ,. f

V'! records, and the big crowdcan mil[ last Friday evening.Mrs. Adapted to ThesexCases.Her. i gig I

{ To the direct inquiry as to whether he be brougbtain if the people are Carol Levan left Saturday for an 1

V would be a candidate for governor, Eon. given a fair show. We bad good weather extended visit to her niece, Mrs. Guinn, \\n,

Jeff B. Browne of Key West, recently and good officials this year, but few cars in Ti u8rille.

_ ,said: "That he would look over the
to race. Mrs. Smith and two daughters, Misses

field and make np his mind later." Toa Harvie and Penelope] and Mrs. Ziy expect -
Announcement LuncheonThe
man a tree, however, it looks aa
up to visit: in Cocoa and Rockledge this
though he was really] preparing for some-. most enjoyable social event which week.

Y thing. has taken place in Rockledge for many a
Mr. G. W. Bennett brought his little
V day was the luncheon given at 1 ofclock
f.. Y daughter Cora, down to Mrs. Ziy'a last I
For the benefit of thoee who abhor p. m. Thursday, January 24tb, in the
week where she will board and attend
= ink prime factor to the advancement
.rt printers aa a beautiful and hospitable home of our well-
R f 'V of their interests, we should known and highly esteemed Ex-Senator our school the remainder of the term.A .
/ state that Sampeon-the strong party- G. S. Hardee. '
c Baby
,- was the first man to advertise. He took The
V Mesdames Palermo
guests present were
: demonstrate should be sunshine in the house and will ,
J two solid columns to his Puckett, O'HaraBanke( Pettee, be if you give it White's Cream Vermiug ( aR

: strength and several thonsand' people Hatch, Clark and the Misses Dooly, Har- ( *, the beet worm medicine offered to V V'C

w s Humbled" to his scheme. He Brought n eon and Magruder. Those of the family suffering humanity. This fixture is becoming -
the permanent fixture of all
t down the house. present were Mrs. Hardee and daughter, ouseholda. A mother with children

Mesdames Andrews and Gingras, Misses can't get along without a bottle of White's
? Says the Philadelphia Preen: "While Viand, Ruth and Grace. Cream Vermifuge in the house. Sold by

r a dollar doesn't go so far today in buy Shortly after the arrival of the ]last Red Cross P rjiacy.

:? ing meat or bread or a bouse, it goes, ,,
guests a dainty five-course luncheon was \
V V" farther than formerly in buying stocks served by Miss Grace Hardee and her Profitable Beal Estate Deal,Utica,ST.Y..writes! : t .; : f fA i
s= and bonds." Here, then, we have a solution frIend, Miss Cornelia Magruder. From Savannah News. "In June,1901,I lost my sense of hearing > :':"' '., .

of the problem of the increased When the diningroom was thrown open Probably one of the most profitablereal entirely. My hearing had been A .. c' :::7 :

somewhat impaired for several ..... : .. /
cost of living. Let us quit eating exclamations of delight were beard on ] estate deals ever n ade North Carolina years ,;.3"( .. 'c -\-'"

y and meat and living in houses and buy every side-"Just like a bit of fairy land!" was that of a negro of the name of but not so much affected 'but that I [ ;"
could hold converse with my friends; "
3 ti' H stocks and bonds., "Perfectly beautiful "Isn't it lovely?" Collin: Some years ago he bought near
1t but In Jane, 1901, my sense of hearingleft } :i
-and many other feminine phrases of Asheville a tract of six acres, on which me so' that I could hear no sound ;

Rhode Island is going to repeal her law delight and appreciation of the pretty there was a cabin, for which he paid $200. whatever. I was also troubled with .. .. ., ,.. .
for the protection of deer. Under its operations scene. Truly the room was a thing of The tract proved to be situated in the rheumatic pains in my limbs. .;. :: '; : : "

J the deer have become so numerous beauty, with its festoons of vines from I; heart of what subsequently; became thereat "I commenced taking Peruna and now -:@'{'" T 1'

as to be a nuisance, ruining crops and Vanderbilt of Biltmore. my hearing is restored as good as it was .oI-"i' f
comer to corner, red hearts decorating the ; barony
: causing a great deal of damage. Nor does The in the prior to June L
snowy curtains and a profusion of ferns. negro'a property was directly Strong and Vigorous
1901. rheumatic
that mean that there are a great many The dark shades had been lowered and ,,'ayof the artistic development of Mr. At the Age of My

t V deer in Rhode Island either. Turn a Tanderbilt's For Ellhty-elght Years. pains
t i the gas lighted, which added very mate magnificent estate. are all
hundred of the anim"ls ]loose in
I couple rially to the fairy-like appearance of the year the owner of Biltmore tried to buy 1 cannot speak too highly of Peruna, Pleasure to Endorse P -ru-na.
a state that is two counties at low tide out the who declined Rey.Chas.Leander,pastor & Spiritual
room. Of course, though, the table was negro, persistently and now when eighty-eight years old
and one when the tide is in, and they the crowning feature of the whole, and ta sell, saying he had his home and wanted can say it baa invigorated my whole Society of San Francisco,write

will overrun it. that had been turned, by deft and artistic to keep it. Mr. Vanderbilt offered a system from 811 Turk street, Ban Francisco

fancy price for tFe! land. "Double it "I cannot but think,dear Doctor, that Cal., as follows:
fingers, into a thing to charm the eye 'Of "It Is with pleasure that I give my-
The initial number of the Mima Her. must feel thankful to the All-
; all who were privileged to behold it. The said the nejjro's attorney. Mr. Vander. you very endorsement ot Peruaa. My esp err

,aid, a neat little three-c lomn newspaper, center piece was of fern and bilt refused. After a while Mr. Vanderderbilt loving Father that you have been permitted leoce has been very satisfactory front

V ti edited by the pupils of the public school red asparagus he would the to live,and by your skill be such Its use, and I do firmly believe that It
carnations, with a large red I heart thought give negro's
have been to
a blessing as you suffering is the best known remedy for catarrh
V : at Mims, was launched forth the first of "
suspended from the chandelier just above. advanced price. "Double it, again said humanity." J.X. Parker.In In all Its different forms."..Cbas..
this week, fall of little editorials and brief. Tiny red ribbons were tied to this and the attorney. Mr. Vanderbilt refused. old age; the mucous membranes become Leaoder.

Its concerning the public school and the ran to each i of the fourteen places where \ year or so later, the rich man annoyedat thickened and partly lose their No other physician in the world baa

;r j good people of Mims. One of our oM place-cards and red, heart shaped favors the negro's presence, said he would function. Peruna corrects all this by received such a volume of entbusiastio<<
said it reminded him 'of THE STAn all the letters Hartman for
timers "Double its specific operation on mucous thanks as Dr.
the twice doubled
were fastened. Mr. Ronald's name was give price.
when it was started at this place some membranes of the body. Peruna.
engraved upon the reverse side of these iL, repeated the attorney, as he haddone

twenty-eeven years ago. Who knows but cards. Much lively] interest was aroused before Mr. Vanderbilt refused. Some .

that the tiny Herald may yet develop over the disclosure of this name. Red days ago, according to an Asheville dispatch W W.'NlrWNNJWNrWiNRWNNr' "r
1.:. from the little acorn sheet that it now is,
x ribbon was tied around each of the four negotiations were again opened on
into the oak and be
: sturdy journalistic a
shades of the chandelier and ran to the the basis of the price last demanded.

newspaper of renown and prestige. We table corners, terminating in Lows above "Double i it," was the attorney's answer.

hope that it may. The printingof this large red hearts. Small hearts strung Mr. Vanderbilt doubled it immediately
i miniature is done Tn up'On
being at
f paper red baby ribbon were looped at the and closed the trade, not .willing to risk TheIapesFertilizersFifty
SlUT office. The publication is expectedsemi
J ends and from the. ends to center of side, any further doublings. The sum received -
Dan Hansell the etJ
monthly. was
each loop ending with a large heart Asparagus by this negro for his land has notbeen
itor for the first number.
.:' fern was twined in and out.among stated, but it is understood to be
V V .,. the hearts: and on the top of the table enough to buy him a fine house and

Up to-date Ada. pansies and violets were scattered. Farm and keep him in plenty during the years' experience throngh three gen
: .
V'V \ When an advertiser complains that he erations of the
V V'z This attractive luncheon began with remainder of Ins life. Mapes family.

z has not been getting adequate returns on fruit and ended with --- -- We household
sherbert, cake and are a word all over fair Florida.
his investment he would do well to make Dearness Cannot Be Cared
: coffee, after which Mrs. Hardee rose and Our thirtieth in the
a little introspection. .THE STAR has By local applications,as they cannot reach the year
formally announced
j engagement of diseased portion of the ear. There is only one Our goods combine safety and
testimony, oral and w tten, from reliability
many her daughter, Cecil Maud to )Ir. T. (i. way to cure deafness aDd that is by coostitu ,
t I. of its advertisers, that they are getting Ronald. This gentleman is wellknown tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed profit for the grower.
handsome returns. Such men those condition of the mucous lining of the No
f throughout the east coast, and ha3 a host eustachian tube. SVhenthis tube gds inflamedyou dangerous compounds.Ask .
who advertise in a live way. Some people friends. have a rumblingsoODd or imperfect hearing
These will heartily congratulate our agents for pamphlets and find the
t ,. contract for a certain amount of spacer and when it is entirely clobed deafness is
him upon his good taste and judgment in the result,and unless the inflammation can be teason why you onght to buy our goods.
and then
apparently, forget the spare the selection of a future bride and success I taken out and this tube restored to its normal
-and so dp those who would otherwise in winning her. condition, bearing will be destroyed forever;

patronize them. If an advertisement i it nine caws out of ten are caused by catarrh, Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro. Titusyille
., Miss Hardee's health and happinesswere which is nothing bat an inflamed condition of; ,
not kept up-to date, or is not a live onto heartily drunk and she wasbhower. the mucous surfaces. J. M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, RockledgeA.
begin with the reader is likely to de We will give ODe Hundred Dollars for any
ed with good wishes from everyone present case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can T. Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann,
cide that the advertiser is of the sum not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care. Send for
all of which she
accepted most
grace E. R.
V character dead one, and he pates over circulars, fire. Provost, LotusEngraved
fully in an appropriate little speevfl of F. J. CHENEY & COToledoO. MerritJ:
I such an !advertisement and looks for a appreciation and thanks *ySold by drujfjcisjUSc..

live And the dead one complains ono The part then retired to the parlor, Uall's"Family }>ills are the best 1\Y>>JM"' Y I,, J>>I}}..I YvI IA

where Miss Harrison
favored them with
Weekly Report.
l j Without exception, advertisers who ae-
some beautiful instrumental! ] selection, .
r knowledge results are those who mate a 8.DSPARTMENTOPAoaIcuLTcaaWEATB
also: atTomiianying Mrs.
Andrews and KR BCBKAD. ,
f'' their advertisements timely and interest ... --.--.r
Miss Ruth Hardee in some sweet andwell JUPITER FLA., Jan. 29. 1907.Comparative .
j ing. They look upon their investment fr'
i executed foloa.Everyone I I ---FORI
statement of
i of this character as a serious business temperaturesand
was in the l>est 'Of'piritsauI' rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.
and do their,part to get returns. They
all, with unanimous consent, pron"nm-e< 1901 19U, Wedding,
have something to offer and it before
k t the affair to IK; the most delightful they DATE lIUX illS. :II,-x. IUS.
the public in such a way that the public in for Jan. 23. 7"2 tiO 7d ti2
will recognize the fact, and this brings ha\ll'artidI'lttt't1 many a day. 2-1 73 62 65 51) 1
I 23. 72 5'- 61: M InvitationsAnnouncements lt;;
s Then the sale
I answers. depends "
i upon Notice 26. 7" 66 62 ;)3
the advertiser' -27. 71 j6 6316
All concerned take notice that I will "
25. 73 50 62 :-JO f.l
Advertisers watch advertisements.Show i
.t your introduce in the next legislature! a bill to 29. 1-1 ijZ; 11 .Jtj
the public you have something of't abolish the l"OUIltl'nurt" of Bre"'ard county Total rainfall for tbe week. .';9 incht-s.

interest, and the public will be quick to Florida. WADE H. JONES, Departure rainfall forthe week minus.03

't ire pond. January 23rJ, 1907. Representative. inches.Departure rainfall since: : Jau. 1st, minu VISITING CARDS .,
2.74 inches.

t Reasons For the Fall-Off Notice U.Official P. Charge. I and all kinds of

Mr. W. J. Morgan, the authority onE All concerned take notice that I Vim :1 FASHIONABLE STATIONERYAddress Jl:

auto racing/ was interviewed the first of introduce a bill in the next legislature to Marring to Death

E this week in regard to the falling off of amend ('hapter1562 of the laws of Florida Because her stomach was !so weakened
so as to exclude all that part of Mosquito by useless drugging that she ronld not
interest and number of entries in the 1
recent -
lagoon lying in Brevard county from eat, Mrs Mary 11. Walters, of fit. Clair THE RY.
r auto racesatI rmand'Daytona beach, the operation of said chapter. :St., Columbus, 0., was literally starving ] B. DREW CO. W

s I and is quoted aa follows: WADE H. JoNes, to death. She writes: "My stomach wa

"The Ormond Daytona beach races Representative. !so weak from useless drugs that 1 could

speak for themselves. They were not as January 23rd, 1907. not eat, and my nerves were so wrecked 1 JACKSONVILLE;, FLORIDA .,
that I could not sleep, and not before Iwas t
I good as formerly and at least four reasons GUN REPAIR SHOP given up to die was I induced to try .. "

can be offered as an explanation for their Send your guns for repairs to Henry Electric BItters, with the wonderful result -

indifferent goccesa. In the first place,the Benecke. All work thoroughly done began at once, J KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
three severe spells of weather for three Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto and a compete cure followed." Best [
new, also guns stocked and shotguns health tonic oil earth. 50c. Guarantees
successive rating KUDOS chilled the at rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville, Fla., by Red Cross Pharmacy. rt

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: :DOINGS OF 'THE FINE SHOESWe : C, T. M'CARTY MURDERED: Final Clearance Sale at Kline's'; LOCAL GOSSIP .

have the ,largest and best line of Bargains in
Every DepartmentMOXDAT V
: PRESENT WEEK shoes in the city. For men and boys in Shot By W. C. Rawlinson'at Fort Pierce AND PERSONALS .i
1 the Edwin Clapp and Crossett makes; FEBRUARY 4, 1907. 3s

: for ladies in the Queen Quality make Wednesday Morning Ladies' lisle thread undenests, long

best that's made; for misses and infantsin sleeves and knee drawers to match with
Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events the Irving Drew make. c. T. McCarty, the most prominentman lace trimming, special 59 cents per suit. Something About the People of TitosTille -

\ Transpiring About Tom !, No matter what kind of shoe you want living in St. Lucie county, lawyer, Ladies' nnderveste, sleeveless, with as They Come and Go '
we have it. Send us your orders. We i real estate dealer and pineapple grower, tape in neck and armholes 12} cents

Dr. Armstrong's date, Feb. loth at Dr. pay express or postage on all out of town I ofEIdred, was shot and killed in Fort each. Mrs. Breedlove is expecting to return t

"Wilson's office. orders. WINSTON S. BKAXMX, Pierce Wednesday morning about 9 Lonsdale cambric yard wide, manufacturer's to her home in Valdosta, Ga., tomorrow. f'
The Clothier Furnisher, Hatter price 12} cents wholesale, Monday
\ Fine trnnks and suit cases at Winston and Outfitter, Titusville, Fla. o'clock by W.. C. Rawlinson of Ankona. only, 10 yards for 100. Not more than Get your suit Schloss Bros. make,

/"'- S. Branning's. The shooting occurred just as McCartyleft 10 yards will be sold to one customer. from Winston S. Branning, the clothier.Go .

':!r. Those Hawes $3.00 hats now on exhibition MOTOR BOAT RACES Edge's barber chop, Rawlineon taking Ladies'and corset edge covers to ,match with torchon worth insertion 50 to Winston S. Branning's for fine

I at Branning's store are winners. a stand in the doorway of the drug 29 clothing shoes hats men's and ';
Th Dixie and the Katherine are the General cents, special cent each. boys'urnishings. .;
-res. Mrs. W. M. Brown is in town for a few Favorites at Palm Beach store, about ten'feet distant, and aa Mc- Rubber sheeting 36 inches wide, fresh The largest and best stock ,
Carty emerged from the barber shop from the factory, special 59 cents
days but expects to return to Miami in aday j per in the city. One price to all.Ar. .
The weather has been ideal all this Rawlinson fired him at close yard.Colgate's.
or BO. ; upon range. talcum powder, in cashmere E. H. Armstrong, the eye and
week for the motor boat racing at Palm Five shots were fired. At the second

a p fc% Yon should'call and seethe' beautiful Beach which commenced Tuesday and ehot McCarty fell forward on his face one bouquet Monday or 18 violet cento., usual price 25 cents, nerve specialist, makes personal professional .

line of low cut Queen Quality ehoee just ends today. Chief interest was centered; bullet entered the body at the base of the White mercerized waistinjs in dots, visit here Feb. 15th, and may be

arrived at Winston S. Branning's. in the Dixie, owned by E. J. Schroeder, brain one in the tide and one in the leg stripes or figures, some worth 35 and 50 seen at D. Wilson's office.

-fdiss Grace Reed has returned home of New Jersey, and the Katherine, owned two shots went wild. McCarty died: at 2 cents a yard, Monday only 25 cents per Rev. Wm. Stones will hold services at

= L from her visit of several days with her by J. Middleby,Jr., of Boston, generally o'clock. yard.Wash silk all colors including white lims next Sunday morning and in Titus-

rY.= friend, Miss Nettie Coolant, of Oak Hill. I known as the- very recent production of The trouble originated over a land deal and black, 24 inches wide, 49 cents per ville Baptist church in the evening. All
, We have been compelled to omit a large I Geo. Gingras, of Rockledge, op to the in which Rawlinson had disposed of his yard.White are cordially invited.Mr. .

number of personal' locals this week on time of the latter's disability Wednesday.In place to Count Malabri a Frenchman, worth 50 shirt cents waist per linen yard,36 Monday inches wide only,, W. H. McFarland arrived yesterday 1

! account of .pressure of other matter in Tuesday's racing the handicapping for $18,000: McCarty, as agent for the 39 cents. to spend one month only before getting -

r. tended for this issue of THE STAR. was made according to the rating rules of count Malabri, located a judgment againstthe Dress goods in all the newest shades, to work for the road again with Wai- .

J All and chronic troubles A. P. B. association and on succeeding property for 1,000 in favor of P. P. almost anything, you want in black or laced. Hagenbach Shows.
eye gray at a big reduction.
quickly overcome by Dr. J='- H. Arm- days was based upon actual performance Cobb, and it is eaid the deal was declaredoff. : Chiffon voile, 44 inches wide, in all the Mrs. Burns, of Canaveral, returned

strong,' without drags or opetiooSee, the most uniformly fair method that has latest pin checks worth $1.OO per yard, home the first of the week from Miami,

i him at Dr. Wilson's office Feb."'15th. as yet been suggested.Tuesday Rawlinson became enraged and declaredhis special 79 cents. where she has been visiting daughter,

-In Class B, 10 miles, Kath intention to kill Cobb, McCarty and Blask silk downe every yard guaranteed Miss Isabel Burns, for several weeks.
Do not forget that Dr. Armstrong, the erine was'the winner Dixie, the scratch worth $:.00 per yard, Monday's
; the Frenchman. He eat on the hotel
$1 25. Mrs. A. A. Monroe made
specialist, will be in Titnsville on his special was happy
'. professional vieit Feb. 15th and boat, had an overheated shaft bearing steps waiting for Cobb, but seeing Mc- Black wool shepherd plaid, black and Monday afternoon by. the arrival of her
and had to withdraw. The Katherinealso I Carty enter the barber shop he awaitedMcCarty's white only worth 75 cents per yard, cut -
father Mr. D. N. Cone of Benton Fla.
may be Dr. Wilson's office. 49 cents ,
Class B in the afternoon- price
won in
exit when he shot him down.
who is here for a visit with his daughter.Mrs. .
Rev. J. W. McNary of Rockledge is French ginghams, in plaids, Worth 25
; two cups for her the first day-a fine Rawlinson surrendered to the authorities
cents, special 14 cents per yard. D..B. Pritchard
accompanied by
preaching .to large congregations every showing. The Simplex, of New York, and was placed in jail. Special prices in table linen and nap-

Sunday night in the Presbyterian church. won the other three races. After his arrest Rawlin on said his! only kins to match. her friend, Mrs. Breedlove, spent part of 1

He will preach again next Sunday at Wednesday-In Class Y, 30 feet and regret was that he failed to get Cobb Mail orders promptly filled on any of yesterday at Cocoa and Rockledge. Mr.
the above goods. Eugene Berge and Miss Cecile Ryals also
7:30 p. m. over both morning and afternoon and
: and the Frenchman too. The crime has Jcnrs KLINE
of the
Mrs. Baisden and daughter,of Atlanta, i in Class Z the Dixie won. In class X, deeply stirred that whole community for Tituaviile, Fla. were party.

arrived from Cocoa this week. They Baby Bullet, G. F. Paddiaon, won, the McCarty was one of the most prominentmen Telephone No. 8. The Florida Extract Works started up

have rooms with Mrs. Jack Begg, on two lead boats, Mera and Errand Boy, on the east coast. lie leans a wife the first part of this week after being shot
exceeded their 3 limit. Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrivals down for several weeks to make some
Main street where they will spend the having per cent and three sons.

balance of the'season. In Class X, 5 miles, MeTa, IV. I. Huff- The funeral will be held Sunday. W C Baynes, Atlanta; L C Long, Chi necessary repairs. This institution pays _
cago; W T Moore, Jacksonville; Walter out nearly $200 week for andis
stetler; won. In Class X, 10 miles! Baby per wages
Rev. W. F. Allen will Titnsvllle
preach at
Half '
Macon Ga; Chas E Read, F M
Bnllett won, but started 5 minutes too Orange Growers' ConventionThe a great help to our town.
next Sunday morning and at Cocoa Welch, Atlanta, Ga; Mr and Mrs ME

Sunday evening. The evening service soon. Indian River Orange Growel'b' con- I Card, Fort Pierce, Fla; B. Rothschild, Mr. W. R. Knox now of New Smyrna,

will begin at 7 o'clock. Sunday school Right: after the closing of the morningraces vention will)) be held at Titusville, Feb. N Y; J E Waters Dallas, N C; D Paul but formerly resident of this place, is 4
Brown and wife Chicago J E Austin and
there was a collision between the ; here this week for the of ,
will be held at 10 o'clock in the morning, 14th. six men; H R Acton Baltimore; J II purpose paper-

as usual. Clarke boat, Bruiser, and the Middlebyboat The convention will open with the in- Caldwell, St Louis, Mo; J J Duncan J T ing two dwellings for Mr. Adbemar Bra-

)r. Armstrong, the well known eye Katherine, resulting in both being vocation of the divine blessing by Rev. Pickett, W U T Co; Mrs C B Hodgdon, dy. Mr. Knox's friends are pleased to

and nerve specialist informs us that he sunk. These two boats were passing the William Stones, followed by the welcome Miss Helen Wooten Chas F Copp, A E see him back here again, even though it
Dunn New York John Clertucon Elizabeth
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will make a professional visit toTitnsville yacht Alcora with the yacht betweenthem address at 10 a. m., by Mayor Wilson, N J; Mr and Mrs H C Wilbur, is only temporarily.There .

on Feb. 15th, one .'ay only, and can beseen so they could not tee each other who will be responded to by Mr. John Jacksonville Times Union; Mr and Mrs i is a change in the personel of the a

at Dr. Wilson's office. until it was too late to avoid the collision II. Sams of Courtenay, Fla., in behalfof A E Rogers, Brooklyn; C E Hutton, London -, partnership known as the Atlanta Fish &

and the crash was a sudden one, the the The benefits of Eng; Mr and Mrs R A Field. Brook. Produce Co.
of this
growers. organization place. This change
Mrs. Wiley has. had several buildings Katherine the Bruiser about four lyn; F Ed Spooner, Alfred Reates, W E
her residence lot removed the past striking will be discussed by Prof. F. G. f isne, J H Gerrie, W -Morgan, W II took place the first of the} present week c I

upon her feet from the stern. The Katherine was Shell and lion. E. P. Porcher. These will Harrison, Mm W II Harrison, New York; when Mr. A. B. Yelvington disposed of

week preparatory to repairing cottage damaged at the bow and stern twisted, be followed by the discussion of others W F Mayo, Boston; B C Bell and wife his interest in the company to Dr. Spell,
and otherwise improving her property. while Bruiser almost in New York J W Haynes Chicago G ]F
the was cut two, and the organization of convention. ; ; who recently moved here from .
The buildings removed were sold to Henry throwing both these boats out of all Ketchum and wife, Warwick, N 'Y; A Kentucky.The
Maxwell. All the orange growers on the Indian Lincoln Myers and family, Atlantic City; launch Cherokee, of Daytona, ar r

events. river are especially invited. R A Macready. London, Eng; W M Prin rived at this place in j
Saturday night a
Ellis B. Wager,editor of THE STAR, and The 22 magnificent cups were on exhibition dle, West Virginia; II M Nolle Titusville;

Ins eon, Master Ryals, were taking the at the Royal Poinciana, also the ADVICE ON GOOD SHOES F A Warner Jacksonville R Candle disabled condition and with a party of
fourmen L Miami W 1 E tourists! and newspaper correspondents onboard r
and Ilinson
inotor boat races at Palm Beach this famous Dewar trophy. this trophy will ;
entertained officers Shoes that Are Absolutely Comfortable in Law, W P Beasley, Atlanta Ga; H U who were on their way to Palm
week. They were by no doubt be woo by the Dixie his year. I
Wheeler, Miss M E Wheeler, Detroit
; Beach, them Mr. W. J. Mor-
.and members of Gilberts Bar Yacht club The Dixie miles All the Fashionable Lasts among was
makes about 28* an Geo B Stewart, Jacksonville; Mr and )Irs
while there, which added much to theenjoyment hour and is able to hold a uniform l'Pl"etl'' BY JULIUS KLINE P Gates, N Y; L Moreton Murray, Daytona can. of motor fame. The gearing on one
Jessie A Moore, Savannah Ga J S of the motors was out of adJustmnt and 1s
of the occasion the editorof ; ;
as when going at that rate.AjTbis .
It is rubbing pinching and binding I Le Fils, Jacksonville M Burrill II A she could only make about four miles an
this paper was formerly a member of I is the fastest time that has l>et>n I that make the feet hurt. Shoes that :smith Louisville, Ky; B C" Abernethy hour with the other motor, consequentlythe

that club. made by any motor boat in Florida or are too large or ugly in shape don't Orlando; V F Booth, Sanford H Iohr-
staid here until
A meeting of the directors of the Indian in any of the Southern states. prevent this; don't make the feet mann Angnsta Ga; N McEachern. party : Sunday,
River Yacht club was held last Fri- comfortable.It N C; T S Wheeler and wife, Plainfield, they took the train for their destination )

day night for the purpose of getting the Ready For Dash to North PoleA is the stiff soles rubbing at every N J; Mr Theo Wheeler New York; Mr and the Cherokee returned to Daytona.
affairs of the club in shape for the annual that make the feet burn Curtis T Hibbard, Miss H, H. Hibbard,
special from San FranC f'rOdatt'd Buffalo, N Y H F Aldrich and wile, Pa
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which will be held in the clubhouse
ache make
the shoe
next Friday afternoon, Feb. 8th,at 18th of Jannary, elates that Major H. I;. pinch and Wm B Stevens, Petersburg, Va; Fred P ----
Hersey United States weather bureau bind across the top of the foot or at BowIe, Chicago; John Bowers. Folkston,
'2 o'clock sharp, at which! time the election Titusville Next Some-
of officers for the ensuing cornea inspector, de hares the plans of the \\" 11- the heel. N C; Jos Austin, Iorristown,TennJohn Play Week.

Will the members please year note and man Arctic expedition, which will take With its trimness and style, per- Wi'hamp! Peacock, Fla; E Williams, Ire- thing Out of the OrdinaryThe
up. aerial fect in cut the Krippendorf & Ditt- land;John M bhro, Chicago; L F Blank
be present promptly! at the hour above the route to the pole and of whichhe of the house ha
Baltimore E L Hagin J L StoreS manager opera
net ,
noted? will be the second in command : mann shoe is comfortable from the ; '
I first; its sole is flexible. The sole, II Happerett, Jacksonville; L W Yare secured on a personal guarantee the Beg

VFUltMTURE, DRY'GOODS, SHOES well matnrpd. made of leather tanned by special nail, Lakeland; T Robert, Monts; C I gar Prince Opera company, presenting! .
for the Birch, Baltimore Scheffel Wright Miami I
Headquarters expedition
were is of regular walking thick- II the comic operby that title with i great
VALENTINES all VALENTINESprices established: on Spitzbercen Island last process ; Miss Simmons, Eau Gaihe; Miss
ness, yet so supple that it bends with I Townsend, Texas; T F Williams, Daytona success.
one cent to one dollar year. Major Herfey fays the Wellman the foot; this suppleness makes the I ; C C Curtiss, Jacksonville; W II )IcI The Beggar Prince comprises, 16 people 0
party hops to reach the north pole in shoe which fits fits Farland Wallace &
\ at every point, I Hagenback Shows. and a grand beauty chorus. The company
Chas. A. Gardner, 'Phone 34.Titnsville hours from The in The
I thirty-six; Spitzbergen. every position. Krippendorf Tents For Sale I carry all their own scenery and electricaleffects l lI
Florida. trial of the new airship will j)) be made in & Dittman shoe affords the supportand
and are en route to Nassau then
protection that the foot must Fifty McFarland tents, second hand, I
CONDITION OF the spring. in fair order, very cheap. Apply to THE j! to Key West. This is beyond all doubt
have but without the rub pinch and
BITER STATE BANK Major Hersey is weliknown to }
INDIAN many on STAR office. | the and theatrical
: | best most iiujtortant
bind. It entirely the
1 OF TITDSV1LLE, FLORIDA Indian river,as he was formerly in chargeof prevents rUb-I I
ever given in Titusville and
bing, smarting and aching THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL engagement
t At the cloee the weather bureau station at Titus- the seats are $1.00, 75 cents and 25 cents
Loans and discounts_________$ &X21531 stiff soles. Provides hot and cold baths and inside I in It
well worth themont'Y
ville. is something
County warrants______________ 3,769 86 We have them in all styles, high I I toilets on two floors, airy bed rooms overlooking price. the ;

Stocks and bonds_______________ 1 .30000 For Rent For the Season and low, patent leather and vici, etc. the river, sample' rooms, cozy lu of this asked city and are fortunate music in loving having pub-the
Banking house, furniture and fixtures KLINE consultation I room, large cool diningi
JULIUS Titusville.
!_____t._______________:_ 9.333.06Iteal The handsome I j jI i rooms, free library with the leading f lopjiortniiity of witnessing this play.
I estate owned_______________ 15,461.20 cottage adjoining St. daily j Miss Etta Merris is leading lady and
I Marks church. Cocoa. Has 3 bedroolDp.Ih'ingroom. I and weekly on file free telephonefor
Current 61349 I FOR SALE CHEAF FOR CASH. I I papers j Harry LaVelle is tenor.
1 i Upt'DSE'S-------------- diningroora kitchen and <, guests, free use of typewriting mach- ,
and exchange 51,03335capital Prices have been arranged at il.00
I Cash ------------- About 88 acres of good high land on : ? re-
ine. Electric
bathroom with all modern ronvt'nientw. I lights throughout the enI -
I the east= side of the Indian river i :!, 75 cents general admission,
or ocean 1 I
< inside
I 161.1)..1.27I furnished throughout. For further tire building and out. Open day
particulars : and 2:i cents for children, Ticket on
I apply to \. 0.'Oplt'8' at the Narrows, described as follows; Lot jand night, attentive porters attend all '
I in____ $ 2500000 I.I ''sale at Winston S. Branning's. Over
-------- No. 3 section 35, also lot No. 3 section j
Earnings account_______________ 1,15795 Grocery, Cocoa, Fla. :' trains, only five minutes walk from the $7-5.00 worth has been personally ub- t
36, in township 31 south, range C9 east. i Station. Good fishing from hotel dock. ,
Deposits-----:---- ----------- 135.466.32 This land is unimproved but finely lo- seabed for by our leading citizens. Tins r

161,624.27 Dress Making Parlors cated. For further particulars address i;I!j, Dental Notice !engagement takes place Wednesday, Feb.

{ Mrs. C. A. Krulder baa opened dressmaking E. M. Lew, J. W. Newman, D. D. 8., of the firm :i 6th.
j 1 For Sale and Bent / parlors in THE STAR building Brockton, Maes.M'KSEKT I of Macy & Newman, of West Palm

For sale: One canopy top surrey one ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty. Beach, will be in Titusville for a few Draying;

i three acre young orange grove, part bearing : STOCK FOB SALE. days fully prepared to attend to any den- Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly -
- fruit, river front. Will rent or sell Call at TitnsviHe Livery, at rear of Citrus stock grown on high pine land. tal work. He has his office in the brick attended to. Meets all trains.!! Stove

two five-room cottages partly furnished I Robbins' law office for stylish rigs. Indian River Nurseries established 1886 building: opposite the court house, where wood for sale at all times.

for light housekeeping. Write or call on I Leave your orders for hauling, both doa Send for catalogue, Toledo and West he will pleased to see all who want II. E. IIOLTOX, ...
E. B. AK OLD, Malabar, Fla. I ble and single. J. 31. Osban, proprietor.I Palm Beach, Fla.r I first class work done. I Titusville, Fla.


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L a ,FBIDAT FEB>iueRY ":. : THE FLORIDA 3} t .
e& "* r 1907 STAR 3

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What WauldYou

Trial of Thaw Begun. ,-

Harry K. Thaw'of the wealthy PItts-

. burg> family who has occupied a cell la Do

the New York Tombs for eight monthsas .

the murderer of Stanford White, the .

architect[ on the Madison Square roof If three good physicians '

garden was brought before Justice should
pronounce your
Fitzgerald ,on-Jan. 23 to face trial

District Attorney Jerome conducted the case hopeless. If they t

case for the state In person, while the should decide that you ,

i1. 1 prisoner's chief could not live longer than
counsel Clifford

. 6rs Ilartridge. Is assisted six weeks. And if you

'horseback. At noon the Labor Ex gether on a compromise resolution by the fa- should get well, after using .

f:;, I FOREIGN I It change, where the"union leaders met which was submitted by Foraker. It mous San FrancIsco i only $12.00'worth of
was ordered and distinctly stated that "without questioning ,
closed t marching
u pleader Del- Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and
r -Swettenham'c Blunder. bodies 'were prevented from approaching the legality or Justice of any
act of the president" the committee on phine 51. Del- Nervine what would
Governor Swetienbam's curt rejection the meeting places. In the chamber /.4. .1 you I
affairs Is authorized to ascer- mas. sever
military advise friend in like
of the American aid for the residentsof the Socialist deputies questionedthe a con
tain the facts connected with the affray al other lawyers
about this
the stricken city of Kingston aDd government repressive at Brownsville last August. The J. of local note. dition to dog
policy. In reply M. Clemenceau said
,: his Insistence that Admiral Davis re- came to Among the spec-
discussion of this an
the "I have to thank for saving
ill' he had only respected law of week- % you
embark the marines and surgeons who end Jan. 22, when this resolution was tators sat Mrs. my Wife's life two years ago. We had '
ly rest and remarked to the Socialists: continued with the until the T
: were at work the could not William Thaw,
already clearing adopted but the Democrats
"The democracy Is not you. It "every- i'l third doctor, like the two previousones
streets and relieving distress caused refrain from taking advantage of the mother of the said that nothing could be done
the American admiral to sail away bodyThe chamber cheered the minister situation by ridiculing[ Foraker Al- \ 'a accused and his for her; that she had better be taken i
and supported him by a vote of home from the hospital to quietly
with his battleships and to counter- drich and their associates for their apparently '- wife, Evelyn her time which would not be over 6
... 144 to rooLaborita. Nesblt Thaw, in weeks at the most. I brought her
" mand the president's order for the meek surrender to the administration DelphIne M. Delmas. home and then I thought probably

, sending of additional supplies. There Reject Socialism saying that the first open effort whose personalIty Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and N-nrtne

, ,. had been some friction over the firing The English Labor party conferenceat of the president's enemies In the public Interest has centered as the each might and help some her Nerve so I got and a Liver bottle Pills of

3 f. of an American: salute which Swetten- Belfast rejected by a large majoritya senate to discredit him before the cause of the quarrel between White and commenced to give them to her.

hamthought would frighten the. nervous motion committing the party to So- country as a usurper of authority had and Thaw and also because of her reputed Vte soon seen an improvement, andencouraged
a by this we giv
people but Davis had apologizedfor cialism. failed. personal attractiveness. Only a ing the medicine. We gave her eleven
this. few days before the trial began the bottles in all of the medicine. She
It is understood that thei"
t Hitman's Senatorial Minstrels. takes it occasionally now if she feels
is Yankee hater and that he Countess of Yarmouth, Harry's sister nerd. and
'governor a the I am in the ministry,
'was Jealous of I EXECUTIVE I During the bitter debate which pre arrived at New York to attend the have been for 44 years."

i" -'' the credit likely ceded the passage of the compromise trial. A tremendous throng of curious REV. 'P. MTLLIGAN.
resolution in the senate Tillman of Genda Springs, Kans.
people surrounded the entrance
to the
to be gained by Taft Grants Niagara Power.
South made remarkable effort ,
'\ the continued Permits to divert water for power Carolina a' court and all but mobbed the womenof Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Js sold by
to poke fun at the body of which the Thaw family as they entered. 'your druggist, who will guarantee that
(: ,. ,presence of the from the Niagara Falls on the American -
; \ he is a member by comparing it to a Among the spectators sat Drs. McDonald the first bottle will benefit If it fails
:; Americans. His side and to transmit electrIcal-
% minstrel troupe, with "Pitchfork Ben"at he will refund your money.
,..; D 1 attitude has been power developed from water power on and Flint, the noted alienists
one end of the semicircle and "Fire retained by the state who Miles Medical Co. Elkhart lad
generally regretted the Canadian side Into the United were pre- ,
Alarm Joe" Foraker at the other end.
sumably there to observe Thaw's bear-
;-. by the Brit- States have been granted by Secretaryof
In between Tillman Culbersonas
ish press,and the War Taft under authority conferredby placed ing during the trial The swearing in
the lone star artist who performedthe of talesmen went forward
colonial secretary of congress The
an act Tie Most P./.a fc S t./* Yfutldinf 4/.w ..,.
solo the bones in of tea
of cubic on praise and the questions of the district attor-
to soften the says that the diversion 15.COO ooti; ever ft listed.
president The specialty of Daniel[ of showed that be anticipated the
Impression made feet of water on the one side and the ney
upon the Amen transmission of 160,000 horsepowerfrom Virginia was oratory and taking himself plea of emotional insanity and the unwritten RUDDER

"S can public. ca- the Canadian side will not affect too seriously. Patterson of Colorado law. HOW-TO BOOKSOver
twitted his failure to be
was on
bled Washington the scenic grandeur of the falls perceptibly How Walsh Got His Millions.
re-elected by being referred to as the joco boats have been built from the Ones
his thanks for The indictment returned against JohnR. printed in these tooks-SuccessfiiBy tilled In
Governor Swettenham dying swan, and similarly Carmack of clime and Full detail
the offer every upon every tea-
prompt Commission's Head .
Canal Walsh former of the Chi-
I Tennessee who is to retire was described president drawing of all parts, showing what it it and
of aid. At the same time It was Inti- Theodore P. Shouts has tendered to the whose cago National bank, contains 182 how to male rt-Text extremely simple.
Hotspur knight
mated that thee would be no further the president his resignation as chairman head has been broken and who counts and carries penalties which HOW TO BUILD A RACCR FOR $80

calls upon our "generosity." of the isthmian canal commission spear make the maximum possible sentence K fool trmtrtOxmt Lori,8rr to....i...frames tH t>_
has been unhorsed, but who lays a twerp, goo*racing e.vsi tot s Ky.keys Ui,tmuna...
Later the British charge"at Washington to take effect March 4 after which 1320 as the law makes no
years provision
garland of flowers at the feet of the HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
: transmitted the formal apology of date he will become president of the for fines alone as punishment tat boat for ftrrnooi mime or koorkmi about b
ictorious Roosevelt and sings a last .. .., .
his government for the attitude taken l .r Hm lxviirarcrwfBlwkn T T built;iloupMeaine.
of Walsh has been arraigned and Feb. 6 .
Interborough-Metropolitan company song to the "victor of Brownsville." ; foil puss sal palm* I completed boat
by Swettenham. Swettenham himself New York. This change has been un- Is set for the beginning of his trial HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
hit off the t
was as negro preacher -
managed ito cable a few words 'of der consideration for some time but pending which be is under a $30,000 Host vnccmfal radar nurktne ever del p. : a aria
and telephone artist in the show wiser i. AMCKX.Aa u4 AutnEa cur &e bald mo
formal,thanks to Washington and said August Belmont now president of the ads I bond. He will be defended by John S. lownwtL.HOW .
who as receiver and repeater In
to a reporter that parts of his letter to made motion toward Miller, the lawyer who won Immunityfor TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
> Interborough, no
Davis had been intended connection with the White House. The Simple.... p.-inll.-.r bow toeonrtrw*.l..Bel
f jocularly. securing Shonts without first obtaining star of the troupe was "Gum ShoeBill the beef packers and who is now hull low ue witk as/motor bevcral other plasm.HOW

American refugees from Kingston testified consent of President[ Roosevelt In accepting counsel for the Standard 011 company. TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
from old who dance
t, to the utter inefficiency of the the resignation of Shonts the the highland Missouri the can of The charges are that Walsh realized A;* nil around lot aba mime Iww wat.bad n. ; good miss. nnilmrilrr :
fling on top a
English authorities in restoring order him his work more than $2,000000 on memoranda ;
president compliments on HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
ten: rail fence and never touch the
and relieving the wounded. They also and expresses regret that the government notes bearing the names of men who A etrrrr.. JoUle uiiJix: boat,will moderate nrkug axoaalia
and walk
ground without l
< on eggs plaa.
charge that the party of Sir Alfred is to lose his services. Chief En- never signed them and backed by un
breaking their shells. Last came HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
Jones on the steamship Port Kingston gineer John Stevens will take over salable bonds for which he credited his Fay&e band;"'.e..ibi.t.trai.b';J&Joe enA'-s b..
refused to allow American refugeesthe Spooner as the "Badger State acrobat to feiia vttk;caa ke butt"< personal account with
the duties of Chairman Shouts and over 800000.
and who is "noted
Juggler" throughout HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
privilege of sleeping on the open the office of chairman will be From his personal account he paid out 4
possibly ,
I the land for his ability to go on either A complete OMcnptioB of tow to bond a mode .alM KM
decks. I abolished. vast sums to the various corporations rf akiff card n tail if model
side of any question and maintain the .
Coronation of the Shah. which he had formed. -
\ New Smithsonian Secretary. negative or affirmative In any argu- PRICE 3>1. EACH

Mohammed AH Minus was crowned Charles D. Walcott, director of the ment with great force-and fervor." Hill Stock Issue Stopped. rntrAip liT caracas A''W"Ell It

t bab. of Persia Jan. 19, Ascending[ the geological survey has been chosen to Senator Kpooner' replied with dignity, Judge Hallam in the district court at Bound in cloth-Cold In&erinSizc of pea

famous peacock throne of solid gold succeed the late S. P. Langley as secretary saying that Tillman would regret his St. Paul has enjoined! the Great North 9 by 12 inches-Large,ciearly-drawn plans.: e 1

set with Jewels in the palace at Tehe of the Smithsonian institution own words, but still insisted that Till era's proposed issue of 00000.000 additional THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

.ran. In the presence of foreign dip this action having been taken by the man was the only man he had ever stock without getting permis- a Mumur STHCCT New Toss u. S. A
- 'L' lomats and court dignitaries the prime sion from the Minnesota
railroad and
regents. heard from the south who had justified Sadorrar for Calelof of foot jot
' j minister placed the crown upon the trial by mob or execution by mob. warehouse commission. The Judge afklsman's Libra?.

,. i. monarch's bead while the chief mollah Carmack of Tennessee made a bitter holds that the Issue of stock by a rail

Intoned slowly from the Koran. The L LEGISLATIVEMore I direct personal attack on Tillman. and road corporation is a matter of public I

J shah's second son has been chosen heir then to avoid a possible personal encounter concern and upholds the law.

j Apparent The city was gayly ilium Pay For Congressmen.The the doors of the senate were Acquittal of Dyer.

., nated at night and the people made closed, and when they were reopened The
senate went.on record-33 to 21- mystery surrounding the disappearance -
e The date of the funeral of the
merry. In favor of the house amendment to the Tillman made a handsome apohgy to of $01.000 from the St Louis

late shah was yet to be announced. legislative appropriation bill author!: Carmack and withdrew the offensive subtreasury was deepened by the acquittal -

Famous Lone:' -> Merchant Shot. Ing an increase of 50 per cent in th portion of his speech saying "Having of its former receiving teller.

William Whitely, founder of the Lon- salaries of the vice president, speakerof made such a dismal failure at being a David P. Dyer Jr.

don department store, known as the the house members of the cabinet funny man at one end of the minstrelline. have stood the test for over 50 years,

"universal provider" was shot and representatives and senators That is I will never do so any more." and are still in the lead. Their absolute

killed by a young man who called on to say unless the bill should be vetoed Everybody laughed. Carmack shook I COMMERCIALInsurance I large Certainty yields of of growth delicious,their vegetables uncommonly and ( '

him in his private office and claimed by the president, the salaries after Lands with Tillman. and the senate ad- beautiful flowers, make them the most

to be a son, Cecil Whitely. The dead March 4 will be $12,000 for the vice journed. Canvass Costly. reliable. and bold the by most all dealers.popular everywhere 1907

left fortune estimated president speaker and cabinet mem- After the of Seed free .
merchant a Antifat Frying Bill Passed. passing a month since Annual on request.D.
$l ,OOOOOO. He began business with a bers and $':';00 for senators and h pre- the balloting fur officers of the Mutual M. FERRY CO.. ,
The bill contributions top
small store In London In 18G3 and his sentatives. The action of the senate I and New York Life Insurance compa- Detroit, Mich. l

development of the department Idea differed from that of the house as the >litical campaign funds by corpora nies the official canvass of the votes is
bona the house under a
was passed by
was 'due to the competition of cooperative members of the latter body did the still prQ'ee the rules almost unanimously l
of I
stores subsequently started. work by a rising vote of 133 to 9'!. suspension expense of about $oOO a day for EXPERIENCE
Keifer of Ohio
there being not a sufficient number demanding Representative each coirimiiy In fact the actual
German Socialists Lose. was the only one who voted against It.
a roll call to secure a record counting of ballots has not yet begunin
The general elections for the German vote. This bill which had already been pass- the Nework Life and it is estimated !

reichstag Jah. 25: sustained! the government ed by the senate expressly prohibits ,
In the senate most of the Republicansvoted that the elections will cost each
In Its colonial policy. The LIb- contributions from national banks and
for the increase and most of the company in the neighborhood of $'W-

eral Radical and Conservative parties Democrats again it, but party lines corporations. (ss). Then after the entire'ote is

supporting Prince von Bulow's colo- were not closely drawn as Tillmau. Message on Ship Bill. I counted, the t'rnj* may have to be pone TRADE MARKS
nial policy have won at least twenty DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
Dubois Pettus Money Daniel and In a special message to congress the over because of votes challenged 4c.
teats, but more Important for the government other Democrats voted "Yea" while
tketcb and
president urged a new shipping bill Anyone tending a description may
than the success of its colonial Least of Cars by P. R. R. quickly. ascertain oat opinion free whether aaiDTentxwi '
:Nelson Burkett. Clapp, llansbrough the building 4s Commonlctkmjitrtctlr
and especially to encourage probably patcntable. *-
plans is the defeat administered to the The method of financing the heavycar confidential. Handbook on Patents
Perkins La Follette and others on the
and of lines of large and .
running and tent free. Oldest agency for ecurtog'jwtenu.PatecU
j_ 1 Socialists who will lose a total of sev- Republican side stood out against the and equipment expenditures of the taken throuah Mann tt Cell receive /
South Ameri
swift steamships to wlal notice, without In the
enteen or eighteen seats. This Is the La Pennsylvania railroad has been disclosed '
Increase taking effect this year. the orient lie that state aid to
1887 that the Social- says by the tiling of lease two
first election since amend- by Scientific Jlm rltan.A
voted the
Follette for Mallory steamship lines Is nit much a part of .
have not Increased their represen- trust companies for the Use of 1U.537
ists ment making the increase take effectin ,.
the commercial system today as state bllldaomelJ nIultTatlC WHit', larteat tot
tation.*- Reballotlng was necessary in which would relieve him of freight cars during a term of ten year enlation of an .nenttae1narnal Terms.$3 a
employment of the consuls to promote at valuation of renrttnnrmonths.$1. gold byalleewadealerr.
many districts, and complete returns the of voting to Increase hilt a 12-1.000,000. The
stigma business: and consequently if we are to leased MUNN & CO.3818roamJ. York
cars controlled
cannot be had before Feb. 5. Minnesota votedto are and managed
own salary. Nelson compete with European countries for by the Branch Office. ins F SL uhlUirtoo.D.C.KILLTHE .
Chamber Sustains Clomsncoau. strike out the Increase for senators Pennsylvania directors. A
the markets of the world we must assist yearly rental of

The expected demonstration of labor and representatives saying that this in the creation of an adequate merchant the cars is to be paid.A one-tenth. the cost of

unionists In the streets of Paris last country paid more to Its legislatorsthan marine. COUCHAND

week and In other cities of France met any other country in the world Habit to be tncoor eed CURE THE LUNGS

the hands of and that they were there not merely to i
with severe A Stitch in Time The mother who has acquired the: habit

the government. The object was to work for the government, but that theyaccepted will save nine. So will a bottle of P.allard's of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlain's WITH Dr.
emphasize their demands for the Sun the place as a post of honor. Cough Remedy, pates herself a King'sNew

day closing of all shops and industries. Compromise on Brownsville. Horehound Syrup always kept on great amount of uneasiness and anxiety.

Permission to assemble was peremptorily After the Republican party in the hand save many a spell of 8ickn e. A Coughs, colds and croup to which chIl- Discovery

refused by Premier Clemenceauon senate had been, on the verge of uncompromising sure cure for coughs, colds, bronchitisand dren are susceptible It are quickly cured by
the ground that looting had already division through the resolution whooping cough. Mrs. S-, Hot to result counteracts in pneumonia any,tendency and if given of acold Price i

been started by some of the unionists! offered by Senator Blackburnfor Springs Ark., writes: "I keep a bottleof as soon as the first symptoms of croup appear FOR CONSUMPTION; SOc II 1.00

and also on the ground that It would the Democrats indorsing the legality Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my it will prevent the attack. This Fret Trul.Guaranteed .

interfere with the, rights of otb for all THROAT and
classes seeking Sunday rest. Duringthe I negro troops the president refusing to many times. It has "prevented mothers give it to little ones with a feeling LUNG TROUBLES HONEY
of sickness. or
severe spells ,
night the Place,de la Repubfgoe'faa glee way In the slightest degree to,theublicaa many Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. of and perfect medicine security.dealers.Sold by all druggists BACX.

Alredwi soldiers and5uardsyon 1asdery >h$ .latter.,g& to
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: Thought It Colic. I Over-Work Weakens Florida East Coast Railway!

.aOUITSCIGARS -"Colic?...TOxat the devil would I be .
[ I
IIJ doing with a>;case of colic?, I never i Your Kidneys .;,.

: bad It In my life.* -%I';,.: Local Time Card !'o.99. In Eiiect JsMsijfMH.

Pe sat down and picked;op the pa Unhealthy Kidneys Mate, Impure Blood. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UPSo .

Stops: Smoking Just to Prove to per,and read for five minutes. '-. I -:) 0.741o.S\u.98
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Then he entered the library and look- All the blood in your body passes through Dally Daily Da1lysDailyl: : STATIONS I'D I 'T Ually;U.llr Dill)'
A <'; F"endHe, Could Do So. ed to see if the dictionary was In Its your kidneys once every three minutes. B B B A, | H I \ ,_JL_ _

: I' u TI A The kidneys are your 82lA1 4 20PN t LUuq 8 Ul.r__Jac/sonTllle......__ZIr! 7 >TK 7 'l...r 1 XWM723W
., ;: usual place.It t fi < blood purifiers,they filter -- 4 SsS 9 2'lAII_-.... -SonthJackyonvAle... --Lv.. .... 7 1tIoM....... -
was, and he returned and sat down the 9 aw104SW 5 49*, 10 40" 9 lOA11 f..- -St.ApgusUne. ..-. 6 2'I'Mi 6 3 8 SOW 7 fciAM54Mi
r 'r out waste or ._ ._ _... .. .
REFORM DOES NOT LAST LONG and slyly staffed four' or five cloves 6 Ifwa 11 18__ -Ha!ung< 611ifM -
'.... impuritiejin the blood.If 0 Ih 6 3HP 11 3.4IIi 9 SOoW Lv-East Palatk_Lv 5 \ ,_4_ into his mouth. The cat.looked at him they are sick or out 10 1JJ1I.\r.: Paluta.- c 4 ao--b tAM;6 ols.
In a sarcastic way and he made a men- of order,they fail to do 9 f >ll > ; 9JU Lv_ Paluka.._.._._Arf-=.... ,, 7 Otai 6 fe.n 6 Mar
Ij t Resume Acquaintance With the Weed tal note of It. their work. __ 7 5 Ft112 ::::'Ar_San Mate === OS V .... ". .. ......
i R't Before One Day 'Had Passed-Gets That cat should suffer for his. pre- Pains,aches andrheumatism -8 o Q's 1 omit 7 b5Att 7 b3AE Lv._ _.._San _..._.._..Lvl' rrpa ._ -_.. 7 _.45 ? lift.
-".. 7 llZPlt ..........'Lr' iell..j.-=-Lv-.r2-11 4.... --
Into'a Fusion and Tries te ,Kilt thCat .Bomption come from excess 1 4 Dt412 30PM__. _-Dupont.._.__" f 1.-....... 4 ................
a desire_to smoke of uric add in the 8 111l (' _Ormond lIotel ._.....,.. .& ..........., ..- -..
Him. "Do cloves kin the -- :1't ..
For Grinning at = .
; blood,due to neglected 40. 8 sin 12 6 P11111 '* rmond 3 11! & 11.ftiII b !"
T suddenly asked Mrs. Bowser. kidney trouble. 11 5n 84fA1j 1 _Daytona_. 32t* ISioUf f bAa
[Copyright/la*, by P. K..I"+ __Por'Oran?e..__" 317artS 4J 3 !,All -.
,The Bowser family. had finished dinner causes quick or unsteady 12:1OoW 9211'11i 1 Swi It 55 Ar_..Sew SmymaJ.v 2 bfI 2-fJ w. 4 ..rt0
to'kill I don't believe 1 could smokea heart beats, and makes one feel as though -
I'r' ._..._ Lake Ueh11'LY -i1t ---
and been seated in the family room cigar if I tried." they bad heart trouble because the heart is to 39 ==r'f 3"1'IIf __Orange City_.__" 12.n': I9vrt_...__
for.half'an boor be withbi: newspaper He then arose and walked down the over-working in pumping thick kidney 104wr ...... I '* _'I" _-UrsngeCityJnnct_ IO.9 =-=
Ft and ahe with her book. when be Tit poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It 12.Ar bttt I 8U2 CI.JPII &...-_Ar 2 4V5 S 2' 2113osr 4..m95ry
hall to the hatrack to see if his hat used to be considered that .. 211S. .._.l"_()ak BIIL_._Lv 21i5 _... _
: and queried: ,
tered'a only .
there. urinary .. 1n >'II ArTltu 1 4 1,1 3 #itr
.31.Rt1i2"lt.26a .H1 LvL'L .
.. was _
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t: "Mrs.. Bowser, do you, observe anything It and be wandered back and troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, JO 5cse 105t 6 sror b lllWr_, L_-__.J.v JI ;3 -....... 6 SY.-. -
unusual this' evening was. but now modem science proves that nearlyall ..._. 63It. 3"rt"(.... .... Lv._ .SWrGxdarrflrd _...Ar 5>> ra W A f M It As w Mar
"No. I badn't. What is itr she re looked out of one of the rear windowsand constitutional diseases have their begin- lilJO 3flr:r2-3: 12 alit I.\ _......_Tit'"im ::=:::: \r 1 awy:f 3fw' II !:! r-S l7ni
; swallowed the cloves and substituted ning in kidney trouble.If 112,cip 331Pt_ t"- _.__Cocoa..._Lv 11 ru._......... OUss _"._
.:- plied. :! ,112-tx saw: ins-d .. .. _nncklf'cJ_ 1 t4 2 uesd 1%!>f2. Ntrt
b sick
c, haven't missed anything?" some orange peeL Mrs. Bowser was you are you can make no mistakeby .... '''''' 12 O/'n 4 0)1: __.' .. Eau GIJle: 12 37P1i\---.....: 12 EAU__
You Immersed in her book and paid no first doctoring your kidneys. The mild '-'- 12 th'i: 4 __Jlelharnr--"' 12 L-..'112 ... ..
A "I can't say that I bare. The cat is heed bat he turned to find the cat and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's .- 12 'I 1'1'; ) .._ bast.u._" 11 _"' =_
here, as usual and the clock hasn't' Swamp-Root, the great kidney is --.- I 45 a _.!"to Lode-" 11 dire ._..... 19I 3iPr ... .
looking at him with a grin on his remedy 2UAII a awl 6 ohs 3 3t's "_Tort l'i'rce-It 10 5:5,12, 15PII! 1-0 3rvtt IS 3045R
topped.* | soon realized. It stands the highest for its 2-i; 6 sal __ ." ._ .. -Thhttiis.: I -.. ..-" 10 l 1.._. 9 __
"You are not a very observing person. face. I I I wonderful cures of the most distressing casesi -- 2 ;s'i* 6 27,w:_.-_ y"trn___" 10 IWJt;_.. 9 5:! '{I-
"By thunder. I'll break your neck 2 a.-'AM. 6 31PM__ _Jensen_ ] 9 47kw-
What do I invariably do before I I and is sold on its merits -- 2 4tArt. 641... __ "__tuart .._" 91h__
he exclaimed.
It down to read the for that by all druggists in fifty- 3 1 tut 7 OS*.__ Hobe VMin.l__ OU"j 911th_
fitting paperr "Why what do you mean?" asked cent and one-dollar siz : .: --" 3 33M, 7 -Zff __"._. .. _. lien J ii pltor,_____ 8 50Y;,. ._
i "Ah! You are not smoking. You can't t It 6 o.**. 4 lour, 8 Mrs. Bowser she whirled around.
be out of cigars f* as es. You may have a 6 IAr 4 4r*M 8 20f">* ""'L. Pal''_ Becomes I I sample bottle by mail H_Gl8wamp-Boo&" 6 ZoW b CJOAllj 8 3:,.. 5 is-. .._We>ot Palm neaeh..._A r 8 1:AIIJj 10 7 4te,4 1.Clft
""There are two or three boxes around. I' Uneasy."Oh. free also pamphlet telling you how to find 52f\Ax; 9 00rw__ w _Boynton_Lv 7 4s...... 71Pr.: ..._
I believe. I was just thinking of something have bladder 538AM; 910 t__ _Delr.y_. 7 3I.ut 7 III'Il ._
out if you kidney or trouble. -- 6 33.\1J 10 ole,_ _Fort Lauderdale_ 6 bJ ] E Otw! ___
"Is it a betr and spoke my thoughts. I believe Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer G 42U1, 10 1\R1..__ ..__Danla __" 642 a 6Oua..._
> "Mrs. Bowser, man Is essentially a I will walk down to the corner 4 Co.. Binghamton, N. Y. 6 SIAM! 102lPtJ_ .". _._n i1audae_ G 3"ut 6 4654 .__
719sa 1046",__ _.. 6
-- .Lemonclty 619r1L
creature of habit. If be limped for a and see if that house with the bay I Don't make any mistake, but remember 330.uI 7 30xt 10 bssflc 7 2fRII.\r___Miami_Lv G Ouii'a b 1ov+t a trCw-
month he would get into the habit of it. windows is for rent yet. I I'|the name Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- 8 OOUt.:.._.__.-,Lvj._MlamL..tAr _._ .. l5AII1 S O'Mf_
the address N. --- 14 30**,_ ? Art..lIome--tead._. jLv ...... .....1_..... (112 a.At_
Smoking, drinking, chewing and such \\hat do you care whether it i Is or Boot,and Binghamton, ,

things are simply habits. Any sort of not? You don't want to rent a hou:.e." on every bottle. Condensed Schedules Between Jacksonville ud St. Augustine.

; ; man can acquire them but it takes a 1 I II "I might want to sell it to some one '

aiS who was looking for a house you In Flood Time. >o. 2 !IYo. 29-Xo.27, o. 43 u.31au.37{: \o.33 \o. 09! o.

know." They used to tell the stqry of a philosophical A I B :, B i A !i Daily I; Duly A I L B I, B I Daily A

iS Mr. Bowser went farmer on the Ohio river Daily I Dally_Daily ,1 Daily '_x.Kc.I:_r._itca.!.-Dally: "Dally' : /; Dally_IxJIw.
I Lv Jacksonville 8 93UM, U lust 15 The house on the corner was still far | 3-.AIII. 82UPH 8M em
whose house and barn were mortgagedup At-St. 11n1"Un_. 9 on 10 :tIAJt 12 3Oa 2 Wets 4 4i;>Mi S 9 2'-- a 3w 10 4i.t1

: rent. to the eaves. And when one day, :So. =8 'o. 981 o i :\a. 92'O 44 w :X0.300.180.74B : :
On'the way down he felt an aching standing on a safe eminence he saw B 1 Daily! A $ B ', Dall,4 a2g i LDaily B B I A

A Old.I the flood sweeping them away he shook Daily Daily _i Its, Dilly ;- _s. Su. Dally Dally j D-Hy
I I On the way back he felt two of 'em. his:' head heaved a sigh of relief and Ly !'t.AUg11Itlne_ 630 11 -1 AIII.' i -tr..J.AII!8 20Ary 10 10Alli I15nurj 114" 6 llAlt 6 21.", 6 40rt
A pedestrian who was smoking a Ar Jacksonville_ 7 4<>AM| 8 30M 8 40AM, 9 20w 1110./JII12 30PM 12.4. I.o I.t I. calmly observed, "There'goes my floating
good cigar passed him and he leanedup indebtedness."- Woman's Home charged VOTE A-Train j composed exclusively of Pullman or Parlor Can and extra seat fare will be

..... against a shade tree and swore. Companion. NOTE B-Day coaches operated on these trains on which no extra seat fare is charged
(I As be stood at his gate he remembered Trains do not stop at stations which time Is not shown.

bow good the taste of a cigar wa {Dally except Sunday.

on the hind platform of a street car Still Harder. 1Q 17 j 34 : 21 28 I
"Senator, I, presume it requires a : Daily ;SondaySunday; :!IA TPOBT BRANCH 18 Sunday!
I Duly I
in the morning, and he kicked himself 'Ex Sun, Only I Only w..y 1 UB1y y
good bit of practice to make a speech -
three times before into the house I 1G.w -
"I going and have every sentence in it say something 6 OOPM 8 1W 2 OW 10 Lr. Jacksonville._.Ar _h 7 :Jo.II 12 4rpy, &
I I lie devoted the minutes more to the ** 6 tv) l 8 22 M. 2 OSPMi 10 18A4 I.v-'<>. Jack SOOT Hli --. ....._.._. 72211 12t b .> ..
doesn't it? 6 IJPMI 8 Vtf 2 4U* 10 'Mm I,T_Pablo Beach-Ar__.... 6 iiI.*a 12(UP', t Ste.
then said he
paper and guessed he'd go "It doeV replied Senator Badger, 15 4f: 8 Vujt 2 -I.'iAI 10&af LT_._..__Atl nUc JIe&eh--Ar ".'__"._ 6 45d 11 iWM 4 e.
downstairs and see if the furnace was 7 lU'IIl! 9 loW; 3 Xftl 11 HUMJAr ...... ..._M.yport..Lv '.......... 6 3UA>> 11 4.MM. 4 OCNP
: I "but it requires<< more to be able to talk

r all right. for an hour and say nothing"Milwaukee INSl'LAR A>D OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MI4HI.
He found the furnace in the same old
-aY Sentinel
spot, and it looked as natural as an
Close Connection Made at Miami wl"h SteamsFups of the P. & 0. S. S. Company.
old hat. The water pipes were also all

right; also the walls. His Query. Havana, Key West and Nassau, Bahamas.Trains .

t "If you are going to find it too hard Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers

to stop smoking I'd give up the idea,"
observed Mrs. Bowser as she came upstairs Thee Time Tables bow the thus:at which trains may be expected to arrive at and depart
THEBE WKRK THE USUAL NCMBEB op rom >:ie-ipver\IstatiinsbiitttiPirar'1velnrdei$ntire at the times stated Is not guaranteed
CATS ON THK 1C>CE. dog IN ( Company to be held responsible for any delay; or any consequence arising Utvrefrom.

man of stamina to break oft, even \\ho's finding It hard to stop?" he bfo
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
demanded with considerable heat I
though he will tell you that his health
Is imperiled by continuing on. I hare haven't the slightest desire to smoke. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

been smoking for twenty years. It If the president offered me a dollar J. D. RAHNER. As t. Qen'l Pass. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

hasn't done me any hurt or any good. cigar I wouldn't touch It." r

j I At any time during those twenty years "Well that's certainly heroic In you.

t.. I could have broken off had it been The people around here won't believe

necessary.. I have always felt a supreme you have so much stamina.

4. I ,J, contempt for the poor fish Had Mouth Full of Cinnamon.Mr. SEABOARDFOR
that felt
worms they couldn't"x Bowser had a mouth full of cinnamon -
i "But have you at length decided to d
and didn't reply. lIe went up-
stop smoking?" she asked. o. i == R .IZjW..Y.
'1 stairs Instead. He went up to see if
i" "For one solid year." w -FOR-
all the bedrooms were in their usual
i j', "But why,if it was not hurting you?"
'. places. The Eldest Hoi'e--Who's that ma? Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
Why He Stopped. ,
1 They were and he came down again His Fond: Mamma Lsh, Grace, ,

I "Well, Green came into the office this and forced himself to sit down for as that the gentleman that married me. Richmond, Washington Baltimore.
tl afternoon on some business. He is a much as ten minutes. Then he got ,
up The Eldest Hope-Then, If that's the
1 great smoker. I hadn't seen him for to go down the ball and see if any one gentleman wot married you. wot's pa Philadelphia, New York,

.; three months, and I was amazed to had stolen the front door oft its hinges. doing in our house?-Sketch. uu u_. .
,i find him a total wreck. Smoking has
Mrs. Bowser beard him sighing and --- TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
is I: done It. When I asked why he didn't groaning, and when be wandered back For Over Sixty 1 earn.Mr .

I 1 give it up, he frankly replied that he she said: *. Winslowa' nothing syrup has SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.MODERN
couldn't lie was also frank enough to been used\ for over sixty niillion .
"I'm tired tonight and want to go to leafS ---
: ," uy that he didn't believe I could. Twoor bed early. You can sit up as long as of mothers for their children while tt> .thing PULLMAN EQUIPMENT

three others agreed with him, and I want to." with perfect success It soothes the

I 'cnally got a little put out and told you child, softens the gums a'lavs ail pain,
The cat grinned and chuckled at the ONLY LINE
wind colic and is the be-t
them that I would stop for a remedy
I words, but Mrs. Bowser was hardly for diarrhoea Operating Daily Through !bleepers from Jacksonville New
Yes, stop it la Not another puff fur It will reliethe \*, >r :: to Or.eaiiB.
upstairs when that feline was flying for Iii tie nflerpMmmpdia N>ldh\ drnr.
,i twelve long months" his life. He got away by a narrow gists in every part of the world.) Twenty For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent, or
"Do you think you can do it?" asked write to
margin and then }Ir. Bowser rushed five cents a bottle B,fllJlf" and ask for
lira Bowser in doubtful tones. "Mrs Uinslow's A. O. MAC DON LLL, S. C. BOY TOX. Jr.
Soothing :Syrup, and ,
\ down to the dining where he
"Do 1 think so? I know so. Have room bite unetlrerklnd. Asat. General Passenger Agent, Paatscnger! Ajrent.
knew be had left a big black cigar
you seen any of the namby pamby JACKSONVILLE, FLA
1 f' about me? When I said I would do a that morning, and, lighting it with OAS'rOn.XA. a

':t thing, haven't I always done It! I've trembling hand, he made a sneak for Bean the : Kind Yim Have Always Bnghl

been in the habit of smoking at least the back yard. The moon rode high, Siguture ct: Y.dat

A S. ten cigars Ierlay, but I'll knock it and there were the usual number of .

t sky Ligii; and never \\iuk over It." cats on the fence, but he minded them
I "It will be something almost heroic not. lie simply sucked and puffed and QUEEN SEA ROUTES

if you can. Will the extra money that went "Yum. yum," down in his stomach '

!11 I you sate come to me?" and said to himself: Chamberlain's

"Every cent of it.ou can figure on "How on earth I was ever such a

q about $! a week increase in your pin fool as to tell Mrs. Bowser that I was

money Understand, however, I'm not going to stop smoking I can't under Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's

,. :. I giving up this habit because smoking stand. Stol Why 111 smoke three

hurts me or to sate the money. It's times as many as I ever did before,

just to show the world that I've got and if she asks: about that increased STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

the necessary backbone." pin money I'll tell her she's the most z

t "I see. What are you chewing" grasping and extravagant woman in ---- ----

"Just a little bit of licorice root. It America M QUAD.

: isn't because I want to smoke but I SAVANNAH BALTIMORE &
tten from the Mountains PHILADELPHIA.Direct
happened to pick it up you know. By .
the bye, I've got to run around to the Ballard's Snow Liniment is praised for

L r drug store and get a corn plaster." the good it does. A sure care for rheumatism Connections for

Mr. Bowser left the house, but he and all pains. Wright W Loving

didn't go to the drug store. He went Grand Junction, Colo, writes: "I] Cough Remedy Washington New York and Boston.Through

t to tbt grocery instead, and he purchased used Ballard's Snow Liniment, last win- .

k cloves, cinnamon, cardamoms The Children's Favorite
ter, for rheumatism and can recommendit
HedJ'aDd two or three other things. -CURBS -
as the best liniment on the market. I Coughs Colds and tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .
He kept bis mouth full on the way Croup
: borne,but bad hardly entered the house thought at the time I was taken down Whooping Cough. and cuisine unsurpa, d.
wben the vision of an eminent citizen with this trouble that it would be a week T-U remedy if Union for 1U carts over SEND FOR BOOKLET.
: before I could about alarge yors ot tba drtUMd world. It can
noktac a cigar while be read the pet but on applyingyour always b*degraded BDOD. It coaUini no

venlng paper row up before him. and liniment several times during the opi a or other harmful drag and may b* II. C. AVERT Com' Agent Jacksonville
gun to
tbtbjM tout adult ,
i.: be uttered a groan without realizing night, I was about in 48 hours and well ,
"IS-'U colic" innocently asked Mrs. in three days." Sold by Red Cross Fhar Price 25 cte; Large Size, 5O eta. J. C. HlTHCT,2dY.P.T.JL, Y. P.TUMER, P. T.I.,

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: I POLITICAL | i end Fourth avenues and Twenty-third take private advantage at the cost of SYRUP

\ tnd Twenty-fourth streets. It will contain the welfare of the great mass of the

a floor area of twenty-five acres. people. The Stokeses will devote their

r a Other Senatorial Elections. I The next highest structure In New wholetime to getting before the peoplethe

9t a The Tennessee legislature, pursuant facts of our Industrial life which
z York will be the tower of the Singer
to the primary nomination, has elected the basic of the BRONCHITIS
;show Injustice economic COLDS CONSUHnION ,
building, at Broadway and Liberty COUGHS, '
former Governdr Robert L. Taylor to which it Is founded.
system on
street, which will be 593 feet CURES SORE THIOAT
,: succeed Carmaclf In the United States The Washington monument is 553 They will continue, however to live In LOSS OF VOICE. LOOSENS THE PHLEGM, AND EASES
senate. At the same time the house expressed their tiny flat on Norfolk street in the i
I its thanks to Carmack foe his feet the Philadelphia city hall. 547; east side, slums. | EXPECTORATION, gEALSIHE LUNGS.
p the Cologne cathedral, 515; the Pyramid i
address on the Brownsville affair. Endorsed by leading physicians as the remedy
of Cheops, 486; the Antwerp cathedral Says Women Are Parasite
The Oregon legislature elected Frederick and Whooping Cough becauseit
i W. Mulkey (Republican) of Portland 476; the Strasburg cathedral, A biting criticism of the part playedby Croup action of Ballard Hore-
contains NO OPIATES. The
la the United States
474- women was
Bourne Jr.
and Jonathan (Republican
7 = ), also of Portland to represent Age Limit Raised to Forty-five. hurled by Dr. Charles P. Fagnani of hound Syrup is mild and is adapted to infants as wen

Union Theological seminary at the as adults of every variety of temperament and constitution.
4- the state at Washington. Because of the Increasing difficultyin
F Senators were' re-elected as follows: New York Wellesley club. He charac- Testimonial.
getting men for various branches of Read This Remarkable
terized American women as "contented -
South Carolina Elkins dt
Tillman of ;
Its service the railroadhas
West Virginia. Dolliver of Iowa. Cul- slaves," who favored the harem MRS. B. W. EVANS. CleirWater, KIA, wntw--My huband I
4 raised the limit from thirty-
age Idea not to the full oriental limit bnt was sick for three months and the doctors told me he had qufcic con "
1 of North Carolina .
loin of Illinois Simmons
five to forty-five years, the former fig- In the sense of a confined 'restrictedlife. sumption. We procured a bottle of Ballard* Horehound Sjroa,and

; Nelson of Minnesota, Gamble of ure having been established when the lIe said their so called sphere it cured nunHe is now a well man.but we always keep a boW

.' South Dakota and Warren of Wyoming pension system went into effect in 1900. was not even a hemisphere. The curseof I in the house and think it has no equal for pulmonary daeases t.
; It is that other railroads will
E presumed' the world was parasitism, and woman Easy to TaKe;Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.

;,, 4 Bailey Wins Despite Charges follow suit. was a parasite, he said, and asked THREE SIZES 23 Sour $1.00.BALLARD'S .

Notwithstanding that additional evidence "Why' should not every college graduate SNOW LINIMENT CO., ST. LOUIS MO.IHBBHHHIBB .

of a most serious character touch- I[ RELIGIOUSAgainst I and undergraduate be taught a

In? the relations of Senator Bailey of trade?" If, as had been said by a

: sw, Texas to the Wa Boston woman, the women who try SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

a C i ters-Pierce Oil com Finality In Religion. to improve social conditions are dan- RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITUSVILLE, and EAU GALLIC PHARMACY, EAU GILLIE
pany and its president President Eliot of Harvard speakingto gerous, he would invite all to become

,' ?,.. was brought to a meeting; of Congregational ministers dangerous women.

light through documents at Boston, opposed everything that >> ,MdrineEngines

#' made publicby stand for finality in religion. lie I THE FINE ARTS eda.

c J. P. Cruet formerly said there was an irresistible tendency L :.L

I; secretary of toward the belief that truth cannot be

the Waters-Pierce fixed. If In all the range of philosophy The "Salome" of Strauss.

i Oil company, the and science no one believes that Richard Strauss' musical Interpretation A A

'" Texas legislature the end has been reached, why should of Oscar Wilde's "Salome" which

D has re-elected Senator the theologian imagine he has reached created such a sensation in Europe ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT.ED .

i" Senator Bailey. Bailey. This the end of theology? had its first American production at '

is was accomplished Census of Catholics. the New York Metropolitan Opera FOR SATISFACTORY .

'only after the senator had promisedthat House last week, with Fremstad in the USE IN FLORIDA WATERS '
The 1907 official Catholic directory
he would resign If the report of title role. The ultra sensual character
Y : published in Milwaukee, places the !
t ;.' the legislative committee charged with of the subject had piqued the curiosity
t. Catholic population of the United Regal Marine
v f' the investigation of his conduct should of the prurient public, and a packed Engines
States at 13,089.353; which is an In-
be unfavorable and should be adopted bouse witnessed what most of the cnt
crease of 437.300 over the previous year. Stand for the highest type of
by the house and the senate. He received Ics say was a profanation of art The mechanical skill and reliability L ,
The number of clergymen Increased to
108 votes, 56 opposing and others realism of the music was marvelous in They are four cycle jump
15,093, and there were 334 new Catholic spark ignition ,1
automobile I
refusing to ote. portraying the utter depravity of Salome type.
churches established making a total mechanical valves, float feed _
The Hearst papers In Chicago and for John the ;
s passion Bipti-.t <-arl>nr >torr enclosed crank
of 12Hb churches. There are WJ case y
New York published a number of facsimile and the bestialities of Herod. In the steam forged crank shaft, and ti
ecclesiastical seminaries, with 5,COT bronzed J
letters and vouchers which passed staged drama the ultra Wagnerian music bearings. Jl8the
students and 40,304: parochial schools fewest number of working
between Bailey and Pierce apparently of Strauss is for the first time understood consistent with parts
with an attendance of 1006842. The a perfect operating -
showing beyond question that the RS n new tonal language; motor and many other
consists of the
sums received by Bailey were in return hierarchy now papal exclusive features found only in the Regal
delegate 1 cardinal, 14 archbishops, 90 Roosevelt Judges Sculpture.A
for services to the oil In-
terests. However this inference was bishops and 18 abbots. There are 11- model statue of KO'cinsko by Le- THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO ITffiSiSSftSS,2

133 secular priests and 3,958; In the 45 wandowskl of Vienna, which had been
formally resisted by the accused senator P. d :! ,3 .dP. single cylinder 8 to IS U.
different orders. favored by a committee of famous ,
in a speech before the legislature
sculptors is now rejected by tbe goteminent -
: and he was cheered both Inside and Board of Missions Growth. n e also manufacture a line of slow speed, working engines
Judges because President from 611,1'single cylinder to 45 H,iio
outside the house by thousands of his The American board of missions noW'has cyhndtr.

friends who had come to Austin to celebrate 20,380 stations and out stations, Roosevelt thought it Inferior to the The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation throughout -
model by Popiel of Austria. Prizes the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they .
; his victory. 0.750 men and 0,039; women missionaries are givingGet
amounting to $2.000 will be divided

t Dryden Short of Majority. communicants. iO.i35'naJh-e 1,120,802 laborers'under 13,349,908 Instruc- among the first three competitors. a Regal in the Beginning Don't> Experiment

Tbe first ballot in the Joint session of
: tion and an income of $18,005,748.SOCIOLOGICAL Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request
the New Jersey legislature at Trenton The Natural Kind.

t gave United States Senator Dryden "There were firebugs all about the Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

thIrty-six votes which was five short I I country where we spent last summer."
.. of the number needed to re-elect him. "";')I.lness gracious! Did they do Water, Michigan

Eight Republicans had refused to enter much damage''"

the caucus* which nominated him. The Settlement Workers Quit. "Oli, nn
other votes were scattered among half That J. G. Phelps Stokes and his -Initp b:irn'!,-';:s," I tTm"rU1I'1cmo ,> ,.

I a dozen candidates, among whom ex- wIfe Rose Pastor tokes, had definitely -

Attorney General Grgg, Chancellor decided to withdraw from the set-
Common Col Pitney and President Wilson of PrInce- tlement work and from all forms of
ton are the best known.INDUSTRIAL. organized charities in order to become lon IHgpaaes THE SOHMER-CEOILIAN PIANO

"full baked Socialists," as Mrs. Stokes Phjsicians who have gamed a national

put it, by becoming members of the reputation as anahst!'of tbe cau!''of\anon THE FARRAND-CEOILIAN PIANO
I I It diseases, claim that if cold
( catching
Socialist party came to public notice lAW
i e roll It avoided a lone list of dangerous THE CECIL PLAYER PIANO
casually during a dinner of the New
ailments never would r e beard of. l.\e-
Remove Lake to Save Mine. York alumni of Syracuse unhers'ty rvomknows that pnennionia and ronnn -

k The steel trust Is preparing; to drain In fact, the Stokeses !,; ption originate from cold and citron

Trout lake near Grand Rapids Minn both explained: ic catarrh bronchitis and all throat and

at a cost of $.1.000,000 because water 4 that they had been long trouble are /,:\ated and renderedmore

e from the lake leaks into the shafts of withdrawing from serious bv.u b frt'.h attu'k. Do

the Canisteo mine, making it necessary settlement work for not risk! your life ot take cltanrt"when
v3 von liae"a l'nld Chamberlain' Crag}
to work the pumps day and nightA /y f some time. They
Remedy will cure it before tliedi '
: a es
deep canal will be necessary to carry had come to feel
develop.. This renmlt contain
t the water Into the Swan river. ; that all this charity,4aA' or other harmful ding no and opiummorphine has 0 lei

j ,,1, 4 Tehuantepec Railroad Opened. *- work acted as a sort thirty years of repetition lack of it,

The of blind and kept .amed lUs cures under ail condition
completed short cut line from -
Mrs. btokes people from rea liz- For ale ball druggists and meilicine .
ocean to ocean the
: across isthmus of :
in; the truth about their condition and deal INS. .
Tehuantepec was opened formally Jan _
eased the conscience of the rich people
23, when President Diaz of Mexico
who live in luxury 01 the stolen half
started the machinery which carried of what th,> \\orkors prodtue
the first load of merchandise from a CASTOR
I This ;.:ne eil;e to the remarks of
ship to a car at Salina Cruz. Coatzacoalcos
\, Chamvlljr Hay which followed, bis For Infants and Children.
+ is the Atlantic terminus of the
subject Fein,; }Iillionlzrl'l'hohia. lie
road. To that The Kind You Have
point the presidentialtrain spoke approvingly; of the great charities Always BoughtBears LJ
followed nut day and the first
of wealthy men liu knew and of kIt
; carload of freight was transferred to his, gratitude to all workers. but theSignature d // ,
a ship on the Atlantic side. The ofT
.r I lengthof thought that the poor were getting
the line is about 200 miles
wages for all they do and a great part

Plans of Tallest Building. of them for more than they do adding

I The filing of plans for the tower oft "They can support 10.UK) saloons between

. the Metropolitan Life Insurance building the Battery and Harlem and I '

r at Twenty-third street between am not going to charge it all up to the utt'sPiUs

I Madison and Fourth avenues, dew corporation lIe was particularly

York, indicates that this will be the bitter on the labor question, definingthe

r highest business structure In the world labor unions( as a combination "for

' and second only to the Eiffel tower it getting as much as possible by doingas FOR TORPID LIVER. A line that meets all demands
little work as possible." Finally he A torpid lUerderanges the whole
, self. The base of the :Metropolitan
said system, and produces both as to quality and
t tower will rest on the corner formerly that "no greater despotism reigned price
/ on the face of this earth than trades SICK HEADACHE
occupied by Dr. Parkhurst's Madison
Square church and will be 75 by 85 I unionism." He believed In the era of Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu. Selling Price from $450 to $850Full

feet. The top will be 658 feet from the : larger men and larger Institutions. matism Sallow Skin and Piles.

street and 600 feet from the founda Replying In an interview to these remarks There U no better remedy for these particulars sent on application

tion. The clock face In the tower will Mr. Stokes agreed that larger common diseases than DR. TLTT'S
men were needed but be thought this LIVER PILLS as a trial will prove.

: building be 346 feet when above.. Cjompl the tsd sidewalk.,wijl! coyer The differentJhlinj! from_'believjng Take No Substitute. INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE, TITDSYILLE


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)1 ; -" : Captain Taylor; ,of' the Mcllvaina .. 0o >
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FLORIDAf fishing smack!,twas tr1ghUuIl1 bitten
...FA7.; ,* 'w.,. ; .' : -- last Nursing baby? 0
and seriously Injured Saturday
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-. > "t It_ ...fllll8'. 1M BTOlJ1t. .. TroublesAyer's morning by monster kingfish In the 0' .
wen of.the' smack his right forearm o It's a heavy strain on 0-

b ", i1 : t ..Ltk_P ll, being torn and lae& ttted-'a' distance C-

:: A IUceeasfutmlc1-Jnter: fair Is.'nonr> of several inches. g'J' $ H'-systems called upon to supply ..c.01 .-

, '';;,.h. ;';?;.a in pivgress"at.St.Petetabnr;. Cherry Pectoral cer- Captain Taylor and a young son had nourishment for twu. 0

i The next State Baptist Convention tainly cures coughs, colds, gone to the kingfish grounds early In

f;.''' +will be held Float ,City,In Januaryof 1 bronchitis, consumption. Andit the morning. They had caught several ,fie Some form of nourishment that will : i

, *} : 'f. nett year. weak of the monsters and put them In
has certainly the wen of the smack. In putting In o be easily taken up By mother's system 0o -
Enormous beerae to
damage weak
throats and lungs.
: another fish one of those already in is needed. l
I f.turpenUne. rms in the vicinity of There can be no mistake about ,
his The kingfish 0o
;: "' Gainesville by forest fires the well struck arm. o

, this. You know it is true. And have long, sharp and very poisonous Scoifs Emulsion contains the 6o -
; Captain William H Northrap has
your own doctor will say so. teeth and one of them was sunk
\f'A been re-appointed_.postmaster at Pen- greatest possible amount of ,nourish 0 _
Into his the elbow and
deep arm near .
... ,4." saoola. :fof another four-year term. .The sold best for kind over of a sixty testimonial,ears." ripped through the flesh nearly to the :: ment in easily digested form. z4 -

-J>:, < The directors of the",First National wrist.

Bank of Qnincy have voted to increase of ."'" Being so seriously injured, Captain o Mother and baby are wonderfully +

the capital stock of that institution to AuuihotaMM Taylor could not bring the smack to its
helped by use.
9100,000. port. His son also was unable to 0

Judge Minor S. Jones of Titusvllle, We haTe."secrets \T. publish i.manage it, and with the blood streaming iwirr
is presiding over Circuit Court at the form las of sll our medicine from the wound the Injured man AU. DRUCCISTSt SOc. AND $1.00OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO "

Tampa,in the absence of Judge"Wall Keep the bowels regular with Ayer's was forced to wait several hours un- 0000009

? who is l1LSeveral Pills and thus hasten recovery.the til launch came along and took his

1. of the business and professional boat in tow port being reached late ,..
men of Jacksonville haves ruins of his home which wju In. the afternoon. He was then so lag to the big cage were hurriedly The waters of Lake Butler are,

been} fined for carrying on business ot completely destroyed. Charred portions weak and exhausted that he fainted opened and the lions driven into them I' lower now than they have been lajcars.

practicing without a Jicense. .of the body were found in the before medical assistance could be ty MacPhearson who then steppedout I The extreme dry weather has

j, The Royal'Palm Hotel at Fort burning embers. It is supposed hs summoned to him.A of the big cage, and as he did so i caused the lake to fall three feet be- '

P Myers has been purchased by Mkt.M. was suffocated by the smoke anl bite or ,scratch from kingfish is he fainted away from loss of blood. I flow the old water mark. The old

.. O. Terry aunt It will be immediate therefore unable to escape. considered very poisonous by fishermen Kindly hands caught him as he fell, lake presents quite an unnatural appearance -

z. ". ly opened f!'r the season under the What is probably the largest single and they always take good care and he was carried to his home where I with its hundreds of unsightly -

management of Frank H. Abbott. real estate deal in city property ever 'to stay out of the way of,their teeth. he will probably be laid up for a snags and trees protruding

made in Florida was closed late yes- Many of them have'carried arms and couple: of months. i from the water like so many grim
Key West was visited by serious
terday afternoon when W. A. Varne- hands in bandages and slings for sev- water serpents. The spring rains are-
fire early Wednesday morning whena Accident at Jupiter. ;
doe purchased from H. H. Kinyon his eral weeks as the result of a slight near at hand however, which will re- 4

restaurant, and five other buildings entire half block of Franklin Street scratch from a kingfish tooth. Captain Another accident occurred at Jupi : suit in the waves again lapping over, e;

,: were burned. The Government buildings property paying therefor the sum of Taylor is resting easy and no !1\ ter Saturday night whereby Jacob : the gruesome sight-Lake Butler '

at one time were in great danger. $l'>OOOO. or about $1,000 per front loot results are feared.A Huber a section workman, was

A million-dollar in Tampa t the railroad bridge by Star.Mr.
g. corporation caught on pas
This is far
also the
highest price so Patrick HIggins, who owns the' ,
Is the new'Tampa-Havana Lumber for in Fight with a Lion. seager train No. 99 and his right foot
paid business property Tampa. beautiful grove on the shell bluff at.
, Company, which has absorbed the Jet- Times. (Jacksonville Metropolis.) horribly crushed. The man was cross
Volusia Landing was at the county
2 ton-Deckle Lumber Company and the An exciting incident occurred Wed ing the bridge to attend to some
Captain W. F. McCoy drove his car seat Wednesday. Mr. Higgins shipped
. .:a Tedder-McLeod Company, with all nesday morning at the Ostrich Farm switch lights, and the train overtookhim.
over a rattlesnake 5 feet 6 inches long 2,700 boxes of oranges and grapefruitthis
their mills and plants. that was not on the program and There was no way of escape
between Daytona and New Smyrna season, and had all in the market
Grace Episcopal Church Ocala was came pretty near terminating the ca- except jumping from the bridge or
Monday morning: His anakeship did before the cold weather of December24th
of Robert :McPhearson the hanging over the side. He tried to
consecrated Wednesday with reer ,
appropriate not like the roll the auto gave him 25th and 26th. His oranges were-
ceremonies by Rt Rev William plucky lion trainer of Ferari's Wild get on the side rail, but his right foot
and upon going back the Captain of beautiful color Irom a shell grove
Animal Show which is wintering at was in reach of the train and it was
Cran,'Gray, Bishop of Southern Floe
found the reptile coiled-up and ready and they netted him upon the average i1

ida and Rt. Rev. Edwin Gardner I I for battle. He was killed, and':\lac already the Ostrich Farm and giving daily ex- caught over $1.75 on the trees and still '
Weed Bishop bf Florida. hibitions mornings and afternoons, to The wounded man was brought to
has the skin for a trophy. The better net proceeds for his grapefruit.He i
audiences.It Fort Pi'rce. where Drs. Van Landing-
N .Johnson & Paterson received last snake had seven rattles and a but is now waiting for rain before
.I ham and Rollins made a primary amputation
being the "off the road
Saturday three very large bunches of Daytona-Halifax Journal I season putting in ten acres of tomatoes.-Vo-
several of the animals are being and did everything possibleto
bananas, which were grown at Lotus The, steamer Kennedy, of the exten- lusia County Record.
ease the sufferer. Mr. Huber wa
taught new tricks, and among the lat
C. F. Walker. There were 555 bananas -
". sion fleet left for the keys this morn-
ter was a vicious lion known as Emer sent to the St Augustine hospital The Breath of Life
these bunches. This to
on goes ing with one of the largest tows jet
who until the last has Sunday.-Fort Pierce News.
day or so
prove what Florida soil can produce.- carried from this portIn the tow It's a significant fact that the strongest
': Cocoa News. had nothing to do but eat and sleepin Lame Back animal of its size, the gorilla, also has the
three of
were large barges piling,
his cage. It being determined to largest lungs. Powerful longs means
i This ailment ia usually caused by rheumatism -
An interesting event at Key West lumber crops-ties, iron braces SUP I powerful creatures How to keep the
make Emerson work Wednesday of the muscles and may be cured'by 1
last Friday was a race between the tion pipe sill timbers flooring iron Chamberlain's Pain Balm breathing organs right; eiould! be man's
morning the lion was moved from his applying I hiefest study. Like thousands of others
United States torpedo-boats Stocktonand frames, ttuss beams kerosice", and two or three times a day and rubbing the .
comfortable cage and put in a big Mrs. Ora A Stephens of Port Williams.
Blakely over a course of sixty one 6,000-gaMon water tank, RId both parts vigorously at each applitat onif 0., has learned how to do this. She
arena cage where a struggle then be- this does not afford relief bind on a pieceof
}_ miles in the Gulf of Mexico. The rides of the catamaran, loaded on two writes: "Three bottles: of Dr. King's
gan between human intelligence in flannel slightly dampened with Pain
t Stockton won.the race by about half i targes which also contained several Balm, and quick relief is almost sure to New Discovery cured me of what my
rt. the trainer and brute force in the friends thought consumption. 0, It's ?
4 mile covering the distance in two carloads of coaL-Miami Metropolis.A follow. For sale by all druggists and i
beast \ medicine dealers. grand for throat and lung troubles.

hours. very n.. sad accident occurred_ .__. __ at___ the,',_- The lion resented the efforts of Guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy.Price .

11: A meeting of the executive committee schoolhouse at Boynton Monday afternoon Trainer MacPearson and daily most Notice 50o. and $1.00..-Trial bottle free.

; f' of the Florida Press Association ,a week ago. Sadie Murray the exciting encounters took place in the Titusviile Fla., Jan. 16th, 1907. O.A. *3 TORSA.:

,.) was held in the editorial rooms of bright little five-v ear-old daughter of .cage, the audience at the Ostrich I will be at the following places for the Bean the Pa Kind You Hays altars lisiigh"t

'I' the Fraternal Record in Castle Hall Mr. and Mrs. H. Murray, fell froma Farm being allowed to witness this purpose of assessing the taxes for 1907 Signature Y.d.I #- '

: ; Jacksonville at 8 o'clock Saturday ladder and nearly bit her tongue in training process as part of the show would take itaa a great favor if all would c
a meet me at the designated places at the
I '- evening to arrange the program for .two. At this writing the little one is People who saw the struggle be- time named promptly, as it will enableme -----oficOAiT

:.,::: .. the next convention which is to be I in a very critical condition. It is not tween the king of beasts and the to complete my work earlier and more MEAT MARKETG.

held in Key West during the week of known yet whether the tongue will plucky trainer got enough "thrillers" .v.
W. II. H.ILL, Tax Assessor.
,. March 4th. have to be partly taken off. The child in the half hour performance and P.DUREN,Agent,
.. Micro Feb. 4th P. Bertie-
Monday, at
;,_ The jury in the O'Hara peonage trial has been unable to speak or to swal- went away certain that MacPhearsonwas sen5-

Ii .. at Jacksonville brought in a verdict low food since the accident-Miami taking his life in his hand every Grant Tuesday, Feb. 5th, at L. Jor-

.'!: .Ji.:' Thursday of "not'' guilty." This is the Metropolis.It time he tackled the ugly brute and gensen's.Malabar. Florida and
Thursday Feb. 7th at E. B.
: '; .' second acquittal but O'Hara is under is reported by those visiting predicted that it would be only a Arnold's. =-

, lr < bond, however to appear for trial o.i Gainesville from the northeastern sec- question of time before the trainer Melbourne, Saturday, Feb. 9th, at WesternMeats

,r- four other indictments for ,alleged tion of the county that forest fires would get hurt. Brown's hotel.Melbourne .

:.. : peonage, although nothing has yet are raging in all sections, and that At last the looked for accident Beach. Monday, Feb. llth
at Myrtle cottage.Eau :
ii- :-. keen announced as to when the timber has suffered a great deal. came. MacPhearson was trying to Gallic, Tuesday Feb. 12th, at )Ic.

1 : ", cases will be called for trial. The first in the timber lands seems put the lion through his Daces, when Millan's hotel. of all Kinds

.. gxu l: to be most frequent and damaging, the huge infuriated beast rushed at Tropic Thursday morning, Feb. 14th,
r : Charles P. I.ark, one of the adv.ince at postoffice.
with the result that the naval stores the trainer, and although the latter
'1: _' agents of Sparks' circus was caught Banyan Thursday afternoon Feb. I Ilith. FLORIDA.
and lumber manufacturers will beheaVY' had a heavy chair to defend himself at postomce. TITUSVILLE -
between two box cars on the Atlantic
sufferers. Many farm fences Tom the attack besides a T \'ol"er.the Brantley Friday morning, Feb. 15th,
Coast Line tracks in Ybor City Tam- at postomce..
...; have also been destroyed, which will *lion, by his rushes, forced Mac
crushed to Lotus afternoon Feb. 15th BOBBINS
pa, Saturday night and Friday at
the tracks prove most serious to the planters.- Phearson back to the side of the cage, postothreGeorguna.
: death. He was crossing
Gainesville Sun. a position of extreme danger for the Saturday, Feb. loth, at
when a yard engine backed a string .
C. D. store.Merrill"
trainer always tries to keep in the
k of cars Lark being pinned between.r E. V. Blackman has inaugurated a Tuesday morning, Feb. 19th, I 'O.
center so he will have room, and then ,
in the of
the couplersThe new enterprise way a con at Dostofiice. .
tinued exhibit of citrvs fruits at his the lion, realizing the advantage; of Indianola Tuesday afternoon, Feh19th (Iupi*,-l 1 $. ,OOOO. s
total registration of studentsat his struck at p."toilice.Conrt .
position, viciously out,
office Twelfth Street. From different -
Stetson for the present year is the on 1I4IY, vVednesdav, Feb. 20th, at This company owns landsin F
groves he has collected specimens laceratingIacPhearson's arm poMofficeRotklwlsze. the Indian River {'.ounII -

largest in the history 01 the institu of grapefruit, oranges, lemons and actually made a snap at the Thursday morning, Feb II trv"on the :-;t. Lncie River,

tion. On the 15th Inst. the books etc., each of which is neaty labeled tiainer's head, just missing It Mac 21t, at Lockhart's store. at New River and <>' Biscayne -
showed that 395 students had regis- Phearson Cocoa Friday Feu. 2Jn-I, at town hall. Bay 1
.4 though badly hurt, stool I
The with the name of the grower. By City Point, Saturday, Feb 2;rd, at
'- tered since the first of October. this means the different localities are his ground and the watchful attend wstofficeArtesia, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIJIE ...

number will be increased nearly one brought into prominence, and the ruts outsile, oteing bis danger, with Tile-day AIarih .nth, at l 'I i Send for land list,
hundred by the beginning of the spring non rods drove the lion back into M i office.

term.-DeLand Record.A specimens now" exhibited prove that corner, while some of the audienc0. CanaveralVedned iy, March 6th, t.1 I OFFICESAT .
citrus fruits of the best quality can postotlice.

number of farmers came in Monday be grown in almost every section of seeing the Wood pouring from the Nathan.Thurs.lay mornin? March Tlh, TITUSVILLE AtD MIAMI.
trainer's became panlc. tr1ckt-'n at postoffiHaulover.--*-. I _
t' to take their pork out of colds the county. :Mr Blackman will add arm 1
Friday morning; &th
and the excitement for few momentswas
; storage at the Ice factory which car- other tropical fruits to his collection, a at T" Crook' ENNIS & FORTBack

ries from 115,000 to 120.000 pounds of which will be of great interest to vis intense. Minis, Monday morning March 11th,
After the angry lion was driven into at toffice. = ..
The io -
at a time each 'S ason. itors and prospective investors. 15 ;
pork the corner. the small doors lead- LaGrange.. Tue.dav.. March 12th.__. Cooper t
raising of pork cage -- --- n. and Wort
; storage shows that the Ok in the Stomach shop. iog Repair
hereabouts is increasing and the record r Titasville, Wednesday March 14th I, coo
Belching and that sense of fullness so <"To Cure a Felon"Bays .
-Jj;. that 20 cent'of
a<.;; demonstrates per often experienced after eating; la caused Sam Kendall, of Pbillipeburg Kan., Itching Pile
!' ,,MM' this is raised by colored people.- by the formation of gas. The stomach "just cover it over with Pucklen's Arnica If you are acquainted with anyone whois TITUSVILLE, FLA.

Lake City Index. fails to perform its functions and the food Salve and the ealve will do the rev-t." troubled with this distressing ailment
.' i ferments. Chamberlain's Stomach and Quickest cure for burns boils sores, you can do him no greater favor than to Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeinga

: !i An awful fatality Is reported from Liver Tablets will correct the disorder. scalds, wonnds.piles eczema salt rheum tell him to try Chamberlain's salve. It River specialty.or anywhere Work from in the any county part will of receive Indian

:..1. ,. Dunnellon. Professor Worthy t e oher They aid digestion and strengthen and in. chapped hands sore feet and sore eyes. I gives instant relief. Price 25 cents per our careful attention. We stand the freight

: in the high school at that place, was vizorate the stomach and bowels. For Only 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. Guar box. Sold by all druggists and medicine! one way and guarantee to give you &&tiaf.c-
f.% night in sale by all druggists and medicine dealers. anteed. dealers. tion. Send tu your work.
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