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 8, 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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i": : : '.." I VOL. XXVII i TITUSVILLE. FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1907 NO. 42

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Shoes Comfortable in
that Are
We have the largest and best line of Bargains la Every Department -nAND
PRESENT WEEK shoes in the city. For men and boys in All the Fashionable Lasts .

iT.. the Edwin Clapp and Crossett makes; BY JULIUS KLINE i MONDAY, FEBRCARY 11, 1007.I PERSONALSSomething

for ladies in the Queen Quality make- In order to make room for our summer

i!,:;,, Pungent Rotes Pertaining ,to Elects best the that's Irving made Drew; for make.misses and infantsin It is rubbing, pinching and binding I I i stock, which our experienced buyer is About toe People of Titus- i
that hurt. Shoes that
make the feet
): '. Transpiring About Town No matter what kind of shoe you want i I now selecting in New York, we are offering Tille
t:>. we have it. Send ns your orders. We are too large or ugly in shape don't our entire stock at a big sacrifice/and as They Come and Go

t Dr. Armstrong's date, Feb. .15th) at Dr. pay express or postage on all out of town : prevent this; don't make the feet I we will place on sale the following at Get your ,suit, Schloss Bros make, i

tt:,' Wilson's office. orders.The Clothier WINSTON, Furnisher S. BKASSIXG, Hatter, : comfortable. I II specially reduced prices: from Winston S. Branning, the clothier.

Fine trunks and eau cases at Winston and Outfitter, Titusvillp, Fla. It is the stiff soles, rubbing at every -. Ladies' Coats-Specials in tan and Valentines and ..Titnsville souvenir

'); S. Branning's. .1 step, that make the feet burn black. These coats are made of lightweight post cards at the Novelty Store.I. .

I Those Hawes $3,00 hats now on exhi- The Long Distance Race and ache, make the shoe pinch and fine quality broadcloth, beautiful M. DODSOX.

; : bition at Branning's store are winners. The racing motor boat Secret, the property I bind across the top of the foot or at styles 50 inches long, full cut garments, Go to Winston S. Branning'a for fine

;:" You should call and see the beautiful of Mr. E. C. Bay nee, of Bay City, the heel. draping gracefully from the shoulders, clothing, shoes, hats, men's and boys'

r line of low cat Queen Quality shoes'just Mich., arrived at Palm Beach last week With its trimness and style, perfect double breasted trimmed front, ripple back, handsomely furni8hin The largest and best stockin

: arrived at Winston S. Branning's. too late to take a very active part in the some lined throughout the city. One price to all.
in cut, the Krippendorf & Ditt-
wit excellent
quality satin. Prices
there but is in the gray
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Weeks, from Hol- races participating mann shoe is comfortable from the from $20.00 to $23.00; special all at Dr. E. H. Armstrong, the eye and
., motor boat in Miami this week.
ton, Kansas, after spending a month at first; its sole is flexible. The sole, $13.49. nerve specialist, makes a personal profess-
She is
this place, left yesterday morning for Or a remarkably fast craft. The ional visit here Feb. 15th, and may be
made of leather tanned by special Remaining lot of.ladies' n-ady-to.wear
lando. Swallow, owned byE.. H. Godshalk, of seen at D. Wilson's office.
Camden, N. J.; Dixie by E. J. Schroeder, process, is of regular walking thick tats in this season's beet models, hand-
Mrs. Daniel Cone and little son, of trimmed Mr. Hadley, of Pittsburg, Pa., who is
somely recently ft.OO to $8.00,
of Jersey City and other fast boats are at ness, yet so supple that it bends with I
Benton Fla. arrived visitto visiting with his relative, Dr. Holmes at
Saturday on a special $1.08.Black ,
Miami, but will enter the endurance race the foot; this suppleness makes the : I
her sister-in-law, Mrs. A. A. Monroe, I taffeta silk waists, two models, Sharpes, paid our office a short but pleasant -
from Palm Beach which
to Daytona, shoe which fits at point fits
every ,
call last
-of South Titusville. i beautifully trimmed, with detachable Saturday, accompanied by
comes off right after the racing at Miami. in position. The i
I every Krippendorf Mr. Fed Scobie.
\1. All eye, nervous and chronic troubles! ia over. I lace cuffs, strictly tailormade, value$7.50,

:,,: : quickly overcome by Dr. E. II. Arm Rockledge is to be made a pointof con- & Dittman shoe affords the support special $4.79.Broadcloth Dr. Armstrong, the welf known eye

without See and protection that the foot must in tan brown red and nerve specialist, informs as that he
r strong, drugs or operations. trol in this long distance event. The gray, ,

t. him at Dr. Wilson's office Feb. 15th. time of each boat will be taken as it have, but without the rub, pinch and navy blue and black, guaranteed to re- will make a professional visit to Titus ville

t Do not forget that Dr. Armstrong, the reaches Rockledge. After the Rockledpe bind. Itentirely prevents the rub- tain high satin finish, chiffon weight; 54 on Feb. 15th, one day only, and can be

eye specialist, will be in Titusville on his events have been concluded, the race will bing, smarting and aching caused by inches wide, special $1.19. seen at Dr. Wilson's office.

a regular professional visit Feb. 15th, and be started on toward Daytona, with the stiff soles. Black silk and wool chiffon, dotted Mr. E. C. Wimbrough, of Jacksonville,

.\\ may be seen at Dr. Wilson's office. same time intervals between their etart- We have them in all styles, high eolienne, 42 inches, special $1 59. representative of BraJetreet'e Mercantile
s a existed between them and low leather Black superior French voile, 44 inches, Agency, was in Titusville Tuesday look-
} Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle returned ings as as they arrived patent and vici, etc.

home from Daytona Wednesday, where at Rockledge. This will make the JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. $1.19. ing after Bradstreet's interests here and

; they spent a little over two weeks' time long distance race tontinuous both as to The remaining stock of outings, stripes, noting business changes, etc., for that

very pleasantly with their friends Dr. and racing time and the relative positions of Narrow Escape From Fire checks and plaids, recently 12$ to 15 cents rating agency.

the per yard, special 10 cents, another lot in
boats. The strolling Italian
Mrs. Ross. The residence! of Mr. J. S. Snowden. at orchestra that
After the Rockledge events the racers South Lake had solid colors at 12! cents per yard. visited this section two seasons ago. arrived -
Ex-Governor W. D. Bloxham was a a very narrow escape
move on the Indian river, Titus- Long silk gloves!, in black and white, again and air
visitor in Titusville Wednesday. We up pass from being destroyed by fire Monday I Monday gave open
through the famous Haulover canal 22 inches wide, special 1.49. concerts and for
ville the dance
L were pleased to see the venerable gentlemen morning about 3 o'clock. A tray of played at the
into the enter the Halifax Brass extension rods, extended 30 to 5t Titusville house that
in better health than when he was Mosquito lagoon, clothes became ignited by rats carrying opera night, leaving

in our town several years ago. and then comes the last dash of the matches into the tray and striking the inches, regular 15 cents, special 10 cents Tuesday for points farther down the

long race, to the quarters of the Halifax matches each.Mail coast
by gnawing them. The smoke
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Smailes have been ,
orders promptly filled on of
River Yacht club at Daytona, where the any
which stifled the room, was discovered Capt. Simonson returned home Tues-
the week ten days at
spending past or the above goods.
200 mile endurance ends. by Mr. Snowden of his lay: from a crnise far Lake Worthin
this place on their way in their house- first on account arising JCLIUS KUM, as as
The boat in wins the event, and to attend to his sloop Why Not with of
boat to Palm Beach. They are awaiting : a eore finger. A few Titusville, Fla. a party
snore favorable weather for continuing Commodore J. II. Allen, of the Halifax minutes more and the house would prob- Telephone No. 8. three Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rankin and

their cruise southward. River Yacht club, will present the beautiful ably have been consumed. Strange to baby, of Pittsburg, Venn. They were

trophy, a most fitting gift for the vic ay, his wife and baby, who were occit- Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrivals out eighteen days and had a very pleasant i
Mr. Alex Carlile, of LaGrange, lefty tor. Tnis prize is held by the victor for
pying this room, were not awakened by A T time.
Gray Richmond Va F S
for Fitzgerald Ga. where he ;
Wednesday ,
; one Three times must he win it to
- -expects to engage in some kind of business year. the stifling smoke Mr. Snowden scenting Columbia S C; L C Scheflenacker Balti The trim and able outside fishing I
secure permanent possession of it.
or occupation, to which place his Yet each winner in the puCive the same from the hallway as he was timore S Tyson, Jr, Savannah; ChasC launch, owned by Capt. R. G. Hardee,of
brother Tom went about but descending from up-stairs to dress his Auld, Va; A E Hoffman and wife, Fort Sebastian, was at this place Sunday and
a ,
year ago nual rnnninps-off. of this event, will be
who is now up in Virginia. presented with H silver medal, wroughtwith finger. Wayne, Ind; MissJW Clohecy, Cleveland Monlay with a hole through her side,

Dr. Armstrong, the wellknown nerve Ohio; Frank S Moses, Clinton, made by a fish boat. This is a new boat
The Lorillard Boat Works will install the same captured silver! as is the
and eye specialist, who makes regular Iowa; S Burden, Homestead, Fla; recently built by Mr. R. R. Gladwin, of
new 7 h. p. Termaat & Monahan two I trophy, ar.d appropriately designed and
professional visits down the coast, can be I P Clarke Jacksonville Fort Pierce
C Fla; Mrs. Walter and cost her owner something -
cylinder motor in a boat for Mr. D. G. Iso whether or not three successive win seen at Titnsville on Feb. 15th, at Dr.Wilson's .
Buhl, Detroit, Mich Mr. and Mrs. like $3,000.
Mouroe at Kalamazoo next week. This nings of..tbe event make the trophy his, office.Gasoline .
E. S. Ballon, Iowa; LT Allen, Sanford; Mr. Julius Kline left for New t
prominent motor will be found adver- he will have substantial evidence of his
Famine in TitusvilleThe J F Shecut and wife, Atlanta A B Bell, York
; city, where he will the
tised in THE STAR on page 8. having won out in a straining, tr"injl200- spend coming -
mile endurance test.Burned first; part of this week there was a Kissimmee; Lawrence E Cash, New York; month making his selections for
Doctor J. C. Spell, who recently located
gasoline famine in this town and the fish\ Goo Eags, Mr and Mrs CD Davis, Brook- spring and summer trade. Mr. Kline

in Titusville for the practice of by Gasoline boats and even the mail boats had to gin lyn; Helen A Wilson, John Henry, City; went north this spring a little earlier than
medicine has his office and residence in
their Chas A Biich, Baltimore; F W Johnston, usual in order
that he
np making runs on account of being might get the best
Capt. G. G. Gleason, well known in
the Bauknight Cottage, recently occupiedby
out of fuel. The mail to Canaveral Ed W C Wimbrough, Jacksonville; A'T that the market affords in the several
this place, was painfully, if not seriouslyburned
Mrs. Kate Myers, on Hopkins street. t
which should have gone out Tuesday, Pierce, New York; D P Clapp, Mrs D P lines of goods that he handles.
St. tine
The doctor THE STAR a pleasant call near Anjro Thursday
gave Miss E A Blackmer
night of I last wetk by the explosion of loft Wednesday morning via the old reliable Clapp, Brooklyn; Contractor P. J. Hall has moved several r
last Friday morning. F L Clarke C II Romaine II B Butler
but slower sailboat ,
gasoline aboard the launch Helen. Jnl- Capt. Fred houses westward from the west side of ;
Mr. J. II. Lyon and wife, of Cato, Wright taking the mail toArtesia N Y; 0 D Andrews, Petersburg; C F
'an Dupont, a friend, was also burned. in a the railroad track near Pine street and is
N. Y. after spending about five weeksin DnBoies Baltimore W E Bramlitt
small frloop-riggt boat. Just ; ,
Both men are receiving treatment in St. why there now moving W. H. Maxwell's house.
Titnsville, left Saturday morning for Montgomery Ala S II Scrogjzin N Y
; ,
Anguetine. should be a dearth gasoline no one seem ; The buildings near the station will also

Orlando, where they expect to spend to know the reason. ,The local 1 agent II J Hopkins, Atlanta; J I Campbell, be moved away, giving a clear space on
about three weeks before returning to C K Smith New York
Chattanooga ,
Church NoticesRev. for the Standard Oil cortlpany says that ; ; the west side of the track for some purpose -
their home. They have friends stoppingin ; he has headquarters Jacksonville I C Carnhart, Brooklyn N Y; ieo S
telegraphed which has not been
W. F. :Shoemaker' will preach in yet given out.
Orlando who came south with them for supply several times, but the Pearsall; Deer Park, N Y; Sam II Kirby
the church
LaGrange Feb.
next Sunday
earlier in the season.FURNITURE and wife New Haven Ct Mr and Mrs
supply does not come as ordered, or the ; Steam Yacht Roxana Here
--- 10th, at 11 a. m. All are cordially in-
little that i is sent does not begin, E N loin, Port Jefferson, N Y; S T
DRY GOODS, SHOES vited to attend. tosuppl steam yacht Roxana, owned by
the demand. It is probable that the Weil, Savannah; Dr E A Jelks and wife, the great railroad magnate, John W.
VALENTINES all VALENTINESprices Father Curley will be here on his nsual Miss Jelks, Miss Allbritton Quitman
same trouble exists else here. I Gates arrived at this place Tuesday on r
monthly visit on Sunday, Feb. 10th. Ga; K A Martin, Jacksonville;J A Crews,
her to Palm Beach and
one cent to one dollar Evening service with instruction at .::;0., "Birds of a Feather"The Florida Times Union; B D Fudge, Atlanta way stayed over i
night. The Roxana is chartered this
Chas. A. Gardner, 'Phone 34. Holy mass on Monday at 7 a. m. Beggar Prince Opera company ; Samuel STennent, Phila; L F Blankner season by Mr. Anderson, of Washington,

Titusville, Florida. Rev. McNary preaches every Sunday played to a crowded hour at this place Baltimore; Etta Merrie, Ivan I udi-
Wednesday night, presenting the musical who is accompanied solely by his wife
night in the Presbyterian church at 730. sill, Chas Nickle, Lovette Nickle, Part ofBeggar
Regarding Meeting of Growers comedy "Birds of a Feather" in two and is taking a cruise all around the Flor-

: f THE FLOEIDA STAB Rev. II. I1nntin}.>ton will hold service; acts. Mr. Fred Goddinjr, the leading comedian Prince Opera Co; Harry Lea ida coast in this fine large steam yacht. I

l' Editor in St. Gabriels: church on Sunday next at! as Hohbp, was first elms, and he velleM Terry NY; Geo B Edwards, ;'The Roxana is in command of .
I am glad to see a call for the meetingof 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 in. Seats free. I was well supported by Miss' LovetNickle :' Cleveland, Ohio; Dr A G Litle, Dr J C Capt.Golden
p. : 11 and
as I't'nelopenn, and Miss Etta was piloted :from Daytona
Titusville the
orange growers on A cordial invitation extended to all. I Wilson, Valdosta, Ga; II P Savage, F E
Merris, as Anna. Mr. Chas. Nick 'Ito I Eau Gallie by Coast Pilot Murray
14th of the present month. I sincerely I Geo W Brown E J A Drennen
Rev. Millidge Walker will have morn- made a teal good landlord, while Jr. ; ; ,1 j Lourcey, of New Smyrna. The Roxana
hope that the growers will attend the Harry LeaVelie made a very fair Dobb... Dummitt Grove; F E Lindsay, Jacksonville '
ing prayer and sermon in bL Marks I : expected to be at Palm Beach during the
and that it result in some- From here the went to Fort
meeting! may company ; Harry Bailey, San Mateo Geo W
i than discussion of the church Cocoa, on Sunday morning at 11 Pierce on their way to Nassau. i ; ; races, but Mr. Anderson was having such
thing more a present | McGelt and wife Toronto Canada Miss
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o'clock. fine time the St. Johns
i I j a on that he
rotten system of distributing and selling !- FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CAS11. DeWitt, U S A; II G Barlow! and wife, failed to reach Lake Worth in time. The
s our fruit. Let us all !get. toirether. For Rent For the Season Grand
Rapids MichJo Jffks Brook-
About 88 of + ,
acres good high land on, | Roxana, i it \\ilIlJe lemtriubered, spent a
-Very truly! W. II. SHAKPE.Sharpes The handsome cottage adjoining St. the ea"t or ocean side of the Indian river lyn, N Y; Erastus E Haff, Brooklyn; Al11 : winter the i

Fla., Feb. 4th, 1907. Marks church Cocoa Has 3 bedrooms, at the Narrow, described as follows: Lot |i anson B Haff, Amityville, X Y. season on east coast inland F
livingroom, diningroom, kitchen and No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section i I { waters several seasons ago, when her

For Sale and Bent bathroom with all modern conveniences,, 36, in township 31 south, range 39 tatt. THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL owner and a party of guests were aboard
furnished throughout., For further This land is unimproved but lo- i(
particulars finely ;, of her and spent several days at .
For sale: One canopy top surrey, one apply to A. 0. LmiAM, cated. For further particulars!address I i j Provides hot and cold baths and insidetoilets

three acre young orange jrrove, part bear- Peoples' Grocery, Cocoa, Fla. E. M. Lvw, floor __ __ ___ _____ i
on two airy bed
L ir.S fruit, river front. Will rent or sell rooms ov-
Brockton Mass. For Sale
: two five-room cottages partly furnished I erlooking the river, sample rooms, cozy :
Dress Making Parlors Connecticut built catboat, two suits of
Write or call on Dental NoticeJ.
i & for light housekeeping. consultation rooms, large cool dining
rail, anchor and ten ballast A
I E. B. ARNOLD, Malabar, Fla. Mrs. C A. Krulder has opened dress W. Newman, D. D. S., of the firm rooms!, free library with the lE'aJingdailyand bargain. Apply at TUE STAB office.bags.

making parlors in THE STAR building, of Macy & Newman, of West Palm weekly papers on file free telephonefor
I GUN REPAIR SHOP ground floor. Trimming bata a specialty.Call I I Beach, will be in Titusville for a few guests, free use of typewriting mach- jl Draying

Send your guns for repairs to Henry days fully prepared to attend to any den- ine. Electriclights throughout the en- Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly -
Benecke. All work thoroughly done at Titusville Livery at rear of tal work. He has his office in the brick tire building inside and out. Open dav t attended to. Meets all trains. Stove

Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto Robbina' law office, for stylish rigs. building opposite the court housed; where and night, attentive porters attend all l I wood for sale at all times.II. .
new, also guns stocked and shotguns Leave your orders for hauling, both dou- he will pleased to see all who wantfirst trains, only five minutes walk from the f: IIOLTOV

rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville, Fla. ble and single. J.J.Osban, proprietor. class work done. station. Good fishing from hotel dock. *1 Titusville, Fla.

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I LEGAL-CRIMINAL]I Copper General Market Manager Story Stone Untrue.of the Asso. I._SCIENTIFIC''

ciated l'ress sent out a statement on A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST PERFECT \

Wednesday night saying that the stories LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system
Dtfense I In Thaw Ca... previously circulated by that Institution Behring'a Consumption Cure. with Calomel. Arsenic or Quinine. BERBINE is a guaranteed
Special writers and artists of high telling of an appeal to the At last Berlin hears that its famous cure for all disease produced by a TORPID LIVER
-, degree have been enlisted by the dally federal government by the Northeast Professor Behnng has Instituted a and IMPURE' BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA without leaving I

c and weekly press of the country In an ern Metal Dealers' association to prevent course of instruction to certain doctorsin any of the deadly effects of many drug used for thatpurpose. :
to the extraordinary ? One bottle purchased today may save you from
effort to respond
the introduction of his of
the alleged storing of In system Coa-
NewS copper a sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness, I
la the trial at
_ public interest Thaw for the murder large quantities to force up the priceof antitnberculoMS treatment. The dem- ttipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills, and all Liver 1
York of Harry the metal had proved to be wholly onstrations are given at the various Complaints.: Used and recommended by the medical pro- i
of Stanford White an interest grow- untrue and the result of a clever sanitaria In Germany, and doctors who fusion generally.A .
ing out of the great wealth and scheme to use the Associated Press wish ,to employ the new treatment PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT
social station of the defendant and
for the purpose of affecting the market must attend. as no one Is intrusted
due in large part to the widely herald'edbeautyoihla-
In copper stocks. This was clear gristto with the preparation unless they have
the mill of Thomas W. Lawson In qualified under his own supervision.This Dr. A. J. Hannah a leading physician of Umatilla.Fla ,
wife. Evelyn. his advertising campaign to bull the is the secret remedy which was says: "I have been using Herbine in my practice -
Thaw carried S and well with the results. I always :
I : himself well market In Trinity Copper. Lawson bad announced a year or two ago at the pleased
already spotted this story as a fake Paris meeting of the tuberculosis congress t
for Biliousness and Liver Complaints.
the tedious
through -
and which Professor Behring at
employed by the agents of the sys-
of eight days for tem" and bad offered $10000 rewardfor that time said he was not yet ready to Large Bottle, 50c Avoid AU Substitutes
: sparring
evidence on which to convict those Introduce. Great things are expectedof

talesmen jurymen. being 33C responsible for the fraud thus perpetrated ItQuits Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

examined and on the public. j I Geographical Society.At St. Louis U. S. A
.4 several chosen New York Collects Back Taxes. I the recent annual meeting of the P

ones being rejected The traction companies of New York American Geographical society !>t New
1j- before the : city have now paid In over $3.000,000 York Commander Robert E Peary resigned -

: 1 twelve seats of the $ltOOOOOO due to the city for the presidency and was sue .
S .' .* were occupied. arrears of the special franchise tax of ceeded by Archer M. Huntington a son SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Ty Judge Fitzger- 1004. of the late Collis P. Huntington.. It RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITDSVILLE, and tAU GALL1E PHARMACY, EAU GALLIEgjMrthe i

Judge Fitzgerald. aid had decreed Cleveland's $25,000 Job. :, was thought best to have some one at !
r the head of the society who is not to
that on account of the publicity of the The executive committee of life In-
case the Jury must be under constant surance presidents at a meeting In be away on long. Journeys of explora >>
surveillance till the end of the trial tion.
: New York chose ex-President Cleveland -I
;. He also ordered that artists should not as: chairman with a salary of ;. The Latest About Mars. i L :
S be allowed to sketch In court. The $25,000; a year. He will also act as That Mars is inhabited by beings of
:,. Jury is a middle aged body of men in ch:pf counsel for the association. which some sort has long been affirmed by

: various callings, the defense having represents some thirty life insurance the greatest authority on that subject
.. .: sought the young and emotional type companies having a greater volume of i! Professor Percival Lowell of the Flag-
and the state old and intellectual men. assets than any like number of institu- I|i staff (Ariz.) observatory. Extended rARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT. Pi

Thus It became apparent that the defense tions In the world similarly associated. I! study of the system of Martian canals FOR SATISFACTORY :
t settled was emotional In- I; ,
: upon through the great eye of the telescope
sanity under justifying provocation. has now convInced Professor Lowell. USE IN FLORIDA WATERS -- 11

Theater Trust Men Indicted. I according to his -.----.--.------- __r -

7. After taking testimony for a week or I INDUSTRIAL'I new work, "Mars Regal Marine Engines "
more the New York grand jury returned \ and Its Canals" ,. -

an indictment against the members More Land For Gary City. S Macmillan com Stand for tie highest type of -
of the so called theatrical trust- The steel trust has purchased 2,500 r' pany). that it is mechanical kill acd reliability & j S -
namely, the firms of Nixon &, Ziinmer an organized en- They are fcur eyrie, jump -
the 5.500;
acres of land. in addition to '7 spark ignition automobile
_S man. Klaw &. Erlanger. Charles 1'roh s-.l tity. with regularS type 14(
the mechanical
acres already held as the site of valves float fred j-r-- t \
man and Al Hayman In obtaining new industrial city of Gary Ind.. connections over carburetor, enclosed crank case. 4 -
I' evidence against this combination the :a1 the entire surface Fttani forged crack fbaft, and 'i-
where the greatest steel plant in the bronzed
bearings. Have
jury examined Bela!<<'O. Shubert. Jacobs of the planet lie -
world is to be established This makes ftwfrt numbnof1l'mkingpart3
A and other inde.lendects. The the site of the city 8000 acres In Its believes that this consistent with a perfect operating -
4 contract of the syndicate members fact indicates "a njptor and many otherxcloMe
extent and the city and plant when
i( provides that no attraction shall be complete an., expected: to represent an S \ community of In- a : features found only in the Regal
booked In any of their 547 out of GOO I \ terest" the
Investment of $.000.000.. I among THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
j principal theaters in this country 's'- inhabitants and
which insists on playing In an opposition Railroad Employs a Forester. that such a com Made in tine types, H 3 and 5 H. P. single cylinder"; to 13 11.
I 1'
cylinder; 30 II. P. four cylinderWe
Professor LowelL
theater In any city where the The Pennsylvania railroad has engaged inanity Is "neees-
trust operates. This agreement was the services of E. A. Sterling, sarily Intelligent and nonbellicose. also manufacture a line of heavy, slow peed, working engines
frt m 6 11. P single cylinder to 45 U P. four cylinder
I entered in 1S9G for five years and was formerly of the agricultural department Lowell regards war as a survival at-
-1 renewed for five years more. The as forester this being the first fectmg chiefly the boyish and unthinking The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation through
tnt the ctmntiy are a oft
t profits were to be pooled and each instance of such an office In connection element of the nation and says that guarantee satisfaction they are giving.

'I member got 70 per cent of the gross with American railroad. Under nature practices peace whether a nation Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't Experiment
: receipts. while 30 per cent went to the his jrtud:ince the planting:: of trees does or not. The Martian climate
S manager of the house subject to a systematically on railroad lands Is expected I Is one of extremes where considerable Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request

one-third rake-off to the syndicate. to furnish the cross!' tie supply heat follows treat cold "a thinner air Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
Burnham a Sing Sing "Devil." of future years and the appointment blanket actually increasing the amountof

George; Burnham. Jr.. former counsel of SterlIng Is the result' of five yearsof beat that reaches the surface" Cold Water, Michigan

S for the Mutual Ite:;erve Life has entered experiment during which time though decreasing Its retention. It Is!
upon his: two years term of iinprkonment 1500.000 trees have been planted on thus! shown that the maximum heat I Is

at Sing sing.. being the lands owned by the compiny During well within the line required for reproduction ii_- ;',
first of the bi,; life insurance official the next two years fiSl acres nt'lr1- of <={)('('ies. In fact, the con

to begin a prison term. He has been toona. Pa.. tire to be planted with ditlons!' put a premium on life of a high - --
assigned to work as a printer's "devir chestnut and red oak seedlings' Every... order. -

in the office of the star of hope, a paper year the Pennsylvania system require THE SOHMER-CEGILIAN PIANO
published exclusively by the pn<;QJ about 1.500MM tie*,. and the price hall Common Colds are the Cause of Many f>eri -
r' inmates. reached TO cents np'ece! i i ions Dlpeapesj THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO

Great Northern Prosecuted.The Private Flats on*Steamers. j Physicians who hate: gained a national. THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

stock of the Great Northern railroad I The Atlantic Transport line, whose i' reputation: as analysts tlie cause ofan
: ous diseases, claim that if catching cold
declined s arpl"b"'l1 it l. M.a.f stunner ply between New York and I
could be av01441 a long list of dangerous
known in'ahl street that th.- Mu.u 1.0.10:1. nniionnce that its vessels will aliments never'would I he heard of. Everyone I I Ii
sou attorney general. YOUII;. hid bv SUM IK installed with complete private i knoue that pneumonia and con- 1
I gun action to compel the $t. Paul. ap.lrtD1t'nt similar to those in which gumption originate from avoid and cflron-
I t 1 Minneapolis and Manitoba htilroiIcompany th.m"and* of p'nple in all our treat i lie catarrh bronchitis and all throat and
't to show Its: charter .. I! lung trouble aggravated and renderedmore
cause why (' ti.-* n \\" h\e TheM will differ from : are
5, J should not he forfeited The writ the iMv\ailin. h'lmt'r suit in that !, serious bv each fresh attack. Do
t : not risk life or take chances when
was Issued by the state your
J supreme ("O'trtI e: ih will Ime a prunte hill bed :
: have cold Chamberlain's Cough
you a
S directing a return April 2. Tin N P )*Iptrlor.. library luth etc. l- ath. Remedy\ will cure it before these diseases 4P
; really the parent company of the Great flit will Iv thirty feet in length and develop. This reined} contains no opium _
; Northern which nbsortssI It in l9: (>. ___
ha\e a w ittli of nftrcn f 'tt. and the morphine or other. harmful drug and ha
The complaint says that the Great window will look oi.t on dcik The thirty years of reputation back of it,
Northern has been guilty of stock tepirx.riry tcirtntnnr.e will be on rained flIts- cnre under all condition
watering and that It should not lie allowed the front d 1 For sale by all druggists and medicine
'*>r. an: a bell will announcecallers.
: to continue to pay dividends on dealers
Each npirtn-ent will hive an
watered stock nor to create subsidiary I
electric IU': tl'r. ri which light meals --
companies composed of Its own stotk
I '
or the bnl>y > milk ran be prepared
holders after moth,T has uui;.;he-l curling her JUST
I hair I'omp'tte! meaN. however will ONE !4 4i

I COMMERCIAL I be the served rooms to I.t'iiig onl('convertwl r in each flat Into one n dinIng of- WORD that word 15

t ; room. i f
Steel Trust's Record Quarter. Tu..11t's .
I The report of the United States : Alcohol In Gasoline Engines. ;: :
Steel corporation for the last quarter Agricultural department bulletin No. it refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and i.

I S of 1900 shows 41,744.IKJS; earnings. In;'. referring to recent extensive experiments riEAWS HEALTH! !

S : which was more than'any previous as to the economy and practicability Are *ou constipated?
quarter In the history of the corpora- of using:: denatured alcohol Trn:bled with indigestion: ?
I tion. The unfilled orders on hand In gasoline engines, many of whichare SLk headache?

amounting to S.4S9.71S tons, also broke already In use by farmers, says \'irtigo Bil.ou??
;. the record. The total earnings In 1'JOG that the fact has! been established thatIt Insomnia?
t were $l ,Gltl11. which exceeds by Is quite possible to use alcohol In 4rf !'*symptoms and many others A line that meets all demands
the record of tWo any engine designed for the Indicate Inaction of the LIV'ER.
$23,000,000 previous use of both as to quality and price
; Notwithstanding that the net surplus gasoline although the use! may be uneconomical You oodTott'sPiIIs

: of the quarter was 15500000. there unless certain changes are Selling Price from $450 to
,. was no advance In the dividend rate made In the vaporizing device and In '
of 1?* per cent on preferred and 1 per the compression pressure. Whether
'. ''I cent on the common the money going the fuel is gasoline or alcohol. It Is particulars sent on application

to the purchase of new property and found that economy Is largely a matter

equipment, the steel plant at Gary of adjustment and the running cost INDIAN RIVER MUSIC
getting 19,000,000. may be much decreased. : Take No Substitute. HOUSE TITDSYILLE



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New York Bars "Salome." ..

;t-' i The Richard Strauss musical setting .'

?rt :of Oscar Wilde's famous one apt Sick ", .

I drama "Salome." which had Its premier

In the New York Metropolitan If weak worn-ouf

I i /? Opera House last week with Fremstadin ,

the title roe! has been officially bar- nervous, cannot sleep; ,
"' red from further production In that have indigestion, headache -

w house by the de-
; neuralgia or peri-
cision of its owners
'' -: and directors not- odic pains, it is because

; r, : r SSti J-: 4. ; withstanding that your nerves are weak. It

Director Conned of is the lack of nerve force
sacrifice, says the report and official thus enabling the government to retain 6 t the leasing opera

1 EXECUTIVE'' Inspectors in different states have been efficient men who otherwise would '..: company defended that makes the stomach, :g

bribed according to evidence taken !leave at the expiration of their enlistment the performance and heart, lungs, etc., work.

under oath. The commission finds that ;., ;t'.. protested against '
Muddle of Canal Bids.It imperfectly become sick. ;,
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this policy of destroying competition Clash at Gridiron Dinner., the loss, which
was reported semiofficially that "1r* been pursued without much reference Washington "? J i\% might exceed $oO.v .- Dr. Miles' Nervine cures "

William J. Oliver of Knoxville, Teniu to decency or conscience." It is since gossips are all agog trk ':, '' *, 000. J. P. Morgan the sick when it restores
the dinner of the Gridiron club
would receive the contract to con- also ;;t .'0 x,l\: said that rather
charged that the trust has systematically ....
' struct the Panama if within over the story of a serious personal r.. .l: nerve strength and puts
ca-jfl purchased the Influence of .. __r than Have the piece .
r ten days he could clash between President Roosevelt and 1., '
get satisfactory
certain newspapers throughout the repeated he would the power behind the organs -
Foraker, with J. Morgan and
partners In the enterprise. At the Olive Fremstad.
I country. pay expensesout to do their work.
IL IL the
Rogers among distinguishedguests.
same time the canal commission gave
i of his own pocket and so it was
Harriman'i Hold
. notice that direction of the on Slope. This famous club of Washington "Almost three
by presi agreed that the owners of the house year I suffered from
4 dent, Anson II Bangs had been re- I How the Southern Pacific and Santa correspondents for many years has nervousness indigestion and palpitation -
should the loss The defense of of
the heart.
carry I could not eat or
bid Fe Interests, controlled by E. II. Harridan made sport of the public men who t
jected as a participant in the because "Salome" was in brief that after haying sleep with comfort, or walk or talk f
he had not furnished evidenceof bare come to monopolize the were its guests with the understandIng without suffering. Altogether I was
been produced in more than twenty in a bad condition. My doctor did not
rail transportation of the entire state that the proceedings should be held
the required European cities critics had called It seem to do me any goodI had tried .
financial standing of California was brought Into the day- sacredly confidential. Usually the re- so many remedies! that I did not have
-t ; the greatest wore which musical genIus much hope of any of them doing me
of official of the
light record at San Fran- sponses roasted guests are merely -
Mr. Bangs good. Dr. Miles' Nervine
"'t t had produced in. this generation, any was
1 the contractor cisco when Commerce CommissionerLane facetious efforts to conceal embar- suggested' by a friend. I got relief
was that In all operas the libretto Is over- from the first, and after a few days
took the rassment.
l up Investigation of that This time the president
of the Soo shadowed by the music that the only I felt like a new person. It not only
canal locks and section of the country. Attorney Sev- who had been burlesqued as a king relieved my heart and nerves but
11 erance appeared for the government.A. ruling without regard to the constitu- religious personage John the Baptist, has invigorated my whole system. I
his New York
: grateful
q Is treated reverently as a man am very because since I have
firm has had IL Payson, assistant to President tion, took the occasion to rent his pure stopped using it. I have had absolutely
and that the hideous deed of Salome 3
no return, of my old trouble.
,f Ripley of the Santa Fe told of the mind regarding the attempted Interfer-
many government meets with swift retribution in death. MRS. HOWARD FORD
" ; '- .' contracts agreement between his road and the ence of the senate with the dismissal 60 Summit Ave.. Worcester Mass.Dr. .
r {. J for Southern Pacific doing away with all of negro 'troops. lie also Is said to Chicago Fever Wave Spreading. Miles' Nervine I* sold by your
dredging. contract file at lave told the Extraordinary precautions have been druggist, who will guarantee that the
competition a now on banqueters that it was first bottle
The record will benefit. If It fall, he
i New York and be in well for the taken the health authorities will refund
fi' ., I showed that her to produced court. corporations that his reforms by Chicago your money.

i' was in arrears By it each is to have a majority of the, were being put through by the in their efforts to checks the wave Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind

on. several of board every other year. force of conservatism for otherwise of contagious disease-namely, scarlet

? r/ these. Oliver's Railroads In Coal Business. "the mob spirit might be crowned, and fever-which has now passed the startling

w / bid was at the The results of the Interstate com- plutocracy would be shown no mercyor proportions of 15,000 cases In the

William,.. Oliver, percentage of merce commission's Inquiry into rail- consideration." city and suburbs. Health Commissioner The MoftValuable Stlef Yacht and Boat-

di5. while that of the MacArthnr-Gil- road ownership of coal mines, as di- Foraker runs the story replied with Whalen Issued a proclamation askBg Building Boots ever PuUitlud.

evident heat saying that no one had that all balls and public gather- RUDDERHOWTO '
lesple syndicate was 1250. rected by congress last session, have
I Later Mr. Oliver gave notice that he now been reported. It Is shown that fought for the president more loyally Ings be abandoned for a few weeks,

bad; ,entered Into partnership with the New York Central the Pennsylva than: he when the president was right I and a commission of doctors has been BOOKS

r Frederick C. Stevens, president of the nla the Baltimore and Ohio and other jut, "wrong. I have opposed him and I formed by the city council to aid inchecking Over)oCO boats have been built from the lines
in these books-Successfully tailed in
the disease. The death rate printed
Commercial National bank of Newl' carriers own directly or by stock In hall always do so" every dime and upon every ft J-Full detail
; has broken all records since the daysof drawing of all showing what it is and
who other companies large Interests in coal
i. York city, was recently appointed Secretary Shaw's Export Zone. the World's fair. how to nuke it-Text extremely simple.
superintendent, of public works. lands. The commission recommends
The made of the
speech by Secretary
that interstate carriers after a reason- Tea as an Army Beverage.
Canal Contract Held Up. Treasury Shaw before the New Hamp- M toot row nUrant Lurk,ea.j l.kaiU;framri all ta oept
able time be forbidden such ownership Concord Assistant Surgeon General Havanl gwl racing boat lot a tnij t.lora MM lining i..
Notwithstanding the semiofficial announcement shire board of trade at ,
except to supply their own coal con- of the has recommended that tebe .. HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
that the bid of W. J. 015Ter Wednesday, has attracted unusual attention army be bo... for fftrmnu wlnur or iBoctmr toot fa
sumption. and somewhat star- substituted for coffee in the army .......ter H................",.Wftr bo l&;.....__
,( for the Panama canal contract had to a new ...
rig; full : uj ptcMm of completed bomta.
to the the thus the
Referring Pennsylvania, subsistence following practice
been accepted conditionally. President tling plan therein advocated whereby HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
that the of coal of Russians and
report ownership the English. Japanese
Roosevelt Issued a. statement 'contra merchants might import raw material Port iiimmfal ncmr lurfenevbmrr deg..d; s pro
stock by officers and employees "baa armies. Colonel Harard is satisfied m AM**.Aw..d.t..nai M.jrla to hwU{**f
y i ducting previous announcement and for their factories without the paymentof wu wtb.HOW .
created a serious and dangerous condition that tea is superior to coffee becauseit
111! saying that It had not been,finally decided duty. The secretary suggest doing TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
resulting in unfair distributionof Is easier to transport, preserve and Simple and pnettatL hewing bow to coMlnct abaci
that the contract would be away with the bonded factory and boll for_wiU.n>y motor. Several other pie..
and be drunk without
cars. prepare can any
awarded to any of the bidders. 011Ter's putting In its place a bonded zone of HOW TO BUILD KNOCKABOUTA
Evidence of In restraint after effects.
conspiracies disagreeable bra all armmd misuur boat cabin ncaOntf
large area where manufactories couldbe ; good ; :
bid would be considered when it
miler; aniUUa far aha low wat.n,
of trade are found in the Associated
Accidents.An .
In shape but it was built to take advantage of the special -
quite possible that after all the con- Railways of VIrginia and the Carolinas tariff concessions. Into that zone explosion of fire damp In a coal clrrrr little. u-LBg boat,with moderate onrfcaagtaMmall
and In the Tidewater Bituminous wlp.HOW
other mine at St Johann. Prussia on Jan.
trnrtlnn would continue under the I he would allow coal and every
1 direct supervision of the government. _Steam_____ Coal Traffic__n__ association'! .. _In_ both_ element of manufacture except laborto 28 entombed a large number of miners EMT TO to BUILD A FLATTIE OR th SHARPIE*er.nfar boj

of which exist agreements to maintain be Imported free. The condition on probably over 300 of whom at lobes with;crna be built.ercbeaplj,cither loop or ca*n(

.: Oil Trust. Again Pilloried. prices and freight rates. Similar agree- which this zone should exist would be least 100 are known to be dead. Afire HOW TO BUILD. A. MOCCL YACHTA i

11f' In a report submitted to congress the ments were found to exist In the East that of supplying the foreign market delayed the work of rescue and en- it akiff rompfet.....ia drompt tad ff model*of,*how. to bjuld" a model;aJao bmm

1t Interstate commerce commission told ern New York and New England All dangered the lives of all.

ivhat it had found out about the relations Rail Bituminous Coal association and To Repeal Dispensary Law. On the same day a fire damp explosion PRICE $1. EACH

.. between common carriers by rail in the Buffalo bureau of bituminouscoal The South Carolina house of representatives In the mines at Llevln. France, PREPAID .T CXPMMS ANYWHERE
Wednesday \"oted.14 to 48. Bound In cloth-Gold ettermt Sue of
And the oil the statistics. ;- Mgt
Industry, acting on resolution -
four miles from Courriers, where 1,200
by il inches Large, ,.
9 plan
/ in favor of a bill abolishing the state
c3 of congress passed last March. The commission urges that all carriers miners lost their lives last spring occurred -

The report points out the methods by be required to make public their! dispensary which for over eighteen while 800 workmen were under THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
""' of years has controlled the liquor traffic 9 N\HIIIAt' =tact? NEW Yeas U. .. A
.which the Standard Oil company "has system car distribution; that car ground, but most of them were able to
built up and perpetuated Its monopoly riers be prohibited from using private of South Carolina. As a majority of unharmed.In Sad postal for Catalogue of Booksor
the senate known to favor the lacktsinau's Library.
\ and the relations of transportation cars in the coal traffic. was the Stuart mines near Thurmond,
It was regarded as certain to
agents to that monopoly. It does not W. Va.. on Jan. 29 an explosion buried -
hesitate to say that "the ruin of Its become a law. about 100 men seventy of whom I

-competitors has been a distinct part of I POLITICALRoosevelt's I Negro Appointment For Ohio. lest their lives.

the policy" pursued systematically and The announcement that the presidenthad An ammonia explosion In the powerhouse

persistently by that company.It Next Battle.It decided to appoint Ralph Tyler a of the Armour refrigerator plantat 1

states that the handling of petroleum was learned at Washington that negro of Columbus. 0.. as surveyor of Chicago caused a panic of Injured ERRYS

from the well to the consumer Is instead of coming out with a moderate customs for the port of Cincinnati with- men, and in their efforts to escape

largely monopolized by the trust and out the least consultation with either from a pit four were killed.
or reassuring statement as to his attitude -
that its margin of profit Is very large. of the Ohio senators, was generally understood five men were killed and one Injured Seedsprove
of Estimates show a profit on refined oil toward the great industrial corporations -'II to be the administration's defiance In n freight and passenger train t

{. from the Sugar Creek refinery at Kansas of the country l"reiden of the Ohio organization and as collision on the Boston and Maine railroad their worth at harvest

i City from 5 to 8 cents a gallon A Roosevelt was at work upon a still a reply to Toraker's attack upon the near Deerfkld. Mass. time. Afteroverfiftyyearsof

much higher profit is indicated for gasoline more radical plan of railroad rate regulation president in connection with the The plant of the Phelps Publishing success.'hey are pronouncedthe

l: and the evidence does not support which would soon be embodied Brownsville affair. The selection of company at pnngfleld. Mass.. publishing best and surest by careful
in a letter to the Interstate Your ,
) the contention that the enormous commerce Tyler Is understood to have been on Good Housekeeping, the American planters everywhere.
dealer sells them. 1907 S<<4AmaaJ
commission. This touches
'- dividends are legitimate results of suggestion the recommendation of Booker Washington .\grin'lturist antI other farm papers.

economies, for the trust has little advantage the question of overcapitalization and ]I of Tu'kegee, and the Washington wa destroy by fire on Jan. 29 at a D M FERRY free on 1(request.'0.. >eti lt.XI a.
the Independents exceptfor brings the president directly In line that
over correspondents say the Ohio I loss of :$1,000,000

Its pipe line These lines however with the policy advocated last winter I senators are exceedingly wroth over The Baldwin Locomotive works of 50 YEARS .
enable the {standard to absolutely by La Follette The Idea would be to his of their When
disregard pn\ileges. Philadelphia were damaged by fire on EXPERIENCE
control the price of crude petroleum.The base future railroad rates on the actual asked what he was going to do aboutit. Jan ::) to the extent of $1.000.01)0) .

commission finds that the rightsof valuation of railroad properties Senator Fonker said he would leave Three firemen were killed and eight

way owned by railroads has stoodas without regard to their present cap I that to the third senator from Ohio ten injured in trying to check a fire '

a Chinese wall against! all attempt italization. The commerce commissionhad namely Booker Washington Inasmuch which destroyed a ST 00,000 building at ti

to extend competing pipe lines. Several found itself handicapped by the as there are some SO,000 negro Buffalo. i

Instances were given to show discrimination lack of any standard by which to judge voters In Ohio it is deemed unlikely .V $:J 0. kWi factory at Dover. N_ II., 3

11 favorable to the Standard of a given rate. that either oraker or Dick will op- was burned on Jan 20. and four opera TRADE DESIGNS MARKS

... resulting from the published railway California Senate Protests.A : p'isu the apinjintment tires lost their lives COPYRIGHTS Ac.
the Increase from 10 resolution the Anyone ending a sketch and deMrtMirm may
rates. One was on Japanese school Free Seeds Not Stopped. Deaths. quickly' ascertain oar opinion free whether an
to 17 cents a hundred on the rail rAte question was passed without debateby invention pItably,patentablc. Commnnlo
Unless the senate and the president i The Ilev. Henry M leid. last of the tlonannctlyconBdentiaL Handbook on Patents
from Kansas oil wells the moment the the California senate protesting interpose to th* contrary members of famous Field brothers who was for tent Oldest taken agency through for Mann oecuring& Co. receive enta.

Standard had connected Its refinery at against the unwarranted interferenceof congress: will exercise another year the i fort}.four years editor of tame Evangelist : epedal notice without charge,In the

Sugar Creek with the pipe line. the federal government with the privilege of seniing to their constituents died it his StockbruUe (Ma**.* Scientific American.

Referring to the system of ruiningcompetitors control of the state's schools and askIng free garden and farm =eed., the home Jan 20 aged hty-our

the commission says that the governor to do "all things necessary house haun?; allowed the appropriation Moritz :Meinschueuler. the famous enlatlonofary.eientlacinuroal.A fcandsotncly Bhutrated weekly J.anrl'lt Terms,13 rtr a

the trust has organized a perfect sys- to save the rights of the state. to stand. The bill as reported au Hebrew scholar, died at Berlin Jan. 2S. y.arfnarmontbeL dbyolineweiraler..

t tern of espionage over the shipment'of Anti-Tipping Bill Passed. thorlzed the purchase and distribution Samuel T. C. Dodd solicitor for the MUNN & CO.3GIBroadW3J' New York
that they know the Branch Offlo. C5: F FU Washington P.C.
competitors so The Missouri house of representatives of rare or new seeds for experimental t Standard Oil company, died at Pine

destination of every car of oil leaving has passed the autitippm bill- purpses only but on motion of Can- i hurst, N. C.. Jan.m. He first came
Independent refinery, and the standard : 8S to 39 dler of the the KILouciiAND
an -making it a misdemeanor Mississippi free distribu- tinder notice of the Standard company

agent at the destination is held responsible 1 punishable by a fine of $;i to $:&)() to tion of common seeds was substitutedby through: his activity In fighting it

if the Independent oil Is sold. give a tip to any waiter porter or other a vote of 13G to Sl. In behalf of Independent consumers CURE THE LUNGS t

The rrport says that at the present servant.To but in ISbl he became solicitor for the

time every considerable i railroad In the< Reorganize Artillery Corps.On A Mitch in Time company and held the osltion until his WITH Dr. King'sNew
Uuited :Mates N buying of the Galena; I deith m
motion of Chairman Hull of the will save nine. So will a bottle of Bal-
a Standard subsidiary
Oil company and signal oil house committee on military affairs the lard's Horehound Syrup always kept on
of its lubricating Well Worth I Discovery
most Try
hand of sickm-s A nit
: house suspended the rules and passed save many a spell
oils of the samegrade
notwithstanding that W. II. Brown the
the bill to reorganize and increase the sure cure for coughs! cold! bronchitis popular pension attorney -
can be bought In the open market and whooping! cough. Mrs. S-, Hot of iMtsburg, Vt., says "Xex: Price
t1 artillery It Increases the
for one-half the Galena price. I I corps. corps Springs, Ark., writes: "I keep a bottle to a pension, the heat thing to pet; is Dr. FOR CONSUMPTION 50c &$l.00
Is stated also that the Standard regu- i by 6,043 men, separates the field and of Ballard's Horehound ::Syrup in my King's New Life PIlls" lie; writes: Free Trial.

pays employees of the Independent coast artillery into distinct sections and medicine chest, and hank my fore- "they keep my family in splendid health
Guaranteed for all THROAT and
for information as to the business 1\ increases the salaries of the men. most- thought many times. It has prevented Quick cure for headache, constipationand LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY

11 Its selling agents are instructed ly noncommissioned officers who have many severe spells of sickness." biliousness. 25c. Guaranteed at Red BACK. ,

of the secure customers at any attained, swill. in the.handling _of guns, Sold by Red Crocs Pharmacy.iiii2.. Cross Pharmaev.




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THE 'FLORIDA STAREnteredatthepoeWfdceatmnavillead I PROCEEDINGS OF THE Fish Fry at South Lake A CAROLINA LEGISLATOR.

t Through the kindness of )fro J. S.

; COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Snowden the people of LaGrange and vicinity .
matter. -S
aeeond elass mail *
were invited to attend a fish fry Oon. \Vm. C. Hunter Uses 1'4

JUlia B. Wager, "! PublUhw. The board of county commissioner at South Lake. So on Friday, Feb. 1st, t2P'51 :
Pe-ru-na As Family
with full board about 9 the a
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HORNING met Monday Feb. 4tb, a. m teams gathered together
present. at; LaGrange and started to South Lake. Medicine.

t- -.... The honorable board of county commissioners :Minutes of the last' meeting were read We arrived there about 10, after a fine FII

_ "+ have brought up the subject and approved.The drive over the South Lake hills, found WHEN. man of undoubted repnta-

I t of bonding to build a good road the length tax collector's report of licenses our friend Snowden ready to go after the I j I I .out squarely in public Sciir

l of Brevard county. THE STAR invites collected during the month of January fish. He returned about noon with fully print,giving unqualified endorsement to

t a discussion of this subject pro _and con amounting to $68 for the state and 171.50 three barrels of fine trout and bream. ;'I a household remedy there must be come
to account for it.
with the object of disclosing the best way for the county was received. Then many willing hands started to scale, I I thing Hon.genuine W. G. Hunter,of North Carolina -

t of improving onr present road system Tax collector's report of poll taxes collected clean and fry fish, in a short time havinga well-known In Washington and

; which is of paramount interest this for the year 1906, during the monthof bountiful supply-sufficient to satisfy throughout;the Southern States, says of

county.; _____ January, amounting to $23 00 was sixty hungry persons. Among the other I Peruna that he regards it as the greatest
received. good things to eat was Ant Em's big family medicine ever discovered.He 41
Senator William Morgan is delightedwith Reports of'Justices of the Peace J. M. chicken pie and the proverbiable of does not hesitate to say that

the manner in which the motorboat Sanders, W. C. Peterson and C. T. Mc- palmetto cabbage. Among the strangers i'ernna invigorates and gives fresh
tournaments in Florida are developing. strength to mind and body.
Bride were received. from abroad were )Ir. Larry Wahn, of
He has the happy faculty of always keeping Such testimonials aa this ought to
Notary bond of 0. A. Stewart was ap Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, of
betides and wins a make Peittna .
cheery whatever popular.No
Staten Island N. Y. Mr.
proved. ; and-Mre. and
of the "boys! who are willing advertising known to the arts of
r loyal liking take their oath that,whatever"Mo Clerk's reports of tax redemptions and Miss Wynn, from Camden, N. J.; Mrr. man, no commercial management could fU"L
to purchases during the month of Dec 1906, and Mrs. Hindle, from Fall River, Mass. ever raise Peruna to such a high stand-
toring Morgan" does or says is all right and Jan. 1007, was received.All About 4 p. m. all hands voted thanksto lord of appreciation as the frank and unqualified t'31P1
Wand it should beAt _
just as persons placing obstructions, garbage )Ir. and Mrs. Snowden for the fine statements of such men.Pernna .

a large and representative meetIng and refuse in the public roads of time they had had, and promised soon! to Is an : : vf

of shippers and growers, held In Brerard county are warned to discontinuesuch I have the same thing over again. PE-RU-NA ideal household

r the Florida practice or they will be prosecuted TOM J ORX!OY. A Reliable Remedy wards $
Jacksonville Wednesday,
I off colds and relieves -
.i according to law.Treasurer's For Colds.
Fruit and Vegetable Shippers' Protective catarrh Inall
: Association was organized. The report checked up and paid I Forest Fire at Deep CreekA its form and phases. f

jA membership takes In practically all warrants destroyed. I forest fire raged two days in the By ridding the system of catarrh, it

the counties in the State, the object Bonds for carrying repeating rifles were turpentine tract on Deep Creek beforea cleanses the body of those conditions
approved and issued to T. Bevil I which invite chronic diseases. HON. WM. C. HUNTER.
being to secure equitable rates on permits posse of wen subdued it. About
:< R. M. Packard R. F. Hatch. Cold Affected Head,Throat and Lungs.Mr.JiatthewO'Hare,113 .
; Florida products and supplies.The : 50,000 boxes are said to have been Cough Colds Catarrh
Letter from Mrs. Rosalie Stiller William St.
received -! burned which implies a serious loss ,
chief of police of St. Peters- and same is referred to the commissioner i tc the proprietors. The grade road to Fall River, Mass, writes: Relieved By Pe-ru-na.
burg has placed under arrest in that of the fourth district. "About four years ago I consulted
I DeLand burned Saturday night and physician to get relief from a cold Hon. Wm. G. Banter, ex-member
city two men named Robert Lee and J. K. Gore !superintendent of county
Sunday. The plntstraw on that road which had stopped np my head and also North Carolina Legislature, write
Bert Abrams, on the charge of repre- home reported that he had sold produce Building Washington .
has from the Census Office
been nearly all destroyed by fire.A settled on my lungs, resulting in Catarrh .- ,
senting themselves to be agents oft for the county home during the month of and also throat; difficulties. D.C., concerning Peruna:

the Ladies' Home Journal when they January to the amount of f 27.17. Baby "He gave me some medicine, but four

had no such authority. They had On motion the following resolution was should I* sunshine in the house and will months faithful use of the same did me "The discovered greatest, family in medicine opinion,

t- 52S2 on their persons. A telegram adopt "l' Resolved that, in the opinionof l.e-if lotigireit White's Cream Verrr.ifnge no good. I then tried other doctors, but ever which comes from experience my ..

from the office of the Ladles Home the board of county commissioners, the Iiest worm medicine offered to It was just the same. well as observation Peruoa. The
: the proper time has arrived, when it suffering humamtv. This fixture is becoming "So I decided to try Teruna and after I most common affliction to human
: ; Journal in Philadelphia says a large the permanent>J1& fixture of all
would he advisable to bond the using; two bottles my lungs; began; to I kind Is a bad cold. Peruaa drive
I reward is o1l'red"Cor the capture of countyfor households \ mother with children heal, I did not cough; nearly so much it out of doors, wards off catarrh
.I'j j these men. the purpose of building a good main can't get along wit bout a bottle of \\ lute's and slept better. I' Invigorates and gives fresh strengthto

road from tie north to the south end of Cream Red[ Crow Vermifuge in the hou!'e. bold by "In six months the cough, catarrh mind and body. t give Peruna

An exchange remarks that Florida legislators -! the county and to use the money derived Pharmacy. and throat difficulties were all cured."I my unqualified endorsement."
are only human and says that from the tax levy for building good con was pleased with the result and I
O. W. Clendenin
Labor Question More Serious Mr. Taylor, W. Va.f
t as most of the members of the next legislature nertion roads with the main road, and Getting wish to write yOU of it. Seven- -- battle writes:

: are new men it will be impossible we ugliest to the citizens of the county to From Ocala i tar. ot Pcruaa cured me," "I think that Pernna the greatest

t for them to get right down to work atl' circulate and sign petitions to our senator Said a large employer of labor to a A.L. Hewitt,J. P.,West Berlin, Vt., tonic that was ever put. on the market.

the first of the session, and intimates that and representative in the legislature, asking Star reporter, the labor question is get writes: "I am happy to be able to write For several years my eyes bothered m.

\ sometime will be required in getting acquainted that an art be passed! at the coming! ting more seriousevery day. Black laboris you this letter in relation to what your so much. The pain was so severe some-

II with their colleagues, and the session, authorizing the calling of an election about all we can get and they are becoming Peruna has done for my family. times I would think they would surely
"When I brought the first.bottle home, burst out of head.
.i nature of their work. 80 far as getting of the voters of the county to decide so unreliable and shiftless that it my
I[ found my wife and daughter both "/ tried Peruna and Manalln and aIDtodaya
acquainted with their associates is concerned the question of bonding the county for is menacing our very existence. When sick-my wife with indigestion and
my well man. sure I should
t t this will take but little time and that purI'O!;(>. Also a petition to transfer you employ a hand, his first demand is daughter with a severe cold. They have died had it not been aju for Dr. llart-

I j every man sent to Tallahas should the surplus fund now or that may accruein for ration*, and his outlay to fill his stoni were both cured."I man's wonderful medicine, Pernna."

know 'something of the nature of the the fine and forfeiture fund, and ach for a week ia anywhere from $3 to $4 am willing to state that Pemna, Such testimony M the above has

I work before he gets there. Half of the the game warden fund to the road lie will workaday or 10. take hid surplus taken in the beginning will cure the given Pernna a high standard in the estimation -

L I senate are holdovers, and there are quite and bridge fund. In said bill it is suggested of rations, sell them for a son; andlight worst cold in 24 to % hours." I of the public.

a number of the members of the lower that a board of trustee, be selected out. After loafing until his. ::! money Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1907

I house who have served in previous se s' by the people at the elettion, to is gone and hunger drives him to work, ---------- -
ion If the I legislature of 1907 means handle and disburse the proceeds arising he goes to another party and repeats the
*iWIVfflN'I hrVIWNrV.W .Vri rWiNi rrt
l business it can get to work immediately from said bonds issued on the same pnn- same course' and so it goes on, to the loss :J'

after the appointment of the standing cip'e of the disposal of the special school not only of the food supplied, but to the

committees. Let the investigating committees tax levies. We respectfully invite the demoralization of the business of those

get to work at first and by the judgment and (criticism! of the public on employing such labor This employer
t The
time they are ready to report, the bills this important matter. said unless some law is enacted to melt IapesFertilizersFifty

introduced at the.opening of the session! Vouchers were examined and approvedand the oC'asion. we will have to give up our

will be far enough advanced on the calendar warrants ordered drawn for the same business The question now is what

to be taken up and acted: on. Too on the several funds for amounts aggregating !shall l he the remedv? Let our legislatorsall :

much time has been lost heretofore 'IN as follows: Jet busy and meet the emergency

1 short day cessions during the first month G'neralfl1nL___h __ __$ 713 26 I when they go to TallahasseeLeafneRe years' experience throngh three gen

i of the session DM. No I--------- 3340: erations of the :Mapes family.

2_________ 21 20 Cannot Be Cured
i local mach We are a household word all over fair Florida. 3;
cannot the
Getting ImmigrantsWe 'a' they
3--------- 17.fi1>
( diaca&ed eurt iou of the car there is only one Our thirtieth year in the state. :;
observe that a prominent man ha Game warden fund hnh _n V./)) way to cure df'afnf'8.and that is by con-.titn "'
devised a plan to get a large number oft Fine and forfeiture fundlO1.S'2: tional remedies. IHafnos is raud by an inflamed Our goods combine safety, reliability and
\ condition of the mucous lining of theeu for the
immigrants into the south from the north >tathian tube tThen this tube gctsinflamed' ;; profit grower.
and northwest A better thing for tin Weather Report you have a nimblmjf;sound imperfect hearing No dangerous compounds.Ask .
and when it entirely closed deafness! is
: section and for the people who would SUMMARY" : FOR JAM'ARV' BY KFV J \h. II. the rcMiItand unlev>the inflammation can betaken our agents for pamphlets and find the
I come here could not possibly in suggest. WHITE. t.S WEATHER OBSFKVFKHighest out and this tube restored to its normal ; :::
condition, hearing: will be dotroved forever ;: reason why you onght to buy our goods.
ed. The to he i ithe
.J means employed temperature on the20th_ -_.---_ Vo nine ciMsontof ten are caused by catarrh
'I .I publication in a standard magazine of descriptions Lo\v>t ttniperatureon tkr29thuu 51.O which is nothing bat an inflamed condition of
r I of the south with elaborateand Mean h'nJI't' for the month_--_--_ t.5 he mucous suriaws.e Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro. TitusvilleJ.
; .tyerd;e mean for 2ti yera__.._....... t>l <> i \\ will give One Hundred Dollars for any ,
) fortified statement of how mach Hijrt t mran for 26 year in:: I*>5'2ti98! CUM of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton Rockledge
f better and easier home life and farm life ; ....\\(...t IUP.UI form years in 10653" tlainfall In- cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
1 A. T. Patillo Osteen F.
l in inrhrs---------------- 035 circulars,free Bergmann Merritt
t are in this section than in the regions Average for 30 years---------__ iffueatet F. J. CHEN & CO.,Tolt'do.O E. R. Provost Lotus :;
which are to be the scene of distribution for 30 years in 1575----------10...) .?"?"Sold by druggists: 5c. ,
I IA.a>t for 3it years in 1595------------- 030 Hall Family Pills are the best.
of the literature

t} The plan may be a seal on-, but it Sumta Prevailing'r of wind bar days direction_------*<_.__E._______-- 27 Weekly Weather Keport. J. J.'jIM.,IIN1 I.wY'I''jI. }', I..y1m,} ..,W},IMWJff

would l tie if XuruWr of fair 1 more satisfactory it was ae' ;r IIf i.ton+ly daysNand _.__.._--______.. 2 e.0BFtSTMF.STOFAtIRICULTUREWEATM. _
I compini<.Hl by an unfailing recipe for *'r of 01:1with rain-------------- 3 ERBCRFirJLPITLR : : {.1r.l"r.-. .
1 r --rf'-
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I making the farmers of the west and north Vuiul e-nftl:.T-, with th.iti'irr ____ _____ {> IL\, Jan. :u. iwi ... \.. ....r>. .,.....'..,... -, -\ -\ '' ''
l Island home Merntts Island Ma
west read the magazine and believe what Comparative statement of temperatures 1tl 1- -=FOR [

j they read. There is a steady but small Lame Rack and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.

t stream of immigration flowing; this way This ailment io usually cau'-eil bv. rlitumittm 1907 100C Engraved
from the north and every r'On1.0! "f tie mn!-c'0! :and may l loe. cuitilI'j DATE MIX_ nx. MVMIN_ Wedding'
comes and finds himself satisfied I will applying Chamberlain' 1'ain Balm Jan. 30 74 t.1; 72 51

I southern surrounding become a faros two or three time" a day and rubbing the F-,l>. 31.1. 7s 7t> M tv) li 70 53 31 1 1
\ part at let app i:!'i<-ati n. II InvitationsAnnouncements l
i 7t li> Ii'> 47
through winch efforts may I.. made to this d,,ts nut .>ff..rd relief, !bind on a piece .. 3 M ti2 b't 52TuUl
enlarge the current It iq doubtfu! tlf fbnrwl !lightly. dimpeneditli 1 Pain .5 -t. 7s 63 1)1 tjl)
whether any amount of labor and n.onev I.tlin, and quick relief is Almost sure to ;}. 'l 6i T5 5t d
would set in motion a large movement in follow. Foral by all druggists .in;I Imcdicitie rainfall for the "'eel.. 01 ''siKjarturc 3
l ikaVis.! rainfall forthe wf'tk. nuiiii* .71
this direction. inches
The results of some small movements -Notice-- -- Dpr.arture rainfall since Jan. lit minus :t VISITING CARDS
337; incbe.
I while perhaps satisfactory as regard II P If\RIMV.Oihnal .1
All concerned take notn-e that I will '
and all kinds l
themselves have not been such as to induce introduce the in Charge
in next legislature a bill to
; much money and energy. Take ar.oh-li the county court of Jre'-ard FASHIONABLE
I { Fitzgerald, Ga., a colony enterpriof tv, Florida. WIDE H. Josh l'l'Un-j tar\uiR: to ItrHllirjecause 1 STATIONERY l3d
\ l\epn'sl'utathe. her stomach wa so \H'akt'nt"fJ f
I a more than usually successful sort, and Address
January 23rd, 1907. I bv useleet- drugging that tbei-ould not
1 its influence on the general subject of immigration rat, Mrs Mary II. Ualters of M ('laIr

I I teems to have been very mod NoticeAll :vt, Columbus: U., was lito rally starving THE H. & W. B. DREW CO. l
to death. She writes ")1, stomach
I erate. It appears to us that it would} ) he : wao
I concerned take notice that I will weak from u!ele>- drugs that I could
\ a good plan for each locality to prepare introduce a hill in the next I legislature to not eat, and mv nerves were f4, wre'ked JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
j i its advertising for itself and distribute it amend chapter 450-of: the laws of Florida that I could l not sleep, and not !lieforewa I 1 I
in the northern parts of the country so a? to exclude all that part of Mosquito given up to die was I induced to try
I through the people now here who have lagoon lying in Brevard county from Electric Bitters with the wonderful result .
migrated from those sections It will the operation of said chapter that impro'pmt'1bf>;r.\n at once,
probably bring adequate results in due WIDE H. JoMf, and a complete ture followed" P e t KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
I time, and it will not include the expending
Representative.January health tonic on earth. 50c. Guaranteed
of amounts of a........ -.... ..wr ............ 11kXL
large .
23rd 100;. Red .. .
money. Cross .
by Pharmacy., i oII'ill."'.-. ,,.,, fJ.i3Jj r \ :"'.>.-, :-oop"If'r, :- \ ..- ;:. -",



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There was a song service at Mr. and

Mrs. Jaa. A. Taylor's Sunday evening:

,,1 'i IN FAIR FLORIDA Messrs. J. I. Lawless and J.'Nelson, of AA

Titusville, visited friends here last week. n
ko What is Being Done Toiirds the De- Mr. J. W. Griffiff made a business tripto NGLANDSAYSC

Oak Hill Monday.Mr. .

tti; : r nlopmant of the Pebllnssula, and Mrs.. G. L Comer and party

:.i:; :""y<:;; :_" :' The St.-Petersburg Chautauqua wil from Eaufala, Ala came Friday and will NO ALUM I .

'>:"': ,...: begin February 27th. spend the winter at this place. & **

.. : :'i Artificial crossties made of cement, Ira Florence Slankered, from St.
are now being manufactured ink Louis Mo., artiyed Tuesday on a visit to %

Tampa. Mre.,Ziy.

The postofflce at Port Tampa was Mr. Jerry Griffis had a log rollingin IN FOOD

burglarized Monday and $100 in cash his new grove last Friday. There was C' 7

taken. quite a large attendance and the day,
C' wIn
the dinner under the '
especially good
The sales of sponges last week at
the Sponge Exchange at Tarpon trees, was certainly enjoyed very much. England and France the Sale #

Springs amounted to 41000. Capt. J. b. Vann took a pleasant of Alum Baking Powder is pro- r
party of people to the beach at the
Judge Minor S. Jones has imposeda house of young refuge Saturday evening in his hibited by law because of the in- t '
life sentence on Henry W. Day, at
trim little launch Elsie. The ride on the I effects that follow its k
Tampa for the murder of Albert B. jurious use. ,
waters by moonlight was delightful. I 'It' S
c; Wrenn. c Those in the party were Misses Harvie ")1 The law in the District of

The Thurman Bank and Trust Company and Neppy Smith, Margaret Russell and f q

; is a new banking concern just Maymie Taylor, :Messrs. Sam Cain Charley Columbia also prohibits Alum r 'b

r: organized in Kissimmee with a capital Tasker, Roy Levan and Jesse Fort. in food.

of, 50000. The bank will be opened Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Griffis gave a danceat

0 March 1st. their home last Friday evening, whichwas You may live whereas as yet you have no protection against Alum

The first carload of Florida celery decidedly one of the best of the win-
The only sure protection against Alum in Powder
s. : to be shipped this season left Sanford ter. Everyone was in a good notion to your Baking is fo

Saturday. The Sanford crop is expected dance and about 12 o'clock the genial .
to reach the enormous total of hostess invited the party out in the din-

six hundred cars. ing room,where refreshments were served.
Pensacola is honored by a visit The party broke up about 2 o'clock, all Say

from the German cruiser Bremen. thanking Mr. and Mrs. Griffis for the
good time they had given them.
Madam Emma Eames will sing in S
Jacksonville on the evening of Wednesday Mr. Geo. Levan visited his mother in

February 24th. Titusville Saturday and Sunday.

The criminal libel case Instituted by BAN VAN : ,
"' ,
ex-Governor Jennings against Alfred Mr. C. I... Stewart has been sufferingwith

St. Clair Abrams and A. K. Taylor a sprain, but has nearly recovered. .

has been continued by Judge SamuelT. School closed Friday after a most successful ROYAL is made from Absolutely pure Cream of Tartar,-a pure Grape

r '1 the. Shaylor illness,of of Mr.Jacksonville Abrams. owing to term. Misses Annie and Nellie product. Aids digestion-adds to the healthfulness of food
Stewart and Master Clem Mathers won

Three masked highwaymen held up prizes as! Lest in spelling, getting moVt

B. T. Walker of 1323 Main street, head marks in their classes. Mrs. : ho-

.p Jacksonville, early Monday evening field expects to leave shortly as she takes .-- -- -----
) in front of his place of residence. Wal- charge of another school early in :March. Another cargo valued at over half a The Dade County Bar Associationis :Putnam Still Shipping Oranges

ker lost his pocketbook containing Mr. Mathers lias returned from his visitto million dollars was cleared for a foreign a new organization, composed of Oranges are still going forwardin

fortunately only ninety-five cents and relatives at Eau Gallie. port Monday afternoon when the I gentlemen of the legal profession just good sized lots from Old Putnam.
a gold watch. Gulf Transit Company filed clearance formed at Miami
The steamer Crescent carries 1,500( to
)1 reo C. L. Stewart, L. Mathers J. E.
One of the African papers at the customhouse for the i 2,000 boxes down and
largest pom- Harrison and Miss Gertrude Stewartwere Notice on every trip
panoes ever brought to this port was visitors at school Friday. British steamer E. O. Saltmarsh, Captain 't: the railroad company here gets a good

.. captured yesterday from the yacht Mrs. Harrison, :Mrs. Schofield and Miss Rogers, which will go to Liver- tfitusville Fla., Jan. 16th, 1907.I i f I I many boxes every day. It will'be two
will be the
at following places for the
pool. The cargo consists of 9,500
.. Tammie Traddles the fish weighing 'I months yet before the San Mateo crop
Nellie and Master Percy are visiting rela- purpose of assessing the taxes for 1007.I I w
tives and friends at LaGrange, leaving square bales of cotton, 1,100 round would take it as a great favor if all would is cleaned up.-San Mateo Item. '
fishermen Monday.Mrs. bales of cotton, and miscellaneous I meet me at the designated places at the II
record.-Miaml shipments, having a total valuation of time named promptly, as it will enable The Breath of Life
Metropolis. Schofield, mother and children
-t I me to complete my work earlier and more
. 541008. The Saltmarsh is
(, '. t The peach trees are aIr out in full were guests of M rg. Casper of Tropic, over now running correctly. It's a significant; fact that the strongest
on the Serra Line, between Liverpool W. II. HALL, Tax Assessor. I animal of its size, the gorilla, also has the
bloom Sunday.
I' and present a pretty sight
' and Pensacola, and this is one largest lungs. Powerful lungs means
'e t with their beautiful pink spring dress. )Melbourne Saturday, Feb. Oth, atBrown's I powerful creatures. How to keep the
of the most valuable to
betaken hotel.Melbourne .
breathing right should be man'schiefest \
.; The very early varieties have formed organs
by her from this port-Pensa- Beach, Monday, Feb. llth i. study. Like thousands of others,
the fruit now as 9
large as an : .
cola Journal. \Iynlecottatre. Mrs:: Ora A. Stephens, of Port Williams,
: This bloom went through the December For Thirty Years Time Tested by the Eau Gallie, Tuesday, Feb. 12th, at Mc 0., has learned how to do this. She a

1t : ; cold without injury.-DeLand Rec Fruit Growers and TruckersJ. Treasurer's StatementFeb. Millan's hotel. writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King's 1
Tropic. Thursday morning, Feb. 14th,
"' New Discovery cured me of what my
: ord.Mr. P. Tysen, of Jacksonville, has been 1st, 1907. at postoffice. friends thought consumption. O., it's
Bass from Lake Banyan, Thursday afternoon, Feb. for "'
grand throat and
came sown l lung troubles.
Balance cash
band Jan.
the agent for theIal't.g Fertilizers for on 1. 1907.$ 8.533.70Amount
1 .. t. Okeechobee on the steamer Success received in J.n. 1907____ 3,7W43 14tb at pobtorlice. Tnaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy.Price .
thirty continuous years in the state of Urantley, Friday morning, Feb. 15th, oOc. and $1.00. Trial bottle! free.
3' on Sunday, bringing 12.noO pounds of Florida. Has sold millions of dollars ToUl--_________$ :3, at poetolhce.
,. fish for shipment West. The water worth of their goods and filled thousands. jess warrants paid in Jan., 1907, and Lotus, Friday afternoon, Feb. 15th, at C.A.STOn.rA.:
< \ is so low in the upper Kissimmee of orders. Xo has asked warrants delivered to county com- postoflice. Ito Kind YOB Haw AUars Bongtt
one ever to re- niisaiontra aDd board of public instruction Georgians, Saturday, Feb. 10th: at 'Saira ua ,
: '' River that the steamers cannot get turn the goods, or for any allowance on _____________________.f 2,501.10Ba1ance C. D. Provost's store. 8ign&ture YlfQf

4 through to Kfssimmee now.-Fort My account of any defect, thort'a?te, or cash on hand Feb. 1, 1901_ $ 9,815.03 Merritts, Tuesday. morning, Feb. 19th, .
ers Press. ever complained that the goods damaged postoffice.Indianola
The above amount is held aa follows: Tuesday afternoon, Feb.
.....'. The jury in the Day murder case his crops, or were not just what they ; Deposited: in Indian River State 1 19th, at postoffire.Courtenay EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.
4 4? at Tampa returned a verdict at midnight were represented.A bank,as per cashier's certificate attached Wednesday, Feb. 20th, at
',' Wednesday convicting the pris- few years ago when a call was made to monthly statement and po!"tofficeKcxklrdjre. .
F. DUREN Agent
'!i!.h in safe-------e 9,815.03Halanres Thursday morning, Feb.
_.... I -. the state chemist for statements by !
r-. oner. Henry \ Day, who fatally by :21t-t, at Lock hart's fctore.
j"I stabbed and cut Southern Express the various dealers of the materials used follows: belonging to each fund are as Cocoa, Friday Feb. !nd. at town hall ]I a

Agent Albert B. Wrenn, at the Atlantic in the manufacture of their goods, so that City Point Saturday, Feh. iSJrd, at Florida and ai
< f County revenue,general fund.._____$ W3.JJ6 postoffice.Artetia.
.....:;.Y"' Coast Line depot last October, of he might: determine their true values .". road and bridge ______ J 16 Tuesday, Mach oth, at posU i
"'1' '
-:'f murder in 'he second degree.It the Mapes company and Forrester were building >. ** ___n_ 1221 oflice. _: Western
the only who complied with his fine and forfeiture ..uu fiSW&ispl t _
ones __________ Canaveral, Wednesday, March 6th, at
is reported that the E. W. Bond r'd fd.Dist 1 ,1 S3u :
.. .. .. ..
and he published the results of I\ftoffice.
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request 2 ______ 1-J730 1
Company will establish another enterprise his analysis in the Monthly Bulletin, .. .. .. .. .. 3___________ Ys191 Xathan.Thurslay morning March 7th, Meats
___________ .
;;. in connection with their mam- 4 3:lbH at jvoytoffife.llaukner. i
quoting the Mapes and Forresters as game wanlcnfundfund____ _______ I,6.isiiUiproperty Friday morning, :March 8th, I '"
Helen viz.,
sawmill at Lake
moth *' of all Kinds.
-'.v "value certain" and all the others as of dect'a-ed per-on, at T. Crook'e.
plant to distill turpentine from the "value uncertain." A terrible rumpus fund<< _______ ____________. :i."<<' :\IimlIonday: morning, March 11th, j i i'
school fund
(general) 14 W
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t; waste products of the mill and state ensued among the other dealers and f rom 14 specialtaa schooldist.t63.33 at po torlice.
:OJ. factory. Siwp'ust, slabs, edgings and that rumpus may l>e dated a great im- Special School Fund "l,'"Mate aid. l.:>4,00 LaGrange shop. Tuesday, March 12th, Cooper I],TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

r. log ends will supply aast amount of in the character of the fertilizers I
1. provement 'rotal--__ ? 9.*t:>. material for the new plant, and these sold in Florida j jI ROBBINS I

are entirely orofitless, save the dust Thirty years of straight, honorable I
used as fuel in the mill.-DeLand dea.irg; in straight goods has made Mapo QRAHAM.
News. a household word all over the Plate o> 61

The unusually large catch of fish on Consumers have said they could always o CO., bincorpoated

the East Const since Christmas had sleep peacefully all night when Mape o ( P-id npCagita'x.000.60.,
had charge of their crops without any neglect your cough.:0.
the result of glutting the market, inconsequence This conipan owns landsin
of which wholesale dEalers worry about the results, but Then they 1t IIp !i the Indian Hirer Country -
experimented with others they always the St Lnc'eKiver:
here, two weeks ago, called in a Statistics show that in New York on ,
had great doubt lictlitr they had not City to at N-vr Utter and on Bis"ayne -
.. This reduced -
large part of their crews. i
the shipment and aided in relieving done something very foolish; others have g alone over 200 people die every week from :f. Day.
said sometimes made wit
the glut. This week's; ship- money PRICES TO TIT THE TIMES.
Tuesda- other brands but they always it o consumption.
ments from this port up to c i Send for laud Il t.
amounted to six carloads, Int with Mapes. ra- {. I
induces .
Great Competition great concessions OFFICES
t bulk, and SC barrels, aggregating 161-- by manufacturers both in Prices And most of these consumptives might tY
200 pound-l'unta and terms but the Manes are one Price lJ'I
The exports from Pensacola for the goods. Reputation counts in this \\i\\- ( be living now if they had not neglected the (

month of January amounted toIi ness because it is very easy to make the warning cough. t ENNIS & FORT
$2,520,301. The countries to which goods correspond with prices they are i I t
1 I
shipments were made, and the valuations sold at and no analysis will determine -

were :1& follows Austria. $57- their value The :Mapesnods are mann- I!g You know how quickly Scott's :iBlacksmitliiDg and Repair Work

26C; Belgium $12.&(;';'; France. J30L-:: factored at Newark, S. J., for months -e"""'" "-i! _

507; Germany, $316,709: Italy $169- before they are shipped to Florida, in or- o Emulsion enables you to throw off a f,

955; Netherlands, $109,576: Portugal, der that the materials may become assim- TITUSVILLE, FLA.
S United Kingdom. $753,230:: ; ilated and ready for immediate absorption t2 cough or cold.
I Wagons made and Horse
: the plant. There are no ferti-
Brazil, $53,088; by
Argentine, specialty. Work from any part of Indian
Uruguay $?:3S39: ; French Africa 26. : lizers or materials at the disposal of the t ALL DRUGGISTS; SOc AND $1.00. River nr anywhere in the county will receive
". vessels to handle agent to manipulate the goods after their I tOOOOOOOOOOOO 'our careful attention. We stand tbe freightone
S ) : S43.: It took thirty-six way and guarantee to give you satisfaction
.[!. this large amount of business. arrival. 06666600 Send ns your work.
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:J: '; ,,6, THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1907 -.' f

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rotary at $1,1.000, per year and the

place is TOurs: As you leave this of- I FOREIGNGovernor I
FOOLS 00 LANDLADY fice for home I will accompany you as An Abundance of Fruit I

.. tuas the Twenty-eighth National Swettenham Resigns highest quality finely colored !land flavored is the direct result of supply- j

bank and there open an account for Following the reported formal with- ing a complete fertilizer containing from 7 to 12 per cent ofPOTASH
,. of you to the amount of half your firstyear's J
How Major Crofoot Got Out \ drawal of the offensive letter to Rear
salary. Tomorrow we will see

Paying Back Board Bill about your horses and diamonds. I Admiral Davis by Governor Swetten- i ito

shall want you to drive to and from ham of Jamaica and an expression: of

diamonds regret for having written It the governor .
the office and the larger you f

CREDITOR WAS DETERMINED. get the better I shall be pleased. Do tendered his resignation, which the tree vine or bush. x .

t you write a sloping or back hand'l"Won' was promptly accepted by the,British "Plant Food"' is a hook well worth a place in the library of any fruit ,

government mail it all applicants.
I grower. We will gladly to
Stand For Blarney.
\ ...
.' But the Grand Promoter and General "That's nothing to do with the case," France Won't Tax Pianos. GERMAN KALI WORKS

Organizer Was Equal to the Occasion she retorted. "You owe me a bill, andI ,The French senate refused: to assentto New Yorlc-03 NUSIII Street. er Atlanta G .-t224 Candter Building

and Cam Out on the Ground want It and all your blarney will go the chamber's proposed tariff on

Floor. > for nothing. I shan't take any check pianos it being held that democracy

but Taint cash." should not strike at art and that people
4, [Copyrlght.19O6. by M. M. Cunningham.of! "Mrs. Russell do you know the valueof of modest means found it their
Major Crofoot. grand promoter
only means of understanding great
the waste in this country every
sat In his office
grand enterprises
musical compositions. The chamber
? asked the major consulting -
Just enough fire In the stove to keep the year
He had counted the a battered city directory for t. then receded. Both agreed on a 2 per i
ironwork warm.
of minutes. cent tax on foreign securities.
; money in his pockets and knew that he .
financial "I know that such rascals as you Dissolution of Cortes.
Had his
bad exactly 80 cents. .
df standing been figured it would have beat "me' out of at least $200 every I Following dissensions among the Liberals -

.read: year. and Radicals over the proposed -=::. : : = ;-
"The money value of the waste is a separation of church and state Senor -
""Assets exactly SO cents. : .
= /
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"Liabilities about 4000. hundred million dollars every year. Maura the Conservative leader form- .

""Expectations. unlimited. The Economic company will save as ed a cabinet friendly to the Clericals.

4* "Nerve same as usual. much of that waste as possible. It The king then dissolved the cortes and '

scarce. will gather up castoff clothing, boots ordered a new election. Railway :
Florida East Coast
tad shoes foods played out umbrellas,
Major Crofoot was waiting to promote Japanese Minister's Warning.
when bottles, tin cans and so forth. In one

I somebody or something year we shall gather up waste to the Viscount: Ilayarhi. foreign ministerof Local Tune Card No. .,. la Effect January, 1531. .
In before the houseof
Japan a speech
amount of $10.000.000. two-thirds of t
which will be clear profit Afler the representatives Tokyo "
the test case raised by the United If 0.99S2UPM::04o. a o. 8&' O. 83 Yo.78o.7414O.2No-55 i
first year wp shall pay 50 per cent dividends IDailylDr117
States determine the Dally Daily Dally Daily) STATIONS Daily Daily|
right along. I shall not only pay government to B B B A 1.i3 I I :

$15,000: as secretary but I legal status of California as to the ex-: 4 34 9 tow 8 00AM Lv_Jacksonville_Ar 73UPH 7 40PN640PN 1 44'AM 8 SCAM '..
a you per year elusion of Japanese children from the 4 2'IPW 9 nAM____I South Jacksonvllle--Lv '7 25'e:: ._ 7 3".ut-... _.
let you in on the ground floor for a ate 6 40PM 10 4001 9 10AM M Augustine beef 8 30sw 7 30AM
large block of stock Among my mail schools. He said. "In the event of an .!. 6 1** 11 18**_,, "---'-:' Hastings........ = : 35'e.4 6 42A.? I
unfavorable decision the anti-Japanese 1019's C are 11 35A* 9 Boast LvEai l'alathLv s am 5. _6_2!>A* 6JBAII!
tnis morning was a letter from King movement in California will be consid- 1045PM 7 OOPM' 12-DON) 10 ITAM''Vr_ Pala\li-; ... Lv 45.>>'11I 4 6 OOA&6 Dow
Edward of England in which he says 9 Sow 4 5.VM 11 10AMI 9 25AM'Lv.I __ Palatka-Ai_ 70UPN i 5iisn_ 6 OA1' ,_

he will save a$ least a million dollars' ered to represent the opinion of the __ 55PM 12 55PM__:::)|Ar. _..._ Mateo.Lv 1 Gist ._ ........___.
whole United States which would require 8 cow) 1 cane 7 WAN! 7 &:-XM LT_Fan Mateo ._.Ar 7&>PWTa ._ 'l'AM: 745AH
i worth of old shoes for
us every year.It diplomatic adjustment" == 7 34PM 13 t ...._ Lv_ UDDelb_ .._._.LY .'-..... 4 ?'AM-: :___
I is the biggest richest thing in the __ 7 42PM] 13 SOP( *__ "".... Ouponc._ .. 1"__. 4 2IAM.?_..
world. All the gold mines of Coloradoput German-Turkish Quarrel. 822PM---i iiilOaa"Ormondlotets j _..-" _. \ 4 ......\ _
1 1e 1140's B 32PM1 12 &7PM 11 20AM __Ormon... .........- 3 4 5iJ 4 ifH iT 49A111 iTo5! <
together cant equal it Can you The German government which heretofore 11 5iw 8 46PMI 1 OKPIk 11 3UAM920PM _Daytona-. 3 ?.erf 407FK 3 3fislt! 454A1

dictate to a stenographer has been regarded as the closest __.._ 8s8'M 11" "_._Port Orange___" 317P_ 1! 3 21AM ._ .
00 12 3Jq : 138PH(1T43TPM iw Ar_Jew Smyrua__l.v 2 See 3330.'AH 4 25sa
"I'd like to know what all this talkis friend of Turkey is now at odds with -
II eo 10lIsa 474p5Ar:=:=Lake; Helen. ..LV 12 4.**._..J 6ifls.=_
: about r* angrily replied the cred the sultan because of his refusal to 10
t itor. "I tell you. sir it won't do. You punish Fehml Pasha chief of the secret 10 45sa 4 40FHT4HPH -.. Orange Clry June_ .E..n_::.....JSlOlfl::: =?.
1231AM 9. 12 OiPN Lv_ Smrna- 2 4lpil/| :ar25P rFa'iM 415 i
w (
f played the sneak and skulked on me, police and a favorite who caused ... .. .? 9 67PM 2 15'M1. _.1" _.....O.k 11u11- 2 18PM .._ ..J 2 25>AC. .
': and now jou've got to pay that bill the seizure: of a ship's cargo destinedfor _I_was to 3aa%...2 55FK 12 ass I.\r_Titusville .Lv 1 4.VMJ 2 ST'PM 1 4 AM| 3 17M

' Will do it DOW:" Hamburg. Although the cargo was IO 50AM 19 SCAM 5-50PM o 1'A5 \r...." ... _-.nford ....,Lv 11 jf'ftt ...''''''I 6 .i.vm ?_. _/
you _." ..... 6 3.:PIIl13.AII-.. .......jLT... vnfnrd: _AT :J'OPH r sees, 10_s'ec SUsii
"My dear old landlady it pains me released, the Germans were not sattai 10 3K>*i 2 5)PM nii t.i. Iv..__Tltnsrilte_Ar 145pe 2&a- r|-3 17AI1

t to observe this: aggressive: dispositionon fied. ._....... 11 yw 3 31PH_. .. ....._.....__Cocoa_Lv 1 If P*__., 1 00AM __..._
I You sheltered me. You i 205ra 11 2VW'' 3 r w 1&roer" ._ _RockW' _...... 1 Ofiwt; 2 UJPV; 12 Sron, 2 37AM
your part ............ 12 Ofnt. 4 0 ._};au Game 12 STpW_..4 12 Pa!
: trusted me. You had confidence in me 1211XM1 4 ._1Nelbonrne" 1227pd. .... .
4iC z when the rest of the world turned I RELIGIOUS I :::::::: liJ*| 4 tt---.1"::==_> bastiULn .... 1147uq---" :_ H.1" 77P1--
-S.- 1 45A. 5 ....-..-. ,\,_.__ n OOAa10 :3sa_.
tI coldly away. L am a man who can 4 leas 2 00AM, 6 OOFM :5 ns. ...._._r..rt Pierce-- __ 10 5.:MMI12 r 10 30'q 12 :::01J&
rHB DOOR OP1tNED 4si''THB liIiOCBEn&SS kindness but new, 2 %-a* 6 2a'w..t' ._ ._Tlbb&lI ....... .. 9i1H:_
never forget Pop Approve Peace Plan. .. -' ..._. 1019.! ....
WALIZD IN. _._ 2 :iOAW: 6 :*;w__ _Eden. 9i1ri_
f when 1 would requite you"- The proposed offer framed by the .__ 2 3T AM< 6 31w_.. ..._Jen"'n_..._ 19 l.1JJfu.. 947;>11..__
there came a knock on his door. Itwasn't didn't back and ...-._ 2 4GAW 6 41PM _....1.. .....?.._.ulart..__._ 1001'>..._._ 9 3a?_
"Why you come r pay council of French bishops to lease the ._._ 3 HAIl: 1 (see_. .._......Hobe ; KJDol..._...? 9 40UII_.._ 9 lUw_
C the knock of a woman suffering up lite a man?" churches from the government Is said __... 3 33AM 7 Zip _.. .._. ...Wear Jupiter.__ "' 9 23ur.._.... 8 50cei_ _
with the toothache and who wanted to and months when the 5 o J'AII .4 10AM 8 OOPM 5 O'PK' Ar......_\.eat I'alm H<>icli_...?. 85'AII. 10 !J.'i1Jl1 8 lw JO 40'1
"Mouths ago to have been approved by Tope Plus. 6 lira 4 .SAlt 8 %PM 5>> 3>JPW Lv...._._.I'alm Beach........_ 8 3A tr1105.aM:! : 8 at'i 10 2es
Inquire for the dentist upstairs, nor yet tide had turned with me and the millions The stipulation Is made not to worship G :;,AJI 5 00AM 8 KiPM; .' .......-.Wet Palm Beach .....Ar 8 Lars 10 W I 1 40's 100.-ew
) the knock of a creditor who was com I in I started for __ 5 bass! 9 OUPH... ._Boyn\oIl.Lv 1 ,, _..__ 713' __
i4 not were rolling a? associations but as Individual ."._"_ 5 3DAM. 9 10PM. H __Delray 13&11_ 7 ass _. ._
ing In to say that it his bill was your house with a check In my pocket priest, thus allowing for the recogniion ...._._ 6 33AM. 10 OIPH 33.1' ..?_Fort Lauderdale6 50101II_ 6 Ocw__
paid that day he would begin a lawsuitIt the hand ._ 6 42AM! 10 low,. .. .__.._.Dania _._ M 6 42*_ 'o.PII_
I anticipated taking,you by of the hierarchy. In doing this ...._ Ii 54AK 10 21PH H _......JTailandale....._ 6 3oa*.__ 6.w_
was a knock that bothered the major and telling you how glad I was to be they do not propose to surrender their .. ......... 7 IlUt: JO 4IPK. ,.,...... N ...._. ....I.t>mnnCIt1_... Eta, .... a i'J'r--: ._
for a minute, and before he could make able debt Almost at 8OAIII: 730 to pay my your title to the church property, but merely 8 OOAMi L1030AM \ .. L .... ..TAP a''t. '
up his mind exactly what to do the door I met Jones-Jones of the cock consent to try an organization of :::::::. |= .?::: :=.::: Art ..::: ::.ilomwwteed..L: :: : ,'=:::.?::=:$.. ".::::::-1 J 3Upw==

door opened and the knockereo walkedIn eye-and he told me that you had mar- public worship on the lease plan. In I
and bowed coldly and sat down. The Condensed Schedules Between JacksoaTille and St. Augustine
ried a French count and gone to Paris this way, however the church for the

major recognized her at a glance as his to set up a steam laundry. That was first time would be in the attitude of
of hIs old landladies 231No.29No.27Mo.43)* 31'>.30.35No.99N..93>.. IS
I old landlady-one the sole reason'by I retraced my accepting the law of 1 MJ7. Premier ; ,
the to whom he was In- A I B i B i A I !! R B
of ones Dallv
one I" Dally I {ID.Uy
tried in to
I have
steps. your Clemenceau calls this proposal "in- Daily
an .)] Dally Pail Dally \lr MM.2r.Xt'aJ
debted ,In the sum of about $30. Ills Paris address. Are just in on | i f !.j Dally, | Dally .
you solent ultimatum" and will concede Lv JackjonTille.: .. 8 MAM 9 20AM 11 1"M, 1 b>JP 3 1:iPMJ 3 4.VW' 4 SCRi 8 2UPMJ 8 30m 9i5P i -
mind was instantly made up. He gave the steamer?" nothing. Ar 'L An btjn.... 9 OU10! :*UMJ 12 10PM 2 &V .4 IV* 4 .4oPM I 5 3UPN 9 2npMJ 9 :3CPM 10 Vf*
her no chance to refer to his perfidy In
V 3" j30Yo.78ia78B
\o.2No.9W' 10.44.01 >
Her Last Request No.9Z'Se .
walking off aS'a debtor, but said: General Booth's Globe Trot. t I
B I B j Daily A B r-B--r'
"You know better. You know that Dally I Dally A
"I see my dear Mrs. Russell, that to I ask once The veteran bead of the Salvation'li SM.I i Paily h. Sae.f Daffy 3x.Ju. Dally Dally_| Daiiy
you got my little note of yesterday and you are lying me. you Army, General William Booth at the Lv M. Aujputlne. Ii( MUt 7 ;ass 7 *'AJI 3 ZOw{'10 1VAM, 11 ;JJ11 40AM 8 1QP 6 ftjFM 6 40PM
are here on time. I am glad to see such more and for the last time, will you age of eighty, started Tuesday from Jacksonville" / .. 74'AMJ 8 aura 8 .a' AIII: 9 21'".., 11 10u*. 12 ass 12 4JW 7 10PMJ 7 30PM 7 4UPM

promptness on your part It shows me pay that bill?" his headquarters In London on a globe OTE A-Trains composed escl-.i.ely f Pullman or Parlor Cm and extra seat fare will be

that I have made mistake in "Certainly, my dear-certainly. I encircling journey of 30.1*1O miles, going charged.
no appointing NOTE B-Day coacbes operated on these trains on which no extra:seat fare is charged.
you secretary of the Great only wish It was larger. Do you refuse first to the Scandinavian peninsula, Trains do not stop stations at which time la not shown.

American Economic company capital the secretaryship there to address two or three meeting! 1 Daily. except Sunday.

"I do. day for week two. On Feb. 23 17 3.1' 21 20
a a or
$3,000,000. 19 I ) 18 '
horses and Dally ;SUnday SUnct..y 1fAiPOBT BRA tiCH ands)
"And don't
Wants Money Due Her. you" want he Is to return to London and sail for Dally iEx> Sun! Onl1 Only i I b Dally I Only Dally
diamonds? New York prooeedlns thence after -i--I-!
"I got no note from you yesterday. "I don't." 6'Aw I 8)jAM; 2 esrt lQ WAM LT._ Jack:onvtlle._._"tr 7 aCro 12 4/n, 530'1'
two weeks by way of Canada to Japan 6 tense 8 2"ra' 2 (5N 10 bars I.v.'r. Jacky"nrille.....?..M............. 7 2:!ar 12 3"".. 5 2'2PIt
she repliedI haven't heard from you "And you won't come in on the and other oriental countries. 6 4'w, 8 5.1AII 2 -II ea 10 ;oAII'Lv_.........t'ablr'lteach...._._Ara....._.... G OOAII 112! Ogbl 4 ass
since the day you walked out of my : 15 -IoIIII 8 reAl 2 .npa, 10 r.-tAIILv..AU"IIC: lieach_....._Ar ..._. 6 l'aa 11 5WII1 4 4SDa
I ground floor? ----- 7 9.Lira 1'DM_ _11 lo.Ar, _.. ....... St.vprt................Lv ........-.I 630.... 11 4OSa 4 :sow
that's two
house and saw
years ago. "Xo sir nor any other floor. I'll For Over!Sixty! leant.

you on the street half an hour ago and take the money for that bill and then Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup ha I'EMNSUAR AND OCCIDE11AL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MUlL

followed you. You owe me over $30. I'll leave check, but the cold
you-no been used l for over sixty years by million
is and I want itr cash." of mothers for their children while tet-th Close Connection Made at Miami wl'h Steamshps of the P. & 0. S. S. Company.

I Xo note from me! Pear dear me: "It 1 Is hard woman-It is hard In- ing, with perfect success.: It othe9 the Havana KeyVest and Nassau Bahamas.Trains

The messenger must have gone to the deed to bate ones financial honor; child, softens the gum, allays ail pain, .

wrong house. I wrote to ask you to doubted but I must forgive you. A!* cures wind colic, and i is the best remedy Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.Thee .

l I call at this hour and all night!; long IRas will not take a check I will run For diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
of what you littlesuffererimmediatelyr old hvdrugciatsinevery Time Table how the times at which train' may be expected to arrive at and depart
thinking a pleasant surprise 'upstairs and Ret the photographer to rom the *\eraltatton*, but their arrival ordt>artnre at the time-, stated U not guaranteed
31 I had m store for you. It surely part of Hp worlJ. Tacutyfive .tool.thL'ben pang t..Le bold r""poi1.l.for any delay or any consequences arUng therefrom.
r cash It I supine $40 will straightenthe
., bottle B> and ask for
cents a sure --- --- -- -
t must be the hand of Providence that "
liere. matter out? 'Mrs. Wjn low's Soothing S 'ruP." and For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
you "Yes, sir." take no ether, kincl.O.A.S'E'OIFI.T.A.,
I "You may as well leave out the blarney "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
' .I, "If any one calU toll 'em I'll be back --
and fork I have J. D. RAHNER.! Asst. ien'l Pars. A
over ST.
my money. ent. AUGUSTINE: FLA.
in three minutes said the major as be .
got a lawyer who will put you in jail if disappeared through the door. fleanthe You Have Ala"S BlUghtB

II you don't pay." The landlady waited fifteen minutes aatnre ct:;;
Y 4.
J "My dear, dear vwuiau. said the .t--
I and then began tshiver with the coM of
major as he fixed himself anew in his OF SEA ROUTES.Merchants
She waited fifteen more and then began QUEEN 0
chair "tbeiv was a time when I was in to walk about.
Ij financial straits. Such period are some 1
When three-quarters of an hour had l
( times reform to as a person being
passed she looked out In the hall. Chamberlain'sCough
stone! broke or on his uppers. I had the
At the end of an hour she kicked
ambition but not the opportunity.
over two chairs, tore the calendar off
While waiting for opportunity Iwandered & Miners Trans. Go's

into well the wall and knocked dowu the stovepipe -
your kept caravansary.
You t bread the and went downstairs.
ea your on w a-
I 4 ters-that Is. you took me without Some folks might have waited all STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

winter, but Mrs. Russell knew whento Y
and without
price tot
money trusting ..
t my honor to pay you in the future." let go. M. QUAD.Eten t\ -- -

"I never did anything of the kind #

sir!" exclaimed Mrs. Ku. .ell. "I toll : from the Mountains \ SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.

you the front room upstairs and board Eallard's Snow Liniment is praised for ,

would be $Sl'r week and you said it the good it doesA sure cure for rheumatism ; .

was cheap enough. I couldn't get a J Direct Connections for--
and all pains. Wright W. Lov
cent out of you. and after four \iek

i you skipped out You are a bilk and a ins: Grand Junction, Colo., write! : "I Washington New York and Boston.

i deadbeat, sir, but I'll hare my money used tialldrd'a! Snow Liniment, last win. RemedyThe ,

yr know the reawuhy!*' tt'r. for rheumatism and can recommendit
Children's Favorite
I ( "You had confidence in ui my dear aa the best liniment on the market I ..-CUBJtS- Through; tickets on !sale at principal pointccoIllUlodatious *;.

woman when others had not and I thought at the time I was taken down Coughs, Colds, Croup andWhooping .\ and cuisine

; determined that when the time came I with this trouble that it would be a week Cough. unsurpassed.SEND .

I would repay you a hundredfold. That before I could Thin U f for its FOR BOOKLET.
gel about, but on applying;. remedy amoa* cares over
time has arrived. I could draw you a large part of the ovilized world. It can .
L your liniment several times during the alwajs be depended opr>n. It roDtaras no
check for $3.000, but I propose to do : or other harmful drug and may be H. C. VERY, Com'l.\gent, Jacksonville.J. .
better night, I was about in 48 hours and well given a*oonfldently to a baby as to an adult

+i' even have just organized than that the Great As I said.American I- in three days." Sold by Red Cross Phar- Price 25 eta; Large Size, 50 eta. C. WH1TKEY, 2d Y. P. & T. JL, W. P. TURNER, P. T. M.,

Ecououuc cvw1>ilul. want a sec- macy. GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, D.1 .


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-i- *? ; :Low RATE'TQ JAMESTOWN. Florida Harbor Appropriations.
f f BEST FOR THEBOWELS The following is a partial list of
What the Railroad Fares Will Be
the appropriations made lor the First
\ from Jacksonville.'.
. r : -;, Congressional District of Florida in '

,At a ,conference of all: the lines lathe If JOB hT8n- .nrnlar kealtfer mftTemont of the the rivers and harbors bill as finally

'> 'territory south of the Ohio and bowel owU* open rerrd,and rt be you're veil.Ul Fore r will,In..the Keep shape roar of made up by the committee of the : 1CASTflRiA
vtetent physic or pill poison,ta dangerous. The SPar'kman
i; Potomac Rivers, and east of the Mis moothMt,easiest,most perfect war of keeping House of which Representative t
, c the bowels elaar and el an Cato take of Florida, is the senior Democratic ij900
,Bissippi River held In Atlanta on Jan
CANDYCATHARTIC member For improvement of ?.., :For Infants and Children.
: uary 23d and 24th the question or
for Im-
Key West Harbor $100,000;

/ rates for the Jamestown Exposition provement of Sarasota Bay $22,500; m The Kind You Have

::l: y_; to be_held at Norfolk VJL, April 26th for improvement of Manatee River, ,

t ;I, to November 30th was considered $70000; for improvement of Withla- '

I 4' ''. and the following rates announced :. coochee River $250,000; for improve- Always Bought }

'; from Jacksonville which are very attractive ment of Anclote $25,000; for improve- A'egetablePreparationforAssimilating -

t :i : ment of Ocklawaha River from its theroo iatl> utau -

1 ',\. For season tickets $32.75 rounu EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY mouth to Leesburg, $15,000. ing thcStanactos anlEcwels of Bears the
Plesnant Palatable. Potent. Taste Good Do
::, trip tickets to be sold daily from Good. Never 8t( t"n.Weaken or Gripe; 10,ZS"and Surveys are ordered for Hillsboro '
10 etnta per box. Write for free sample and book '
t. April 19th to November 30th, finai Ut oa health. AddreM 423IntRttddiCowwnr Bay Clearwater Harbor Boca Celga.

s= limit December 15th. ... Chicago or New York. Bay Crystal River Estero Bay and -"- Signature
For sixty-day tickets, $27.30 roundtrip IEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN re-survey of Key West Harbor. EromotEsIHgcshon.CkerfuI- .

: tickets to be sold daily from The uncompleted Hillsboro Bay f>jessandRest.Contains neither Of
1t J. K. Johnson for several hmim.Morphjrte nor Mineral.
April 19th to November 30th, good returning burning project is provided for, with what-

4 1" sixty days from date of sale. buildings here on January 12th, made ever may be needed to complete It NOT NARCOTIC.

: For fifteen-day' tickets 22.55: for oiIl assault upon King, Ward striking The total amount secured by :Mr.

- !t. the round trip,,tickets to be sold daily him from,, behind and both grapplingwith Sparkman in the bill for the State of Alit.,tUZiS4Nl7.ZPmlIER
: from November him. He waS downed and oLokI 13.g pas Js JRat. .
April 19th to 30th florida is $1,500,000. .

;t good returning within fifteen days into insensibility, whereupon Ward .us...-
1. from and Owens took his pistol and jail Don't Pat Offuntil drat J.t.d lI in ?
date of sale.
] tomorrow what can do today.
'"ovs. locked the inner jail door, and 4: 4M' !
For coach excursion tickets, $14.03 If you are suffering from a torpid liver or I,..led.
- for the round trip, tickets to be sold made their escape. As soon as Mr. constipation, don't wait until tomorrowto MI t
consciousness he get help la
King regained
25th each UseFor
on April and Tuesday
if on Buy a bottle of Herhine and get that S
thereafter during the Exposition final alarm, and soon parties were liver working right Promptness abnui Aperfect Remedy for Constipa- t

: limit ten days, Irom date of sale. scouring the woods in search of the health saves many sick spells.'Mrs.. I.ia tion.Sour StorMch.Diarrhoea,

i, On the above-named season, sixt> fugitives. They had probably twenty Gresham, Point, T..x.'rites: *|I n tlHerbme .Convulsions.Fcverish- OverThirty
. minutes' this in my family fcr six years, HII, cessandLOSSOFSLEJ
. and to
start up writingno
..c and fifteen-day tickets, which will ba find it does all it claims to do "

good on sleeping cars, stop-overs will trace has been found of Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. Tac Simile Signature of

be, permitted at principal point them since they got about two miles i

i same as on regular summer excursion from the town. :Mr. King has recov- It Was a Rogues' Gallery. YearsCASTO N
The Governess-Did you visit the NEW YORK. I z
, tickets. On coach excursion tickets, ered from the effects of the assault.
Louvre while in Pans,
The strange part of the affair i* thai you were
1 which will not be good on sleeping ma'am?
J. K. Johnson, who is charged as principal -
cars, no stop-o\ers will be granted. Mrs. ewcoyne-I forget Did we. :
-J will also be with Owen and Ward, and alsoa S
Very low reduced rates John? RIAnol

.,/ made for military and for .band in negro prisoner in jail under a )lr. Xewcoyne hy, I don't see how .

uniform attending the exposition charge of murder, did not escape. you can possibly forget that place, EXACT COPYCF'WRAPPSLs
f- Palmer had called special Jane! That's where had
will Judge a you your -
; Usual amount of baggage be CO..NT. err.oea: cny.
"'f tickets term of the Circuit Court to try these pocket pickedPuck.
J checked on these Exposition

;, of all kinds. cases, commencing on February 5th.; A Habit to be EncouragedThe

'r The above rates are considered very It is probable that this order wl" now mother who has acquired the habitof
be rescinded"A keeping on hand a bottle of Chamber-
2 liberal, being; about of the basis of lain's Cough Remedy, saves herself a

:J the best rates that were granted to Big Land Deal. great amount of uneasiness and anxiety.

the St. Louis Exposition at any time Cough", colds and croup to which children -
Another land deal
.. large was con- are susceptible are quickly cured by
during that exposition.' summated this week that will redoundto iGa n<*'. It counteracts any tendency of a
( y the rates, both for season tickets, the good of Fort Pierce and will cold! to result in pneumonia and if given

;. sixty-day excursion tickets and fifteen- as soon 8i the first symptoms of croup appear -
provide a valuable addition to the
it will prevent the atl ' excursion which tickets
: day tickets
- town on the southwest. remedy contains nothing injurious and
is it that the
" ; are good on sleeping cars or parlor This is the purchase by C. T. Me mothers give it to little ones with a feeling l- e.

cars, and also in arranging for the Carty of the ,tract of land owned by of perfect security Bold by all druggists -
tickets which and medicine dealers
excursion are
.. coach the Canning Company, through the --------
only good in coaches, the roads have receiver, Dwight W. Tuttle, and com-
i undertaken to provide facilities sot LudwigPiano
prising 620 acres adjoining the town CASTORIAFor
that everyone in the South will have
: limits on the southwest and consisting
; to visit the James- Infants and Children.
. ; an opportunity
' of all of section 16, excepting the

; town Exposition, which is now rap- forty acres owned by S. S. Halliday in The Kind You Hare Always BoughtBears

idly nearing completion. the northeast corner of the section.

This is a most desirable property, theSignature d Jf ,
f. Fresh Water on the Keys. of
and has been sought by numerous par-

r. (Miami Metropolis.) ties for several years. but on account

One of the greatest obstacles the :of the receiver's decision to hold the Long and Short of It. is those who
- I preferred by are admittedlythe
Florida East Coast Railway has hadto oroperty unless it could be sold in a Junior l'urtueDid you see that

contend with in the building of the body, it has remained ior Mr. McCartv. short man who was inquiring for you? best judges of tone? The answer is
fceuior Partner No. What kind of a
, Key West extension has been in the to purchase it, the consideration beingin

) procuring of sufficient fresh water for the neighborhood of 10000. looking Junior chap l'artner-Ob was he?, he was rather easy. It is because everyone who has

cooking and drinking purposes to sup- The entire tract will at once be sur tall and- t
the knows that in it
played Ludwig
ply the dredges and other craft at eyed into lots of ten twenty and Senior l'artner-But you just said he

1 work along the route of the road. forty acres and will be placed on th was short. is embodied artistic qualitythatit

. No fresh water is available in a market at a cheap price to actual set Junior l'artnerWen.. I guess he was. every

sufficient quantity short of Miami,and At he wanted me to stake him to meets demand of the
, tiers.With a dollar until be could see ;you.-Detroit every expert required -
1 cs a result several barges have teen this sale the last propert>

.:. constantly: busy, ever since the opera' owned by the Florida Canning Company Tribune. for the truest interpretation of

ttons began, carrying: water from here has been sold, and by it has been A Bold Step.To .
music---that it that inde-
to the various camps as far south as brought to an end a company that at overcome the well-grounded and possesses

,'"- Key West. To accomplish this, the one time owned a major portion of all reasonable objections of the more intel scribable delicate charm which is diffi-
i- ligent to the use of secret, medicinal compounds ,
company was forced to the property on which the town of '\
Dr K. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N
' barges and place on them cedar tanks Fort Pierce now stands.A Y.,some time ago,decided to make a bold cult to analyze, but which is designatedby
?" earning many thousands of gallons departure from the usual course pursued

:. of water each. These were kept constantly large catamount, or tiger cat, by the makers of put-up medicines for domestic some musicians, who appreciate thatit
use, andso has published broadcast
carried from measuring 3 feet from tip to tip. standing
; in tow, and crClTTy to the whole world, a full
'.': Miami filled, and sent back immediately 20 inches in height and weighing and compfeie list of all the ingredients can correctly protray every varying i

jt;; for another upply 42 pounds, was caught in a trap at entering the composition of his widely

In this way all of the camps Major Land's place, up the river. last celebrated fcpdic/ncs.f Thus he has taken emotion, as the "sour of the Ludwig.
numerous introns fend patients into
dredges:, ptc., reouirmg fresh water night and shot and killed this morn his full itonfi Knce Thus too he has remo -

were kept supplied. Much of this Ing by Mr. J. B. Mills. The animal >cdyaiymedicines from among secret Sold

..' trouble is now about to be relieved was brought to the city and will be no themtlicmafies tr/m of doubtful of Known merits Composition.KV and made by

"f' as the company has had a large forceof prepared and mounted for Mr Townsend th"s MM ston fr, his chown
; .
.-Miami Metropolis h'tVli formula-. '-f ")-h i rjl. nrj
at work for the past several Indian River
men .
hit ti e is m t .i' to snhliyt them U .
months buiiJmg an immense reservoir The Peninsular Railway Company

t-; at Big Pine Key which will be has rdered 2>0 tons> of rails from of riot Dr.only Tierce gthe Golden< wrapper Medical of Discovery every bottle,the

used as a water supply base in theE the Cambria Steel Company at Pits. liver famous or biliousness medicine for and weak catarrhal stoma< h.diseases pid Music House

future. Sf burg to be used in the constructionof wherever located. have printed upon it. in
plain t-ityiifh, a full and compkte l't of all
The reservoir is 90 feet in length, 40 the road. The rails have alreal' the imiredunts composing it. but a mall
r book has be,'n compiltd fron
feet in width and 15 feet deep with a been shipped and are now en route standard medical works, of ill the n different: merous TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

capacity of more than 1.000,000 gal here. The prospects look exceedingly schools of practice containing very numerous ,
from the
extracts writings of leading:
Ions of water. It will have been completed bright for the construction of the practitioners of medicine. endorsing in the
ttr nyct iK xiJtle ttnn*.ta-h and intrreditnl i.-
within a few days, after which line, and the fact that such a quantity obtained in Dr Tierces nieduues. :, ,",Jl---- =. ....... ...."" ,.,.-,.,..-- .........
One of these little bookswill be mailed fI1'eto
will take a place of rail has been ordered guts
Big Pane Key 01 any one bonding address on postal carder
prominence as the water supply base color to the idea that the parties in by and letter ft"u..Ung to Dr the K. "N same.'. l>ieJ'l"{'From. Buffalo.this N little. Y.. I

of this great engineering project the terested are going to push the projectto bivk I it will be learned that l'r. Tierce:t m.-dicme i
con am no al '.hol. narcotn min ral
water be .1g carried from there to the successful completion It is proposed age-nor<.;her taionuu'orlnurlusnCentsand
that they are mad from natixt. mt>di..i-
various camps and crafts in opera : to operate the road from Bartow sal nuts of gnat value; also that sums of
to Mulberry thence to Plant City the most valuable ingredients contaiiitd in Do You Want to Kaow All About the
tion. Dr Tierces Favorite Trestription fur wtak.nervt .
and on to Tampa-a distance of about >UN over-worked "run-down." nervous

Jail Delivery.A fifty miles. The cost of putting down yean and debilitated afro by the women Indians, sere f<. r Imilar emiloyed.ailments long EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
afftxtUig their juaws. In fact of the
,I one
special dispatch to the the rail and equipping the road complete must valuable medicinal plants entering into
dated Saturday, to )00 mile. the composition of Dr. Tit'rce's Favorite Prescription -
will amount $12,
Union from Mayo, per was known to the Indians as Especially regarding Fruit tjrowing, Trucking and
says: or, in other words $000,000 will be "Squaw-Weed." Our knowledge of the uses General Farming If so, butscribv; for ,be........... a
of not a few of our most valuable native me-
".A serious jail delivery occurred required to complete the project.- dicinal plants was gained from the Indians. FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.r
afternoon As made up by improved and exact prore -
here about 4 o'clock yesterday Bartow Record. ses. the"I avorlte Prescription"is a most

When the! jailer, Deputy Sheriff 7A.l3TORIA. efficient functions remedy, correcting for regulating displacements all the womanly as- PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNUM. .

G. A. King went up to feed the pris- Bean tie prolapsus autevrrsion and retorversion.oveixoming ISSUED OXCE A MONTH SAMPLE COPY FREE.
painful periods, the
oners, O. V. Ward and W. A. Owens, 8gwue tkZ& I I nerves and bnnging about perfect state up of HARRY L. BROWN, Business ManagerSt. Augustine, I la.
health. Sold by all dealers \'. nLChLEditor:
who were in jail, awaiting trial, with fl in csdiclnea." ". -- E. Alum:, Fin.t .

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1 ., ;',-- e THE/ : FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1907YK1X& -

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I f,
UPP-Pnctical Shoemaker. Forty ,Porpoise ,have been making a play JAMESPRTTCHABD President. W.M.BROWN,Vice-PresWent.
rwra experience; all kind of repairing4MB ground 01 the riser in this vicinity for a WINSTON S.BEAJmNG. Cashier.

chad,alee made and to; also ladies'and- men's while andVnomber of pelicans arejto be Why Refer f

r seen-truly this alike old times. I I I Indian River State Bank 'i

k LITEST COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Klein, of anciacati.reg-;'i, .
afar winter visitors Rockledge are withoa i
again. Mrs. Klein is as expert with to COUNTY DEFOSITOE.Y:
NEWS rod and reel husband. We
as jolly Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-up Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, $200,000
are always glad to see these genial people.
4 File Happenings That Help to lake The local competitors in the motor boat Because we ,make medicinesfor I

races at Palm Beach get home the latter them. We tell them all General Banking BusinessLARGEST

_ J Up the Weekly newspaper part of last week, bringing three trophies aboutAyer's Cherry Pectoral,

i with them. Capt. Gingras has begun repairs -
COCOA. to the Katherine, which was in a and they prescribe it for AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER

A number from this vicinity attended collision with the Bruiser. coughs, colds, bronchitis, con- Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.

"hs the funeral of Mr. C. T. McCarty, at Fort Mr. Chas. Vuille had his foot'severely sumption. They trust it. Then Prompt service with, polite conservative treatment banking and every granted favor consistent .
J Hera, Sunday. injured in a motor boat collision at Palm you can afford to trust it. CORRF PONDENTS : -
F= We occasionally notice a K.M. I. cadet Beach. For a while it was feared the Ask doctor.Th .
in town between trains, coming from bones were broken, but, fortunately, it your own Empire Trust Company, 42 Bvtadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
beat kind 01 a testimonial Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida ,
the wink quarters of the institute at of the "
was but a severe wrenching ligaments 301.1 for over D4. y years.

Eaa Gallie. which, however, is %ery painful.Mr. .- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. '

Mr. Chittenden of Chicago who leased L. Pettee and family got away a Ms.l b" of 0

.${ Cbe Bishop cottage for the season! will south, on Wednesday, in their handsome fl' S\USA? 21LU. E. L. BRADY & BRO.

t' not be able to visit Cocoa this season on houseboat. Mr. Pettee's hunting cabin lJ e ref U n eta 1.3.VIGOR. ,

account of business.Dr. launch Ethel arrived last week, rather :
We h*Y. TO scents': "c publish
I : Lincoln, of Pennsylvania, has recently the worse for the journey by rail, having the' ",.m"'a.I of al our loedicines Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products. .
':'-" -----"' --
purchased the Hover property: on several. holes punched in the hull and
; Aver'S pms grea'y aid the Cherry We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mape Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
'} the avenue. This ia a very desirable part of its equipment missing. Pectoral in breaking; u? a cold. in the above lines of goods.and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for prices on ..
Grain and all Groceries,delivered at station E. L.
Secation. ;your BEADY & BBOiTmrsYIlXE,FLA.
Consternation reigned supreme among ,

The song service on Sunday was well the employes of the Hotel Indian River, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo P. Clement and

attended. when a telegram arrived Saturday night Miss Cathe/lne arrived from New York J. NT41 T9

Rev W. F. Allen held services in the ordering the closing of the house. Many last Sunday and are nicely settled at Cle

dfethodist church Sunday night to good and conflicting stories are going the ment House. It is good to have them Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay, i n .J
scot g tion. rounds in regard to the condition of its with ns again. of all Hinds,

Capt. Schoonmaker, our popular postmaster finances. Some of the tradespeople and Mrs. Jane Taylor has gone to Palm I VEGETABLES: A SPECIALTY,
the help seem to think they are "stung,
f. held the office down on Sunday Beach to spend a couple of months with T1tusv1.Ue.
I : orlc1.a.
by gobh!
Aernoon without any of his assistants friends.

and made good time in distributing Notices announcing a musicale to be
j very Mr. H. M. Lee has at fast succeeded; in J. LORILLARD JR. LEOX: S. WILSON
the mail. given by the orchestra of the Hotel In-
getting a mason to build his chimneys,
j ,;;. A little rain would certainly benefit dian River "to raise funds for trans- and hopes soon to be able to move into LORILLARD BOAT CO.
oar roads. porta'ion'were posted on Monday and his new home. :
: on Tuesday evening a big audience gath- Titusv111e
Florida 1
Col. S. F. Travis has had two neat cot-
ered to "help out" and enjoy the music Mr. Homer Swinson is helping with .
t rages built on his lots west of the railroad. Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline EngineersAgents
and dancing. The.tidy sum of $130 was the fruit at the :Mnnson: packing hou&e.
Y I Tenants moved in while the carpenters realized, for which those interested for Termaat& Monahaa motors Moore mow,iJsrtford motors, Auto-Marine motors .
are Mrs. Handy is expecting two of her and District Agents for the
were hanging the doors, which speaks for 'I, Latbrop motor1WAB.INE
The of the affair is,
our town. grateful. success sisters to spend a few weeks with her at : :: RAIL: : "VV V SY .
largely due to Messrs. E. W. Wallace, her winter home in'this
Mr. W. R. Sanders and Mrs. Will San- Paul Shares, Chas. Dwyer and others. place. Careful attention given to

tiers of ludianola, were in town one day Carl Wittfe'd! has returned from Palm LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER
this week. Itching: Piles Beach and reports a very pleasant time.
If you are acquainted with anyone whois Agents for the
xy Mr. W. H. Creason and Rev.
Milledge troubled with this distressing ailment Mr. Vesey Hall has been on the sick
t Walker, of Sharpes, were visitors in town you can do him no greater favor than to list and Miss Eva took his place on the
a, Wednesday. tell him to try Chamberlain's salve. It boat for a day or two this week. Original T & M Reversible
gives instant relief. Price 25 cents
Capt. Al Rogers, of Eau Gallie, who per
F box. Sold by all druggists and medicine
Captain Symmonds wife and daughter -
s bas been quite ill, was a visitor in town dealers. MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
Nibs Lizzie, were calling on friendsin
t -u Monday.
CITY POINT Georgiana Thursday of last week. Thoroughly covered by patents j
)Ir. Harry Pettee's fine launch Ethel --
r Rev. Milledge Walker and Mrs. Walker Mrs. Odell, Mrs. Durham and Harry and ----

was taken off the cars on Saturday: ands arrived from New York on Saturday and I June made the return trip to Eau Gallic =t The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
now afloat on our beautiful river.
with them on Friday, back
are guests of Mr. Cresson. Mr. Walker, coming on
&; Mrs. J. R. Field Mrs. R. S. Grant and who has been a winter visitor on the river the Hall boat Saturday night.;-.- These motors are safe and reliable and

Kettle daughter Corine, of Indianola, were for many years, had intended spendingthe Mrs. Fallen is visiting with :Mr. and can be operated by alcohol or kerosene
Chopping in town on Saturday. Mrs. H. K. .
winter in the vicinity of New York, Hughes."To
f 1 Oranges are being shipped in quantities but the longing to see again the beautiful with as good results as by using gasoline

through Cocoa. Indian river and enjoy the soft and balmy] Cure a Felon"8aJ8 T

Mrs. Capt. I;. A. Hardee, Mr. and Mrs. air of Florida, became irresistible. Mr. Sam Kendall, of PhiHipsburg, Kan.,
"jnst cover it over with I'ucklen's Arnica NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA
,C ft. G. Hardee and daughter,of Sebastian, Walker will be in charge of the servicesof Salve and the salve will do the rest."

Ate the guests of Mr. and Mis. J. M. Sau- St. Marks church, Cocoa, until after Quickest cure for burns, boils, sores,
l. Easter. scalds, wonnd .pil eczema, salt rheum, FULL LINE OF ST.PL1AXD FANCY GROCERIES
chapped sore feet and sore
Arthur Lapham made a trip to The handsome residence of Mr. Chas Only 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. Guar eyes bay as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
Fort Pierce on Sunday on a visit to Mr. Maddoxis| nearly completed and will be anteed. Look over our stock; and get our prices before buying.
apham, who is at that place disposing occupied by Maddox a.ndsister about Corner Main and Hopkins Streets

f of hIS cows. March 1st.Mr. tAU GALLit.14ashington's ;. G- :a:. :HEATH: : cs: CO.,

Miss Willard, of Baltimore, has charge J. D. Hatter has been ill with la birthday, the 22nd msL TITl"MLLE FLORIDA. .

.df the millinery department of Mrs. grippe for some days past, but is now a G. F. Paddison won a cup at the Palm .

I 3t. E:Hill's store. little Utter, much to the joy of his family Beach motor boat races with the Baby VICTOR

1 b Mrs. A. II. Trafford made a business and friends. Bullet. The little boat,has been greatly I T.

I ;Z- trip to Titusville on Wednesday. The Hatter House is well] filled with i mproved of late. 1ft'-'' tb: Talking Machines, Supplies and t

The ladies interested in !the Cocoa library smelts, among whom we notice Dr. Brad- The K. M. I. will play Stetson University 'I :

met at Mrs. Obceola Currier's, Rock- field, of La Grange; Ga who spent a on the 22nd in Eau Galhe. Both of 't Records sold by the

{. ledge, on Monday afternoon to plan fora winter with us years ago and made many these nines are reported to be in fine

= sale of fancy goods to I* held in Rock- friends.Mr. training. i INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE 1

edge on Feb. 20th. All interested are John Banks, wife and infant son
Have heard the K. M. I. '
you quartette tMu' "v '
invited to contribute fancy articles, cake, arrived on Sunday and are visiting Mr ? You will have a chance on Saturday > TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA
home made candies Henry Banks.
evening next at the W. O. W. lial).

1 ev. Milledge Walker held services in The new fence along the front of Mr The musical will be followed by a social

Flee: Episcopal: church last Sunday morning resson's property has very much improved dance. Piof. Adams has charge of the WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT

He will continue the services until the appearance thereof. program.C. .
after Easter.I II. Snodgrass has returned to his -
( Walter Grimes returned to his home in northern home in Youngstown, Ohio.
I worth Carolina evening quite a number turnedout 500 Barrels will be received the next
4 on Wednesday, after a to fight fire, also back fired a goodly Sheriff Brown has recently been in Eau
:short visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. :60 days. Costs a little more than other -
stretch; of land same evening, and also on Gallic looking; up hunting hcen!-es. cement

; Crimes. I Tuesday, so we feel secure with a good Mr. Thos. Knight, of New York, and a but is better.
fire break. The ladies
ROCK LEDGE. out coffee of friends
I party are out on Lake Washington
and sandwiches. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY
Mr. and :Mrs. Law, of Connecticut, are i on a fishing excursion.Mr. CO.,

at Oak Cottage.Mr. I Sunday evening we had our usual
quests song X. S. Johnson has returned from a Dealers in Lumber and BuiMers' Material
service, which was well attended
i at
Grover, a business associate of our : trip to Chicago and is again the guest of
Bamboo Lodge.Mr. Eau Gallie Florida.
townsman: Mr. S. Rambo, is here from Mis A. Trentler. ,

"Dear old Georgie" for a while. Wm. Simpson, of.\n5t IJ, Ga., visited -, ,
Mrs. D. W. and Mr. G. L. Wallaceen Mr. W. H. Munn saw a large snake on ----
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robinson, of Cin- iVJI I\, /{ 1UJ. ({ "U f.\}, ({ I\\.H! U" tH" H "
route to his in the Bennett brid ('r(!) this week, and we !\
Dunedin .
dnnatti, friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry orange grove :. 'III.II'III.r"lcll'llli '1111111'1'1".1'1"11'
Florida. have no bar in town either
t Klein, are enjoying the prettiest spot on !S
Mr. G. W. Hopkins, of Bear Lake, .
Rev. haw Nichols, of
the east coast.Tuesdaj'e Pittsburp/ arrived -
1 I light showers, breaking thelong Wednesday and for some time will is now in Eau Gallie. Mrs. and Miss 2 The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co. '

be the guest of Mrs. D. A. Carter, of Hopkins are expected on the ?hid, and
i drought, were more than welcome
Guildmead. will remain here during the Chautauquaseason.
'i and the whole landscape has a refreshed .
appearance. Indianola was well represented; at the MACHINE
opening dance at the New hotel Mr. Wm. T. Well@of\lelbonrneprt'-; SHOPS
Rockledge I
A big launch load of Indianola citizens.tame
Saturday evening.The ident of the Chautauqua, reports the pro-
over to take and
supper enjoy the
gram for this season; as the beet ever.
-dancing at the New Rockledfr-e hotel en euchre party at the club house on ;
Saturday night. Wednesday was well attended and en- Col.! Fowler is laving marl on the K : Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

joyed. M. I. baseball diamond for the coming ,.
\ The folks euchre club
young was en-
match on the 22nd int.!
OAtained by Miss Mildred Harrison on UtOKGIANA.Mrs. HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

Tuesday afternoon. Miss Harrison de- A. A. Baldwin and Miss Mary Gu in the Stomach ,

lighted her guests with her ability as a Wittfeld were Cocoa visitors on Monday Belching and that sense of fullness so

pianist.i Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Bower and baby often experienced after eating is caused Agricultural Implements
the formation of The
by stomach
Sheriff Joe. Brown, the terror of "7 Helen, of Rockledge, spent Sunday wish fails to perform its functions gas. and the food

r some 11" men, light fingered gentry andvii Mr. B's. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ferments. Chamberlain's Stomach and : SANFORD FLORIDAY..w.w..a.W.WHMY.Y.WHmNJM

doers in general, with Marshal Gilbert Bower.F. Liver Tablets will correct the disorder. ,

took a drive down the river front W. Munson was quite eick with 1 la They aid digestion and strengthen and invigorate -
the stomach and bowels. For i
r lUst week. grippe for several days this week. sale by all druggists; and medicine dealers. \

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