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 15, 1907


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


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

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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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; We have the largest and best line of Bargains la Every Department
PRESENT WEEK shoes in the city For men and boys in INCIDENTS I II MONDAY PERSONALS .
; the Edwin Clapp and Cm&sett makes; FEBECARY 18, 1001. ii'

< ... ?;i for ladies in the Queen Quality make- I In order to make room for our summer .
..y. best that's made; for misses and infants! Stock, which onr experienced buyer is ,
; +( Fulgent Holes Pertaining to Runts in the Irving Drew make. I Personal Paragraphs About People that now selecting in New York, we are offer Something About the People of Titus-

Transpiring About Town I No matter what kind of shoe! yon want I Travel Here and There ing our entire stock at a big sacrifice, and Tube as They Come and Go
iJ: II we have it Send us jour orders. We I we will place on sale the following at
'f Dr. Armstrong's date, Feb. 15th, at Dr."Wilson's pay express or postage on all out of town Sew goods arrive every day at ,Kline's.All specially reduced prices: Get your suit Schloss Bros. make,
., office.' orders WIVSTOX S. BRANMVG, Ladies' Coats Specials in tan and from Winston
-4 Jj, .\ eye, nervous and chronic troubles S. Branning, the clothier.
,il The Clothier, Furnisher, Hatter 'I black. These coats are made of lightweight :
tl' .Fine trunks and soil cases at Winston and Outfitter, Titnsville. Fla quickly overcome by Dr. E. H. Armstrong fine quality broadcloth, beautiful Postmaster Taylor made the run\ to

# S. Branning's.k ; without drugs or operations. See styles 50 inches long, full nit garments, Sanford the first of the week on account

Those Hawes .100 hats now on. exhibition him at Dr. Wilson's office Feb. 15th. raping gracefully from the shoulders, or the illness of Mail Clerk J. A. Collons. t
FIRST TRAIN TO THE KEYS double breasted front, ripple back, handsomely
r at Branning's store are winners. :Mr. and Mr?. S. F. Gray returned trimmed, some lined throughout I Mrs. L. A. Brady left the first part of

You should call and see the beautiful home last week from Canaveral, where with excellent quality gray satin Prices the week for'Miami, where she is spending -

line of low cot Queen Quality shoes just Crosses Jew Fish Creek Bridge Onto they have l been spending teveral month t from$13.49.$2000 to $2500, special all at a few days with her friend, Mrs. j

x' arrived at Winston S. Branning's. I Key Largo with Mr Thos. Knight, (Mr. Gray's scn- Remaining lot of ladies' rt'3dyowur V. M. Brown.

,J hvi Do not-jbrget thlt Dr. Armstrong t.htj j The Miami Metropolis of Saturday says: in,law) and emily hats in this season's best models handsomely Miss Daisy Brady expects to leave

eye specialist, will be in Titusville on his' Information from Jewfish Creek states Major G. P. Healey, a prominent citizen pedal! $1.98.Black trimmed. J'1t'ntly1 00 to $8 00, about the first of March for a short visit

ra" visit Feb loth and of Volusia county and a well known with her sister! Mis. F. M. Wooten, in
d regular professional that Mr. Flagler and his party, who went taffeta silk waists, two models, ;
may be seen at Dr. Wilson's office. down by train from here Thursday morning I state politician, has filed his petition in beautifully trimmed with detachable lace Camden, S. C.

I It is reported here that Mr. W. R with the intention of taking their I bankruptcy. His total liabilities areplact'd I Itopt'Clal cuffs etnrtly$4.79.Broadcloth tailormade, value $7.50. Go to Winston S. Branning'a for fine t

Sandersk'of' Indianola, has sold his fineorangero train across! the bridge at that place onto : at $5,000.17, with assets at $1,620.Mr. in gray, tan, brown, red, clothing, shoes! hats, men's and boys'

v,' home and qtjftr! valuable Key Largo, successfully accomplished : and Mrs. Harry Wilson mooed the navy blue and black, guaranteed to retain fllrnishin The largest and best stock

real estate to Dr. Lovell, Georgia., for( their purpose on that day. first part of the week into their new par high satin finish, chiffon weight; 54 in the city. One price to all.

y 420.000. Arriving on Key Largo which is one chat!*-the Decker cottage, just math of inches wide, special $1.19. Dr. E. H. Armstrong, the eye and
w" r- -- the Indian River hotel. The DeGrauw Black silk and wool chiffon. dotted
for of the several keys to be traversed by nerve specialist, makes a personal professional -
Mr. Chas.Enright left last Saturday eolienne, 42 inches. special $1.59.
a week's vacation, which he ia spending the Florida East Coast railway betweenthe cottage just vacated by them will toe occupied Black superior French voile, 44 inches, visit here Feb. 15th, and may beseen

I in St. Augustine and Jacksonville, expecting mainland and Key West, the train by Rev. Wm. Stones and wife. $1.19. at D. Wilson's office.

t was pulled aa far as the road has been You should hear the lecture Hon. The remaining stock of outings, stripes, We
e to retn-n home this afternoon or by checks and plaids recently: 121 to 15 cents have received a somewhat lengthy

tomorrow. & ,. I completed, which is practically to the W. T. Bundick, of Virginia, at the Methodist special 10 cents, another lot in report of the road meeting held at Melbourne .
' .: .. -.' Mr. A. B. Yelvingfon ia'n charge other end of the island church Monday night, Feb. 18th. I at 121 cents per yard. Thursday of last week, which
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, .' Returning to Jewfish Creek, the party Long silk gloves; in black and white,
;; 'to In speaking of him the Jacksonville reached us yesterday morning. The ii
_,; of the fish packing'department t>f the i iTiru 22 inches long, special $1.49. same
Brocket embarked on the steamer Wanderer, -Union says: "It is said by many I Brass has to be omitted for want of
Eureka Fish Co., Mr. having extension rods, extended CO to 54 space.

:1 f taken a similar position with the South and water continued their tour of inspectionby : that he has not been surpassed by any inches, regular 15; cents, ptCiall0 cents Among the prominent arrivals at the
Ke/West the
being objective lecturer that has ever visited Jackson- each.
r"j em Fish Company. 4 point, with 'stops at all the places where ille." Only 35 and 15: cents. Something new in Windsor ties, new Indian River hotel this week were Ex-

,1 Bishop Gray, of the Southern J risdic. construction work is now in progress and up-to-date in stripes, plaids and solid Governor Melville Bull of Rhode Island;

) tion of Florida, held morning service This was the first train to cross Jew fish The Beggar Prince: Opera company, colors, price 25 cents. Bishop Wm. Crane Gray, of Orlando,
which played at this place last! week, in Received by express the newest in the
1. Sunday in St. Gabriels church. After Creek bridge and the first pa.-"t'ngrrtrain Fla., and Hon. W. Mason, of Colorado.Mr. .
foe themselves way of ladies stock and turnover collars,
dnlged fight
in a amongst
the. service Miss Minnie Nelson was con to touch of the Florida pril'l'S from 20 to 59 cents.
ever keys, at West Palm Beach. The M. Seenan is here in the employ ;
"r .firmed by the bishop. and Mr. it is said property man Also wash belts, pearl buckles, silk
Flagler highly
was put off ,eome of their luggage at West pelts in white and black and Dresden ef'ects of the F. E. C. railway again and has a ,.
I Mr. and Mrs Adhemar Brady are having pleased at the accomplishment. An en- force of fifty men engaged in putting
Palm Beach, when the company had de- Roman stripes and Dresden tinsel :
l ft their cottage on the river side, nearIndian gine and several fiat cars used in construction cidedtocross the lake. Words between something, entirely new, prices from down heavier rails on the Sanford branch

," ,fIlS River hotel, renovated prepare work hare been on Key Largo the Harry LeaVelle and the 39 cents to $1.25 each. from this place as far out as Cow Creek.
y J1' tory to their moving into the same in for sometime; being carried down by property man led to blows, in which toe Mail above orders goods promptly filled on any o f It is estimated that two months' time

l / about a week's time. barges. will be required to do this work.
: other members of the company took part, Jems KLINE,
i Dr. Armstrong, the well known eye Well at CanaveralThe resulting in some bruised faces. Titus*ille/Fla. ,.
.; .and nerve specialist! informs us that he Flowing Telephone No. 8. At Work on Drainage Sewers

J will make a professional visit toTitnsviHe artesian well at Canaveral lighthouse Lecture Monday Night I The F. E. C. railway has a force of
driven for the Indian River Hotel Recent ArrivalsF
-; on Feb. 15th one ray only, and can be recently government lIon. W. T. Bundick, the Virginia; orator men here at work on the drainage: sewers .
i" is a great success. At a depth of Emminger, Rochester X Y A B
Wilson's office. drain all
seen at Dr. will lecture in the Methodist church ; that are to standing water in the
something over 200 feet a fine ft.01 Hair Atmtyville, L I; W C Gleason,
Messrs. R. D. Hoke, of Jensen; and TltnsviMe Monday at 8 o'clock. \ main part Titnsville.
fresh water has l been obtained with ten :; night Brooklyn, Y; J P Bewnis. J T Pickett,
Victor Emerson, of Kobe Sound, stopt He will Rive his most popular lecture, B Brock, E W Wood, S P Kinder, W II The work now being done is in charge
inch head and
off here Wednesday night on their way Sowing as high as twenty "Git, Grit and Gnmfition." Deschamps J C Austin, R hatcher, W U of Mr. T. M. Waldron, who commencedwork
f feet above the ground through a fonr-inch Co Melville Bull Everett M
Telegraph ; the catch basins the first of this
to Daytona with the speedy power boat Admission fee will be 35; cents, children -
t pipe. Bryant, Newport, R. IJ R Caudle and
,owned by T. A. Snider. The run from 15 cents. Half the proceeds will go five men, W U Telegraph Co; W R Har week. ;

Fort Pierce to Titnsville, a distance of Dr. Armstrong, the wellknown nerve to the Methodist church. All should at. ney, Jacksonville; J M Rush, Boston; The sewers lead from the railroad on

-. / about ninety miles by water, was made I and eye specialist, who makes regular tend this lecture and enjoy an evening as E J A Drennen Dnmmitt Grove; Bishop; Pine street eastward to Hopkins street
.. Wm Crane Gray, Orlando. Fla J R Bal.
; north on Hopkins street to Main, thenceto
in seven and a half hour professional visits down the (''08stan be well as help a good; cause. tU. W U Telegraph Co.S GautuT.. Miami

seen at Titusville on Feb. 15th, at Dr. Hon. W. Mason: Miss -Connor, Mr. anti; the river. There will be about half a

FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES Wilson's offii-e. Yacht Club Elects Officers Mrs Jos. Connor, Denver, Col; E ]F dozen catch basins! in this route. The

Parian Paint Owing to the cold and disagreeable Thomas Jacksonville: W W Prindle and regular sewer will be an eight inch pipe
Elastic Book Cases Church Notices wife, W Virginia; Dr E RoiCM Carson placed just over a twelve inch storm sew
Edison Batteries norther last Friday afternoon, there was wife and son, Charlotte, N C; R \'
Titusvilie Post Cards Rev. H. Huntington will hold divine not a quorum of the members present at Sperry, Newark, Ohio; L Moreton Murray er-the latter increasing in size as it approaches -

Books, Stationery service Sunday next in St. Gabriel' the annual meeting of the Indian River [).1Jtona; J.\ .\Il'xandt'rtliinta, : the river.

Perfumery, Etc. church, Titu vile! ; morning prayer and Yacht club, and President Adhemar Wm A .Arnold Houston! Texa; J .\ The company proposes to push the
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 Barnnm, Palatka; J W Cunningham, fast .
sermon at 10.30 evening and er- work to completion as as posible.ShoeaShc.eQShoes
-I ; prayer Brady gave notice to meet at the law of- Birmingham: William Gauwer, Knos I

Endurance Race Declared Off mon at 730. fire rf Mr. G. M. Robbing Wednesday viIUJno M Hunt, Tampa; F C Armtronsr -

Rev :\1. Walker will hold divine er- this week. !: ,Jacksonville; Peter Farrell, Brooklyn .
The endurance race for motor boats N Y Wm II Marshal C Hartmann all the and
; Kline keeps newest most
vice Sunday next in M. Marks church, On Wednesday evening nearly half of
1. from Palm Beach to Daytona has been Ed Dnmble, New York city; Mr and :\lr8W up-to-date styles in shoes for ladies, gentlemen
Cocoa; morning prayer, sermon and holy the membership of the club was present,
,declared off for this year on the requestof I II Brown Mr and Mrs E H Brainanl, and children.
communion at 11 o'clock. i represented either in person or by proxy; Phila; Geo Rarrett.ew YorkO Etonle,
t numerous motor boat men and yachting The famous Krippendorf Regular preachingeerynes will be held however only three proxies were pre- H LOUN; VV B Fadger. DeLand. W T
men. It is the intention now to postpone .nled. Moore, Jacksonville; Robt R Taylor, brand and American Lady for ladies,

the event until next season, then to in Cocoa MVthndi-t church next Sunday, Miami R O Riddle, Tanai-a;JnoT Flour I misses and children's wear, and the celebrated

make the coarse from Miami by all inland Feb. 17th, by the pastor, Rev. W. F. Al The annual election of e> :- resulted j jas "!| noy and wife, Johnston, Pa; JnoM Hunt, Hanar. & Son, W. I.. Douglas and
len. Services will l>e held at 11 a. m follow: Tampa Redmond: B Gamier Miami;1
waters to St. Augustine with pros- R D i Hokt..h.n Victor Emerson, How Walkover makes for men and lovs. The
For commcdi.reJ Lorillard! Jr. rl"- ;
and 7:151' in. Surdav school l at 10 a. '
: pests of a much larger number of contestants m. elec,ted. j :" )un.l: T W Crotiin. Kdw: > Jacobs, !r latent la! >ts and made np in all the most:

:d for the har.dome trophy. Dr. L S, Ra For vice commodore D B.
\\ W Hilkiirll and \\ir.-, Cleveland, Ohio;
hold the first niceting for Melbourne
---- quaiterl Titt ville tla.I .
Gallie Motor Boat Races 1.lh.1 For second vice commodore. W. T.I'' B T Tutt, New York L Strickland, C CCurios. ,
Eau Georgians i charsre lOt'''.
Well. i, Jaik-nntilir. (j F Ensey, Tropic. !
The racing committee announce the Holy l'onlllJl1UiHI at II a in., prcawh;': Fla; Mrs 1: A DeibricUe, Frank Itridfie, Culture Club EntertainedThe
For president, John R. Walker. I I
: following: rules governing the motor boatfal''tl by the elder morning; and evening; 1t": .. Manerva Robey, Clark-hiir W Va; W : Progressive Culture club wax
For treasurer E. I B Wa.:er. I II Sharps, :-:harle Fla R E: Ming, Bonaventnre ':
at Eau Gallie on Feb. 22nd: J. B. Hawk will:! preach at Eau Ga'he at | ; charmingly entertained Tuesday after.
For P. G. Walton. Fla. E P Portlier CWM. Fla I'
secretary, ; bv lrs. P. C. Nelson at her hospitable -
10.30 noon
All entries must be made not later than a. m. ': C A Puttene, J N Gannon, Boston Wm
--- -- AH the above oUicials with the exceptjion j I I ; |' home in South, Titusville. In a contest -
Thursday, Feb. 21st. Letter to A. A. Stewart of Mr. Wells, "haddrt ? is: Melbourne pilvermon an.1'ift", Philadelphia, Pa; i i of original lute poems six hr.ea in
Boats entering the speed boat race must I Geo C Kmtler. Atlanta; (j W Lamar, :length, in twenty minutes time, thejudges
form the hoard of directors for ) Ha. ;
Titn Mlle Fla Quincy,
have a opted of ten miles per hour or declared it impossible to mine to
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current ,
Dear Sir: The cheekiest fraud in all -scar I II a decision, as there were so many equal!
the club.A I ,
is Here's one. So it was arranged to have little
Boats cannot enter fof, more than onerace. paint paste Provides hot and mid baths and Miss draw from tht-
inside : Nelson out
Lawyer Arley 1;. Maaee, Dover, Del, social (committee{> was appointed con Ellen one
Slow boat race will begin at 10 a. painted his buu e four years ago with listing i of B. W. Ives. (i. L. Mandavillej! I|I toilet on two Hx r>, airy bed room ovjerlooking I I whole lot, and that one should take the

ro. Speed boat race will begin at 11 a. m. paste paint at a cot ( $44 for paint and the'rh'er. sample rooms, cozy ,i prize. Miss Grace Reed's: card belt g the
and C. C. Henderson, whoe duties will '
will be handicapped on their actual $61 for labor; total $Atli.; The house got I consultation room, large cool dining : lucky one, the prize, a beautiful valentine -
Boats shabby in two rears; then he painted Devoeat'very be to look after the social affairs and j! rooms, free library with the leadingdatlj; V was awarded her
running time, and owners will handto different Ci),.-fls for paint entertainments to be given by the club, and weekly papers on tile free telephone I Dainty hand painted heart shaped

the committee by Thursday, the 21't, and *30 for labor; total ?4S. [IVte j paint and for the club's eneht. i I for !snits, free use of tj'pew'ntinz; ma hI cards were fuinishrd Uiuii| which to write

the actual time of their boats. Boats ex- $103; [)t"oeIS,] I i me.. Electric lights throughout; the entire the very, and after they were finished
the constitution and
milk Amendment to i i i building inside and out. Open day each fair authoress was requested to read
handicap speed by three It is like fatting hoes on j water.
-mjding their Paste paint i is J; thitestash.Yours bv-laws were acted upon which will be i i and night, attentive porter attend all her ow n aloud, and this of course, causedA
percent will be disqualified.The truly, brought! up for final disposition at the 'tramsonly five minute walk from the :rr,-at deal ",f merriment Mrs. Monroe
five mile course will be laid out atKan F. W. I)EOE & Co I next meetins. j j station. Good fishing from hotel dock. favored the ; with!ome selections

Gallie by the 16th in t., and boats 22 New" York.P. I !l on the piano, afur wInch delicious re-
can run the course for their speed if de *>. Jas. Pritchard & Son sell I our p. int. Mr. Simeon B. Rathbun's name was ; For Sale frtahment were-erved. f
sired. \ i proj>o>ed for membership and he ass received : .
lldl'F. Connecticut built catboat taosait+ of
PADDIVKS, as a member of the club by unanimous : Dental Notice i
Chairman Racing Committee. Dress Making Parlors I sails, anchor and ten ballast bags. .\

Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened dress I vote. ba ':ain. Apply at THE ST\R office. J. Newman, 1). D. i., of the firm ,

For Sale and Bent making parlors in THE STAB building, of Macy &. Newman! of West Palm
GUI KtPAIK SHOP Draying :i, Beach, will be in Titusville for a few t
door. bats .
one ground Trimming a specialty.Call I
One top surrey
For : canopy bearing Send your guns for repairs to Henry Drayingor: hauling of all kinds prompt. days fully prepared to attend to any den.
three acre river young Will grove rent, part or sell at Titusville Livery, at rear of Benetke. All work thoroughly! done ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove tal work. He has his office in the brick

f.. fruit, cottages partly furnished Robbins law office, for stylish rigs. Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto wood for sale at all times. [t[building opposite the court house where
two 6ve-room housekeeping. Write or call on Leave your orders for hauling both double new, also guns stocked and shotguns H. E. HOLTON 'he will be pleaded to fcee all who want

for light E. B. Aiofoui Malabar, Fla. : and "ingie. J. M.Oslian:: proprietor. rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville, Fla. Tituavi'de: Fla. first class work done. '


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1. A Sure Cure Sprains. Wounds, Old !
previously passed the senate was approved of his explorations were saved- He Sores. Corns, Bunion*. 't

I r FOREIGN I by the house-196 to 20-and passed eighty-four days In solitude be- Galls Bruises Contracted Muscles. Lame Back. Stiff Joint,

went to the president for approval. It fore he met a single Tibetan. He says Frosted Feet Burns Scalds etc.

F provides that persons having reachedthe there has been arctic weather for five AN ANTISEPTIC| that stops Irritation, subdues Inflammation

# Elections: For the Douma. age of sixty-two shall, receive $12 months the temperature when he and drives out Pain. $ ,

The results of the primary elections per month: seventy years. $16: seven wrote being 31 degrees'below zero PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues, :
the Musclesnatural
the Blood giving
., for thi new Russian douma hare been ty-five years. $20. with continual gales. lIe adds that promotes a free circulation of .

reported in more than 450 communes The senate amendment to the. defi- the present was the most wonderful elasticity.BEST t I

in twenty provinces and of the 008 ciency bill loaning the Jamestown exposition journey he has made In Asia in twenty- LINIMENT ON EARTH .
elected 031 belong to the $1,000.000 concurred in ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED I
dele: rates was two years. lie has discovered many
Center consisting of Constitutional by the house. The loan Is protected bya new rivers lakes mountain ranges and SCIATIC RHEUMATISM I I
Der-,vats; :OG ta the Right, consist- lien on gross receipts. gold fields.

Ins of active supporters of the government -
Brownsville Hearing Begun. I
and 71 to the Left; containing Cold Storage Hurts Foods. Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., XnOD idle,
Radk-als and Labor Unionists. Premier The senate committee on military affairs Professor H. W. Wiley chief of the Tenn., writes: X have been trying the baths of fl

t Stolypin had Issued a circular designed began its Investigation of the chemistry bureau of the agricultural Hot Springs Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I i
Brownsville riots which resulted In the department. in his testimony before get more relief from Ballard's Snow Linimentthan I
to reassure the members of the
attitude of dismissal of negro troops by order of the house committee Tuesday gave the any medicine or anything I bare ever tried. .
doai as to the friendly ,
Inclosed find order for $1.00. Send me
the president Sergeant Israel Harris results of his latest experiments to postoffice
the r orernment.o formerly of Company D, who has obtained ascertain the effect of cold storage up- large bottle by Southern Express." .

. Socialists; Lose More Seats. : employment as a bank porter in on foodstuffs. He finds that milk and THREE SIZES : 25c, 50c AND $1.00

The reballoticj In various districtsof Boston, swore he did not know who did :ream In cold storage begin to defe- BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE
Germany where the first reichstag the shooting that lie had been arousedby
riorate at once, also eggs, and that
elections had not resulted in a clear the firing at midnight and found meat deteriorates after three months Ballard Snow .

= plumlity, occurred Feb. 5 and discloses all his men present upon the roll calL la the icebox. After that period the LOUIS. U. S. A.

very heavy losses In Socialist i :\ext morning on inspection all of the meats do not taste or smell so well
seats while the Clericals hold their and ammunition
guns were found in
I even though they have been! frozen.
own. It was estimated that the Sodalists proper condition.: On cross examina-
Oysters opened and shipped in buckets
would return to the reichstag; tion he admitted
f having heard of trou-
should not t>e sold at aiL An hour
! .. with about half of their former ble between the soldiers and the citi- after dead SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY fRED
they are opened they are
r, strength, or forty-three seats: in all. "wns. and u-eless as fi M>d. To freeze them ito CROSS PHAFHitY 1ITUSVILLE end EAU GAUuE PHAf{M ,CY EAU GALLIE
Notwithstanding: this trecenJoui loss of
Sergeant Frascr. formerly the
ruin them and they should be shipped -
" in representation, an analysis of the same company who called the roll at only in the shell. Fruits are foundto

popular vote gives the Sseialkts: 3.2.31.Oft .- sunrise after the rioting, said his first improve sometimes for as long as
)( ) ;:s compare with C.010C3!: in 1:)OZ. Impression'! was that soldiers did
negro paiMarme(112flea
i three months but not beyond tUaL
t i what! is larger than the popular vote II I the shooting but that after studyingi'e '

of au." other r-rty in Romany. All of
the parties showed some increase in of Brownsville; disguised as soldiers I i

the popular vote. I I I had shot up their own town in order to r MISCELLANEOUS'Blizzards '

\ The approximate standing of the different obtain the removal of negro troops A. ,
S. parties in the reichstag now will from that place. He believed the unij ,
Folbw: Floods. ARE
be: Conservatives SI; Centrists IDS; j forms of tie disguise: were obtained ESFECIALLY ADAPT_ ., : I: >! f
Just the crest"of the great Mississippi ;
Liberals 56 Progressives 4S Social 1 as ED FOR SATISFACTORY !:11li
+ ; ; .vLen a portion of the Twenty-sixth .c3 ;<

Democrats 43; Poles 20; AntiSemites.2G. !II white Infantry was stationed at Fort :serious tlood had.., break passed in the Memphiswithout leveesa : USE IN FLORIDA WATERS f _::-< a:
: '
Chancellor von Below was pere-" I, Brown. _:: ;
terriikn: .vvstorm. which: : amountedto
: naded by an immense procession of .The court martial of Major CharlesW. :
I blizzard throughout the north andwest
government sympathizers and he I'enro-e of the Twenty-fifth infan- Regal Marine! Engines tTIt y
the country's indusiries.
I fairly paralyzed -
made in which le said that ... .
4 a speech try far nogle I < t of Arty in connectionwitli : <=(
t Yin cold was intense, ranging ,
.the German nation! hid g.vned a splendid I the r.rownsvil'e riots has begun Stand foi the highest type of'yr'P t.
from 10 to 11 degrees below at mechanical akili and It'liatihty j\ lK
'''-cess a"d tint if th"r'p remr11" it San Antoni.j, Tex. : F !
New York tu 22 at St. Pan and to 4S They ar- fur 1..1.l jump It '-" /, .
imbre-.l with the Ger-in spirit! I"
Congress Can't Save Children. in the far northwest in that section yt spark ignition tyf- t iJ' -:-:.-... !
+t th- ;- rcrnment oonld face the future DIt't''a'n'14.' frt tVttl r t"- 1i -
The house judiciary committee reported much suffering was caused by the failure -
earburttor.ndnesdcrank: : _
'wt"feet! confidence. ease tf' : __
f unanimously congress has of coal anl supply trains to get straw forted trark haft. and ::...---. hi. .
PC i -3: Adopting! : S'cia'i m. no juri>dctijn: over woman and child through to isolated points.;; A mantle bronzed Ix-aritip. Have the -... ....., 1

lt :iih I women of title! b the numb lab-.r. It is found that the subject of snow covered the earth from the consistent fe"cst number of working parts
l ..* a perft-ct operating -
{ thirty-five are going In string governed by either the commerce or Atlantic oceau to the Rockies. Snow motor and many other

fo- 'ctalism. The Countess of AIr-: police clause; of the constitution or the and ice troubled cities as far southas exclusive features found only in the Legal

'' deer Lady Henry Somerset. Lady Victoria police power of the state each of whichact Nash, HIe. THEY ARE BUILT
TO j
VillienUbelion. I RUN AND DO IT
as n limitation to the other. .
t '1i Miss' Lyt- Accidents.Another Made lU three
13-pee. 11. 3 and 5 H P. single cylinder; 8 to 15 H.
_= tie t o n. Lady explosion was added to the I*. double cyliEuer; 30 lJ. h four cylinder _
tin Frances I COMMERCIAL'' long list of mine disasters at Thomas, ffrom
iA1 c.* R.ilfour We also manufacture a line of heac std, workinz
+ ;raw-'Ti Itttir n',' hess oftiSutherland. \\'. Va_ twenty men being; killed all 6 H. P single cylinder to 45 11. P.four cylindi; r eneinw

ti t a \ the foreign workmen.Advices The many hundreds: of Regal engines now in operation through
y y tt Countess of War Internal Commerce Record. from Shanghai; say that the out the c natty are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving.
..t 'b wick and hosts: famine in China has reached a serious
The movements of our internal comtuenv -
t of others haveopened during 10"0, as now compiled crisis, and the lied Cross is receiving Get a Regal in the BEginning Don't Experiment
contributions of and grain.
their by the bureau of statistics, make a money Handsome; csplanatcry catalogue mailed Inc on request
homes for the record breaking: total. Interior market Deaths.

I. < ; discussion of all received.,*:,.('':;;s head of cattle. All Elmer Scipio undy.. one of the firm Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

Y !sort'' of questions of the big eastern cities received larger of Thompson Punchy, the successful Cold Water MichiganTHE

_I of the diy, quantities of grain. showmen who revolutionized Coney Island ,

I I" ranging: from the New Ocean Skyscraper.The and established the New York
,"Ij\ t / rights!: of ur.l' llipIN .lmme. died at his home in New
'2 general manasrer of the Hamburg .. .'
fragettes to t! A '
> ,
York on I-Yb. : after in\ attack .t'
L' wrongs of the American line says that UK Ku- pneumonia. The business will be cvntln -
i'f f rvj'ea n. w building lVlfat. will l>e
V =" utlNnpll-\t1. I :...| under the tine name. Ihiudywas
the lurgf) '.c-ssel i'.i the ", .rl.l. lH'in::
._.. Among womenof ifrt: lone : nd eighty feet Ix-nm. It only forty-four years old. SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO
the n-ibilitv! \\ ili.lI11 II. Hack. congressman: from
'- 4 -"" wiil Save iii:;" vforican'l will! corirtpfor !
.who a.l--nt'ttf" an New York died) at hip home In Malone THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO
Coun. ss ofarwick. ont ant ou scial <>. wealthy 11-wiser tniflic with snchnovel on I..h.Hmit"l. 2.

st.e programme the t'ouiiiess ol"Warwick 1 featureas tennis -oirt. swimming Osiris, the wealthy Freiniphilanthropist. THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO
IMM.I. palai garden, gymnasium,
i is foremost. Though .," 's.
J ; pi died at Paris on le!). -I.
I : ed of :':;j.iP. -,.,.,.

i j right; her ladyship has aiV-j'-t--; a so- near .:r>." I..4ro. I ie

- I 1 cial platform which if applied prartially j SCIENTIFIC I
would include the entire swtH'j'- in 0. ulda. TV. tlir If"""uf Man> ..T-I ,- w I .! ea If lt .
lug away of her own vested interests. ionIti..a+rs

I I A few years ago she was one of the Pasteurisation Only Cure. jeiansh..> Irate gained a national:

.s I gayest members of the smart set. T IJritMi royal ommisslm! on tullercutoi. .
a-aialvst-of thecauseof
i> 'f'-ii \ai:
4' France to Lease Churches. has tinaly! announced its ,. "
: -'':IMJSrUiiiit That if catcuinjr ctid
vouchi! that the drinking: of witer51i7.
T With a view to test the sincerity t.f : ,
,rvni J list of lar
:"l niih: i is the chief cauef consamptiun. t'< a o ir ;!trotis
. the desire expressed by the Vatican to :..'t"! heard c.C. l.veI :
tints tl '.c-nitradicting: the t ii v r -
11 find a peaceful basis of settlement, the ,
theory of Pr,>fe>s >r K." h. the greatermn >t ,MOWS that |iii nnionia and ion1 -
minister of
French education M. llrind.
I <; scientist: who held: that ln>vine $14'." orijiiiuite from scold and cllrollrlt. -
was reported to have Instructedthe tnberculis ,. -.' > .r> was not trtuuiiiable to
prefects to accept the contractsfor n r r 'rouljV ;Ire >fl.ra\3tt"t1 and rendered
leasing the churches which had man through milk. a-..r -. m-ii-s by .":n-i fresh attack. IK>>>

f been offered by the parish Ilri,>sts. Sven HsJin Again In Sweden.; ro \ ik \.'Ur life ot take chtll''IlL' Itt'n

This view had prevailed over the uncompromising Circmivfsiiu:. the British govern- onif a co'tl. Clian.lH'rlaijrs\ Conch!
. .. .. ....
attitude of Premier Oe- meut.vlih.'i Lsvt dear denied him n y: mil <- ili it tffo'f t1. .1 -"<
'It" ..!. This imitl\ ,-.ii.t. iiiMi..|>intn
menceau. permit tll enter Tibet! via In,lii. Sven I fiI .
n. ii.i 'I," fir ..t' tor too m infill don! and Las:" ?
Cubans Ready For Protection.The lUniin. theH'Ili..h explorer uiauareil H t ,
> "'a.1 rrl| .tati-'n !l--ick >f i It,
announcement that the t"nitt..I'State trof into the forbidden Lund ., i 1\ tti -nil nnilt-r d-!! rtliti"ii-i

l' provisional ;government of Cuba I i j through; Chini'si" Turkestan by \\..i.vj 1. '' 1,\ al "fI: I'"- "I.'l f'I'WI.l.": I II
loC Ka .h-ar. :. I I I
j : entering at the Whitedesert. !
has decided to increase the rural !i : II I
guards from r.(11II rt ti to.t"") men i iot'j jconstrued I Mr v.-.j;<
( l>y many Cubans as fore-1, ff heard from.: lat I
'' t w, 'I:. \\ 11I
shadowing an American protectorate I
although some believe it may IK a step I \I It.s--t ,. i liili'atMU
<- :He T utt'sPiUs !
toward the withdrawal of the American -
was at '11
troops. American officials.have remained
srou Tao .>n .1 au.
silent on the whole question.It :
.1 .,. 21 and was hoping Stimulate the TORPID LIVER 1
is estimated that the reorganizationof ,
the nards will take from three to to fv able Strengthen the Cigestne organs, A line that meets all demands

six mouths. The examination will be -. to reach Sliigatse. regulate as the anA''TI.BlIOUS bowelsand are unequaled both as to quality and price
Hi miles
;; rigorous to insure a picked force. -
west of MEDICINE, Selling Price from $450 to $850Full +

-____ __ the end of In malarial districts their irtaes

L LEGISLATIVEHouse I Sven lIedlr explored I-'ebruary. goo lie are Idely peculiar recognized properties as in they freeingthe possess particulars sent on application

miles of unknown country. He lost system from that poison. Ele

Passes Important Bills. his whole caravan but not a single gantly sugar coated. INDIAN RIVER

\ The service pension bill which had man. All his maps and other results Take No Substitute. MUSIC HOUSE TITUSVILLEr i




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Hughes'With a Housecleaning desire to attack Impeded.Insurance reforms Seldom ': 'i; .

with a new broom. Governor

BC$ Hughes of New York recently requested -

: Superintendent of Insurance Kelseyto Wear Out

resign. This Kelsey refused to do,

asserting that he had done nothing "

ft wrong and a fight In the senate l r. Miles' AntiPainPills

against the governor was anticipatedIf
; relieve pain-not \
he attempted to get that body to

legislate Kelsey out of office. only once, but as many :
Missouri's Two Cent Fare Bill. times as it is necessary to

In the absence of number of
a representatives take them.
Many persons
from the Missouri house the
from chronic
who suffer
two cent railroad fare bill was passed

,\ contracFrfgKls of"tBe complamanfs be in thus rendering distinguished service 99 to 1. It makes 2 cents the maximum ailments find in them a

;1 \LEGAL-CRIMINAL I Iw I preserved. The general tenor of the to humanity." of less rate than except forty on miles.independent If was lines expected source of great relief from '

opinion is that congress did not Intendto the which

ii-' p fi't" ;..; ..=: Skeletons! In Court. founded annul upon any previously good consideration.EXECUTIVE made contract. I I SOCIOLOGICAL 1 I senate promptly.that this bill would pass the would suffering otherwise be compelled they.

: ill After the opening addresses it became Taxation of Single Men.A to endure. Their I

.l't'. apparent that if the celebrate Not Richer Than Rockefeller. bill has been introduced in the
: < 'trial of Harry Thaw at New York I I The Mississippi Valley Lumberman Delaware legislature proposing a graduated soothing upon "<

:P, fehould not result in the verdict of murder a trade paper published at Minneapolis tax on bachelors, widowers and the nerves strengthen

;_ ;In the first degree it would be due Latest Big Land Fraud. controverts the statement made childless men for school purposes. An- rather than weaken them.

J y mainly to the supreme sacrifice of his Following extensive investigations by Charles P. Norcross in the January other bill proposes a tax on childless For this reason they sel. ;

.: wife and of his mother as witnesses I I. by officers of the interior department I Cosmopolitan that Frederick Weyer- fathers who have joined the race suicide .

for the defense. The case for the the department of justice has charged haeuser by methods Of high financein army. a dom lose their effectiveness.

: state was outlined with marked brev- a large number of New York and New the acquisition of western timberlands Governor Guild Asks Revision. .
. *, ity and directness by .Assistant District Jersey people with making dummy entries had accumulated a greater for- Taking the whole question of tariff "I am 62 years old and have sufferedfor

Attorney Garvan who said it of valuable coal lands to the extent tune than John D. Rockefeller. The revision out of the hands of the Massachusetts rheumatism 42 years and from neuralgia nervous, palpitation troubles

would be shown that Thaw killed of 10,000 acres in the Big Horn Lumberman denies that Weyerhaeuser legislature for the time beIng of the heart, shortness of breath p

.f: White with deliberation and premeditation basin of Wyoming The has been the timber agent of the Governor Guild announced his In- sleeplessness heart. The ,Dr.and lines pain Anti-Pain around Pills the

lie reminded -I ern Coal Mining company, l'\orthwest-I Northern Pacific and Great Northern tention of signing'an official messageto have been a blessing to me. I don't
; the railways and denies that he controlsthe know what I should do without them
'J- Jury sey corporation, capitalized President Roosevelt and congress ; and they are the only remedy I hay

; that the purpose and the Owl Creek company Incorporated Weyerhaeuser Timber company, urging immediate consideration of the ever used that either did not wear

Ji ,: of the criminal in South Dakota both doing which took over a large tract of land tariff revision bill. out them In less or time else than the Injurious I have been results rising -

law was not Business in Wyoming, are the concerns from the railroad It says that w(> i To Finish Alger's Term. were such that I would be obliged to

. .; merely to punish. whose operations have been made the erhaeuser's fortune was magnified fleeral y-I I cease their Ulf'"
Congressman William Alden Smith MRS. S C. ROBINSON.
;- the individual subject of investigations. Behind these times over 27 Carter St., Chattanooga, Tentu
has been elected by the Michigan legislature !
to is said to stand railroad I I I Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
but protect companies a big -
I Seeking Cause Poverty.
I to fill out the unexpired term your druggist, who will guarantee that
society. system that was desirous of obtaining 1 the first package will benefit. If It
.> :i : Heathen Robert W. De Forest president of theNew of tile late Russell A. Alger. Mr.
fails he will return
recited the' circumstances the land alleged to have been your money.
York Charity Organization society Smith already had been elected as Sen- 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold. In bulk.

: ;- and entered and subsequently patented in says that it has been decided to ator Alger's successor at the Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Intl .
called for eyewitnesses violation of law. The Harriman and
;. those eXlira-1 I.
group into a new department tion of his term. March 4.
t to the Gould roads are mentioned as well as branches. of the work seeking Improvement
shooting besides the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy. Futures For Roosevelt. I
: have
? the young son of The Burlington is now building a of social conditions. They During the discussion of the river The Man Valuable Set of acM fiN Boot-
i- become more and more convinced of and harbor bill in the house Champ Building Books ever PishI hiL -
"- < White, who had branch from its main line to that part .
' .r. the importance of constructive or preventive -
r been with his of the Big Horn basin where the lands realized Clark of Missouri spoke of the various RUDDERHOWTO
wo'k and have
: Assistant District At- father that night alleged to have been obtained through positions suggested for ,PresIdent'I

torney Garvan. Lawyer Gleason. fraud are situated. greater emphasis should be placed upon I Roosevelt after his term expires. BOOKS
<: the effort to deal with the underlying
i opening for the defense said they New Santo Domingo Treaty. those that Among these suggestions were that Over joco boats ban tern built from the fines -
" would submit evidence to that causes of poverty, especially Roosevelt should represent Sew York printed in these books-Successfully sailed in
prove It was learned at the state depart- environment that is largely clime and se -Full detail
: create an every upon every
I j'l'haw was Insane at the time of the in the senate, that be should be president draw,me of all parts showing what It Is and
ment Feb. 4 by cable from Santo Do- responsible for the poverty, suffering!
his act being the culmination of Harvard and that he shouldbe bow to make it-Text extremely simple.
!: shooting mingo City that our minister, Thomas vice and crime that exist in New York
'.-if of two years of mental upset, toward perpetual president of The Hague HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
C. and of has
cities The
Dawson a representative and other larg society rtthmt Lark, ,to IwiM,fremn aJI ia giwcvp
court. But what Clark said to him appeared K foot meow n'
: y which he had a hereditary tendency. the Dominican government had signeda decided to devote greater attention to ; good racing Mwt for a l..j,lean the luimm w.
1 3! but which was impelled or provoked the most tempting propositionwas HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
to be substituted for the The
treaty present improving this environment. new
,"i ? by .circumstances concerning his wife one, which has never been confirmed department will be known as for "the I to make Roosevelt general manager timsi-5...'PI'. boat lIa'for'--'tcrno-m_ful mIi.g........or...knock.-t m;.*..alxmt...-_fad
i' and White which would be revealed on of the Panama canal construction.: rig. r&ll,...... pict3co conpletc4 boaia.
by the senate The new treaty improvement of social conditions. He
. the stand also that Thaw thought he I Bryart Shy of Nomination. HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
; Is simpler in form and provides for a disclaims Intention to discuss the- .
any Mo t swrrsgfttl racin; macknie ever deMpiwd; a ?fia*
was acting in self defense and as the continuance of the modus Vivendi under oretical views of social reforms, but Washington dispatches say that the towiawU.HOW mnrr in Anefna. ,An ud*..crsIia, na jr U taild|aai.

; agent of Providence. Counsel would which for a year and a half the will try to solve existing problemsupon Democratic leaders are concerned over TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH

,} not Invoke the higher or unwritten Dominican customs have been collect a constructive and permanentbasis. )Ir. Bryan's plan to enter into a mag. Simple ard pacti.I.showiac .fcow to cou&nIe&.1aIud
law in the slightest. azine discussion with Senator Bev- hnlII.eur.tba.snso.; Several other plana.
l' ed by American agents, chief of whomIs For the leadership of this work
Dr. Wiley of Pittsburg. who was the endge, fearing that he will say something HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT C
George R. Colton. So far the diversion Lawrence Veiller has been engaged. A fine all amnnl rnuna* boil, good cbu, racvQaa!
_ first witness for Thaw, made a failure of 55 per cent of these duties has Roosevelt Child Labor. to make his nomination unde iwler. aoiUMe k>w..a(.....

.I :. of his testimony as to the defendant's placed $2,300,000 to the credit of Santo on sirable. In reply to these protests HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP
letter from President Rooseveltto A ttmt Ii.Ua Muling boat with moderate overhang ssimkU
'i I
i7.1 mental unsoundness District Attorney Domingo in the National City bank of'I Bryan says he has not set his heart on tail p1...

1 Jerome tangling him Into hopeless contradiction New York. At this rate it is estimated the New York Consumers' league the next presidential nomination unless HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

and inconsistency. This takes the ground that, while he would he shall be convinced that be can Easy to ba.ld;ewrthm*straight:jut Iur'&ft fora bar
. that the entire Dominican debt will be .
and author- lo begin w.tmsi.bull rr cheaply citker aloop or cat rig
caused the retirement of Gleason and prefer to have local close friend of
wiped out in ten or twelve years, but be elected. A Bryan HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
I the recognition of Delmas as head if the treaty is ratified there will be a Itie work out reforms to overcomethe says that a third nomination would complete dnmption of bow to build s model,alas liait .
evils of child labor. If those authorities ikuT BKd IB Mil ng model
counsel for Thaw. Under the Delmas: bond issue of $20,000,000:: on fifty ': add nothing to his prestige with the
; the defense showed great- .I'I do not do as they should in while $1
generalship time. rank and file of his party, a PRICE EACH
-er strength at once and the witness matters of such vital importance to third defeat would immeasurably P..t'-ID; BY CXPfttts ANVWHCKC-
Federal Shipbuilding Costly.A I I the nation then there will be no
bullying tactics of were weaken him. Bound" cloth-Gold Irttmm-Sue orpas.

with the dignified poniard-like thrustsof statement issued by Secretary of I I p choice but for the national government No Japanese Ultimatum.The 9 by 11 inches-Large,ciearljr-drawii plans.

Californian.. One Bouman doorkeeper the Navy Metcalf dealing with the con. to interfere"
statement made by Captain R THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
of the Madison Square theater, struction of the battleships: Connecticut Incendiary Newspaper Fai's.!
P. Ilobson, retired that he personallyhad it MURRAT STREET NEW Toss U. 8. A
and Louisiana the former
White he would by the gov which be-
told of hearing say The Atlanta (Ga.) News
j erument navy yard at Brooklyn and seen the copy of an ultimatum delivered Srnd }ostal for Catalogue of Boots for
shoot Thaw because the latter had came known as an advocate of lynching achlsman'i Library.
carried off Miss Nesbit after the play the latter by the Newport News Shipbuilding and to the sensational editions of by the Japanese minister to
J Secretary Root warning the United
some two years before the shooting company shows that the govemment which the grand jury attributed the
States to that childrenare
see Japanese
E thus laying the first stone in the foundation built hip" cost $35fM25 more Septeml race not. has gone into if *.
not deprived of their rights in California -
than the built
of the self defense!' plea. A reporter private one. The cost of bankruptcy and suspended publicationPOLITICAL Ft fry
said the the Connecticut was MJ40247 and of or take the consequences" has are not ST .
I who was an eyewitness the Louisiana $5,0SX; I.Oliver's een discredited at both Washmsrton mettbucsiutlipropercniti'aulonE.ey J.
irrational after the
defendant succesS -
appeared I ]I and Tokyo. Hob>on said that Roosevelt 4ii from% the start.ass-nre tcrs have no
fatal shots.The Canal Company.The :
was trying to avert a rupture be- donbts at p'tntlnj nor disapVoiatinetiM \
of the murder itself became at harvest. Get
1 tragodv Panama Cou-Iruction compauv
('..lUst Japan already: had an army in
a subordinate incident when Evelyn which William J. Oliver the Knoxville Dnggs New Jersey Senator. HawaiI. entered as coolies, and that

the much pictured young wife of (Tenn) has or;:amrel Uaititl States Senator John T Dry- she' could take both Hawaii ami the

;I I the aecu-sed murderer, took the witness at New York to support his bid for the don ofe Jcrs.'y. having authorized Philippines at once He liolieves; the L

1 stand and repeated with unsparing detail RUVeminent contract to build the Panama -, the withdrawal of his name as a candidate real i oint at issue is Japan desire to

thc confession! she had previously (canal liis choseu for its president for re-eiecuou g'vmg ill heailli
of the
American out exploitation -
2 I keep for biggesi, surest, twn crops
; Thaw before consenting:" to John B. ) his > aducv of doctors", the
made to \ McDonald the mm1.10 superintended as 1C :lSOn, bj : of China. ata8eaere. amonsfororrr

I: marry him. It was the pitiful story of the construction of the I legislature elected State Treasurer In the meantime the president his 5cctl Annual

1 her relations with Stanford White- Xew York subw' ay. )lr. Oliver himself Frank C), lines': prevaiVd: HIHII Sin 1'rancNco's mayor : r:. FCSRY & co.,

a bow he had taken her nt the age of is to lx first vice president auil jreueralmanager 'e to succeed Dryden and t..h1t.ti""al othtial> to come to Detroit.SI ich.

:. MXteen to his gilded cleu. druTed her I' <". Stevens does not appear ; : I riffSs receivetl Washington fora personal conference

into unconsciousness'ss and accomplished as officer or contractor, althoughhe \. fortv-oae I with I:IMI. The latest contention is

I her ruin. The object was to how the is the fiuaiuitr Klinul the enterprise <$ ..vS l (,f the fwrly; -tliiwt ;) that fed!.'ril lonition of land for pnl iP.W4-j4 50 YEARS'

J tremendous strain thus placed upon I Tie capitaltjtk of the com 7 '* 4 vfl Kopnblit'.Li\"otl'sJr Ii.' .h..I..: jri'1itifeih.'ral siip.orvkion! EXPERIENCECOPYRIGHTS

; Thaw's mind During the recital jurymen pan' U .-.{\oiN) viuri-s of $1 TO full ...n.1I i ? : n Ii i cli wa a ,, of s dJ.IIt i.' !=:ii-l tint tbe iresi-

t and sportitors were in tears, I the cash in hind is jfirrfXMioome, ?" vf" bire run )r tv' till '' dent nN. boM tint the Tm.. are not

while ThiwS fnme was shaken with wntri'tin-r: PM. ;mvr*. lino Inx-ome in \ \. -'j.ut: h'l'1 .t. Thno i Moii4 !'misWitncis ,

t-ob' I i-orix)!":itors. (':1I.h of whom Ini Iiwforce ,' ._4 M '1.. I \\ soiiitr! H a
1" ,("_'" : :!: Anders Se-stop BaileyXXitiws .
Rai'road: Punished. of m'Ji nul tour's: ; Arbor ,,
Ann ',
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:\otwitlistatidinc t'nt .. live (M iO"" itti'e nt Austin: lou! fit' :v-',,;' AS
bad I ton and la1.'rt UH--.V'il of l.yuchhur. :=Tt 7-i has only a ,';>'frocotl DESIGNS
urlJan of them .\rl or railroad { 'tor 11 ill'Y' r(1! : f-OI ,,-Ij J'J ", '
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; I \ a., will ---luri \:.lh Mr Oliver the "fl !IJ i.,* ia ibis own : &c.
t- appeared before wleral JmUe; the Taylor-{ actual supervisioli of construction: I!! ,.,, !!::.f I '. : !tUe lIl.a" j F to (11.1lt'nl'C! 'I!I tl'p List sis yo:ir..:. IVesidont AnnnP ascertain widtng our a sketch and free description WtiCtir may aniv
that Untokly opinion
and had stated present ,
f at Toledo Icirh'yr tlie Kirby J.mll"'" ":1'I ,,, .
i while the Pirm Brothers will htn' .-'r1".A/ f-rnt'rlYI.- *>itKn w pn h l>Iy 'C'ntable. CY'tnmunirti.tionmtnctlTrorOJeiitial.

o.Mitrs of the line km'twthi1l Toldeo Owl of charge of the ma: the previous reMtos to the SH:> in eiglite- mouths for "I) <-:\\i- taken through 31 arm i Co. receive
of the I \\aMi will look a'Ur tV oxcivitinilliuilf ?.. .: d'I the rsgi!! ir arnv I f' rwl 'f fcx, without charge, in the
and Ire company complained : i es! leg .! S1.\:.,. ". ..t'rec-n, II 1\ t c' ....
tine uf %s-;-\.' 0:1 th.' \\ S>Tand John II Cerrish : Jj buri: l \va Scientific Jlm ri\an.
judsre imposed a ( flied cljarjre* S.IIVB-J::;: 'vh&'ri: tii "tin
to the drcihritig.Roosevelt ga.hii-tto.l corn
companv for each of six count- out of i see II Frank O. thirgs. mittoo f, the ..,. fj ..
\1.\ iv-orns :wv: : : :! A kandsomrfy flla tl'lLtf'd wwklr >rte-t rirnatmn
the indictment This in no Sustains Hitchcock.In Uest Poi:U II of any .menlM lournul. 1 rrm*.I? a
the 155; in : ': tort another v.von s,'!!:itnr I.I.donournvd .
11\'ClIlIt' t."Olitl.'h..l witii th' K,>,'Mi: ;: I rotr: f oar m< nths.$L Sold br' ll tiewgdcalen.

:I way disposes of the charges against : a Itttcr thc president ln= approved |i Inm oaipiny of Tr.. ilo i and was ,vuli j I the "tat"uh'nt uf'j t ; ; t'I MUNN & CO.3G1BrOadway- New York
coal and ice companv. the of Sorotary of the Interior ,
the j policy alive Mentr that
lUPltly i":>yjr of that diy Three i le Ind 1lf't"tNl; hloffilatiK > Branch oars. *25 F "t.Washington.: .t.

Porto Rico's First Hanging. ., Hitchcock relime to: the withdrawal beIvcaim* tlaloul of the d..tio> to attond to);;1 1busmes
years ag.>
EJSK.nnra y raTnnT r 'fprnntTiTrrgsssa
occurred the of coil oil and gas Imds in the lulianTerritory in Nc'work as a Iio
Juan.h.. 0.
At San Republican: "tit1 l'O:1mtllwhidl: jm-:
i 1 to pri'\ent their fallhis into KILLTHECOUCHAND
first legal execution b> Inniing in the sition he till holds: Senator <"o;bv anti i I

history of the island when two Porto : the hands of certain monopolistic cor, one other Rep'iMiean voted ag-na..t .\ lli Mtt loe Jn."r"I0": CURE! THE .UNCS
Tins comes in response to --
Ricans were thus put to ( lth.Can't jwirtions; who I i Brig;::. on account of his corporal: The mother who 113'arq'1 rKt tin- I.ahit
1 the recent talk of certain sonator .
I -- --- --- - of hand lx,ttlo of Clanl/aLt.r- WITH
k'"pin on
Life Passes. I ; Dr.
Stop Hitch King'sNsw
rate law the Louisville ; proposed to Impeach Secretary i .\ &ttcli in Timrwill : lain's Cough Kemetiv: saves ber>t'lf a

Under tliIIW railway declined to : cook I I ave nine, S.) will a tattle of I>al-great: amount of nn.. -in*-=-! and .

and Naslmlle President Praises Davis. lard's Horebound Syrup alwakept on \ iiildj and croup to which ('hi-!
to two Discovery
continue the issuance of passes Metcalf the hand save many a spell of sickness A dren are wis.vptibl are quickly ('\Jrthy
life In letter to Secretary
persons who held contracts for I a sure cure for coughs col). It counteracts any tendency of a
I the of Price %
to report '
Judge Evans in the federal president referring and whooping cough Mrs S-, Hot cold to result in pneumonia, and if given

court Louisville now rules that thenew ; Admiral Evans in commendation of the Springs, Ark., writes: "I keep a bottle as soon as the first@ymptomgofcroupappear FOR CONSUMPTION SOc Free&Tnal.$1.00

Hw should be construed precisely I course of Admiral Davis at Kingston. of Ballard's Horehound syrup in my II it will prevent the attack. This

its general language there was expresses hearty approval of all that medicine chest, and thank my fore- remedy contains nothing injurious and Guaranteed for all THROAT and
as if exception excluding from Davis did during the earthquake panic I thought many times. It ha prevented I mothers give it to little ones with a feel) I LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY

an express complainants contract ] at the Jamaican capital, saying that he many severe spells of sickness." ing of perfect eecuntv. Sold by all dnigg'&ts BACK.

Its operation the can the vested upheld, Uc Lest traditions of our navy Sold by Red Cross Pbarmacy.'P and medicine dealers
no1er way
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; ,",. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howes!, of Oak
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; F .TSdatthepatomceaTftoavfileaa' Bill, were calling on friends Sunday at ?4 yr .

1 ; ':',r 1' +ecoad-cl mail matter. this place.. I

> if'- .Ja1...Wac-. "edu..d PabWh.r.PIIBLIBHED Mr. F. P. Ziy made: a business trip to
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New Smyrna I last Monday. r;

, ._, _"...,.r Misses Mary and Birdie Qnillion, little .4

: f :: :? Wednesday, of this week, Feb. 13tb, Roth Daniels and Mr. Stacy left Thur+- .

_' '-1 !.;"" marked the advent of the Lenten season, day for the west coast where they will '- 1 1 1f

' ; '. 9 : '. 'which it observed throughout the whole visit relatives.Mrs. i E

: j ,: I'.> world wherever the Greek, Roman Oath- G. G. Harmon gave a very pleasant \ t-

: ,. _, .olir and Anglican religions prevail. .Ash- at her home C
party Saturday evening -f-I
this J: {
unusually early
: Wednesday came .
for the little people. The party was givenin f
.season, so that Easter Sunday, following :- ?: .
honor of the birthdays of little Loren
'' 1 _,' in forty days, comes the fifth Sunday
; Harmon, DeWitt and Aaron Taylor
the 31st proximo. .
in March Cake and lemonade were served and allreport S: ) y

,- a pleasant time.
Madame Emma Eames, the renowned KY

t soprano, will visit Palm Beach early in Mrs. Chris Platter and three littleyirl,

4 I MI\ :h. Aside from her wonderful voice of Waltersbnrg, III., and Mrs. Knhl, of

I ':' Madame Barnes' social attractions are Golgonda, III., arrived last Thursday on I.

J '. ": said to almost equal her vocal popularity, a visit to their mother, Mrs. H. Knhl. %

) \.' so it is quite safe to predict that she will Mr. and Mrs. William Trip left Tues { ?
I devotees of Palm Beach :
be feted by the
for Dalton Ga.
day after spending! a
y. for hospitality are too
whose reputation while here. Mr. and Mrs. Trip expect :'P J.MY2.

14 well known to need mention. to drive part of the way home. !

I. Fish Commissioner J. Y. Detwiler of Mrs. Carol Levin returned Saturday ,

.' 1 New Smyrna, is endeavoring to get the from Titnsville, where she has been visiting i

,. ;-.. United States government to set aside as her niece, Mrs. Gulnn. I

,, )- a government, preserve that portion off Mr. IL A. Bohbitt came Saturday and

'F mot-qnito lagoon between New Smyrna will visit a few days with the family of

and the Hanlover canal for the protection Jas. A. Taylor. I

.... and propagation of mullet. This body .

of water is a feeding ground for mullet OAK HILL. I

Wt ich is preyed upon by all o her speciesof Mrs. Barker of Daytona, and Mr. E .

fi+h, and it is urged that efforts must Archibald spent a few days with Mis '

I* put forth to preserve the mullet from Lillian Marsh this week. I FtII I A .

the game fish or they will be soon ex- Mr. W. C. Howes has gone to Pompano E1'd'y

h..usied four consumption as a food fish. for a day or two to look after his pineapple nu,1 I

Tli mullet a* generally regarjpdas thebeM : interests there. D A

salt water food fish in the state for Martin and r EOR t
Our Miss
teacher Georgia % 3 ; L I
: all the year.rounI''OuI-umption. Miss Louise Creijjhton. left Wednesdaj '
for DeLand attend the teachers' eon, ;F.Y.w
: Orange,Growers Get Together \eiition. ... .

Tlie orange growers of Indian river met :tit : uS .:.
Miss Cornelia Magrnder, of JYovklrslxe, :
s is at this place yt"r\t'rdliy'in pursuance of a is \if-iting lirr brother, Mr. II. J, Mntru t :::,}A :Y.: .
- call published in THE STAR with sonic
der, for a few weeks.
thing, like twenty of our most prominent
'--' Mrs C. B Finch and her sister liFllk'h. *"
I ,. _, growers present. Capt. W. H. Sharpe
of North Carolina were gnebtsot
; WAS elected chairman and Geo. B. Gard. ;
t 9: Mrs. P. D. Parker last week. I -: : .
ner secretary. .. iLU NGS ... S..J .f ,
' I I :,:' Addresses were made by Messrs. E. P. Mr. Jas. A Clark of Baltimore, ar .K..Yr.

," r: Porn her, F. G. Schell E. J. A. Drennenand rt\ed t'dnel'flay for week's stay with

to and Mrs. Clark and their son at the Drrket t __
I others relating organization; %DNEYS :
II .u -e.Mr .
the beet means for controlling the sale 1
and output of Indian river fruit. Henry Thompson's sister Mis-

An adjournment was then made nn Thompson arrived Monday from Gskirula

I "_ II til Tuesday, the 26th when a much for a visit with her brother and f.HUil. Y

{ larger attendance is expected present to, y S5I'
IJev. II. II. Jones was tailing on his I ( DI
-, : dUcnsa this tnbjevt, which is of the ut His I
t parishioners Tnet-day. -regular ber I'
most importance to the of this
growers t
w vices hereafter will be held on the t.r.-t
:; section.
i t and third buiiday afternoons of fail

!J 1 Sat Down on Shows month.
Mr RademaLer Mr. Duddleson and j
Information from Nassau is that Atter ,

I' bon & Mann carnival shows whets' : Mr.I Carmean, guests at the Barker 1'' { ........r .5 ....... ,p.
I : House, have gone for a camp hunt across! }yq{}= 'ti j{ejS y{ }= M 1 .
went there about two weeks from Miami r.
{ ago -, = { ; } Ill c fl HI P1
country with Mr. M. J. Hall.
met with anything but a pleasant -5

k reception by the government ofhcial-, Mrs Ellen Getz who has been with _,

who prohibited the operation of the knife! her sister, Mrs. II. S. Barker, for sometime

and ring boards, suppressed the dances left last week for Bayard and will

3 and prevented several other features that I speed a few weeks with her niece. Mrs. A Four druggist fol'1'r d_ ?& 'una almanac for 1907

interferred materially with the success of \. M. Wing before returning to her i

the shows This ie the carnival home in -
Street Pennsylvania.Mr. '
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I I firings of the Lakeland S'C.ti'n
shows that recently advertised to come tn
and Mrs. J. Laselle Tracy left on have derided to hold a winter
Titusville but the merchants and busi
Tuesday f.r their home in St. Louis, :Mo., fair in Lakeland on Saturday Mardi t'VtIW'rwrwVrWiW''NN"I'r'
Dees'men here found a to make the
after a week's visit with their aunt, :\Inr. ;()t h.
manager of the shows understand that
M P. Moulton at Eldora. I
the shows were not wanted and the Iteufnemt Can.tot Ik- CurvetItylaalatq'lieatiurt..astheyvtnnut

went to Miami from West Palm Bead i) Rev. and Mrs. William E. Stout. ol readithfi.xa1

and from there to \1\1'19\11. Titusville, arrived Sunday afternoon .nn! |I">r1..n..f the ear Thenis ,-nlvoteW4
i:: < un it.'afm v". ami that i> l by o..,-titu
-- - were gueetsof Mr. and Mrs. A. L fin' ifiMilies.. DialncsbiscaUMil; l>y an infltiii '
t Meeting: County School Board ler. Mr. Stones held services in tin mmliMon uf the nUKiins Iiniiii
1 The board of public in*!ruction met 01 church Sunday Monday anti TtJ.1ItIa You :.H\ .*tuUV tiiinbliiisMMintl in this t.r tube imp ptttiun1innil:'rfttt blue Fifty years' experience throngh three gen-

( Monday, Feb. 4th. Present E. B. Arnold nightO -" I// ml w In n it is (entirely rl is.-d Iejtfnss is erations of the
Mapes family.
chairman tent A. J Caster and Join .
pro ; 'I;' i- ->i:It .1:1 1II, mil iniiiutuui can bet
R. Walker eetretary. .l. all.1 i MIC. G. L Comer HI En.m! k.n..e: .'hi tins tut., r ..>' \Ve are a household word all over fair Florida.
The minutes of the last regular ntt'rtinc: Aa! wet in Oak Hill :Sattirdaj .ili, r nn : 'i i'm: ,. li arm.:! will he d.,!-t roved forever E
were read and adopted.Trea.cllre"s u.... i.."". i ; o: t th.r! home from ,, ..
hJf' ''n WHJ : a .1! iN' ,.
\vliii; j. tnitijr but an suflauied condition ofot.r5
for .
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report < wa f-m ., Our goods combine safety and
.' iiititu aid Cttioitiido l IJtaua' < t..' reliability
correct and redeemed uarranN ..inlv' ..
"Uta ,
II) j\: Ui;r Hundred Doll:ir> for for the
: any
: profit
h.u'tl.t !
cancelled and hied.FINANCIAL ''ai-nie fvecoinii.g titm grower.
: .a-. .,. ......:i..P.- faiiMl l>y rutarrh1! that cats-
"(' IUR\ t .1' 1\ Hr Wharton wo :nru'dii ..11 ', mrii *.\ lull's Catarrh IHirt.. .S nd far No dangerous compounds.

Warrants outstanding last report6.t!7 7i < 1I'n' 'ritKiu train to 'p"11I1 vn <1 cinemafr. -. Ask
"* J I'lIUNEY: A < O."A.I.Vw! O ::- our agents for pamphlets and find the ;:
issued this meeting____ 1.7Q7': wit: '.'in. ("I. Comer Dr. W riot 5 T-td" MlS2l-.t' V. "
\1..1 l \;i.- K,,v ntnrm-d to! .: a ''. ,.'. il\. Tills are the UM ;; reason why you onght to buy our goods.
s.Otj,1 1k era
Warrants paid in Jin..________ 74640 dot nth II" on, tnt Mn COlllt'r alai iluy ', --- .. -
t Weather i; -M.rl.
""H;y ,;thRill morn at the LT.tot I Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro., TitusvilleJ.
Warrants now outstanding_______ 3iq.-Jv! r .Tor&\1 t.
+-t.rvlxt l 'K-inl niitii the coloi .
if .. M. Sanders Cocoa Ii
Total cash on hand --.-....._.?._ 233 9- .I: SrIU-\. Jos. Paxton, Rockledge :
MiniUMMI rt t b"lI) home Jl'PIn:1l. TLV. Feb J:!. 19117. A. T. Patillo, Osteen F. Bergmann MerrittE.
Deficit in funds...__ ___________ 1,08..2-1 ,
Lime Hack .rst 'a;. tin-lit of temprratuTC1! R. Provost Lotus
I ITEMIZED HWFEJ.DITIRESCounty tii<. "*.lttti. tit. week' audio Tuesday. ,
school Tin ailment ,>- nf.nallan'tI hrl>."nin : tool 1!M"; at1'
;iti"m nf the UIU-cioo ;'*)lll11a\ I It" cult'' "TF M\ MI>. :M \X. MtFel "
John R.Walker salary supt. for Jan._ 75.00 appKing Ch\lullt'rI3in'tt Pain Haim 6. 7:: tKJ 73 VJ I'I> }I'J 1111'vJyl}' '\\ W.I>>\ WM"'Wv '' :

Teachers'salaries--_ _?...____ 13dOQii t an or href times a slay and rubbing tl.. 7. II 33 7i 5* --- -- YYYYUIWINCHESTER
Transporting pupils_____-_______--__ 11HD urti.n.n i l" s 6T 37 74 frfiin
| u- at well < ati. n 1
apj.i M
E. B. Arnold, per diem and mitt-age11 M 9 47 t;s 5-J:
A. J. carter per diem and mileage.. 3y) arts discs! not Iff -rd relief bind nn a ,piece 10 7t i 7S .il I IM
E. C. Advocate, .. ..1t.inuelmlitrhtiv dan> iieilMlli 1 l'tii
pub. finan. atat. .._ 2 I'M i II 71 54 73 M; ;
i John Henry typewrtg nun fur pub 2(o iJa'ni' and quick relief N almotsire to li 'i KJ ?H 74 it;
Indian River *UteUiiiL, nit, fur Jan. 14 M f..I1.F"r sile by all Ilrllai iM:* an-' Tt-t a------I: t 00emel-. K -.. "
Bank of Ft. Pierce int., Nov. to Jan. 2.40 nlcdieiliedealers. ]I"ixiiiiriiliitMl1 t tat ,lit: \H. )k Itiut.-.1H) vxv *" "i
t I American_ Book.. Co., free honks_____ 24 40 itJd..s. N &SNTN
"H.S. Books_____ 4 t'j -- -- I-).. irtnrf raiiifiH miner Jjn I.t, nnii. *
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H. & W. B. Drew ('.0.. desks e c137.3.; NoticeAll 4 11 ill'b.-II L. 3 "NUBl CK "
G. F. Duren.janitor No. 6. and sun concerned II I*. IURDINOtlioalinCiiarse..
dries for Nos. 6 and 101__________ 950 take notice that I will :; U5Sa3HIPJ
Walker Hdw Co, sundries for NOR.0 introduce the next legislature a bill tarmli .
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and 11___________ -; !'h the county court of Bre'-and "mu- Starting to heath Loaded Black Powder Shells
W. I. Booth, labor on Xo. 22_________ 15.50E ) ty, Florida. WADE H JoNas,
Co L. & Sup. Cow gates eta. So. 2: 738 Representative. Bi.umse her stomach \.as so weakened
H.E. Wakefield,janitor No 16______ 600 January 23rd, J907. In useless! I drtiL'irinj that the 'f.uld! not Shoot
J. F. Fancy, walk No 25___________ 4.69 cat, MisXUn" II. 11'attrrs, oft: C'lairM Strong and Evenly,

Total issue 1,797.96 NoticeAll ('ii'nmlius! 0 wa literally starving" Are Sure Fire
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to death She write: "My stomach w as
Petition from patrons. of Tropic school concerned take notice that I will K weak from useless drn_a that I cnnM Will Stand
asking that Mrs. Eunice Schoneld be appointed introduce a bill in the next legislature to not .."t. and my nerves were M> wr.M-ked Reloading.
to teach the unexpired term of amend chapter 4562 of the laws of Florida that I rooM not sleep and not before I / i
that school received and the prayer of so as to exclude all that part of Mosquito waa given up to die was I induced to try 16 They Always Get The
I t the petitioners was granted, and Mrs. lagoon lying in Brevard coanty from Electric Bitters, with the wonderful re- Game.
Scho6eld was duly appointed. the operation of said chapter. snit that improvement began at once,
There being no further business, the WADE H. JOXPS, and a complete cure followed. Best ,,:'' For Sale Everywhere
board adjourned to meet on the first Monday Representative. health tonic on earth. 50a Guaranteedby
in March at 2.30 o'clock p. m. January 23rd 1907. Red Cross Pharmacy.


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't.. a moderately full meal, or have drank
:4J : *) S m GHllllTUDE
.,.; :!''''' : ., more water than usual, and yet my
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"' -' ., doctors told me to drink lots of water, .
)_< ;t NOT HELPFUL which I do with-
cannot at anytime
t' ll '; r IT YOU
x : out great discomfort: The cough is f

t rSet'Lepel Atmosphere Most ConfaclietoinimilLircaDdHealth more distressing than ever before,
,: ." breathing more difficult, and I feel .
,_ 11 \ weak and"depressed nearly all the TOUCH %

1 ; The following I excellent article on time."
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f;; ;"':-;- '-'altitude and: health, written by Geo. I listened very attentively to this ,

w ; $. ; C. ,Pitzer, M. D., and published in story, meditated and reflected uponit _
t The American Medical Journal, is a and then I commenced to give your tongue to

I '* valuable essay on the benefits of a him, in substance,the following talk: .f
: w -"; t low altitude to life as against the "Mr. Shaw, I know your condition :' .; y

i"I highaltitudeforcertainimpairments: perfectly, know your wants and necessities ALUM

: of health, and should serve as a and I will commence your
" warning against the muchly advised treatment tonight, and I can cure
,& "change of climate" (to elevationsof you. Before I commence to treat and look in the glass-you will see the effect- j

; ) six thousand feet or more) which you I will tell you where to go, and You can't help puckering-it makes you pucker J )
t '' physicians: are too prone to prescribe what to do upon your part that you
, ,- for their patients these days: may the more certainly and speedilyreap to think of tasting it A i q <

'l of' Judging from the random advice the benefits of my treatmentand
.. : '.f By the use of so called cheap Baking /, (
practicing physicians are daily giving regain your health. You must

their patients about changes of climate leave this high,dry,cool and cheerless Powders you take this puckering, injurious Alum t

for their health, we coac1 dethattheyrare climate-and go to a milder and more
r into injure digestion \
right system
( greatly lacking in correct even one, where the altitude is at or your you

information upon this very important near a sea level, and"-"What!" he and ruin! your stomach., '

t subject. And.we are sorryto exclaims, interrupting me-"I hope .i

c say it, but while our health magazines you don't want me to change cli- AVOID ALVM -
are giving a great deal of spaceto mates again. Why all my physicianstold

diet and physical culture, they, me that this waslhe very best

subject of altitude.For of them offered as evidence of the Say r rti plainlyRoyal J
the most part of our lives we pure air of this locality the fact that

have lived at a normal, sea level altitude fresh meat would keep perfectly d

but in June, 1905, we moved tot sweet for many days here, simply

a great health resort, a fine city,, hung up in the open air, and without ,
where thousands of health seekers salt or other preservative." ,

I may be seen ewry year. We re- To all this I replied: "It matters i

t mained at this health resort just one nothing to me, Mr.'Shaw, what your i
year, and while here our opportunities former advisors told you. They offered rd4 is made from pure, refined Grape Cream of Tartar-Costs more

for observation and study of the you no sound reasons for any \ ... than Alum but you have the profit of quality, the profit of good health. \\

influence of altitude upon the mental advice they gave you, and it is plain '"

and physical condition of people were that they old yo y/ nothing that has M' t
ample. Failing to realize the relief helped you any, for you have been '- .

sought by a change of climate alone, growing worse every day, as you -
many sick people called upon and have said yourself. Nbw, if you der more or less restraint, and the er and the protecting is so very Notice

consulted us, and the simple history will listen to me I will tell you some- struggle for existence is greater. thin that it has lost its force, and Titusville, Fla Jan 16th, 1007.
r 4., of one typical case will serve as.avery I thing. AsI; said before, I will tell :Even the foliage on the trees is thin- here it is impossible for animal or I will be at the following places for the
vegetable life to be sustained, and purpose of aioefcuing the taxes for 1907.
good illustration of the majority where to and what to do to "ner, and wanting in color; and the
you go no human being can survive at this I would take it as a great favor if all would
of patients who consulted us. hasten the recovery of your health, grass does not show that rich, dark altitude. And still a little higher meet me at the signaled 1 places at the .
An aged, inttl'jgsnt and educated and will give you a sensible reason green color seen at a sea level alti- and the octor's fresh meat, referredto 'time named pnhll'lly work, a earlier[ it will and enable t
professional man of means,Mr. A. R. for every suggestion I offer you. tude, and all vegetation is more or in your, story, Mr. Shaw, is not I'me to complete. my more'oorrwtlv.
less pinched. Going a little higherin only well preserved, but it is converted W II HALL, Tax A&hespor.Georgiana .
r Shaw, called, upon us in the latter You are very much run down, need ', into an icicle, and if the doctor -
He wanted natural the air and we reach an altitude Saturday, Feb. 16th, at
part of last May, 1906. every advantage at -your' goes with it he reaps the same
,- to know if we could successfully command to help restore, you, and 1 II which the mountaineer calls "above fate. A rather cheerless, unpleasant -II C.Merrill D. Provost's?, Tuesday frtore.morning, Feb. 19th,
{- treat him by our methods-thera- the change of climate that I shall the timber line," where no trees can altitude, but it is only a little ,at postoffiftt.Indianola.
and where it is still harder extreme than others above six I I
grow, more Tuesday afternoon, Feb.
and recommend will and I will
,, peutic suggestions correct living help us, and more unpleasant for people and thousand feet, is of the same character 19th, at postottiveCourteiiay ,
.p -and without medicines. After a tell you why. I lower animals to live. A little high- differing in degree only. Wednesday, Feb. 20th, al

careful examination of his case, we "For the perfect development and __ ___ i, [xwtofficeKmkledee. Feb. .. .
Thursday morning,
assured him that if he would acceptour renewal of animal and vegetable life, 21st,at 1/x'k hart's ftore.
treatment and promptly act up- certain conditions are required. Cocoa, Friday, ml. at town hall.
0000000000000000000000o City Point, (Saturday, Feb. 23rd, at
on our advice, we could absolutely Heat, moisture, and an atmosphere poetoffice.

cure him. He readily consented to carrying a good supply of oxygenare o rtoia, Tuesday, Mach 5th, at post-
place himself in our care. We found absolute necessities. The pres- office.

that he was suffering from imperfect ent conditions of our atmospherenear IiPL Is your baby thin weak, fretful? X Canaveral. Wednesday, March 6tb, at.pnstoffice. .

digestion,impairment of general a sea level show two hundred N'athanThureday morning,March 7tbr
t nutrition, bronchial catarrh and a molecules of oygen and of nitrogen, to10 at poetoffice.
2,; weak heart. In our conversation we while there is found only one of water Make him a Scoffs Emulsion $ at Hanloter T. Crook's., Friday morning t March 8th, ,

_4 brought out and obtained from him, vapor; this is the proportion, and z Minis! Monday morning, March 11th,
? in substance the following history yet this latter, one molecule of water 10 baby. at postoffice.
LaGrange, Tuesday, March 12tb,Cooper -
/ and general ," e1t.! vapor, possesses eighty times more $ shop.
":,1:: home ,m! ,..K where the energy and efficacy than all the other : Scott's Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil O1 Tituaville, Wednesday, March 14th.

climate is \ .' .,....tic, and the two hundred of oxygen and nitrogen. $
altitude (n. ian: lied feet, These minute transparent drops of :t and Hypophosphites prepared so that it iso A EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

,. but I Am no : <*,'o where the water vapor, suspended in the atmosphere little folks. <.cO >
easily digested by o.F.DtmEI,Agent,
T .. altitude is :: I MX thousand act like heat condensersto 0
; %.x feet. I ha.. t t jorajearor concentrate the rays of the sun

Z molud el: 1,n lest medi- and to retain or hold them, in the : Consequently the baby that is fed on Q Florida and

'..' cal Ulen1vreputable ,':. r'1:, it"J.chveral lower layers of the atmosphere.This .
-'. -zs>d they all serves as a protecting veil to cOt Scott's Emulsion is a sturdy, rosy- O Western

,: advh:: l me t. .:h nge of loca- all animal and vegetable life on the g cheeked little fellow full of health and vigor. *5* .. .
*t? tion. togot. \'. ,}. '.i;d dry climate, earth, at or near a sea level, but as t Meats

wh rc the r.i rva' } ure and brac- we rise in the air above a sea level, o 2

e : ins, as the.. le,-ciiIel it to be here the thinner and less effective this of all Kinds.
Y -all of them advised me to come protecting grows. An altitude _ _
p 4" here They ;..V> advi,;ed me to drink ranging from five hundred to two 00000000000000000000000000 TITUf;VILLEt FLORIDA.

large quantities of water, some thousand feet, makes no great differ- ,
ii pure - --- --- -- --
: of them recommending distilled wa- ence, but where we reach an altitudeof '''
f7'"l" ....... rt"t. ."_ .. f't 0'Wr"{ ITP''rTiY'(1''l.a ROBBINS
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ter, others hot water, and with these six thousand feet or more, then a --'

words of advice they promised for vast difference is seen. Here the -FOR- I GRAHAM

me a restoration of health. Now, I protectjng veil above mentioned is F

r t have been here for several months, very much thinner, moisture and 1 Engraved Wedding l ll roI .,
'. and, contrary to what the doctors heat are lacking, and the life-giving (Incorporated i-.i< up i*.|>.... $::5.J()().(o.

told me I might expect, I seem to be j power of the sun on the earth and This company owns land*
l lrI in the I mil liver (
InvitationsAnnouncements :m >nntronthe -
." getting worse, for I am losing flesh; : everything upon it is more limited, :l >t Lncie> liner,
.v and strength every day. I find that I'all physiological changes move slower at New li\tr, and! <;:. Digcavn -
I( I j .
t :?Y :, I cannot walk any distance without 1 1t animal and vegetable life are un- i I Ray.(1'ItICES

.- great fatigue, and getting out of The Breath of LifeIt's i( 7'U'iUI'i': TH TDI tS.I .

:: breath, and some days: this is very I Send for land list.
\ Mv'unYiiT.t fa r that the "trnllg.'tanmal.f VISITING CARDS
a < 1 i I
': much worse than upon others, my I Ij it= t-izf, tin g.-ri'U!' .14)! 111t! heart seeming to flutter upon the i latC't'1"t .gs. lo\\eifnl limps mean* I and all kinds of L
:, least exertion, and I get weak spells ,l'.....Ifl1t"1:1tI1tf'!& how fn kt-ep thetirrthinL TITUSVILI.E MIAMI '
i isairijht: !&!iond! l U. man's FASHIONABLE STATIONERY
when my head feels queer and unnat-+j Ftud\. Like thun'ands t of other, l ENNISu&-F-ORT
\ ural. And these conditions are al-|Mr" Ota A "Mej-hens, r>f Port William, p Address 14
I 10., t'as hart t-d Lowto do tln! Mie .
ways exaggerated after I have eaten writes"Three holtl.'s of Dr. King's J l3 = -
-- THE H. & I. B.
A Kab7 Nrw Di-rotMy arid me of wliatni) Blacksmitbing and Repair Work
t fnt'lids.'htJloh. consumption. 0, it's:
should be panohine in the houf'P' and will grand for throat and lung. tronhl(>!!." "' .- -Sa
r be if von give it White's (Tram Vermi- (Jnarantrt'd hv R-d fW! Pharmacy. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA TITUSVILLE, FLA.
foe.., the Feet worm medicine off-re I to Price 50c. and $100 Trial bottle free.
humanity. Thi! fixture ie becoming -
suffering Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeinga
the permanent fixture of all CA.S'X'O> H.X.A..
specialty. Work from of Indian
any part
households. A mother with children gMtb, Ik tiul : KODAKS AND SUPPLIES River or anywhere in the county will receive
can' get along without bottle(Whiti'8Cream TSTf/ .&ZB oar careful attention. We stand the freight
Vermifuge in the house. Sold by BJpabN &% ,' one way and guarantee to give yon satisfaction. r
: ,
. 'Ai Red Cross Pharmacy. 01 -" .1 .1.l.J ;J.j.Li 5J... Send us your work.


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: New York, Quotations Lost in Everglades. Women as Well as Men Florida East Coast Railway

} r 11evleW1ng the New York market is Captain Pugh, a well-known conductor Are Made Miserable by

L .J"itYaffects; Florida ,products, THe of the Atlantic Coast Line running Locil Time Card No. W. In Effect Jaaaary f, 1937. _

i: ackeTOf; _Saturday says: between Tampa and Fort Myers, Kidney Trouble. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.. N08THBCUND-RE4D UP. ?

"Recrfpta of Florida was this week the victim of a decidedly -
oranges .are No. 84No.bMO.29.i Q- 23 |:>o. 7H>o. 74>o. :SH >... US !
each ,while interesting and unpleasant ex- STATIONS I Daily Dilf Daily l>
growing lighter week now Kidney trouble the mind discourages Dally D .
preys upon DaBily DaBlly A A | B ._ B_
California ale coming In heatierTOlnme. perience In the Everglades being lost and lessens ambition beauty vigor 740T
7AP 4twr 8 al.lll
IS 21ft 4 20Pme 8 20ut, 8 OOAII Lv .80D I
Fancy Florida fruit has been for three days In a vast acreage of .r.,\lJ and cheerfulness soon 4 9 2lAI. __' -:oath JI.cltilOnvWe--Lv: ;. 7 2.. 7 3a+t... ,.. -
G 1 disappear when the kidneys 9 30es b 4JIII 10 40ae 910ut 1" St.Augustine_ 6 2 PC 6 6 3IJd 7 Iaa1813ta
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bringing fancy prices, but the bulk of the big swamp says the Tampa arc out of orderor w ll1l1ut_ ____ Hastlnm-- S 31". ... 6 fAII .. .-
Times. 10 lrrw 6 3i Pi135ae 9 50ut Lv-East\ 5 2 Per 5 4_ 0 D5ut 6 Aat
the staff offering shows defects of diseased. -iii-t- 7O"iii 12-00 ll() .ua'-r' LVI .. lift of 550 5'War s Orr
frost or drouth and sales are made at Accompanied by a party of mends Kidney trouble has 9,

wide t also his wife Captain Pugh left his become so prevalentthat __. 7 braes 12 b P.._,) __ n Mateo.Lv! 10:."'" .... -..+.. ..'. .. ::..
a very range. it is not uncommonfor Sin'll 1 ore. 7 aw 77 arw Lv_Fan :Mateo. _...Ar{ 7 r..JPt& ..2-:' 145
"The top price so far on Florid s home at Lakeland Sunday, expectingto a child to be born -- 1 i4PIIi 12 23.__'Lv_Bunnelis...__.". Lv'42' may -
fai T for boxes of enjoy a camping trip in the Ever i3 afflicted with weak kid- 7 4m1 1230PiI'_,-..._:_ Oupont._. a 11Da_..J.a 2isi._.._
sold this city was $ ,
\ S z:._._. ii 1+'". M_Ormond Hotels-- -.. '. 4 -.J -
Deerfleld sold at auction Tues- glades. On Tuesday, while hunting \ -. neys. If the child urinates 11 4IH 8 33rit 12 b7Ptf 112041 "_Ormond." ........" 3 "::t"I S fNIII b>> .K'r
grove I s too often, if the 11 Slam 8 1 Oey 11 SOsm+" Da\"toD&-. 3 i C51 3 5ue .a iit
.... day. This Is s pineapple prange that he became separated from the members urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child 8 a 1 iw't. _...._..i.1-_._Port Onnwe__" 317PiC_...: 3 2OML Xui
his and was lost in the 20w 9 13ati 11 a'ft Ar_New 8myrn.I.v 2 5ttmt 3 30" 4
appeals to some fancy caterers, and of party, reaches an age when it should be able to 21ut "' 7H --::-=
4-2"V:: =='Ar_ Lake H len-===.Lv 124E5-----_.._.
they"usually bid very 'strong for it.The swamp until Thursday afternoon. control the passage it is yet afflicted with 10 30r 4 3'1 1I.+ ..__OraDJre City_ .. 12 35Pet.__-_. 6 ISP't. ..--
that he bed-wetting depend upon it the cause of 104A* 4 f a" __Orang C7ty Jlln'L12 3 During the three days was = ==== ,:::::: : =
s bulk of the Deerfield grove car the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first 1IlI"; 9. 14S."IC$ 1hDta Lv dew Smnnl.--\r 24c 3 Z'AIj 2 Iio'JII"Ill...
selling Tuesday brought from |1 to lost. Captain Pugh walked many milesin should be towards the treatment of 95pr 2iws. _I"_Oak 11111_.Lv 218af_.. .. ...1 2tiUI-
1 our ]O 3NPif.2:w7! 12 5fiam Ar _..._Tltusville.. Lv 14P52; n 14 at 3 liar
the effort to find camp but did not these important This unpleasant : == :::
;5.50. lU 5utr is mar b+Prt b Pw ..anfnrd ins
: "In the stores there has been a fair do so. As is usual when people are trouble is due to a diseased condition of the ... 63 4A1 ll 3.4w... ... 'It = ==:::Sen0rd===::1 $ b ilp3-r; ;.?m i to 6 4r"i;; tuns

lost in desert or big forest the lost kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as T'Jt/M 10 &3'a 2,py-I; : See l.v..T1tat1lIe===\r 145vw 23fl'jI.c3S'I.uI
movement of this week fancy _.
oranges most 3 31w. Ctxroa. 1 1 1005
people suppose. -L..v "
man walked In a circle, and was within well ". ';sat n-: arrr-nv: : ==:Rncth..lee==:.. 1Uiea %ti.iJ l2 'sat 2lR.M
fruit when cMinabIe, selling from $''I Women as as men are made miserable ..... ...... I:! Of'nOt'll: __.: ,_uu Game 123; it.'__I 12 ?:!sal__
to $4 choice from $2.50 to $3.50. To a very short distance of the camp with kidney and bladder trouble, ..... ...._ 1.IIAw .. _._llel"1)_._ '" 12 '.t..._..' I:: 1l..._
; and both need the same great remedy.The 12 57 'I 4 /4Sw.I -eiastian._ 1147tM..__....I, 11 7.Pie.___ .
r bring these prices the fruit has to be when found. So alarmed were memo mild and the immediate effect of _._ 14-11 6 ; .1 ._!'t. Luclc__ 11 OOAII._'...'I Wrlf1t_..__ ,.
bers of the camping party for his 4: :Ai: noisy' 6 oz"e 3 sees .._l-o 1"eI'CC- 10 oar 121': IU 31ft I: ...
'r free from frost."Offerings Swalnp-Root is soon realized. It is sold 2 2 :* 2 a : .- _......-Tihballs .-..... : 9 3.
auction off safety that they sent td Fort Myersfor in fifty- .. .:= 3 7T1Ar : 27a-== Eden__ 8 f.1.i:= 9 ii: ==
s are falling by druggists ., ,_ 2 3\.1. 6 31'v__ .1 ._J n-t" 10 lIlJ1...__. 9 4tat ._
,: from day to day. Monday about 1,200 person who knew the swamp cent and one dollar ..*.i : .. ._._ 2 4r... 6 417w__ .1.__Stuart ..__ '" 100'>&11>__ 9 r..Pw..._
f \. A sizes. You may have a .. .__ 3114w 7 evs_ __lobe Found__ M 9 4O4r..._.._ 9 IlPIt _
thorough large number of people sample bottle by mail ._.... 3 3'iur: 7 ZQM__. ..--.Vest JUl'ltt'r ._.. 9 ZJ&III.\1 8 50vr..._. _
responded, and these divided 6o.-oA\II 4 lour' 8 ttvr 5 00'ArW 4 l'l.lm l\rocb........ 8 6 Uo 10 S'\,1t If tsar 104lhG
; free also pamphlet tellHome of swamp-Boot I'AII 4 oIiAII: 82P1I I 6 2'n LY.l'alm esr1.__ 8 3.4a 10\WI': 8 Ora 10 r..
Y $%.90 176s $1 to $2.90 200s. $1.60 themselves into squads, each squad ing all about it, including many of the 6 'r.AI r. XI.\II'; 8 3AI 5 s: "........We.t Palm BtACb.Ar 1At 10 WAil 7 &In 10 Buts
; ; ; thousands of testimonial letters received ... 5 2Ar' 9 1IOPtt_.. ._._Boyntoo _._..._..Lv 7 i".n_..__. 7 13>11._... ._
216s. $L25 to $1.55. and %50s, $2.30 taking a different section of the ._ 5 aiue 9 l'Jpr t__ _Dtlray._ 7 9mw...__ 7 CIIf'II ... _
Captain Push above from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer ..._ 6 r.JII 1001111_ Fort J.&u-terl1a.le._. 6 Scut_ 6.. ....__
per box. swamp. as & Co. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and ._ 6 4"u4 to 1\h1__ .. __Danit .. 6 4: sL..._... 6 1n'II _
stated was finally found at a point mention this ..._ 6 5IAM! 10 2li%_ ._ ..-..IIl&iltiIldal__ 6 3IJAII ..__ 6 45st ...._
"Tuesday. 2,300 boxes sold, mostly paper. .. ._...... 71 W: 10 offII'M__ _._Lemon Cfy__ 6 Ol+ut..-_..._ 6IR...._._ t
s dinary fruit. The tone was weak on near the camp. Needless to say, he {)un't make mistake but remember ItQUI 7 :luk,10 "ftt 1 ZiPIII Ar _Mlsml..Ly 6 OOAlli! 8 l5as 5>> lmP' 5 0.llt ,
any _..__ 8 OOar:_....- ...Lvt....._ i&mL-. .._... \ _._L ._._.1 II OIN...__
4 common and ordinary stock and many will never stray Into the depths of the name. Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- ........_ io ao: ..W.: _! : Art.lIome..te&ll_ _4Ly ...... .....--...... I:: :'+1'1I ti.__
loot, and the address. Binghamton N. Y-
lots sold down to $1 per box. the Everglades again. on every bottle. t
Condensed Schedules Between Jack Dille and St. Acgastiee.
Thursday 1,000 boxes sold at auc- --- ----- ---

r tion. The ran:?? was $1.25 to 5.75.. A Key West May Lose the Mallory! Line. Professor Ransom Dead. ._..',.0. Z3No.29No.Z7No.4' ,: *A31\.37No.35Ne.89No.U3.N 15

car of Deerfield grove sold at 53.75; to (Tampa Times.) Professor Paul C. Ransom a prominent A B B I A I.Daily : Dally L 1\; I B I Daily

$5.75. Choice fruit sold around $2.75.1 A news special from Key West says educator and founder of Pine Dally Dally\ Daily.1 Dally 1Sx.Xw..Sx._ Jf53 Dally_ Dally 1 Daily..Zz: IIaI.v t
Jack.wDvUle... 8 OIl 9 lt+ar; It 11). 150Pit 31:'! 3 34.1PIIt 4 8 iiet 8u.9
"Friday's auction offerings were i. that the cigar manufacturers of that Knot Camp School, at Cocoanut 'r!"t. Anem.ttne 9 <*,,,.. to 5101 t:! IfW 2o'Ali 4 15Pvi 4 4oPMl 5 :tI 9 'via! 9 n. to 4rty '

small. Sales were lower, mostly ont place are greatly disturbed over the I. Grow, died at that place at 11:30 No.28'co.98: '(.16j0,>ojjl3-*>o. 44 NuA38 No.30No.i8o.74 t

account ol a small attendance, caused report that a change is to be made in o'clock Tue311anlgbt.. B I[ B I t LDAIIY i B 1 Dally I! A I Dally B r8 I A
DaHyJ! Daily !x Zest Ls. Ssa Dally Daily D.U.. Daily
the ... |Dtlly _Zsjiau _
by the stormy weather."A steamship schedules of the Mal Professor Ransom had been ill for "
1.7 si. tUKU tine 6 3UAMI 7 M* 7 40A8< 20AMI 10 10AiH Sue 11 40AM B 6 2stt g 4WAriaekronville.
firmer feeling is held by op- lody Line between that city and out some time, and his death was the result .: 7 4i lint J 8 3UAM 8 40AM 9 tout! 11 lOMi 12 30PV 12 4i = 1 sow 7 tan 'i

'' erators in grapefruitThey predict side points wblch will greatly affect of uremic blood poisoning.He NOTE. A-Trains composed delusively of PullmAn or Parlor Can and extra seat fare will be t
ch r e an advancing market from now on, the shipments of cigars from Key was 41 years of age, and his B-Day coaches operated on these trains on which no extra teat fare U charged.
Trains do not stop at stations at which time Is not shown.
f aiid some of them are so optimisticas West to Western points.At home was in Buffalo, N. Y. t Daily except Sunday.

to predict that in a few weeks present the company is operatinga Some years ago he established at I 17 :KI n I 2e

l' choice lines will sell from $4 to $6. service between Key West and Gal- Cocoanut Grove the Pine Knot Camp P Iii T I ExNinfOnly Dally 'Snnday,
i "Tangerines have been active. veston, which line gets the bulk of which is a winter school for boys, the I b
6 rrht, ? .._ 2 Ort+ >+t 10 li)_t Ltr.__. Jacksonville._._.Ar 7 IOAII' J2 4t'Pii 1) Sew
'Fancy are in good demand and will the Western shipments, giving the ons: of wealthy parents in the North, 6 +yam S 22MI 20c.lOlSiLv.5.v Jackionvill ........Ar 7 a'<_ 12 Sf: $ 22M1
6 iw\ w. 8 63 w 2 4cjpw' 10 SOAK Lv_Fablo Be ._....._Ar .._.... 6 a sat 12 lJq'i1| 4 51MI
11 sell around" to $5 per strap It is manufacturers a good outlet for these and who desired to spend the winterin i 4.V=x| 8 SHAM 2 4--1PH. 10 l.TAOntic!! Bettch. .._._Ar'...__._ 6 45M 11 dTlAK of.c:...

said that the increased demand for goods. The proposed change will cut the South. ', ttem I 9-.15Aii3! orwi_It 10iAr__=. ...... MaTpnrt................Lvl............ 6 30AM. 11 4
tangerines Is due to the fact that out the Galveston service and substi- The school was successful the attendance AND OCQDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIIML

many push cart and fruit stand operators tute a New York service, touching at growing from year to ).ear.

are handling them in preference Mobile. This will make several days':>> ProCessor Ransom arrived here from Close Connection Made at Miami whim' Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company.

to the oranges, as they can make difference in the Western shipments Johns Hopkins University three weeks Havana Key West and Nassau Bahamas.Trains .

more retailing them i* 2 and :3 ft,., a 01 cigars from Key West and the ago in enfeebled condition.The Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

nickcL manufacturers there are up in arms body was prepared for shipment ---- --

"Florida vegetables are coming in against the proposed change, and the by Undertaker H. M. King and "h.TieaTimeTablasshowtheIfine-atwhichtraln, .t'\"nal..t.. ..n out their arrival departure*meybeexpectedtoarriveataiddepart at the times stated is; cot guaranteed

limited quantities. Fancy stuff com Chamber of Commerce is making an was forwarded last night to Buffalo h'., _1- I..Il.t'.mpanytobeheld responslbleforanydelays oranyconsequencesariaingtherefrom.Far : ,
, mands fancy prIces."Cauliftower effort to prevent the change being .or interment Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

Y sold Wednesday at made. "SEE "
l: $3.75 to $1. On ordinary prices are The desire of the manufacturers is Dropped Dead in MiamiDr. J. D. f
RAMNER. As t. (ien'l Pass. Agent ST. AL'QUSTINE. FLA.
SOc lower. to have the company to continue to James de Pass of Wiliiston

"Lettuce brings up to $'a, when have their Galveston steamers touchat Fla., dropped dead in the office of the

s fancy. Most sales run, from $2 to $4. Key West owing to the large P. & O. Steamship Company, in Hal

"Peppers sell from $4 to $S. amount of goods that have been cyon Hall Miami Wednesday, while

} "String beans sell from $4 to $S. shipped out by this line. The change waiting in line to purchase a ticketto SBABDARDAitii <

"Choice Florida) tomatoes sell at will work much harm to the manufacturers Key West He was about seventy
$3.50 to $1.MEggplants. and they are very anxious to years of age and had for the past forty

j are scarce, and some secure this consideration at the handsof years been connected with the :Methodist :: : =T= lTi J"V A Y.

sales were made as high as $12 will the Mallory Line. Conference of this State. He -FOR- -

a range of $6 to $l"Ad"ices was for a cosiderable time head of:
Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
Another Telegraph Wire. the ,
i received from Terra Ceia experimental department of the

state that shipments of the new crop cmamiletropolis..) Agricultural College at Lake City. lie Richmond Washington, Baltimore.

cf celery are on the way here. Mr. W. A. Xeal, superintendent of was a man well known throughout the
New York
--- State. Philadelphia, ,
Forest Fires Do Damage. construction Western Union Tole
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. (Femandina Record.) graph Company, is in the city, and Forihrr5i ty 1'-l&r". TWO ELEliANTTRAINs DAILY
:\11'10. Windows' Sx tliiiig :Sjnip ha:
Great damage has' been done to the makes the rnnouncement that withina
Mien n"t'11 for over MXtvvtMn* by million: SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.MODERN

naval stores industry in this county few days the company will begin of mothers fur their children! w Ilil.! u-elli- .
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in by the burning of the woods.
springing a !.ew duplex wire prLLI.EQnl'JE: T.
copper child, softens the gum... allays ail pain .
For over a week the woods have - -- -- -
between Jacksonville and Miami, and cnre wind colic, and i i.. the best rt'IDt'Otvfor .
teen burning in various parts of the! diarrhoea. It will rrlirte! time Jlutrliult'1"ulft"rt'r ONLY LINE

county, and on last Monday the climax will rush the work through as rapidlyas imlllt't.1iateh'uld. : by dm<,;, Operating/ Daily Through:'r from Jacksonville/ to New Oreahe.

t possibl0. iri-t<;in.'very part of the world. Twenty
occurred. ivemit.. A ottle lie s-uie and a-k fur For full information and sleeper! | reservations call on any Seaboard s fit. or

The drouth had ramie the wood This will jive the local office a vet; It'lr \VuifcIov\Ts Stwitl''ins;: :\vrtij," amid write to ,
. A. O. M A( DON ELL: v C. ; LSTDN. Jr.
dry, and wh a the fire caught at any desirable !'mire'r 01".1' k'tJf. 1:1''r ,
- place there was plenty of fuel in its : sn*! much needed adlitkmaiservice tin* f fond and l ilrnxart: .lun/ .S: tli, 1'Iloi.o"trial ;. .h t. General Passenger \_...nt. }'Utt ujivr Aent.JAt'KHJNVILLh .

with Jacksonville, which is : number 10"**. : :. .I' LjQUEEN \
4 path upon vhich to .ceJ. Those who
now often incapacitated through th' CASi't'Qtdl. .
Lave lust heavily claim that the fires
inefficiency of the present service.Mr. Bears the :h8 tind Vii flaw AV! >3VS fl ig!:tSidnoa I
appeared to tart :icinltjneously in
Xt..1!! I js male, a cartful IIIMKYr'on : LL' d--;
many parts c[ the wocxls. and that.. "
; of te line between h. re an'1 ffj-ll.! 4
the wind being high tbv fire res ,tf.i ROUTES.
t. Jacksonville, and states that fin raarwe '>
effectively pll! efforts to hold it in q ';'f
trouble In tLe recent past has been
check. I
'ue to forest fires. which in the last Chamberlain'sCough
The loss to the naval stores interests -
three! weeks alone burned down 22.:;;
: in thi county are greater than :
J they have ever been known to be in pui5 and consumed :523; ; (TO: -arms. 0'l Merchants & Miners Trans. Co'sSTEAl:1SHIP

. The work o, rebuilding the line .\
was .
the pa=>t. J. W. Rogers up to the present ''f I.' ,,,
rushed ahead as rapidly! as possible c f /.., \! _
time has lost 4.500 boxes J. J. LINESBETWEEN
and the service is again in thorough :
llayman 5,0'X) boxes and S. D. Dunn
working or Ie!'. i
& Co. :3,000 boxes. -
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Naval stores operators have been # /\\ 'i. ';1
K\,-n from the )IiiitInsP.allard'e
employing thcfr entire force in the 4. ,,, I. I' SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
Snow Liniment is praised for \ .. v"j ,
work A ;
of stopping the flames, and ha.cbeen ,
the good it due A sure rare for rheumatism fL : i\
offering as $2.50 t : :
high as per day and all l'aill'richt W. Lov I ---Direct Connections for -
fcr recruits. But with all this it has
ins! Grand Junction. Colo., writes: "I

o been! the impossible fire. to stay the progress used, for Dallard's rheumatism":"MIOW and Liniment can recommend, last winter RemedyThe Washington New, York and Boston.

From Fernandma the fire at nigbt Children's Favorite
it as the best liniment on the market. I .

QuId be distinctly: seen as far as ten thought at the time I was taken dow 0 I Coughs, Colds CCBbg-, Croup and Through tickets on sale at principal point.Aecomutodatiotls .

and twelve miles. with this trouble that it would be a week Whooping Cough. and cuisine unsurpassed.

Reports from other parts of the before I could about but SEND FOR BOOKLET.
get on applying This remedy 1* famous for it*our**o?-r.1&1'lIe
State are to the effect that the naval your liniment several times during the part o Ube civilized world. It can
*!wr: ( be contains no

stores men have lost heavily. It ap- night, I was about in 4S hours and well opium given M or confidently other harmadrug to a baby &iI and to an may adult be II. C. VERY, Com'I Agent, Jcksonule.!

rears that the fires In the woods have in three days. Sold by Red Cross Phar Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 eta. J. C. WHITNEY 2d V. P. & T.M., W. P. TURNER. P. T. M.,

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:S Large Shipment of Cigar I Sad Case or* Poisoning.The .

-aj"fi/, Shipment of cigars from Tampa for BEST FOR THEBOWELS little three year old daughterof I tr

; ii\1 the week
: ending January 19 were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Walker of"'TheCottage"
w 5,410,000. Previously reported shipments I I
i..1k '
on Cottage avenue in some
'" for the present
year were 7,680.
: ; If TOO u-na"t. ,bealtbr movement of the way gained access to the medicine
{l. 'E 000. Total shipments from January 11 Jraweli every're III or wtU be. Keep your
} .mwcu open and to well. Force,IB the shape of closet and taking up a bottle swallowed
to January 19 were 13,090,000. Ship- rioleat p .,.lc or pill poison it dangerous. TltamooUmi
,' ,easiest,most perfect way of keeping about an ounce of paregoric from buJ1ikctThe
_" ments for the corresponding period of tae bowelc clear and clean is to take the effects of whtth she died at about $

last year were 10665000. The increase CANDYCATHARTIC
5:30 Sunday afternoon, less than five
/ .. in shipments for this
.- year up hours after taking the fatal stunt.
.l' to January 19, was 2,425,000 cigars. Drs. Rawlings and Klock did all that
r; f'
,. :- medical skill could for the little sufferer -
: Kind Yon Hare Always Bought, and which has been
: but their united efforts were
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
fruitless. The former that this
says and has been made under his per- .
i.1 ;- I t is Kind recently "II ,, t
his second case of the
w, sonal supervision since ttslnCancy.A.llowDoonetodeceiveyouinthis..
q.l and would caution parents to use the r'

: iI PI..II&EAT. Palatabto'EM ,LIKE Potent CANDY Tast Good, Do utmost care in keeping such articlesout All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but t r

. Ih Good.Barer Sit:&e..Weaken or Gripe; 10,a and of reach. The remains were taken Experiments that trifle with and the health of t
q 10 enU per bon Write tat free sample,and booklet ? endanger
on health. Address 433 to Jacksonville on Monday for intr- Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.

I Storting. -dJ Comm q. Chicago or Me*foIL ment, the sorrowing parents accompanying



f" Don't Put Off .

'ff a ... Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OD Pare-
p : t1l /p until tomorrow what you can do today.If ,
I I you are tunVrinsi from a torpid liver or goric, Drops and Soothing ,Syrups. It is Pleasant. It '

. jg. constipation, don't wait until tomorrowto contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

'; ret help substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
Mrs. Sage's First Big Gifts.
Buy a ottleof Herhine and grt that
liver ruiht about and allays Feierishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
The gift of 11,000,000 to the Emma working Promptness
.. "Don't know that this is not a Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles
you Willard seminary and $1.000,000 to the health eavremany 8i 'k f'pt'lls. :\1 rl'. Lia cures Constipationand

r smoking compartment* Rensselaer Polytechnic institute, both Graham, Point, Tt x., writes: "I used! Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

: "Never fear. I'll hide my pipe when Herhine in my family fer MX yean, and Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural t
! I see the conductor coming.Fliegende of Troy X. Y.. and also $250,000; to theext'Cutl"e find it doer all it claims to d<. TheChildren's Panacea-The Mother's *
of the Sold Red Cross Friend.
Blatter. committee Young; I by Pharmacy

. Men's Christian association have been

. f,- announced. The gift to the Emma \\ il- I In London out o. one hundred widowers GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

I ALCOHOL IN SICKNESS. ,lard seminary is due to the fact that II who marry again, twelve marry

,Mrs. Sage finished her education there their housekeepers.On Bears the Signature of
1t At one of the London public ho- and has been for years one of the

d pitals a special point is made of giving :most enthusiastic alumnae. In a let- Tuesday evening, about 8:30

r alcohol to the patients as rarely and ter to President Kicketts of the Polytechnic o'clock, Mrs. Guyer accidentally
sparely as possible and each time
; Mrs. Sage says that no conditions stepped off the city dock and fell into
that of the does he
4. one physicians so ;
t .: submits a special entry of the reasons are attached to the gift and that the water. Mr. II. T. Sweet, manager

" that actuated him. In the thirtytwopears I;it was made because of Mr. Sage's personal o_ Zapf s Ooprahouse, happened to be ,
of the of the relation to and interest in the
existence hospital
alcohol has only been given se\enty- I.I school of which he was a trustee near by, and without a moment's hesitation -
dived overboard after the The KM You Have
one 'times. The cases received are Neither of these gifts implies that Mrs. Always Bought

<.< exactly like those received by all the :Sage: experts to specialize her charity and succeeded in bringing her safely

other hospitals.1337 in-patients For 1901 oflly.tliey numbered The- in educational linev It is uutleiMxxl to land so that what might have beena In Use For Over 30 Years.

death-rate among these was 7.3 per that the money given to the Y. M tragedy was averted. Unfortunatelyfor
cent. For the same rear the average C. A. will l e O'Hvl to erect a bulMin M- Sw 'pt. h' lost his watch, and .>
;- death-rate the other London for the executive offices of the committee oL"d. !<"
among the chances cf his ever finding it in
public hospitals was 9.1 per cent. in Twenty-ninth street -I I
the soft mud at the bottom of the
Therefore the use of alcohol in sick. I t Lexington a'enue.ew York city.
) ., ness' 13 not to be regarded as a neces 1 lake are exceedingly slim.-West
sity. Although most physicians I Ro kcfellc{'$ Record Gift. Palm Ceach Sun. S

- I' scribe alcohol in solution with pre.j The general education board, incorporated R

.' for their patients-there was one phf \"- by con,:;re s to administer large Well Worth TrllIJ
t eician of national reputation who did (
educational philanthropies, has received -
believe in alcohol W. II. };nH\II, the |popular pension attorney -

years not ago when using Dr. 1.. Y. Pierce Many decided .a donation of $yx)0.uoi) ). the large of Pitt-burg.: VtM sacs o "N -xtto t ." ....;. < -"" -.:>!

; to put up his valuable "Pre crip- t in all history from one person n jien oii, the.I lest thing i to act 19 Dr

}. tion" for the diseases of women in a for any purpo l'.dded to the $: 11000su ,- King's New Life PilN." HJ urites: i

"ready to use": form-he used as a ( ) which the head of the StandardOil "(he- ket,p niv ft'iiily. in splendid! lualth" Why is it that the

solvent and preservative chemically trust had already placed at the 1-2'1 nU a"ir.- for heitlachr, con-tipa'i i

pure glycerine of proper strength, disposal of that bmly. it makes a grand and hilinnuess.e.: Guarant td at Red t

which is a better solvent and preservative total of $43OUOOUU. Of the $32,0011., Cross PharmacvCASTOR.

of the active medicinal principles 000 one-third is to go into the permanent -
residing in most of our indigenous or
endowment fund of the general
native plants than is alcohol. Dr. LudwigPiano
duration board and two-thirds is to IA +
Pierce found that the glycerine, besides
A- being entirely harmless, possesses be applied to certain specific purposesby
intrinsic medicinal properties, of great the direction of John D. Rockefeller For Infants and Children.

value. or his son. John D.. Jr. Just what The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
No woman who is suffering from these specific purposes are was nut

inflammation, from the pains and made public. d
drains incident to womanhood can theSignature //

afford to be without Dr. l"ierce's Favorite An Educational Diplomat.Dr. ofShipments

Prescription. An honest medicine William IL Sheperd professor of

which has the largest number of history in Columbia university has

cures to its credit and a deserved popularity been selected by the International llu- of cigars from Tampa is preferred bV those who are admittedlythe
for all the
two over
score jeans reau American. Republics, of which for the week ending January 26th

just United what contained Dr. Pierce in his: "tells l'a vorite jou John llarrett is the new director to were 4,785.000; ( Previously reported best judges of tone? The answer is

make to the leading South Auier
a trip
Prescription. shipments for the present year were
iran capitals during the coming:: sum- easy. It is because everyone who has
ITS INGREDIENTS ABE; 13.030.000. Total shipments from January
mer for the purpose of cultivating Itersonal
i golden Seal root (Hydrastis Cana- relations with the leading statesmen 1 to January 26 were 17,875,000. played the Ludwig knows that in it
densis) Lady's Slipper root (Cypn-
and men of letters in Latinmer"lea Total shipments for the corresponding -
pedium Pubescens), Black Cohoih
root (Cimicifuga Racemosa), Unicorn and to carry to them knowledge: of period if last year were 11,740- is embodied every artistic quality--that

root (Helonias Dioica), Blue Cohoch the educational resources and opportunities 000. The increase in shipments for

3 root (Caulophjllum Thahctroides), of the United States DrPI this year over last, up to January 20, I it meets every demand of the expert required -
R Chemically Pure Glycerine. eperd will also collect material fir
v :;,15 i: <01 l'igars.
Among the prominent medical men a course of lectures on South for the truest interpretation of
of the country who recommend the America which he is to deliver in --

above ingredients as superior remediesfor Cooper Union K1 sin s 3Iolhcrs and music---that it possesses that inde-
nervous conditions depending upon
1 Ov
: disorders of the womanly system and Carnegie University Next. rbunleneJVoracn

ovo tnr the <-nr.,> nf those catarrhal ("ondlII Educational papers credit the report In all stations of life, whose vigor and scribable delicate charm which is diffi-
tions in the affected parts are: Edwin that Andrew Carnegie and his colossal vitality may have born undermined and
: Hale M D., Professor of MatenaMediM t i brok down 'Work cult to but which is
:, M. fortune are lhmd the auuouucod incorporation ( by onr- exacting; analyze. designatedby
at IIahnininn Medical College I social duties, the too frequent bearing of

II. Chicago; Prof. John King, M. D., of the \ndivw i'trnegifuimer (childn, or other causes, will find in Dr. musicians who thatit
some appreciate
Author of the American Ihspensatory, !'ity at ( h f'l,". wlmh is i to K I J>il'rce'o'avorite Prescription the most

.'"' Woman and her Ii!'ea;;;es: Professor the site of th> slew institution The potent invigorating restorative strength

John M. Scudder, Doctors hale, I>es, articles st:it" tin* ulijeit tu !'M' to <.v I I civet ever devised for their special benefit can correctly protray every varying
I 'k 'tit Bartholow and others. Addressa I I Nursing nothers w'JH.find
s oil tallbh a uan 'rMU for the teulun. "fiuedi especial
j 'f'!:, postal card to Dr. Pierce for a com <'im\ ,loutiMrhir ly valuable 1(1 sustaining > air! strength emotion as the "soul" of the Ludwig.
the subject-sent to and promoting( abundant nvjinsbmtnt
; plete treatise wn. I and arts lacy for.l l-.::y and ;,ll kimir ilbranches I for the child. txwcUnlJwprlyTS too
without cobt.KB.
you of k*;trains mil that it shall will fend it a priceless >*Wpy< I re the

PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS not be l.nllud..1 for profit system for biby's coming and rc jog Sold by
the ordeal comparatively pa.inle J
sick and bilious headache The fir the t'.arJwi,* I'miil F'r !
cure tihou-snese, ft'l'nrt t a" in rio hirrq in anT state, or conditiof ;,,:)
s' dizziness, costiveness, or con the Advancement <.f ItMihin:: SK WS th.- f,>mal !'\'tt>ffi.l .
stipation of the bowels, loss of appetite that already "JM- institutions hue .ij. fete. ixr'vous. weak women who Indian River
stomach, suffer from frequent headachback-
coated tongue, sour ,
plied for a :4im of th }woods> and
' heartburn pain ache, draszmg-Uown distress low down
belching&, ,
windy and kindred that of thoM fiftj-two h.i>-e been plated in the abtiomen or from painful or Jrn-g-
and distress eating liver stomachand on the accepted' list. having nut the ular monthly periods, gnawing or d'stresMxl -
derangements of the conditions in regard to undenomin sensation in stomach, dizzy or Music House
bowels. faint "spells y<'*i imaginary speckor:spots|
Persons who are subject to any of tionalism and academic standardIn floating before eyes have disasreeaMt.
these troubleshould never be without a the accepted institutions forte,five |ro- p<,l\i- ratarrhal drain, prolafr-us. anto-
at, hand. 'r.i"u or r,.trv' .r.ion or other du'plari'm -
vial of the "Pleasant 1't.l1ds" lessors have revolved more than * ntof womaniv from akm-ss
excellence it : organs
In proof of their superior (1anol the widows of some professors of parts will whether they experience ,
be aid that they are
can truthfully ban been assisted
always adopted as a household re'medyaft.f symptom\ ,,

>r the first trial wins futhM'H :mil fairly r-i"teuty: pr- a'ftcTT' ,-14'pc '''''.., "'''f'$ --
One little "Pellet" is a laxative, two Innocent. Dr. I'itfl s Fa\'orte: Pn-MTipt.c'n. .
They regulate, invigorate This world-famed jK-cific for womanswoakii'ssos
a are cathartic. the'liwr. stomach and Timothy Collin who was pioiiiinvut and peculiar ailments io 4 I
and cleans at the liar of Rr.stol county. Ia",*.. halfa pure RVC! .'ric ,'\ir.:,.t of the ('h.k<.<-t native -
i$ A a dinner pill, to pn'ffiotedi .,
bowels. = To re- ('I ntl1"y:0.. oin-e secured the SKill medicinal root- without a dron f
-e5tion. take one each day. alcohol in its mAo-up. All its inr'..hi- I
from overem ,;; ,il ot :in oil l"i"n"! '> I:1II: :1'I'l.1of 1
heve thems arising enL-pritl1..ll in pi.tin hnihshon: its butt.- ,
4 -, n..tl1n; equals one of these >-t::ilifi-r a pi:HV <.f pe rk. .\s -.'!,> i iI J \\'.r aid attl<.d Ir '
little ..Pel!,,t-7 Tht>:(re tiny, sugar- was I U-a\iu:'; tits courtroom *',It. put !her I i t I'-re: thus in\it..s tli- ftjhtst!; ir\(">otl- I Do You Want to Know All About the

coated ant i-hlhous. granules, scarcely baud t.> h..r nma'b and in an audi >IewhliIKT tion flf h'- f..rmn'a knowing that it \\.11
iv found to contain only the btst
larger than mustard sted* said I known to the most:; ad\ano-d mcdi ul EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

HEALTH AND H4PPISESS.! ")Ir. Carfin whafll I d> with the scanoeof all the different h"olsof Jr.-
tice fur the cure woman's peculiar
How to live in health and hap air. por-rukv' weaknesses and ailments.If ) .
Fmit ; Trucking and
is the general theme of Quickly came the retort: "Kat it. you you want to know more about thecomposition Especially regarding timwirg,
ness Farming If 'nl t for the-----------
ledJcald. General w> SUI M *
and endorsement
didu't stoal ; -
Pierces Common fool.: The ju Ipre says you professional
This great work un medicinE Home lDjon.O.A.STOn.X.A.. i of the "Favorite Prescription"f ndpostal
containing over lOX card request to Dr. R. V. Pien, .
and hygiene, than 700 illustrationsSt : Buffalo, N. Y., for his 1m booklet treat- -

and more to pa .. lot of same. ;30 CENTS PER ANNUM.
of stamps
11 free on receipt Ot'ly. Bend 81r Bean time Ths Kid You Rare 14wals Butt You can't afford to accept as a substitute ISSUED ONCE MONTH. SIMPLE COPY FREE.
of mailing for this remedy of k11fJ'rn comi/witt/wi
upenae one-cent stamps for the cloth-boun ftgnatm a! a secret nostrum of unknown comport* HARRY L. BRO\V\ P.iiMnMia Manfleer"* Augustine. Fla

volume, or only 21 stamps forb.. cJ vf tioti. Don't do it. E. 1'. \CKMAN, Editor, )IiIII:1.: .

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.. I W.}!.BROWN,Vlce-President.
'" San Antonio Texas where be JAMESPEITCHABD.President.
) IJJfJt LIPP-Praetiea1Shoemaker. FortyYearn went t.o'l WUi81DN s.BRAJ'i G. Caahier. "
experience; all kind of repairing pee his aon-in-law. who has been
don,nk e and cheap; alao ladlef. mcn'i
shoa nude to order. sick He .iI rob3bly visit Mr. Carrier' Ihe Jar ofCoughing

later. I' Indian River State Bank

.. LATEST COUNTY I Palmetto Mrs. and club Miss Lowrie on Wednesday.entertained This the .

praiseworthy club is growing larger at II IIi 1 COUNTY ::DEPOSITORY ...
: fiB'WS.NOTES i j jM
; each weekly meeting. 'Authorize Capital!, f 100,000; Paid np Capital, 52 .OOO; Average Deposits, $200,000

r. Bert Merwin, oar big, genial'j' j TRANSACTS A
z: Little H&ppeninls'TH&t Help to laic neighbor arrived in town from )Ii1fOrd.1 I Hammer blows, steadily applied -

'. Conn on Sunday. Bert rock.
says t break the hardest General Banking Business
: Up the Weekly newspaperCOCOA. complaint of lack of winter weather up
north. Coughing, day after day, jars

I .. and tears the throat and lungs LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK OX THE RIVER

"t Miss Marguerite Dixon is visiting her Mr. A. Bud long, grandfather, Mrs.A. until the healthy tissues give Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated. J
: L Jones and Miss Jones, mother and Prompt servirv. polite treatment and every favor consistentwith
F. Fischf
Capt. and Mrs. C. -
grandparents Paul Shares : Ayer's Cherry Pectoral conservative
sister of Mrs. are late arrivals way. banking granted
in Titnsville, this week. '
e from Chicago. The Shares household is stops the coughing, and heals CORRESPONDENTS :
Mr. Gene Bode left on Sunday for his
bunch with four
.: home in Fredericksburg, Va.i a happy generations under the torn membranes. Empire Trust Company Broadway, New York City; The Atlantic National Bank
its roof.
of Jacksonville Florida
The beat kind of a testimonial"Sold -
i The ladies of the Cocoa library are preparing Miss Bessie Smith, of Pompton, X. J., for over sixty years." .

to hold a bazaar in Rockledge on is the boast guest: of:Miss: Myra Williams.Mrs. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

k Feb. 20th. There will be flowers, fancy Smith is visiting friends in Jacksonville .toy.&.laO J._C.Ayer Wac Co t .LLoowenMw.

; ; work, candies, ice cream and cakes to be and will be down later. Miss Altads SARSAPAEILLA. E. L. BRADY & BRO.

f disposed of. Hand bills will be out next Bessie hasIpl'nt many winters on our r PILLS ,
and is
week stating particulars, every one
riviera. We
are always glad to see her
invited to participate.Mr we" .BO >ecT t.! W* publish Groceries Grain and all Food Products.We
jovial countenance.The tie forma' of all our med..cme.. Hay, .
: W. Johnson, of Tallahassee, who zrass. L
Friday night euchre at the Sew Biltojsnass, constipation retard re- handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusivelyin
has been in the employ of the People'sGrocery P.o<:ledge was largely attended and an c"vry.. Cure these with Ayer's Pills. the above lines of goifd and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices 00
V returned to his home last week. I Grain and all Groceries.delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY & RHO..Tn1:5VILLE.FLA.
enjoyable evening spent, eight handsome I
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Mr. Ives is having the road widened anti useful prizes being awarded. Mr. Mr. Vesey Hall and family are having I

across the Fairview Land Co's property. Shares has secured six of the musicians of quite a serious time with the grip. The S.J.N"ORTON"
f There is now a long stretch of white pick. the; defunct Indian River hotel and now Hall boat did not run for two or three ,

it et fence extending from R. L. Dixon's has the only orchestra in town. It is a daS, but started out again Wednesday. Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay, Proiduee rllit and I It

south line to Judge Capehart's. pleasure to dance to their mu'ic. of all Uinds, .
Gay Manson went to Cocoa Tuesday to r
ft Capehart's new residence is Capt. E Vesey Hall being in the grip
Judge rap- look np another cow. There is a brisk VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY !
4 idly Bearing completion. It will be a of la grippe I last week. :Misses: Eva and demand for milk and at Georgians
eegs Ti.1'U.s'"Vl.U
: <>.
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handsome one-on the bungalow style.Dr. Nellie Owen took charge of the packet these days, also for chickens and fresh

Lincoln has the lumber on the "Lena" and put her through ou schedule vegetables.Beth J. LORILLARD JR. LEON S. WILSON
time. The girls are to be complimentedon
ground for improving his recent purchase Bruner, Rose Carter and Cora
t their ability to take hold) and "deliverthe
Rockledge is now filling up with tourists. Munson are the latest victims the. grip.It LORILLARD BOAT CO.
in .
goods, especially an emergency.The
t Cocoa is just a pleasant walk, so we is 15; years ago that the first epidemic of .
ft } see a number of them in town daily. annual boat races and masque bal grip struck Georgiana, and this is the T1'tus'V111e., FloridA:

k:, Mrs. C. A. Fallin is the guest of Mrs.J. held on Washington's birthday will be first really serious epidemic we have had Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Uasoline EngineersAgents
r postponed until a week later on accountof
C. Shaw. Mrs. Fallin is remarkably since. for Termaat & Monahaa motors Moore motors Hartford motors, Auto-Marine motors
the Eau Gallie celebration on that day. and District i Agents for the Lathrop motor1WA.a.JNE
t active for a lady of her years. Mr. Allen Clement has been spendinga
The the New has
at Rockledge
masque "
lk part: of his vacation in Cuba. He : : RAIL V'SY
Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, bishop of the always been the big social function of theseason stopt
Episcopal church held services in the and the management expects this off on his nay home to visit with his par- Careful attention given to

Y' church last Sunday night. year's to exceeed all others in size and ents at this place. Monday night he wentto LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER .
Cocoa to meet two of his friends from .
4 Mr. and Mrs.Clarence Kittle and Mr. brilliancy.The .
New York. They will spend a few'days -J Agents for the _
and Mrs. T. Webster, of Ghent, N. Y., Indian River hotel fiasco is abouta I
with him in Geor iana.
are occupying the cottage with Mrs. J.W. closed incident The funds realized Original T & M Reversible

r Packard on the avenue. from benefits and sale of provisions was Georgiana is more than glad to have

r Mr. E. Stephens and son Kenneth, who equally divided among the "help," some Brother Hawk and family(another year.A .

have been shipping the fruit from their of whom have gone north,others remain. good congregation! will welcome him MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES ':

: ; City Point grove, left on Wednesday for Mr. E. W. Wallace deserves great next Sunday.Mr. Thoroughly covered by patents

st their home at Dixon's, Kentucky. praise for his management of the affair. Kinyon, of Rhode Island, is hereon i ---- --

Mrs. Leo Case who recently came from Nothing is known as to the future disposition a visit: to Mr. Everett l.1w1ey and The Engine that Runs Without Repairs

North Carolina is seriously ill. of the house as J. Y. Jordan is in family.
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t Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman, of New York I Xew York and the person heralded as be- Georgiana School's Honor Boll I --_ These motors are safe and reliable and r 1 1
int; on the way down has failed to materialize -
tate, are occupying Mr. Act Moore'acottage The following are the names of pupils can be operated by alcohol or kerosene ;

/r on the avenue. INDIANOI.A who obtained a general average; of ninety with as good results as by using gasoline I

Rev. Milledge Walker held morning per cent and above in the examinationat ___ __ ,
Our folks had dancein "
Ash Wednesday in the Episcopal young a pleasant
prayers on the close of the second month ot
f church. the club house Friday evening with I;

Mr. and Mre. S. Edick, of Olcott, X. Mr. Schuyler as pianist, but on accountof First grade-Robert Dawley, Clayton I
the weather was not <;H> well attended. Carter.
Y., who purchased part of Mr. S. Child'slot I'
Saturday evening a launch load of our Second grade-Ollie Page.
on the avenue, left on Wednesday for Third grade-Elizabeth Odell. GRAIN FRESH FRt TS AND VEGETABLESWe
people attended the dance at Rock
Jacksonville, Washington, D. C., and young Fourth grade-Harriet Odell. buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
the New
.t other places, expecting to reach home ledge, at Rockledge hotel. Fifth grade Nellie Bruner, Beth Look over our stock and get our prices before buying.

about April 1st. Sunday the weather was all one could Bruner, Winnie Dixon. Corner Main and 1I0pkinstreets

On next Monday night the 18th Miss desire and everyone eet med on the mo\e. Eighth grade-Ruth Allen Rose Carter. G- :S.: :SEAT.H *? GO., I
Rev. Wm. Stones preached excel-
Atkins of Boston will give a reading in an TlTr-\ LI.E. FLORIDA.
lent congregation. two vacant seats ---
e the opera house for the benefit of the Cocoa Itching FilesIf -
in church. In afternoon the river
school library. The program will alSO was with whois VICTOR I
V are acquainted
lively with launches and sailboats. you anyone T. in
; include some home talent. Come out troubled with this distressing ailment 'b'
and help the cause along. The houses here are all let and boarding you fan do him no greater favor than to '' and
houses are fast filling tell him to try Chamberlain's sahp. It i' Talking Machines Supplies
\ up.
John Fisle has the Mot-
Mr. purchased gins instant relief. Prig 2j: venter
:I low property, ou Delannoy avenue. The Monday a party of e1e"elJent to Ti.I hox. Sold by all druggists and medicine a ( Records sold by tie

tugville in launch Louise, returning dealers.
old buildings will be torn down and time sameevening. !

brick buildings erected.A KAUUALLIfc. ..u 'INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
partindudill the Hies family Mr. G. L. Wallace paid a busine visit : ,
Eau: Gallic's cottages are nowl.lIt tilledwith
and their -ndsleft.. on Wednesday for a t<> Titusville Monday, "returning on night tourists.. ..- >t K. t T1TUSY1LLE, FLORIDA

beach trip. train. Mr. and Mrs. Crandall, of,)lean, N. Y.
Miss Jessie C. Sanders in Titus-
The Ichthyosaurus arrived in port onWednesday was are now in one of the Gilbert cottages.
from cruise the southward ville on Monday shopping.Mr. .
a to IWt forst; the K. M. I.-Stetson University WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
with her owner Mr. Geo. IIn ton Roy Inman, of Attleboro, is visitin -
baseball the K. M. I.
game on ........ __ __ ..
uncle and Mr. and Mrs.
And family on board. ;; his aunt, --ft >'""" => "'"' Ty. JTMTiE.SJF- 0-.m3
diamond on the 22ud in-L at :2 p. m.
John MacDonald.CITY.
"To Cure a Felon" Enter jour boat for the Free-for-all silver -
---- 500 Barrels will be received in the next
I'OINT CUlt and three other prizes at Kau:
Sam Kendall of Phillipt-biinr,,
"just says cover it over with !'uddeu'rnh"3.. Dr. Mitt hell, wife and three children, Uallie on the 22nd inst. 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement -

Salve and the salve will do the rest." who have been visiting :Mr. Henry Tanks Bishop Gray spent Tuesday and Wnlrif but is better.
Quickest cure for burns, toil: sores,
txaKi, w0l1l1d:,I.ilt>8, t'e7.t"tJll1olt rheum, for two months pa>t, left on Wednesday !! !
chapped !hand: ore fret and fore eye for their home in LaGrange, (;a. J. K:. \: IfofeMMi EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO..

Only 25c. at Red Cross Pharmacy. Guar Cant. W. H. sharpe was calling on our The F. E. C. railway will i issue return i
anteed. IVa'rrp in Lnnib and Builder :Material
?Towers on Monday-urging an attend tickets from Titu!;viI! to Stuart inclusive

ROCK LEDGE. ance at the meeting; called in their inter- to Eau Gallie on the ?!nd inst. for one Eau Gallie, Florida.

Capt.: Co gin is busy erecting a ;garage eM for the Hth in Titusville.Mr. : fare on regular passenger train

for his "mobe." SUl'l1l1' is shipping'! vegetables Cot Fow'cr! and tjor Ewing. of tJ e I I :: ,
"--.rc.\'\ t545 U U L" V \: L' L'j! \ '!\" 'f./{
Our roads are in good condition again daily to the several East G ast hotels. K. M. I., were imra-unnjr out the race \'lllilil' llrlllllrlrllll"'II'I'lr"'I.I'I.rr'.

-no excuse now for bicycling on the His fine strawberries are an attractionto conr on TneMlay. The free-for-all rare

sidewalk. many of ourinter visitors: from about is expected to show a large list of entrie

The local anglers report good catches Rockledge. Four prizes are to be awarded in this The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

very daj. There is an abundance offish Right Rev. Bishop Gray spent Sunday en-lit.

: of great variety this year. night and Monday with Mr. Ciessou. The K. M I. boys report a grand time

Mr. Edward Blake, of the A. F. Young Mr. Chas. Maddox has given the contract at Foil Pierre :Saturday.; The cade;-play
Co., of Pit burg, spent a few days in for his new house to Asa Chancey. stetson University this week at l -l.anll. .

1f n. Delighted with Rockledge, of The game;, is expected to be a very clone

course.Mr. J. V. Prince, Brooklyn, X. Y another Odell arrived GEOKGIANA.Mr. Sunday.with his'! fam one.Ask yuor railroad agent for one fare Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'

veteran winter resident of Rock.i ily. He has purchased the Provost launch excursion ticket to Eau: Gallie on the I I
i ledge, is again registered at the Xew and will' spend a few weeks shooting; and] 22nd, Washington' birthday. 1

Kockledge. fishing.Mr. HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS,

Miss Beeeie Smith and Miss Myra Williams and Mrs. Flynn, of Cincinnati, GM in the Stomach :

lately spent several days at Palm friends who came with Mr. Odell, are Belching and that sense of fullness so
Beach. fine time. often experienced after eating is caused Agricultural Implements
They report staying for the present with Mr. Peter
by the formation of gas. The stomach
Mrs. G. Fuller and! Mrs. A. Hammell Wittfeld's family. fails to perform its functions and the food

spent a few days sightseeing-at Palm Mrs. Frank Lyman and daughter, Miss fermente. Chamberlain's Stomach and SANFORD FLORIDAf'
Beach-left their lords at home to Liver Tablets will correct the disorder. ,
liege Emily, of Kenosba, Wis., arrived Monday
They aid digestion and strengthen and invigorate -
see that no fish escaped. and will be at home in the Bond cottage the stomach and bowels.! For

Mr. Osceola Currier has returned from. : until April. sale! by all druggists and medicine dealers. IMWM am"" \ I., lvYv\\YM WP



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