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:
March 22, 1907


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


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

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


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. EDPungent Notes Pertaining to vents buy earlier this year-jret yoor snit Personal Paragraphs About People that I MONDAY, MARCH 25,1907. Something About the People of Titus. ';

; i' 1- Transpiring About Town now ready and, waiting hav a for fall yon.season's Come wear.into Il'e our 'Traicl Here and There I I We have just received our summer yule as They Come and Go _

t Oak Hill items arrived yesterday, store and let tin show you the many Easter cards and Titusville postal shirtwaists, and I tell you they are You should see the beautiful line
handsome Schloss Bros. models haveon
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"' too late for publication this week. display; yon will like them we are cards at the Novelty Store. handsome, handsome would hardly of summer suits, Schloss Bros. make, -
I I it it
sure, and they wear as well as they look. I. M. DODSON. express really would take a I .' ;
Com. J. H. Allen, of Daytona and half of this newspaper to describe now on exhibition at Branning's.Mrs. .

t Mr. Rowley, of, Wisconsin, are in "WINSTON S. BRAKNING. I Miss Cook, of St.: Augustine, is the styles. Some are with lace and I W. S. Branning and baby ar-

town today. --- I here on a visit to her friend, Miss some with embroideries and lace.I rived home Wednesday night from
Musical Lecture know when you see them you will
Go to Branning's for your straw Maggie Collins. want them all, you would hardly visit of several weeks at Dunellon,

hat, the latest line shown in this city. The lecture given by Mrs. Jeannette Mrs. A. A. Monroe was called to know which to choose from, but really Fla. aMiss

50 cents to $3.00.A .. Robinson Murphy, under the Atlanta Saturday on account of the to appreciate them is to see them. Daisy Brady returned home ;

fine 81-2 pound baby girl ar- auspices of the Progressive Culture illness of her cousin. Now I will quote you a few prices, Saturday from quite an extended =
not too many as this space is too val-
rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. club and V. I. A., at the opera house The largest line, the best shoes, uable. visit to relatives in Miami and Fort

P. Wilson Sunday.Mr. Tuesday evening was largely attended the latest cuts for men, ;women and Style 1, made of fine quality of Pierce. A

and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and much enjoyed.To children will be found at Branning's.Prof. Persian lawn, embroidered front Master Rufus Robbins arrived
the subject "Af with lace insertions and pleats, short
went to Jacksonville Wednesday to many present F. G. Schell, of Lake Butler, sleeves, buttons in the back, $2.50 home from Rollins college, Winter
rican music and Voodooism in America" tt
hear Madame Sembrich. was in town the first of the week would be the right price for this Park, Sunday afternoon for a few
: was an entirely new feature on waist have them for days' vacation.
Rev. Wm. Stones will'preach at looking after his orange grove interests you may $1.49.
the stage. Style 2, made of fine quality of
Titusville the 24th inst. in Turnbull hammock. Rev. and Mrs. Millidge Walkerare
on Sunday, Mrs. Murphy showed that she had. white lawn, venire and Valenciennes
at 11 a. m. and at Oak Hill at 3 p.m. lace front and back, three-quarter spending two weeks in Titusville
given much careful study to her line Lecture
sleeves, worth $3.00 for $1.98.In I among their friends, stopping with
Mrs. F. A. Copp, of Middleburg,
of work and that she had the subject
Sunday, March ?4th, 4 p.m., at the above we can likely giveou Mrs. Wetmore and Mrs. Fischer, ar-
Fla. is here for visit of three weeks
well in hand was quite evident. Her different .
city park. We answer the question: ) ten styles.I riving Wednesday.The .
with her sister, Mrs. W. S. Bran- manner is most pleasing and voice is How can we satisfy the law of demand know you are not going to do
ning. sweet and well trained. without a parasol this season, so you Vagabondia, in
perfectly. Ladies and gentlemen had better and charge of 1
come Monday you Capt. Tony Canova, will
Services in St. Gabriels church, The proceeds amounted to about invited. A. BRADY.
will more than get your money'sworth. soon reach this section from Miamion
Titusville, Sunday, Mch. 24th, at $44.00, which, after deducting expenses We will place on sale about
10:30 a. m. and 7:30p. m. The Rev. were equally divided betweenthe Motor Boat Races fifteen styles. her way to the northern part of }

Milledge Walker will officiate.Mr. lecturer and the V. I. A. and the There were seventeen entries in the Style 1, made of an excellent quality the state with Mr. Mellen and party

S. F. Gray has sold his homeon net sum of$17.75 was realized, which under-ten-mile class yesterday and of white linen, 22-inch, worth aboard. t
three in the boat class. 11.50, Monday only, 98 cents. The largest stock f
Mrs. V. amount will be applied toward the speed of shoes shownon
the river front to Mary Style 2, made of finer quality of
Taylor for the sum of $1,200. Mr. fund for keeping up the cemetery. first The following which were undertenmileclass Centered in the white linen, with row of insertion 2nches. east coast of Florida at Branning's i
race, was
wide, worth $2.00, special For men, women and children, in the
Gray will remain here for the pres- started off at 9:39:25: Belle,
Kline's Specials in Clothing and Rush Wilson; Rambler, Parker Bros.; price- of $1.29. I Edwin Clapp, Crossett, Queen Quality -

ent.Mr. Gent's Furnishing: DepartmentMen's West,Virginia, Wm. Prindle; Gladi- Style 3, made of extra fine qualityof and Irving Drew makes, all the l
Merrill wife and little
Chas. B. white linen, with large embroidery -
ola Joe Conover Tug Lorillard latest cuts
; every pair guaranteed.
white athletic under- ruffle and
son Orlando have started for gauze hemstitching, worth
Boat Co.; Whale, John Geltch; Katie,
shirts, an excellent garment for sum- 3.00, special $1.98.Children's Henry T. Titus, formerly of Titus-
Kansas City, Mo., having spent the Dr. Spell; Tadpole, C. W. Griggs;
mer wear, 49 cents each, all sizes.Men's caps, we have about fif-
past two months at the Tropic homeof : knee drawers, very practical Knee High, Riley Brooks; Water teen different styles. ville, now resident of Daytona, has

his mother, Mrs. John W. Mer- cool and comfortable, all sizes, Lily Vann, D.Lorna G. Monroe Doune,;J.Elsie McAllister, J. D. Lot 1, made of fine quality of lately been appointed justice of the

.49 cents per pair.Men's Saw Fish; J. Metzger Rabbit, D. B. lawn, something entirely new, the peace for the eighth district of Vo-
rill.Mrs. suits, made of best qualityof ; Dutch effect, trimmed with fine lusia
Stevens, of Daytona, received Pritchard; Carlos II, Dr. Booth; county, to the unexpiredterm
tropical worsteds, in endless vari- Western, J. B. Fields Naiade, E. B. with tucks, can easily be made vacant by the death of
word last week of the death of her
of colors well blue washed worth .
ety as as serges, Wager. The boats started in orderas $1.25,special 75 cents. C. R. Cox. -
step son, Roy, who was attending styles positively correct and prices named. Also another lot of French caps,

high school at Whitehall, N. Y. more than right, so if you want a About half a dozen in this class Beautifully trimmed with embroidery The auxiliary yacht Saramar, of
suit it will pay you to come and look and lace, worth 75 cents, Monday New
He died with typhoid fever. Roy were so closely bunched at the finish York, with Mr. and Mrs. Loomis -
at them and I know we can fit you only 39 cents.
spent a part of the summer and win- and suit you. (caused exceed by their holding back so as Ladies' black skirts, made of the on board, who have been spendingthe
not to their time limit) that it
ter Titusville. Also odd trousers. We will placeon was a trying situation for the best quality of black voile, hand- season on Lake Worth and Bis-
Mail Clerk Collins is happy once sale about 500 pairs and let me judges to get just the order in which somely tailored, trimmed with black cayne Bay, arrived here Monday.

more. Commencing this week the tell you the patterns are just simply they finished, and some protestingwas satin ribbon, worth $15.00, special They went north from here direct,

double daily mail service between handsome.JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. indulged in. This state of affairs some$9.49.dress This skirt.will make you a hand- the yacht will make the trip as !
happened here last July in the hand-
this place and Sanford was changedto 'Phone No. 8. icap race and some means will haveto Ruffled muslin dotted curtains, 3 weather conditions permit.

one round trip per day, as form- be devised to overcome it, or the yards long, very handsome, worth Mrs. F. E. Stone and two babies
Indian River Hotel, Recent ArrivalsJ $2.00, Monday special$1.29 pair.
erly. The mail goes out on the 8 handicap race will have to give way per returned from Cuba a few days ago,
Valenciennes insertion
L William Riltimore A B Me- to in classes. and edge to
a. m. train and returning at 1:35 ; racing match, inch wide, usually sold by the where she had been since the first of
Niece, FlaT E King! II I, Uobidere, First and second prizes,silver ,
p.m. H B haw, Jacksonville; W II Bloo.l were awarded to Rabbit and Lorna yard at 12 1-2 cents, Monday only, 12 the year with her husband, who is in

The fine team of horses owned by' tt, Jr., PO't.on.III: ; W McFarlanri.. Doune, and third, a brass headlight, yards for 75 cents. Handsome va- the employ of the Cuba Eastern rail-
city; Mrs II M Nolle! New Smyrna; S R I riety of patterns.
Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett ran away Martin, C C MartinV.. Va; \V B Ham, I to the Tug. Ginghams, suitable for children's way. Mrs. Stone liked Cuba very

Tuesday while harnessed to his sur- wife and two children, Ki!'!;immee, Fla) ; .' The speed class was more exciting. dresses, in plaids and stripes, entirely well in some respects, but declares
W A Tilli", Geneva, Fla; R D Lamont, The entries were Friday 13, Geo. E.
there is
place Florida and Indian
down Julia designs guaranteed fast col- no -
rey. They came street Atlanta Ga; E Jo: Harrod Bas Obispo, 'I Pritchett; Baby Bullet, Geo. F. Pad new ,
from the railway station, turned the C Z; RL :\McKenzie L Simpson, Jack dison; Blanche. C. J. Co2'Jnn. ors, at the present market price river.

corner into Washington avenue and wnvilie; W E Florence, Atlanta, GJ; Blanche gave Baby Bullet 6:15 a t worth 15 cents, Monday, 12 1-2 cents County Surveyor Fries and Vice
J P Steirne, N YV S Bull, FEe Ry, the start and Friday 18:4.5. It was: per yard. __
made a bold dash for their stable Dr Lincoln, A :b: Cleveland, F ICay and too much for Blanche and she could It will pay you if you l live out of Commodore D. B. Pritchard meas-

where they stopped. No damagewas wife, Cocoa; Mrs G Nolle, Minis, J 11 not have overcome the handicap but town to come to our store and do [ured off the race course Monday. It
sustained and the town had Jovner Washington, IJ C; W M inilh, jour shopping, as I am positive you was found by accurate and
a that Baby Bullet slowed down on last surveys
Otisville! N Y; L B Denison,; will than
few moments of real live excitement, F S Battle, G C Battle, Ga; Gray McCal. round to finish within, her time limit, more save your expenses, I triangulation that the mile from the

as they are quite spirited animals.Mr. ley, :Macon, Ga; Frank Steele, Richmond, Blanche disregarded the time limit, and you can get most children.any thing beacon south, as laid off for last July
Va Mr and :Mrs James 0 worn by men, women or I I
; Wynn, Mr and swept past and came in first, Baby
and Mrs. C. C. Henderson and Mrs F B Dancv, AtlantaV T Gibson, Bullet second and Friday last. Mail orders promptly filled on any I I races (guessed at) measured only

two daughters, the Misses Lena and A B Vance,Jacksonville;Chas E Watson Blanche's time,32:40; Baby Bullet, of the above goods. i 13 feet over the mile. This was
N YS B WIlson, IeLandJ II Herndon JULIUS KLINE Titusville. i
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40:13 Friday, 52:53. Course nine pretty good guessing. Commodore
Hattie Henderson, expect to leave ;
Fort Pierce Fla; Fred Taylor, L B Brook- 'Phone No. 8. !
for Murfreesboro, Tenn., next Tuesday er, J A Taylor, M L Shields W F Free, measured miles. ---- -- Lorillard and E. B. Wager laid off ,
man, J W" Jones, J L Bennett, W U Ttl First and second prizes,silver cups, the course last year. The other two
Miss Lena's health For Fresh Water j
providing awarded Cor Baby Bullet and Friday. FishingA
Co: C Leon Faber, Edward; Brannan, Ft i' 4 4i
angles toward the eastward
permits, Miss Lena not having enjoyed Pitrce FIa; J :S: L.. Fils, Henry Anderson petition was circulated about were a
Jacksonville C II Morse, Mrs R M The baseball contest between Eau i few yards short of the measuredi
the best of health the past sea- ; I
: town the first of the week
I Gallie and Titusville interesting :
Genina, Chicago; Leon H Lyon, N Y; was an mile.
son, and being quite indisposed the J A Mille, Jacksonville and Mrs C F game. The score stood 7 to 4 i in i Governor Broward to instruct the I ____ _

first of this week. We are glad to Bell, Birmingham; ; Mrs J L Crawford, favor of the home nine. Good playing I sheriff of this county to permit the !; Club Entertainment ,
state that Mr. Henderson and family Mrs Blackman, Miss Flort'nCrawC..>rd, was done on both sides, but the I
Mr and Mrs C L Hill, Mr and Mrs VM home nine had the best of it at any|j i seining of fresh water fish in the Mrs. C. J. Denham entertained ;
expect to return to Titusville next Jernuji, Miss Helen Cannatta, D St.Clair stage of the game. j j lakes tributary to the St.Johns riveri the Culture club in her usual charm-
!' t1i'S, L Prucie, Miss Margary
falL ing at her home
while the present low stage of water manner Wednesday
Scott, Arthur Uoeblmg, Mrs S Gernon,
The dance at the opera house was 1 I afternoon.
Miss orothj Gernon, Indianola ('.J O (continues. It is urged that the
FURNITURE, DRY GOOD, SHOES ; the most successful event of the sea- j. : In a "floral game" Mrs. Adhemar
Ela-tic seftional book ditsIIANVKES I Mrs Farrell II,M Chicago Miller;,E Mellwnrne.I. parkman Mrs, Tamp Sue F; son. The stage had been removed'i'lakes j sometimes dry up or the connecting Brady proved her superior knowl-

e\e gla >e<', ppeotaclesHon Hunter, Jensen; R A McCreery! N Y. and the music by Titusville orchestra ',!( creeks with the St. Johns edge of the subject and captured the -
Edison eand and dry paint lotteries, and was pronounced excellent.For I'i river dry up, leaving the fish to die prize, while Mrs. L. A. "Brady excelled -

supplies fur the Edison FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. I and spoil. The law is very strict asto in "flying the kite.

Easter: chicks, rabbit-, baskets About 88 acres of good high land on Sale using seines in these waters, andit Music was furnished by Mrs. Lor '
Connecticut built catboat! two snits or illard, vocal and Miss Mabel Reynolds
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat ; -
; the Narrows, described as follows: Lot smile, anchor and ten ballast b.ijs. A is rather doubtful if the gov- instrumental.

INDIAN RIVER HOTEL I No. 3, section 55, also lot No. 3, section har ain. Apply at THE Srlt; Oftil'e. !ernor will be willing to grant the Delicious refreshments were serv-
36 in township south, range: 39 east. '! praYer of the petition, as he is mere- ed and a most enjoyable afternoon
and cold baths and inside
Provides hot This land is unimproved but finely lo- Dress Making Parlors : was spent.
toilets on two flora, airy bed rooms overlooking cated. For particulars;addressE. Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened dressmaking ly an executive officer and would not
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the river, sample rooms, cozy M. Lew, parlor! in TilE Sr\n building, 1! be justified in asking a state officer Dental NoticeJ.
consultation rooms, large cool dining
rooms, free library with the leading daily Brockton, Mass. ground floor. Trimming bats a specialty. ; to disregard the statutes of the state. \V. NeiiuM \). I). b., of the firm

and weekly papers on file, free telephone GUN REPAIR SHOP I .of Macy & Newman, of We: t Palm
S for guests, free use of typewriting macho For Rent Draying i Beach, will be in Titusville! for a few
ine. Electric lights throughout the en- Send your puns for repairs to Henry Three nice, clean rooms, in good; locality i Drawing or hauling of all kinds promptly days fully prepared to attend to any den-
tire building inside and out. Open day Benec.'ke.11 work thoroughly done for small family (without small children attended to. Meets all trains. Sto\e tal work. lie has his office in the brick
and night, attentive porters attend all Guns loose in the breech tightened equalto ) suitable for housekeeping. wood for sale at all times. building the court house, where
trains, only five minutes walk from the new also guns stocked and shotguns \pph'to MRS. J. D. CB VBB, H. E. HOLTOV, I''be will bt!pleased to tee all who! want I
.station. Good fishing from hotel dock. rebored, etc. H. Benecke, Titnsville, Fla. Tittmille, Fla. Titusulle, Fla. first class work done.

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of Brownsville toward the negro sol- ment of social and

,;; I POLITICAL ,. diers. He said that more than three- living conditions in Will Cure You.The .

fourths of the residents were MexIcansand the United States"by liTer Is the main-spring for the whole body. To expect

s %)t Roosevelt Cheek California. that not more than a dozen families means of research good health one must keep the liver in good order. To do so,
fit for officers to associate publication Herblne will liver in the condition
were a should put your
j r President Roosevelt sent telegram and
with. When the negro soldiers first education, the establishment it be you will not suffer from headaches.
to Governor Gillett of California asking CMrs.
1 the lower classes boasted and
came openly
him to. secure suspension of action POSITIVE CUREFOR
by the legislature that they would soon "run the niggers maintenance of
that out of town." He also said that charity agencies and
E 1 state on anti- shooting at night was quite commonin the aid of any al- ,

Japanese b l l l spending the town and that many of the peo- ready established. FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIAAND

receiptof pie carried weapons. He admitted Russell Sage airs. Sage explains ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
that there of it will be within
a letter from I was no accurate way that
S He keeping track of the cartridges at the the scope of this foundation to Investigate -
him. expressed
the fear post and that It was possible for civilians and study the causes of ad- Has Done A World Of Good.Mrs. .

that to get them or for soldiers to get a verse social conditions including ignorance '
persistenceIn C. D. Philley, Marble Pails Texas. writes: "I have
In such legislative surplus. poverty and vice to suggest used Herblne and find it the best liTer corrective I have ever
> actlftn how these conditions can be remedied well world of good
tried. It done my family as as myself a
would have a I EXECUTIVEFirst I ameliorated and to put Into opera- and I recommend it to all my frien .t : disastrous effecton tion any appropriate means to that headaches anymore."
the efforts end. The headquarters of the founda- SOc WILL BUY IT.

;i the federal government All Steel Mail Car. tion will be at New York city but it

A fireproof mall car built almost entirely will be national its scope and activities -
s 4s to se- Co.
and the income will be used Ballard Snow Liniment
cure the exclusion of steel, has been in use on the only

:.: of Japa Pennsylvania railroad between Jersey for its charitable purposes. 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
laborers by City and Washington since last week, Spokane's Public Cleanup.
Governor friendly agreement It being the first of its kind. It is seventy Mayor Daggett of Spokane. Wash.

: and might also nullify the effect feet long or ten feet longer than has appointed April 6 as the city's
,.- of recent congressional enactments. the maximum length the government second annual arbor and cleaning up Sold and Recommended by

Upon receiving this telegram with a recognizes In paying for mall tran!'por- day under the direction of the "City Rod : :

: message from the governor the legis- tation. Only 370 pounds of fireproofedwood Beautiful" committee which now has

lature immediately passed a resolution are used In its construction. The under strict organization 50,000 men, CrossMarine

suspending all objectionable action. letter and paper cases and boxes are women and children ready to join in

Want Native Officers. of metal. There is storage space at the movement to clean the city and >>
each end of the car and It will not be plant trees and shrubs. Not a dollar
r The Porto Rican house of delegateshas necessary to turn it end for end at will be raised to hire labor all being L :L
sent this I
message to
terminals. The life of the postal clerk done voluntarily by the people regard- EnginesA
Roosevelt: 'Tbe house of delegates
aboard the new car will be as safe as less of their station in life. Last year
,t unanimously request you to appoint a that of a traveler aboard a Pullman not less than 20,000 persons took part a I
secretary of Porto Rico from among
*' Jamestown Exposition Stamps. It being the first movement of Its kind
the natives of Porto Rico thus giving
us an opportunity to demonstrate our The postoffice department has approved In the history of any America city r ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT.ED .

ability in self government. Such an the design for a one cent and a Recently San Francisco citizens had a FOR SATISFACTORY M _
two cent postage stamp as one of the similar public cleanup. .
act of justice will be gratefullj' received : USE IN FLORIDA WATERS
= the whole Aeries commemorative of the Jamestown -
by country.
exposition. The cent stamp will -
? Dakota Divorce Reform. I FOREIGN I
bear the likeness of Captain John Regal Marine Engines
x A bill bas passed both bouses of the Smith and the date of his birth and

"; South Dakota legislature requiring a death with the profile of PocahontasIn Paris Emerges From Darkness. Stand for the highest type of t

residence of one year In the state and the tipper left corner and of Pow- After several lays of confusion and mechanical skill and reliability ,

.. three months in the county before a hatan In the upper right corner. The discomfort caused by a general strikeof spark They ignition are: four automobile cycle! jump ,

+ divorce suit can be commenced and two cent stamp' will l>e an engravingof ; ; employees of the electric lighting; mechanical valves float type feed
t i providing that all hearings shall be in the landing of the first settlers at plants in the city of Paris the situation carburetor, enclose crank case,
t open court It Is expected: that this Jamestown. The bureau of engravingand has been relieved and the light steam forged crank shaft, and

law will stop the divorce! Industry. printing Is now at work on this once more turned on. This result was bronzed fewest number bearings.of working Have the

C which hay become distasteful to the series and the stamps will lee on sale brought about through concessions consistent with a perfect operating parts-

people of the state. throughout the country on April 2C made to the workers, amounting to a motor and many other

Hill Would Sell Out. the day of the opening of the expo"!- virtual victory for the labor forces Aconsequence exclusive features found only in the Regal

President J. J. Hill of the treat tion of the strike wls a lively THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
Northern In testifying before the Minnesota Roosevelt Restores Domain. incident! in the chamber of deputies
'' when M. Jatires, the Socialist leader Made in three types, H. 3 and 5 11. P. single cylinder 9 to 15 II
legislative committee whIch is Alnut :Ooanoo, acres of the SO.OCX- p double cylinder II. I'i four cylinder
trying to estimate the cost of the railroads interpolated tile government as to why
000 of reputed public coal lands which "
manufacture line
a of heavy, slow
of the state said he would be it bad threatened to use military engi- from 6 ellalI" speed, working engine*
have been withdrawn from sale nndIrfLemption single cylinder to 45 H. P. four cylin.ln.Th. .
\ glad to have the government take his lacers to operate the electric plants
[ by order of the presidentare bUlIdrrds
many of Regal
engines in
line but expressed the opinion that if to he I restored to the public domain Prime Minister Clcmeiiceau replied lt tile: tr. are a guarantee of the satisfaction now operation they thronghuntry -
are giving.
that his authority for contemplating
the should into the railroad
government go as it has been found tint they do not
business; congress! would be ke T\t contain coal In qmntilies such action was the "ri tt of societyto Get a Regal in the Beginning Don't Experiment
existence and the maintenance of
busy night and day making nppropnations The land restored does not }Include any
social order" in which he included the Handsome: explanatory catalogue mailed free
I In reply to a question as tot of the forest reservations. on request
the cost of the road be said' that it established public conveniences The Regal Gasoline
Influx Engine Co.
t Japanese Stopped.
disturbance opportunity for some
would cost upward of $40000 a mile gave
r to reproduce the Gl't'atorthen!. not President IJooevelt has issued an order old utterance on the part of the ultra Cold Water, Michigan
barring from the United Mates the IloyalMs
t counting terminals docks and other
,Japanese and Korean ltbon.'r.killej
property. Counting all property It Bulgarian Premier Killed.While .
and unskilled who had received -
would cost $(.o.OOO mI: ". II' : passports 4''
over a ( t; 7J .
walking public jnrden i-
; a
in : ,
to ;po to Met:cis Hiwan an<1 1 o.
said the capitalization of the road wi- .
at ib-olia Premier IVtkolT
was asxax.iuated
Canada and who hate heretofore usedthat
very low an average: of about $IT.Wa this by a di ; means of entering country
k i P<.troff. tin latter saying his purpose
Coincident with tins order tin president : THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO
. Prohibitionists Active. directed the dismissal of the two was to free i'.ul-.iri.i 1'ttkou wa

The Prohibition force in the Okla' smN filed in Fin rniihiscii with a with former I'lemier. St.uululotTbeu THE FARRAND-CECILIAN PIANO
homa constitutional convention won n of be was a .HisNimt ..l in 1MO and bet .
view to testing the treaty rights
decisive' victory when the proTHon Japanese: children to enter the white nine the leader of the Stan:bulnff par- THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO

M submitting! the question of prohibition hools. This WT ipursiunn? of ty. Fears are expressed that this new

separately to the people of the new his agreement; to tike such action crime will deal to a n-openin;; of the

tate was adopted by a tote of 17 to 11 when the San Francisco: school hoard 1'ilkan: tronbh's

.. The Arkansas state senate defeatedi rescinded its original resolution ex- Hamburg Strike Hurts Trade.

measure which provided\ for submit tlrding Japanesechildren from the About "iHH) dotk laborers at Hamjunr -

ling to the people at the next state schools. Tins the board has done. Germany refused to sign the t 1, tG t'
: election the question of license or ( p
no them to do
New Spanish Minister Here. agreement requiring night

license Senor n. Pina y Millet the fin work and were locked out.- To avoid
s Knoxville to Go Dry. I p.mi"h minister to reach WashingtonM delay nnd trouble several vessels of the

. Under the state local option law the the departure ?f Senor OJedi in I Hamburg-American line were ordered

f .Ity of Knoxville Tenn., held an election .April l'X;, has arrived! at In* po st. lie i| to (his.k at \ntw(>['I'.

last week and the temperance par ay; lie Ins come on a mission to help j The Central American War. Tfl '* IBLH

, ty won out In sensational form amiNin -l hoth1t1tri live down the past to7etnent i News reaching New Orleans told ol $ p4w- -- -
:ing and marching; thousands and their frn"itMin and make it | "*"**"* r---
between the i w
two days of hard fijlitiiu: ** t- MI LJ<- ji
the praying of women The result! wn latinlie statK that S:' un has pr >speml forces of tndiinis, and Nitiraniidunug L-tn ifeg .i.1 : ,
of t.!!'.!! In favor of i i
:i majority "no sa- since" the 'IOMof the SpinMi i : which the Iltindurano were the I
loons Men nab women of nn stations American war tklt theco'iflut brnul.t II
nn'S--oI'S.: and \inrajnns:: were I
wealthy families in c'ltl"i:1'l' tli" IM-.1\11'] of the .':ai'ito :i r alizi- lrin'n bick 1'resident rnmilia of !

, society! matrons grizzled war \'t'r.m" tion of the n.*f.:.-:;:'tr .>f ir!:iki->?* n>ate- Ilutidurat has take the hell in IK.T !

an.I school' children joined in the pi riil prosre>., and that Stain: could not I I >on. going; to the front In his war auto

rae and In the work at the pill*. loner remain inactive wli'lo other m mobile. His litii<.ultu-.b \ > have :I.

Pennsylvania Capitol Frauds. lions were ndvannnc. In speaking of .: been intrensed loy the activity of a n-l>- + \
The legislative; commission at liar the rhnPl'int; lie indicate that sr) far : el party with which ho his! had if -'S '
ri..huhas:: begun; its inquiry into the as the ;government of Spain is concerned fight at this rntx-nl time They were !
there i is no d".>p regret over the 1 lo>s : nmr.t..r of the === S
new state capitol scandal' with testimony saul to hive caMurM a r V W *c-Vi \* fcr *= rftrf >
f from Consulting Engineer Green of those Nlnnds to the Spanish <'r' \rn. i i government>.

showing that Architect Huston had altered I Tiie report of a personal clash}li 'between I I

designs; so as to use cheaper ma- I 50CIOLOGICAil : President 7liva anti 'Ir, Merge f J&BCW- r -

terial. Green had never heard of the the American minister, was denied

"per foot" rule. Many documents are by the Nicaraguan representative aWa
mNsIng First fruits of the probe $10,000.000 Sage Foundation. !'hmton. Senor Corp. and aKo l>v

were the prompt refunding; of the $:;:..- Through her attorney Robert W. DeForest the tate department but Merry 1\: 1 A line that meets all demands

000 interest by the Harrisburg Trust Mrs Russell Sage; recently told ''left the country and relations were both as to quality and price
f the public that she hid vet aside: : strained
company on the first $1.000,000 appro
Sin.fK'O.ooO of her Inheritance to lie I II
priation. I Selling Price from $450 to $850Full
known as the Cage foundation under I C. 1sTI.IE1.
Officer Assails Brownsville. the trusteeship of Cleveland II podge, Sears the ice K Yci n. i ll'a211 lSI. iItBigtitTre
Before the senate committee which Daniel C. Oilman John :M. Glenn particulars sent on application

has resumed Its hearings Captain Kll Helen Gould, fl"l. William B Rice I YI1 -

barn of the Twenty-sixth infantry testified Miss Louisa L. Schuyler and R. W. Pe INDIAN RIYERlUSIClOUSE

as to the attitude of the people I Forest Its object Is "the 1 Subscribe for THE STAII right now TITUSVILLE

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r FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR '3&n : ,' ,'.

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; --, 01 ,T RELIGIOUS I Kit'sNeuralgia
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}' 't' .-";' Will Mrs. Eddy Appear?
d \< t .
o., ._ !y't' J Unless some compromise should be

arranged at the last moment it Is cer-

.. S a-$0ri a;.": \ .3. :j. tain that the first consequence of the

,'t 1 receivership suit brought against the
', rif" 1 1F officials of the Christian Science churchon and those sharp, shooting,

' 4 1 behalf of its venerable founder agonizing pains drive you Y

Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, by her almost take Dr.
: i iP.T: ;i-n1&: /\11'$ I son, George W. Glover and other relatives ,
." will be the summoning of the ) Anti-Pain Pills,

.$" 1.d ... much discussed woman into court for and get relief. They drive tout

"!. -m,' f examination as to her mental condi the pain by their
tion. Counsel for the petitioners say

I paid for in cash by Mr. Rogers. While the question of admitting the that the only escape from this will bea soothing effect upon the i

;g I COMMERCIAL I Frank Rockefeller Penniless.A alleged affidavit signed in Hummers physician's certificate that she Is too nerves. When taken as di
: suit brought at SL Louis by Frank office by Sirs. Thaw was In abeyancethe ill to obey the order, which, they say rected *
state called Its battery of six emi- in effect they are harmless, i-i
would be -
Rockefeller brother of John D., against i
Morgan Sees the President.
; .'r' Gross nent alienists and propounded to thema '" a repudiation and leave no bad after-ef-
Henry a mining promoter to recover
,Pierpont Morgan after, a conference $2G3,000: said to have been lost 12.000 word hypothetical question 4f j; of the faith fects. That's the reason jV

I with President Roosevelt said lD the purchase of mining property Inthe taking an hour and a half to read. { b for which she
that he had gone at the of Tae first It his '" % they are so popular with
\J request several Missouri lead and zinc district disclosed doctor Flint gave as y, ( .y' tK va stands In the '

,if-F' business men to discuss with the the fact that this younger brother opinion that Thaw knew the nature 1 reyes of her numerous all who use them. Your ,

I t. president the business situation particularly of the head of the Standard Oil and quality of the act when he shot follow druggist can tell what

as affecting railroads. lieu.Id company was in hard straits for cash. White and that It was wrong. It recited ?k+rJ,Wt ers. Mrs. Eddy's others in you

-f he had suggested to the president ne claims to have been taken in by : most of the facts: brought out in a deposition must your locality '

the desirability of receiving the promoter's representations and ad- the evidence and finished with the be taken before think of them. / ,

1 the presidents mits to being without funds in consequence foregoing question as to Thaw's state March 20 in or- 1 do positively think that Dr. Maes' +t
a of mind at the time of his act. Anti-Pain Pills are the best medicineever
of this Gross filed der to be one
1 < et of several of the large Investment. put upon the market. I find

;, w railroads such as the an answer denying Rockefellers alle- Marvin Kidnaping Case.A week before the without them so restful and soothing, and
any after-effects.
I have
I :f:. i Pennsylvania the gations. The court ruled against re letter signed "The Velvet Hand"Is t 7jri i! trial date of suffered with neuralgia so that my E

.;: New York Central covery. said to have been received by Dr. April :. One system would just ache and quiver. t
and I cannot take f
opiates! but I can
k: "' and the New York. Horace Marvin of Bay Meadows Del., George W. Glover.e development take these tablets and they always e !
> New Haven anlllIarttord.anddI5cuss offering for $1,000 cash to return his in the case relieve me. Ko one that suffers with
I INDUSTRIAL I neuralgia need tear to take them
,' three-year-old boy Horace 3Ianln.Ir. was the joining of E. J. Foster an I know they will not form a habit for as

f'P.. Morgan. ing with them proper .. who disappeared from home over adopted son of Mrs. Eddy and of her If there was any opiate In them I could

': :steps to be taken to allay the public Louisville Car Strike. two weeks ago and who was believedto second cousin F. W. Baker with the not take when them.I feel. Just baa. and one in I can the do morning tor

have been abducted. The letter plaintiffs. It was in the eighties that work all day. '
unrest which threatens to obstruct railway Employees of the Louisville. Street MRS. W. H.
.- Investments and construction and railway went on strike to enforce their was dated Wilmington and mailed in Foster a physician was formally Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain BURKETT Pills, Macon sold, Ga. t:

that the president had expressed his demands for better pay and recognition Philadelphia. Marvin was told to take adopted by Mrs. Eddy and taken into your druggist, who will guarantee are that by i
k her house as her publisher. Ten the first package will benefit.
readiness them with this.end and the cars the company tried to the money to the entrance of a certain or falls I he will return your money. If it

-.:: In riew., run were stopped by angry mobs of park and hand it to a man with a red twelve years later he disappeared" from 25 doses, 23 cents. Never sold. in built

$ As showing the apprehension of rail- strikers and their sympathizers. There handkerchief about his neck. He was view entirely. lIe now comes forward Miles Medical Co., Elkhart:, Ind .

:;:1 Tray men concerning the administration's have been several clashes between police warned not to tell the police on threats and says he has been living in a se- e ,

< of never seeing his alive and told cluded part of Vermont after being
attitude toward the roads word and strikers and some destruction boy ,
comes: from New Orleans that Captain of property. Several cars were liter- that if he obeyed he would find his son driven from the Eddy house by a conspiracy -

1 J. T. >Jones, president and principal ally torn to pieces. Farley the strikebreaker In the Broad street station. Philadel- headed by Calvin A. Frye the Tie Matt Valuable Sel of Vatkl and Boal-

owner of the Gulf and Ship Island railroad was said to be in the city. phia. Dr. Marvin had already offered footmansecretary.Christian Building Books ever Rrbl' hid:

In a letter to certain officials, re- New men were pulled from their a reward of $_0,000 for the return of Science Healing Barfed. RUDDERHOWTO

f ferring to Roosevelt and Bryan said. places by the strikers. hh son. and the Delaware legislature The bill making the practice of Chris-

( ; "With two demagogues running for Federal Aid to End Strike. appropriated ?2,000 for the expense of tian Science healing unlawful has passed BOOKSOver

b president, or, rather one running and The Southern Pacific: railway and Its employing detectives work on the both bonnes of the Delaware legis- Joco boats have bern built from the Cnes
ease. lature primed in these trote-Successfully sailed Si
: the other occupying the president'schair by large majorities.Zion
4 striking telegraphers have agreed to every clime and upon every sea-Fun detail
it is "a dangerous situation for City's Founder Buried.In drawing of ill parts showing what it is and Show
submit their differences to a board ol
to make it-Text extremely sanple
business men and business companies. arbitration under the federal law ol I SCIENTIFICSpirit I his apostolic robes and with osten t
George J. Gould also Is credited with HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
1898. The board Is composed of three tatious ceremony the body of John Al-
K foot aiw.U-t. L.,,,....y tft build;frames afl b oiwerp
the prediction that severe business depression persons chosen by the employers the exander Dowie was buried in Zion ; good nd,.g boat for a U-y to kauri the boomer ia. f

will result unless legislation employees and the commerce commis- Voice on Death. City March 14, after lying in state for HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA K

t r Against the railroads ceases. In which sion chairman respectively. The alleged spirit message from the .two days in Shiloh House. The services l loa! .fine.1'..boat. II.for.......fti-rwmi.........",1._.Iin..<.<..or...iDwktnff'1MuJt;....abort.pavrr fa #
I opinion he was Joined by E. H. Har- late Dr. Richard Hodgson to his living : were conducted In Zion tabernacle by : hit; full f..uumad pieta-cof completed "-ta.I .
Anthracite In Illinois.A I HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
ii : riman. friend and former coworker. Professor Judge Barnes one of the few elders
five foot vein of anthracite coal! Sort mrmafnl racist* maraine err designed; a prtortanrr
Stocks Lowest In Years. Hyslop. through the mediumshlp of who had remained faithful to Dowie. .. in. A_a.a.AMa aad aeutr ha; ea., to build)aarwHOW >
has just been opened near )Marion Mrs. Piper of Boston, are described by I &e. &10.
i t Throughout the list of active railroad Mrs. Dowie and -her son Gladstone attended
Ill and it is said to be equal to the Dr. Isaac Funk the New York TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
and Industrial securities which publisher although Dowie had refused to Simple! and prartirtl thowin bow toconatnettlaaaet:
finest grade of Pennsylvania anthra In his book. The Psychic Rid- bun tor ue will aaoiotor.. s vral ewer plaoa.
had suffered several declines recently see them up to the last and would not

1: prices slumped from 1 to 25: points on cite. dleDr.. Funk says the subject is one forgive their desertion of him when be I HOW film TO all BUILD.....".
: :March 13 and 14, representing many Slower Trains Demanded.As that should not be scoffed at. The spirit was deposed by the adherents of aiM;..cit.falc torhake w aat.ra
of Hodgson Is believed to have talked BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT
t -
millions in values. On all the exchanges a result of recent railway wrecks: Voliva.
A drvr little& E boat,with moderate overhang aM
brokers were overwhelmed the managers of several trunk lines: to Mrs. Piper while she was In the The city has been In a state of great man vul plea

i with selling orders, and In Wall street leading Into Chicago have expressedtheir I trance state and wrote what was saidon excitement on account or'the appear HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE
sheets of paper In Hyslop's pres- Fag to taild.enorrtb'DIf straight:just the craft for a bo<;
there was little short of panic. It was intention of running trains on ance of several new claimants to the 10 be..a w.Saa to built'ery doeapiy sloop rcancHOW

by far the greatest break since the lower schedule. A number of promi-] I ence. One message says. "It is delightful leadership<< of Zion.Jacksonv"les TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT .

Pacific of :May 1901. nent Chicago bankers lawyers and to go through the cool ethereal atmosphere A rotnptete den,y.pto..1 bow to build a aodel;aJao liaai
Northern corner ...
I rf aUI wad la aail alf 1IIOdc.
and shake off the mortal
I At the same time there was a sharp railroad men have signed a petition to new amusement resort -
Advance in money rates and Secretary the New York Central and PennsylvanIa I}' body. The spirit said further that : Dixieland Park located on the PRICE $1. EACH !
during his effort to communicate to the
Cortelyou announced that he would managements requesting<< the ex- j banks PREPAID BY CXFMCSS ANYWHERE
living he felt If In of the Johns at South Jacksonville
I not recall the $30.000.000 placed in the tension of the New York and Chicago j as a stuffy atmosphere Bound in cloth-Gold btterinc-Size opas..
j t or as if going into a place of foul was formally opened to the 9 by 12 niches-Larte..u1y..dr31l11 plans.:
schedule from !
national banks by the treasury last eighteen to twenty
: smells Dr. Funk believes that we are public last Saturday.
hours the winter months. No
September.This during THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.::

1 fall In stocks coming as it did action so far has been taken and some In the presence of "a scientific! demonstration The light in the new Hillsboro Inlet a MuMMAr STHECT New Yo"". U. S. A

in the face of long continued condI- of the officials say that the eighteen of a future life. If Hyslop is lighthouse off Fort Lauderdale began Sfnd postal for Catalogue of Books forI'achtsman's
I hour schedule will not be altered! and I! right about these messages 1-eiiig received. Library.
tions of prosperity, was unexplainable burning Friday night. It gives a flash
i lIe (Funk has no doubt now
concerted that people who want to slower ,
except on a theory of a go
that every twenty seconds, and can be
"intelligences foreign to our five
movement by the financial Interests in have plenty of slow trains at their
1 senses can and<< do communicate with seen a distance of eighteen miles at
-control of the railroad systems the disposal.
some of those who are living in the sea. The lighthouse ant equipmentare
of which have recently
spokesmen Copper Miners Win Fight. *"
among the best in use in the
.been predicting disaster If the attitude -
Men employed In the larger copper '
of government toward the Doctors Weigh a Soul l.i United States.
mines of Montana have signed: a five
When That the human soul fans material ERRYS
railroads should not be changed. a
year agreement with the manager i
:, this statement was brought to the attention which grants the Increase. wages! demanded vehicle susceptible of being; measuredand The Knockout Blow.

of the president he said that weighed by human science Is the
contingent on the price of copper The blow which knocked out Corbettwas
stock fluctuations had nothing to do remaining above a certain point conclusion of six years of experimentation a revelation to the prize fighters. Seedsprove tr

with his duty In enforcing the laws. by Drs. Duncan. MncDougall and From the earliest days of the ring the their worth at harvest

Fish In Missouri Pacific. jsyroul of llaverhill and Dr. Grant of I knockout blow was aimed for the jaw, time. After over fifty years ofsuccess.Miey

I LEGALCRIMINALLackawanna I lAwrence. Mass. The experiments in the temple or the jugular vein. Stomachpunches are pronouncedthe
Stufn ant Fish, whom E. H. Harriman thrown In to
or I question were conducted In a Massachusetts were worry and best and surest by careful "
deposed from the presidency weary the tighter but if a scientific man
sanitarium and Yourdealer
were kept an planters everywhere.
the Illinois Central was elected to the Rebate Trial. had told one of the old fighters that the t
I entire secret from the outside world j sells them. 1901 Seed
t directorate of the Missouri Pacific the The Delaware Lackawanna antI'T'esh'rn i lII vulnerable spot was the region of
| I until definite results could In shown. free on request.
of the Gould system and it Is j the stomach he'd have laughed at him
king pin which
Railway was
company : D.M.FERRY Jt: CO..Det.I; MUk. )
The essential thus far !
point de\t'npt'tl for an ignoramus. Dr. Pierce is
take active bringing
understood that he Is to an Indicted on AUR. 10 last by the federal
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i| is that hlllUt't.Jitehafter the heart has i bo3tf>.to the public a parallel fact; that
part in the managementStock grand jury for giving rebates to Lowell 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE'
j (-eased to beat and at the momentwhen. thtisVmacVJs the most vulnerable organ

Increase of the P. R. R. M. Palmer traffic agent of the j jAmerican j' in the usual phraxe<.I.>ccv. the out of\he pro ring as well as in it. We 1A e

At the sixtieth annual stockholders Sugar; : Refining company' "s ul leaves the I"'lh'tbt'n' is an ai>- protect burJi vH5.throats, feet and lung,
railroadat and its associate corporations, was but theVfctJJribtfVwe are utterly indiffer-
the Pennsylvania
meeting I i prvciaWe loss in tin I uglily weight
authority was voted to tried before Jud:re Holt and a Jury In !| ent to, until disc\\finds the solar plexus I
Philadelphia j i which cannot lie accounted for by ;
; << any
and knocks us out. Make: your stomachronj
stock 100000.J the criminal branch of the UnitedStates | i
Increase the capital by : scientific deductions! 000 and to Issue another $1t>.).000,0(>') '[ \'in'uit"Qurt on its plea of not data. I'iorcPn! orIw
i physical Ica .Jtl..O\.f i > a"
of bonds. The board was left to deter-i guilty. The jury disagreed. ;j' Preparatory to the tests the doctors |' Ton '.r".t _"'""'""' .1' \Our f''I""r: rl. TRADE MARKS

form and condition of the,1onds. Ruef Must Stand Trial. 11' '.. ..pot. .\Joldenlldlcaf DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
mine the j :.; arranged a 1..1 l for dying patients on Discovery7
President McCrea broke all i, Abraham Kuef. the San Francisco f a scale carefully balanced tLat the cures ""weak stomach; indigestion or &.c. ,

precedents by taking an active part in Political llt.? -. who failed appear in .H'tt.-t ieviati. iKX-ciuie at oet<< r a|>- dyspepsia: torpid liver, bad. thin and impure Anyone ascertain sending onr m nketrti opinion and free description whether ma an yqnlrkly 3
blood<< and other di>l.a.'S of the organs inventi.m n protinbiy patentaMe.!' OmsmBnirations
the proceedings. He voted proxies representing court and who was arrested in a Mib- parent. The eslKriutents euvertder'1 >ev- of strict If conttdentul. Handbook Patent*
: digestion and
J250.000.000 market values* i urban resort through thIntluen'f' off MOnt free. OIde acenrr for MK-urinz pmtenti!
: cases fnclu-llui! both men and wo- The "Golden Medical Iiscuv-ry"haa: Patenta taken tbr 'neh Mann Jt Co. receive rpe
The policy Is to raise the age limit a state senator after the sheriff bad men. and ia every instance<< the result | specific curative effect upon all mucous ud notice without chxrve in the

employees to forty-five awl call for given up findin-r him was brought: iva" prt.-ti'.all}' the .Ul1t.. i sLmviuir a surfaces and hence cur; catarrh no Scientific Jlm ritan.A .

college experts. i i trial on the oharjw of extorting: moneyI ., lo-s in weight of from half au vuu x to j matter where Kn-atcd or what -tag it
nandgomely nrartraf weeklT. Tarcert ctr-
The New Haven's New Alliance. I from certain French restaurants au ounce within: a few seconds afterthe may have reached. In Nasal Catarrh it relation of any ncientlBc Vmrnal. Terms 13 m '
i$ well to cleanse the pas<;is.>> wth: Dr. rear: Tonr m-j'iths,|L Sold by'il tie rs J laler5.MUNN&Co.36lBrMd .
The report that the New York. E'wIIat'en Evelyn's Story Contradicted. cessation; of i>:iiy''ic":1.i lif,'. It ttacnoted
ten-'sCatarrh: << Remedy fluid whale>m? New York
and Hartford railroad had acquired ,i When the Thaw trial was rt'UIDOOI as an interest:: Incident that I
the i
"lli..o\.ry a constitutional<< rein- Hraorh OtTire. 3S K St.. Wm.-hiD.jtwn.l>.C. _
the Merchants and Miners' week District Attorney Jeromesltuwed while generally: this, Shan;.m "viurredf edy. U'fty the "(;o.n Medical! DiK"iv1 I ....:,;a...."'" .... .
Transportation company, which operates : that ho had .-\.k-vl: tit> g Immediately after the heart had ,va<:(' ery cures catarrhal .li?.M..>-'. a- <.: th,

. steamships along thl'tlantle i ahead and try ti> prove that Thaw was to beat in the case of a plile.:inatic !stomach bmvi-ls.! blaiid UKI other \N'h\ 'c KILLYHE COUCH

coast, was confirmed by rreldentIel'- san at the time of the shooting. J.[ man. slow of thought and action the organs: will be plain to yon if you will I AND CURE THE LUNGS

chance was delayed a full minute afterapparent read a booklet of extracts from the writIng ----- --
I Clinch Smith brother-in-law of Stanford i
len.Rogers'. .
White, was allowed to tell of hisconversation !. death. The observations andnotes "* of eminent medical authorities en- ;; '
Railroads Unite. --r.
: d"l'in: its ingr<<'di 'nLi and xpiainin [} (
were made l>y tilt physicians **' ink s
with Thaw on tho :Madi-
Tire various rdnlml! ""e'tir- their curative proj,"rtios. It :- mad
railroads which have beenbuilt son llu.lrlrOoJ f garden just before the Mt careful rce.

Jinia0.11 11. 11. Rogers of the StandardOil shooting.occurred, Thaw's remarks appearing thorn to l>p in suJxtantlal a(' 1Iluffalo.. N. Y. Th:;* b-.i-; riv-: all the New Discovery

by have 1-eeu brought together rational enough. Jerome then j and all attempts to disprove tIlt soan-1-' Ingredients:: entering: into Dr. Pierre's

company of the VirginiaRailway called Lawyer Hummel and despitestrenuous ness of their conclusions have failed to medicine from which it will be seen that ONSUMPTl09! Price

under the name I j chancre the result." In connection withthese they contain not a drop of alcohol! pure OUGHS i
These railroadsare [ objections of the defense. \ FOR and SOc &$1.00
company. i triple-refined glycerine icing used instead.
i experiments" tests were al'o OLDS Free '
that ; got into the evidence answers assert- +[ Trial.
unIque in one J't s1('<"t-namely. Dr. Pifrce's !great thonsind-pac illustrated i
ing that Thaw's wife bad tolJ Iluia- made with the lower animals, principally
stock has teenIssued Common S.-nw Medical
share of A lvi>er
bond or Guaranteed for all THROAT
not a the entire expenditurefor mel of being abused by her husband I dogs; the result! in those cases I' will be> sent free. pai" T-bound. for 21 one I LUNG TROUBLES and
then MONEY
on which tra'erseeml j and haJ disavowed the statement that being that no deviation of the scales cent stamps,or cloth-bound for 31 stampi BACK. or
the lines Address Dr. Pierce as above i
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? THE FLORIDA STAR satisfied with the immigration situa- ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE .

tion. If, however, he takes the view + ]
State Organization Looking Tow* # .
a Eaarea second-class ittbepatotfleestTtttu.geU mail mstter.s that a state cannot assist immigration ,.. ,(.& J

in any way he will place the ad- ard Special LegislationTo
Kills 8._".r, Editor Md PrnMUhar. .
ministration in an embarassing position the Temperance People*f Florida.On

PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY HORNING and strike those states that the 23rd of January a mass f i.. CKA
It mart be eleartj understood that neither have planned to assist immigrationa meeting of citizens was held at wi t

TH 8TA DOT its editor is responsible for blow. Ocala looking to the organization ofa
pretty severe Your FerlflixerYonll
# '.pia1ouezp.ed by eorreapondenti. h Choose Your Yields by Qooslnr v& ,
Florida anti-saloon league. A provisional
REPORT OF COMPTROLLERVast committee was appointed, get Timothy crop like that In the ng! t- m
t A traveler in the east, recently returned -
that in the with Rev. W. R Lambert as chair- You'll; ,,,:! 0
to New.York, says
; Improvement on Docu- man, to correspond with the national provided you choose a fertilizer containing&%of
event of between Japan and this
: war ment Over Previous ReportsThe r'
S officers and arrange for the organization -

country, the Japanese army would annual report for 1906 of the of a state league. POTASH ,

I : land in California and couldn't be state comptroller is at hand, and in Thursday, March 7th, at Starke,
To find how to the best result from mm* crate*
: stopped this side of the Rocky Moun- it we find some very salient recom- the committee met and made a provisional aDd other crop,write ret for the"Farwer-a QaWe." Scat Inc.though .. ,

tains. That would be bad for the California mendations,made by that state of- organization pending the worth much GERMAN-write to KALI WORKS

; ? legislature and the San Fran- ficial. meeting of the different church bodies "''''-!. Ntmu sa.. w AUuIa.Oa.-IZU CaIk.IIr.

cisco school board. The comptroller points out clearlythe in the state, when they will be

t fact that no existing law requires asked to name representatives on a

A,Mississippi judge has held thata theTassessment for taxation of rail- state board of trustees, which will Mrs'

theater ticket is a license and not a road and other corporations on their'ranchise represent the churches of Florida in / "

interests but refrains from thisJmportant work.
lease, that is, it licenses the holderto
recommending such a law. He does Rev. W. R. Lambert was appointed -
the seat called for, butdoesn't
occupy him of the rights of recommend a requirement for the superintendent, pending the appointment Interesting Bits of State New secured a carload at Little River Sat
.; give" any periodical examination of private by the churches of their I urday, which should have gone out

a lease holder. Otherwise stated, banks, including savings banks, and .members of the state board of trustees The annual meeting of the Florida I that day, but for some reason was

-,' .the holder of the ticket may sitS the imposition thereon of a reason- when permanent organizationwill Grand Lodge of the Knights of delayed in loading and it did not got
Pythias will begin In Orlando on Wed
S through the performance if his personal able graded fee to cover the cost of be effected.It off until yesterday. The car was all('.
ti nesday.It
S appearance meets with the approval I examination. is highly important that steps be taken to Jacksonville! by the Florida
here last week that
of the usher. Another, and a very important taken looking to the passage of an was reported East Coast Railway and then consigned

: ..... recommendation is for the levy of anti-shipping bill, to prevent com- soon be connected by an inland wa- to the Atlantic Coast Line
ter steamer route. The report hast
The referendum is to be applied in special taxes to cover all appropri- mon carriers from delivering intoxicating that a steamer is building in Chi- Railway for transportation to Chicago.

p Massachusetts to an act of the legis- ations outside of those legitimately liquors in dry territory in the cago to be used for this service. By

lature abolishing capital punish- payable from the general revenue state of Florida. working in connection with the Fer-

fund. This is done with referenceto This is to ask pastors and all tem- nandina-Brunswick steamer, this route
During the past several years MANALINCopyngut
r' ment.
the pension fund and the state perance people to see their represent- would prove a paying one from the

there has been considerable agitation board of health fund, and there is, atives and senators at once, and urge start.-Fernandina Record.

t of the proposition to abolish the therefore, not only reason, but high them to work and vote for the pass- Through the generosity of Mrs.

Y1 death penalty for crime. The legis precedent for the recommendation.From age of this measure. Lucy C. Carnegie, Fernandina will .

lature has adopted a bill carrying the various tables of statistics The address of Bro. Lambert will soon have a public hospital. Mr 5''S MADE
c the abolition into effect, providingthe appended to the report, it appears be for the present at Tallahassee, Carnegie has donated valuable property L- t19Mi

people ratify it in the next gen- that the assessed valuation of where we hope you will write him, in Fernandina for a hospital site

: eral election. This, it is said, will be property for taxation has increased telling him how your representativesstand and the Board of Trade is at work

a the first experience of Massachusettswith since 1901 $44,467,679, the aggregatefor on the shipping bill, and giving completing the organization of a hos-

the referendum. 1906 being $142,018,871. The him any other information you think pital association to receive the prop- r

comptroller discusses the ever-recur- he ought to have to assist him in doing erty and arrange for the erection of a ttq

e ring topic of better assessment meth- this great work.It suitable building. I

The New Immigration Acts ods, so that with a genuine valuationthe is necessary that pastors open Wednesday morning last, Peter T

As we understand it the attorney reduction of the tax rate wouldbe their pulpits to this cause, and in Knight, while sitting In his office I

general hasn't yet decided whetheror inevitable, but offers no remedyfor every way help to create a moral smoking, dropped a lighted match on I

not under the new immigration the evil of low and unequal valu- sentiment in the state that will no the floor, as he supposed but instead
it into box of dynamite
act,"the act that goes into effect on ation, except to suggest "a more !. longer tolerate the liquor traffic weighing dropped about a eighteen pounds.

general cooperation of the tax within her borders.
s:! July 1,a state may assist immigrants payers Shortly afterwards, noticing that itwas ,
and more uniform action by the tax Hoping for speedy victory and
; He has decided that it may do so un- burning, he quickly snatched the !
Copyngut I**,67 Tba MaBa Co.
"Mild words butter the cooperation of
assessors. no pledging hearty
lighted refuse and threw it away, without
til the new act into effect, and
i goes
has given notice that he will renderhis parsnips," and until an executive department the National league, I am sincerely, any damage resulting.-Key West Excellent Remedy for
of the state government G. W. YOUNG, Citizen.

opinion of that act prior to t-aly shall have adopted the drastic policy Ass't. Gen. Supt. A. A-S. L.

1. The impression prevails that his so often recommended, of pos- First Carload Tomatoes. CONSTIPATIONAnd

./ opinion will be favorable to the con- itively requiring the assessors to Rapidly Passing Away Miami Record.)

; tention, that it will still be possible obey the plain provisions of the law There is always considerable rivalry Many
Here are some interesting figures the Ailments
'k for a state to assist immigrants. If; and assess property at its "full cash among vegetable growers and
by; states of the present status of the
it is otherwise the administration value," under penalty of instant removal shippers as to who shall get off the Resulting Therefrom.
liquor traffic in the south:
from office, no reform in this first carload of tomatoes each year.
rather awkward
will be placed in a Alabama has 20 counties free from Useful in Overcoming
direction can be hoped for. The Jaudon Brothers have been successful -
+ position, because it gave southern saloons, Arkansas has 44 counties
times, but this from
laws are ample and strictly manda- many year
to understand that the Colds and Headaches
congressmen but free from saloons. Every county in reports it woul appear that E. l:-
tory, they are systematically
s bill that is now the law which is the ignored and disobev.ed. Florida is dry but 8. Georgia has :Montfort was the lucky man.

subject of speculation, wouldn't 104 counties free from saloons, Ken- The first carload of tomatoes to Requiring a
The difficulty of securing returns
change the old I law in so far as the the tucky has 47 counties free from saloons leave the State this season was grown
only remedy suggested is the.
Louisiana has 20 counties free by E. E. )Montfort a former Miami, LAXATIVETo
efforts of southern states to secure seeking of "further sources of reve-
from saloons, Maryland has 15 count- boy who is now engaged in growinga
immigration are concerned. The nue." Here the law is fatally defective -
St ies free from saloons, Mississippi has crop at Fulford and shipping from
administration was extremely de- in that it simply providesthat that station last Dispel Them. It Has
Saturday Tie car
G5 counties free from saloons.;: South
,. sirous that the immigration bill the tax payer may make oath Carolina is preparing to abolish her was consigned to J. C. Justin, Fhilalelphia. a Gentle Action on the

should be passed, because it contained to his return, or may omit or refuseto The Florida East Coast Rai'- II
her be-
IF dispensaries: which insures ,
. r a provision for the settlement of make any return. When the law way took the car to Jacksonville!
the proverbial LIVER
coming as dry as pow- KIDNEYS
,..r school compels the tax paver under heavy where it was turned over to the Atlantic
the California-Japanese
ques- der house. Texas has 153 counties i
penalties, to make accurate and true Coast Dispatch for transportation -
free from saloons. Practically the -AND-
tion.The returns there will be a change for to the Quaker City. Mr. Mont
New York Tribune, in discuss- whole of Tennessee, except a few of
the better and not before.DcLandDaytona fort will send another carload this
ing this subject,contends that neither the larger towns and cities, is with- week. BOWELS.THE .

the old law nor the new law was Good RoadIn out saloons, also a large part of Vir- Jaudon Brothers, of this city. who I

ginia, North Carolina and Delaware, for the four han I MAN-A-LIN CO.
intended to prevent states from get all probability it will be but a past years sent out i ,
while both the manufacture and sale the first carload of tomatoes. still !
ting immigrants by assisting them. short while until Daytona and De- ii
are entirely forbidden by law in in the ring. Through them a representative :I COUIU8U3. OHIO. U. S. A.I .
' S The purpose of prohibiting the bring- Land are connected by a paved high-
Maine, Kansas North and South Dakota.Daytona of Hall, Wedge and Carte, I
ing of laborers into the country un- way. A county road mass meetingwas Gazette. I

der labor contracts was to prevent held in Daytona a few days ago, It. 4\ !\.J\.f\ If j{t'f' \ '" to. 1\ 1\\ If 1\ 1\ 1\\ 1'1 '\ ,11 1\ 1\ f\ 1 1 ,
when steps were taken to the 1t llrlllllllllllrllll.rllrllr.rll.rlrlllrllllllr, ,
manufacturers and other employers secure .Xlwajg'lJ Cough Kvtuv-
building of a good road between dy in the House
operating under our protective sys-;
these two points. According to the "\\e would not l>e without ChamoerUin -
from native
tem, subjecting
Daytona Journal "Dr. E. L. Potter Cough Kemedi. It H kept on I The I
unfair It is not to FertilizersFifty
to competition. commissioner from the Daytona district hand continually in onr home. s-ay Mapes
be presumed that the state has any \VV.. (earner:editor of the Independent l-
in his efforts to provide a hard Lrmry City, Mu. That i isju-t what
such motive as that which the law surface road between DeLand and ..n>n' family should do When kept at

I individuals and hand ready for instant UH-, cold may be ,. w
attributes to corpora- the coast has secured a propositionfrom ..
I cheeked at Hu.outset and cured in much
\ tions. The Tribune, in this connection one of the largest road build- less time than after: it ha: betoine'ettletl years'experience throngh three
<.n: -
S S "The state's ing concerns in the United States in the H tt'm. This remedy is il-o with- g
says: purpose to ;: erations of the :
'nta {.e'er for croup in children. and' will family.We :;
must be admitted to be benevolent, construct such a road at cost and present the attack when siren i a* s-mn and the for probibition since there are not sufficient fundsin the child become; hoarse, or even after: :
argument Our thirtieth
in the
the the croupy rough appears, which can only year state. R'
county treasury to for
I does not hold against it as it does pay be done when the renu-dv n kept at I Our goods combine
safety reliability and
same, Dr. Potter has far :
gone so as hand. For ale by Red Cross Pharmacy
against the private employer. If a I 3 profit for the grower.
personally arrange for the placingof ::
state is willing to pay money out of bonds to cover the cost of this FLIES: FLIES: No dangerous compounds. :..

its treasury to assist immigration, road." Flies breed disease: they come from E Ask our agents for pamphlets and find the ::

the natural inference is that such) water closets, stable and"ewera, and I reason why onght to buy
Eczema, Tetter. Salt Rheum, Itch King light on your food. Fhe:* contain disease c:::? you our goods. :,
4' i immigration constitutes no menace VV orm, HerH*. Barl> r'g germs says Dr. McCormick of the state ..

to either local or national welfare." ItchAll hoard of health of Kentucky, Sticky fly E. L.
Agents ; Brady & Bro.
of these diseases are attended b\' paler i is one of the best methods of killing Titusville ::
t This seems to be a sane view. If intense itching, which i is almost instantly flie, but it 19 es rell \-e. J. M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, Rockledge

j it is accepted by the attorney general r relieved by applying Chamberlain's Salve! Why rot make yonrown fly paper* A A. T. Patillo, Osteen F. ::
and by its continued us" a permanentcare I hundred sheets cost only a few tents! :you Bergmann, Merritt =
M =
( the plans of the southern states for may be effected. It has, in fact, can make for your neighbors; but two ingredients 5 E. R. Provost, Lotus'j ,.
securing immigrants will not be interfered cured many cases that had resisted all used. Full directions!!! mailedfor :
other treatment. Price 25c. per box. !>tx 2 cents stamps, address to-day,
tf I I t tt with, and the south will be For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. Allen Supply Co., Mobile, AiL Y YII"\I.; "'\I.\ "'IV \\\\ \\\ ,\ I"r


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{:: ;: Hi. FAIR FLORIDA The Florida Orlando Grand Lodge of the uils'

Knights of Pythias, in session in Orlando ......
j : ::Ibt Is Being Done Towards the DfrYftlopm Heart BeatYes. -
has elected the following officers -
; 'am : : Uf.the Pwteili> :

, 1fii s : A*census of Daytona which has Just L. C. Lynch, Gainesville, grand

i k --been completed gives that city a population : 100,000 times each day. chancellor.J. .

, E. Wolfe, Pensaco'a, vice grand
of 5,229.
-ciO tt j: it send out good bloodor
; 1; The shipments of fish, from Punta bad blood? You know, for !
j H. Pritchard St Augustine,
%. '. Gorda for the past two weeks have to Good blood is good health ; grand prelate.H. .

tailed 276,000 pounds. i bad blood, bad health. And Clay Crawford, Tallahassee

The mill hands of the Georgia.Florida :
you know precisely what"to grand master at arms.
Mill Company, at Alton in La-
1 take for bad blood-Aycr's H. H. Richardson Jacksonville,
Fayette County have strike
gone on
for shorter hours 'j Sarsaparilla. Doctors have grand inner guard.
William H. Lattimer, grand keeperof
St.,Petersburg has been selected as ; endorsed it for 60 years. records and 'seals. A$4141N6 jDE {

the next place of meeting of the Flor- : On*fmpieat CMM of bad blood Is.slanUIi
r liver Thi prwtnet cotwnpntton. KoUomKU W. R. O'Neal Orlando, and T. E.
Ida the of 811b.tanc. ue then abaorbeo' iuta tl>. blood.
Grand of Knights
i Keep U>.bowclt opts with Ayer.Fill*. Welles Pensacola, representatives to
Pythias. The meeting will be ,held I the Supreme Lodge.
} .byr.C.Agee ca Low.nXa...
in March 1905. A1.o tuaaftetureri of W. C. West, Jacksonville, grand s sfu

The entire plant of the G. M. Davis ORE. master of exchequer.
& Son cypress tank factory in Palatka lJ CHEWY PECTORAL.
was destroyed by fire Thursday night. W.ban BO MercU W.publish
til*IvranlM of all our mmUci&M. We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for
This was one of the most important
any; case of catarrh that cannot be cured brHill's
industries in Palatka and will for- Cata rh Care. Makes the finest light- t

tunately be rebuilt. F.J.CHENEY & CO.,Props.,Toledo O. ,
proceeds of which will amount to We, the undersigned have known F. J.

A new organization in Dade County about $1,500. Six hundred crates to Cheney; for the last 15;years and believe him estbest flavored biscuit
perfectly honorable in all business transactions -
i Fruit and Vegetable the acre is considered pretty good, ,
is the Biscayne Bay and financially; able to carry; out any obligations -

v t Growers' Association. George which will net the farmer over $1,000to made by; their firm.
WBT TBCAX Wholesale cake and
Druggists Toledo hot-breads
B. Waldron, of Little River, is presi- the acre. If the average Northern WALDING, KiyyjLS" & MAKTIX, Wholesale ,

' dent, T. A. Winfield, of Little River. farmer cleared $1,000 on his 100acrefarm Druggists Toledo O

t is and Dr. J. in three months he would think Hall Catarrh Core is taken internally act- Renders the
Lemon City, secretary, ing directly; upon the blood and mucous gar pastry. ,
G. Du Puis, of Lemon City, is treas- he was making good money. One faces of the system. Price Toe.per bottle.Sold

acre of land irrigated, is all one man by all druggists. Testimonials tree..Halr. .
. food ;
} C urer. .Family Pills are the best. more digestibleand
needs in this country if he under
;' The State Railroad Commission will tl
Fri- stands how to cultivate it properly. Each day now sees the arrival ofa
hold a meeting in Pensacola on wholesome.
Sanford Chronicle. car or more of white laborers from
day, March 22d, to hear complaintsfrom I
'' regarding. the: North for work on the extension.
and others
The most of the men are Irish, and
The Commission
:"i shortage of cars and rates.
accustomed to labor, of them .
will also visit Chipley Mari- Bones of Chief Tom Tiger Will Be many

anna: Bonifay Cottondale Milton and Brought Back. being experienced in railroad building. ABSOLUTELY PURE

DeFunlak Springs. The company has long since learned

S (Fort Pierce News..) the class of men that will stick and
The wrecker who assisted: in getting rr
.. In last week's News we gave an ac- give satisfaction, hence the fact that
; the British steamer Hannah M., AOYAL BAKING! POWDER CO
1., count of the display of anger by the but few of the worthless bum element
off the reef near Cape Florida
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Seminoles, who threatened to "kill that predominated at the beginningof
below Miami were awarded $10,000 D. D. House and Isaac You- The business men of Leesburg have
white man ojus" if the bones of Big the extension operations now get
salvage. The steamer was boundfrom mans arrived in town on Sunday from decided to organize a steamboat com-
Chief Tom Tiger were not brought sandwiched in with the men being
r' : Newport News to Vera Cruz ChoKoloskee, coming all the way by pany and put on a line of steamers on I
back to their resting place in the brought here. A carload of new recruits -
'r with a cargo of coal, six hundred team across country. They had an the Ocklawaha and St. Johns Riversto
Everglades. yesterday were car-
tons of which were lightered before experience however, that will not take care of a portion of the freight
Immediately upon the report of ried down to the keys last night.-
the ship could be released from the Miami make them anxious to repeat the trip business enjoyed by Leesburg.
trouble, the Board of County Commis-

rocks. sioners set to work to right the injus again very soon. Mr. House has a A Baby "

9 | R. A. Harris, a fine-looking young traveling man named Drane had fine blooded animal and the rough;
tice done the Indians and Sheriff Carlton : should be sunshine in the home, and

t; man of 25, registering in JacksonVille was dispatched to the Indians' an experience in Lakeland a coupleof traveling through the cypress swamps,i will be if you give it White's Cream Ver-

; s' from Durham, N. C., committed camping grounds at Mound City to days ago that will make him more and rocks of the southern part of the mifu "t', the greatest worm medicine ever

suicide Friday night by shooting himself assure them that the remains of their careful with his roll in the future. county was a hard experience. They offered is becoming to suffering a humanity.permanent This fixture remedy of-

. -*. in the temple. He had been mark came through the country for the pur-
chief would be brought back. The well regulated hoo ehol Js. A mother
ried ten days and his wife was only Sheriff after hard riding and trackingof Letter to J. O Bast pose of purchasing a horse for )Ir. with children can't get along without a

,fa-: 17 and very pretty. His finances were interview Titn rille, Fla. Youmans. The route they travelel mottle White's Cream Vermifuge in the
various trails finally secured an -
house It the and best medi-
l running low he failed to find employment Pear Sir Take a two-story house and was by the way of Deep Lake Hammock 19 purest
with Chief Billy Smith, and cine that money can buy. bold by Red
and ashamed to disappoint the reckon the costs with different paints; I and after they reached the new Cross
: I informed him that the white people of will be surprised. Say the house hasa Pharmacy.
her of his you road opened by Mr Langford they got
wife of a week by telling I
ti this section were friends of the In- total of 3 lO square frvt

condition decided to end it all. dians, and would see that Tom Tigers Divide bj 300; you buy 11 gallons. along very well. The distance they CA.8TOn.XA.. Ill
That's the rule; but it never comes-out traveled getting here was about one Besnthe the kind You Have IHwap" Bola ;
,x. Mr. J. L. Young is engaged in building remains were returned, but It wouldbe
:: hundred miles, and it took them about JlI1
t' a' large pavi'ion for Professor two or three months before they so.Buy any other paint than Devoe, you due
five days to make the trip. )Ir. Houseis
Thomas A. Edison at the extreme end could get them. will have to buy more, up to possibly 22 I
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of the
gallons. Paint Pevoe, and you will havea one largest and vegetable -
of the Edison This satisfied the chief who state
of the wharf in front
v gallon or two to return. Here aresome growers in the Chokoloskee sec JAMES C. SPELL
property. This wharf is now the that "if bones come back, Indian experiences.
tion. He there is plenty of good
f: longest one on the river, and as it Is white man's friend,_no trouble" This \ R Watkins, Lott, Texa.-, 11-et113 says and
r Physician Surgeon'Phone
gallon on his house before bought 13 land along the road he came, but that
f located on a bend in the river, afford seems to settle the matter so far as ; .
f gallons Devoe for same house and had 6 it can never be utilized until a railroad
x a grand view from Red Fish Pont on expected trouble is concerned from the left. 17TITUSVILLE
i opens up the country,-Fort
the south, to the jetties on the norti Indians. U B Edward! of Edwards Brongh-

, :t. east. The new pavilion is to be a The fact that Sheriff Carlton was ton, printers, Raleigh, N C, u Ions his hone :JOrillon
paste taint on bought -
l duplicate of the one at the end of the the proper man to send is evidenced ;

Hotel Royal Palm dock. The great by the fact that he knows most tIthe :1G left.. I\lio mc
\ electrician has been making trips to Indians In this section He aha Yours truly, &

his knows the in which live, \V.Lfe\oE4.. Co I
the fishing grounds this week in country they $ 0o
", 27 New York.I' .
,\' new electric launch, and is having and. was able to intelligently search S, Jas. PnttharJ d Son Mill our puntFrom Grippe or Influenza, whichever you like 0

sport with the fish.-Fort Mjers for the chief, and knew how to obtainan

great Press. interview with him, and the In- Fertile Florida.At to call it, is one of the most weakening $

f. I dians all know he is friendly towar ao diseases known.
4 Captain Adolph L. Frietch, master I Cutler the tomato crop is in very g
'f of the Anna F., a small boat In whichhe tnem. good shape.
Sheriff Carlton was also sent to Scoft'j Emulsion which is Cod 0
has made some wonderful voyages Strawberr: shipments from Lawte ,

to all parts of the world, arrived here Miami to report the matter to State are becoming heavvU. Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily digested t

Attorney Jones, who has taken up toe: Collier Estero. is
Saturday on board the Government G. of shipping *
prosecution of Flournoy who took the form, is the greatest strength-builder
survey boat tender from Jupiter. Cap some very fine oranges. IQt 0o

tain Frietsch is one of the most bones away. As the crime was COM- Williams & Mcintosh of Oaklanl, known to medical science. tCt

CountIr.. Jones had
mitted in Dade
daring of the world's sailors, and In are planting out about MX acres in

}1 Tuesday morning's News we hope to the grand jury, now In S<*>S'CTI In early peaches 8 It is so easily digested that it sinks into g

Dade, investigate the matter and a
tell interesting story of his aden- Strawberries are still going forward
an the blood and fat
the system, making new new ,
true bill was presented against
tures. His famous craft the Anna F.. from Plant City, but prices are not a- 4 0

l' was wrecked two miles north of Hillsborn man Flournoy. Immediate steps will good as they have been :) and strengthening nerves and muscles. & }

le taken to secure the necessary pa-
s new light a week or two ago. Pompano vegetable growers expectto

She sprung a leak and had to be run pi rs to bring the man and the bones commence shipping heavily this (I Use Scott'JT Er-i-.:'\. -. a5tirInfluenza. .

back to Florida, and it is expectedthat
r ashore there. She was practically destroyed week. All crops promise a good )'idd.It c' 0 ;
time the remainsof
I by the waves In this small is estimated that fully 1,000 boxesof -
Chief Tom Tier will be at their' v <:r
remain the in
Frietsch has crossed the grapefruit on trees
boat Captain Invaluable for Coughs and Co/Js. J
I Atlantic and Pacific Oceans several proper resting place. the neighborhood of Punta Gorda. I)(
The Sheriff states that the Indians
These will soon be shipped by Mr '
i times.-Miami News
their :
were not very dangerous t ;
Stevens, of Lakeland, who bought the '
this season prom- \}
The celery crop
but that
threats they were
From crop last fall They are reported to
ises to be a record breaker. angry and wrought up over it, and 't O O
be very prime fruit.-\ew York Produce -
four to six carloads per day are would not be safe for the man who
News, March 2d
shipped from here now, the product took the bones to be found in the ROBBINS EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.
and bringing
of fancy quality
being a
woods by any of the Seminole bandin .% Humanepi>eal
satisfactory prices to the growers DUREH,Agent,
j his will that section. .\ humane citizen of Richmond, In.IMr .. GRAHAMCO. ;
One of our truckers says crop I. l>. Willums, 107 \\t t :Mam t.,

make 1,000 crates to the acre the net \fttit'ted With KheomatUm says: "I appeal to all persons with weak -"' .. Florida and

"I was and am jet afflicted with rheumatism lung to take Dr King's/ New Discovery, (Incorporated Paid up Capita $&>.00010, I' 14
: A atorttc Remc-d for Babie ," say Air J. C. Kavne.. wlitorof the only remedy that has helped me and .

Its pleasant taste and prompt cures the Herald, "AtUliton, Indian Territory, fully comes"up to the proprietor's recommendation Thiscompmv the Indian River owns Countrv.ontheM landsin E WesternHeats[
: Pain It saws more live than
hate made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy "but, thanks to : Lncie River, _
favorite with the mothers of small Balm am ahle once more to attend to all other remedies put together;: Used asa at Xt"1Ier., and Biscayne
a on
z children. It quickly cures their coughs business. It is the best of liniments." cough and cold cure the world over. Bay.

colds and prevents any danger ofpneumonia If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Cures asthma, bronchitis croup, whoop
t or other serious!consequences. Balm a trial and you are certain to be mz cough quinsy, hoarseness and PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES

is It not only cures croup but when given more than pleaded i with the prompt relief phthisic, stops hemorrhages of the lunge Send for land list.Ol'rIcE8.&T of all Kinds.'TITUSVILLE .
will affords. One and builds them Guaranteed at Red
the cough appears which it application up.
: croupy .
L, as soon as the attack. For sale by Red .relieves the pain.. For sale by Red Cross Cross Pharmacy. 60c. and $1.00. Trial '
prevent FLORIDA.
Pharmacy. bottle free. TITUSVILLE Asn MIAMI
Cross Pharmacy. :



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BEST FOR THE (Miami Record, Monday) r
t= Was Noted Confederate Veteran and 0 BOTTLES

1 Prominent Citizen. Early this morning word was j tom ED E E
r General William Ballantine, one brought to the city that a large! >

TOO baTen'*-l r,fce.ltlir Iftnyemnt 9f the steamer was stranded just off the ,
& the most prominent residents of U! will be. Seep you \
poweLL BTery dar you'" o r '
towels open and be well. Force In th. .h P.01 mouth of the new shin- channel. The 1 U WhiskeyFINE f
Florida and a noted Confederate veteran Yiolon'physic or pill poison.Uj dangerow.of keeping The different schooners in the river were I
smoothest,easiest.most perfect way
x died from paralysis at ,his home the bow.I< clew and clean It to take notified that assistance was asked for
Fernandina morning. CANDYCATHARTIC
In Monday
by the captain
of the unfortunate vessel -

The following' obituary notice is and a large fleet 6 Full Quarts
immediately setout For
the correspondent .
i .from for the reef. \\ '''r $2 95
the Times-Union: Carolina Whiskey .
The vessel
proved to be the tramp .
"When the war between the States '
steamer Hannah M. BeP, of West e t ; CaroEa WU key w31 civ. ezeellenl utufactkm. It is a well aged
: commenced General Ballantine, then \ ( article and in our estimation, far superior to the decoctions and mixtures .
'- Hartleypool, England, and was boundto Ill' II Il sold by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at $3: .00 to $3.50
"a yoang man, was living In Pensa- Havana with a cargo of coal from J 1111I i\i per gallon. We make a special price on CAROLINA WHISICEYtoshowthat
i not afraid of kind of Our plant fourteen
cola;: and'was the first to take we are any competition cover
among Philadelphia.The acres making us the largest mail order whi&krjr house in the WOi'Id.I .

up arms In the cause of the South. EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY steamer is lying at
very easy
He was chosen first lieutenant of a Pleasant Palatable. Potent Taste Good, Do OLD I 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. ,
Good Never Si i"n.Weaken or Gripe; 10. a and present, and no fears are entertained mm m Send US $ .93 Hid we
a 'i Pensacola company the Rifle Rangers, 50 eentt per box Write tor tree sample,ana book will chip you by express 6 fun quarts of Carolina Whiskey and we
gT eton health. Address 433 for her safety. As she went ashore HAND HADE J will include in same box: ,complimentary,a sample bottle ot each.
ofv which E. A. Perry, afterwards Starnna Remedy Company. Chicago or New York. this morning on a fairly high tide the, "ZuHeka." "(JQItJ Band" and Casper's 12 Ytar Old White Corn. f

general and Governor of Florida, was KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN removal of part of her cargo will il rinMiUfMHI5KEY.I SPECIAL NOTICE We deliver the above express prepaid anywhere fin

the captain. This company went to lighten her sufficiently to allow of her North Carolina Virginia and West Virginia, but customers living t
Virginia in May of 1861 being the in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies.
Superintendent Holloway's Circular. getting afloat on the high tide to- most remit SOS extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
first Florida organization to leave the some other express lines must send 53.95 for the 6 quarts and S sample
'' Tallahassee, Fla., March 6, 1907. ight. bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address:
State. In July following it was attached
The schooner Osseo was one of the THE CASPER CO. Inc. RoanoKe. Va.
A of To the :Members: of the Boards of Public -
to and became Company first vessels to reach the steamer this II II (!Joe 1riM..Salea,J.Co) 0w1Ien at 1T:8. JlepWt'eol Dlo&fJerJ 5.-'eta DI.L,T.
the Second Florida Infantry, under Instruction: f All w ..tI. Sheds uder raperTinio* of tr. 8. OfflW-rrt ass cauulM4 ...* ..... & elleU""aI
: I '
:morning and anchor immediately _
with an was L ran row Md one Ir.
Gentlemen-In accordance
command of Colonel George T. Ward, I
of that famous paragraph 2, section 46, page 19, of run off to be used as a kedge. _______ __u __ __ _____
participating as a part
The unloading of coal at
regiment in nearly all of the the Digest of the School Laws of theState begun and still continues.The once Florida East Coast

of Florida, I hereby call a convention RailwayLocal
great battles of Virginia. commencing schooner Hjlmar, which has

2ti with Williamsburg and ending of county superintendents and just finished discharging of Time Card No. .
-. other school officials to be held in a cargo In Effect Janaarj, 19DI.
at Appomattox. On the reorganization > gas pipe at the Benner Line dock, was
the the city of Tallahassee, April 17-19, SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RE! t.P.
of the regiment after sent out this afternoon to take on -
907. No. 99No.; 3a.. 0. 29>o. 23 No. ;ri d. 74 Nu. 2s\:: ". us
fall of Colonel Ward, Perry was board some of the coal. A great quantity Jhall1 Dally Dall"j'Dally f STATIONS .I I Daily, Dally'Daily b'ilJ'
As this will be of the most Im- It B !
one ,2- II I It l
elected colonel of the regiment and will __ __ i !!. _
portant conventions of school officials thus be saved as the HJlmarIS 8 sex 4 2UPW 9 slut 8 lots Lv..._...JacwnUIe......._...Arl 7 ;sea 1" 7...-AU 8 31'1o
Ballantine captain of his company. quite a large vessel. ... .. ... 4 2HPW 9 2H" ? ..I" ._... South Jack-onvillie........ 72'.4-...... 7 :-cAII... .. ..
Bob ever, held in Florida it Is imperatively 9 :sOw 5 4UPW 10 40MI 9 lOAM/{ M ...?___feL Auenstinelifeling ............ I 6'a: 6 4UH4J::1 6 301: 7 Jew
.attempting to shoot Engineer No damage was done to the steam : ...... 6 1HK 11 iSiS_ :C..._.. ..... .. 1 a ....... .... I b 42aa _
on the bloody field of Seven Pines necessary that every county be repre- 10 lli1I: 6 9.PH 1135Aa 9 SOU Lv_Eat: Falatka_...-.....Lv 5 3 a; 42PH::: I 5 _:.AII 6 :>TutlO
by grounding and it is that
sented. I therefore earnestly recom- expected 4p11 7 Opt,,-12-00 i p;;.,iI.\r_ Palatka.__._Lrj4 S=pr 4Sbs1 r-w.w-6, UJU4a
,He was soon after severely wounded she will be easily floated, should no .1t 50w 4 5 ea 11 lout: 9 mw.Ly.._. .... Palatk ......... \r:2.o.: 7 d o 5- AM, 6 5M t

mend and urge that each board of -.-. 1 seeR o sl2 ....... .. ......._'. .
y from which he sufficiently recoveredto bad weather set in. -- :'+ : .lAr. & (f80)11 ,- ... ...... . -.Y
public instruction defray the neces- I OsQU 1 J'AIII: 7 1).A11I.vl-&n: ateo'V'1 7 5.w ..._... 7 <:::uy 74"AII:
join his command and participateIn === 7 S4siE U 2-w ---------L-- ......---Lv -19 Pr --.-. 4 2IAII -==

the campaign of General Lee sary expenses of the county superintendent .....-... 7 4'Sat 12 _......I.. _....LhttanL............... .. 4I.---------.I 4 21.i11....._.._.
; and at least one member of Shipping Grapefrutit and Tomatoes ..... 8 25t-- ..j 1111'AMt ..._Ormond 11nteL....__... ........ ,..I I.I4. ?1'4........ .. ...
through northern Virginia and Maryland 114ee 8 33tl 12 57 ay 11 _OrmouilI __......_. 3 4:fX 4 lam( 3I!'Ar, h Ori<< *
the board of public instruction and Jaudon Bros. shipped on Saturdayto 11 bier 8 4/PIIII 10evw 11 21:041(1" __.. ) Ttona_.__.._.... 3 9-cw -Ilr.'Mj 3 ?;d! .4 blis
In which he commanded his reg 8 ASl imn_. _._Port Oranife..New ...._.... .. 3 17PM..... I 3 2/JI: .
iment as senior officer present talc one high school principal while in at- Hall Wedge & Carter, at Chicago, 12OJI! 9. 13J'lt 11.5ar Ar__... !Smyrna... _-.-.I.v 2 5ka 33-"f1tj 3 0 sk, 4 Z"JI
tendance upon this convention. one carload of grapefruit from Miami 110, ::2Gi = 4 24FIl ===.i.r:=::-Lake'Helen-=w "Lv 13I: .=rrrf>!l! -.::=
ing part in the second battle of I)3tur 3-ss .. 3'ia.... ..
t Manasses and Sharpsburg. In the lat Should any board of public instruction and one car from Lemon City; also to 4ee .:':: 1_t 4i5 '::. ::::::I : -_-::Orange Orange City: City JunrU._: .:::: : It see---, ; :::::lt ::_.::=. ;

decline to make appropriation one car of tomatoes from Dania and 1'S "4 .1M 9t I 4>PM5 12 C'.. Lv__ ew Sm'ffD&.Ar 24"A1.3 r 2 I''tM, 41b.g
ter engagement he was again severely an ....., 9iI,* t V his whereby proper representationcan one from Little River. They also l ass _10 ees_2_a-ea 12lfvs Ar__.. 1.usvtl1e.......=_.::. Lvl! 14airy !.9cay 14-,w _5 iw
wounded. Rejoining regiment in 10 5ooi N lOara I b __. ..anfnrd ..._-...... ii -
shipped last week eight solid of 5r+ i &w 'r l.v .IJI.I 6 sits.. .....
the spring of 1863, he was slightly be had, this department will be cars ..... ... .. 6 3>*! ll.T>ur... ....... I.v... _...._.seaO.rd...............Ar) Stow: a f(01? 10 :. sr I., 51st

of the opinion that such board of pub grapefruit to the C. F. Love Company, TJi)... 10 fifes i'S.-I-itAl: : v....._.__Tit'Nm _-....:.:':..Ar l'A-2-3'.I'III--I ;"
wounded at Chancellorsville, butjoined ........ 112 s y 3 315.- .. i I'. _._... .._C.xoa-----__...Lr 1 tPM._._. hoes .. .._
his regiment the route to lic instruction is not desirous of having at Chicago, the fruit being purchasedfrom 2 w. 112-4's 3 3-1; 1 tars .. ._ ._. ooC'I.t'e___ "' 1 twit 2 (spit', 12 :........ 2 SLa- .
on its county stand in the forefrontof the following Dade County grow- ..... .. 12 ODnt 4 Oat ....... 1" _..?.,t:3'1: HaJlle ___ 12 "'T5.ii ..._..... 12 es--------_
I Pennsylvania, and in the desperat3 .... ...... 12 in* 4 lira_... ..J" ._.._}If'lhonrD.. _....... .. J2 Rse..._.. 1211se1...._
of modern educational progress. ers: S. G. Meirick, S. P. Crockett, J. ... .h 12 M "'I'| 4 5e4 ..__i"1 .__. 'dJa.tILl..._.... 7ar..._ 11 :iJ'JI......_
charge of Perry's and certain .... 14 ii.: I 5 4:" ...._.....J'' ..h...._.'I. LucicFort ...__....... It JU-M...._.....! 10 :r...............
A program of the convention, together D. Girtman, Alexander Vigand, E. C. 4 2051 2 (XUM, 6 Ottt*, 3 Psi'; : 1'icrrcTibballs. 10 r.M y, 1215w id arm 3..u
of the brigades of Anderson's divisionon Gaunt and J. H. Bowles.-Miami Rec- .. h 2S'CJ KZ.**__. .' ::::::...._.- ."':::= : 10 *- i .... : .. 9 a.:a...: .__
July 2d on Cemetery Heights with full information concern- ........... 2 y i/uli/ 6 :27*.__ .---Eden...-.............. .. 10 "'.uI....?..... 9 ,2 ....'. ...
ing the same, will be sent out at a ord. ............ 2 3-"UI 6 Ui'tt...__ ._JenM.n_.___ 1011sa...._.... 9/75s .._-_-_
Gettysburg, was wounded and ... 2 bar 6 41;* I. Muart us..._._ 9
cap later date. : :::::: 31 I di|..:::=:= ,: ; 15--------------9 lE ?
::::: :
tured. Cure Blood Skin UUea***.Cancer, Great 3 3ier 7 rev = ....... .1,"it Jn .3at..1:: :: I 8 ..
r' Please advise me, at jour earliest 6 O'.IM 4 10AH 8 lION, 5 0. PVr_.. _\\it ralmlietu-b- ._ 'I IS. ':'11, 10 5..11, 8 L'as 10 tea
"Captain Ballantine was one of six et Blood Purifier Free 6 l'-.r 4 4'tin 8 Pbs' 2os I .ralra Beach.etpnlmliettch....... 8 10
men and officers who in 1864, were convenience, what your board has 6 2T>&* 5 Obis! 8 31,'% ; SSis, :.=-\\: .::::.Ar g ;5ua-AIt,1020, 10 boas 7 : 10 ::

done looking to If blood is thin diseased; ....._- 6 I 2HAM 9 oa.I" '-'_Boynton__.Lv 7 4S.1t..__ 'lIt:1i__
a proper representation your impure, ,
......... i ..__ _.__ __. .. '
captured by the Federal authorities ;tIAIC 9 Delr.y _..__. 73.'Wi..__ 7 en. ... ._
from your county. hot or full of humors, if you have Moo ........... 6J:1.JI.: If) U\-; 4 .... ,,.l 1" __r' >rt i'ficrJalc...._. to 6 '''JAII.__ 6 uw! ...__
and as prisoners were placed in a poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sore, ....-..... 6 I-'VM I., 1'''''' .__ ..__...._Ilftn' .....__ 6 e.._ 6w.i..._
Very truly, .. ..... 6 1 lies 10 21Pw. .___11"11411111111"! ____. .
stockade Morris South scrofula, eczema, itching, risings andhumps .h. / 6 ;J Alt ...__. 5 4 Nr ....._
on Island. .. .. 7 tar }IJ'4Waa__-I" _.___Lemon __ .. ...
W. M. HOLLOWAY skin crone city 6 (J\\II,_ .. ... b \:1'1I.: ........_
+ Carolina, under the fire of the Confederate fccahby, pimply pains, I! : J;s 7 ::hlllt 106-_ i 2::'!1 Ar ..__ .. G OOAll! 815ui bloat 8 O.AA
catarrh, rheumatism, or blood or1"kin ti Lrj. --..MinmL .1r .
batteries, subjected to the State Supt. Pub. Inst. disease, take Botanic any Blood BalmB. --::= I'* ::::::: ::::: :::=::'ArJ; : :-.11ometead.Ly:::::::; :::: :.4::::L::::::: 123es.3Ots.:::::=

torture of a summer sun, starvation ( B. B.) Soon all sores ht'aJ. aches and
Florida Baptist Society Condensed Schedules Ifctnecn Jacksonville and St. As uslioe.L
rations, death from their own people, pains stop and the blond is made pure ; .
A charter has been granted incorporating and rich. Druggists or by expires $1 per -
and every species of suffering from large hottle. Sample free by writing :Xo. S3S"o. 89 No. 27 Xo. 43>" 31 No.37 :>?. 35o.: 99:yo. 93>.. 15
the Florida Baptist Educational ,
which the only avenue of escape wa s Blow<< Balm Co., Atlanta, (;a. B. B. B A I B : B A'': Daily Dally b B i B TI Ay l

tq take oath of allegiance to the Society at DeLand. Many is especially advised for chronic, deep flatly-. ,-flatly-.- .Pally. ..flatly 1L-: -JCS.L- JCII.:'--Daily Dally.;I_Daily_ Si Ya.
names of prominent men are includein seated cases, as it cures after all else fail?. Jack"" >nvllle.... 8 WAIl) 9 Pea! It !".. 1 5 31":14;_ 4 21 i( 82'... 8r.:- .."."slvio.
United States; but, to their credit be Ar:01. Anrm.tine.. J ni'Mt 10 S-AM 12 free :2 &JWI 4 IV tor 4 4X 5So. :U 9 2x+4 9 piss 10 4.-q1
the list of the organization. Dr --- --- -
It said, only seventeen out of the six: Notice 28PallT .:> 98\; \16\0. 9\O: ::: 32 :So. ..40,3 > 30 No.IB.Nu.74

hundred proved traitors to their flag, Lincoln Halley president of the JohnB. B I B Daily B Daily A I Dally B i B i I A
Stetson University; the Hon. Sam- AH concerned take nntuv that I will T'M'YYI :.II. '""ily IL :>'111. Dally :Sx. S;II. Dally I I Dally Dally
not one of whom was a Floridian. uel Pasco ex-United States Senator introduce in the next legislature a bill to --:. A.IK1J-tl 1ne: 6 3U 1I-7 :t1.! ... ; 40tM2OUI IQTlOui -II :our, 11 lOMi 6 I4.+s: 6 2Hi-6 4Uh
"Captain Ballantine was exchange ; anoliih the county court of Brerard loan- .rJ..k-vnTlll.... 74' O ans 8 4.w' 9 'J<>ui 11 10AM 12 m.: 12_!_ 7 tun 7 ets+a 7 4
early in 1865 and received the wel Superintendent W. M. Hollow ay, of ty, Florida. WAKE II Josr, :"OTETralns compile)! exclusively of Pullman or Parlor Car, and extra seat fare will be
the Department of Public Instruction; Uepresentamt
deserved promotion of lieutenant colonel January 23rd) W07. N >T EH-Day c"acb operated on the trains on which no extra seat fare is charged
t Hon. M. H. Mabry, a Justice of the Train do not stop at:taUuaj at wait: time Is not IID\I'D. -
of his regiment. t Daily except :unday.
Florida Supreme Court: Professor.
"After the war ended Colonel Bal NoticeIlconcernedtake 17 :ii :21
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B. Hare, editor of the DeSoto County t9 Daily SurulaySunday 1R nndsyl 22

lantine pursued his occupation as a News; lion. C. A. Carson banker an.d \ << notice that I will t sliy EX rim, Only Only MAYPORT BKAXCH L Dairy Only i!
introdiuv a hill in the next legislature: ;
machinist, being employed much o f ex-State Senator; Superintendent. amend ; : S C.r 2 Ow 10 lies 1.v........... Ja..k Qnvm.\r'|_... _._ 1 3I1( 12 4rrs' S Iiis
chapter 4502 of the laws of Flor Ij r, II IS 2':.. 2'JRw 10 11\.UC i LT..... ... .
las time as master mechanic in the lack"'lDvllIe.\r. ...-. 7 tar 12 :t6-1II' S I 23111
E. Cam, president of the StateTeachers' ida, so a.- to exclude all that l.alo( Mosquito ;', ".1)1:. :2 ..'..'".. 10 :aian Lv.....11... /'. I lit KvacliAtlantic : ......_.._Ar;_._-.-_....1 6's.u 120MNAr 4 lobs
railroad shops at Fernandina where lagoon lying in Brevard from : ? n .s. ..... _> 4"lPH 10 i)oAII I.T........._ Jw..ch_....... :..... .. _, 6 *:is 11 V.AJI;, "C'I
he made his home. At the time o t Association; Hon. J. D the operation said chapter.county !....I'.a I-u r, 3: UVK_ 11__IOsr_ : %r ....... :Mavj: ".rt..:_....:..:.::.:: Lv.=..:: .. 6 >u*a 11 *'A* 4 3-w
Beggs, the judge of the Criminal Courtof
Orange County; Dr. A. A. Mur- Ht'pre ntatiw. .
the Fernandina ------ --- -
waterworks. January 2)rd H1*)7.
phree, president of the State Female
"No more gallant or braver soldie Close Connection: ; :Made at Miami wt'h Steamsh.. s of the P. & 0. S. S. Company.
College; lion G. E. Mabry, of Tampa, --
ever drew his sword inthe Confederate Havana, Key West and Nassau, Bahamas.
president of the Florida State B. Y

arm>'. Personally, he wa; P. U.; the Hon. Frank Clark member CASTORIAFor Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

genial Kind, losing and considerate of the House of Representatives, .. T:f-..-T.-M-..- -/: ;,wthr-.'--ni-.-aitvhi.--?r.i-n-- may be'ltd to arrive at and
and did all in his Infants and Children. ".si I depart
to M.'i- L'9t? ruj''i!
power pre en.e 'r : >rd 'ti.'e at the tlmt ,1 t.-d K not
but l.rallieett
are a few of the splendid men ., .., .,
> .i > : Uu-iJ! : .iti! fur ;. .
; y tapuii> a;asae iy-.orany convvuviiu'" arisiugtb' t.-rvm.
a true record of the cause in uhicn The Kind You Have
connected with this society. It will Always Bough

. he risked his life and endured e\'ery, be potential for good all over the com- '!)r Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Ot'n: Information

hardship and suffering. For a number monwealth. It has the backing of Bears the d // "J:_"E THE; 1 ICXET AGENT.: "

of years he was commander of Signature I. .. A t r:. : '. -
Vain, consecration intellectual power, '*:. ST. AI oi i nip I fLA.'QUEEN .

R the camp of Confederate Veterans at wealth culture, business standing and I'

FernanJina. In IJHil he was chosen successful achievement.

brigadier general of the Second Iri The objects of
the society are to OF SEAROUTESIMerchailts

gade, FtorMa Division, V. C. V.. which promote Bible studj, ministerial cdu Chamberlain'sCough 1

position he held until eletced major r cation, missionary training: and religious

general in command of the Florida and moral education in the

Division in 190: ; was again elected
, home, the church and the bchool.

to the same position in 1904.: and in -- & Miners, Trans. Co's

1905 declined re-election. Health I.. the Canal Zone '
tr k"j 4 'E
"He was a colonel on the staff of The high \\tr: es paid make it a might; ltri.: ae STEAMSHIP LINES

Governor F. P. Fleming from 1!>S9 to temptation to our }'olm-: artisans to j j'lin i

1893. the force of stilled workmen nee led to # \\ BETWEEN-

e "His battles: o'er the old soldie r construct the Panama '-anal Manv ann .
rests in peacewith his comrades o restrained, however, by tilt fear of fever ,
the other shore" and malaria. It i is the knowing: ones- '

thotewho have urea Electric Bitters. --Direct Connections for----- -

Listen who co there wIthout thi fear wt'll
and remember the next: time you suffe knowing they are afe from rniLiriou ;, RemedyThe \Yashington New, York and Boston.

from pain--muted by damp weather ,
influence with Electric Bitters hand
4 on Children's Favorite
when your head nearly bunts from uturalgia j' ,
Cures blood anon, too, bilionne' -- co kE&
] s
BallarJ's Snow Liniment. It
t will cure try you. A prominent man of weakness and all stomach liver and lid I Coughs, Colds, Croup and Through: ticket: on sale at pl i rineii':il points.

Hempstead, Texas writes: "I have use( nay troubles duaranteed b} lied Cro s Whooping Cough.This Accoiniiiudatiuns and cuitine Uu ufl'a se.t. iI

your liniment. Previous to wing it I wa Pharmacy. 50c. remedy la famous for nor cwe over SEND FOR BOOKLET.
a great sufferer from rheumatism and -- - ----- a Urge part of the civi zed aor14: It_can
0131 TORIA. alvajs b depended upon Ii c< ;i'air.: DO
neuralgia. I am pleased to say that now opium or other harmful drug aa nay be 11. C. .\\'EHYl'om'lt.'ut! ,Ja'kunlillr.
I am free from these complaints. I am Bean the lto K nd Yip Ha<'8 A'a'fS: '{ fcStt: !: given M confident: to a baJ111S l<>i.n IOdua ,

sure I owe this to your liniment" Sold f3ignatoreof .1.# Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cts. J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T. )L, W. P. TURNER, P. T. M,,

by I..:d Cross Pharmacy. ss(1Iiti -.;.; ;( ."rMKirr "", -- -'J "'..... !G::;=..! cmcrs BALTKCEE, !!D.



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Why is it that the Suicide Bureau BusDnricg /.

the first week of the Salvation -
Army's antlsuiclde bureau at New ;t-
York more than a dozen persons were
in LudwigPiano said to have been turned from their ) -f

: purpose of self destruction. These had For Infants and Children.
accepted the Invitation to tell their
; sz Salvationists. Drink,
troubles to the

r drugs, were destitution the most, disease frequent and reasons unhappiness = The Kind You Have

given for the wish to die. Cordial sym-
pathy, encouragement good advice and Always Bought 'I
practical help where possible are the
AV etablcPfcparationforAsINF -
simple remedies employed. General i
Booth bead and founder of the army sfmdatii>gt Foodand&ettnlangu -
is preferred by those who are admittedlythe 5ko> S c
has arrived at New York on his world Bears theSignature i'f 4

best judges of tone? The answer is tour. \M* ( H1LDKKNPromotes *
x .
For,Fret Street Cars. ;
easy. It is because everyone who has Mayor Johnson of Cleveland, speak- -.- %
ing of the victory for the three cent DigestioixChrerful- ,

: played the Ludwig knows that in it fare policy, placed himself on recordas oess andHeslContalns oNoTNABCOTIC. f I
4, saying that It was only a step toward Opium Jiorptune nor HmeraL

W is embodied every artistic quality_--that free street cars for all this being .
bis real ambition. He told'of operating -

f it meets every demand of the expert required a free system at Johnstown, Pa.
k ieraa s a
after the flood, when no one had any
for the truest] interpretation of money. He found that people did not p""J. .b.r.J.icles.e r
ride unless they needed to and that JBMUb.Uk- : t
music-that it possesses that indescribable there was no wonderful rush to get I M s.-. I In -' '
x something for nothing. ddGrima.eJsl." : i

delicate charm which is diffi- Rhodes Scholarship to Negro. tllEus t
Alain Le Roy Locke of Philadelphia, t1
& cult to analyze, but which is designatedby a colored student in the senior class at for UseFor :.
Harvard has won this year's Rhodes Apmeclaen: Constipa- j
some musicians who appreciate that scholarship for the state of Pennsyl- tion.Sour Stocflch.Diarrhoea,
vania, being chosen on his merits. The WoraLSColmdsionsFev erlsh- OverThirty fl f.TasSiaa'le f.:

r' it can correctly protray every varying Rhodes Mill makes no distinction on oess ndLOSsoFSLEEE +,
account of race or religion. Locke will
- emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig.. be the first negro to get one of these Signature of
scholarships. &ZZ&ZYORK. YearsCASTORIA

French Warship Diluter .
: Sold by On Tuesday the French battleshipJena 4
was totally destroyed In the har- 1 1
bor of Toulon by a series of explosions
-, Indian River'Music which have not been accounted
for except on the theory of spontaneous -
: combustion. Twenty-one officers
685 when the .. .
and board
: House men were on TN[tlNTIYw lOYMNY IIRW o 0.""
eatastropbe occurred, of which 8 officers -
and 110 men are unaccounted for
and are supposed to have perished and
TITUSVILLE FLORIDAThe about fifty are In the hospital more or --- -- ------------------ --- -------------

,, less severely injured. 1r
Floods Sweep Five States.
The worst flood In the history of the SEABOARDFOR
upper Ohio valley has devastated por- i
tions of the states of Pennsylvania, tAIRLSNE

Governor of Nassau will visitus The forthcoming report of the Stat ]. West Virginia Ohio Maryland and E.AI"V'.T.A.Y.
Kentucky. The streets of many of the
of Mr. Treasurer will show that the bondei
next month, as the guest cities of the Ohio valley including I
H. M. Flagler. They will remain here Indebtedness of Florida Is'only $601- Plttsburg. are under water, the prop-
several days. His excellency is deep- 567 and that not a dollar of the erty damage In the neighborhood of Savannah, Columbia. Southern Pines,
ly Interested in the railroad work amount is held outside of Florida, nor the latter city being estimated at $10-
individual. The 000.000 while that In the Connellsvllle Richmond, Washington, Baltimore.
now in progress, and comes here for .by a single permanent
school funds of the State have coke region; will, it Is thought reach
the purpose of looking over it-Key I 2000000. Many lives were reportedlost o Philadelphia, New York.
absorbed the entire amount
West Citizen.
and all of
means transportationand ------ -- -
Don't Complain communication were cut off for TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
Alice Roo.eTclt'.Wedding several days. Factories were closed, t
If your chest pains and you are unableto
was something to he recorded in the an- sleep because! of a cough. Buy a bottle and thousands of workmen were idle SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.
nals of history. Herbine has been acknowledged of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and and homeless. Skiffs and steam ,
the greatest of liver regula you won't have any cough. Get a bottle launches were used In the business
tors. A positive cure for bilious head now and t.hat."Ou h will not last lonjr: A section of the city. MODERN PULLMAN ) "T.ON"LY '
aches, constipation, chills and fever, and care for all pulmonary disea"e8. Mrs.J Locomotive
all liver complaints. J. C. Smith, Little -, Gal\'e ton. Texas, writes: "I can't Blew Up.
Rock, Ark., ,writes: "Herbine is the say enough for Ballard's Horehound A mogul freight locomotive on the LINE
greatest liver medicine known. Hate fc\:rup. The relief it has given, me is all Pennsylvania while passing through Operating Daily Through; Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaii8.
used it for }'ears. Itt.- -s the work." that is necessary for uie to ay." told by :Metuchcn N J. exploded and killed
Sold by Red Crops Pharmacy Red Cross Pharmacy. three trainmen.
For full
information and
sleeper reservations call on any seaboard agent, 01
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Deaths. write to
1 Maurice Grau, the famous American A. MACDONELL, S. C. P.OYLSTON Jr., ,
.-\ .General Pa8lengergent, Passenger Agent,
operatic impresario died at his homein I
: ;tt1; Paris March 14 He was the origi- : JACKSONVILLE, FLA
nator of the all tar cast In the New
York Metropolitan Opera IIou*>e.
: :M. Caslmlr-Perler former president
.,f France. died In Paris March t:. at .. ... ... ..
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... the JW of .l\tj lie declined the offer 1.r.a..a.a.'" \ \ ...'." ':".",. ".r.w..w---' '' "- '-"..,..a..wd.. Ml.f
of a public funeral.
James L. Pugh former United States FOR-- tEI
;' senator from Alabama died at his
tome in Washington March 9. He
Engraved Wedding l
was eighty-ve years old.

Quite a good; acreage of Irish potatoes -
fl InvitationsAnnouncements Fit1
Is hems planted at Glen! wool.
st For Uler Bitty "e.u. (

:Mrs Wmslows'! Soothing Syrup has
been n ri l for over sixty rears by i millions
of mother for their children while teething -
with perfect sncee: *. Ito(>()t ht's the lt VISITING CARDS t ,
i child, aliens tile gum, allays' all pain,
cures wind colic, and H the best remedy 1 and all kinds of
for diarrhoea It will relieve the poor ti [
htllesifferer imlut"tl lt'h'Old' : hv 11mZi \!- FASHIONABLE' STATIONERY
:!in every part of the 'Aorld. Twenty- 1 t
five cent a bottle. Be some and ask for Address
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing; >j nip," and
hkf"0 other knfl.! c. uarant...-.! under 1
the Serial food number and drujr 10HS.* act. June .:1itb. I'lOt ::1 THE H. & W. B. BREW I GO. 11


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may be from overwork, but
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For sale by the can do mountains of labor

without fatigue.It .

INDIAN RIVERMUSIC adds a hundred per cent to Do You Want to Know AI About the:

HOUSE, ones can,and earning be only kept by in capacity.It healthful'. actionby EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? i.

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j3;i 'LIPP-PlsetlcalShoemaker. Forty' '.' -{ sec Tem experience; all kind of repairing wended their Hornellsville N. Y. WINSTON s.B1U. 'NINO, Cashier.
Mrs. Kroeff, have way: who were the
,_f .. ; ; iJ.!' ,ihMt made to order.t homeward. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodgson -

: ; A fire started on the island about left for Palm Beach this week. Indian River State Bank f

i LATEST COUNTY 2 o'clock on Tuesday, and fanned They will probably visit the Bahamas -

.l; by the high southeast "wind soon and Cuba before their return I ,

.e i mm NOTESLittle gained terrific headway endangering north. I COUNTY DEPOS1'J'OBY: -
it had reach- Authorized Capital $100,000 Paid Capital, $!),
': ;; dwellings. By 5 o'clock -np : OOOj Average Deposits, $200(0)0TRAXSACTS

f .Happenings That Help to Male ed the Cleveland place, but, by hard Bonding the CountyA A l j
'work and back firing, it was saved. I thoroughly representative meet-
; I" Up the leelly leispaper 'II After dark, with tall resinous pines i ing was held at the school house at General Banking BusinessLARGEST '"

!aflame from top to bottom and the Malabar on March 11. After a full .
COCOA i underbrush fiercely burning it presented -I, discussion of the question in all its AND OLDEST BANK OX THE RIVER ,

r Mrs:Burr, of Atlanta, is visiting a terribly awesome and grand pros and cons, it was unanimously Exchange taught and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.

: Mrs. A. Robertson. :panorama-as of.a distant city brilliantly conceded that our county commissioner Prompt service.w ith polite conservative treatment banking and every granted favor consistent: jkCORRESPONDENTS

Mr. t.Ili Mrs. Westerman of the illuminated. was ill advised in advocatingthe : I I

Thomas ,cottage, made up a beach IxM t and Found bonding of our county for the Empire Trust Company Broadway, Sew York City; The Atlantic National Bink: I
party, of, ,20 last Sunday for Cocoa : purpose of raising money to build of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida ,
Lost, between 9 30 p. m., yesterday roads.A I
beach. and noon today, a bilious attack, with TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.F;:: i
his nausea and sink headache. This loss" committee composed of E. B. \
Porcher returned to
was occasioned by finding at Red Cross Arnold, ;F. W.Comstock*and J. F. .
r studies at the Sewannee universityof Pharmacy a box of Dr. King's New Life .
Tennessee.on Tuesday. Palls, the guaranteed cure for biliousness, Farley, was appointed by the chair- E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
malaria and jaundice. 23c. at Red Cross man to draw up the following petit- : .

The Beach ,club held clubhouse its semi- Pharmacy.. ion: Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products. <
monthly meeting at the We, the undersigned tax payers of :
on Dixon's point on Tuesday GEORGIANAMrs. precinct No. 7, in the county of Bre- We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclonTely I j
In the above lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all Write for
consumers. us prices oa
The Palmetto Card club met with R. Flyn returned north last yard, Florida, at a meeting held Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BRADY Jk BEO_TTTTSTILLI,Fu. ;

-Mrs. 0.Currier on Wednesday. The Wednesday. She came somemonthsago | Mch. 11, 1907, at Malabar, in said r t

i' second handsome embroidered waist an invalid,now she is the pictureof county, desire to put on record our S.J.
1 : : which Mrs. Paterson has :made forth health. We hope she will return opposition to the proposed bondingof ,

benefit of the library was drawn next winter. Brevard county for the purposeof and hay, 1 n
.. Staple Fancy Groceries 1 h aduce olflall
for at this meeting.Mr. Mrs. Odell and Mrs.Flyn returned raising money for the building of kinds,

A. H. Trafford will begin ship- from their trip down the river last roads in said county, and we hereby VEGETABLES SPECIALTY,

ping the oranges from his Georgiana week. They report a fine time. petition our representatives in the 1usvi1.1.o.; : : F'1.oric1a.

i 4' grove this week Mr. Fred Lee and wife returned to legislature to use their influence to I

4 Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson, Mrs. M. Kansas City last Tuesday. They hada prevent the introduction of any bill J LORILLARD, JE. LEON: S. WILSON .

', Wallace,. Mrs. Moore, of Indianola, very pleasant (time during their authorizing the holding of an election LORILLARD .

a; and a party of young people went to ten days' stay in Georgiana.Miss to vote upon this question.E. BOAT CO.

Cocoa beach in the launch Louise for Cora Munson returned to her Schuyler, G. W. Washburn, T1.1; .svi1.1.e. F1.or1.dn.

; a week's outing.Mr. school work at Cocoa Tuesday, having E. B. Arnold,John R. Ham, Chas. Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline Engineers I
W. Bolton J. F. F. A.
Leslie Bennett will be in lost five weeks' time with an at- Farley, Agents for Termaat Monahaa Moore
motors. Hartford
Drake L. K. Brainard G. W.
charge of Ranke's studio during the tack of grip. and DL-trict Agents for the Lathrop motorAgents
Damon, D. Hunter, M. H. Ochsner, !i
balance of the season. i Mr. Holman who owned of .
a part
for the
F. M. Forest, \V. P. Arnold, EdwinE.
: Mr. Holmes' launch, which has the Hall place on Banana river, died

I been on the Indianola, Cocoa and the first of the week. The body was .Motion Macy, F.prevailed W. Comstock.that it is the Original T & M Reversible !

F Georgiana run, met with an accident. embalmed and shipped to his homein
sense of this meeting that our county
Dennis Sawyer has his boat the the east. MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
commissioner use the special 7-mill !
Riverview, making the run until the Miss Hattie Baine and Miss Emma
tax for shelling the main road on the
Thoroughly covered
Buena Ventura can be repaired.Mr. Robinson of Kenosha Wis. arrived by patents
I river front as he'was advised to do -- --- - -
and Mrs. J. McD. Sheriff ofi Monday. Glad to see them back. I II I by the Good Roads association. The Engine that Runs Without Repairs 4 I

Cady, 0., Mrs. Adam S. Dixon and The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. -- -- -

Miss Margaret spent several days at Jim Baggett are pleased to hear of Progress of Everglades' Canals These motors are safe and. reliable and ,

Camp Dixon, Cocoa beach, making !the birth of an 8-pound girl at their Some six or eight miles up New can be operated bj alcohol or kerosene
4 in the Little Six. The beach
the trip home in Jacksonville.John .
river and back into the Everglades,
is, as usual, in splendid condition and with as good results as by using gasolineMBRINE
Shippee of Merritt who had the state has two dredges in opera-, ,
is well patronized, about 75 visitors : R.A.ILV'V a.Y
the misfortune to seriously cut him- tion. One has only recently been
were there last Sunday. Careful attention given to
completed and is only just beginningits
self near the knee sometime ago, is
Mrs. John LaRoche, who has been real work. The other is making LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER
sinking fast, gangrene having set in.
visiting relatives at Courtenay passed He is one of the old settlers here and steady progress in a northwesterly

through Cocoa Tuesday on her way has many friends in Georgiana.L. direction toward Lake Okeechobeesome NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA
to her home near Charleston.Dr. .
fifty miles away. It is the in-
A. Peek has been running the
Chas. Alexander is now in' tention to cut two parallel ditchessix
for Dan Holmes several days
charge of the Indian River Drugcompany's this week. miles apart direct from New riv- HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRII1 AM) VKdETABLISWe
pharmacy in Cocoa. Maybe -' er to Lake Okeechobee,thus reclaim- buy a? low as pocMbte! and ell for cash: therefore ell the cheapest.
Look over our stock and pet our prices before baying
r: there is some attraction in Cocoa 5leepleesnese! ing the strip between the ditches as Corner Main and Hopkins Streets.

t' for Doc. I Disorders of the Momach produce a the work progresses and demonstra-
:13:. aEA.T d:? CO., I
Mr.-and Mrs. Frank LaRoche and -leep.nervous I Chamtier'ain's condition and Stomach often and prevent Liver ting the feasibility as well as the value TITINVII.LE. FLORID

little granddaughter, of Courtenay, Tablets Simulate the (li were in town on Tuesday. res-lore the system to a healthy conditionand never had any doubt as to the feasi-
I make sleep pobsible. For sale bj of the /nIt VICTORlet'
bility draining Everglades-
t. The King Dramatic Co. gave per- Red Cross Pharmacy.EAU '&
formances in Cocoa on Monday, there has never been any question in Talking Machines Supplies and
Tuesday and Wednesday nights and GALLIEN. my mind but that it could be done- V ,

I found Cocoa a paying town, as they S. Johnson and wife left for the question that has always bothered Records sold by tbe
me was whether or not the work,
were well patronized. St. Louis last week.R. a
when completed, would be worth INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
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B. Allen, of New York, who IYr 1 l
., The Touch That Heals the cost. .
the of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
is the touch of Bucklen's i a Salve.It's was guest The ditch which now being cut Mater "ies l T1TUSYILLE, FLORIDA :
M. Hodgson this week, returned
the combination of Arnicaflowers
happiest is 63 feet wide at the top, 50 feet at
and healing bateana! ever com north Wednesday.The I
t 1 pounded. No matter how old the K>reor the bottom, is 14 feet deep, and the
i k nicer i is, this salve will cure it For track meet, on the 6th prox., water, as affected by the tide and WHITEHALL PORTLAND CEMENT
barns, scalds cuts, wounds or piles", itV has been postponed to next as i
an absolute: cure Guaranteed b\. Red l year river, comes to within about three .U T' J->: "" '-..-'" ,...',,- _... ,_ I
r Cross Pharmacy. :;x.I the track could not be completed in feet of the top, making. 11 feet of
-- -- time. The work is being proceededwith water in the excavation. The
500 Barrels will be received in the next
I ROCKLEDGEMr. and it will be in fine shape for dredge has since the beginning been

t and Mrs. Richard Coleman! of' the first annual meet next season. cutting its way through coral rock 60 days. Costs a little more than other cement I

: Louisville, Ky., have returned to The K. M. \\llleave Eau Gallie of which there is over three miles but is better.

I their home. for Lyndon Ky., on the 5th prox., from the point where the ditch

i I Capt. and Mrs. Ellwood of Verona on their own special train. leaves the river to the nearest pointon EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,

Pa., who have spent the winter Sailing and bathing parties are the the route where it strikes the soft Dealers in Lumber and Builders' :\Iah'rial.

here, have departedjfor: their home. correct things now with our guests.C. :: :: mud formation, which the greater Eau Gallie Florida.

Fire has persisted in getting into G. Redstone carried a party ov- part of the route includes. It will, ,

the groves along the railroad be- er to the beach Tuesday. Among according to the engineer's estimate
require six months' work to get out 4RAIAAR/1SSS4RM1It4I/ S5 CC C St\ISIS Ste' I \4855
Cocoaand and is those board KH1
t I tween Rockledge on were noticed Mr. and 'tlllrllr.rlllr.'lllrlrlllrlrlllrlrrllrlrl'llr">
keeping the owners vigilant and Mrs. Pingree, Mr. and Mrs. Reber, of this coral rock and into the mud, ?

busy. Mr. and Mrs. Spiller, Mr. and Mrs. and progress then will be much easier

Mrs. Wm. McKeown, Mrs F. A. Crandall and others. and faster. j The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.

Kroeff and Mr. A. H. McKeown and Many of our citizens attended the W t'kJ'Veather Kepvrt.n. .
family spent Thursday on the beach race at Titusville. Among the boats I .
1 i .urF.\.RTtIEoiTOF \.URICt."LTt&E WE.'TH" terE
I at Oceanus, a very pleasant; day was' that left for that port were the Car- EBBCBEIC.JlPiTtB MACHINE SHOPS .

l spent. los II., Baby Bullet, Bonnie Doune, FLA., Mch 19. l'0?.

Mrs. Gerry leaves on Friday for Hattie N. and others. Comparative statement of temperatures

her Long Island home. Come again, The card club met at Craig Appin, and rainfall for IP\I the week fOn.lio6 Hu Tuesday.; Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS' '

Mrs. Gerry. the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Four or five of the boys from In- Nab. This week seven tables includ- : ,'h. H M) 7i 7!J *-'
11 7 9 tai -'> tti HARDWARE PAINTS &
dianola took a hurried and unpre- ing guests participated.Lewis .. );j. M "v> .9 t-7 OILS =
meditated bath in the Banana 16 *': M 73 b
one Gex, of the K. M. I.
swam 17, S3 b* .h Mt
day last week-Joe Field was responsible from Banana river to Hodgson Bros' Ii!. wr 63 77 71 Agricultural Implements !
it was an accident, of course(?} 19. iIJ TV 71* 71 ,.
landing, on the Eau Gallie river,this Total rainfall for the week..04 imhes.IVparture .
Mr. and'Mrs. J. B. Niezer, of Fort week. This is quite a feat in swim- inches. rainfall fortbe week t>ums ,K2 SANFORD FLORIDA

Wayne, Ind., who have spent the ming. Cadet Gex showed no fatigueon Departure rainfall since Jan. l=t minus:! ,
winter here, part of the time both landing and was about the townas 7.35 inches.
II. P. if.+ants. JUIIII.U..I.UIU I II.UI.........UII..II.ol.
being seriously ill, have entirely ret -, usual during the afternoon. Official in Charge. yYu1r flv vv >>>>vwv YYY YUYY vv >> Y Y YYY tie {V v Y Y vb Yy\



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