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:
January 31, 1908


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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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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0158F OF THE Qen Qulity Shoes LATEST NEWS Special Sale at line's LOCAL GOSSIP

it taoiall kidofwome to make I MONDAY, FEB. 3, 1908.
? t liulalg to t s them Still they cNa al POW 8 r igraphaD t F piosa t U t 12 I I ty, S1atig lbaet tee People of Tites
flo' "TNTII bN simEitNu~ Oait" e ---- fo-- ceots pereees, M'a' speeiall"' --" ...... Pepl or. Tut l varie and mpyte ig the yne a cents per yard. vila U Tiey Come nd Go
1000 Sarmead cabbage plants for Weare suitgmore womenwith Try Heatl & Co. forfrmahJerseybut- 5Alao another lot worth 20 cents for 10,000 Sorehead cabbage plants for
ale. J. R. WAL. every day eeu th usetheir rep- ter and eggs. Linoleum, in beautiful inlaid pat- isale J. R. WALIz.
Mr Win Measer i peding a few a ws r ts Rooms to rent, furnished and mfur- terns. special 59 cents per square Mrs. E. S. Wiley is recovering from
~As InSlow this week. "uen Qua~l~ i ll ished at lMes. A. B. Dodmies. bedd e a s evere attack of lagrippe.o
in via d t.ea m hed ollaraha r erw ayoerret
loe rthenany other ready t. eW. eey, ofSaMarselLaiebedspreads, exeen the dollar once rs. sse tua ra wide worth $2.50, special $1.49. New Victor records for February at s amounts to a dollar, buy of Heath Large shipmet of oxfords justre- IL D. Hoke, of Jensen, spent a pat of Good quality of yard wide un- Indian River Music House, also the Vie& Ca. sad save dollars by good e ceived in all the very latest cuts. yesterday in town and called at Ta bleached domestic, Monday's special, tor Victrolaneedles, the very best made.
Tls N alty StBea keeps boosk, sta- Send us your orders we can please STAR offiee. 12 yards for $1.. Have you tried Heath & Co. for geeMain wede, past cards, jewary, you. Mr. Rod Smith has returned to Titus- Dress linen in navy blue, light blue eries. "Popular prices" is their motto, y ald toya, e5-et and 1-cent WINSTON S. BRANNING ville from Sanford, where he has been and in natural color, special cents and popular they are-Lowest prices in
a. L M. Dosht. T o for the puat few months and expects to per yard, width S inches, ado
Res. I. Je who retuned h e C oth i Sto remain here permanently. Ladies' readymade drawers, made tw.
fan excellent quality of domestic, Miss Mabel Berge arrived Tuesday afq i m fom Orlando a few days ago Titusvile, Florida. Mr. F. P. Ziy, of Oak Hill, paid Ton with tucks and henatitching, special temoon from New Smyrna for a short witl lagrippe, is muachimproved at this STAR sanctum a pleasant call Wednes- 29 cents per pair. visit with her friend, Mrs B.Pritch.
walErg were played to state. W. S. BRANNING RESIGNS day morning. Hewnas in town for the Ladies' nightgowns, made of a ard.
. S. Daniels A. a Given Up Positoaa C ier making an appointmet with d quality of domestic, trimmed Mr. Ge. R. Gmph, who was the
am J and e, H . e H asGivenUpPoioasC her adan in party for a team of mules, with torehon lace or embroidery, Ge. I. Goiph. who wan the
I=Dm en and H. D. Mealusy, of Iashier of the Fort Dallas National
Piamburst, have gene on a extended of Indian River State Bank which Mr. Ziy has for sale, having fim- special 59 cents each. h o s tia
w dw a ya r.s ish shipping his crop of o White nainsook, specially good for ank,. has cured a posittion in a bOiat way down in Osceola co mty and Mr. Branning tendered his resig- shed shipping his crop of orage fine underwear, special 15 cents per ness house in Havana, Cuba, and will
me mapected to return tonmmorow with nation as cashier of the Indian River Mrs. James Laughlin, 3rd, of Pitts- yard. make that city his future home.
al kias of game. State bank, Titusville, Fla., on Jan- burg, and Mrs. W. Drennen Iatuasell, of White Linino, specially good for Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Denham moved
-Dr. W. B. Hensa, of Rianjan, Bra- ary lot, '0. By request he agreed Birmingham, prominent and wealthy shirtwaists and shirt waist suits, 36 T n Mr new hm thed
al, wh o: spending the winter at la t reuth people of their respective states, were inches wide, special IS cents per yard. Tuesday inta their sew boie, the Ne.
wr ;s spe th wnte a hi toreainon mothlonger. in Titunville the first of the week and White pearl buttons in all sizes, son cottage which they recently purng grove at ity Point, paidavisit Februarylathewilltakefullcharge were well pleased with our town and special 8 cents per dozen. chased, situated on the river front in to his eold-timer friend, Dr. Hawk, at ofhiselothingstore, hisbusineshav- will probably return here after joining Lace curtains, 3 yards long, beau- South Titusville. The place they va.
ab Park, Wn dy, returning ing grown so that it requires his their husbands at Miami. g tiful designs, worth $2.50, special cated is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
iNg grown sotadiy thtiGeur hsterh~mns im.$ e ar ,en. W. Scobie, Jr.
iPeyat yd byaay. y whole time and attention. Mr. T. A. Snyder, of HobeSound, ae- y er pants, made of a fine W. Scoi, Jr.
dhm, fom by psy Mr. Branninghavingbeeneonneet- companiedbya partyof friends, arrived quality of hard finished worsted, A moving picture show at the Tituspartof dy afternon in tow. ed with the bank the past ten years, in Mimi thisweek on an automobiletrip sixes 5 to 16, special 75cents per pair. ville opera house Monday and Tuesday
Mr. Dwye is qmuin a is. it Ll with deep regret that we have from Jacksonville. The ron from the Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, nightswaeliberally patronized, the house the wife of Mr. C, F. Dwyer, the one to accept his resignation. metropolis to St. Augustine was made vici or gun metal, worth $3.00, spec- being crowded to it full capacity MoneMr C. F.ewteo tel ownRiver to NDIAN r ST resignation. inthree hors whichis fasttime for ial $2.49. New spring styles, day. Wednesdaynightand last night the a ppiet fthe Hotel Indian River INDIAN R R STATE ANK, i tree hours, which is fat Mail orders promptly filled on any people were entertained bystreet perREekledge James Pritchard, President. tht ad. Mr. Snyder passed through of the above goods formances by Mr. VonShrum, who was ae PthadPrsdn. Titusville Sunday afternoon. fracs yM.VnSrm h One of our oldest and most valued ay JuuUs KLINE, Titusville. here last season anddoessome excellent
subseribers arenewinghissubscription Judge Jones Denies Mandamus THE STAR office received a pleasant ----feats on tight rope, hoop rolling, jugto TaHE Staae m: "T-ty-iRyears In the case of theH. W. Metcalf cull Wednesday afteroos from General
S e TE Albert W. Gihri of Pta o Look, Who's Going to Be Here gling, etc.
it always seers like getting al t Co. vs. W. E. Martin, tax collector, who is a candidate for governor before On Monday evening. Feb. 3rd, at Hugh J. Willoughby'a motor boat.
from home; soe many good people livtem of Orange county, the writ of man- the coming primary. General Gilchrist the opera house the thoroughly de- Grey Wolf, was destroyed by fire a few e Bread that I he a t thrgh damus to compel the collector to is- is making a hasty tour of the state in lightful Beggar Prince Comic Opera nights ago at Sewell's Point, near StuOM B"E~dthatI ber abut tartg It inns bsroed to the water' edge Tat SA sue license has been denied by Judge the interest of his candidacy and left Co. will present the most successful art. It was burned to the water sedge so Mr. Willoughby took out the engine
On account of the resignation of Mr. Jones. The judge heard the motion yesterday morning on the early train for comic opera of recent years, "Said sand tank, and then towed the remains
W. S. Branaing as vice-president and several days ago and after the evi- points in St. Lucie and Dade counties. Pasha," and it will doubtless prove a out, via Gilberts bar, into the gulf eabshier of the Indian River State bank, denree had been produced denied the The motor boat Earl, from Jackson- gala occasion for local patrons of stream and turned them loose. The Mr. F. B. Battle has been elected vice- writ. This case which emanated ville, stopped at this place Sunday hayv- theatrical amusement. "Harry" boat was built by Capt. Dewey at Fort president of this banking institution from the wet and dry election in Or- ing on board Mr. Jarvis and family, comes back to us this season for Lauderdale in 19015 and was formerly
and Mr. Ralph W. Hale, who has been ange county will now be carried to The Earl is a comfortable boat about50
aeetant, a bee promoted to the the supreme court. The rult will feet long and has a Standard gasoline which we are glad. There is no dis- knowo as the Red Bird. She participeltinOf acting cashier, thme changes be watched with a great deal of in- engine. The hull isratheragedand has respect intended in referring to Hr. patvd in alt the raceo Lake Worth a e ram boat and is coppered below the Lea Velle, the dashing young tenor, year ago and won several prizes. efeve Jan. e st. Tis comes asak terest bythe residents of Orange water line and uggetsthat at some thus familiarly, for such is his geni- Mr. 1. F. Spencer, who has been head the pat by Mr. Haile asaoentanthas county and the state at large. time in the past she has been a steamer, ality and his popularity that every- clerk in W. S. Branning's clothing store dthe t by Mr. Hie s miro h a ters" B k J body feels Inclined to call him by h s for over three years past. resigned that
renen the highest enerndumo; from tmtefrto h e ert
tbeofigialsof this bank. Mr.rnning Planters' Bank at Jensen Closed Special Cut Prices first am hee e of the psion the rst of the ew year to a o-ept a position in Guathnr. Oklahomsa
retirems from the banking business in or- The Planters Security bank, of IN KLINE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT liking for him and his work in the so- bet ag pd to remain her otil the 15th
doe to give his whole attention toliio Jensen, was closed about ten days b a t rmthvniher
dr to give his whole attention to hi ago and it is probable that a receiver The price of our clothing will be doing. He comes to the Titusville of February. On receiving an urgent
clothing ass will be appointed within the next few cut down almost one-half. And we opera house Monday evening sur- telegram this week he will leave next
S days to wind up th affairs of that have a mighty fine asortment yet. rounded by a large company of con- Monday for Guthrie, much to the regret Church Notes bank. Thebank'sconditisnhasjust We can fit you and suit you. siderablestrength including a chorus of his numerous frienLs herr on account
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach onSun- been pased on by the stateexaminer
R-v. Win Ston- will pec-Suof dancinpacggil that are of~ bi, leasing thorm. but carrying with
day next at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and (this being a statebank), who recom- Palmnhurst Hotel Arrivals g a r that ae hi ving the but carry w
at Titusville at 7 p. m. Conference ai- mends that a receiver be appointed. Fe the sock nodinx Jan. 3 cttingthe attention of the press ite their foot ,wisbe for scess aod t Ting t evie, subject to theorders and jurisdiction Doer, De, Pitt burg Pa. A G nearby cities, and will he seen and property in that thriing andgo- ah-e ul
tot evein rm Iiu r lt nte
Prehing in the Presbyterian church of the judge of the circuit court, and ShavD e J. 0 a heard in "Said Pasha." the tuneful city in the west.
the financial nstus is sucb that withShvrBeli,0;H3Dy ars
next Sunday evening at 7 o'eloek, and ref m ment the crdi town, Ind; Jerome Day. Hagerston, comic opera which stil stands unsur- The hoer aht Lioit. fe.r Sunday school at3in the fterno, also should all be paid in full the assets lnd; C Lee Smith Pomona Fla; H J passed in worth by any that Ameri- ,r o o i ,.
prayermeeting Tuesday afternoon at &3 exceeding the liabilities by about Ford, nAtlant Ga 0 C toxins .an talent has yetproduced. ,[lastoha on er, w W t t noa ,
Dr. J. B. Hawk has been returned to $12 a000. orts n itMd Th costuig is said to be some- lSw at if i a" t s
"i India river churches for other Kansas City Mo; Geo W Parker, Del e- t h o u aose, ales .st arol s
aware: T H Barlow. Orlando. kls; thing gorgeous and the entire pro- Limit is feet ever all, sth 1 f,,i year, the xthof thepresentpastorate Indan iver Hote Arva Prater and wife, Indiana; N iti ductih tin ptbern beautifully- stage Itam, and draRH ic.A than : fct t. h, He comes inresponseto urgentpetitions For the w.k ending x.h sie Massey, Atlanta. Ga; Ros Drennan and mounted. There are twenty or ao mipan d b th cal n a u,h I n
seat in by the ehurehes. Dr. Hawk will OH Floyd, Orlando A P Re, Fayrbank Alska; Harrv DMeCun t me son Thr ae twentyr i- o l she a,
.. . OBFlod, rladLAR ule ", .. ." meereecatchy seong'hitsand wetroot ohsloteows th,- -'honecr Irclrnses
at 1O0 a0 as,nd at Eas Galie at 7"0 Neil. Westville, Fla: F P ie- Oak ville:. J W Hutchinson. N Y; Mrsla large bosnwill wlcoe. thoe thy goieothowl nosL- I t 0 lt f, ,
p.m. Hill; LTlbe, ockledge; RHWheat- Amelia Hester, Jacksonville; Mrs eight they are to be with u. Srats -,ng and 90 to-or t notr, onooh Ih. '
Dean Robottam will preach in Ea on Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs P F James Lauhhntin3rd. Pittsburg, Pa; will be put on sale well in advance in Craig motor. e I two0, 1,a ,
Galle Sunday morning, Feb. 2nd, at Gates, New York L Moreton Mur-Mrs W l nnen sgsl "nog rc sel the en h a...l frii. Te.sIy on-u f- ( n-.- ... andin elbor .on the s5elray, Daytona: Max L Suartz. New ham. Ala;0ltand bMrs Wright. Valley locations at .ranning. It where Mr. toh--,n h. 1- l) m
Sunday evening at 7*0. The Rev M. Ysrk;W F Brwn New Yor: Al' Stria- NY Vonhrum Columbu hollwpTati.ns, sr ev r r-mr L
Crams, will officiate at St. Gabriels W Gilchrint, Punts Gorda- W T Ohto: leo Bane, L Lautr Green- -.Pces rn-ill prevail. s-Asell J. Toro.ol-,orlt e .
C aswill o i Gb, Moore. Jacksonville, Free 1lil, ille, S C; D 1 t carpenter, Jackson- $11. i ,
Titmville, nyevenng, Feb 2nd oisvie M Mannheim Georgia ille; E J A Drennan, DummittGrove rf m B ,. ,
at 730. Dean Robottom holds service t RD Hoke, Jensen; H W Biessey Stu- T Bodiford, Gainesville, Fla: J A The Noble Art of Self Defense ar
and lectures in St. Gabriels churehart. J S LeFils, Jacksonville; J V Hendricks, Sanford, Fla: MrandMrs Boxng, wrestling. dumb-bell exer FURN. TU RE l Yot hE
w y Thurday e e vt at ia m. Samons. Macon. Ga: J. C Arthur, Eustis. Miss Eustis. Boston. Ma cises ndian club swinging and bag-r r
The ictof i y eveningle- Chicago. [ punching taught at the physli-I culture Cotton batttng 1ar-' .I Au
t rthiwinter is the "History aOf Photo Gallery Reopened chtml. Any young lad, with tra, eliny Sh t an< a:, tlto s --s
the Sook of Com n Prayer I inclinations will be taught the sk oi n, "fk: n ,- h th ,tea ,ho
__Como Pryr I A cool drink at a conl place at Mr. H. Faust. the photographer, has rope, clog dance and calisthenito pr- ( as h p urca- a- rd a a'h, A cool drink at a cool place at MANDY'S. returned to Titusville and is now ready fotion and prepared for the stag, le- he a ore hand fir lke tsu
-na a p a .I for all work in that line at the Taylor professor km had a life-time experience rarrot stslor A MANDY'S. For Sale galleryonJuliastreet. Crayon.pastel athletics. Hehastravlled withJohn ( ts A.G n:. Phr pai rB rr Jey p water colors and oil paintings given L. Sullivan, Muidon and Kilran. LesThe Alpine Hotel 15 pairs Berkshireand Jersey pigs at prompt attention and at lowest prices ter and Allen. Primrose & WS-t. The Wanted
S 'fitusville, Fla., F. A. Losley. man .. pair if taken at 2 months old. consistent with good work. Pttot of theSea Co. and t .e o, F i"r1e"lanb ns! -l iz
IOn the European plan-fur sow a t weeks old: saso 6 Berkshire z p -ris larn t e 2e 1 ,d lnme andqck lunch.- brood saws; alo a heavy wood lagon in, Orange and Grapefruit Trees naium,. or thi poper ntlic roi -. -.'mtrbprouce tih aniCeo-msand quick lunch. .e finecondi ion" Addresi r PO. Jon. FIELNG. ga,,sat Pal-hur-e hoe Tees blh
traly located. E. B. ARn.OLD. I Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. on high Champion Athiet.g
Malabar. Fla. hickory hammock. Free from white - Draying CNursery Stock for Sale I fly. One year to two year old buds. D. Pacignana ao o o tol pom
Citrus stock grown on high pine1 Wood For Sale Prices from 27 to 'Scents. Careful- Shoemaker and repairer, all work tirt lya-irt olondd t, 1 -S. 1 train u. 'I. I land. IndianRiverNurseries, estab- Pineoroak, any length. Also plow- vly pae:ed and delivered at Oak Hill ila and gu.atred. Next door to 000f .to
H hded 1886. Send for catalogue. ing and harrowing See or address J. station. J. W. GRIFFI. Carruthers' barber shop. Julia street. II. E. HI
Toled and West Palm Beach, Fla. W, Jamison, Titanville. la Shiloh. Fla. Titusville. Titusviile Fha.

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*A PITNPUL OFFICER. Ternad at Holy Hll. SllKH GLTS I The Daytona Hamia-Jornal talls
-oof a ore storm which t IL IN II N O M TOAi
Denp ec tCrimbl est section of Volasola n county .IstI ..............T11 1 1 &
IM m..t. .aecor tens the fslow Satuday. That paper : Tll low To hopr a S
$1gegln soy of the heead A tornado or cyclone moving from
one by a eyt w t of M nate. In the southwest swept through a hal tl l 0( no $l11 Dism
L.-OMat Arthur Gill, a desperate mie track at Holly Sin Seized- To relieve the worst forms of Then-r: mthng a 4k0 dl eg*tae a-- tc F ERTa I LIZERS
In arlR Basis Wyatt is receiviar con, strection in its wae.
lai"dgilotlos an all sides for hia The edge of the blow was fet i following mixture after each meal
Witns sad saustal alert s a Daytona and Daytona Beach to some and at bedtime: Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see emitilag Arthur Gm. who murdered extent, but ao damage wa done, Fluid extract dandelion, one-half from the reports there made what good results Ag Fletcher near Srasota darln though the terry boat "Yankee De ounme; compound kargon, one ounce; were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this hma We dle," had a tough scramble of it for a compound syrup sarsaparilla, three yer OtWithstndng e terrible drouth. It conS en a h Wyatt ard of few m htes, but belag well handled ounces. a s Apply to
i, shootlag he went to Sarasot. by her col-headed captain, she man. These harmlem ingredients can be E.L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville where he took inato estody Tom Smith aged to land ber Pasengers safely. obtained from our home druggists, Jos. Paxton, Rockledge
t At r Gill had left for PartsU s But at Holly Hill the storm rival- and are easilymixed byshakingthem J. M. Sanders, Cocoa amers, and was sleen from uestie ead the famous storms of Kansas In well in a bottle. Relief is generally A. T. Patillo, Osteen
S an a stae hrse. The sheriff made the freak It exhibited. The worst dam- felt from the first few doees. S. Bergmann, Merrit
op his mind at once not only to try to age was done between the admond- laThis prescription, states a well.
cme oI bat to reoly cpure him mo hose and the oM at the knownauthorityin aCleveland morn- or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonvile
at any cot or prlvailon to himself home of Mrs. H. A. Cartie. o in paper, forces the 4ogged-up, inBriaging Smith to Braidentown and trees by the hundreds were either p g paper fo e clogged-up, inpattin him ina Jail, sheriff Wyatt left rooted or had the tops entirely blown active kidneys to filter and strain
ben ant morning for Parrish. Hav away, even the palmetto trees were from the blood the poisonous waste
Il heard that GIB had been seen and entirely snapped oR like pipe ote matter and urie acid, which caused
was akig dilrections to Mitchellville and the tops carried quite a distance. li tli.
lb sherit and his deputy,. Jesse D. A small bouoe back of the Edmond- As rheumatism is not only the most L R A A T A W A
Ilib, horsebak, left for that section son lot belonging to Mr. Haneoek was painfuland tortuousdisease, butdan- FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILW AY
tey found that Gill had stayed at slid off its foundations toward the gerous to life, this simple recipe will OCAL TIME CARD No 73 IN EFFECT JANUARY 7
Mltehellvile the alght before and had west against the wind, and set nat on no doubt be greatly valued by many ALT E CARD No. IN EFFECT JANUARY7, 1
aIAt at daylight for Bowling Green, the ground with the family in it. sufferers here at home, who should l 9 o No. 9 STATIONS. o 7 at4 D
Dloto county. Then the ride to Part of the upstairs plassa of the at once prepare the mixture to get Div iSATIONS Dail ily Daily
Bhwfla Green began. It was hard Edmonson house was torn away, the this relief. eo1 =Is am A, so ..... .. t
rlang and Gill was well in the lnst chimney wrecked and a corner of the It is said that a person who would lt2 I pm I .. Ar ......
Ya horses were naded, but duty spur roof torn off. Mr. Heath's chimney take th ption regularly, 1 n L take this prescription regularly, a is21- i = a xs .1: La
eid ean the ofleers. After leaving was blown down, the front of the old dose or two daily, or even a few .a n 12 1 lo Lv.
Mltohellville Gill followed the Bowling Harris store carried away, twelve a a an n tom La .o
G mee road for some distance, but A. windows broken at Mr. G. W. Harri times a week, would never have ser 3 ... .
....... stanc in Lv ............ .Mel,-Te .. .Issl
ally left It and passed out by D. L and another chimney blown off, while ions kidney or urinary disorders or -,1,2 em ra I ..... a.
Alerman's and asked for directions at Mrs. Carter's house the wind enter- rhieumati;n. 5 a m r a.. a .
to Lakeland. At this time Gill was ed the open west doner of the kitchen. Cutthisoutandpreserve it. Good 700 2pm 7lr Iar Lam
lve and one-half hours ahead of the tore two heavy pinela doors inside the rheumatismprescriptionswhichreal ....o .........m .
sterIff and deputy who had been rid- house from their hinges, breaking the ly relieve are scaree, indeed, and .* e Ing as fast as possible with Jaded horse lOcks and ripped off the steps from when you need it, you want it badly. __ PALATKA BRANCH
e. Realizing that if they caught Gill the door frames so that the door Our druggists here say they will L*a I EAST PALATKA Arri L P' L TKA TO AE
they would have to change homes, were carried through the doorways either Supply these ingredients or po k.I TO PALATKA Palatk. Palarka EA T PALATKA Pal.ks.
they changed and made better tme. the opposite way from which they or make the mixture ready to take, if so m -.oa 4 l r
Gll left the Lakeland road and took diarily swung. Two lamps and some any of our readers so prefer. 0] naI, o ,5].
the Fort Green road, going through other glassware was smash- .5 pm loi 52 a l
the Shaman settlement. At Skihu- ed and a few light objects carried out Notice S pm o Da ..... .. on
maa's Gill was only one hour in the to the street, but no pictures disturb- I at the following plates for ther. lo1 p o sA ..... o
lead, which shows how fast the sheriff ed nor any of the many articles on pose of assessing the taxes for le at the Laa SAN I l --I EAST PALATKA T Ae.rve L ... A N yoTO A..
and his deputy were riding. Here they shelves and brackets or tables blows time named below. I wonld take it aa n t AO S ATO M a PALA TKA O h
changed horses again, and as night down, strange to say, though every favor if all would omet me at the draicrated Mae
weas coming on they were forced to go thing was sprinkled with sand. The pla-ens at the time named. Itwillenable me --am o. n -. i ..
was on werells foce tor earern morm0 slower int order to keep the track chimney fell, making a large hole In to complete mywork earlierand more tr- ra n. I ,
Every half mile they would strike the roof and chairs and flower stands rectly. W. H. HALL. Assesor. NO 25. No* to MAYPORT
matches to see if they still ad the and pots were blown from the plansa Miva Mlonday. Feb 3rd. moioar, at only oy 1tily -,, BRANCH iy
track, and thus they continued untl far out into the yard, the two large ins.dY, Feb 1t0, .in a, .m m.... so)n. a .
],: Gratnte, Tae,tdy, Fatb 4th, aoaniec. at L itle ItOasO, ,m -.. i'0t., 0. ,- I-, !] ,s,
they tracked him to Bowling Green, front gates carried in fragments over Jerseoms. 00 .a m s a v. a,t an-.whe they met Deputy Sheriff Tackm the river bank, while in all the yard Malaar. Thursday. Feb. tth, morning at No. B No4
er of Desoto county, who told them of fallen trers and tree rePS broken Arld'ssaac. brtily r /rSl: I5, N. ii n b e icousin of Gill's by the name of War. fencesn ad a miscellaneos assort Melbostiae.ISatnday. Feb.tha.rooingat 0 16pm latmm y.. e aAS. It : ,n .
r w G ib r c T h e y w e n t to G ib r e a s m t a ad 0 0bri-s m a d e it B s4r Ise A 4 0 0
h U e and at 1 31 0 l aedt Gill ther mournful and a discouraging sight. Melbourne Rea-h. lMond y. Feb.l10th, miu :, m rn la ra e ii, 0,. s nn -11 r
in. Deputy Sherlff Tcker hailed and North of Mrs. Carters the damage ita. mto a. Fb rPININseLAR AND OCColDENTtL T fA m Oi I,,iel Ar 4si5m
called Warren Gibren out and asked was slight except for Messrs. Wether- a t cMilali l. X Cesacctl0ess me at Miami With Steamshipsof the P 0a. S S, C for
him if Gill was there. Gilbren said he ell and Richardson's new launch. Tcrpic. Thuiday, Feh. 13th. mo,.rning. at NAS SA U. HAVANA AND K Y I E T
was not, but was told that they knew which was seen to go up entirely out patoadi. c -lrv TIME TAtBLES he l beith rl r uea d us ersend dealer fo he ve| stai~ono; b,,, thecirarral ora ,, ,,o tur alt thItm
he was, for ble hore was in the yard. the water, turn over. and settle back Ryan Thursay. FIb 13th.afterno at states noetpa teel nord arthecomeay held ateef rspeabie tr o, otial
He then admitted that Gill was Ioslde upside down, to the horror of the pr ae me. 0 uecee ithe-o.
the house, and started back, but was owner, who. howa er, got, her right Batiay, Fria., Feb.. 140 .. n.. R AHcNE, t I ,C Olfl AEL,ORD
told to stop. Deputy Tucker thea ed as soon as tie storm abated. pn-lle. J.D. RAHNER. Asaitat teseral Plass. Agt., ST. AUQUSTINE, FLORIDA
called Gill, who answered. Tucker told The actual tornado passed in two nLet Fridy. Fb.
him to came out. this he refused to do lonutes. with a roar like an express r-ao na. atuday, Feb. ],th. narunz
at first, and said that he had a good train and almost solid sheet of water Prearstsor.
38-56 rile and plenty of ammunitos at its h el, whih te d quite a while a' tenay. u ay F. thiori t O
and that he cod shoot as good as ha ordinary wind'.it It pi fli- o no suffer
ay body. Continuing Gill said: "I str. hs.Wet er- is s th tlndia im. Wu F, s ith,
gues you know what I have done: shap of a whie hirs lwnd with at 1tei. tdi y Fb 19h.aftr e d e
you way get me but I will get nme ol et lgal.,d,,..
you." Deputy Sheriff Tucker told him A large hoe otm il ,athered as Thurd. Fb -t morni w hen
that he knew what he had done ana at klardst or,
that he had a warrant for him, and son a poslsil tole oneighbo0: t I.o iatrdy. I.h Orn ,,ain. at
that the sheriff of Manatee n n olecoo-oad r v n walnl
with him Sheriff Wyatt then told Gill phone Ioolet -11 ar,. -d -u-1 I I -! .............
to -me out; that he had ben Ia: oaith co o,a-l n for ae, b:,t 0 y. h b attr- .t
lowing him all that day and part 0 .. lr oek Fit e war auI a h -'u.
the night, and that he would see tIa .roken tres fror, t/ hos lotso a hL n
he was not hurt, but take hilml ha ek to
Braldentown. Gill then came out an. puothem inF aia .. t rtr. t W it.l N.~ ~ ~ o hriselfw Nothioto like thi, loriiaolo Io 00 a..gave himself up. he en sen in this stin as far ha: Lr.,,-. i,,ay F ath. ori,, W I C ure You.
sheriff Wyat sd Drt n os s he oldlst inlbhitnt can r m- prb. The l.ver. the maln-eprin for the whole b I, e
-s th C, na~lut -sr od health, one must keep tio ir l o.i
Lamb pot Gill en hit horre soot immel er. but thi, -r-) To oe an ago 0e Nation,,. -l. -t.. ok 0.II0. ... i..a r.guator Is needed, erbinewipt ty.- r losor o : ,,
lately started back. They taveied surprise. t dtio Itasould be and yes w ill n ut na .-er frou i,a h.
all night and next day Gil was safe.. tanael. s1urd i.hday. loh. t oou .oni .uer from
landed in the county jail, where he AWondefulHappening atii. A POSITIVE CURE
will remain until he pays the extreme P,,rt Byaro .N. y ,. a et .t ..h.a Arcia,. Thursday. Mdh. ath, morni..n at
penalty of his horrible crime. of the n renmarkahle o- -,of I alng lotstlc. FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
Chamberlain's ogh Remedy Safe ever rdl. An F King, Ott oi FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA e redicin for"Children tka.i .trai,: n t- --ae 'AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
1 e. n fo Clilde a a o re on m y leg ilb which I ad Long Live the King! d .. yins a id m,,ebutinimr e u-ff re of r o a ...a I a no ...igiht i ti.,. ry thlr..ouoult 1:r.- Has Done A W orld Of Good
lain' Cough Remedy There i no dan. five." t;uarmantled t cure all hre, by aountrie-; while in America there ry of ge fiao s, and relief Isia sur to taner Drue toe andd Titrsille Plr the1pre,-ns day iN "Lnam e lie Dr Kinm' Mrs. C. D. Phnlley, Marble Falls. Texa. wrt.: "I e follow. It is intended especially f- ravr r r New Diecvery, king f throat and lng used Herbine and find it the Iest liver corre ure I ha r
follow. ft ie intended rieotelly f--a ones. b:a-. trred.iItdo-e mytf nioni weftiniot af oolwIh iofnoed H
cough., old,, eepand whrolptnought, remeduti!" of lhiclh ir. .uli ve tried. Itioeandtfami t wellaser su f i laa no gworld for thr di ts is rot in a, For Over Bixty Years fails to aIrde ian re tro,.md- headaches aiymorec
certain -erre for ro.up, e. when given Me. Winelows Sorthling Srup has ly enm a umh or nol." Mr aie. 50c VILL BUY IT.
so soon si le lrcotpy mugi appear. will bren ned for over ityv ear by -nill ons opinion in ehald ly a iajornitv of the in-.
prerent the attsk. Woopin raolugh ic of mothere for their children wile teeth- habitants of this tuntr. Nrew iNiwsoerv
notdanerou w.'en th, e .rim te a cen in', with perfect suceee. I aoth eet the ecnesa los a ae toat. fr Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
as dire-oed. I cont-ain. no oplm or child, often the gmre, alIas all pa, all other remedies have failed; and for
other Isharful drop. an may given as cure. wind colic, and is the beet remedy ~ughs and colds it's the only ure eire 5O 502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS. MO.
rofidently to a lmby S to an all. F-r for diarrhea. It will rliete the natranl by ilannir oDo n- reond de by Banner Drag Store ad Tiltsville e mliaesfferermliaely. ,oldby d Tin-illI Pharmany. n3e. and il 00.
Pharma y. eslein every part of the world. Twenty Trial bottle free
O& & Olvcerni aitle, Ben-,erndsii forOc
lmo z t s oeh Be Ieande, d for ZihOR Sold and Recomm ended by "M "I. W.e' -ohime Syrup," sod li2m AL ] n -r CID [1 it V~ I...V H s Omm..M.e Wskwooth-r kind. Gtuaranteed undr AmtP TI Fitumv'i1ll Pharx aoy ag c ihe fosod an- druns nct, June 30th, 19a6, Ela %-.loom ca a -- Seris numberl09. 2nner ] r0mi =toPo

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tamursI tees THE FLORIDA STAR 3

The commissions of Baker coasty A hi phosphate ISad deal has jeet New York Guetatio. Thust, hes b." ft III is whih seme the mse veamee
have decided to bild a 0,00 court been closed artw Polk cnt The New York Packer Or atrday medal virtues s ablaeatly attD e bom at the county seat, Macdesy. Mears, In Wilson, W. W. Clark, W. B. gives the following quotation an .Flo, by amores of the meet i Meledl i Thme vig of Bamn, Levy c Swearingen G. Boyd, J. Portd Ida pract o the New York as- welte a* d teacrs. Ev the sat, FLOM ~tnd ldiame had discovered the gadi ty. has become an Incorporated town F. A. M el Sellng to A. W t of many native Plants bethe IM t dhs elected a mayor, alder-onn. president Of the Wil so mecr There s ery ile life in Florida &drugsof thewhyite race. Thioor ~ Ima and asectda mearor, eider Boo.p Seaiedweaseybhttlee litfe la and other officials. Fertilizer Company of Jacsonville. vegetable. during the week, Receipts U bated heady to the wbitft 1111
_. At I ithal l Pub" ftd his asoc ate, fIfteen hundred were quite light, but prices could t leter to Continule -eilgats, sil hahdagThe Florlda Bankers' Association acres of the cream of the pebble phow. Do oren than keep pace with demand walualleAme ricamedicial root L llliga lb tof protect thmsevesr will hold its s al convention at St phate belt in Polk county for the sum Good letece s eceeingl well..""" "a "".re geTo d ebrry t end 21.ab St IDtunu, whee0 2 o ffre Saand sme brt a
46014111148.-henoffeed ad mo broght 3 I e Plu s lmtats m Anael= UPi tl ft g s orate preparatnids i bei lg ande by nMetrr. J. Hllburs, K N. Calhon "down and out- appearente and oPer- tsl ma othosws ind fatal e yt t w obtoIa te sedrtl Ba
th itit wi hoter ml at Fon the Peple of that city for ed n o n t the aeer atrd Jon K Maed went to Stak a ae wondwll ever l sitea gM
aM e olThe Ro Pam ha OPed a and entertainment aof the Conven Wednesday tn order to arhge before comt. Condition thin week were So let amlele
da the tn sealm tion. The pr grams o now being prT Judge Wills the case to the wet or better than at tlest wees sales Abouto
leag ~e~rd January 1th thepee pared by the Committee It chargti e of dry Cotst for Patam conly. Men_ the bt that
t hof titheit have had thr that work. The conveusn ia to be era. Hllbrar ad Clho n appeared for erage Florida oferins at anctlo was s e
mteld ieed by Carriefs. held during be oth the State air f the prohibitions, whe Hit. I H. $2 sand from this Pre pri tapered i
The. D.U. desuthier of those H. Tampa ad the MLidwinter Fair t St Bcken, of JacksonvIlle, and Colonel own to $1,25. Some ery Ports s rd eeareed
it L4 pibt Jn TBpar placed betwaea Peterburg which will lend interest to arshall represented the saon I Rico frut advanced trifle, but this e t su. t s in te thity ams forty guests serious per, the meeting ad increse the attend- terets. Judge Wla heard the bt does not properly expr-es the actual siiesm e shet adids a Bd oos so WnIS he st adard modksd wl m arl isatday mornsg, liue ios an d now bhas the ase Under as action of the market m on the ws bso m na t y r ied be Dr.A
A. Pew pump has been iensied at Jun. C. Lewis and sn, ech, wSent ersemelat. It is expected that he will whole prices on averse offerings heo- oe ni n ed t
the ol, water works pmpie g station oat birtd huntiag weat of town hMa. render an opinion in the ear future, showed ano Improvement During the .,
n Jachsenatile. The pump is an be- lay afternoon, taking along their dog The outcome is awaited with general teek Porto Rico oranges old as low Fit i .ores ho_ tisWNSlh
a it caeity heng 8,000.ot and Arley Hatch's dog "Dan'. They Interest b- the eople of this seeton. as tc cud the best did no better than cr st it Is tlyWehi BE wseenstI
ga]Ie per day. and forces the water bad hunted Only a short time when -Palatta Times-Herald. R a 5B:5
thi at the city ma t a peute the dan teaes a rattlesett which The Brseard administration Accord- Florida grapefruit when fancy wa. Fa he atcoh

l td ee stiye rma ath arecords led bogsthe last leiltra Learnenak Itc topk
of ft to ninety pounds to the squar bit both of them. "Dan" received the In tto the TallahasseeTrueDemcat exceedingly active and th e ine caue
faeh- Dirst bite surely on the Whoulder. t hals "comproied bthe litiation be be aid of the Pores Rico inpefruit
C.a D. U. Fletchaer of Jackh evile. ter which the Lewl dog got a glar. tween the L Board and the & N. Howeer, there is very little faner
ad pes. john y Beasd, of Peas acola tog fek that produced y a slight Railroad Co., by which omprom e fruit oming from weather section. Theal
Caates for United States Senator scratch. "Dan" died in a few mi ltes. the railroad company gets a good big Florida fruit ranged frt $4 to $6o a M a Eas
a tlouida acnse He. A. W. tilchrist but the Lewis dog is HvIang. The ier of the land In the litigation, As the Porto Rico from $2.37 1.2 to $5.2.
Of Pstu Grilde, aiinidat to aewea- bunte killed the ae. which was well as part f the $248t000 tied up brought 1 to $2 per basket. Tomatoes Both th e a se assioc.edsd .e Saddored largely attended about five feet lormdimta Gordas by injunction in the federal court id at $1.50 to $2.50 per carrier, nsovl lo frote arl eaeet em
in meetve at LUve Oak sr e rivay He atd. while the Board gets something ojeyIrrauking ...
might A dish of apples Is the shew window like $1i0,00t. with which to Continue quh~ff1eiled chmit.a1:Lasrost%7 k h
odertasnas 1 tcr igv saot o Welhe. the Jeweler. ttraeeted quite the operations of the Doalwe wd: ik of di sod t o afo ~ sco :Ma Dah aio s oe th rmin d of a t yeteEaind thi, in additi ne bthe 5 eats p er d I.l i bri m alniotnsd as.f t.. ae. eA
era thous ns9 cash thi y ea F r mo od deal o f at eator Yesterday. e e p of a11 o n o r as lt a roamo u s

ku '" len hi peo tre o klh n m e n t b rt a s ci n 1 t w k o e e a
S-s t it the city De ot that apples are aure in ea. acre ia ona some four million ares fl inst of their e s t tla un
Land wit saStriken e the record bu the fact s the an t attached in the so-called 'drainage distrie le- Ses Of Florida Citruens Have to eti ee .
by Judge Jones i Chambers at Orlal Card that they were grown in Marion ed by the last legislaturee" JLed It
do Thursday morning, Judge Stewar County made them a curiosity. Tqhey 'Major William P. Hancock, coast at- If you sftrfer from backese, 7Ac MoV-6'k..f Var.e.dbppearin for the defense in both were grown hb Mr. S. tLehman, the tlllery corps, who isn ins command of Tie perTest war Necr the C id ..
Deetd Reteol. w t nureryman at Soth Lake Weir, we the district. embracing Forts Dade A lead ebc m as sick o kideyr HhOisr er
in i el hcor had grafted the apple Ite a hew tree sd DiSoto, will have b ts face a r est Negel i. uriery troahbles fdis.. HOW -TO BOOKS C. F. St b. agent of the Sohera They wee of excellent favor and eso martial, which will meet In Atlanta on tgua's Kidney Pills are madie for kid-rywp .
coper r. only. o~r otste te In fli tr, re oP C Tmpls n la Miami, wa at tirly free of seeds, thus making them January th. The order of the cour p Te ns, bgrukern living at v Rl Do ERy Il eN O
reted for doing ouine without very desirable for cooking purposes. artial was issued a few days ago bhy 1ll Ashley Street, Tiase Fa. y ; aon aul w oe i .
license. The cause arises from the They were very miniature In ale, but the war department in Washingto. eI nhed Dos's Kdnev Pills and tiey hRoeto n -o -Tto edauewy r rit.

been ex erim ent ng rec ntly wi h a th e king l sherm en a tota of be ween bt th e ja l todpevent t e priso ersipl aowreos wolles with p ndit tFour P ca of the Southern Expres Co. the fact that they Are continuous bear. The charges are not published. Lieu- cie es o hcae diimer of ahe soars T cnLw.RiA sE sO".
to hay the oease fee charged by the era make them very desirable fruit to tenant Colonel Leonard A. Lovering of thelPain in my hk t sal o "
city coust claiming it to be excess- have about the plac.-Ocala Banner of the Fourth Infantry. will be preai- go to work fr several day. Tira r hWb aTnio sUts A sirhac
Iesad otar t laS. The findings of the on articles de of th ae court a the foloey W is' right kidney were nvery bad t e.-, ...
b l t e a eThe dfhe raled sarthnilte boatshaie edaa oe o them tolle harn a. pnsve secessalion of lorida in haeme l witasse have ordered to a to et would becme ol the costenoy rAt RAING Stee Svery valnsble and remunerative Ina the Stae capitol ad their retor- ear before the court: Major George of jelly. I ted vainos remedis takin .. . .
rperty. Many a 10icre grove abso lion ng t f of h Crawford Lleuteant Howard Lt Martin, all of what eendd like"lns of riin ao
ta rbasm eltilngy.sTdo ost I als pat on laster, but nothing help- NOW To sULa A MOaOl R AUa heoLand has paid its owner aev- remind s of a visit by the late Eliot Te rosas artvilery-Tamna Tibse anv oit fal i got Deso's idoey a..... ,,,,, ,, ..
thousand cash this yoer. prom Daaforth, of New York, to Tallahas The eape of obe of egr Pillspon thedvioriri oie O IL A oca
40 acres In groves Hen. Jain. W. Per- seec. some few years ago, t search o prisoners from the Orlando Jail re l and ing the Poriiiro 0Edir-eaaRS ', ee
Hin E.clea mail dlrkidnt tha1v uru n r wtt titye nd ned ist very shetht timeTh. r th I A A- DRXPERIENCE Sclearedp and didn't have some ma ohe orterial for the Florida seio l afternoon wa prevented in time aNOire ies e ri, ar full crop ether.-DeLand en- of a history he wai writing. He was by the quick work of Chief Deputy For-ibli ,lto. Prieoirea n 5W. .,lk. t.iep .
Freir-Alilkuro Crr., Burffl, 1sYr ~
Otd. tolhe woard ot pcind it, but was re- Kirkland and the assistance of Deputy ole Ml ARKS thNCrd n. cTo.e.s R rnia ee r

ment or aperio of ot lss thn on ice cons. at I Hare e t ritte forworkieags to, te nitda S tha itte.uch ah The Masonle Grand Lolge will on- erred to a pile of old rubbish in the Sheriff James Bell of Tampa. James ieaene tie. narr-loarn'--avd err16,-...-. r

fine~~~e is pemisil know ry na itna areNto __e _ri nsg noeslr vene in Jacksonville tomorrow when building back of the State house. Mr tell inaot dn by aOy of Bhe prsake so other. eOW ro AOILS A 5OcgL vatafr
Marg trom all parts of the State Daforth spent three or four days and onersy at the Orlando jail, and Kir:trnrk. e & Ie..
will be In attendance. An Impor- found what he wanted, afterwards tell land took him as an inspector of Jaila The Neessary. PRICE $1. EACH
tant event Connected with this meet- lag the editor of the Index that papers The men discovered two large holes Johs Bull Ia looking over his JaiI. 0es s'*este w a
lng will be the laying of the corner worth millions in historic valor em which had been dug by the me and Wele assets, and be firds them dtsil, B.r m ,- .h --s r
stoe an Wedneday of the proposed practically thrown away. He thought some iro, bars which had been cut poltiug. ay. the Bt Louis Poet-Dis ,- o- sLY-]as.
dansonle Temple which is to cot $12- at the time the legislature ought to through. Everything was in read patch There will be no yellow peril THE UDO C EUPTISHIN CO.

eh Crei ahe Is aelwtesr. AND CURE r t HE Iru. 6. o000. ls.teau h provide a clerical force and have them inss for a general clearing of the unit teIsyelowtresury aav I .
S W. T. Holmes a trek grower resid- estoraed.-Lake City Index. prisn and the Orlando authorities I a e abos o W Kig
tg a few miles wBest of Sanford. has Tuesday was a banner day with rla r had the necessary repairA madNsLabNea
beeno experimenting recently with % the king fishermene. a to l of betweea to the jail to prevent the prisoners S- of the days W O re KLr sith

a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ laue plah occl re, Prand thner f e ren La ,03NTREUDD Composition paper to take the place o seven and eight thouaand fish being from leaving a safe home. heatie, rthelh o ih ... b-p a" PEI
the heavy board cted for bleachiog brought in by the men fishing for coin- aqlainti l with P, ,in's l Lr i
celery, and It has proven a decides mercial purposes, some of the men Boat Capmined Pills. tI- aindr purifier lht co-re Is.
'-le ond ltiliorlir,rl -lid k her })t .
aucees,. is he claims. The Paper will making captures of ISO and more fb In c race between two Key Weat is i sire At i ..
be far lighter then the board and less each. The fish averaged t haler than dilet boat a Iw day s ago one of the, tl0ie P11.-r-cy.
expensive. usual. ranging in the neighborhood struck br a hets squal and cap
W. IL Jonsn, a man employed a. of ton pounds rarh and binging the lilIt. A. noromi steamer ha-I Moey to Hint Ghosts.
the Louaisville and Nashville shop to weight of the total catch i to be- ea. sighted by the crew of the Nov Joe1" t KI.Ittl,. iln.- tri, i .. .. t o-s :s d
Pensacola was run over and killed tiers ally and sixty thousan, pessds. parch and th- Mlgic at about the berg IItrvo.l n115 ll r d it l ilel' i, tli-b edrtrvcrfl i T e k gi i e dr rt i retate If r ..a. n. .. te ....
Frday afternoon while he was under The kingfish is a specie tf trckerel. ;- e instant -nd noth a-I at a V, ., ,-- I, mill 1d l
a r making some repairs. An en- cnd is rapidly gaining a plac, as ore at sail in an 1tt,1 pt t, rak" i lw Y-rr ,, ,.a ,..
pies backed a string of cars down o f 0 the choice edihl sh in Florid, h,- vessel ll .-neliel- the pilotage ler l ah lhd I, ...I the one under which Johnson wa, water with a conshder..ile d iviian1 ao Til winl 1r t '-i .ong, thi- boi r Ierlry for lhe 0n- lal ,f h" , ,
working and the wheels passed eves orthern and we tri n a 'k-t. Tlit- "I" fe lcti le v-in a11 lut Ini _. se ee a-CO. OsemS, own.
both legs. He died in a few minutes catches this heasos lall iln Ir h' Ma~i-e iihi- -,01 wi-o- iv I The Price of Peace
H. E. Mcl a mail elect in the AtI Orim-,ei avil lir-c wilh il, -,'y taell Th i~~il 'ci 01,- TI.-tl-,e iC iXEREC thait tn,"e~ if tht, ho s 1-i i on Th, NonDal, ;I1 lu Ill m[ n hnl 1. -,a ni e, ,I*lnt*li ini postoftee. was caught in the aci iIe sIreiTy, re r lk'' it,- he l 5 0 l a-ic whle tnllc allyri :t !hh'
of pilfering the mails a an early hour e ., i ,
n~~~a-iv-Nl 11,- 0 h- -v il ---i ii ll 1- 1, Ill 1- i is hap. Iti 1 .....
Sunday morning by Postofiee Inspect- Ti.oiTe i a ih: Ii ill,- 1.1,1'Si sehten ."-Ill irc1iej-or E. D. Bratty aol Postmaster H. C ... . r's in _h_ed ,;_,_ a-4 3_ar
Bude. Meb was promptly placed The Joy ie. 1i eIl I r: in H Mesr
uder arrest but is now out n $1000 f hiD os frii,, i to g~, ..l IhballhI- lt- hr- in yachl r;,','s ,r "h, Ameica LJ-kI|J V cm :a: HANDiltT R PERo ~rs Lti~gdc~aAAncoee ntt1ne ket ve nd dect ovnn
b o appar in the federal conrt him, anI you wll ha- b ~eg j,,. i. Besit+., th, eff-t ,f W[ ing '" A -,*thd~tr).r d iif-'a, 11:,. y a" ro ,,n tr
wkeo wanted. The penalty for emi- Youi ned rt be blre. 1'rl rid are s-a ce-, o1,"lnffr i- ru
u nllng from the mails I- Impriso ... r .. ... I cl..... ..... i.......n b .. ... .. ht C I ,i ., hio it..i," -- l ........ .... n..... . .....
-it,,,~se ,ire. I-de enll ndr o ,,n s s -e wll ment for c period of not les than one rr .1-t b. i.r0lln I, ,ic, ,',lr, e I c-'ai a a t ar, Mu o. 0 eC e 1i:0, tllt,; iitl. i r .n tiri,li d t,, work .i.kt ,t r s ,rea sd aol mere thas, fice yrear,. Na Teainvx i 'I.lai-I lleil-l-e -- instrea ren lea. .~~ne s ~ t~I tl
Aie is permissible.. ieu I4 a fie IolalIr I Carrie Nation nlnrkesnttt, Iowc
fiei emisbe laillvrr-eii,l nln B t Ir 0l0 rrlrdl'ilie h- rl y t ll~ dw ky l te A arsge tirpentinc still blo.ongl tlr "t i i n . i, ,t 1- -a
to K. 3. Putnats of p .i..a Gorda t.s S.., MUNN r' 0.
blown up \Vedneday morning horri "'~p -hr Tl,{( h l ,- ta mf ,-n e rz~m ~ II-...
bbn fao rhte a, san 0IS.. .. d. ] "
th le platlarla. Tile still was 101- iILH O C
Up e Alliaicre Creek and was allirli
d quir,' v w Bal;lrd's Iloovh.+lad ri.

bar.i ANIE D CURE THE LUNCS a...mpleeos, the value ofthe prop I .......tI-"a. .!, u'rIlan

erty destroyed being placed at $3.011. a, T ahe oorm iheeemyse ih wiie
After the explosion the still caug.. dyh* St l rom msy . .,
Sre and the tury in..e rd rosin b.. Ibdetr ri a C TA AGC WHITE SOAP. ue Dic vry d with a terrific beat utterly coasuln- S NUE A --AH -" M.Gie b H ToEeI N e 5eeete wseroiahnu. No iLi :h oo hls
Ing the turpentine plant. To- Hicks. _t_ ae FOR OUCHS An-, the injured ... has a fighv ting..oo bb the Body give kee a t ob KO 1 Ki O, .. .roo
~OLDS is Back raPu
chance for life, but ia horribly foraed. Wt) e tarre ea as
HearstP tlES We r 1~ AND ALL THROAT AND I~LUNGUBLgS. No ather persoans were narby whea and, Befii asuale. Magnaumy sge, MAGIC-KELLA RSOA WORKS i GUAR31ANTEID SAIXFACTOR
the explosion occurred, and the negro .ae..o OR ,ONRY ,,M. M
was the only one injured. TAe No Substitute. Ne Orl La.

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RIDA STAB PI' IJDE ITH W toond. 8.7 uniles
amia to Rwckmndgm REV. TROUTMAN SENDS


.......m a totalof 31.8 mil a The fi.t thro day' run will be possible, Rev. George A. E Troutman, ML ee, e nne'. The Cleveland Padifinder, which the fourth m be p ible with good 'we, mn. omcame left Jac...ue Thusy of lint luck and the fnal day's run wil be washington, Mo., Wites, week 1i8 tomapout the route but two and one half hours with a!
a nd the for the utmbil raa from Jack- elear oad. "My Wife and I Are Strong.

wil nope tk e nic vie Sunday about 1:30 p.m. having W M s ood Believer in Pe*ru-na."
ch d a .mmabiona een delayed several hours on the Senator WillihnmJ. Bryan will make a lthat the wo run from St. Augustine to Ormond good. At least appearances point gCatarirb m la ri
between Jac le lby a mishap to the auto, which comn. that way. If he goes into every Rev. Gee. A. Z. Treatma-, Mt.
a"oame e p lled them to return to the Ancient question with the me zeal in which Washieia, M, wrtest: My wife
;s.d M tMM imbity fm Soutik he handled Editor Harris, of the adI ssaong believerss. Permia.
sam"uvme to St. Augu 'his The party was composed of James Oeals mner-the "nestegg" of the
agale statement of fact ought to be laughlin. of Pittsburg, driver of the Florida Pres-there can be no doubt
S aidenmt to arouse the people of Cleveland car Gen. E. Sebring, vice. of it. When a public officer is misStwo counties to active and vig- president of the Florida Eat Coast quoted accidentally, there is no need N
wous good road operations. Automobile asociation; F. Ed.Spon, for such vigorous language as the er, photographer and Walter Dren- senator used, but, unfortunately,
.*se Brooksville Southern Agos, nan. Florida has a few newspapers that
i theq. q an ableeditorial, r- Snap shots of the roads at'different intentionally misquote when they
go min favor of the holding of a points were made, and signs reading serve a purpose or "interest" in doi convention for the purpoof "To Miami" were posted to prevent ing so.-Ft. Pierce News.
teeevetinspeeding in the endurance race
&lasrins a platform for the party frm going a et Friends and Eemtes
i Florida. Now if the Argos had Only a short stop was made at this During the prohibition campaign }g(
gone a little further and added also place asthe party w anous to eov- in Marion county, Hon. John N. C.
fir the purpose of selecting national er Brevard territory in one day, Stockton, candidate fos governor, at with a elar amodi
and state committeemen, national ich they practically did, as they the request of the temperance ele- M Rt Itape would s ess m edder l i~ppcd~unday th.aem. it Wold ie me ..ddcel covention delegates and presiden- opped Sunday night at the Ridge- ment, threw himself, soul and body, ad for astew minst. I wound be oS tial electors, he would have hit the land hotel, at Grant, with Mr. Lars into their cause and showed himself ableto peak andibly and my besh Rnal squarely upon the head. Jorgenson, havingmade therun from to be a giant on that question. No would be greatly itsfered with. I Volusia county to within a few miles doubt he made some enemies among wodld e oblig ded to a i ot rs seh. Th Pltol T Habi Again of Sebastian river that day. the liquor men in that county that estarrhl afection which probably esInstead of continuing the run Sun- will do all they can against him in cited the spasm. It inerfeed wth my The Plant City Courier is against day night as they intended, Mr. Jor- the race for governor, but he will eseson a preaher, a-ocsking me
the "pistol toting" habit as are all genemn persuaded them to stay over, not be forgotten by the best element "I had herd so much about Perna othergood editors ande citizens, and and Monday morning at 4 o'clock in all thissectionof thestate. "Vir- asoatrrha remedy that I determtsoned in Speaking of the dangerous and they started for Sebastian river tue is not slow to reward her chil- ttry it. Afertaking tre wo s I... ,my cowardly practice, asys: where the ferrymein had been wait- dren," and there are hundreds of "'ty.1f A try
"We are plemed to note thatour ing for them all night, but in the run voters who will delight to honor him, that P.E. a g ty Set -a
board of county commissioners have to the river they missed the trail and because of his uncompromising po -Baptst Pastor, Bx. 2., Gruestr.,
taken steps to habte the nuince of had to return, after rambling around sition on these great moral questions WiE., writes that from the u.
takesstes iab tei in the flat woods of lower Brevard and their unbounded faith in his sin- Perun he is perfectly welt, nr. y
promiscuous "pistol toting" byen- for several hours, finally securing a cerity.- Live Oak Democrat. Iwascaredef abadcaseoiaeScarrhwhen eardohniediarhea darrh.
forcing in the granting of license all guide and reaching the riverat Rose- nothing ls that I t ied had any effect. Poras In Tabist s.
the restrilions allowed by the law. land. What It Takes MYif as ared ferom a the Iws Im teas Dr. Heinas a d re Is And we are also pleased to see that At Vero they picked up F. Charles It looks like thepinch ofhard times weeasntdoIs to grateflly atksiowiedge create Perun in e tarefrm, and l,-r whe si do I PoaerauscE. inpcrd ousi sritfri.sii
this action on the part of the boheard Gifford, who piloted them over the isaffectingsomeofthestatepapers. themeritofPers. strenoslabothrejutbeeur
has received the indornement of the old Capron trail, and good time was There is the Carabelle Advertiser, m wife y ose ending bes tiwith success. People swho wish.e for Your -"'e liquid.mdcu cnnw vur+PTampaTribune, madeto St.Lucie, wheretheyerossed which recently tookanindefinitehol- Thret TraM. Tblewi reprei i nei.
"It isa stain upon our boasted civ- the bridge and ran down the river iday; there is the Crystal River News Rev. H. W. TAe, g Lineot Ul Avenue, ingredients of Perun. Each : to
iliutsion that a state made up of in. front to Fort Pierce, arriving at8:30 -now you see it and now you don't; Walnut Hils, Cinciansati, Ohio, writes: equivalent to one average d-e of
telligent citizens such as Florida has a. min., only a stop of a few minutes there is the Winter Garden Ricochet, "For several years I have been troubled Peruns.
abouldallowuponitsstatutebooksa wasmadeand Mr.Sebringaskedfor whichhasgonethewayof allflesh- Ask your druggist for Free Peruna Almanac f l, a,
law which will for a few paltry dol- a guide to pilot theme south. R.Carl- thatis, it hasgonedead;there is even
lan allow aman to carry one of anSr., who know every by-path the Lie Oak Demrat, which on and, as Florida boat builders and Another Richmond l-tor C,,ngr, and hog trail in south Florida, joined count of insufficient support, has been owners f theedeath-dealing, trouble-brewing them and the car struck out for the forced to reduce its size from eight owners of Florida-built boats will be The announeit
instrumentuaround withhim. Itis flatwoods road, viaWhite Cityand pagestofourpages. Andthereare particularly interested in them, they Mays., of M tt1,1llh'. a ',
a fact that almost any man who de- the old government road, to Palm otherswhosebanksurplusisnotwor- ar e herewith published in full: for e W. B. Lasur J' r. ia Sirestoearrya gun can, by paying Beach, where they arrived Tuesday rying them much. it takes a com.- in First: Hulls mustc mlie th Oa r-l W lh theprice, securealicense todo so. morningaboutl0o'clockandstopped birmnationofbrains,energy,endurance Seond: Huls Florida e om plicat th a -tin .
And, when we come to realize that forrepairs. Mondaynight was spent and pure nigger luck successfully to ond: Hulls must be capable.of district to a traX
in almost every instance that it isthe at West Jupiter. publish a newspaper, and this mix- goThird: Hulls must have raced in makes th fift Jor il -1
man who warts to carry a gun who Messrs. Sebring, Laughlin and ture is not always properly em- ever race of he recedinmthesroe aoltn --_1
should not heallowedto do so, we Spooner declared themselv greatly pounded, asmany amanwhoplaunged ry race of the Beg Ratn preceding o the rake it' ,
can then begin to see the baseness of surprised at the roads, and tated into thenewspaper business hasfound this race for withe Ble Ribbon CUPe more ar li, t r that they were much better than to his regret.- Lakeland News. which itis eligible for any reas ao Wh it ,, b the la in qustionmany roaidls they had been over on ..
"Shutting our eyes to the misery other pathfinding trips. The worst Florida Blue Ribbon Cup other than accident, or unleo ex- he, and bteii., ,,
cus-ed for cause by the regatta com- inter,,tsof [1r-lh~tri, e t ,
and distress born of this practice of road was found from Jacksonville to The great eventto Florida boat mittefor cause by the regatta co- nteet of the t
licensing men to carry a pistol, it is St. Augustine. No tire trouble was builders and Florida people too in the Fourth: Hanicats will he bar ed by hir I rnor
a loeeng proposition financially. The experienced en route whatever, motor rating line thisspringwillbe on the actual prformanees of the rm ler than fri hiJ, revenue received from the sale of The cyclometer registered the act- the race for the Blue ibbon cha- eats, as dem treated i the other tha n if t
these privileges will not begin to pay oal road distance from Jacksonville lenge cup, a beautiful silver trophy, events of the regatta. Foithuhr e er i the court costs of cases which can be to Titusville at 154.7 miles, which is a prize well worth contesting for. Fifth: Rules of the Pahn leach Four year ,
t-aced directly to the ene gunh Just rail rction of a54 mile s the Norter than This eup is open only to the owners Power Boat association are to,, gov-f th Mr 1 : Thwhenackeduwiththeeit therailroute.15milstheNrth and drivers of Florida-built boats, er. thei guit t of woo enPtailed thereby, should Asille eFr orate liit and must be won three times by the Sixth: Ownership sana lefor th .. r
sent an argument for the abolish- touring car. 2s-::1 h. p. -topped oame boat owner before it becomes The conditions, as briefly summa- "ur eha as "l ten a arumnt ortheablis- ourngcar '-;oh.P.. stopped in his permanent property. The first rized abovre, are t,, applv [,niv to the ci and h x hl ', meant of the pistol license law which Titusville Sunday about lin'clock en hisepeermthe oropy he t ize aoe ar nd h.e ''l
should receive consideration at the route to Palm Beach, having made and among the ran this race this year. hrh th, te handsofourlegislative bodies. This the run from Oak Hil toTitusville in builders nte Florida boaters Icmmediatel after this regatta ith hinrt I
law is a relic of pioneer days which two hours overa ver rough road buer ines is keen. i l the rega ohit t andm th himself0 .
in so wise fits into our agr of ad- from the bill to hems rough road Certain conditions have been laid cranking ifiresr1.f the, 1-alt Brash Thin. f,I
in noise fits int our age of ad- from the hill to Mims. downas governing the race for the Power Boat astsociation, will meet hit if antn,
vaneed civilization and should be All the automobile men express Blue Ribbon challenge cup this year,. ant draw up permanent onditio Ins to ui t I
wiped off the statute books." great surprise that the road between- t rfutrunning, 1re 1f Oak Hill and Mims is left in its pres- govern all future races for thB otNe The tio, The impression seems to be grow- ent state. The big Cleveland Path FOR THE Ribbn challge cu 1erbrstrn
ing that the battleship fleet will not finder struck as many as twenty ia quat hiitd
come bck home either through the stumps in that distance. oneofwhich BOW ELS o at t
Straits of Magellan or around Cape was broken off by the big mach ineas regatta this ear, an will a Ippi ,,
Horn. There have beena numberof itwasgoing abouttwenty miles an a]If*iutub ee g thui f "l
el efP engraved on the cup itoIf so, that R OBBINS suggestions to the effect that it will hour. ele et t 'on co h s he
returno-when it doe-by the Suez The Pathfinders reached Miami ,et nt. o the n who eventually wins ira RAHAM CANDty sent irstosessits otf the ibastiful tr-___route. This impression is strength- about 7 o'clock Tuesday evening. CATHARI phy, can show just exactly the cGn-,
ened by the statement of Rear Ad. Briefly, auto touring as far as Ti- ditios under which his Ibat or h,eats
mirol Cowles, who is a brother-in-law tusville or Rockledge, eitherone, may tn it.
of the president, that he looks for the be made a real pleasure and novelty
fleet to return by way of Suez. That but beyond these points it means FOISALE CEAPFOR A-usa
would mean a cruise in far eastern risk, hard traveling and requires a oot S sacEs i g,.o high land n waters-toJapan and China, andpos- steady, reliable car and a most ex- th east or onr- -ide ifIbte Indian river
ibly to other countries. It is a fact pert driver all the way. Noman not RAT y'M Ljg I Cat the Nartt dcti o a tio 4 slt n ta 'R E I I' Ii 11 II .
that the government has been piln posted on touring and its danger *.'' i-n neh I south, n.t taesri
upstorof coal at about all of its should risk this trip. w.t ae.ucir ii es3. Thiosdsrti prov1 huifine y oa' ti r l,
Asiatic eoal stations daring the past The distances for the five days on =m w uesnsh. ted. Foeritirier patilsl. rti i
few months, the coming race were found to be: Kroksn. s ,i -,
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e' F.L rI OF mEsa For Lung I FARFLOIIA

.. P,. Troubles miltN......w CoRidence
mqmsi mi ,lqmIftd t laS
h. b km S, m f Ayers Cherry Pecoral c Rev e. wen Dight a s or od when eating, thatyo '0d0 is nd wM h tvht h cos Sme cas n-t t it hs
awmdebit tblless. in tolry ures Cougha, cla rek, ot rookta is a reameN t arrival at
iMPtb, l m hiom h .d broachits, coammpdoa. And the 11.. .. n t in It tl rcan or 1Mlitis eleaimi~enrai er I Certifily strengthens weak The. rmo cu arrie i. o dstrtm tu -Fa t the repast
Ja -tnlorn sul the throats and weak lungs. lte and will speed snome time Ia the dos and
w~i inet~al eer There cs be se mistake about State. This week she Is holding tamwil ~meurb~e b e thsfourohare nd Snt eelg This supreme confidence you e"etim1a1rgrthanthattthe this. YouaowitIstrue. And irmne meetns at rasietow in No alelrair, teyour own docor wi say so. atee county an later will reurn have when the i raised with

Ui, m g m yel te ot ba been latthed at the Peuagadt o r mot the Imby is aeti isay Yard. The veslee when It e- AL SSADtyall endaWditr am "itf rr t emmis in will be trned Vve
M howing of eler from the city
d skmo d 8 l5 8Des t qers to the Massachusetts naval militia for : ~ ~~~~~ trinn -ship.'sas~.. ..s.
o aetteioR, especially on the part rk" .e e a t g
ue.. hoe seek With npreslve cronies the A 0IL-P n keep Bee bow ls esuol e=As' corner atims of the new Masonie 'rem.
The 1 hem Dayto. wore not ndu t hast, 'Ole in Jacksonville woe laid Wednes
In plane ml will not be able to re- ay, the ofcer of the lorida Grand bk pwd mivet bwee, Duval eoty fairly A Road Sugestion to Act Upon Lodge ocitingI the presence ot o0tdidtselfin atterlptngtoexhi'bt Between Jakoville nd at Argas delegates from every Masonic orgal- will Royal Grape Cream of Tartar alm el'teverythingilthemanufaetnr e Idae ithe worst stretch of roadaong action in the State and a vast erowd .. h entire east coast o Florda. This ectoor- The dd- w d There can be no conforftng confMil Floidi trail is daily alive with aa strong comsomen daion to tear, slivered by Hon. D U. Pletcher of Jackpeoplei and the midway thows are afnts to visit this seetlon. After tr~avers sotville.when eating bain pow very creditable in every way. Some as the entire coast line, from Jack- A charter was granted on the 8th 00r ( t r or g re e a attraction a m sonville to West Palm Beach the Pa1 et., the Florida Amusement an. less of the alum pow r In loe d for immediate appearance at tdera announce that this northern Improvement Co. with masAts in the food. tinexaozgis. ThefamousBeaehey stretch was the worst encountered West Palm Beach. The incorporators aaitp, which broke all records at the graphic description of their trip are Jeremiah NiLxon, Win. T. Graham. St. Itds last fall, will be navigated from Jacksonville to Ormaeoad is sanS- John Rothwell James T. DeBerry and r the ex tn grounds md the ent to deter pleasure seekers from George G. Currie. The capital stock
te Jaaonviletwietdy,eom- tempting to cross that bit of wild- is $100,000 and the business of lithe mrea and swamp. Sloughs which concern will be in conducting us move along very slow. The fresh wa- Application was made at Tampo ree attrcin wi otely the ah e met of differ kinds, uildg d ter or the Miami river provides a very l Monday for a receiver for the Tampa hre alttaction Will undoitedly e avorinjg to come here from Jack- Operating hotels, etc. diral habrro bring andsOf peopl to the e- envino oe hero fro Jac operating hote ls, ete desirable harbor for the idle craft as Havana Lumber Company and Perry ovlle under its own power render ve or six young girls met at Rest they are not only safe from storms, G. Wall was named. The assets are dep o und a the road almot Impasable, but a Havea recently and orgnszed a Young but also escape the ravages of the dlared to be $300,000 over the liabili-l Thegroondsreopen from l l. m. ,ew hundred dollars would overcome Defenders' League. The object Of shIp boring worms which live in salt tied. unt11":30 p. in.,with free admission hese obstacles if judicionusly used. In this new association is to care for the water-Miami NewwRecord. to Dieland perk fromtheexposition sarch the great endurance race will animal kingdom and inculcate klnd- Most dislgnrinskin eruptions, ocrful, gumil The admission has been be ru irom Jacksonvilnd to Miami nes to bird and beast. Thelma Elkin wsaekly w.har seams ,mpireesI te sk etoipeps e bled.
Burdock Blood BZitter i.. cdedain blood
wily placed at 25 ets instead of end there is ample time in which to was elected president. Consnelp Sore, Jerra., FLA., Jan. 2. la. toni. Make youm cleareyed clcarbrined,
0 Cets, as S al at expipition, place the road in fair, if not first class secretary. Jaquelln Dodge, treasurer Comparative tsatement of empe aratue learsjoad. This low price of admingion will have condition. It is within the provide and Annie Budd and Kate Brown ad rainll for the week audiae TueEay. a potent eet on the attendanice. of the county commissioners to make special committee. These young la- aT A. .. x 0. A. STEW ART The board Of tradesof jacksonville the cessary repairs, and by doing dies hope to enlist many others 1inthe Ja n. 2 5 75 e7 73
lis s ml a ctm ttee s they will win the gratitude of not noble cause which they have espounsed F 73 E In s suoine oe omitteeo as only soresa of automnobililts, but of thereby greatly increasing the mem- F R
5 a. 7 74 Inc an it "bould be- mld will ont"Tevil the tan payers. who desire to soonver, bershlp. -- O. 5 74 SaOU a c we atomoblnts and the bsann I- The Planter's Security Bank, Jen- 51 73 insurance sidiihmkn agreat secessof this ddeatto their presence. The stigma sea, was closed last Friday by the di- ltur aints. forth wek m ainus.14 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA gat affair.. at we have the worst tretch of mud 'tors or the institution ending a rm mnalBodJn s rs- ersn oano h edn IAwexcur o" rates will prevail n the east coast should be removed enor of het re aa sen a It I represent ome e ang enaminaion ofth a rof 01th bak .67 inch-s
on the railroads and these rates ean before the endurance racestomes off T State bank examiner has been H. P. HADI companies of the world and any be obtained from any of the railroad rhe suggestion to reader the rad p vetiig It aairs, and a e ofici are. business entrusted to me will reag .sable is offered to the county commli- phone message from the cashier ye- Tao or On Cr or Toao attention
ag d Officer s :.oners for their consideration. terday stated that arrangements P. L n es tht be is T C T T ET
Workmen Laid Off at present weuld probably be completed oy noateftohefrofF. J. Cts TE At tha meeting of the Grand Lodge,. a that it could reopen for business to- & Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo,
f laorlda. Free and Accepted & A number of men who have been aem morrow. 'm e many friend 1 this uand ai ere mid.sad that dela A. f.
Te mny rieds f tissil pay the sus of tine Huandred tlifarr
seas, held in Jacksonville this week ployed on the railroad extension arriv- iasttution, outside of its depositors oah and every ms of usarrk that annt be the following grand ofieers were ed n the city Monday and report that will gladly welcome the news that It s.edbytheaeofilte a t'F Flordad elected: the work has all been stopped and the will again be open for buslness.-lwrt SWore to before me and ertlbed in umy g. Haskell, grand master, Palat- entire force laid off. They have been Pierce Tribune. p enaLthis th dayof December. A.D. 1t ka; Louis C. Maacy, deputy gmnd Instructed, however, that the work To market at least one will ter Orlando; Albert W. Gilchrest wil be resumed by the first of March, esof South lia one m l W Ha tary lic o r oik taken i teot-ly., ad
nenir grnd warden, Pnta Gorda; and some of the men claim to have ~ Fulle r left Monday night for Balt Ird y ontli s George B. Glover. junior grand ward been furnished with round trip tickets e nof Snd fr ttioniaL fe.ei, Moattello; Henry lolhiou to their homes, good to return uo.l moe and other eastern points. "Therm F. J. CHENEY& 'O.. Tote, Ohio. es, Monticello; Henri, Roblneon meare fully a million boxes of oranges thm -- f9 id.i a-aao6 e a IUVLE LOID grand treasurer. Jacksonville: Wilbur March lst. It is currently reported Ire tully a r tilion bases o1 orangesn -e vok lp. P. Webster. grand secretary. Jackson- that work on the terminal In the hapt a te bib fa.ty wn't mm them. tsodn, inorot vi e Revr here will begin by the r t o Fb ill be ready for the m arket in a hort m itching bleeding Ir protr-d i in e T1 f ine; Rev. w. tl y. Wilkie g ary, although there is s yet not time.' aid Col. Fuller before leaving. toryeamofffetrg. Atoay drgstr TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA chapilin, Dunedin. ruary, although there Is as yet noth "and of these fully 800,000 boxes are The grand master then announced lg in evidence to authorize such a d these fouly tes e houen o Tae that le had decided to reappoint the report. All of the men who have bee In the five cortie adjacent to Tamfoilowlng subordinate grand oSiceers employed on the road believe th pa The present prices a not seats.
Rev. H. S. Yerger, grand orator, work will be resoumed shortly. Every- tory and I expect to so market Clearwater: Cephas L. Wilson, granted as bee. asked to eav S ad- them that the fruit wi bring an ma rhhal. Marina: James S. Ceane, dress an that he may be located wheu amount suicient to encourage local
marha, Mrina;Jaes e.nbiswte- yWstiiz. growers and shippers to renewed of
senior grand deacon. Tampa; J M e wated eforts.-Tampa Tribunet rne d
Samuel. Junior grand standard-bearer, Matee; Char t H. Stewart The Grey Wolf Burned u ha* JaS Pritchard & Son
Kimnd f. olt gred ~nr-here Tenoy whe axtbusyo dl.ay or Jas. P ritchard & Son
grand standard-beatr, Melbourne; (Palm Beach Daily News.) ders had bees given to place the steam mand X. Holt grand .... d-bearer Word has just been received hee nre and dredges In the Miami river. Oc~en Coye Sprinlgs; W, H. Spear,
Jlor grand steward, Chatthochee by Mr. James K. Clarke that the mo Early in the snoring the work wo Handle the Finest Lines of
Johan W. Capper, ran tyler, Jack to boat "Grey Wol" owned by his ted and oe by one th e Heavy and Shelf Hardware
JohnWs. aper, grand peria, Jack. brother-in-law, Mr. Hugh L, Willough- were towed up the river where they H solnebvlle, seaor grand pursaivant, J by, Jr., was totally destroyed by fire will lie until they are required again SRiehborg, Crestiew;elorgran d the sult of an explosIon, on the Mluch dificulty is experienced with
stew rles H. Kethm Key night of January 17 at Sewall's Point some of the boats in getting them Our Stock of
West. -,Fla. through the opening in the bridges
The Gry Wol l participated in th and necessarily causes the work to Guns and Sporting Goods Te Greatest Show on Earth motor boat races here last winter,-Determined to make a fortune at winning several prizes, and her lo T Forts Collector is com plete at all tim es
onae fell swoop, a prominent citizen will be greatly regretted by the Palm To theVotersof Brevard County:
te Tamps is endeavoring to secure Beach Power Boat Assoclation, of I herewith announcemy eandda for apace at the talc for the greatest show which Mff. Willoughby ie an enthust- the nffire of tan coliertor nf Brer ard
|fe letetdk i etp- Paints and Oils of Quality
oa e. He l hois to egage Col astr member, ae nd hle it is quite stive my hn t io rinu te t IL
Robert ainee d ris. Carrie a likely h wil bild other bat, it i e ut reeive t hei p- one of our Specialties
tion for .. the liquor lses- hardly possible taett i be ready t t he n--lu r. se.T
alme, amorang, sn and sight, charg- for entrance in the regatta. 0_--_0 -i
lag mea dollar for each admission. The The ry Wolf" was onef the 1 W or m b
netee amues that after meeting swiftest motor btoatsa sees hero les E Lantdvei fovr Sale vi~
all .gpenseu. be will make not less seasn Her length wan 33 feot and S.W. IofrSwW.4. Ser ,.2t -34. sod be given personal attention. Mail Orders
thmas 176,000 en the deal. Carrie Na she had a 35 horse-power Ratenbe: N. W, I lX: W Fo Soli e an pT r. fill Foe
thie, with her hatehet and Robert engine, and when running at "fall n
lan..., wth hias overcoat, woid speed ahead" would make an average Stopeaebin twotminatehsache or TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
make the strongest drawing card la of 24 knots per hour. psin ofan, eld iC fve inza hrtm1.shcry of the amsnoment world.- What little fragment remained was n wl hod r. Th m Ewo l oe
ett. menne.h atElecie.c
Trampa rIbnne, set adrift In the Gulf stream. torat puro e~-. Te~ ioi


the superior oart appointed John R the bounem, secntl or UN 'wI
Hilton. I treasure temporary re- ot be permitted.
eelver and set a bearing on the qe- Several hundred unemployed man
tikn of making the reetrershlp pr- gathered under the leadership Of M
manment To weather the financial ison Swift before the stateho at
atorm of IRot October the company to- Boston demanding work. They wres voked the rale reqinog ninety days' advised to seek aid from the state free
notice of withdrawal of depositsa employment burean
Morgan Closed Torsto Bank. Law Against Women Smokers.
The Immediate cause of the recent As an outcome of the discussion restuspesion of the Sovereign Bank of guarding the propriety of women amokToronto. Ont.. Is said to he the refusal ling In public places, such as restasof J. Pirpont lorman. acting for him- rnti and the like the New York city
self and the tImsdner honk, tI- make board of aldermen has passed an ordlSay fiuerr avIanrices. though It I1 nance prohibitingsuch action.
thought that ft e e'li of f;;- o ldt
tre eandrd toe t(oak to poll tbeoob Wiy
New York. Th. sty7 wa offered by The house palsed a bill approerlatlag em nlsod thlnk p lloth When he br ie The p y debt o the I n kl to the t o alr aby offel? W h en he 1 s the defense whet the gl had co- O for an immigration bureau at loran lntaerts is $1.2t110. ftlll d r stle, in'i experiment n LEGAL-C esed to Thaw t I Pars ad to bn Philadelpha.M
addltlansl trusi for bin shballa Democratic politic figured largely Dra.tia Tcust Forased. .im ard ,le ally ttio or seih'
B.IL Walsh Feand Guilty. mimt On eighmt easjmlatlon when Champ Clark of ior refer- An o. iitio has been forced for aremonian reat known worm te jury In the United States di Jerome some new point were brought ring the newspaper talk about sabel- the purpr- of effectiug practically a diie and nre for all chdldre.' di8tgat s + fo r th e a e o f th e p ar a n- m u m [ o f th e d r t t m a ter ia l need a -i eInt court at Chicago has found John et. and Evelyn admitted that she log Bryan for the ake of the party. an- control of the dramatic material ned'- ease. It is mild in its action, builds up SWalds gullty of misapplying t, thought Thaw retinal at that time noned emphatically that "on the bth ed by the hundreds of play companies the slem, maiTke thin Imuny Fabie fat. of As tthe Chicago National bank. of but on the whole she showed remark of July we Intend to nominate Bryan l Amer ia. Mis Marbury, the play Ir J C Sit. Tampa. F, aritre: .+which he -"wa able facilIty In avoiding the pitfalls for the presklency." Thin was greeted broker. is preideaL and the company "My lelr was thin and sickly, cuold not ~~p-ld~erotriestm~ w T laid for her had never ost hcrre i t pa a ch rin wilt hire office In New York.-ith rloileald cl'Wlll i lit. lat penalty n nit The mother of the defendant. beten the Democratic oide. When this deam- brn-h, in Chicago. London. Parl. ie ktte of le', Cream VerAiuge no hlv 1 ealth ad feeble. went ou the p alc ad ended the wholRe Berlio nnd ienn It is said that the opp anid tell soldby Drg mo tl stand to tell of the unfavorable cir- publ side applnded enthosatill. 't:us-t alrea-ly ontols abouirt oine. a Tilsillei Pi.aruacy. years imprison- cumstances of IHarrys birth, but the y. with broad grins on their faces. ton tenths of tlw foremost playwrights of meat. No l- effect of this line wa offset anmewhat dlcating that nothing would he mo Englant. Frane, Germany. Austr:t Mule thi-es have been operating bstiteOne tan ln h acceptablee to them than the nomisa- ad iclyt. anmt the number of authorsce ol i ai and Slowe. T Jerome's reading of an aitlait he lo Bryan Taking up t k thi ha- CRolleit on the ooks ra th ccen in Baker and Bradfort for the made ring te r t whe th enge. Mr. Clark said that he would bt hndrls. The intention is to hand ies.
falwer teg to poiner oo tw his bead that there were not ten men itoede lasr bhe t merely drrman nbon the Rephlian side ho would gt thn re tttl mo ad rmed tahtmlao. Why Suffer from Rheumatism
began with t- denied. Then began the teatlmony o; an the Repubilcan aide who toold get wt eprlottna oreody etiabl W fom
suspension f the the allenith for the defense up and msy who they were going to Why Lawson Quit. Do you know that rheumatic pains can Chicago Nation nominate for president Bootello In a letter to Fador RIdgway. pub-e a ed I ye a dlnotohis jo try a- ba k. the T C s Par Law Vold. l -oin took sp the age by oyagln, Itashd In tie Fer:, ry Eerlyhudy'it. B in t llma kIrestand deep poni Hom e Savings The two cent railroad fre law now "While you will nominate Bryan in Thomas W. lawson tells at length the fie, and &ha crtinly means a great dal bk and he In fore to Pennsylvania has Ie do July. we will elect Cannon In Novem- arr, asons that tnny one aricted with rensat John R. Walsh. Equitable Tent elated unconstitutional by the stat ber." adding that every Republican In used !lt t, gve For sale bhy Ianner Dirug tore and Tit.eompany. thn. spree court in an opinion afrming the ountry woni vote for him. -n op his lterary war- ville
- S the ta est nasocial institutions in the decision of the common pleas court Fditr Watteon of the LouIslle fae on the "sysINI -e trial. of it; business subject to the limits Watterson As Bryan's secretary of the panic whieh they had euael.d, usini sot.i h skin ald that lilhtillintes of stp ood Alletment May stand. toin that Its corporate duties must be treasury and the choice of Chamrup Cortelyou as their tool, and thlm had an action that ai ,pa-l at health.
Th. appileation of George W. Austin performed even though at a loss. Whit Clark as the next speaker of the bouo rei.fned complete control of the ma- Alit 'iaiy i eil ni- o-i ht f New York for a restraining order is a fair pro*t Is a highly complicated Afaisi in the Stnate,. rhinery of the government. He waa Bitters rttore weak ni enl give rtrln a Secretrry Cortelyo prIevent and difficult question. The court be The long exe-ftted letter frTm Sere dishertened I the people hal nerve, brigho- t eyes, h, v1 e ety skin, sa him from allotting L.00.000 of low avalld itself of all the best e- tary of the Tr:ieaury I ortelyou in r- beon fooled by these panie tacts. beautiful complex-n tiuranted at
ams taint bonds to certain f- dence that was offered or shown to pome to a state rerintion of illry For a central Bank. planner I)rur a ard Titeile Pharo bsn ea denied by Jade he obtainable. eonslered it with ex was reiv by Snator Aldrich after A I:ll to estahllnih a central bank at may. 50c
of the supreme court of the Dis emplry pat ele al care and it Senator Tillnl t h:l cngarige in :i WashiLngion. to he known as the Unitrl~et of Columbl Aasin charged csonluit that the enforcement of the tic comment on "t her:tteriul d State National Bank of Ameritca. JO WInt as C. at the secretary had violated the law seat oflitf against the complahanl ts the secretary s diIaob'ldienci. or ha. been Introduced by Forn of New UISIIOLtt KY St l eting his bid for $.00,000 of would do aInJutk to the orpoIrator m telyou's letter exprepsedl the desire ant York. The ank would have $100.000,aands sldltlug the bonds to ns- is yond cttkism." The taw was e- Intention to submit a complete -ria- 000 capital. of which the government r:m F. Saon banks and others at a lower acted by the last legislature. the bill to the eroolution not later than the on l to purchase thrie-fi from the FURS lire. paing both hou e by a iractaltly sing week and pleading ,erork if sale of gold bonds and the remainder ad Hi. Teas Saaeo Tak Car. thnallot are. The aterd tagt the department as the exuse forIl to be sold to national banks.
Th rts of Teas haws. the till tigyilete". and after It becaml delay
The stat, of Tern hn wsed' seven- a law the pennsylvano railroad I-tiom efendot Ihe Standard ii hatrining the onty ltion ir the sntrt o f tle MI6CELLANEOUS
IUt t nl and now ha nitty- a hii lp is froa efocig treasury to report the otinlltr' oft uS:
lx intmpodedr. The ars will prob- lafo The railroad conternded that the lrial banks placed In thends ore Mitchell'sa Last Convention. S y average 5 00 each ia alaoe, mak- la i as e ouostituthioal n that it vstok of J an Ielaes a1 i -1; t ilThe ninernth Wnesial eone ation ofMI M lag a total of $A00. It Is expected was unreasonable and con fatory. peokin o the le at r the tilit Mtne Workers of America. PECIAL OFFER: M ht t e e celte w ill le se them to w mfR :IW r to and this contention was sustalue b. an o lhel e* nod which twon at indianapolls Jan. 21. i t some company. the ieurt. The county then arrkl Senator Tlidfrr called the at.e marks the flial reh'iement of It, Iect s Must Abolish gigs. the se to the state snpreme court. tlion of thr set1e o i' st that "itr'tt lt nh ilitl' el il -rt ome rs n T. em The valkildty of the act passed by the shih ha b nw sustained the leer Piostmeter ortbtp of Pnt a- nhoeut .t.o ...r.. ila ho hin- e uPapr
boa of aldermen of New York elty court. The decision was by a vote of tinted to hehl oi--.e not Iithstan~in ershi ri his tuonI,. had in Wt tody leion this p empwering the munaclipalty to re- 4 to 3. that his nominorion hod tin forea i reasl fin e7:I1 In ItIh o 2if 3.7e02 ma e the adm t g bgnr the rejected by ile se Ite- ppo thidea of con SEND 10 CENTS

tphi by Jstee eetrltt nthea- EXECUTIVE ,eeriders, n. f aill as i na me 'm preme court of the state. In ader-d Ttie l linae dii'ol itdvor' .wn ni tel c h nt h y mte -e m forma nyci The cr ig kin decainonr the justice, after de- M a o C le d to W al ing to Iton lrn tmi r wit t r i l di r ,f te rot r il u ToIS M a sa r- T I E setbing the beaty or Fifth aenuen At the srggetin abd lrh lrheih. h d Irom ha 'Ith Il churehes. a th gseretar the ret et Acieris I I 1 -- o-4i oI,..suiis' to the do an WIetrtao Bst Bn.-ety llreaeshtoseir. Tlh is ind o hl. ad hel, said "It to Amid sch reteorm n it n t tt ra N i Anies s this that the plaintlfr aw o u f i on i te wa, of rc N aty Js ith a an Lnartwlo k'g p o rtama of -te rsin ts is le- ts-al Tior t ':1el 'r e si noi f te cjste of t'i t:i Th. t:ee u yea l
rftfl -it o' n it a slitut cts f n a vafrehn ;itI wlt e made ilr -eid thi h ettor ,f the whlle hi h l a nst
nov fo in atong ai in th. ahe i tirT h Itoinot Ioi km.. ea.. ise lit y .sec a.iao oi.s. "a. TIME IS MONEY
ia tou. It Is lb t t -r t-i avenuse ur n- o a n i-is f o t Nyhra il T ,Ist .iit brlag f n an de n t r o the s-s, Tr wer' to aki thor the r i l' prt I n-n li.d 'abeme of beauty which ia nin' air e re ai-lios olee Y orkthe dem ands of m oder onim er ial- W ith edraw al Fr em B oank Ber. 0 n t f a Dat b M i K-s ic bak- r

orho" ucsfor formr sa I-satrstTIire ido a'", it surat i l ir inst it i i rder t r:e~ l-dn nnhrit, M-t N- w semasity For Rfod Donied. hhot a I ta e slt i n ii Io t he oy ,f e-n', I i ta,1 : n FH Iout weka. report Eirout te grantE- a rhAiMr w t-ita vt j It
rg of f ll insIe a ity to $,s tnef. t rl bh ftfil t t .I 'a sb r tadt.. bTH oe er ati of Saa I'vtae -'o. i r- I-r ir the s ,r r hli i. fi l khf J a T Arn fo his tnhadon t ala li t a lthl,, IIII i -m .h, t I A:1 t t l ,
lrt.treee ounts ofti lati t b.r h Wr ,l'--. Ii-oin ai-,,e--eis-I- ..' its.ic aiy t itrt a.tie t e if, d.I er a let -sure tir 'h al ti sn i L-tS.e who irkaw that a day he et foe Itam it fls j i not I -' r- t h f .r l. .r fS 0 it
trial f i s it l ,h sit I noneh :.'1d i"1;101 ,'

r n tonclaton. IN a The hntsll oe t oI II J T hgr1 nMc Jai For Tole Io Daaoe'a- CO.MMi...ici.a ho Ness .eek t. .

-with the aerte -aIRv
of Toledto who had tert Irt to I thalo md.f Jidi l T a. .ma .0 J C t eatho risitiO a o t ru K. Je aup. t' i O s it Silk
eorkhoou.e foe or sisa a 'ls-ai t rlea.- Tao pre-i.--o ka, i;,b tto at It'- J'-- tie ei cut -p 1 1 lo, y ,
hiut only to decide that they sloutd 1 u --s h T, t y l i iie "i ":I "i. h'; I."i i l t l 1 N. t lvn 2 at tI-,- ag ,f Ncs IHE -s A ,I I
*rae I- sent to the Jail. Tae are i-oicit lt' I l... N: , I rk tri g .I, ty -ee I TTE
-erroed to Ire esenten-ed acrardlialy 0 stis Thist'i-neeiarrl ho ir r t i l Ii L. .t t- r Awelesa Cowoo l _od- I Tbe tersi wad one year oclanti ne oe" tessli.e ltcr ,lotion ro the ]i,. tA esa a 0 iti.
tr, 0 .st i-ilil. s the faremr-r Aieeleai corn- l, 'Th. Horoestsr Trust Fined. -lINeRE51ONAL pee. itin+i vfr abate t,,mloltonasar io dge Pant a ot To eko. K ta.. J ni ksoa si In the aait i i reh ee i ureilri
IS anesIt a fine of $12.00 a-aMinat lii.- I l-st-h a, ,. sOi 1- h t -i~' It,, I

i tch Ike coon had finl.l gtIlty 00 C.- I 5" a it. u 1i.,, h, ,. ::,be.i c t I aiii etxi 't
2 Irt-three ents of -th 1 lis e rr 1 I Al
t-ote atiltrust laws. I i i N, I ,.- i atrp, I. r tht' tl a.ti ei- ---, 1--.1 l.-- -- I, -- - - - - -

Under the ratIng of Judge tos li : :,o ,Ia, tmietio t .ftt u-ril co t if 0 5- la "r t .ia- .o-,. -r, 0t,, iu t, i ,r :1
young wife of Harry Thawn was -lit".by' t " ,L -t,
requed to repest In deal In open I 'ittL 'tale'. sesah'a I-c dirneti t it i--a 'y e :i ,n
,e-o srt the ory she had told in the i t i- a e ti r i r p:et air, l.i" wi e : 5l-n ,,, t i --a.-,. me-i "' ,
former trial abut her wron- at the --,-i r4. .reaIaoe 'ilt, trh0 d hIl .tr ,s oia hSn.r Swi
ands Of Stanfoed White before Thaw lua re re n'ales t tee yrh dee. BTh Stdndard Sewing Machine e ,rs whnteu The Newad eeT-1,ttr+ lsisp., is sold b5 the Indian River Ohsealebet4 ts wahal -a 'fee a 'll '.t- a n'--al .-atane at v.t v'e aJ;aetlr that sarkhtkr gh Mattc Hou. Titossile





NIot tom oqrPse 1 Slo9e, t for thne qoo4 of Ot1. Zi-Also.


SA OFDWI Qmn naulity Shoes LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
a wol and all Ukids ofdhes to
p. 01tthem still.theya. an abe-Uadanl PMragPoph 1 Wut uIdathat lawn,"ex qualit"y.bM9i O t the W ph l of TIW
ien Qum~ show worth 25 cents, Mondey's speialY11
0variedaeotother lot worth u cents for
W aen -ri. .N.Tm ma fer y.,i. lea t yueadcablig
M-AMead.m m -aW plants, for We are smtin more women with Try fHataC & orfe Jermeybutt-S centL 1000 Surebead cabbageplantsr
6116 J. a. WAuKm. them every day be e their rerp- ter and eins. inoleum, in beautiful inlaid pat- sae. J. R. WALKM.
e. inaser is pmiftng a few t gron w y y* i Roons to rent, furniubed and unfun-terns, special 59 cents per square Mrs. E. W& w uey is ruo h.. f-
wa m ta o thi wee. ras aiQdLitM.ABil l rt itished at MIrs. A. B. Dodmmn's. y --ard*.si a evere attack of lagrippe.
A dsloge than my othe ready e.d White-Ma llas bed spreads, ex- N reo .yt
A* e ate eats ate- doa oe. y it c. M .sr W. e ,srt, tra wide, worth $.50, special $49. New Vitrv o o for Februy
Smnts t a dollar., by a ate shipmet of oxfords justtre- R. D. Hoke, of Jenen, spent a part Good quality of yard wide aun- Im River MiaieHouse, asotlheVie-
&Oa dsavedoabyoodme. eeived in all the ry latest cuts. yt y in town and caedat T bleacheddoesti, Monday's special, tr Vitrola needle, the very best .
he Nevity tem keaps I bks, sta- Send us your orders we can please STAR office. 12 yards for SL. Have you tried Heath & C. for me-
,ihr m. aois, pa st c|rk, jewelry. you. Mr. Rod Smith h-returned to Titu- Drews linen in navy blue, ligt blue rie. "Poplhr prices" i heir tt- ,
S m- teys. 5-cent and lo-ent WINSTON S. BRANNING ville from Sanford, where he lasbeen and in natural ol cents a popular they are-Lowet ries
M. Doda for the past few month and expects to per yard, 3wi M hXwn.
: AL L^ -o f o returned b e riThe ClotlinrigStoreremain here permanently. Ladies' dymade drawers, made
M-a.& Jea, Wo returned hoame Ti tu i r .. l of an excellent quality of domestic, Mis Mabel Berge arrived Tuemdayaf-
SfWm O r a few days ago Tit ll Florida. Mr. F. P. Ziy, of Oak Hill, paid THB with tucks and lwmub itehing, special ternoon from New Smyrna for a shrt
wgi'lpef, is mach inmproed at this STA sanctum a pleasant call Wednes- 29 events per pair. viit with her friend, Mrs. D. B. Pritch
wIs w are pleased to state. W.S. BRANNING RF.IGNS day morning. He was in town for the Ladies' nightgowns, made of a ard.
J.l. Da nisi A.l J. Shavr, Dmp*rp,! of making an ppmtmnt with good quality of domestic, trimmed
Mo J. & D= e A. M c H nGivenUpPotion asnIr tyforate l with torchon lace or embroidery, Mr. Ge R. Gomph, who wM th
PI -esa w cm on an etemnded of lndim. River State Bank which Mr. ziy has for sale, having fin- specials 9entseach. cashier of the Fort Dallas Natas
wadwin Oesola county ad Mr. Branning tendered his resig- hed shipping his crop of oranges. White nainsook, specially good for bank housecured a pva ttia, Cuin and wbi-
T m d .t d r dm ghmrop of Pi fineunderwear,special 15 cents per ners bourenin Havana, Cubs, andw
We e tseteto turn tomorrow with nation as cashier of the Indian River Mrs. James I-nghn, n ,.of Pitts- yard. make that city his future home
O-d1 f Samu. State bank, Titusville, Fla., on Janu- burg, and Mrs. W. Drennen uisell, of White Linino, specially good for M a Mrs. C. J. Denha. mewed
4.W..B. He.tzof iWJi, ary r eBianegham, prominent and wealthy shirtwaists and shirt waist suits, 36 TMSr.da i e Dme ted
B. of iJa r Bra- ary t, '. By request he agr people of theirespective states, were incheswide, special 15 cents per yard. day their new home, the Ne-
.% wUi spending the winterat hi to remain one month longer. in Titvif thefrstof the ueek and White pearl buttons in all sizes cottage which they recently p-
SgiM at a t paid a visit February t he will take full charge werewell pleased without town and special 8 cents per doen. chased, situated on the river front in
at ofhis lothinstore. his business hav- willprobably re rLacecurtains, yards long,beau- South Tituville. The place they
t. l mfriedDr.eturnin o hisotu clot g sto i buse ha- wr J prb yreunhueatrsijnso worth $2.50, special coated is now occupied by Mr. and M
HalwsPam, We ay, r iu ing grown so that it requires his their humbands. at Miami. t eigns, worth 50, special tedisnow pied by Mr.
C-j lBat y$1em.2. $151S per pair. Ges. W. Scobe, Jr.
Mm r, Dwyeed by a lady whole time and attention. Mr. T. A. Snyder, of Hobe Sound, ac- Boy's knee pants, made of a fine
.s oli hmeas, from Roekedge, nta Mr. Branninghavingbeeneonnect- companiedbya partyof friends., arrived quality of hard finished worsted, A moving picture show at the Tis-
panrt ftTmday aftam in town. ed with the bank the past ten years, in Miami this week on an automobile trip sizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. vile opera houseModay and Tueday
M u ye is a msciia and i it with deep regret that we have from Jacksonville. The runm from the Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, nightswasliberallypatronized thehem
te w of Mr. C. F. Dwyer, the owner to accept his re nation. metropolis to St. Augustine was made vii or gun metal, worth $3.00, spec- being crowded to its full capacity MoV -
Sw et Mr. C. Dwye Hotel Indian Rivthe owner, INDIAN STATE B in th hours, which is fast tme for ial $2.49. New spring styles. day. Wednedaynightand last night the
ad rIetretheHotelldianliver, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK, h hrs, whch ftae th o Mail orders promptly filled on any people were entertained bytreet per-
ReMklada James Pritchard, President. thatro .Mr. Snyder paed through of the above goods. fct..-w~ by Mr. Von Shrum, who wa
Onef -uoldest and mast valued TitusvilleSunday a Juuus KLNE, Titusville. here last season anddoessomeexcellent
**1 w in rme is subeription Judge Jones Deaes Mandamus TE STAR office received a pleasant feats on tight rope, hoop rolling, jug-
S Tm r R says: 'Twenty-mx Ymra In the case ofthe-H. W.Metcalf call Wee y afternoon from GeneralGoin to Be Here gling, etc.
a I com--e eed adng Ta SSTa and Co. vs. W. E. Martin,tW Metca Albert W. Gilchrist, of Punta Gorda,
italways eemslike getting a letter o. s W. E Martin, tax collector who is a anlidate for governor before On Monday evening, Feb. 3rd, at Hugh J. Willoughby's motor boat,
home; so many good peoplelive of Orange county, the writ of man- the coming primary. General Gilchrist the opera house the thoroughly de- Grey Wolf, was destroyed by fire a few
l Brvadd that I hear about through damus to compel the collector to is- is making a hasty tour of the state in lightful Beggar Prince Comic Opera nights agoat Sewell's Point, near St-
T rn .oA" sue license has been denied by Judge the interest of his candidacy and left Co. will present the most successful ar. It was burned to the water'sedge
On acomt of the resignation of Mr. Jones. The judge heard the motion yesterday morning on the early train for comic opera of recent years, "Said and tank, nd en towed the remains
W. Braming as vice-president and several days ago and after the evi- points in St. Lucie and Dade counties. Pasha," and it will doubtless prove a out, via Gilbert bar, into the gulf
eme r of the Indian River State bank, dence had been produced denied the The motor boat Earl, from Jackson- gala occasion for local patrons of stream and turned them loose The
Mr. F. 8, Battle has been elected vice- writ. This case which emanated ville, stopped at this place Sunday hav- theatrical amusement. "Harry" boat was built by Capt. Dewey at Fort
president of this banking i'-,tuto from the wet and dry election in Or- ing on board Mr. Jarvis and family. in 1905and was former
m Mr. Ralp W. Hail, who b been ange county will now be carried to The Earl is a comfortable boat about which we are us There is no dis-known as the Red 1905 She parimerly
seemmtt, hasbeen promoted to the the supreme court. The result will feet long and has a Standard gasoline respectintended in referring to Mrdis- knowpted in all the races on Lake Worth a
b mea be watched with a great deal of inn boat a ired below the Lea Velle, the dashing young tenor, year ago and won several prizes.
served promotion as the work done in terest by the residents of Orange water line and suggests that at some thus familiarly, for such is his geni- Mr. I. F. Spencer, who has been head
the pest by Mr. Hale accountant has county and the state at large. time in the past she has been a steamer. ality and his popularity that every- clerk in W. S. Branning's clothing store
eceived e highest *eoinw from body feels Inclined to call him by his for over three years past, resigned that
the icials of this bink. Mr. Branning Planters' Bank at Jensen Closed Special Cut Prices first name. There is evidence of the position the first of the new year to ac-
rtires from the banking baminess in or- The Planters' Security bank, of IN KUNE'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT liking for him and his work in the so- bucept aporeed to reman in Guthrie Oklahoma
d.r to give his whole ttent ito h Jensen, was closed about ten days but agreed to remain here until the 15th
Martogr se -s t ago and it is probable that a receiver The price of our clothing will be doing. He comes to the Titusville of February. On receiving an urgent
oing ines. will be appointed within the next few cut down almost one-half. And we opera house Monday evening sur- telegram this week he will leave next
days to wind up the affairs of that have a mighty fine assortment yet. rounded by a large company of con- Monday for Guthrie, much to the regret
rchNotes bank. The bank's condition has just We can fit you and suit you. siderable strength, including a chorus of his numerous friends here on account
Rev. WiL Stones will preach on Sun- been passed on by the state examinerogifstn
day et at LaGrange at 11 a. and thisbeing a state bank), who reco- Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals of dancing, prancing girls that are of his leaving them, but carrying with
at Titville at 7 p. in. Conference af- mends that a receiver beappointed For the week ending exciting the attention of the press in him their best wishes for success and
ta eveing e subject to the orders and jurisdiction nearby cities, and will be seen and prosperity in that thriving and go-ahead
e in the Presbyterian church of the judge of the circuit court, and J Doe, G Doe, Pittsburg, Pa; A G ear i"Said Pasha" the tuneful city in the west.
Preinhing the financial status is suc that with Shaver, Bellaire, 0; H J Day, Hagers- heard in "Said Pasha," the tuneful city in the west.
t Sunday evening at 7 o'lock, and careful management the creditors ton,Ind; Jerome Day. Hagerstown, comic opera which still stands unsur- The schooner yacht Limit, from N v
Snday smcholatsin the&fteroonalso should albe paid in full, the assets Ind; C Lee Smith, Pomona, Fla; H J passed in worth by any that Ameri- York, arrived here Monday night from
prayermeetig tuesday -fternoon at 3. exceeding the liabilities by about Ford, Atlanta, Ga; C Robinson, can talent has yet produced. Daytona on her way to Cocanut Gr'.
e eDr. J. B. Hawk las be rthele tiiao1t Avilton, Md; Mr and Mrs S B Smith, nThe timing is to be some- with the owner, Mr. W. J. Mathesi,
rierhas beereturnedto $1000Kansas City, Mo; Geo W Parker, Del- The costuming is said to be some- on board, also his wife and son. The
hs Idian ve churches for another l Aaware; T H Barlow. Orlando, Fla; thing gorgeous and the entire pro- Limit is 62 feet over all,. with 19 feet
year, the thof teprentpastorate. Indian River Hotel Arrivals B Prater and wife, Indiana N M duction has been beautifully staged beam and draws less than 3 feet. She
He comes in responseto urgent petitions For the week ending Jan. 3) Massey, Atlanta, Ga; Ross Drennan. and mounted. There are twenty or is accompanied by the cabin launch Loon.
sent in by the earches. Dr. Hawk will O B Floyd, Orlando; A R Rule, Fairbanks, Alaska; Harry D McClus- more catchy song hits and we trust which tows the schooner in calms and
preahk at City Point Sunday, Feb. 2nd, Pittsburgr S F Gray, Canaveral; John ky, Kane, Pa; E A Martin, Jackson-
at 10 a. nd at Ea Galli at 7 Neil Westvile Fla F P Zi Oak ville J W Hutchinson, N Y; Mr ia large house will welcome them the against ead winds. The Loon is 42 feet
p. m. Hill; LT lobe, Rokledge; R H Wheat- Amelia Hester, Jacksonville; Mrs night they are to be with us. Seats long and 9 feet beam, fitted with 18 h. p.
Dean BAbto... will preach in Eau on, Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs P F James Laughlin 3rd, Pittsburg, Pa; will be put on sale well in advance in I Craig motor. These two boats left
Gallie e Sunday morning, Feb. 2nd, at Gates, New York; L Moreton Mur- Mrs W Drennen Russell, Birming- order to supply the demand for choice Tuesday morning for Cocoanut Grove,
le, sad in Melbourne on the same ray, Daytona: Max L Suartz, New Sham, AlaMr and Mrs Wrght, Valley locations at Branning's. Popular where Mr. Matheson has a lovely winter
aay evemin at 7-. The Rv. Mr. York; W F Brown, New York: Albert Stream, N Y; Von Shrum, Columbus, w pea home. The Limit is in charge of Capt.
wWill at S. Ge s W Gilchrist, Punta Gorda: WT Ohio; Geo J Baur. L L Baur, Green- prices will prevail. ReseJed seat S. Thompson and Capt. Simonson, of
Cesmm wi oeste at St Gabriels Moore. Jacksonville; Fred P Bowles, ville, S C; DM Carpenter, Jackson- $1.00. this place, was engaged to pliot them a.
Titasvile, m Sunday evening, Feb. 2nd, Louisville;- M Mannheim, Georgia ville; E J A Drennan, Dummitt Grove P ea
at 7:0. Dean Robottom holds service R D Hoke, Jensen; H W Besy, Stu- W T Bodiford, Gainesville, Fla; J A The Noble Art of Self Defense far as Palm Beach.
and lectures in St. Gabriels church art; J S LeFils, Jacksonville; J W Hendricks, Sanlford, Fla Mrand Mrs Boxing, wrestling, dumb-bell exer- FURNITURE. DRY GOODS, SHOE.
every Thmraday evening at 730 p. mn. Sammons, Macon, Ga; J C Arthur, Eustis, Miss Eustis. Boston, Mass. cises. Indian club swinging and bag-
The imbjeetf his rday evening lee- Chicago. -- --- punching taught at the physical culture Cotton batting, 1" and L .c. Air guns
ges for this winter is the "History of Photo Gallery Reopened school. Any young lady with travelling Shetland floss and knitting worsted
sh Book f Coinon Mu ap et .aPrayerustep rpe. h- Ka inclinations will be taught the skipping Talking machine tickets with every
k t omo P er"A cool drink at a cool place at Mr. H. Faust, the photographer, has rope, clog dance and calisthenics to per- Cash purchase. Records and machine.
A cool dink at a p MANDY'S. returned to Titusville and is now ready fection and prepared for the stage. The exchanged for tickets
os d a o p for all work in that line at the Taylor professor has had a life-time experience Carpet sweepers Art squares
MAND S. For Sale gallery, on Julia street. Crayon, pastel, in athletics. He has travelledwithJohn CIIAS. A. GARDNER. Phone 34
The. A nprh ese p water colors and oil paintings given L Sullivan, Muldoon and Kilrain, Les- -
The Alpine Hotel 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at prompt attention and at lowest prices ter and Allen, Primrose & West. The Wanted
Titiuville, Fla., F A Losley, man-i $5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old, consistent with good work. Bottom of the Sea Co. and others. F:1
*On the .plan-frn- now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire -- -- particulars make inquiry at the Gym- One hundred laying hens, small sized
r eo a quick lnh. C-n brood sows; so a Avy wood wagon in Orange and Grapefruit Trees nasium. or this paper office. broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and
taln e n Address B l i a PROF. Jos. FIELDiG. ghame, at Palmhurst hotel. Titusvill.
traly located. E. B. AaRoL. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Champion Athlete. -

Malabar, Fla. hickory hammock. Free from white -- Draying
Nursery Stock for Sale fly. One year to two year old buds. ; D. Pacignana Draving or handling of all kindsprompt-
Citrus stock grown on high pine Wood For SalePrices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- Shoemaker and repairer, all work first ly attended to. M.ets all trains. Stove
. Indian River Nurseries, estab- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill class and guaranteed. Next door to wood for sale at all timos.
ed 186. Send for cataogue ing and harowing. See or address J. station. J. W.GRIFFIS Carruthers' barber shop. Julia street, H. E. HoToSe.
-ledo and West Palm Beach, FIa. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. I Shiloh,. Fla. Titusville. Titusville, Fla.

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t y aol or rlbatb es to MIeis
i aglag Smith to ralatown aId
Artm ilo G t m ardered

t him in Jal, er Wyatt left
nst mrninarg we Parrih.
hoard that Gil hadl bee seea and
inating diestm to MIteheltIl
^ Mr be t ao o ito deputy. Jesse Da
A horsGbac d left Mr tat m artiom
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P-lle.. em1bty. rema the ride M
m ag est or privation to w halM

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ad n ore oaeerP. After leave
bheirde Gthat footed then Bovls n
aas saed for aect dostane, bIt ft
aby le t It and psed put byJesse D.

to Lakelard. At thfs time Gfl was

t lyf ad deputy who had bese rid-
ar nut ah pomible with Jaded hora
ela.a t da htIf theory Bowanght Grel
they wount.ld hae to chne hride to,
they changed and made better time.
Gill left the Lakeland road and took
Sort Green broad, going throas b

i~a' Gnal was oly one hour in the

lead, which shows how fast the shetif
a hs deputy were riding. Here they
chaaged horses again, ant u aalgct
was coming on they were forced to ving
ao1erl In order to keep the track
remry half mile they tould trite
atehes to see If they till had the
track, and thusthat they continued until
they tracked him to Bowhange trees,
where they met Deputy better Tmek-
r of Deoto county, who told them rough
m cousin of Gill' by the name of War
rem GIbren. They went to Gibre's
lae and at 11:30 located Gilt there-
n Deputy Shere ridg. Tucker ailed and
called Warren Gibren out and asked
hiwas If Gill was there. Giwbren saiforced he
was anot, but was told that they knew
he water for his orse was In the yard.
He then admitted that Gill was inside
the house, and started back, but was
told to stop. Deputy Tucker then
called Gill, who acountywered. Tcker told
him to come out, this he refused to do
at first, and said that he had a good
5. Rifle and plenty of ammkerliton
aled that he could shoot as looked as
himy body. Continuing Gilbrel said: "I
guess you know what I have done:
you may get me but I will get some ot
yold to stop. Deputyri Tucker told him
that he knew what he had done ando
that he had a warrant for him. and
that there sheriff of Manatee county wa
with him Sheriff Wyatt then told Gill
to come out; that he had been fo-
lowing him all that day and part or
the night, and that he would see thas
he was not hurt, but take him back to
Braldentown. Gill then came out ani-
gave himself up.
Sheriff Wyatt and Deputy Jesse
Lamb put Gill on his horse and immed
lately started beck. They traveled
al night and next day Gil was safely
landed in the county jail, where he
will remain until he pays the extreme
penalty of his horrible crime.

Chamberlain's Coah Remedy a Safe
Kedoina for Childrea
In baying a anugh medicine for chil.
dren never he afraid to buy Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy. Tlhre is no dan.-
per fom ait, and relief as alwav, uPre to
follow. It is intended e spacally frr
cough&, colds, crampand whooping 'augh,
and there is no belier umwlicius in the
world for these diseases. It is not nly a
certain rune for croup, Imt. wlhn given
as soon as tie crumpy coungh appears, will
prevent the attack. Whoopins vangh is
not dangermns wlhn this resaely is given
as directed. It contains no opium or
other harmful drugs. and may he given as
conidently to a Iaby an to an niadl. For
sale by Banner Dru .Store and Tituseille
Ma-.WW i i M
H--I m.& i i s

Tewmad. at HeOW HL
The De~toas HanfUaJeoual tails
a fl* ce tR wih visJid tow
eonst mei. of Voluasa county last
Saturday. That pawr aays:
A torado r cyclome movyg frm
the southwest swept through a half
mie track at Holy Hi Saturday
morning at :40 leaving a track at do-
struetioa la Its wake.
The edge e the blow was felt tn
Daytoma and Daytona Beach to some
eteat,. but no damage was dome,
though the ferry beat -Yankee Doo-
die," had a tough scramble ato it for a
fow minutes, but being well handled
by her coolheaded captata, she maa-
aged to land her passengers safely.
But at Holly Hill the storm rival-
ad the fam ous storms of Kanaa ta
the freak It exhibited. The wort dam-
age was done between thei ^dnud-
soa house sad the postomce at th
home at Mra. HL A. Carter. forest
trees by the hundreds were either up-
rooted or had the topn entirely blown
away, even the palmetto trees were
entirely snapped off like pipe stems
sad the tops carried quite a distance.
A small house back of the Udmoad-
sea lot belokagig to Mr. Hancock was
slid of It foundations toward the
west against the wind, and set flat aon
the ground with the family Int t.
Part of the upstairs piazza of the
dmoeason house was torn away, the
chimney wrecked and a corner of the
root torn of. Mr. Heath's chimney
was blown down, the front of the old
Harris store carried away, twelve
windows broken at Mr. G. W. Harris"
and another chimney blown off, while
at Mrs. Carter's house the wind enter-
ed the open west door of the kitchen.
tore two heavy pine doors inside the
house from their hinges, breaking the
locks and ripped of the steps from
the door frames so that the doors
were carried through the doorways
the opposite way from which they or
dinarily swung. Two lamps and some
other glassware was smash-
ed and a few light objects carried out
to the street, but no pictures disturb-
ed nor any of the many articles on
shelves and brackets or tables blown
down, strange to say, though every
thing was sprinkled with sand. The
chimney fell, making a large hole in
the roof and chairs and flower stands
and pots were blown from the piazza
far out Into the yard, the two large
front gates carried in fragments over
the river bank, while in all the yards

fallen trees and tree tops
fences and a miscellaneous
meant of all kinds of debris
mournful and a discouraging
North of Mrs. Carter's the
was slight except for Messrs.
ell and Richardson's new

made It

which was seen to go up entirely out
the water, turn over, and settle back
upside down, to the horror of the
owner, who, however, got, her right-
ed as soon as the storm abated.
The actual tornado passed in two
minutes, with a roar like an express
train and almost solid sheet of water
at Its heels, which lasted quite a while
with an ordinary high wind.
Mr. Thos. Wetherell says that the
storm passed over his house in th--
shape of a white whirlwind with a
tangible shape to IL
A large force of men gathered as
soon as possible to lend neighbor'
aid and to clear the roads of trees, tel
phone poles and wires, and worked
with such a will that by noon ;%e
.oads were all open for travel, but 1:
wil' take weeks to clear away :h.
broken trees from the house lots ,n-'
put them in shape again.
Nothing like this tornado has ever
been seen in this section as far back
as the "oldest inhabitant" can remem-
her. but this seems to be an age of
A Wondeful Happening
Port Byron, N. Y., has witnessed mte-
of the monwt remarkable cast-s of healing
ever recorded. Aanos F. King, of thist
place mays: 'Bun-kien's Ari.ia Salve
cared a sore on my leg wills which I liadl
msnfferl over 80 years. I am anow eighty-
five." Guaranteed to cure all sores, by
Banner Drae Store- anl Titnsville Phar
anacy. 2.'-.

For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslows' Soothing Syrup ha.
been used for over sixty years by -nillions
of mothers for their children while teeth-
ingr. with perfect success. It snothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the beet remedy
lor diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little mifferer immediately. Sold by dru-.
ists in every pert of the world. Twenty-
fivecents ah bottle. Besuieand ask for
"Mrs. Winelow's Soothing Syrup," sad
tsk- no oth-r kind. Guaranteed under
the food and drugs act, June 30th, 1906.
Serial number 1098.


TI blw T PNiinrp ia Ill-
tI tIto unkmed Dl mu
To relieve the worst form of rheu-
matism, take a tepo ul f the
following mixture after each meal
and at bedtime:
Fluid extract dAndlion, one-half
ounce; compound kargon, one ounce;
-e.1pon-d syrup sarsaparills, three

These bvmnl.s ingredients can be
olb**nwd from our homed. ua. sgB
and are easily mixed by shaking them
well in a bottle. Relief is general
felt from the first few doses.
This prescription, states a well-
known authority in aCleveland morn-
ing paper, forces the clogged-up, in-
active kidneys to filter and strain
from the blood the poim u waste
matter and uric acid, which causes
As rhPnumatiun is not only the most
painful and tortuous disease, but dan-
gerous to life, this simple recipe will
no doubt be greatly valued by many
sufferers here at home, who should
at once prepare the mixture to get
this relief.
It is said that a person who would
take this prescription regularly, a
dose or two daily, or even a few
times a week, would never have ser-
ious kidney or urinary disorders or

Cut this out and preserve it. Good
rheumatism prescriptions which real-
ly relieve are scarce, indeed, and
when you need it, you want it badly.
Our druggists here say they will
either supply these ingredients or
make the mixture ready to take, if
any of our readers so prefer.


I at the following places for the par-
pose of awessing the taxes for 1166, at the
time named below. I would take it as great
favor if all would meet me at the designated
places at the time named. It will enable me
to complete my work earlier and more cor-
rectly. W. H. HALL, Assesor.
Miceo, Monday. Feb. 3rd, morning, at P.
Grant, Taesday, Feb. 4th, morning, at L.
Malahar, Thursday. Feb. Oth, morning, at
Arnold's store.
Melbourne, Saturday. Feb. 8th. morning. at
Brown's hotel
Melbourne Beach, Monday, Feb. 10th. morn-
ing, at pustofMie.
Eau Gallie,. Tuesday, Feb. lith, morning.
at McMillan's hotel.
Tropic, Thursday, Feb. 13th, morning, at
Banyan, Thursday, Feb. 13th. afternoon, at
Brantley. Friday, Feb. 14th. morning, at
Lotus. Friday, Feb. 14thb. afternoon, at post-
(eorgiana. Saturday, Feb. 15th. morning.
Provost's store.
Courtenay, Tuesday. Feb. ISth, noruing. at
Indiansila. Wednesday. Feb. 19th, morning.
at postoffice.
Merritts.. Wed s:i d:sy. Feb. 19th., afternoon.
at pim tofice.
Rockledge. Thursl.,y. Feb. -2th. morning,
at Lockhardt's store.
('orna. Saturday. Fr-b. 2tml. morning. at
town hall.
<'ity l'oint. Monday. I'<.l,. *Ithb inorniiiie. :st
Sharp.. %loin1l:ty. Fe-b. 2,t1l. :tlte..pM.on. at

Titiaville-. W\.slne-lvay. Fe. ;.th,. u,,irning.
at oturt hoi--.
Miui-. Thurisdy. Feb. :7th. wlurnini-g. at

L~aira~azr. Friday. Felh. 2 th. morning, at
cooper hlop.
Nathan. Tue.-iday. Mrh. ird. ..1.m. at mst-.
Canaveral. Wednesday. Mch. 4th, morning.
at lpostoffice.
Artesia, Thursday. Mch. -th, morning. at
Haulover. Monday. Mch. 9th. morning, at
Thos. Crooks.

Long Live the King!
i? th*- lipMiular (ery throughout Euroipean
oeiuntrieF; while in America the c-ry of
the preswlat day is "Long live Dr. King's
New li)scvery, king of throat and Inng
rentedie!" of which Mrs. Julia Rydei
Paine, Truro, Mass, ears: "It never
fails to give immediate relief and to quick.
ly care a rough or cold." Mrs. Paine's
opinion is shared by a majority of the in-
habitants of this country. New Discovery
cnres weak lungs and sore throats after
all other remedies have failed; and for
coughs and colds it's tihe only sure cure.
Guaranteed by Banner Drug Store and
Titusville Pharmacy. 50L. and $1 (O.
Trial bottle free.




Semd for oe of or Vegetabe Paphlee a d see
6 fron tWe reports tr mil what mood rsult
S were ad by the e of e --ap- --nre M is

bins lots of 9abmdie lformtlof. Apply toS
E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
JOs. Paxto, Rockledge
jJM. Sanders, Cocoa
A. T. Patillo, Oteen
S. Bermann, Merritt

or L J. R. IYSKN, Jacksonville

No. 99 3 291 STATIONS. No. 7No. 4 :4.'4
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