The Florida star ( February 7, 1908 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
February 7, 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 ( Place of Publication )


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID:

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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Church Notes
Dea bottom will omeiate in St.
aris 'aef. T-as .% Te Sunday
, F. 9, at 11, and in Merritt
atk p. m. ai in Coeoa at 7l0 p. m.
lar services at the Presbyterian
- Weh S uday, pfea ingatl p. wm and
Ady sebool at 3 tM e afternoon.
Sayrmeeting at 3 o'clock TuSemay af-

Dan Pobttor is delivering a course
of tr tis win t rinSt Gabriel
dnehe, ed vil y waron "re Hito r.and
Cotentof the Book of Com Pray-
er." Tbereisabhortservice and lecture
arevlr Thaurcy evein nlthe church
at~d bo Tpubic is invited
rIanportt Notice, Men and Boys
Do not fail to visit our store next
Towem y, Feb. llth. We will have
with as Mr. J. M. Shea, representa-
tive of Ed.V. Price and Co., the
largest tiling houe in the U. S.,
who wfl have on exhibition five hun-
red large spring and summer sam-
ple Cal and let us take your meas-
ure for your su winmmer suit.
If not ready for suit just now, call
rad make your selection, can have
suit shi ed out when wanted.
ges e Clothing Store
The Clothing Store

Standard Sewingb Machine
The bet and lightest running on the
arket, does both chain and lock stitch
- the m a machine. Canbefurnisbed
wi either rotary or vibrating shuttle.
Spat cash prices or easy installment
tfrm er rented.
Titusville, Fla.
Photograph Gallery
Geto Faat, the photographer, on
Juia street, for artistic photos. All
-map &wa 01d m u%.

aen nluty hoes LATEST EWS

It takesaln kindsetd a to make
world and all kinds f Ies to
p M th Bu. Still they can a be fmfUt rUgInb Aut ur llM ht
suidWith *Q- 0-ity ahoes f-d bn Qd Ma
-so varied and "ouitu i the line. THn iG im shIN1
We are uitinmg mre women with Best Fres Wnm 's Gaa Jmct.
them every day ba e their repu- Tituville Pharmacy.
tatio grows every day. Mis Ruth Boye left Sunday afteroo
"Oae Q iMty will retainits for Jacksovile where he will take a
longer than any other ready course of study for trained nurse
made e. lTry it once. Dean Robotto will deliver a lecture
La shipment of oxfordsjust re- in the opera hooae Friday night at 8
ay ind an the very late eut. o'clock. Subject "JeanD'Are." Price
Sd your a of tickets: Adults S cents, children 10
NT NIYeats. For the beenit of the V. L A.
Master Robert Pritchbett celebrated
Tihe ClothirngStore his ninth anveary Saturday and en-
fTInl F idk~ tertained a large number of his little
T^IIw friends with a party at the Pritchett
resident in Soeth Titaville.
Ab E r Mr. B. B. LaRohe of CoArtaeny,
Miss Daisy Brady charming en- paid T STA oice a pleasant call
tainted a large number of her friends Monday while in town for a day or so.
last Friday evening in honor of Miss Mr. LaRoche is oe of the pioneer rei-
Mabel Berge, of New Smyrna, who dents of Merritt Island and a succes-
was visiting Mrs. D. B. Pritchard ful orangegrower.
here. Mr. T. A. Perry, of Decatur, G,aand
Progressive euchre was enjoyed his two daughters, Winnie and Aline,
imupewly by all till late in the eve- came to Tituville Wednesday to spend
n, and Mi Frankie Stewart car- the cold month. Mr. Perry would ike
ied of the ist prie, a lovely ad- to by a place herewith some orange
ke off the first prielovelys Md-trees on it for a winter home.
kerchief. Mr. BertIves and Mr. Mr. B. C. Snyder, :p.edby his
Frank Skill tied for th.e tlemn' Mr. B. C. Syder, scomby his
rank ll tied for the ntsister-in-law, Miss Ruth Barringer, of
Mr. Skill proving the lucky one on New York, and her friend, Miss Hover,
cutting forsame, sterling key ring. who are spending the winter with rea-
Miss Brady then presentedMiss Ber- tives at Ccoa, came up from that place
ge, as the guest of honor, with a yesterday in his smallest launch and
dainty hand painted fan. spent several hours viewing our city
Delicious r~efrhent- wereserved and also shopping.
by Miss Brady and Miss Berge, after The Four Pickerts is a guarantee of
which the good byes all were said, good entertainment in dramatic lines.
having spent most lovely evening. This company will positively appear at
-- -- the Titusville opera house Thursday,
Palmhurst Hotel Arrivals Friday and Saturday of next week. Re-
For the week ending Fekb. served seats on sale in due season at
Miss Emma New, Woodbury, Ten- Branning's Clothing Store. Reserved
ne, A a; seats 75 cents, general admission 50 cents
nessee; T H Gumin, Atlanta; O M and children 25 centa
Bonar, Jacksonville; Geo C Matson,
Washington; F G Smith, New York; The Beggar Prince Opera Co. pre-
sWented Said Pasha at the Titusville Opera
J Srp, White Springs, a; House Monday night to a crowded house.
Wright, DeLand; L Weiss, Atlanta; The play was excellent in every detail
0 J Hemert Jr, Americus, Ga; C A the company won the highest approval
Miles, Jacksonville; L Wells, Michi- of all. The next attraction will be the
gan; Mr and Mrs Van Shrumm, Col- Four Picksrts Co., which plays here
umbus, Ohio; W Cox and wife, New Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next
York; E Merris, I Rudisill, M Irving, week.
H Lea Velle, Earnest Lewelling, Beg- Mr. G. C. Battle moved Monday from
gar Prince Co; A M Wing, Bayard; the Robbins cottage, on Washington
Geo S Singleton, New Orleans; J J avenue, into the new cottage just built
Sharp, White Springs; FE Roumillat, for him on the river bluff near the mill
Sanford, Fla; E J A Drennen, Dum- of the Titusville Lumber Co. We hear
mitt Grove; HE Lan Cincina- that another cottage will be built short-
mitt Grove; H E Langdon, Cineinna- i j south of Mr. G. C. Battle's.
ti; SL Brown, St Augustine; B Liy just south of Mr. G. C. Battle's.
ti; S L Brown, St Augustine; B BLa- This will make four new cottages on the
Roche, Courtenay; J R Miot, Indian- river bluff recently built in that part of
ola; E B Arnold, Malabar; O C Rob- town, which seems to be rapidly coming
eson, Avilton, Md; L R Phillips, Miss to the front.
C Gardner, Sanford; J A Crews, Fla -
Times Union; Mr and Mrs W A Bald- Fine Monday Offerings of Men's
win, Arlington Heights, Mass; Mrs Clothing
Estey, London; R A Conkling, Till- The man who wants to brighten
man; Ross Drennen, Fairbanks Alas- up his wardrobe can do it now at very
Little cost. Stylish, splendidly made
ka; Daniel RRizeand wife, Birming- A. B. Kirschbaum suits and overcoats
ham; J Hugh White, Atlanta; E Hil- in these reduced price groups:
zinger, St. Augustine; C A Reesce Black, oxford and fancy mixed
and wife, C E Robinson and wife. overcoats at $$8 to $15.. All were
SWinniemuch more.
Hinsdale, Mass; T A Perry, Winnie Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots,
Perry, Alline Perry, Decatur, Ga; A black thibets and unfinished worsteds
B Vance, F W Johnson, Jacksonville; at $10*. to $16.50.
Scheffel Wright, Louisville. Ky; E A Men's fancy and white vests. of the
regular $1..50 to 56.00, grades, now at
McLean, Jr, N Y; W L Ely and wife,t $.49 each.
New York; D N Carpenter, Jackson;
ville; Miss Alice Tutffey, Rome. N Y- Palmhurst's Increasing Popularity
C E Saunders, Orlando, Fla. Palmhurst has been filled to the
For l limit the entire week and several ad-
For Sale
joining cottages were called into re-
15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at quiition to sit in lodging its -
$5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old.its nu-
now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire merous guests. Dr. Daniel. the own-
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w. .t ur a lpr r Droo- sows;a awonson yyw ooa wagon in er, says he will add thirty rooms
ta. Crayo., pastel, water colors and fine condition. Address
l paintings a specialty. E. B. ARNOLD. more for the coming season.
Malabar. Fla.
The Alpine Hotel A cool drink at acool place at
Tituaville, FaL, F. A. Lesley, man- D. Pagnana MANDY'S.
Ar_. On the European plan-furn- Shoemaker and repairer, all work first i.
rooms and quick lunch. Cen- class and guaranteed. Next door to range and Grapefruit Trees
y located. nCarruther'barber shop, Julia street, Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. on high:
STitu villhickory hammock. Free from white
Nrsery Stock for Sale Lad for sale Ifly. One year to two year old buds.
Citrm stock grown on high pine Eighty arrr in Brevrd county. heing the Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
d. Indian River Nurseries, estab- W. i ofs. w. i. .s. Sa. T. 21. u. 3. uad ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill;
l I.M Send fotr Natal-eI NW. ItfN. W.i ofS e,, s.T.sit.R.- For station. J. W. GRIFFIS,
idt setr 1 particlahrs aidree M. P. car. ST a Shiloh. Fla.
4M and West Palm Beach. 1 ..W. emi r

Special Sale at Kline'sLOCAL GOSSIP
-*--**--* AMD PESONAlS
MONDAY, FE. 10, 1908. PASO AIM
We have on display on Mondayi;4 t M La u t- i rl of yH-_
next the latest styles of ladies' belts, I0'h 'W 1-
neckwear, side and back combs and wlls a TkI Cip Ed fI
novelties, which Mr. Kline has sent
from New York by express. 1000 Sreead cabbage plants for
White India lawn, extra quality, ale. J. R. WAUL .
worth 25 cents, Monday's special 19 Valestines and post cards at the No-
Cents per yard. eity Stare. L Domou.
Also another lot worth 20 cents for Mrst W. LrL. nterta a
15 cents. M W.- a Batt enterti a
Linoeum, in beautiful inlaid pat- numberof her friends at her rds-es
tern, special 9 cents per square on Pastreet Friday night oftlast week,
yacd. cosnpinent'y to her friend, Mia Tar-
White M,-sellOse bed spreads, ex- ver, from Georgia who is here on a few
tra wide, worth $2.50, special $49. weeks' visit.
Good quality of yard wide un-
bleached omesti, Monday'sspecial, Fha t do dars ill bo a b re u ad
12 yards for hand RideEricanmhoatair egime. Wi
Dres linen in navy blue, light blue br "any f"l or rubbish suh as can a
and in natural color, special 25 cents picked up in orange groves. Just the
per yard, width 36 inches -thing for .at. Apply or address
White nainsook, specially good for STAR ofce.
fine underwear, special 15 ents per After spending a little over a week in
White Unino, specially good for Tifule_ Mis Bertha Oliver returned
shirtwaists and shirtwaist suits, 36 to her home in Jacksoville last Satur-
incheswide, special 15eentsper yard. day, having visited with Mr. and Ms.
White pearl buttons in all sizes, E. B. Wager at this place, ad with
special 8 cents per dozen. friend in Miami since the first part of
Lae curtains, 3 yards long, beau- December
tiful designsworth $2.50, special S. B.Rathbuhaspurchaed the
$1.5 per pair.
Boys' knee pants, made of a fine north haf of the Pritchett river frot
quality of hard finished worsted, lot in South Titville, with an option
sizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. on the other half, which has a frontage
Ladies' oxfords in patent leather, of 100 feet. She expects to have a fine
vici or gun metal, worth $3.00, spec- concrete cottage erected on this prop-
ial $2.49. New spring styles. erty this summer.
ail orders promptly filled on any Next Thursday, Feb. 13th, The Four
of the above goods I Pickerts will begi a hee ghs' en-
Juuus KLINE, Titusville. Pieert ill begin three night' -

Indian River Hotel Arrivals
For the week ending Feb. 6
F P Ziy, Oak Hill; W G Bickell,
Philadelphia; W I Metcalf, West Palm
Beach; C L Kingsberry, N Y; ECEn-
dicotts, B B Biddle, Milwaukee, Wis;
John J Hennessey, St Louis; F E Rou-
millat, So Ex Co; H DeHomey, Lou-
isville, Ky; R H Seymour, Miami;
George P Gardner, Kissimmee; C A
Rolliuw and wife, Pontiac, Ill; E C
Bigelow, St Louis; Rev L T lobe.
Rockledge; Col E W Parkhurst, New
York; C S Sanderson, H D Knight,
Seneca Falls, N Y; P S Wetmore,
Atlanta; T A Lake, Limona, Fla; J H
Rathbun, Clyde, N Y; ET Hodgkins,
New York; Ed C Sheahan and wife,
Chicago; J G McCullough. Indianap-
olis. Ind; John L Taylor, Jackson-
ville; H R Worthington, Lexington,
Ky; O B Floyd, Orlando; W R Coll,
New York; H E Robinson, New York;
J M Turner, Jr. Jacksonville; J B
Coarsey. Jacksonville; C C Custer.
J --.......:!1 V. k l-li H---h J 1..... -....I...

gagement at this place inthe opera
house. Don't mi seeing thisexcellent
company, Blanche Pickert in the lead-
ing role. Tickets at Branning's Cloth-
ing Store, reserved seats 75 cents, gen-
eral admission 50 cents and children 2
We are more than pleased with the
promptness of our subscribers in renew-
ing their subscriptions. They come
steadily in by every mail. A former
resident of this place, now of Hastings,
writes as follows: "Please renew my
subscription to THE STAa for one year.
We must have THE STAR to get the
news from home."
Mr. Van Shrum, of Columbus, Ohio,
and Miss Bertha Burton, of Middleport,
Ohio, were married at the Methodist
parsonage Titusville Monday afternoon
at 3 o'clock by Rev. S. P. McCall, pas-
tor of the M. E. church. The ceremony
was witnessed by the pastor's wife.
Mrs. McCalL, and Dr. J. S. Daniel.
The groom is an expert at slack rope
walking, boomerang throwing and also
throws hoops and does trick bicycle rid-
ing. The newly married couple will
tour down the east coast.

Drawing or hauling of all kind.:- prIr* t-
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
H. E. IHoLToN.
Titusvill-. Ia.

Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Also piow-
ing and harrowing. See or address J.
W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.

for Sale Cneap ror .asn
About 8 acres of gotd high land on
the east or ocean sideof the Indian river
at the Narrows, described as follows
Lot No. 3. section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
tion 36. in township 31 south, range :3*
east. This land is unimproved but tin--
Iv locatt-d. For further particulars ad-
dres-- E. M. Low.
Brockton, Mass.





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Jac s.-,Ilnv--. -I r7.MKlw, JaCKn. Mr. Julius Kline left Sunday for New
Mich; J D Endicott, Philadelphia; F A York, where he will spend five weeks i
Forbes. Chicago; A E Pattison, Bos- making purchases of spring and summer
ton, Mass: L T Allon. New York; F H goods. Titusville can justly be pr.,id
Brauton. New York: L A Fleming, of this store which is pronounced .,y
Peoria. Ill: Robt Anderson. Minneap- people from other states. as w-lla. th'a .
olis. not excelled by any emporijm on ine
-. -.-- whole east coast. Notwithstanding the
The Largest Buck of the Season financial stringency Mr. Kline's busi-
Dr. J. S. Daniel, accompanied by ness has continued its upward steady
Messrs. Ross- Drennen. of Fairbanks., growth. As further evidence of this
Alaska. and his nephew, Harry Me- Ithe salaries of his sal-smen were in-
Clusky, of Kant. Pa., returned last creased with the beginning of the pres-
S at f o an ent month, which is the best of evidence
aturda from an extended huntingof a fourishin business.
and fishing trip on Lakes Winder,!
Poinsett. Washington and in Osceola FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
county. Messrs. Drennen and Mc- Shetland floss, Germantown. Saxony
SClusky diverted themselves with rish- (Gas mantle and chimneys, lamps
il i. Art squares, carji ts, r4gs, n.atting.
ing while the doctor and gui+-h at- N w hne back cvmls.inlaid, plain
tended strictly to the game. The Transparent lKst card i nhflopies
doctor excelled himself in bagging a "If you can't tir.i i'. tlrv
180-pound. five-prong buck and in CHAS. A.GRDNER. *Phone :;l
killing the limit of quail (2t, each drink placate
day. Each and every one of the ,ANIY'S
party as entirely pleased wvith the -MANI Y'S.
trip, enjoying the delightful scenery
and fine weather. Messrs. Drennen %'anted
and McClusky will spend next \-inter One hundred laying hens, small sized
in Titu>.ville. hroil-rs. eggs, country produce, rish and
Same. at Palmhurst hotel. Titusville.
Draying . .L_ .

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e ssir the teaer a the oat

?h'mm**:-0 at Santris for case
a bea seat lit wbee
an an is not t"m U al
Swise who heeds? At least he
-. sl ent and two at these were pes
ande made -Ptet whm .the s'-
m aemegntarves of hadMee spoke *

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thth at ope of daad
Sithat of d e o b n r that -
-asi? Have aO WVearns w, were
*t* F ad e If eimd Ffora wou cr
e? Or th e r uttr tate the it l-
alee wsok aes Mr. ea eglr ra emye
3 be relts with patriotism andt
de eia to the best laterests e the
Sha majority a us? Let as deter
MIae a speak lainaly.
Meathe hear rwhat buie. osaid:
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it.-in preesatine tho Stelegram
"I deepy regret" vaid Mayor Se-
I aO t. preveating the teleram
Wakt I have mot the pleasure today
ot gre.spag the haud ao Mr. M aler
oa ranking Ilnto his face and tellin
Shoew the people of Florida and
J a-evmle appreciate the splendid
mrk that h be as doe
"I wish we had 10.000 laters here
In Frldor. If we did Florida would
be the protest state in al the Uia-
rse. We ad men like him Iat the
wa today and I regret that he who
shy hIdmselft acuubed such wan-
e srscann othe here to see the work
that we have done."
"He has worked a miracle ia fIor-
Ma." maid Capt. Garner. "He has
pushed his railroad and his htels
hIm Jacksonville to St. Augastine
them on to Palm Beach, then through
to Miami and now, bridging the very
oesan itself, is bringing the world In-
to Key Weast
He has peopled a wilderness and
ade frauitftl the places where once
the rank vegetation of the impenetra-
ble semi-tropics ruled. He has build
e.d up cities, Jeweled ths state with
arms and orange groves, made weal-
thy what once was barren, and is
tridglag the Isolated islands to the
mainland with long bands of steel"
This tribute to Mr. Ftagler and
his work was enthnu astically recelveJ
and was greeted with prolonged ap-
; lease.

Guessiag Conntestr
A few days ago Postmaster Dobeon
of Alexandria. S. D.. had his attention
called to a weekly newspaper which
Contained articles In reference to
ges ing contests, the "holder of the
lucky number' and other similar prop.
positions, and to definitely determine
whether or not these came under the
government definition of a lottery%
sdheme, he sent a copy of one of the
advertisements to the department a;
Washington and requested an opinion
as to whether the paper containing the
advertisement was entitled to mailing
privilegess Postmaster Dobson now
14a received a reply from the "postof-
lice department ofclals, whose ruling
is in substance to the effect that to
all Intents and purposes the ar vertise
rmet was exploiting a lottery scbemt
and that the newspapers publisnin..
the same or similar adverti.emen s
nere not entitled to mailing privilege-,
ti;nder the postal laws of the Unitt..
State. In view of tmis ru:ing. news
l aper publishers will exercise waor
care in future and not publtsn any-
thing in regard to guessing contests o:
any other proposition wherein there 's
the slightest suspicion of a lottery y
Chance scheme.-Americaa Press.

Neglected Colds Threaten Life
[Proa the Chicago Tribane]
'Do't trifle with a cold' is good advice for
prudent men and women. It may be vital
in the case of a child Proper food. good yen
tihatiu. sad dry. warm clothing are the prop-
ersafe!,wr ,gke'.t oolds. If they are main-
taimed thraegh the chanealbe weather of au-
tama, wiaterandspria. thechancesof a ur-
prise from ordlary colds will he slight. But
the ordinary light cold will become severe if
neglected. ad a well establisheL ripe cold i
to the erms ofdiptheria what honey is to the
bee. The gmaest memamr to child lifeat this
semen of the year is the neglected cold."
Whether it is a child or adult, the cold slight
or severe, the very tbet treatment that cas be
adopted is Chamberlia's Cough rcmedy. It
is safe ad ame. The gat popularity and
mia this pepaoltiem beem attained by
ib tmotkasble moaIt CiailmenLt AooU
ver remakts inu pnuemis when it is give
IPe m eby Tiasvil Pharmacy and all drug-


Abu twenty ve years gP a w'
mem a, Fr l bganm to urge pw her
people the fact that chaedle comd-
time as th iState required the .u4-
part of msethig, more than a more
orator in W= -ss -van b' pro-
teots agat Repblcan police cow
tuoed for a generation had dome
enough for De ocrtli theories and
ideals; the business South had come
into beang and it needed a voice. The
dem-ad made itself heard in 8s and
the protests became Serce and bitter
against the 6w doctrine-the fauati-
eal opposton can be likened only to
that which raged between the parties
whm local interests supported Gov
Drew against the attacks of the mer
poinielas. Those who ventured to
wr with the prevawnlg action were
counted out of the party so tar as
word could on-p-ts this result-
they were dew-"aced as traitors and
cor-d-ed@ as "slaves of the corpora-
tions." Fight after fght was lost-
sometimes by mere teebnr"Utile- anl
- wetines only by the ignorance )t
lopunlar opinion, but the light constant
sy made deeper Inroads oan the do
Iralns of darkness and finally the sun
emerged from the clouds and morning
blushed and a new day began.
We have now experienced the bles-
sings of that day. The men who tough:
so hard for the powers of darkness
dare not repeat their old fallacies be-
cause the people are no longer deceiv-
ed by them but they weave new webs
and the old appeals are made under
new cloaks. As long as there is a
bandwagon such politicians will try to
jump aboard-when they can no long-
er serve their interests by shouting
outside they creep under the tent ana
join the congregation. They are do
lag that now.
The business man in Washington
is known by his works and these are
seen of all men-the eloquent tribute
of Capt. Johnston to Senator Taliafer-
re awakens no note of dissent today
where it would have been hailed with
execration in days gone by. "The
world do move" said the negro preach
er and error falls away as we go for-
ward. The girlhood of Florida has
passed away and we have now a mat-
ron anxious for her children and de-
voted to their material interests-she
is no longer in love with sweet words
and honeyed phrases and artful theo-
ries; she demands results and she will
have them or a new servant. Compare
the talker with the business man in
Washington and judge them by their

A Good Showing
Fernandina has a right to feel proud
of its port record. As a shipping cen-
ter the city has assumed high rank
among Southern ports a matter that
should cause pride throughout the
state. This is the pleasing story a.
told by the Pernandina Record:
"With twenty big vessels strung
along the docks taking on cargoes and
a number of others due here withiai
the next few days the outlook for th,-
first two months of the new year is
-xceedingly bright and the indication.
:;1e that the increase over the corre.s
endingg months of !:zst year wi!! h-
y ven greater than the enormous i..
crea.c of iast year over the pree;:r.n
.ear as shown by The Recor't of two0
,-,ookr aSro Sixtteen arrivals in foit.
;: .s wouln! make most any port fe.t:-
.ood an,! y.'? that is our record s-'- e-
"u: ,\ -. If -ont p,'. ts could ores: n
:t :;n:. uol timt-. rh: array of vei;- -'
;:..;i !: i I-':: na a s harbor todlai
:thy wou;!.l no doubt feel th;it t, ,
were doing all the business along th.
,iouth A,\lant' coast. andl still rh," i
;. regular monthly scene here. T!i .
panic may be having a bad eff *ct '.,
some parts of the country but it .;
not visible in the shipping busines-
;>f Fernandina."

A Stitch in Time

willsave nine. ,S will a battle of Hallanl's
Horehound Syrup always kept on hand save
many a spell of sickness. A sire cure for
eoughs acolds. hronchitisand whoopiua cougrh.
Mrs. S-. Hat Springs. Ark.. writes- "I keep
a bottle of Ballanr's Horehound Syrup in my
medicine chest, and thank my forethought
many times. It has prevented many severe
spells ofsicknoes.' Sold by Tituaville Phar-
Captured a Manatee
Captain Charles Thompson, who
maintains an aquarium on the Boule-
vard front captured another manatee,
or sea cow Monday afternoon. The
monster was harpooned near the
mouth of the Miami river, and towed
the skIff to which the line was attach-
ed well up the river. Some fisher-

men with a not went to the asst-
amce of Mr. Thompson, and by rua-
hing the net around the mamtee swe
needed in making it a captive. It was
placed nl the aquarium, taklag the
place of the one captured m e wes
ago, and which was released oa ac-
count of It becoming IlL.-Miami Me

Adice F1r The Tired WM

Is It a headache, a backaheb a ma-
sation of irritablty or twitching adl
uncontrollable nervdsk ems? Something
must be wrong with the head or back, a
woman naturally says, t all the time
the real trouble very often cerms ia the
womanly orgas. In aoe case out of
ten the seat oto adisculty i h bMer
and a woman should tak rational W tat-
meat for its crea The local disorder
and infg-m-r tion of the deliate special
organs of the se should be treated
steadily and systematically.
Dr. Pierce during a long period of
practice, found that a preripton made
up of the active medicinal principle of
native American roos, extracted by the
se of chemically pue glycerine. cured
over ninety per cent. of such case. After
using this remedy for many years in his
private practice he put It up Inla form
that would make it easily procurable, and
It can be had at any store where medl-
cies are handled.
You are not asked to close your eyes to
what is in this (R) description of Dr.
Pierce. He tells yon all about it and
puts a label with all the ingredients upon
the bottle-they are Lady's Slipper root.
Golden Seal root, Black Cohosh root,
Unicorn root. Blue Cohosh root and triple-
refined glycerine. These various ingredi-
eats are all extolled and recommended by
various medical authorities Thus F.
Ellingwood. M. D., of Bennett Medical
College, Chicago, says of Lady Slipper
root: "exercises special influence upon
nervous conditions depending upon dis-
orders of female organs; relieves pain,
Prof. John King in the American Dis-
pensatory, says of Black Coboshroot-
"This is a very active powerful and useful
remedy. By its special afinity for the
female organs it is an efficient agent for
suppression. In dysmenorrhea (painful
periods), it is surpased by no other drug,
sing of greatest utility In rrtatve and
congestive conditions, characterized by
dragging down pains. The same author
says of Blue Cohosh that it has enjoyed a
well-merited reputation for when used by
delicate women It gives tone and vigor to
the part and relieves much pain." Prof.
Hale says "It control chronic inflamma-
tory states of the (female) organs and
gives tone in cases of debility."
Dr. John Fyfe, of Saugatuck, Conn.,
says of Unicorn root (HebmiDs iAic)
one of thechief ingredients of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription:
"A remedy which invariably acts as a
uterine invigorator and always favors a
condition wh i-h makes for normal ac-
tivity of the entire system, cannot fail to
be of great usefulness and of the utmost
importance to the general practitioner of
"In Helonlas we have a medicament
which more fully answers the above
purposes thtFn any other l,-ugi with which
I:n acquainted. In the treatment of
diseases peculiar to women it is seldom
that a case is seen which does not present
some indication for this remedial agent."
Aching from head to foot-that is the
condition that afflicts some women at
stato-d periods-backache, dizziness?. and
pains almost unbearable An honest and
a safe remedy which no woman can afford
to lose the opportunity of trying for the
cure of the ,e distresing complaints which
weaken a woman's vitality is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription-an honest medi-
cine which has the largest number of
C.4reg to its credit and a deserved popu-
larity for two score years all over the
United States.
l)r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bil-
iousness, sick and bilious headache. dlz-
ziness. costiveness. or constipation of the
bowels, loss of appetite, coated tongue.
sour stomach, windy belchings. "heart-
burn." pain and distress after eating. and
kindred derangements of the liver,
stomach and bowels.
Persons who are subject to any of
these trouble should never be without a
vial of the 'Pleasant P'ellets" at hand.
In proof of their superior excellence it
can truthfully be said that they are
always adopted as a household remedy
after the firat trial.
One little "Pe!let" is a laxative, two
are cathartic. They regulate, invigor-
ate and lease the liver, stomach and
bowels. As a "dinner pill." to promote
digestion, take one each day. To re-
lieve the distress arising from over-
eating. nothing equals one of these little

thaa mutrd seeds.
Pellet-s. They're tiny, sgar-coated,

How to live In health and happiness is
the general theme of Dr. Pierce a Com-
mo Ses Medical Adviser. Thisgreat
work O medielne and hygiene comtaIa-
ia over~ pageo and more than ,00
I1ustratM i faset hoe receipt of
amps to pay epse of maillhg oly.
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E. L Brady & Bo., agents at Titusville
AJo. Paxtoa, Rockledge
J.M. SrsK Cocoa es
A. T. Patilo, Ostee
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I. DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Queen Quality Shoes : ]LATEST I NEWS i Special Sale at Kline's : LOCAL GOSSIP !I A

WEEK ,$230 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains In Every Department j I AND PERSONALS :

It takes all kinds of women to makea MONDAY FEB. 10, 1908. I,

Pungent totes Pertaining, to Events I II please world them.and: all Still kinds they of can shoes all be to Paragraphs About People that next We the have latest on styles display of ladies'on Monday belts, : Something About the People of Titus-

:. Transpiring About Town suited with "Queen Quality" shoesso Travel Here and There neekwear'side and back combs and yille as They Come and Go a
varied and complete is the line. I'novelties which Mr. Kline has sent
_ 10,000. Surehead cabbage plants for Best Fresh WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. 10,000 Surehead
We are suiting more women with from New York by express. cabbage plants for j i
sale. J. R. WALKER. them Titusville Pharmacy. II White India sale. J. R. WALKER. '
every day because their repu- I lawn extra quality i J
{: 'Mr.,G. H. Heath went to St. Augu- tation grows every day. Miss Ruth Boye left Sunday afternoonfor I worth 25 cents Monday's special 19, Valentines and post cards at the Nov- P

stine Tuesday night "Queen Quality" will retain its Jacksonville where she will take a' cents per :yard. elty Store. I. M. DODSON. ', i.

Choicest variety CIGARS, CIGARETTESand shape longer than any other ready course of study for trained nurse cents.Also another lot worth 20 cents for I Mrs. W.'Rabun Battle entertained a t

-. Smoking Material Titusville Ph'cy. !made shoe. Try it once. Dean Robottom will deliver a lecturein Linoleum in beautiful inlaid patterns -'.number of her friends at her residence

;'_ Mr. J. S. Snowden expects to move Large in shipment all the of oxfords latest just received the opera house Friday night at 8 special 59 cents per square on Palm street Friday night of last week..... 1
;r: bia family from South Lake into the very cuts. o'clock. Subject"J oan D'Arc." Priceof I complimentary to her friend, Miss Tar- ; >
Send orders yard.White
us your we can please
h Swain cottage on Main street next week. tickets: Adults 25 cents children 10 Marsellaise bedspreads, extra ver from Georgia,who is here on a few <
f' The Novelty Store keeps books stationery you. cents. For the benefit of the V. I. A. II wide worth $2,50 special $1.49. weeks' visit. ;
WINSTON S. BRANNING Good quality of yard wide unbleached -
; novelties, post cards jewelry Master Robert Pritchett celebrated! domestic Monday's special, Forty dollars will buy a large secondhand .

candy ,and toys, 5-cent and 10-cent TIle GlothinsrStore his ninth anniversary Saturday and en- 12 yards for $1.00. Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will ,

: counters.' ,L M. Dodson. Titusville, Florida. tertained a, large number of his little Dress linen in navy blue, light blue burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be
'1 Mrs. W..T. Mathers entertained the friends with; a party at the Pritchett and in natural color special 25 cents picked up in orange groves. Just the F

f 4 Fortnightly Euchre club Thursday after- residence in South Titusville.Mr. per yard, width 36 inches. thing for irrigation. Apply or address

noon of ,last week. Mrs. W. H. Hall An Enjoyable Euchre Party B. B. LaRoche, of Courtenay, White nainsook specially good for STAR office. E

. .. will entertain next Thursday Feb. 13th. Miss Daisy Brady charmingly en- paid THE STAR office a pleasant call fine underwear, special 15 cents per After spending a little over a week in

:- Mr. Geo. W. Wood received a wound tained a large number of her friends Monday while in town for a day or so. yard.White Linino, specially good for Titusville. Miss Bertha Oliver returned .

f in the',forehead, from a screw driver II last Friday evening in honor of Miss Mr. LaRoche is one of the pioneer resi- shirtwaists and shirtwaist suits 36 to her home in Jacksonville last Saturday -

i breaking and sticking him between Mabel Berge of New Smyrna, who dents of Merritts Island and a success- inches wide special cents per yard. having visited with Mr. and Mrs.E. .

E: the eyes Monday. Narrow escape from: was visiting Mrs. D. B. Pritchard ful orange grower. White pearl buttons in all sizes B. Wager at this place and with'riends

; losing an eye. here. Mr. T. A. Perry of Decatur Ga., and special cents per dozen. in Miami since the first part of 9
his two daughters Winnie and Alline, Lace curtains, yards long beautiful December.Mrs. .
; The Four Pickerts one of the most Progressive was enjoyed designs worth $2.50 special
... popular dramatic companies that tours immensely by all till late in the evening came to Titusville Wednesday to spend $\L25 per pair.Boys' S. B. Rathbun has purchased the

f the east coast will play three nights and Miss Frankie Stewart car- the cold months. Mr. Perry would like knee pants made of a fine north half of the Pritchett river front F

, next week in the Titusville opera house ried off the first prize, a lovely hand- to buy a place here with some orange quality of hard finished worsted lot in South Titusville with an optionon f

-Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb. kerchief. Mr. Bert Ives and Mr. trees on it for a winter home. sizes 5 to 16, special 75 cents per pair. the other half which has a frontageof
x 13th,.14th, and 15th. Mr. B. C. Snyder accompanied by his Ladies' oxfords in patent leather 100 feet. She expects to have a fine
Frank Skill tied for the
y We return hearty thanks to our friend gentlemen's.Mr. sister-in-law. Miss Ruth Barringer of vici or gun metal worth $3.00 special concrete cottage erected on this prop-
Skill proving the lucky one on $2.49. New spring styles. this
'j from Tillman, County Commissioner New York and her friend, Miss Hover, erty summer..
cutting for same a sterling key ring. who are the winter with rela- Mail orders promptly filled on any Next
,- R. A. Conkling, who favored us with spending of the above goods. Thursday Feb. 13th, The Four f
two baskets of his delicious strawberries Miss Brady then presented Miss Ber- tives at Cocoa, came up from that place JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Pickerts will begin a three nights' en- '11 ;

:; Monday afternoon. They were very ge as the guest of honor with a yesterday in his smallest launch and gagement at this place in the opera

8 fine and Mr.Conkling is a most success- dainty hand painted fan. spent several hours viewing our city Indian----River----Hotel--- -ArrivalsFor ---- house. Don't miss seeing this excellent "' "
j fulgrowerofthe"Kingofsmallfruits." Delicious refreshments were served and also shopping.The company Blanche Pickert in the lead- .

t. The cold wave predicted by the weather by Miss Brady and Miss Berge after Four Pickerts is a guarantee of the week ending Feb.6 ing role. Tickets at Branning's Cloth- ,

it. bureau 'on Sunday found its way into which the good byes all were said, good entertainment in dramatic lines. F P Ziy, Oak Hill; W G Bickell ing Store reserved seats 75 cents, gen- 1, .

Florida this time. On Monday morning having spenta most lovely evening. This company will positively appear at Philadelphia I Metcalf West Palm eral admission 50 cents and children 25 '

the Titusville house Thursday Beach C L Kingsberry N Y E C En- cents.We. t,
; ,
A the mercury fell as low as 35 degrees at -- ---- opera ;
this place but no damage was done by Palmhurst Hotel ArrivalsFor Friday and Saturday of next week. Re- dicotts B BBiddle,Milwaukee, Wis; are more than pleased with the >W'f -

;. frost as the wind kept blowing all night. the week ending: Feb. 6 served seats on sale in due season at John J Hennessey St Louis; F E Rou- promptness of our subscribers in renew- '

.." Tuesday morning the mercury stood at 38 Miss Emma New, Woodbury Tennessee Branning's Clothing Store. Reserved millat So Ex Co; H DeHomey, Louisville ing their subscriptions. They come 1 .
h seats 75 cents, general admission 50 cents steadily in by every mail. A former ;
degrees, by warmer weather. ; T H Gumin, Atlanta; 0 M Ky; R H Seymour, Miami;
and children 25 cents. resident of this place now of Hastings, .
Bonar, Jacksonville; Geo C Matson George P Gardner Kissimmee; C A writes as follows: "Please
: Church Notes renew my
The Beggar Prince Opera Co. pre- Rolliuw and wife 111 E C JI
' Pontiac
" Washington; F G Smith, New York; ; subscription to THE STAR for one :
- Dean Robottom will officiate in St. sented Said Pasha at the Titusville Opera year.
J R Sharp, White Springs Fla; S Bi'gelow, St Louis; Rev L T lobe, We must have THE STAR to get the rt
, Gabriels church, Titus i11e, on Sunday House Monday night to a crowded house. i
, Col E W Parkhurst New "
Wright DeLand L Weiss Atlanta Rockledge; news from home. ,
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morning Feb. 9, at 11, and in Merritt ; The play was excellent in every detail
''b at 3 p. m. and in Cocoa at 7:30 p. m. 0 J Hemert Jr, Americus, Ga; C A the company won the highest approvalof York; C S Sanderson H D Knight, Mr. Van Shrum, of Columbus, Ohio,

> Regular services at the Presbyterian Miles Jacksonville; L Wells Michi- all. The next attraction will be the Seneca Falls NY; P S Wetmore and Miss Bertha Burton,of Middleport,

'J church Sunday preaching at 7 p. m. and gan; Mr and Mrs Van Shrumm Columbus Four Picksrts Co., which plajs here Atlanta; T A Lake Limona, Fla;J II Ohio, were married at the Methodist J'r; .

Sunday school at 3 in the afternoon. Ohio; W Cox and wife New Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next Rathbun Clyde N Y; ETHodgkins parsonage Titusville Monday afternoon I'.

:_ Prayermeeting at 3 o'clock Tuesday af- York; EMerris, I Rudisill M Irving, week. New York; Ed C Sheahan and wife at 3 o'clock by Rev. $. P. McCall, pas- -f .

: ternoon. H Lea VelIe, Earnest Lewelling,Beg- Mr. G. C. Battle moved Monday from Chicago; J G McCullough, Indianapolis tor of the M. E. church. The ceremony '

Dean Robottom is delivering a course gar Prince Co; A M Wing, Bayard; the Robbins cottage, on Washingtonavenue Ind; John L Taylor Jackson- was witnessed by the pastor's wife "
and Dr. J. S. Daniel J ll
of lectures this winter in St. Gabriels Mrs. McCall,
Geo S Singleton, New Orleans; J J into the new cottage just built ville; H R Worthington Lexington
- church, Titusville, on"The History and The groom is an expert at slack rope I
for him the river bluff the mill
on near Ky 0 B Floyd Orlando WRColl.
White F E ; ;
Contentof the Bookof Common Prayer Sharp Springs; Roumillat walking, boomerang throwing and also I.
," There is a short service and lecture Sanford, Fla; E J A Drennen Dum- of the Titusville Lumber Co. We hear New York; H E Robinson, New York; throws hoops and does trick bicycle rid- :t:,

;,- every Thursday evening in the church mitt Grove; H E Langdon Cincinnati -that. another .cottage- will- be-built shortly J M Turner Jr, Jacksonville; J B ing. The newly married couple will j
at 730. The public is invited. just south of :1r. G. C. Battle's.This .
; S L Brown St Augustine; B B La- Coarsey, Jacksonville; C C Custer tour down the east coast t
will make four new on the
cottages ,
f Notice Men and Roche, Courtenay; J R Miot, Indian- Jacksonville; T E Barklow, Jackson, 4 -
Important Boys river bluff recently built in that part of: Mr.Julius Kline left Sunday for New

f, Do not fail to visit our store next ola; E B Arnold Malabar; 0 C Rob- town, which seems to be rapidly corning; Mich;J D Endicott, Philadelphia; F A York, where he will spend five weeks jn :- .

i Tuesday Feb. 11th. We will have eson, Avilton, Md; L R Phillips, MissC to the front. Forbes, Chicago; A E Pattison, Bos- making purchases of spring and summer t.-

with us Mr. J. M. Shea representative Gardner, Sanford; J A Crews, Fla -------- ton, Mass; L T Allen, New York; F II goods. Titusville can justly be proud ,

of Ed. V. Price and Co., the Times Union; Mr and Mrs W A Bald- Fine Monday Offerings of Men's Brauton, New York; L A Fleming, of this store which is pronounced

largest tailoring house in the U. S., win, Arlington Heights, Mass; Mrs ClothingThe Peoria, Ill; Robt Anderson, Minneapolis. people from other states, as wtllas thX '
who will have on exhibition five hun-
who wants to brightenup not excelled by emporijm on the
dred large spring and summer sam- Estey: London; R A Conkling Till- man any
his wardrobe do it at ----- whole east coast. Notwithstanding the
can now very ..
Call and let take Ross Fairbanks Alas-
'ples. us your meas- man; Drennen ,
madeA. The Largest Buck of the SeasonDr.
'" little cost. Stylish, splendidly financial stringency Mr. Kline's busi-
ure for your summer suit. ka; Daniel R Rizeand wife, Birmingham
B. Kirschbaum suits and overcoatsin
If not ready for suit just now, call J. S. Daniel, accompanied by ness has continued its upward steady ,..
s. ; J Hugh White Atlanta; E Hil- these reduced price :
and make selection have groups growth. As further evidence of this
your can Messrs. Robs Drennen,of Fairbanks,
Black oxford and mixed
- zinger, St. Augustine; C A Reesce fancy
suit shipped out when wanted. the salaries of his salesmen were increased -
Alaska, and his nephew Harry Me .
overcoats at $58 to$15.00. All were
WINSTON S. BRANNING, and wife C E Robinson and wife, with the beginning of the pres-
much more. Clusky, of Kane Pa., returned last
The Clothing i Store Hinsdale, Mass; T A Perry, Winnie Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots, ent month, which is the best of evidenceof
t Saturday from an extended huntingand I,
, Perry Alline Perry Decatur Ga; A black th bets and unfinished worsted a flourishing business.
Standard MachineThe I fishing trip on Lakes Winder,
Sewing -- --
B Vance, F W Johnson, Jacksonville; at 510.00 to 516.50.Ien's .
best and lightest running on the Scheffel Wright Louisville Kv; E A fancy and white vests, of the I Poinsett, Washington and in ObCeola j FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES

market, does both chain and lock stitch regular $1.50 to $6.00 grades, now at I county. Messrs. Drennen and Mc- Shetland floss, Germantown, Saxony
Jr N Y W L and
;. the machine. Can be furnished McLean, ; Ely wife
on same S3.49 each.Palmhurst's. I Cluskydiverted themselves with fishing Gas mantle and chimneys, lamps '"
;t with either rotary or vibrating shuttle. New York; D N Carpenter, Jackson; j j Art squares, carpets rugs, mattings .i
while the doctor and I'
Spot cash prices or easy installment yule; Miss Alice Tuifey, Rome N Y- Increasing Popularity j i guides at- New line back cvmbs, inlaid, plain )t. v'i
.f terms or rented. I tended strictly to the game. The Transparent pest card! envelopes (
t INDIAN RIVER Music Titusville HOUSE Fla. C E Saunders, Orlando, Fla. Palmhurat has been filled to the doctor excelled himself in bagging a i j; "If you can't find it, try" it i i

f.sF: For Sale limit the entire week and several ad- 180-pound, five-prong buck and in j j CHAS. A. GARDNER 'Phone SI t

1 Photograph Gallery joining cottages were called into requisition killing the limit of quail ((20)) each j dink .t-I t
15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at 1 A cool a cool place at ;
. Go to Faust the photographer, on I $5.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old, to assist in lodging its numerous -' day. Each and every one of theparty MANDY'S.
Julia street for artistic photos. All now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire i guests. Dr. Daniel the own- was entirely pleased with the
f. work first class and promptly attendedto. brood sows; also a heavy wood wagon in' er, he will add thirty rooms I trip enjoying the delightful scenery --- -- -- --- '1j
Crayon, pastel water colors and fine condition. AddressE. says t I and fine weather. Messrs. Drennen Wanted

oil paintings a specialty. B. ARNOLD. [I more for the coming season._ I and McClusky will spend next inter |, One hundred laying; hens, small sized .
Malabar, Fla. I ; in Titusville. 1 j broilers, eggs, country produce, fish and
f' The Alpine Hotel ----- i A cool drink at a cool place atM ,.I -- --- I' game, at Palmhurst hotel, Titusville. + } .

r: "Titusville Fla., F. A. Lesley man- D. Pacignana DY'S. j|I Draying | F
Shoemaker and all work first --- For Sale Cheap For Cash
On the European plan-furn- repairer
ager. I I : Drajingor hauling of all kinds
*,. ished rooms and quick lunch. Centrally class and guaranteed. Next door toCarruthers' Orange and Grapefruit Trees i I ly attended to. Meet all trains. I About 88 acres of good high land on

, located. Titusville. barber shop, Julia street I II Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high': H. E. HOLTO.N, : the east or ocean side of the Indian river {
hickory hammock. Free from white : Titusville, Fla. i i at the Narrows, described as follows
Nursery Stock for Sale One to two old buds. i Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section ;
Land for Sale fly. year year 36, in township 31 south, 39 gi
I I I I range
;: Citrus stock grown on high pine Eighty acres in Brevard county hein; the Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully Wood For SalePine i east. This land is unimproved but fine- 3
land. Indian Ri v er Nurseries estab- S. W.i of s. W. 1. st-c. 23. T.21. I:. 31. and i i packed and delivered at Oak Hill or oak, any length. Also plowing Iv located. For further particulars ad-
y. W. 1 of X. W.J of.sec,25,T.21.K.31. For' station. J. W. GRIFFIS, I I: dress E. M.
::.. lished 1886. Send for catalogue. I and harrowing. See or address J.iV. Low
t' Toledo! and West Palm Beach., Fla.iJ ., office.further particulars ldrev, M. P. care ST%a]'j I Shiloh, Fla. i Jamison, Titusville, Fla. ,t Brockton, Mass. f I


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,.4' .'. "toterests of Florida stood In the frontwhen men in Florida began to urge upon her I I D

:) s ': the Midwinter Exposition was people the fact that changed conditions
It jo*Invent regular,taaitiiy mnremeat old: THE
_: : ;. opened.across the river from the business In this State required the cup- bowcumrrdsr.ToiTraUlorwUlbe. Keepyoujov
.U open and be welL Force,in the shape otTioUnt
t j metropolis of the State and that port of something more than a mere payilc or pill ?otson.1*dangrroas. ft.IlDoo&kn' .
,eeriest,aunt perfect way of keeping aD
': the representatives of politics for once orator In Washington-verbal, protests ha bowels elear and clean it to tike
;j1 ,
_ p took a back seat. But when business agin'st Republican policies continued 'CANDY'CATHARTIC. FERTILIZERSSend
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i expresses an opinion is not the politician I for a generation had done i

c4 -,. a wise who heeds At least he enough for Democratic theories and r

:' ".,:" .. 'was silent and two of these were present deals; the business South had come Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see

:;\; .- and made no protest when the representatives into being and it needed a voice. The from the reports there made what good results

r of business spoke *n demand made Itself heard In 1890 and D were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this
i the terrible drouth. It contains -
r .; ,,;, praise appreciation of Mr. Flag- the protests became fierce and bitter r year notwithstanding
% 4EAT'EM lots of valuadle information. Apply to
: : ler, and expressed the very positive against the new doctrine-the fanatical -

R- tit .' opinion that his work In the state Is opposition can be likened only to LIKE''CANDY E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
p Pleasant Palatable. Tut Good Do
> good and not eviL Which of these bat which raged between the parties Good Never 8i
: opinions Is now that of the people of when local Interests supported GOT M I.t cents oa k..itb.per box.A44nN Write for tree anpl,and book-m M. Sanders, Cocoa pe )

Florida that of business or that of politics Drew against the attacks of the mere ShrRng. Remdi Company, Chicago er New Tort i "

,. ? Have the voters who were politicians. Those who ventured to KEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN A. T. Patillo, Merritt Osteen !

once misled changed their point ol differ with the prevailing faction were S. Bergmann,

view! For the future Is the politician counted out of the party so far as
;men with a net went to the assistance or to j. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville
J" who calls Mr. Flagler our enemy words could accomplish this result
} of Mr. Thompson, and hy run-
to be credited with patriotism and they were denounced as traitors and
long the net around the manatee succeeded ,,
tvfife ': devotion to the best interests of the condemned as "slaves of the corporations.
in making it a captive. was
large majority of us! Let us determine ." Fight after fight was lost-
4 placed in the aquarium, taking the
and speak plainly. sometimes by mere technicalities an1
r place of the one captured some weeks
y : Meantime hear what business said: sometimes only by the ignorance if
I and which was released on account -
-r f + "I deeply regret" said Mayor Se- opular opinion, but the light constantly ago COAST RAILWAYLOCAL
of it becoming ill.-Miami Me FLORIDA EAST
.y ': bring, In presenting the telegram. made deeper Inroads on the domains

t !- ;. "that I have not the pleasure today of darkness and finally the sun tropolis. JANUARY 7 1908
t of grasping the hand of Mr. Flagler merged from the clouds and morning

of looking into his face and telling flushed and a new day began. Advice For The Tired Women No 991'NO.$' 33 M No.. 2911 j STATIONS- No.Daily 78,No.Dally 74!No.DaJly 9&

'' We have the blessings I
him how the people of Florida and now experienced
Lv-----.JacasonuIUe-----.....Ar 'I au pm 740 pm 1 630 sin
moo 100
'* '.i Jacksonville appreciate the splendid of that day. The men who fough: Is it a headache, a backache a sensation 800 110pm pm 820 am am Ar.._.-.... .t.Augu.t1ne....... Lv 62Qpm I. 54.5 Uopm 111'In.1II am

-.; work that he has done. so hard for the powers of darkness of irritability or twitching anduncontrollable IOU 11&2 pm pm 11M 126 pm am .1128.m......... Ar--Ly.-.East........13otetOrmond..Lv Palatka..Lv. lHJpm....-.....;, 405 pm pm i,.......... ,
# : "I wish had 10,000 Flag!ers here dare not repeat their old fallacies be- nervousness? Somethingmust 1202 am 135 pm 1105 am ---Armond _.__Lv 322 pm 355 pm' tst am
we ...... au tltnl
\ with the head or back a 12Uam 145 pm 1117 am Lv.............Daytona.- Lv 31pm pm !
: : la Florida. If we did Florida would cause the people are no longer deceived be wrong lU5am 22'lpm 1200n'o Lv.-.----New Smprna.----.....Lv 230 pm 311pm 145 .m
r. M woman naturally says, but all the time 168 am 117 112 pm Lv-------......Tituscille............Lv 112 pm 213 pm 21O.m
k ': be the proudest state in all the uni by them but they weave new webs the real trouble very often centers in the 239 am 355. pm om 200 pm Lv........----Rockle'ige...........-Lv 127 pm 137 pm ._146 am
........EauGallieLv: 11M am --
verse. We need men like him In th3 and the old appeals are made under womanly organs. In nine cases out of ___ 236 241 pm pm Lv----Lv..Melbourne.---........Lv'i14-I am ..--- .

+ = :. '.. world today and I regret that he who new cloaks. As long as there Is a ten the seat of the difficulty is here, 112 am 600 pm no pm Lv..ForU.terce. ............LvIOLO.m,: 1135 pm 1114 1100 pm :
740 945 am pm
., c has himself accomplished such woofers bandwagon such politicians will try to and a woman should take rational treat- 725 7U am am 803 755 pm pm 656 705 pm pm IAr--------'.Ar .?....lvet.Royal Palm rolncianaLv Beach..Ly) 730 am am 1137.m 118 pet K:
ment for its cure. The local disorderand 733 am 812 pm 115 pm ILv.............Breakers.------....-Lv 7r>> .m 932 am U5 pm ;
: cannot be here to see the work ;ump aboard-when they can no longer inflammation of the delicate special 1015 am 1025 pm 1010 pm .............N1ami--.. ..........Lv tWam 7Uam OOOpm
their .......... .......... 63O.m ILv..... ......I1c.mL. ............ 'Ar,........ .. .......... 130 pm t
.L: that we have done. serve Interests by shouting organs of the sex should be treated .......... ......... 800 am Are:... .... .Homestead..........."Lv'........ ..1.......... 1230 pili i
: i: .', !:'.: Tie has worked a miracle In FlorIda cutslde they creep under the tent ana steadily. and systematically Da ly exce t finnday: ___ : f

t -. 1. ," said Capt. Garner. "He has cln the congregation. They are doing Dr. Pierce, during a long period of PALATKABRANCH

:'; .: ',' f pushed his railroad and his hotebIt" that now. practice up of the found active that medicinal a prescription principles made of i, Leave East EAST PALATKA Arrive I Leave I PALATKA TO I AEut

,:: ';-. ._" from Jacksonville to St. Augustine The business man in Washingtonis native American roots, extracted by the Palatka TO PA1.ATKP&I&tk 1 Palatka EAST PALATKApalatka,

( = t then on to, Palm Beach, then through known by his works and these are use of chemically pure glycerine, cured 620 am 48 Dany........ 5 I.m I SI.') am I- .......Xo. 47 D&1ly....... 1606..m
6Oam ........ o.48 Dally....... 6-&Q.m too am I. ......\o-9 Daily ...... 12O.m
r.r" a... to Miami and now, bridging the very seen of all men-the eloquent tribute over ninety per cent..of such cases. After 935 am _......No. 60 Daily-----... 955 am 1 113.1.m .........:\o. 51 Datly.... .. 1150 a.
: ; using this remedy for many years in his 1205 ........ 0.62 DaBy..122S I'm :J1'0 .. ..No. 6.1 lally.... ... 11219 I'm
.; ; ;'. ocean itself, is bringing the world In- cf Capt. Johnston to Senator Taliaferro private practice he put it up in.a form 415 pm pus ........ o.MD.ily........ 435 pm 415 pm.\ ......"o. bb Dail; .... ,,501> 1'18
,' to Key West. awakens no note of dissent today 560 pm Daily------- 610 pm I 9-10 ...So. 67 I>ail)'.... .. 1000 J.m
4 that would make it easily procurable,and 1015 m .......No.18 Daily------.. loa;; m 1040 J.m. ..._..No. 1)9 Dally. = 1100 Rao
itl:'. : : He has peopled a wilderness and where it would have been hailed with it can be had at any store where medicines -
< R trade fruitful the places where once execration in days gone by "The are handled. SAN i Arrive
Leave I Arrive Leave I MATEO TO 'I
'' You are not asked to close to EAST PALATKA
your eyes
'' the rank vegetation of the impenetrable world do move" said the negro preacher East San East
7t' what is in this (R) prescription of Dr. TO SAN MATEO Mateo MSanateo EAST PALATKA Palatlu
ble semi-tropics ruled. lIe has build and error falls away as we go for Pierce. He tells all about it and Pslatks- --I iam I
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label with all the ingredients 430 am ...... .Xo. -15 Daily. 450 am 455 am -
, ed up cities, jeweled this state withfi" ward. The girlhood of Florida has puts a upon .--------sa 5.3 Daily......._ 3.n pm 350 am'--------O. M Dally. .. 411t aID
: the bottle! -they are Lady's Slipper root, 1106 pm pm ........:\0.59 ......,.. ? J.m 1130 J.m ...._No. 60 Dally .. .._1150Noon.
have matron
; wealthy and
iJ farms and orange groves, made passed away we now a Golden Seal root, mack Cohosh root.

i"- :. what once was barren, and b anxious for her children and devoted refined Unicorn glycerine root. Blue Cohosh These various root and Ingredients triple-- 2S. g1n' o.19 No.Daily t7 MA VP.ORT I No.19 I No.20 pus. NO.22 ?

If; '< bridging the isolated islands to the to their material Interests-she are all extolled and recommended by Only Only Dally easeBRANCH I Dally I Only Dally )

mainland with long bands of steelI ." 13 no longer in love with sweet words various medical authorities. Thus F.Ellingwond 200pm 1010am 600pm 'LY... J1ICksonYIIJe..Ar780.m100pm! 600pm ;
M. D., of Bennett Medical 240pm 10SO.m 640 pm 8-&Oam :Lv. ..l'ablo Beach .....Lv 650.m 1219pm U9p411_ f246pm
: This tribute to :Mr. Flagler and and honeyed phrases and artful theories College, Chicago, says of Lady Slipper IOMam 645pm 845am ,LV.AtlantJclieach..LT! 6Uam 1'lSpm UJpm300pm
root: "exorcises special influence upon 1110am 700 pm 900amAr., ..... KMpor .. ... .LTI UOam 1l00D'D: 400p.lll i;
."f his work was enthusiastically received ; she demands results and she will
nervous conditions depending upon disorders ( No.2 No No. II N01Z
tnd was greeted with prolongt-d ap- have them or a new servant. Comparethe of female organs; relieves pain,* ..o&1.13DNo1'11 Orange CityBranch llaily Daily.4 Daily SU'Grd Branca. U.IIy315

i'. ;.Iause.It talker with the business man in etc. pm Sl30am Lv-New SmyrnaAr. I 00 pm 610pm 030-. -ILYTltusvlUeAr.i 100--
in the American Dis-
Prof. John
King tOO 7100 am Lv Lake Helen L.,12 pm 501 930.m Ar. Sanford L. 1000 pm411pm
V Washington and judge them by their pensatory, says of Black Cohosh root- pm 1120am Lv.Orange Oty 440 pm pm ... .... ..I.' ................ .. ..............
+ "'.L Guessing Contests works. "Thi is: a very active powerful and useful ..1lSpm. .. 11 SO am .Ar.Oran e City JeJr200n'n 480 pm .... ..... ... ..... .....-..
remedy. By its special affinity for the
tiV { E A few days ago Postmaster Dobson female organs it is an efficient agent for PENINSULAR
A Good Showing suppression. In dysmenorrhea (painful Close Connections Made at Miami With Steamships the P. &: 0. S. S. C*. lor
> of Alexandria, S. D., had his attention periods: ), it is I surpassed by no other drug NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
": called to a weekly newspaper which Fernandina has a right to feel proudof being of greatest, utility In irritative and

' its port record. As a shipping center congestive conditions, characterized by 43-The TIME TABLES chow the time at which train may b. expected t* .*.
contained articles in reference to dragging down pains. The same author rITe and depart from the several ctations; bat their arrival or departure at the* time
guessing contests, the "holder of thelucky'number' the city has assumed high rank saY of Blue Cohosh that it has enjoyed a .t t.d Is not guaranteed.nor doe. the Company btd itself r..pait>l. for say delay
well-merited when used .rl.lnjc therefrom.
reputation for by or say consequence -
Southern that
; among ports a :
and other similar! propositions delicate women it gives tone and vigor to For Copy of the Local Time Card or Other Information
and to definitely determine should cause pride throughout the the parts and relieves much pain." Prof. STTF3 THE TICICJST AGENT"
"' state. This is the pleasing story as Hale says"It control chronic inflamma- J.D. RAHNER, Assistant General Pajs. Agt., ST. AUOUS TINe, FLORIDAsox
.:. whether or not these came under the tory states of the (female) organs and .. ---L.A. ..-: ...,. ....... ....
p ,;l_ Government definition of a lotter told by the Fernandina Record: gives tone In cases of debility.
'.. "With twenty big vessels strung Dr. John Fyfe, of Sangatuck/ Conn., --- --- ----
} scheme, he sent a copy of one of the says of Unicorn roolIel.f.rnia..? I>ioicnJ)

1 advertisements to the department a; along the docks taking on cargoes anda one of the chief ingredients of Dr. Pierce's
number of others due here withlii Favorite Prescription:
, Washington and requested an opiniou "A remedy which invariably acts as a
.. t .- as to whether the paper containing the the next few days the outlook for the uterine invigorator and always favors a eZroa
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t. : I. :' advertisement was entitled to mailing first two months of the new year Is condition of the which entire makes system for, cannot normal fail activity to- A is a

rrlvileges Postmaster Dobson now exceedingly bright and the indication be of great usefulness and of the utmost rer
importance to the general practitioner of dangerous malady f'bu'you \
that the increase the
are over corres
r tl- :t', Las received a reply from the Postof- medicine.

tt-? lice department officials, whose rulin pending months of last year will!! b-> i "In Helonias we have a medicament. don'l need 'to V \
: which more fully answers the abovepurposes
than the ia
even greater enormous ,
.is? is In substance to the effect that tall ttutn any other drug with which

intents and purposes the advertisement crease of last year over the preceJinvear ", I am aeqt< .
diseases peculiar to it is seldom
a : as shown by The Record of him 1
was exploiting a lottery scben that a case I H seen which does not presentsome .
j and that the newspapers publisain seeks .ago. Sixteen arrivals in four indication for this remedial a ent.." : your neck to cure ill., J V J
Aching from head to foot-that is the
V : would make most fee
.ays any port
the similar advertisement
same or
condition that afflicts some women at
'ere not entitled to mailing privilege ,00J and yet that Is our record sirc stated periods-backache, dizzinessand

under the postal laws of the Unite.: ?ur.dIf f-omc ports could presrn pains almost unbearable An honest anda \
safe remedy: which no woman can afforc ; BALLARD'S'SNOW
, zftatei. In view of tnia ruin: news : t any one time the array of vessel to lose the opportunity of trying for the
that lintFei nan ina's harbor today cure Jr tLeM: distressing complaints which /
z aper publishers will exercise more weaken a woman's vitality is Dr. Pierce'sFavorite
care in future and not pubhsn anything they would no doubt feel that tht-> Prescription honest medicine J

t .c ry in regard to guessing contests 0- were doing all the business along th cure which to its has credit the and largest) a deserved number popu-of; LINIMENT r.d ..

any other proposition wherein there :! South Atlantic coast and still this i larity for two score years all over the : t'

;( the slightest suspicion of a lottery 3 regular monthly scene here. Th. United. Pierce's States.Dr. Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness I' \rM 11 curo that throat In short order

; :hanc scheme.-American Press. panic may be having a bad effect ir sick and bilious headache: dizziness lillard's? Snow Liniment i jvn >rates the pores, nrn'!} -tla -
] !', costiveness. or constipation of the Jrcc vircukuioc, bo clos
'"" some parts of the country but it !' ; giving inu more d.L!>. >o ty.
.y bowels loss of appetite, coated tongue,
not visible in the shipping businesof sour stomach, belehings'heart- "
;' Neglected Colds Threaten Life r t t ince ttlFUf.1ATSMCUTSSPRANS. BRUISES
Fernandina." burn" pain and distress after (eating and L.
;. kindred derangements of the liver, i V 'axnD WOUNDS.! OLD SORL-S. STIFF JOL' S.
[From the Chicago Tribune]
l stomach and bow pis. k BURNS! AND All. PAINS.:
V' ** A Stitch in Time Persons who are subject to any of l
'Don't trifle with a cold' is g ( these trouble: should never be without a
i'.". .. prudent men and women. It may be vital will save nine So will a bottle of Ballanl vial of the "Pleasant Pellets at hand. GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
'r I in the case of a child. Proper foo 1,good yen 'horehound Syrup always kept on band save In proof of their superior excellence it

t : tilati l' always adopted aa a household remedy
,f i V ersafeguardsagainstevlds. Iftheyaremaini I coughs, colds, bronchitis whoopin l'Uu?h.I after the first trial. which upon applw-ation pave mo Instant r"_II t'r. 1) e T roat.
:' ;' tained through the changealbe weather of"!1- I Ir;. SHot Springs Ark. writes: "I keep One little "Pellet" a laxative two ssi-'1U, the ixsrt Lininn'nt I have vcr uo *can in recommend r'uin-

: ;t. tumn, winter and spring the chances of a surprise I a bottle of Callanl's! Horehound Syrup in my are cathartic. They regulate, invigorate paai from Neuralgia, etc." ,
and cleans the liver stomach and
f f ::V from ordinary colds: will be slight Eat I medicine chest and thank my forethought bowels. As a "dinner pmto promote PRICE 25C, SOc AND $1.00
t' ; the ordinary light cold will become severe iCt many timta. It has prevented many sever digestion! take one each d&To relieve

! t. neglected and. well tstablishe-1, rips coM iiI i spells sickness." Sold by Titusville: Phar the distress arising from overeating -

t I 1 ? to the germs of diptheria wbut honey is to the macy. "Pellets.Th..y're, nothing equals tiny one, of sugar-coated these little, Ballard Sno\v Liniment Co.

r- -I.> bee. The greatest menace to child! life at this Captured a Manatee antibilious granules, scarcely larger

season of the year is the neglected cold." than mustard seeds. 500-502 North Second Street

V Whether it is a child or adult the cold slight Captain Charles Thompson, who HEALTH AND HAPPIHF.F'

?: ,4 F or severe, the very best treatment that can be maintains an aquarium on the Boulevard How to live in health and happiness It ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

$ adopted is Chamberlain's Cough; remedy. ]It front captured another manatee, the general theme of Dr. Pierce s Com-
mon Sense Medical Adviser! This great
I : is safe and sure. The great popularity aDd or sea cow Monday afternoon. The work on medicine and hygiene, conta'.nIM ,

; sale of this preparation has been attained bits monster was harpooned near the i over 1000: pages and more than TOO Sold and Recommended
f remarkable cures of thIs:ailment. A cold illustrations, it seat free on receipt of by
mouth of the Miami river and towed tamps to of
} pay expense mailing otify
V when it is
; never results in pneumonia given T11U8V11.1o;
Send 31
the cloth- Pua19xnaoy
one-cent for
the skiff which the line attached stamps And
r- I- Titnsville Pharmacy and all druefists. was bound
." For sale by volume, or only 21 tUop for the
t well up the river. Some fisher book ia paper covert. Bannor
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There Is to be a swimming pool several COMFORTING : A Bold Step. ; 1
." COURSE hundred feet long among the other TO SEE EARTH MOYEI To overcome the well-grounded and f
.. features. For the benefit of these reasonable objections of the more Intel

members it Is also said that there will Many a Florida Household Will Find ligent to the use of secret, medicinal com 1
-' pounds, Dr. E. V. Pierce, of Buffalo N.Y. .
. ,4; : : be A large garage, parking spaces for ,
: I time decided to make ]
a ) ,some ago, a bold
Yx .. .r a' to Have the Greatvert the automobile races and a complete Them So Demonstration at Columbia University departure from the usual course pursued
.Hitl' ;o< 4 machine shop where repairs will be by the makers of medicines for '
f put-up do- -
, f In the World. made at cost and a small to Prove It Is Round. .
- '"" 'ji J accessory To have the pains and aches of a bad back I nestle use, and so has published broad ,<
1' ;.w store where the members may boy at removed;to be entirely free from annoying cast and ofCffly to the whole world, a full I
: cost and compfce list of all tKe ingredients
? ii : 11DAL. LOCATION SELECTED. The location of the track will be dangerous. urinary disorders is enough to NEW CHAPEL WILL BE USED. entering inWhe composition of his widely t
make kidney sufferer grateful. To tell
M" '; any
celebrated fcfdlcjfies.f Thus he has taken
r ideal for motorists surrounded as It LJ ,
bow this great change can be brought about I his numerate sfctrons and patients '
into t
by several roads. Entrances will be
T I will prove comforting words to hundreds of bis full/tnfatfence. Thus too he has re- i
$ !* c For ,an American Motordrome constructed at three or four points. Pendulum Ninety-one Feet Long I Is to from
Florida readers.A. inoYedAis/ftiediciaes among secret i
.toTBe: ,,Largest Fastest and Safest. These will be subways, so that no one, Be Suspended From Dome of New nostr/iaffof doubtful merits, and made

:1 Car; It I Is Said, Can Take It at Ninety either spectators or cars will have to Oerting,seaman of 419 L.St.Pensacols, York Institution-Two Repetitions j of Known CompottOon.Vr a I Y
Fla., tells how to do it He says: "From_my this boM e t Dr. Piprce ha< shown '
Miles across the track. p
it Hour go
) an In Perfect Safety. Planned of Foucault'a Noted Test.
(:''- experience with Doan's Kidney Pills I can r.Lj formula anj titl j'ch&al ] ( aP

Philadelphia capital and enterprise Marked for Death strongly: recommend them to anyone in neEd If Koresh, the astronomer who startled -+ .. U i to su eet t eta

", bave.'.planned, to ,build,Immediately the 01 a good medicine for the kidneys. Kidney the world a few years ago by an- Not only does the wrapper of every boctje
"Three years ago I was marked for death.A complaint> and backache caused me suffering Of Dr.Plerce's Golden Medical Discovery tne
largest and fastest automobile track In noaccing that the earth Is concave and famous medicine for weak stonatb pfd
grave-yard cough was tearing my lungs to at intervals for The first or second attack -
the world.- years. liver or biliousness and all catarrhal diseases
',. p -. says the Philadelphia In- pieces.. Doctors failed to help me and hope I did not mind but as time went by they that we are living inside a sphere in- wherever located. bare printed upon it. inplatn
qw+er.. Before next summer arrives It had fled when my husband got Dr. King's stead of outside will go up to Co- ; English a full and complete list of all '
and at times laid me I could
grew worse up. the ingredients it, bat a small
Ii expected that the course will be New Discovery," says MM. A. C. Williams, of hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to Ittmbla university New York on Friday book bas been compile Iron numerous
Feb. 7, or Wednesday Feb. 12. i standard medical works, of all the different
ready .and that Bac, Ky. "The first dose and improvement
new world's records helped me straighten after stooping while the kidney se- schools of practice containing very numer
kept until I had 53 he will get first hand proof that the \ extracts from the of 1
galore will go down on the pages of on gained retions: were irregular and unnatural. Doan's ous writings leading
earth Is 'round and that It revolves practitioners of medicine endorsing in U*
motoring,history. pounds in weight and my health was fully re Kidney Pills cured me. From personal experience strongest potfOtU tn'IM. each and every ingredient -
stored." This medicine holds the world's around the sun. In these two days contained in Dr. Plerce's medicines.One .
The only track, that can compare I know that this remedy can be depended Professor Harold Jacob,.. head of the of these little books will be mailed treeto
record for coughs and colds and lung and upon to fulfill the representationsmade any one sending address on postal card or b
with it is the Brooklands of England throat diseases. It prevents pneumonia. Sold for it." department of astronomy at Columbia, by letter to Dr. B.V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
where,S.' F. Edge.has;made marvelous and his assistant Dr. S. A. Mitchell, and requesting the same. From this little t
under guarantee at Banner Drag Store. 5Oc.and book It will be learned that Dr. Pierce's med
For Sale all dealers. Price 50 cents
time in twenty-four hours and for by will famous of
$1.00. Trial bottle free. reopen thp experiment icines contain no alcohol,narcotics mineral +
shorter periods.. So safe will the course Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York sole "oucault. the most Ingenious of French agents or other poisonous or injurious agents ,
and that they are made from native medicinal -
be that a car can take it at the rate of agents for the United States. Bemember the physicists, who In 1S51 gave the first roots of great ralue also that some of
ninety miles 'an ,hour without' the LIFE 'IN WASHINGTON. name-Doan's-and take no other. actual evidence of the earth's rotary the most valuable ingredients contained in .
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak
slightest danger of an accident movement says the New York Globe. nervous, oTerworked.rundown.." nervous
Since the course will hare no com- Incidents That Depict Phases of Its i country was directed by Roosevelt and 'Most' people" said Dr. Mitchell In and debilitated women, were employed long
t I years ago by the Indians for similar ailments
petifors in the United States it will Lighter Side. Governor "Stogie," evidently meanln explaining the experiment "know that affecting their squaws In fact. one of the

become national in the interest it creates Representative Wallace,of ArkansasIs Stokes. Asked if be belonged to any the earth moves around the sun In- most the Taluable medicinal plants entering into i
composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription -
;and thus Philadelphia will be the< now the champion rapid fire speech- societies opposed to the United States stead of the sun moving around the was. known to the Indians as

/ center speeding and all the great maker of the house, says a Washington government: Laden replied "Not jet" t earth. But If you ask ninety-nine per- of&uutw-Weed not a few of our Our most knowledge valuable of Dative the uses medicinal 1

care constructed in the United States : correspondent of the New York sons out of a hundred why this is so plants was gained from the Indians. +

and abroad will be sent there to com Times. The other day he made three Value of Iron In Old Horseshoes.Old they will be unable to answer. To any As made, the.up Favorite by Improved Prescription and exact Is most processes \ e

pete. speeches, each several Im;es long in horseshoes have found a marketIn one seeing the sun rise In the east efficient remedy for retaliating all the wom-

For enterprise and daring Pblladelphla he ongressional Record all in one China. One Hamburg steamer recently move through the heavens and disap- prolapsus anly functions anteversion, correcting and displacements t

has long ranked ahead of any city minute. During the brief discussionof took to Tsingtau 300 tons of this pear in the west It would appear as overcoming painful periods toning up the

of the nation and on the first signal an appropriation for free seeds i scrap Iron. The Chinese claim that plausible with those phenomena aloneas nerves health.and Sold bringing by all dealers about a in perfect ssoicima.Tke state. ofi

from the American Automobile assoc: .' brought In by the appropriations committee there Is no iron quite as good as old< a guide to believe that the sun ':i e

soon, tbe controlling automobile bodyin Chairman Tawney said: horseshoes for making cutlery and< moves as to believe that the earth I

the United States, that racing on: "I yield one minute to the gentleman tools. does. In fact, you cannot make chil- Most Y Sit of Yucktuildtg uhMI. t

mile or half mlle horse tracks wouldbe from Arkansas, Mr. Wallace." dren or aborigines believe otherwise."In Books ever Published.

s discountenanced the American mo- Mr. Wallace arose, and his thick, SUBSTITUTE FOR BANKS. order that people may see actual

tordrome was organized and has now white mane flew back in the air as: I evidence of the revolution of the earth i ii RUDDERHOWTO ;

proceeded to such a stage that success his sonorous voice began "I come hereto Chicago Business Men May Establish i we are going to repeat the experiment BOOKS

is certain. No club affiliated with the bury Caesar, not to praise him. a Credit Clearing House.A 'devised and performed by Foucault
1 Over 3000 boats have been built from the lines
American Automobile association with The house immediately turned in its plan for a commercial clearinghouse ; more than fifty years ago. We will printed in time books Successfully sided Ira

1 any degree of respect for the lives of chair and took notice. an Institution through which take SL Paul's chapel, built for the university every cline and upun every sea-Full detail tdrawing
of an parts showing what it Is and I
competitors 'would attempt to hold a "Mr. Speaker, he continued in the business houses could settle their debts last year, and suspend from its bow to make it-Text cittemdv simple.!

mile track and same eloquent tone, "I ask unanimous and collect their bills themselves wire feet
i race meet ,on a now. among cupola on a ninety-one longa HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
free lance promoters would not be consent to extend my remarks in the without recourse to the banks 150 pound unloaded shell so that It M taut trow r.tfcot L..i*.mr,.ImiM fraac all himrf _
1. fwilncuf bout fur a..../a kara tile IHMUMO I*.
permitted to' make the attempt for all Record on the tariff question. was launched the other night at the Is but a few inches above the door
who participated would be declared This brought a smile to the other meeting of the Chicago Credit Men1 "This is held out of vertical by a toe boat for' .aer.e<. tailm?or lam-kinr abort fa
members. Mr. Wallace lifted noal ,<-r HnWTr..fiil."""'"_b alt tlnuf ot
another ;
outlaws. So remained for enterprising association. says a Chicago dispatch loose band which Is fixed by a piece of ; full j>.mM..,I pictine.ot cvmpM4 _(.
capitalists -to undertake the great manuscript aloft as be again said: to the Kansas City Star. I string ten feet to one side of equilib HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP

task. and Philadelphia .will have, the "Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous con- :The proposal was well received by rium. After the ball has been kept In emaer Now hi."_.erfnl....,A.a rae+.and.. whme Au&r.wai...eM.r-oI, a Mi14.; a pro_
honor .of Inaugurating the first great sent to extend my remarks In the Record representatives of 350 large business position for an hour, so that every- towpwlfc.HOW .

track: the United, States has ever on the improvement of public high- houses. A resolution was passed to'' thing, even the wire, will be absolutely TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH

known and what ,will prove the fastest ways" appoint a special committee to make an without any disturbing vibration a ....U Simple lor.!:..p<""Dtr_,_tIC. bearalothupi bow toeonitraet ee "!...>)

lu' the'world. This time there were loud laughterand Investigation: with a view to devisIng match Is touched to the string. This HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA

: A beautiful plateau Just beyond Lla- appreciative applause."Mr. ways and means to put the plan Into burning releases the loose band which, alter;bee tuiUUt.11 V-WH.r 01.!&rrvauu.IDW..b-t WMt... food cabin; .!mass -

: cercb on the West Chester pike has Speaker," exclaimed the gentleman operation.The dropping lets the ball swing back and HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-ORAUGHTL00p

, been selected from a number of sites, from Arkansas again holding upa plan is simply the adaptation of forth like a pendulum In a straight A rlrr r little uilia;boat,with BiadenU*r rk ag .M

. and there 213 acres of ground have third manuscript. "I ask unanimous the bankers' clearing house system to line over a previously ruled straightline .mallud pIaL
, been purchased. The location is ideal. consent to extend my remarks In the the needs of mercantile affairs. Large on the floor."Attached E:%.7 to taiU.wmlbwc ttniitht;jurt the tuft for a k.]
Record the subject of Inheritanceand lo btfia wttk;"'....b.iit..ry cbeaplj,enher loop.r CM rig
It is but little over half an hour from on mercantile houses would proceed at to the bottom of the ball

the center of Philadelphia the spectator income tax. once to effect debtor and creditor set- is a brush wet with Ink. At each HOW complete TO BUILD dnmptioii A MOCEL of bow to builds YACHTA mbdel sloe IIM

taking the elevated to the terminus lie sat down amid a gnat roar of tlements among themselves by the exchange swing this marks a circular piece of lit skit ml rag.._Ie. ;

and then the West Chester Traction applause and laughter.! of canceled checks In a manner paper placed beneath it. Although the $1.

company cars to the track. The similar to the settlements made by pendulum makes a straight line at each PIIIEPAID PRICE BY: ssPRtsa AN"WMEIIIE EACH

latter company is already making Twice during the present session the banks wtihout the necessity for the ex- swing. it will be observed that each r
Bound in doth-Cold lettering-Size of
.1 plans to lay a spur directly to the speaker of the house has caused to be change of real money. These mercantile line Is farther to the right and that no 9 by tz inches-Large,cieariytirawa* +

course which fls but a short distance read aloud rule 13. which forbids settlements would be made on the line crosses another except in the cen- .

from the company's main line. So smoking:; on the floor, says the New basis of the values of sound mercantile ter of it-the position of the ball If at THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
i 9 MUMHAT STRICT: New Yon. U. S. A
abort Is the traveling distance and so York World's Washington representa accounts. rest

j low the rate of fare that thousandsand : tive. A few days ago while the house "In thirty-six hours this line, if the Seed postal for LilJra Catalogue y. of Books farI'ocklsman's '

f thousands of people will take in was In committee of the whole on the New Drink In Georgia. pendulum could be kept swinging
the great battles of'motor cars that bill for a new Immigration stationat The first of the prohibition drinks would form the radii of an entire cir

are planned. Philadelphia. Uncle Joe walked made its debut in Atlanta the other cle. At the north pole, where the rotation

-The course will be between two down the center aisle with a lighted morning and It Is understood that of the earth is faster It would

I And three miles in length and will be cigar between his lin ers. A ripple of several others are to follow, says the take only twenty-fonr hours. The Sower visa

100 feet wide at the narrowest part- laughter ran through the chamber but Atlanta Journal. The, new drink which "The reason for the phenomenon is No Secoad Chaaee + ,

1 said President Louis nergdoll the other he was Ignorant of Its causo. When looks like lager beer smells like It and that the ball Is suspended In space and (food .ense aa.s make the mat *
he to talk with foams, like It. Is called -Jack Frost" of the are ;
day "while the turns which will bea, stopped Representative the building and the paper on its floor
; quarter of a mile long, will be 125 Gouldcn of New York Mr. Gouldcn Soda founts which had Jack Froston are. fixed in a definite spot on the FERRY'SSEEDS

t feet wide, with an elevation of 30 per took a cigar from his own pocket and draft the day It made Its debut earth. The building twists around

; rent which will make the greatest started to light it soon old out their supplies, for there with the revolution of the earth while

4 absolutely safe. "Caught in my own trap, by George were many who were curious to sam the ball always swings in the same po .

speed"Engineers are already at work on exclaimed the speaker and darted for ple a legal l eer. The drink Is nonalcoholic sition. In time the floor makes a complete pave.the male laraeat and kept mthe Fesryh worhl-mert decd Beet.nee. tuna. t 1

:. out the track, and as soon as the lobby. according to Its manufacturers circle around the pendulum. Ferrr' Seed Annual top 1'908 C
and U made like other soda "Foucault the experiment "'lie tboo whole seed Story-llent FREE for t
their plans are completed! contractswill performed tile&llluDg. lXIo'IIOW-a ail JOG get S. .
When Governor John A. Johnson of fountain beverages from the! sirup I' .
be let for the building of theourse. for the first time at the Pantheon In 0.M. FWI I CD.Susan Nitu

It Is planned to have the track Minnesota was In Washington he ran with carbonated water added Even I Paris with a pendulum :00: feet long.

1 made of concrete and cinders the surface across J, Adam Retie of the Minnesota the old red nosed topers who found But we hope to get as good results

being Just rough enough to pre- delegation wearing a silk hat says the their favorite haunts closed New I with ninety-one feet. -. '.

skiddingSuch:: a composition Chicago News. Year's morning were casting about fora I Professor Jacoby when asked whether kAU.i 50 YEARS'
vent 1.I
the tires every chance to takea "I'm going:: to tell on -OU, Adam, substitute for the amber fluid with he had undertaken the experiment EXPERIENCE 1.

gives hold and with the splendid when I get hone," said the governor \vhk-h they were wont to regale themselves to silence astronomers having absurd

firm wonderful time should be the who wore an ordinary btiilness suit and they eaperly sampled the theories about the earths revolution

grades "It will l>e a hard blow to jour constituents new prohibition drink. tt'l'il'\1! : 1

result" added that one of the to hear you are wearing high "No: ; we stoat try partu-ul.trI. to re
Mr. Dergdoll silk hats and putting on air" Bride's Wrap of Bronze.
of such a track was the fate t';v' theories "f any crank'v\
great features "To tell! the truth I Miss UNie.: I eldest daughter of On
which has caused a pill governor I ,don: H'ii e jH'ct: to evtaWuh! any hew TRACE MARKS
absence of dust fatal, accidents In automobile han to do it." said Ilode. "Down hereIn I eral William I'. I'alnier. founder of law or reiiml ant new observation! DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS 1

great many noted." he said, Washington you can't do businesswithout Colorado Spring-*. wa- married at 7 lie uifM-lj taut to ileuioastnitp to tlK' &C.Anvnne .
races. "Have you one. I tried gong around 'dock the other evening to Leopold university and tit the putdie the ): (M>ndn? a sketch and descriptkm my :
not been a single accident pro gntckly ascertain our opinion free whether ao
"that there has ? And these departments In a slouch hat fora Hamilton Myers of Cambridge, Eng of a i ,,eli!! known pniu-.p.e: ; Invents Hpr,>h.blf p.tent.hle. <' Handbook Pate&Uem
Brooklyn course tions strictly crmOdfnUai. on
at the degree IUD!: time. When I entered an office land. says a Tolorulo: springs special "The experiment Las not Iwn mad 8 Iret Oldest agency for Bwunuj patents. -f

there will not I* If drivers accident use any on our I took off my hat and handed my card lispatch to the New York Times. The i-i fl).- liti-tl States for j-,>an>. t'p sprrfcj Patents notice taken, without through cbarye Steno, in t:8 Co. receive i

of caution. An ossible." to si cleri: and cot left every time. NowI wedding took platy at Glen Eyrie, the b'r"t Columbia we have I-ecu ha mil. !
Scientific Jlm rltan.
almost lnji>
course would be and field seats hm,1 them this bat and get e"ery'thlI' suburban home of the Palmers, in thepresence ,-ai H-d heretofore: b> not hating aubuIKlias > ,
Immense stands A handsomely IWoitrnted w *ItIY. .arrest circulation I
:. of guests from New York and -
that a great thron with a roof lush euous'J B'lt of an?iK-icntitlc p'vernal Term.. t i aveer .
are on the plans, so London. The bride wore neithereil : fnurmontbetb Sold by Ttewsdea.eriL; ;
.. Besides there with the erection of the ue*e: < :lapel)
may be taken care of and every WHO MAKES LAWS HERE? nor Jewels, but her trousveau include this tlitf.'ulfy has been met. and there ]lUNN &Cor3slsroad.alNeW York ;
txro large public garages brown with huge bronze UfBce. *2S F ft Washington.U.C. '
are welcomed a long; wrap is uo iton why we should not main ,r.
other feature that "Roosefelty and Fair/banks," Says a buckles looped round with cord: sui demonstrate the reliability of Foil atl.iQiZllfmahaaGKf r.Br.DCII :

bv motorists. of the plan: Fearless Would Be Citizen. porting 1,000 tiny bronze animals of ail'! cault's e\lilen" LL THE COUCH
T'-'ere In no one feature i I
, thau the formation, dr Weunl Moeth and Michael I.aJen or descriptions AND CURE THE LUNGS I
more i Even From the Mountains !
club, which wil Newark! X. J.. did not become citizens I :
great automobile Medicine That is Medicine
a building for a club- of the United State the other day because ,i Snow Liniment is praiteri fur the '

have II gorgeous convenience and pleasure they knew so much alxmt the "I have suffered a good deal with malaria ;:Mg'I' <...l it does. A sure cure for rh -um.iti>t, -n< WITH Dr. King's f' I

house and every country club could offer <-ountry that was not M>. says the New and stomach complaints, but I have now fouud :'i I all pain Wright W. Ixnin,;, Grand June

that a of the use York Times.Who a remedy that keeps me w ell. aud that remedyis i tine (vlo., writes: "I u-.eJ B.illard'NUO
added advantage I )
with the at any time for members, makes the laws of the Initt'\t'' i Electric Bitten.;a medicine that is medicinefor I Liniment last winter for rbeunuti-.ui and o! New Discovery : )

of the track of forma States?" Murtb was asked. stomach and lint trouble- and for rundown recommend it as the best linimeuton the )

. This club, now in the procew the automobile "KooH'fe-lty and*." was conditions."says W. C. Kiestler.of Ualliday. mirkct. I thought at the time I was taken PBICE 1 jr
beside FOR
features have long golf course, tennis the answer. Ark. Electric Bitter purify the blood down with this trouble that it would be a COLDS Trial lOc Bottle A $1.00.Free ,

_; a of room for all other field PreseU further, uo saLJ tint the senate tone up the nerves and impartigor aud energy week before I could get about hut on a;>ply* AND% ALL THROAT AND LING TROUBLES.

and Plenty clubhouse will contaInbedrooms. heipc wiirn cnllinl\ upon to do so.LaiVu to the weak. Your money will be refunded fug your liniment several times during the '
sports. can reside declared Trentoa va the capital if it fails to help you. :">c. at Ha-iner night I was about in 4s hours and well" in :
that members OR MONEY REFUNDED.1S' .
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:.-=,: s -- >a :"4 r .. THE FLORIDA STAR FEBRUARY 7, 1908

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; THE FLORIDA STAB in length and when finished will Boat Races at Eau Gallie PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. I. "

bring Jacksonville in communicationwith There will be two boat races at Eau

.; 3 M ; 'Entered at thepwtoffice at TitaiTille as St. Augustine by an inland wa- Jallie on the 22nd, Washington's

w ,; econd-cla mail matter. terway. In fact when the last stretchis birthday, one for boats making 12 Dr. Hartman is now offering Peruna to the public as a regular pnaraacea-

a'at F ;, SUBSCRIPTION,91.50 PER ANNUMAd..rtblett opened small boats will be able to miles per hour or more, and one for tical product. It is just as ethical u any compound put up for the medial

travel from Jacksonville to Biscaynebay boats making less than 12 miles per profession. No straining of medical ethics can find any fault with it. TEX

-1 Application.KllU. later FarnUbod. aar in absolute safety.- St. Augu- hour. PRINCIPAL ACTIVE INGREDIENTS are prominently incorporated in tit

eW stine Record. Boats will be handicapped according label on the bottle, that the people may know that the claims made for Ferusft

.B. Wager Kdltor and FnblUher.PUBLI8HEP have icaticm.
a juat
to their rating under the American -
; EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Correction Regarding Roads Power Boat association rules. The only departure we shall make from medical ethics in the conduct of

Editor of Tax FLORIDA STAa f First boat in wins. Entries free. Peruna affairs in the future is the fact that we snail continue to advertise and

Yy If the forecast prominent south- Kindly allow me space to correct All boats invited. sell our product TO THE PEOPLE.If .

yn ern Republicans who claim to know the statement you made in the last Write to G. F. Paddison, chairman we would agree to sell to doctors only to advertise for doctors only

y- ;: '. the situation in the south is correct issue of THE STAR in regard to the racing committee, Eau Gallie. All then the medical fraternity would be obliged to recognize Peruna u being!

the president and Secretary Taft ares condition of the roads south of Rock- entries must be made by Feb. 20th, entirely.within their approval.

going to be disappointed. The southern ledge. What kind of roads do you and boats must be measured for rating BUT WE SHALL SOT DO THIS.
the We shall continue to offer Peruna to the people. Wt snail continue to
think have when by treasurer, not later than
will not line as sole we you say, no man
"' delegates up not accustomed to touring and its the morning of Feb. 21st. convey to the people our claims for Peruna as a household remedy. We snail
idly for the president's candidate as continue to supply the people with free literature, teaching them how to use
should risk this ? That
dangers trip
the Taft leaders expect they will. Special Road Tax Held Illegal our medicine, teaching them how to avoid disease,teaching them many things

I is going a little too far. While we The special three mill road tax levied of benefit to the home. We shall continue to do this, whether the medical
have not the best of roads, they are profession like it or not.
The president is making every post by the board of county commis-
being improved every year.I We are proposing from this time on to take the public into our confidence.
about the nomination sioners of Dade in last
r ,able effort to bring had the pleasure of meeting Mr. county August notwithstanding that some imitators and substitute will be attempting to

r t '- of 'Secretary Taft. It is impossible Laughlin and party while here. Theyall has been declared illegal by Circuit put up something which they consider j just as good as Peruna, we are going to

to say with any degree of expressed themselves as being Judge M. S. Jones, who so ruled in draw aside the veil of secrecy and allow any one who chooses to know exactlyOF

the matter Saturday afternoon, when WHAT :PEBTOA IS COMPOSED.This .
L- certainty at this time what success very much surprised to find such

he is having. It looks, however, as good roads south of Rockledge, and the case was argued before him in ought to disarm all honest criticism. We expect, however, that. exit

chambers. The law requires that icism will continue. On some pretext or other those who are envious of the
in said if all the road was as\jood they
if Gov. Hughes were growing pop- ,
sixty days' notice of the levy of such tttttt success of Peruna will continuo to find
ularity faster than Secretary Taft. would make the trip to Miami in fault But determined to
: special road tax shall be made by People I Who Object to.Liquid we are gin
time. made the from
: In order to get the nomination Secretary good They run publication and the such people no just complaint
three miles in four county to Medicines Can
Grant to Micco
' Taft must have practically all PERUNA IS A GREAT MEDICINE
make such .
minutes.I a showing.The Now Secure Peruna It has become a household word in
m of the southern delegates. A

; a question matter was brought up on the
think in a few years the southern millions of homes. Our faith in the
4 is, can .he get all of them or petition of M. C. Hardee, of Boyn- Tablets, remedy is than ever. Every
portion of Brevard county will have
. ton, represented by Judge W.I. Met-
.t k ::3.:;. even the greater part of them? fine roads, thanks to the energy of calf, of West Palm Beach, in which year we expect to establish new plants

our county commissioner, Mr. R. A. the judge ruled adversely at first on in foreign lands until the people of all the world are supplied with this valuable -

;- The Boycott Decision Conkling. Yours truly account of a technicality, the county household remedy.
I commissioners not having been madea WE CLAIM PERUNA TO BE A CATARRH REMEDY. Buy a bottle and

ft: Labor unions are figuring quite MRS. THEO WIETHUCHTER. party to the hearing. try it. If it helps you,be honest ancf acknowledge that it has helped you.

: frequently in court now. In the past If you want us to we will publish your statement exactly as you furnish it

F in contests between employers and In reply to the above we desire to County Treasurer's StatementFeb. to us. We will add no words, take away no words. If you wish us to we will

been say that the particular paragraph 1st, 1908. publish your portrait in connection with it. We will not do this without your
the used
courts have
p i :,. employes referred to in our article last week Balance cash on hand Jan. 1, written request, without your entire consent
' : but little by the former against lab has cured thousands of of chronic
should have been credited to Mr. F. 1908----------------------$ 16848.58 Peruna people catarrh, in many phasec
---- or unions, but now the unions are Amount received in Jan., 1908 2,599.00 and locations.. At least, that is what the people say to us, through unsolicited

I frequently called upon to appear as Ed. Spooner, one of the Pathfinder Total 19447.59 testimonials. Peruna will cure many thousand more, in spite of fabricated
party, who we supposed knew what
slanders to the contrary.
Less warrants in Jan.
defendants. The court de- paid
. supreme he was talking about. We do not 1908, and warrants delivered WE GUARANTEE EVERY BOTTLE OF PEBTJHA. TO CONTAIN THE

cided this week that the boycott is intend to do section or to county commissioners INGREDIENTS PRINTED ON THE T.ATTET.
any any people
:,,_ illegal where it is against goods that and board of public instruction We guarantee that every testimonial we use is absolutely true-in the
an injustice and are pleased to __hUUU_____ 4092.78
have a market outside of the state exact language of the testifier.
publish this correction and learn of Balance cash on hand Feb. 1,
z in which they are manufactured. 1908---------------------- We guarantee that every photograph published is the photograph of the
the excellent condition of the roadsin 15,354.80This person whose name it bears, that every word of every testimonial was authorized
The particular case in which this amount is held as follows -
-i- the section referred to, and take : by the hand that signed it.
decision was rendered began in Danbury We determined to beat by being fairer than they are
hi'ss pleasure in publishing Mrs. S iethuchter's Deposited in Indian River are our opponents ,

j. Conn., where Lowe & Co., hat letter to correct Mr. Spoon- State bank, as per cashier's by dealing squarer than they dare to. We are determined to meet falsehood

' manufacturers, refused to unionize certificate attached to with truth, duplicity with candor, insincerity with sincerity.We .
I er's reference to the roads from monthly statement and cash know that the Peruna will stand. We believe
their factory and the company's hats and checks in safe________ 15,354.80The ; users appreciate our
Rockledge south. [Eo. STAR.] balances that the dealers in Peruna will applaud our course. We expect even our opponents -
the hat makers. belonging to each fund
were boycotted by
.,. are as follows: will be obliged to acknowledge finally that Peruna is not only an

i The firm brought suit for $80,000 Deserves a Renomination County revenue-General honest and useful remedy,but one of the GREATEST HOUSEHOLD MEDICINES .

' x :;r against Martin Lawler and two hun- fund.-_ $ 1,497.05 ON THE CONTINENT.
Among the primary ---------- -- -- --
' announce- County road and bridge fund 2,710.80 -
dred other members of the local hat-
ments this week will be found that Building fund_______________ 12.52
1 -i ters' union. The claim was made by of Sheriff Brown for renomination.There Fine and forfeiture fund__ 3,537.40 Early this morning F. F. Sweet, cor : Notice To Teachers

+ the firm that its business had been is no question but that he has Special" road" fund.4"Dis. No." 1 143.02 ner of Fourth Avenue and Tenth I I Office of Superintendent of Put lie Instruction
2 1,018.77 j-treet SlOt a wild cat in his yard of Brevard Titusville.
.. .. .. .. County,
L the which made this the "
greatly injured by boycott county most efficient .. .. .4" 3 3,017.44 which was a fine specimen of the feline I! Fla., Feb. 7th 1908.

the defendants had placed on its officer we have ever had. He has .. .. .. .. 4 1,177.23 family. :Mr. Sweet's home is ad- !> The following is a Hat of text toks
5 143.93
to be used as the basis of the JOB
manufactured product. proven his worth on many occasionsin Game warden fund_.._______ 2,031.31 iacrnt to a dense hammock, and !rom 1908: examination

t ', The decision of the court was unanimous detecting crime and arresting Property of deceased persons .ts lair in this hammock the prowler 'I' Ortho r.1l'hy-Uet.-d's Word Leas e
fund. __ __ _____ 16.82
criminals that his has become u -- -- -- (25c), Maynard, Merrill & Co., hew
so name had been accustomed to ni.htlyis'
it looks school
a fund.--------
I thereupon as though County 14.76 York.
a terror to evil doers. The Special school fund "C"state :Ms to the chicken roosts near by. He '
the boycott is a thing of the past. E'ading-any standard author wil
voters of Brevard can certainly do aid 33.75 ":fU have the animal mounted.-St. answer.

Only a few days ago the supreme no better than renominate him for Total $15,354.SO Petersburg Independent I Composition Maxwell and SIII III.s

I court of the District of Columbia this responsible position.Physical I Writing Book Co. in English (7&c), AawricM

E granted an injunction against the For Tax Assessor Notice ; Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (tifir).

.:t American Federation of Labor, enjoining AdviceNo To the Pen pl lt' of Rrvvanl Comity. I will lie at the following; places f-)r the pnrf American Book Co., Atlanta.

r it from publishing the Buck man in health Cando full justiceto I respectfully announce myself as a !..*.? ,- the taxes for 1'.1O.... .at the 'I American English Book Grammar-Co. Met alf'. (toe),
his work to himself. Ill health is candidate for re-election tini. .
" or as county tax nana< 1wouldtakeitasagreatf4corif
Stove and Range Co. in its unfair Florida History-Brevard and Ben-
l the continual: cause of conscious or unconscious assessor. Trusting: my work has met all wvuM meet me at the cIt.i natt'll nett's (60e). American Book
cTf list. Hence it seems as though labor worry.Vorry over great orsmall your approval and thanking: you for I'u-s at the time named. It will enable matotumPkte Fairbanks'. II. & W. B. Drew Co.Co.. Jacksonville and-
bodily ills destroys brain your support. I remain yours truly,
and capital will henceforth have to 11:" \\ork earlier and uwrr eorrwtJy. Fla.
By reflex action the condition of yon; \V. II. HALL.
' -- adjust their differences in court. mind; affects the condition of 'our1XrJ\'. _. ---- --- \V. II.itL4tat "..r. U. S. History-Field's Grammar
t MeSbourrw.: Saturilay. KeU School ($1)), American Book Cu
You knew that you cannct r< ach the Notice Mb.i>ioruicg. at
The strike will doubt take its GeographyIledwav'g
no Natur 1 Advanced
\;val of your ambition: that yuii canr.olac'r.ieve I Brown's')?eJI"n"urn..lWa..b. -
lay on the shelf along with the boycott : the full iua:are of success:; and To tV! Y.,">r, "f Bn-varf (',"alty. Motid ty Feb. 1'Hb. nu>rn- (S1.25): American Book t o.
I I. PhysiytojryColeman's:
> bapTirrs.withjut the?mentd a*> in proper time, and cease to bused : (9(Jc), The MarMiiian Co.. Atlanta.
f -revrith is founded al'our.ding: in "Ur last v.tek's county papers, sta- j ,n <;a.ili TueMlaj. Feh 1Kb. caorniu Civilgovernment-Yecum's
/: in struggles between capita: :t' .itl.! irc'err.'eyour chi!' take! t-TMT that urvierno circu' istaneeswill: he' :it MvMiliiin's bvtrf.Tr I ernment lJf Foridaatlt.! the \'illtl'; '

} -' and labor. In the mean time, how;- "ii'vcis\::.. ,'. riX.I'rtitttirm: vim. row to-pay?inract. run totaeY.u' ski>. be*>nr.,a candidate aTdcctlltc.: for, any I herewith u.F.ce at announce t next j!; ..pv.: Thursday. FrK. t:k. mumin. at I ($1)) E. O. Painter t','-, Dvt.ap Uuit<:'(I.i States I .<1.

ever, the courts should see to it teat tcf:! rep dt 1 -(:: (wf>rdn'\. ;my candidacy for the -fPce of county itreas.rerof I a1uhee. ilac-Vilian Ato-bra-)1ilnt..sHigh8dod( .. (Ill,. The
barn! when thti'hI. l anyia. TUurwlmy. Feh. Wtk. aftenwoB. at 0 Atlanta.::
1 1:1'' : near at $revardcoun.y. If dected
< F labor has its rights in every particular. :!L'! "}a!: 1-J iiit into natural training to this oHroe promise to give to the I (Kfetoffirc.DrantW.. The acalGttigraihy-Tanr'| : :Nvk' lilt

? They should! take cave that a" rv.a ?* it prfs.'r from In? grac.' of neopie of tV county as ;good: service as Ftkby. Feh ink tnerniB*. at Thronand AiacMilian Co., A anlL
... '. \ .,'.to ii.i'kwani Practice--For all irra! .i.: .-
c.- ; v : t. ; e ("i tle- has been by our : and Wf8 X'.
does I labor Labor given present most ; Classroom
capital injustice.
; no i Management, bIi .
t t'ClO'rit! ; nt. ;he pi-fee of the heal and efficient treasurer. I trust that I will receive -' L*...-.. Friday, Feb. t ttb. afterBuon. at puttn.v. ($ ), The : a.-
' at times is in need of such protection itnbvi\ grace of carnage ar.d walk your support. J. F. WooTEX. j ,! i Ga. Co.. .\t.\.
"*h'l K !n"J'h-.t leat as vigilant! Ivan.] l i
and there is no doubt but Iureptna.5aturdas. Feb. 1.-tJa. These boooks be had .
thorxv.y'-iK: ::nusc! paintirg: or any d norniBg. : may ofi> -:
;, that it will bet it, for courts have a the tine :at!'. I give a special cm-rse to For Supervisor of Registration I j jTo ':.* Uwk dealers in the state, or fnttr-:'
chi dvii, directing their excn.i" .... itiei the IViiKKTAtic.tfr-. of I'rrvanl ("l'unt-I j jI : publishers by mail. poMi-aid. n !ivt-: t
deep regard of the ballot andvi bath. etc. Dear i in mind, "as the twig !I t o.t'.ure of pl' n-. J.'tlIt WUKI.K.
: am a candidate for renomination by ; I, Sapenntendvnt of l ubl ,,' , _
r r take heed to render decisions that is bent th t rte n.c1 *es. the Democracy of Brevard county for i Itr.i'an.,1a, wedaeslay. Feb.19h. morning. ; t.on
t- A few wordin et nversation with the the office of of at >fljce. !
will the of of supervisor registration I I"lbtl
appeal to :
_; : sense justice aihiete! will convince hart ... '
champion you. If nominated I I i iI t rul tit.intplrs -n '.
continuanceof M.-rrtts. Pal
promise a Wedaewlay teat, ..
afternoon. | ru.h. 0'1. .41. Our ,.....
i'i JOE FIELDING.Titusvi'Ie tou
all classes of people. 0F. faithful I porrh 1
a performance of the dutiesof I ,, .
I at i* .tot e* p Ir Ueir4ni-k HI..I Ititir:, a .1. hj..04
Fla. the office. Soliciting the support of r Kokleilse.. TLnrsky: Fb.' mvruinjE. t""h' 'hk. ).,tl .1..... Ord I. .:, nullt'C1.

Work Will Soon Commence Weather Report all in the primary, I i at I/lckb.utlt'slSture. dt'iuII'It'.1
I am very respectfully,
I i Ciicoa, Satnniay. Ft* :Znd. morning at ;
The two new excavators which Summary for Jan. by Rev. Jas. H. W. S. NORWOOD.
town hall
finished for the Florida White U. S. otaerver. --- -- I p I i; &
: were CoasLine Notice i City Prink Monday Fdt Slth, b i.ruiu c. at'I i Robbins Graham Go.
,' ? Canal company by Captain Hinton Highesttemperatureonthe5th 77.0( I! l..t..ffi)

: I J a few days ago were sent uPI Lowest temperature on the2oth-.( I respectfully! announce myself as a 1 I Mwrpes, Monday l"tb.2Ith.: afternoon, at I! ttuo poalc.l' I

,-: .. North river this week and the work !j Mean temperature for month 61.6( candidate for re-election at: the as next sheriff primary of Brevard election .j i l-...t"l re. II i iI raid 1 p t'.,..'.1 tjb.T.hi .,,,-.,
Average mean for J7 years 61.9 i I I Titusville. Wediitwlay. FtU, 2tit ,
a'k of digging the'final cut will soon be Highest for 27 1SS2 69.8 county. I would appreciate the earnest !; u tuoruinx. :: ,,'oml'.1 11)' U\\ n.Ianlis iHtl'elothtar
mean years of all ':: at r-urt L<+n-- !
support our people.
, r j{ in progress. The company has decided Lowest mean for 27 in 1866 55.- ( rncr amniry. on the St. i
years : Yours truly, Min. Thursday.: Feb. :Ktli numing. at 'r I I
: t t ,'. to keep to the original route, Rainfall in inches 2.13 I JOSEPH P. BROWX. I ptoIlk., ... i ii : .tld its rh "'f. at \"'" titer and I
;': tS .t' via North river and Pablo creek instead Average for 31 years 2.59! I i i Latranc.; FrKJay.; Fth. 2Mb.euo montiig. at I I 11\ I'.tyPRICES'fO !
. Greatest for 31 in 1S7S 10.45 I
years For Tax CollectorTo i |>er"h..p. ,i
'- '..= of changing to the San Sebastian -) Least for 31 years in 189S 0.30 the Voters of Brevard I Nathan Tuo.tlay. )[fh. 3r.L tim.... at h..tCanaveral i SUIT THE TIMES
E. County:
.. river and Mill creek. Satisfac-1 Prevailing wind direction E ( tfil.('. |'I
r # have been 'Number of clear days 25 I herewith announce my candidacy for I! $and (et lan.l ..tOrruM
i ; : tory arrangements made I Wednesday. }IdIlh., iiniriiiitg, I
the office of tax collector of Brevard !, .
.I, %Tj .
I Number of fair days 2 .
with the owners of land along the j! county. If elected to this office I prom- at pct toffiic.Artesia

; t North !river route and a change of I Number Number of of cloudy days with days rain !-I S ise to give my best services to the people Thursday, Mch. 5th, III\>ruinlt. at I n t'lIS\'ILU: tr.p arl.tlll
and trust I will receive their lotottiC'e.
plan was not necessary. This will be Number of days with thunder 2 support I, W.\ST.I.-oto.: ,..... .. .
at the coming primarv. Haulover, :Monday, )rl'h_ lth. niormiif, at 1 1Tb ... ... ... __
'., __'. the final cut and it will! be nine miles Island Home:Merritt's Island, Fla. PHILIP rt. WRIGHT. .. Croot- I I allY rlbt\iu.l m'IUIL: ,"') sp IUUCO.1. a w..ltiiinnadVa......' .. ..


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OF: NEWS MAY "WIPE RHEUMATISM Gov. Broward in Miami lF

Governor N. B. Broward arrived in
:: ":, : the city Wednesday morning about ten ,
"- .. :'?' <1t". :"SI 'F' AIR'FLO' RID A OOT IN UNITED STATES
," ,:t ;. o'clock from Ft. Lauderdale accompanied
", >"; j: "t" ', _
by Mr. and Mrs. Reed A. Bryan

t f) glftif|| fiftdij Done Towards the Detf Simple Home-Iade Treatment Said to and Miss, Constance Bryan of that

k lace. The governor and Mr. Bryan t.
TdopiMt of tie Peninsula Outcome RheumatismWhen ,
spent the morning looking at some
T ? 1 r Ex-Mayor Whilldln'of West Palm of the dredges of the F. E. C. Railway f

ss- ,1t., _,," 'Beach, .a pnblhssplrited: and leading an eminent authority announced cow laid up In the upper part of ths

fiJf( citizen; died at his home In that city in the Scranton, (Pa.)Times :Miami river, to ascertain whether o: p
t ; 1_ last Saturday. not of them could 'be used In
that he had found a new way to treat any con _

: ): Large shipments of strawberries that dread American disease, rheumatism nection with the drainage operationsin .

T.: continue to be made from Lakeland, with just common everyday this locality. Returning to th!

t the growers getting 25 and 26 cents drugs found in any drug, store, the city, Governor Broward was met at

/. -. ft, basket wholesale.It the Iroquois hotel by Jd"r. T. V.Moore
physicians were slow indeed to attach
president of the board of trade and
l'- :::: Is expected that the new city directory much importance his claims. This !
several other prominent citizens and
of Jacksonville, now being prepared was only a few months ago. Today
together the party dined. Mr. J. O.
P ty R. L. Polk & Co.. will show
nearly in the
every newspaper coun- Wright, of the drainage department of s
a population of about'! 60,000. try, even the metropolitan dailies, is the government's department of agriculture -

. The Atlantic Coast Line's repair announcing it and the splendid re- arrived on the morning train ROYAL

r shop and pumping station at St. Petersburg sults achieved. It is so simple that end met with the party at. the Iroquois.

ti was detroyed by fire at an anyone can prepare it at home at Miami Metropolis

: early hour Friday morning. small cost. It is made up as follows: '

: -':.- An official count of the votes In the Get from any good prescription phar- Sentenced For Five YearsJ. Baking Powder

recent wet and dry election In MarIon fluid extract dandelion D. Frink, recently convicted of
macy one-
county shows that there were 1067 half ounce; compound kargon, one embezzling several thousand dollars The only Baking Powder made

votes for the saloons and 1013 for from the Seaboard Air Line Railway with
Royal Cream Tartar
ounce; compound syrup sarsaparilla, o f
.- prohibition, a majority for the wets of while agent at Plant City, has been
three ounces. .Mix by shaking in a -made from ;
sentenced grapes-
by Judge Horace C. Gordonin
54.The bottle and take in teaspoonful doses
the criminal court at five
Leesbnrg Rifles are experiencing Tampa to
after each meal and at Bedtime Insures
trouble and there is talk of the years In the convict camps. Frink's healthful and _

company disbanding. This company These are all simple ingredients attorneys may make an appeal to theState delicious food for :
... making an absolutely harmless home every tl> F
has been In existence since 1888, and supreme court.

Is one of the best'in points of efficiency remedy at little cost. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thagard of Nome home-every day .

In the state. Rheumatism, as every one knows Alaska, who are spending the winterat 1
Safeguards food
The beautiful Jewish synagogue in is a symptom of deranged kidneys.It I the Tampa Bay, having arrived several your against
Jacksonville has been purchased by is a condition produced by the fail- days ago, spent yesterday after alma and phosphate o! lime

the Christian Scientists for $10,000. ure of the kidneys to properly filteror coon seeing the city in one of the big

The Jewish congregation is now planning strain from the blood the uric acid antos of the hoteL Mr. Thagard Is .l

to erect a new synagogue to cost and other matter,which,if not eradi- ere of the lucky ones In the Alaska

not less than 20000. cated either in the urine or through. goldfields, having risen from the rank

On the fifteenth of April the name the skin pores, remains in the blood ol a poor man to multi-millionaire Large Shipment Naval Stores i 4,000 casks of spirits of turpentine..

of the First National Bank of Jacksonville decomposes and forms about the class in the past few years. He has The Pensacola correspondent of the I The latter aggregated over 200,000 gal

,, will be changed to the Barnett joints and muscles,causing the untold one of the finest collections of nuggets Tmes-Union, under date of Saturday I Ions and in itself has a valuation. ot

National Bank of Jacksonville, suffering and deformity of rheuma- in the world, several being of says: "What. is claimed to be the I I ever $100,000. The steamer arrived:

cut of compliment to the founder of tism. such: size as to contain from $50 to largest single cargo of naval stores to here about five days ago from Savannah
$75 worth of gold. For cuff links he
1-3 this financial institution the late W. This prescription is said to be a be sent out from a gulf port left here consigned to the company, and
dears two of these
e nuggets studded within this of time the immense
B. Barnett today on the British steamer Craig-
splendid healing, cleansing and in- with small
diamonds not
flashy but
more for Hamburg. The shipment rolid cargo of naval stores was stored
The census of Bartow which wa. vigorating tonic to the kidneys and efficiently large to show the form
and the steamer cleared and started
was by the American Naval Stores Co,
ordered by the city council some time gives almost immmediate which the
relief gold from which he made
formerly the Shotter Company, and for sea this afternoon. The total valuation -
ago, has been completed and shows in all forms of bladder and uri- Ms fortune was brought from theground comprised 20,000 barrels of rosin and of the cargo Is nearly 200000.

.3 a population of. three thousand and nary troubles and backache. He also and streams.-Tampa Tribune. _..
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sixty-one. This is an increase of seven -- -
hundred since the state census taken warns people in a leading New Bradford's 0. A. STEWART
York paper against the discriminateuse Strawberry Outlook. East Coast Meat Market Pa.
two and a half years ago.-Courier
of many patent medicines. County Telegraph.)
Last Saturday there were shippeR
M. W. Timer was in St. Petersburg MURDERER KILLED. from Starke 6 crates and 23 quarts oftrawberries.

i x_ Saturday from Largo and left at the Of these, Messrs. J. M. Fire Insurance Florida and
Mid-Winter Fair Fend Who Assaulted Florida Woman
some stalks of stub ruby and .\. J, Underhill sent one a -

ble cane. He had an acre in cane, Meets Desets. crate each, and Mr. N. B. Hull 1 crate WesternMeats

and from the acre he made 1,188 gallons Quitman, Ga, Feb. 3.-Chaney Pitt- arid: 23 quarts. These berries were *** _

: : of thick cane syrup saving 700 man, the negro barber who was arrest picked before the cold snap that came TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ,. tS
,, stalks for seed. Mr. Ulmer said It -- -- t
; here last
c-d on suspicion of being the murdererf Friday. ,
'1 -. cost him 15 cents a gallon to produce ) Miss Serena Allen at Greenville, The cold weather destroyed many I represent some of the leading ><
,,:' the and figures that the acre companies of the world and any of all Kinds.
I la., was shot to death Saturday night berries and most of the bloom, thus delaying rTITTJSVILLE ,
j'i business entrusted to me will re-
netted him $ OO.-St. Petersburg
over The particulars as gathered from an heavy shipments for some time. ceive andcareful attention +
prompt FLORIDA
Independent. eve-witness, are that the crowd had But none of the growers seem to be t fi

Mr. J. 0. Wright, of Washington rri'thered around the calaboose whera discouraged over it as, besides for oth-

who is the superintendent 'of the gov: PHtsman was confined when the deputy er reasons, it is thought the latter EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.. K

ernment Evergla0s survey now going sheriff: ordered them away. The crowd pickings of berries will be of quality V. ,i

< n. left Monday with his corps of 211Sineers went off and the sheriff went insideto Netter able to stand shipping as on account -

of Lake Okeechobee via JapUer. get the negro out, when he was at- of late fertilizing heavy rains DEALERS IN t#

-I they will be away several days tacked by Pittman, who had a knifea and: warm weather, the first berriej

.." -:: fond possibly weeks. They will haul ,d badly cut the sheriff. The negro were rather soft. Lumber and Building Materials

f.,- a boat across the country to the lax oas shot by the deputy and the mob That the cold spared many berriesIs .

,to be used in investigations along hearing the shots ran up and finished evidenced by the fact that four -
T.o shore of this inland sea.-Tropical lulling the negro. Hates of the finest berries we have

!- Sun \Vest Palm B ach. The evidence against the negro was ; ever' seen were shipped from here Yards at Titusville, Cccoa, Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach

A horrible feature of the sad Wednesday afternoon.
> i-irons.
Miss Serena Allen of Greenville! Fla., _n ___ ___ We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house ordersfor i
tragedy Is that the young lady wa shipment direct from the mills '
who was assaulted in her bed and struck 8100 Steward 81OO. .
criminally assaulted before being mur-
over the head with some blunt instrument readers of this
l Pittman's The paper will be pleased
ilrred. bloody shirt and
F : died on Tuesday.! The assault to: learn that there is at least one dreadful 'l's\li i'r l" V"lr rVM\r\
t !thing was found at a negro woman'shouse disease that science Las: liven able to cure in""WW'rYiI
m was made oh I fcr some time Saturday
u and the woman said that Pittrr.n all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
night, and she never regained conscious- Cure is the only positive cure knownto
; tad brought them there to baCleaned. the medical fraternity Catarrh being a
: ,4 ness and her assailant may never be
constitutional disease requires a constitutional HARDWARE F
Fck: known. Governor Broward for the treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure is I I
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; State of Florida has offered a reward taken internally acting directly upon the "
Large Shipments of Vegetables blood and morons surfaces of the system '
t': -;- of $;>00 for the capture of the murderer, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease :
"."P.:1'f: Greenville offers a like Some ilea ray he gained of the< and giving: the patient strength in ll
building up the constitution and assisting
of vegetable"
',,' amount. f-rormous nature in doing its work. The proprietors I Jas.PChard&Sofl
,e, ""T' Mrs. J. A. Shaw Ost her chatelaine row going out of Dale county bw'vitching have PO much faith in its curative lowers ;
.f tha that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
the loading ( cars at
lf i' !bag overboard at the pier on the beach ease that it fails to care send for Hat tiC tes '
1J: Sunday and it was rescued by fiia.ilef freight depot. But yet the shipment timonials. Handle the Finest Lines of ,J
.tddres.F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Miami small portio
from only
arc a !
: .. Oscar Cheatham who angled fo- Sold by Dnizzists. T.V: \
line. lIe made of the whole crop. Each day: the vegetable Hall's Family Pills!! are the best. Heavy and Shelf Hardware1;
1: it with a fish pole and .
train leaves here with -- -- --
several casts and was at last success-
: .- which distributed Itchin piles! provoke profanity. hot ,
five large express cars, are I
fnl in hooking the bag and deftly faulty wont cure them. Doan's () I'rO-I I '
along the road between Mi cures itching ceding;or protruding: (Ii Ie.
'to landing It on the ;ier. The bag contained inn and West Palm Beach. These are ter years tlr MiflVriD?. At any drug t..rt' Our Stock .of 41'; ;
'..:j.J.. quite a sum of money and artlrles -
full of crated vegetables of ev .1/
'f" of value anc Mrs. Shaw is d- >VrektjrVrtlier Krport.JrPITKR. Guns and Sporting Goods /

lighted at its recovery.Tropical cry kind and are picked up next day FL\., l'tb.4.190S. _
ty the north bound train. The farmersbave
:;- 5>un, West Palm Beach. Comparativetateroent of tcnjp>rntar'ji is complete at all times.
had great success this season.: and rainfall for the week ndins Tuesday.

lfr Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Stand- >ud although there has not been as 1911' Itill'
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Cured lJURX.. MIN. :M'X. MIX !
much rain as was desired, the crops
Jan. 29. 7? 55 4 52
I want you to know how much Chamber- have been fully up to the average. .- 30. TO 'U '! .it, Paints and 1 Oils Quality f 4
r lain's Salve has.done tor me. It has cured 31. 71 fur'; '' s.Feb. f
f- Miami; News Record.
; my face of a skin disease of almost twenty .. ., 1. "2 6T ',ti ti3
2'i:? :12 '.0 fill of Specialties
years'standing. I have been treated by several one our i
Don't Put Off 367 41 M 62
as smart physicians as we have in this 4. ft1* 47 7i b 2
country and they did me no good, but two until tomorrow what you can do today. If Total rainfall for the week .16 indies. = -'-- -- tyl
OOJM orthis salve hasenl'f'd me.-Mrs. Fannie you are suffering from a torpid liver ttr constipation lepartnrerainfall for the wet-k minus JW Quotations
for large or small orders ,
tomorrow inches.
until to
Ala. Chamberlain's Salve is don't wait get
Griffin, Troy, Departure rainfall since, Jan. 1st plug!
for sale by Titusvflle Pharmacy and all deal- help.BayabottleofHcrbine. .01 inches. given personal attention. Mail Orders +
eta and get that liver H. I*. HBDIV.Olfifial solicited and promptly filled # Y
working right. Promptness about health in Charge.

The punch served to 700 guests at the saves many sick spells"Mrs.. Ida Gresham

executive mansion at Albany;; N. Y, Point,Tex., writes: I used lIerbine in my Stops earache in two minutes tonthtcLe or l TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
of burn scald in five minutes, hoarseness -
pain or
was described as "hard cider and some- family for six years and find it does all it one hour, muscleaohe. two hours: sore

; thing that looked" like ink and tasted claims Banner to do.Drug Sold Titusville Pharmacyand (throat hi, monarch twelve over hours pain.-Dr. Thomas Electric ''n'11 ll'J WN I.y-'I'".y' '};Y lv .,mN 1l

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T.E.1 : pension of the '''Knickerbocker Trust Women as Well as Men t L-: ..
company In August until confidencewas "

..z.,1t't restored In December. Are Made Miserable by :; -,
'" Jt. The secretary defends the Issue v'

\ .,'7f ftJ. bonds and certificates by saying tha Kidney Trouble. ,
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It was advisable to take some stron .

and resolute step which would con
the mInd. discourages -
Kidney trouble preys upon
,:f since the public! both at home: and. and lessens ambition;beauty,vigor ,

.. abroad, that the government was thoroughly .. and cheerfulness soon
alive to the situation and determined ". ;) disappear when the kidneys -.

ET :: .... : .. to give Its aid in every possible are out of order Ii#
,( legal and proper form. He also de- 'or diseased.

... ..:4 ry af;:? i r:7: :i; :: :: :q}} :x,?: ':4.{;,:; .h fends the allotment to the national Kidney trouble has
,! :a '
become prevalent
backs. lIe holds that the issue of so
: ;:: I that it is not uncommonfor
,",, ,, 'L... +......wi:' Panama bonds would have been rig
r- .t :: ..a: ai::: f a child to be bornE
; k. }t w ,..a. w ,. ..' -i'' a 3;<77'?. :Yai .Li, : .r. juired In any C.1H"itMn a short titn E?afflicted with weak kid-
....f, x; i !it l 1t i i..1 ; ; ?: ; : -
-q to meet the : : of conbtrnctiu: ;
expenses If the child urin-
Ai t eneys.
fcntence being omitted. ,They were aryan For Aldrich Bill. the canaL He Insists that the! distribution ates too often, if the !

'' '. LEGAL-CRIMINAL I found guilty on June 22. 1906 and There remained no doubt however of public money in tanks ha' urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child
s were fined $6,000 and $4,000. with several that Candidate Bryan was In favor of !>eon made without regard to partisanship reaches an age when it should be able to

months in jail Upon appeal the the Democrats accepting the Aldrich i and that no section has received control the passage it is yet afflicted with

Thaw Acquitted. verdict was reversed on a technicality. financial bill after offering certain other than the fair and impartial consideration bed-wetting depend upon it the cause of

s An 'the second trial of Harry Thaw but the case was prosecuted to Its amendments. This opinion he gave to to which It was entitled. the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first
should be towards the treatment of ,
,orvtbe. murder of Stanford White drew present conclusion. It derived considerable the Democratic members of the finance New York's banks bold $2S, :337.SG: out step these This I

';to a close at New York last week Interest prominence from being one of committee Just before the report was of a total of $lir 00.000 of public de trouble important is due to organs.a diseased condition unpleasant of the

-- In the result became Inteuse. the most important rebate cases ever adopted, the Interview being held In posits. The total of deposits Dec. 7 kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as

.The foreign experts bad told of Thaw's decided In this country and the first one of the senate corridors. amounted to $"').32452. divided most people'suppose. I J i

s insane periods. Littleton bad made the where sentence of Imprisonment wa Bryan's opinion of the supreme court among 1.421 banks. Women as well as men are made miserable i ;

closing plea wltb tears to his eyes as Imposed. decision against the labor unions involving with kidney and bladder trouble. ': I
be told.pthe story ,of the defendant's and both need the same great remedy.
Glass Worker Union Dissolved.A the right of an employer to
ute. bad closed for the state The mild and the immediate effect of ;
Jerome dismiss a man for joining a union also I SCIENTIFIC''
is realized. It is sold
with' some apology fur his harshness to decree has been entered by Judge Swamp-Root soon
commented He
;.4 the giri wife and admitting that White George L. Phillips in the common pleas was widely on. argued by> druggists, in fifty-
hat since Is the creature -
that court at Cleveland 0., dissolving the a corporation Effect of Drugs In Food. cent and one dollar
4. 4 deserved bus fate but holding .
tL of the law hence It was law-
sizes. You a
may j
Association of Window Glass Workers
and Jud ,' The results of exhaustive experiments ,
Thaw tams responsible. :;
fol for the congress to restrict the corporation sample bottle by mail
+;; k .Dowllog had Instructed the Jury to the which was composed of the various engaging In Interstate com- conducted by the bureau of free also pamphlet tellB.of.......JI oL

satisfaction of lx>tb sides The jury workers employed in the glass merce. If a man may be discharged chemistry of the department of agriculture ing all about it. including many of the
after being'out for twe.ity-fonr hours trade. The complete amalgamation of he to determine the poisonous effect thousands of testimonial letters received
for membership in a union says.
returned verdict of acquittal on the all the workers Into one associationwas of such drugs as borax benzoic acid. from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
then by the same logic "he can be discharged -
I consummated about six months benzoate of soda. & Co. Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and
grounds:of Insanity. Justice Dowling if he belongs to a political Jr'>- .
committed the Matteawan ago. A4c"--- .. sulphate of copper mention this paper.
Thaw to, party objectionable to the employer or
asylum for the criminal Insane for an Capitol Grafters In Court. to a church against which the employer ', i\j sulphur dioxide formaldehyde Don't make any mistake but remember

Indefinite period on the ground that his The five officials!! Indicted for com Is prejudiced. :;-t :. ,.1 and salicylic the name, Swamp-rout. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-

> = release would be dangerous to the puii; pliclty in defrauding the state in connection 1 .i j"$S acid when hook and the address, Binghampton N. Y,
Aryan's Leadership Unchallenged. t ( 'i. f! :i:r used as preservatives on every bottle.
lie safety. with the construction of the 'k <: "
Through a great mass of rumors and :";;,1 in foodstuffs : -
of h.l, : 1
new capitol Pennsylvania were ,. .
Labor Unions' Severe Blow. ; .Y .<:
_ brought Into court for trial last week. contradictory statements In various ,'\ ./,Ii,,=, ,;'1 have been outlined bark on full time after working; for
What Is generally considered a se Attorneys for Joseph M. Huston the papers about the effort being made by : '!; .\ :i" ; before the house several month ou a four and one-half

fereblow to organized labor has been architect demanded that be tx tried conservative Democrats to induce W. \'''fil'9'f'Lr' 9; I committee on agriculture hour asis. Tht"\lIIt'rlc"ll 0 Car and

'3 i administered by the United States supreme apart from the o her four men. This lIam J. Bryan to withdraw fiw **_ : j by Dr. II. Foundry company of Detroit reopened,

t court In a decision declaring; that i was granted and was taken ns an In- presidential race and perhaps to become ,;. W *"!**, chief f ;giving employment to 3.tiOo men. Tbe
r R any railroad or other common carrier' dication that Huston would testify for tLe Warwick of his party by .A the bun-no. The: Cadillac Motor Car company of the

a engaged In handling interstate com the: state. The Indictments arose from naming one on whom all could reunitethe Dr. 1L W. Wiley. main conclusion Is same place resumed with a fail: forve

;' merce may discharge an employee and the: fact that when the capitol buildingat ; fact stands! out that either no suet that the expulsion of these and kindred of 2.000 aDd several furnaces und otb-

? Assign no reason beyond the fact that Harrisburg had been erected at an request was made or that if made it drugs from the body shortens the term er industrial plant in the t'ottsville

be belongs to a labor organlzatlon- expense: of $3.01.968.52; the board of vas not heeded by the masterful Ne- of the average man's life in the United *nd PIttsburg districts! are report asresuming .
The decision In the case of William braskan. Some from Washington full
; was. public grounds and buildings permitted reports States and that kidney disease. s oprevalent operations:! on or t
: Adalr. master mechanic of the told how Bryan at a dinner 'Is time.
Americans. largely
: the architect and other officials to I among
Xxralsvllle and Nashville railroad who g1"en'to Democratic senators by Xew-
esf>end $7.000.000 In furnishing the the result of constant Introduction into
was fined $100 In a district court In building. ands of Nevada had silenced all opposition -i I the system of such substances. Dr. A FACT

-i' "4, Kentucky for discharging one William and had announced that he was Wiley told the committee be had discovered -

Coppage, an engineer, because be belonged to be made the heir to the Roosevelt j{ that salt solution was a per ABOUT THE "BLUES"What

to a labor union. The action I POLITICALRadical t policies. which were well known to feet substitute for sulphur In the whitening -
act of have been bia. It also I Is known the "Blues"
was,brought under the Erdman originally was and drying of fruit, and be ex- as
'1 1898,' and the case was appealed until Roosevelt Message. said that Bryan already had the plat. hibited samples of apples so dried to is seldom occasioned by actual exist-

It reached the supreme In what is conceded by friends and form prepared for the Denver convention prove his statement in; external conditions, but in the

court. Two foes to be the boldest and most radica to adopt Both of these reports ;rat majority of cases by a disordered
1 justices. Holmes and later were denied. as well as the report
message ever sent to congress by a LIVER. -
McKenna.dissented. chief executive President Roosevelt that Bryan bad urged the Democratsin I[ INDUSTRIALGompers I

'# In giving the decision advocates the re-enactment of the employers congress to uphold the measures advocated THIS IS A FACT

c. Justice Harlan liability law on Interstate linesof by the president The outcomeof Defies Injunction. which may be demonstrated

1 F r pays that the tenth that I the whole Washington visit was the by trying a course of
application: urges workingmen -With all due respect says President -
section of the Erd- increased conviction that and
shall not be debarred from
1 joining Gompers of tbe American Federation '
; man act Is unconstitutional unions he alone was in command of the party '
or using the strike to enforce of Labor in the February Federa
: "' in that It is organization at this time.
t Justice Harlan their demands. saying that the tionist *"it is impossible for us to see utt'sPilisThey
Invasion of the
an power of injunction must be restricted: I I how we can comply with all the termsof
;, personal liberty as well as the right of recommends that "
government employees EXECUTIVESubmarines this injunction. He refers to tbe
J property guaranteed by tbe fifth amend- Injured In the service should I I Dec. IS order of Justice Gould of the
ment of the constitution. He further LIVER.
be compensated that the
; proposes District of Columbia supreme court en-
i.' nays that "It Is not within the func federal government assume "a measure to the Pacific. joining the federation and Its officials They bring hope and bouyancy to the

Lions of government-at least In the of control over the physical direction The navy department has announced from making any reference to the case mind. They bring health and elasticity

j ti absence of contract between the par of railways in the bundling of Inter- the first step In an experiment designedto brought by the Buck's Stove and Range to the body.
ties-to compel any person In tbe course demonstrate the utility of submarines .
state traffic Insisting that the Idea company's relations with organized la"I SUBSflTUTE.
I' Gt his business and against his will to In naval) warfare TAKE NO
that railways are public highways by transportingto >or. Mr. Gompers goes on to say that
accept or retain tbe personal services must be recognized; says measures the Pacific two of the smaller typeof he would not be performing his dutyto

? of another or to compel any person should be taken to prevent the grosser submarines on colliers so as to join labor and to the public without discussing -

against his will to perform personal forms of gambling In securities and the fleet there. If that is successful this Injunction and to do all In HANDY MOTH PAPERA

K v services for another. Tbe right of a commodities including all sorts of the larger submarines will be bandied his power to point out the Invasion ot

I s person, to sell his labor upon such stock speculation on margin, and to In the'same way. The Shark and the tbe people's liberties which has taken moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed.
ht under in the fulds of fur and clothing
i -terms as he deems proper is In Its essence have been selected for the carpets or
this end suggests that the use of the place. Including the right of free it drives away moths and worry Twelve
4 tbe same as the right of the malls and telegraphs be forbidden for test. They will be lifted by floating peecn. Using: the editorial "we." he sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents.

, ;r ? purchaser of labor to prescribe the such purposes: denounces the criminal cranes at the New York navy yard to says it is their duty to discuss it and Six packets 50 cents druzgiat doesn't have it.

conditions npon which he will accept trusts for recent attacks leveled at the positions on the decks of the big col. to protest against its issuance and en Madigan ."owderVorkll.,Selection 846

such labor from the person offering to administration charging that certain liers and there will be made fast forcement. and yet the editor does not Clarke.dllelow.

s" f 4 sell It. So the right of the employeeto noted speaker and newspapers that Taft's Philippine Report. consider himself to be violating any

s quit the service of the employer fort have criticised It are In the employ or That the duty on sugar and tobaccobe law of state or nation In so doing. At TIME IS MONEY

whatever reason Is tbe same as the the Standard Oil company but deny removed is again recommended in some length he then proceeds to discuss .

right of the employer for whatever Ins that the administration is engagedIn the report of Secretary of War Taft on tbe question at issue, holding that

:s :. reason to dispense with the services oucb an assault on property but only the Philippine Islands. This course he the Injunction was never intended to J .

tl d l -* empJoyee.! It Is tbonght that the upon the corrupt men of weal'h. and says; is necessary In order to have apply to otber than property right
decision will have considerable bear absolves! his administration! fromH
these industries attain their former Coal Men to Cut Wages.
: hug on the attitude of the politician l for the financial crtH
i prosperous condition and he believes At a meeting of the leading soft coal I .
In anticipation of the presidential cam n<:i'rting that It was brought on by a I that the removal of the duty would operators: of the Pittsburg district held I

r ; palgn.i few di"lion5t rich men. not Injure any American interest nor !
on Jan 29 it was decided that the
i "To Fight Herriman Merger.Attornf"Y Hughes Takes the Field. affect the prices of sugar and tolla("(.., miners must accept a reduction of 10

General Bonaparte has corns On the evening of the day that thfpresident's in this country. He ateo urges -oh- cents a ton. A committee of the operators fr
under the :Sherman antitrust to remove tbprt>5(>nt restrictions .
I znenccd action radical menace went to gress left for convention of min.

: law to dissolve the merger of tb cunsrress Governor IIchof New on the acquisition of mining ers lacing held ia Indianapolis to propose

I Harriman interests In the Southern Pat : York addressing; the Republican club: claim to authorize the Insular government this reduction. In case of its rejection -

ciflc and the Union Pacific railroad of New York city virtually! made his to conduct an agricultural. it is expected that every mine in
3- --e "This is in of an Inn stiptioL bank and that our coastwise laws he-
pursuance .
: how as a candidate for the presidencylie tIlt Pittbburg district which produce

e j: ; ;f aud report made by Special Attorney came out squarely for punishment; made Inapplicable ft trade between : o.00000> tons of coal annually will

F 1 .. Frank B. Kellogg on behalf of the laterstate of rich offenders by Imprisonment de- United: States and Philippine ports. be closed Immediately. The price now

ti y I commerce commission.; l1r I tented the rights of property. :advocat The president concurs in the Taft recommendations paid the miners Is 00 cents per ton This is juntas true in regard to Sewing

: Kellogg: with Mr. Severance of :St and gives especial the nl..nest price ever paid'I operators Machines as anything elbe.

z .J. Paul. Minn., wit! have charge of tbfprosecution I revision: praise to Governor Smith and his associates declare that the decreased demand By using Long Shuttle Machines, no matter

: of the suit, whicn wil l! employers liability and federal regu- for their conduct of affairs In and tbe lowering of the price or how well made you are actually throning

t h 1 probably be begun In Utah. iattan of railroads and indorsed the the Philippines. coal necessitate the cut in nagcs. away hours out of every teven.

p.nosl'YPt! administration. He Cortelyou's Panic Report. TilE STANDARD
t. Roads Punished For Evasion. opposed Miners Loyal to Mitchell. EOTU'Y SHUTTLE
government ownership and socialismas The secretary of the treasury: transmitted SEWING :MACHINE
Six railway companies the Elgin. J() Tbe Indianapolis convention of the
*.. being: -un-American. to the senate detailed data concerning Will make 350 stitches in the same time
k Grand Trunk West Lone
# 3Ict and Eastern. United Mine Workers has continuedIts
Enemies: of the president charge his om ial acts In connectionwith Shuttle Machines make only 200.
.t *rn. Belt Railway company. Atchison sessions under the complete sway The Standald Rotary
I Principal is
moot sci
!him with timing his so as to the recent financial stringentyani
s. '_,r Topeka and Santa Fe. Chicago and message of the retiring president John Mitohel entiflcallycorrect, which fact has been proven
I dwarf the boom. at the same time out an exhaustive :
I Hughes gave l 25 of
> successful UM-in
y years all
L *Northwestern and the Michigan'Cen One important test of his strength parts of the
defense of his administration world and by our competitors
f have been found guilty In th Hughes Receives Indorsement.As when of the reinstatement
Ira l. | came the question trying: to copy it without
In form. This
printed pamphlet printed success. THF
f United States district court at Chlcap-{i was expected after tho publication of Patrick Dolan. former STANDARD 'RAND ROTARY TilE
report was a complete review of th.nation's .
of violating the safety appliance law'I of the Taft letter surrendering all leader of the western IVnnvrlvanlminer XVORLD-S BEST SEWING MACHINE is two
finances during the closin machines in on-1> k and
In two of the cases punishment wa cinln! on New York's delegation In the *, was: brought:; ip Tb" whop! Ball Mltfh-
Bearing Stand-
month of 100i"ing a Hat of the depositors Straight Automatic Lift.
motion for a new Republican national conventionthe matter laid the table! but
suspended pending and the amount of was upon Do not fail to investigate! the merits of the
; trial In the other cases fines varying New York county commIttee. upon the mone. the contest between Dolan and Wi tautest, Mne t Silent Easiest Running and the
therein at various dates li
placed ; a : most durable wine )
imposed. motioa of Chairman Parsons has now son for tbe Pennsylvania seat was stili
from $100 to $300 were
: of other banks with the amounts o T.-\SD.\RnROTARY. "A demotion
j indorsed Governor Hughes; unanimously to be reviewed. is
Fined. deposit and the securities! a revelation. Write for prices and
1- Rebaters Heavily The national Easy Payment -
for*the presidential nomination. Plan. Guarai.
In the United States district court al resolutions as adopted call for an instructed held therefor; lists of banks and Individuals Mills Resuming Work.I f 12.00 up. teed Sewing Machine

; f Kansas City Mo., George L. Thomas delegation to vote for the governor who received Panama canal I Signs of returning prosperity are The Standard Sewing Machine Co..

r l> a freight broker of New York city until he" Is either nominated or bonds and of those who received 3 percent given by the resumption of work M S. Broad St., Atlanta. Ga.

and L. B. Taggart. his clerk pleaded certificates of Indebtedness. He In various industrial estabH hmen'r The Standard
:. I directs the withdrawal of his name. Sewing Machineis
1 the charge of conspiring tt estimates that app'roxlmately: $ GOOO.- : throughout the country. During tie
guilty to At the same time It gives the Rooe- sold
: pay rebates to railroads and were fined velt administration a strong Indorse 000. or one-tenth of the money In circulation past week the Ih>rrv::hoT v. rk!" by the Indian River

.! M 57.000 and ROOO respectively, the Jal meat disappeared between_ the_sus- Bristol R. I, put nearly 200 employ Music House, Titusville3"


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