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The Florida star

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Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
February 21, 1908
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

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

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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).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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

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E FLORIDA STAR*



OL. ivI TITU8VILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1908 NO.44


Not fos Oqtselfes loqe, Sqt fo tse qgood of Otiers sAso.


ISOF Ou TEST NEWS Speia Sale at Kine's LOCAL GSSIP

MPlSENT WEEK Fo th p AND INCIDENTS -- AND PERSONALS
been receiving daily large shipments MoNA, F. 24, 19.
Ii datng to Iosts and yno i l P gp t Ppi e have ready more than a thou- Sonhinag o te Pe l t
4 111aj MEY fU1111 h EM Urnihings, Cnme hee borysd 11411 th Iu bot PlpkflW sand yards of Manchester cambric A t rple of Titvai"Iyour orders for your new suit and Tral Hie 1al Thit and Mareelle perale in a dozen dif- 11 leI Tity COdB e1d Go Bue-" bge fur "i forent patterns for dresses wasto or
0 ae ablge plntsy lfor a Beat Fresh WEca' Gm JcE.mns shirts 36 inches wide, IS cents 10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for
AL J. WAL u fine l s s Tiusille Pharmacy. and 19 cents per yard. sale. J. R. WuLarL .
ad biycls faor cheap C., Baltimore and New York, and Don't look at your face so often, buti High grade trunks and dress suit Mr. John D. Vann and son, Mr. John
t lian River M ic Homme. other great style leaders. Every look at your shoes and se if they need ses at half price. Vann, of Shiloh, were in town Monday
C ielest variety Cainas, C;arals thing new and upto-date. repairing. Bad weather is coming Call Ladies' beautiful silk elastic belts, an id their respects at THE STAR ofad igMterial. TitsvillePh'cy. We arry the bestgods that mon- on D. Pacignana shoemakerandrepairP n and embossed effects, mounted fce
ma SstTive yey cnbu Each and every itm h gilt oxidized and gun metal
eNovelty Store keeps books, st- gurnteedandsoldatthemoste r. buckles 75 cents each. We call attention this week to the
dlemry novelties, post cards, jewelry, sonable prices. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Otis, of Boston. Ladies' extension belts, the newest announcement of Mr. A. J. Carter, of a mn d aml toys 5-ent and 10-cent One order makes a lasting custo- after spending a week here with Mr. novelty in the market in black and Turnbull. for nomination before the enrs. L M. Dodson. mer. and Mrs. L. A. Brady, left yesterday brown leather, gilt bckles 75 cents coming primary for member of the
Mrs. EL Brady sad little daughter WINSTON S, BRANNING for Palm Beach and uismi. They ex- eah. school board from district No. 1.
Luie also MKi Daisy Brady left Mo The Cloth ~g tor pet tostop here again on their return Ladies' wash ben lts with pearl. h eForty dollars :ill y a large second The Clo a~r rthin ore next kles. 5 cents and 75 cents eah. Forty dolitis will buy a large second day afternoon for Fort Pierce, where F da week. We are receiving daily large ship-. hand Rider-Ericson hotair engine. Will tby will visit with relatives fora week Mrs. Wm.. ESalt, of Cincinnati, after merns of summer dry goods, cloth- burn an-y fuel or rubbish such as can be ors. spending about two weeks in Titusville ing, shoes, ladies' andgent'sfurnish- picked up in orange groves. Just the
Mrs. L Wetmore we to Mel- TOWN LOTS AT AUCTION with her friend, Mrs. C. B. Kingman, ings, which our Mr. Kline has just thing for irrigation. Apply or address
SWed d for a few days' i- Andrew Tract at New Smyrna left the first of this week for Palm purchased in New York. STAR office.
he mmda y for a few days aie- drews Trct at New Smyrn o Beach. Shewasverymuchpleam with Hek towel, 8 inches long with Wahd
It with Rev. mid Mrs MilledgeWalker. Huk towels 38 ine long with Walden Magician ehiited hi
to p with the Sell NextThursday Titsville and we hope to see her do red striped order nts each. the i to
h will probbly ree with them ns Ladies' shoes and oxfords, latest mysterious acts of legerdemain to a
or Sunday. Today the city on the et coast of here next seon spring and summer styles, in patent slim attendance at the Titusville Opera
M. C. B. Kigaas puhaedve is New Smyrna, in Volusia county. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES leather, gun metal, vici: black, tan House Wednesday night. Moot of his
M.5and white, prices from $1 to $M, feats are truly woerful and min
es of spl did hanmmnock land in the This city combines the various ele- Shetlan loes, Geato. Saxony Krippendorff & Dittmann $ake. ty full of mystery.
TaulU bmmoek adjinint g the oran ments which go to build citiesin Flor- Gas mantle and chimneys, lamps Weill acrifie all winter goods The work of marlin the coun r
graym of W. Rhode and wi plant ida. She has the best farming lands Art squares, carpets, p. in to make room for summer stock. of tlig the cot al
out an oange grove on e same. adjacent to her limits, has the best New line back comb, in plain which will be the mostcomoleteever in district No. 5 i being pushed on as
Mr. M. T. Jones, of Mims, was inTi- hunting and fishing of any part of Transparent post card envelopes rapidly possible. As sn s then
rrile Monday and paid THE STA of- the state, the very best climate and "If you can't find it, trypromptly filled on any evenness of the nely laid marl an b is in a county where C s A. G N Phone ail orders promptly filled on any enes of the ely ad m c on pkmt call Mr. ones has ty where progressive A. GA 'Phone 34 of the abov goods. overcome the road will be a great im methods in the building of hard sur- JUIUS KLNE, Titusville. provement. At present the dnrivg i etly had a rather severe attackof the faced roads is telling in the general "A Box of Monkeys." tu pret A rough. the
Sbut improving. Theattk was ent. There is The entertainment t thbe opera house The Ford Runabout A telegram was received here Tu
brought as byexposare intherainwhile reason why New Smyrna should not last night, given by local talent, was
aothunting a few weeks ago. double her o lation in the next well attended and everyone was well Mr. L. C. Oliver, of Jacksonville. day announcing the death of Mrs D
Newsdwasreml h estweekof twoyears an se has at this time a
the iage of Me A. V. Balt week of two years a shou has t this a pleased with it. Our pace this morn- state agent for the Ford automobile, St. Clair Nisbet, of Indianola. The
population in the suioner months of ing will not permit us to particularize, arrived Sunday afternoon from ack- deepest sympathy of driensi is etntdAthnta to Mies Genevieve Han o about 1,500. but the musical part of theprogramme, sonville in a Ford four-cylinder run- dethe husband and riative of the oi a During the past two years she has rende-ed by Mr. Arthur W. Smith and about, having made the trip in about deceased hour of afli n this their sad e, This monat r. Bhidm hasmany addedlargly to her building and his sister on the piano, and Mrs. Den- ten hours running time from Jack- Rev. John W. Walker, who a ith friends i thissection, havingtavelelsome of the new structures art ham's solo, wa fine. pping at Daytona to his father in the chur h work her two
thet coast for several yeas, and amongthebesttobefound along the Mrs. C. J. Denham. Miss Elsic Ive days. The run from Daytona to Ti- s a i te to arrive in
they all join in very bet wishes for him east entire coast. Her businessmen Miss Sophie Smith. Messrs. Bert lees usle yearago, i expected to arrive ia ad his bride. are progressive and are accepting the and Arthur W. Smith playedtheirparts tusvile wa made in three hours and fw days from Connecticut to spend dvan which are apparent on evadvantageowihare apparent on well in A o of Monkeys," a half over the very rough and grown some time with his father and mother. Church Note ery hand to force the growth of e little comedy drama. The farce "A up road from Oak Hill to Mims. Rev. and Mrs. Milledge Walker, at
M ch r, er itta, there will be The result of their enterprise and Iot Massage," made lots of fun.- The which is pronounced adisgraceto the Melbourne. He has been compelled to
eveni prayer d ermon onSunday progress is felt today i the general entertainment closely with a dance, north end of Brevard and the ex- give up his work for a time on account seat t3 p. m. At am cordially i- tred for advancement along every --- treme south end of Volusia. of serious eye trouble. An older broth ial, line. New Smyrna is attracting Early Boyd Killed by Engine Mr. Oliver spent Monday in Titus- er, who has been in China for somt
Rev. Wn. Stone will preach a Sun- more northernvisitorsthis year than Early Boyd. a son of James Boyd, ville and showed the Ford to many of years, is also on his way to join the
doy, Feb. End, at Tituville at 11 a. a. ever before and is also enlarging the family at Melhourne.
Fe a il at Titak il a t p. scope of these industries which bring of Sanford, formerly of Mims, was his friends, all of whom were elated famil at Melbourne.
Dna j t, will ofiate in St.o hera good and substantial trade killed by a freight engine at Oak with the performances of this wn- Death of Richard Rocker
Gabrials church, Tituarille, on Sunday in the summer. There are some of Hill Tuesday. He made attempt at derful little car. No doubt there Richard Rocker. one of the oldest Sat 7 p.m., andl on s day the best orange groves in the state stepping on the cow catcher after will beseveralofthesecars purchased rr-identsof Mims, died at the home
t.at 7.0 p. and os the same day around New Smyrna and the best attending a switch when the train here within a short time. if his brother in Savannah oin lMon
i st.Narka ehueh, Cosoa, at 11 a.m. truck lands are to be had there. The wai in motion, lost his footing and
Preaching in the Presbyterian church fishing industry and the oyster trad slipped. fallingunderthe locomotive Mr. Oliver has had his runahuts day fore the 17th inst.
Sunday at 7 p. m., Sunday school at 3 are factors in making up the business which passed over his legs, severing built to track 64 inches to fit th or- of Hanover. German, in le i. cin'v in the aftenoo and prayermeeting at life of New Smyrna. the right limb near the hp joint and dinary countrysand roads. Thesannd sequently was 44 years of age. Ht STuesday afternoon. Thehotelaccommodationsaregood the left leg just below the knee. roads of thissection leading off from emigrated to the United Statle in and there is everything to promise a He was carried at once to the rail- the marl roads were traveled with 1511 and became a resident of Mlim A Ghost Party rapid growth. Recently the Andrews way hospital at St. Augustine, but August 9th, 1~5. and t,,,k out hi,
Miss Helen Miller entertained her tract in the very center of the busi- died on the operating table. e,,mfort anti gpol Ir hs a l rt on I ass h.
neos and resident section of the city The b ly was brought here yes- chin. ihich so'- re-. e ela ,, He is aur-ve, b fatr ad dsa'enut of the schl Tuesday has been acquired, after having been terday and buried in LaGrange ecm- sit our peopl. mother, a brother and tm, itrat it evaing with aghost party. held for years, and lots in that tract etery in charge of h. of R. T., Mr. Oliver returned t, Jackon- Gertnany t i td fr ~tli t, rr .th, r i
Each little guest cam garbed in are to besold atauction onThursday J. L. Boyd, brther of the deceassi.tt l uS anah athin, ltii
amucha manner a toe suggest the re- February 27. Wille Mnlav tniht :a F.f r.i ti.raitin.a
Aft an olercusine of ths btri rvin the. maiN hetee T l
aity and seriousness of this barbaric sold they will go to those whh are to ustine to Titusville. Deceaed e was th e riu it tls ilg Tu.-ia y ir-n- : TnlUisal als5aliits .. .
ad superstitious belief, build business house or homes. ab~tst 1) yar-if .ts. ,rh-h", --t i i
Among the features of the enter- ad Abusias f e or r s 9
tainment was the telling of ghost A intaid-ont I. Ieatfa tur ot, f
stories. To add to the w (irdns i f Ennis Gets Artesia Mail Contract Fine oday Offering ,f M

that furnished by the combustion of been awarde-l th\ erI' t !'.- i. Th
wmno alcohol. tihr th- mail, li-,i-trhl T' -..l
At the lotcu:;ionr of the stP,aeslmnr m .1..
ganaesere i hrulgnel iP fr a hllort anati A o- , "
time. Theli the affable hoslso, id I t
ed by several r her pupils ililasmn'itl ui t cu'nit c rrh.,
dainty refreshmentsl t.niineg f mil- a il; ey ami
lemonade, eake. uts ati ca, ts n
The eveing was ideal -i l sI ot for a
ent had a jolly timn. ih ;! ", ,
For Sale th:,t : .. "
Two fine lots, corner of talmh adt;al I tim, t. t .
de streets. Tit ville. Front P a Is lme y mIan...liPnltl I l'arl:ll ihIoIesx. I. ,I t. it
street ovr 15O feet. JoHN l RE File Placre its 'sale $1 .1100 r 51h5'"
- ms,, i st' hri I. gd
Photograph Gallery Points o Ilin to esir "i ar, T',i tkiu. u itl a
Go to Fant,. the photographer. os land. .l W saeAri .A t rat-o I -tta c iA ndik t a(1-1, 1 .r ,hl
Tla street, for attstic p h l r. F. N D t tv aith 1- .wk fist elua and promptly attended 'l'is sh als il ihl iii. ,0 sisi
to Cr patel, water colors and mill aol tank. Exsellet harn erv- camhrit. ealra- and fancy eheit, ltn Nlarh 1 us ,.h-- -. ,
Spaintings a wa penalty ant's house, etc. A autifol anl ideal '-r u n i n shit.- at this pric' iar- plan if making a l-.., .. ,rcf ,. .. N,
s mt a spal pot for a wintr home and ,ith lIolr ius ,\se [,i- ths. $LSeacIh. ft,-h sth ,:", management could be made to lay large Another iit atY centseaeh. _th i it sil to- i o'i ,:t The Alpine Hotel returns. Apply to W.B. Hent. kitz 7 Icents oand 1f.us .tri.,.r.a,.. a" a+' 1
Tituaville, PFla., F. A. Losley, moan- Point. Fla. l ol t- it t l.. 55. i. -,: l.Men's shoes and oxfolrls, smart E ,T 0,1U L T
et On the Eurolean plan--furn- I anti dressy, patent leather. vil gun
i~lrauaa nd qik lunch. Cen- Onge and GapefruitT ree s metal and Russia leather, inbla-kFor Sale I)ra' g
loe h nd. Grown at Shiloh, Fla.. on high ,and tan. Hanan and W. L. iuglahrs
hickory hammock. Free fromwhite I makelos. pries2u to p air irk-hiere ant! je- J,,-, i-., i lt1,-I ,tt, Na y Skoe forSale fly. One year to tw year old buds. JULIt S Ktii:, 00) ptr pair, if taker at 2 mnitih ,,it I'i a d \sits allan
i" r tl$ ock grown on highpine Pries from 2 5ho5cent. Careful- Titu-ille Fla. In owabun k olt: a!t -,m rh.,ir, !l .
na IddmRiveNurees ta.b- ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill fine ondsili ao.a. w"dr e
l"d IM Seaid for eatalos a.l ation. J. W. GRIFFIS, I A col drink at a csol plat- at e siess
T do md West Palm Beach, Fla. i Shiloh, Fla. MNANDY'S. alahai F;a LANY',






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THE FLORIDA STAR FEBRUARY 21, 1900

s n -GOLD I LOCW POSTS. I TIlS ACCOIDIG

h Tha had ae- how Late Ld'h Fimd Th TO THE DIRCTIONS
-r THE MAPES
hard om teya .arracma 0 pan- it at kI B a" 1-. H E M A P E S
mar"y The party was opt for chased fr m a t pley (O0. irm of lumn
alma the o beach and ev- her dealer a large lot of locust posts IS olll 1i1 ilte
tpr - that they would be roet w- hich had be en cut witin a short i- What will apper very interestingE R a wit the en its whir tranapied tacet of lie for shipiLet north 3 p l h i U FIE R S S" ow the bi.of coir The flet caload or t e puts wect t an3 tople hereis te article
e., umen the lms of refug. reTntU to ClevelandO 0..and m l- taken from a New York daily paper,
Sm driving a harpoon Ito a trnnkbhcL ookig timbers passed into the car. laled by a noted authority, who from the reports there made what good results mrs which rgehtn made thig says a Rlpley corespondent tof the CIn- that e has found a positive were had by the use of the Mapes Manoures this Dely Ina i egort to get away and chamti Eaquirer. The onsigment laimyer notthatwithstnding the terriblfounde drouh. It coni aso hours did not give up his strag- reached Cleveland promptly and was remedy to cure almost any case ofof vluadleinformation Apply to
lo padded in the yards t the Lahe City. backache or kidney or bladder de- Titusville
The trutkback is a rare speiel of Mr Browa Petor was there to re rangement, in the following simple E.L. Brady& Bro., agents at Titusville
tare d h t a In the deep a prmp t ide t pre tioniftakenbeforethestae Jos. Paxton, "Rockledge k
turtl " bi am in the duet two timsie renaL Ismemo the. 4e n bMfnee Coo age
et waters of the gat streass. A n a n ofl eights disease: J. M. Sanders, Cocoa son as the laroon was fastened in A itle f eourtr-year-old boy was In Fluidextract dandelion, one-half A. T. Patillo, Osteen
Se turtle, he began to swim for the the yard with a hand cart gathering ounce; compound kargon, one ounce; S. Bergmann, Merritt
reef and eontinued out Into the oeean, chips ad knd killing ree to take to compound syrup sarsaparilla, three
S hIeplag close to the bottom all of the the home of his widowed mother ounces Shake well in a bottle and or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville by. The hosting chap ws asked by
BU hundred feet at harpoon li n,. t,, i. the two wt. hone With meal and again at bedtime. hr.
wer drawn oat by the monster and to hh:l. The lnd was only too glad to a- A well-known druggist here at hoep the reptile trom getting away rp the oi er. The toy on reaching home, enaskedregardingthisp
Captain Thompaon was forced to bind his l ualid libck yard quarters borrow. W
two large hamanrs of the yacht I ;:.i,l ii'ie.de:l to splt the scription, stated that the ingredients
fFrom about twelve clock ul ve K:r .L I I fe s t. In. the first are all harmles. and can he obtained
"o'oo in the atrnoo theheavytur- pe lodl i he found a at asmall cost fromany good pre-OAST RAILW AY
tle continued bl truggle but at last ow metal. larger than ai- scriptin pharmacy, or the mixture LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRA 5. I the persiateney of Capt. Thompn u11h ias1 isahed, he took the yellow would be put up if asked to do so. No 29 No. 74 No. 9% woa and the huge creature was pilee ,I hi:; mother, asking what it Hefurtherstatedthatwhilethispre- Dally 99Daly Daly STATIOS. Daily D.iil Datl,
brought alongside and seesred. might le. ild lhe. althoughnof the scription is often prescribed in rhen- -. P m m m mir
'b triokback turtle is a real curl. opinion that it was muoey. directed maticafflictionswith splendid results m am Ar..... \A:aty even to the men who follow the hin to take the piece to a rnrtain he could see no reason why it would i1l pm .n war for a lvelhood one ca Cleelaid tanker she knew nid ac,- .v' CO .
water fo a lelhod. The c tan if it had any value The child not bea splendid remedy for kidney am I tred by Capt Thompon Is a v hastened to the banking house, and and urinary troubles and backache, :Im m large one and weighs about 1,00 when the man of money saw the rotn as it has a peculiar action upon the .. ma pm m ..
pounds. The people who were on the be asked where it came from, demand- kdney structure, cleansing these
yacht during the fight with the turtle ing of the youngster to tell him If am t dn pm t :m .were very proud of the capture so but them were any others like It where most important organs ant helping 1, *sr
few- siste vo a this one was found. The boy did nIII them to sift al filter from the blood _: _12 I 71, t : r,,.
y's sport as Intereatng a ct know The lnker then look him I1t, the foul acids and waste matter. rt.. .
nh.I attloie and Ithey) whirled aay whieh case sickness and suffering. axin
to where the wood pile lay. of our readers who suffer can ---PALAT iose enjoying the rare sport with sure enough. there It all was Intact Th rea who suffer TA
Capt Thompson were D. E Dangler, J. az. lou-ts and chips-and lihe thI make no mistake in giving it a trial EAST PALATKA Ave Leave 'ALArKA ) Ar e
H. Coggawell, Geo. T. Bishop, Mr. Mas- banker made several IIsr wharck Liit --P-ka TO PALATKA Platkn Paltka EAsT1 : L.L I A p
terton, Fred W. Stevens and Arnold C the old wood the result distclosd uial- Notice To Teachers .
Saunders. Jr., ail of Cleeland, O. more big yellow spheres exac-tly Ilke Office of Superintendent of Public In- I the one whi-h had teen brought t. struction of BrevardCounty. Titusville, sm... I. him for e.aiiiialion. They prued I-- Fla.. Feb. 7th, 190.
Mr. Flaglers Good Deed. be te ffty-dollar gold piers of the The allowing is a list of text books f ilU
The Miami News-Record says: mintage of 1S12 and were an fresh al to be usd as the basis of the June ex- I \
a arleatiio s 1908S sIMATLO nsANC For somine time it has been under lean a, hen they mtine testsi. L aRel's Word L n La- oTA A ANAAN CLHOe t mint. The tok oImmediately oid thr (2, aynard, Merrill& Co.. New TMat nn EAsTi aI- atood that the Ice plant in this city poor widow for the o their Merri TO SAN MATEO dpoor Saiou, toe the oins. their York: '- ise has become the property of H. M. rarity making te thus valuable. r. Beading-any standard author will 4 -11l .i.t I ,
a ler. the wall Snown eapltals: Brown has n letter rom his Clevelandl answer. i p:
whose interests Il this section ar agent verifylag the preceding. Compositon-Maxwell and Smith's i5 l
very large. The two locust posts were cut on the Writin in English (75c). American MAYPor
Thnetranser of the property has Pohl tarm. oes aind oe-hly l Boekc o.
ees made, and de fo the gl r Iipley. For mall years It ha Arithml rtic-Mlilne's Standard ( ,). '' I l ' ra s o ,
t tt American Book C. Atlanta.m for thele frm A Boo C., Atanta. s
berpee neighbor talk that ther wee English Grammar-Mdetalf'o ( i. 'a I I i s, c l' s'c'Ar p I..n-t I
t urpe of aisting the receiver of much treasure sreled on that plae Amerian Book Co. l 7 _r 1
the FL Dallas Nitional Bank in pay- The theory is that during the war of Florida History-Brevard and Bn- No. 3 l ,. I sisatoRYe an, tie n, di .
ing of the creditors of that nsitiutloa. 1812 some of the frlightensed atestots nect's (1). American Book Co. and
Mr. Flagler has taken over the prop hid away this S 0 in gold in a hole in Fairbanks', H.& W. B. Drew Co.. Jack- :-il iUm L..e scynt t li,,m :
aleo ll.om Cot i-l-.si r ler.r TI m rli - .
erty and will devote all the profits of a limb of a locust tree. that it w, sonville, Fain. i Ii t rse l IC
the ice factory, which have always grown oser in cut-rre ot years and i.- U. S. Historv-Fiehl's Grammar l i 1-il icr : oL- i .:,
e Se to hi ae w edded nod that the original owner School $), American Book Co. :mn r s at Sman, wit stsemep orsher ..c ( i, tu
been large, to the payment of the was unable or forgot to recover it. t G phv-Redway's Natural Ad- Na. a
claims ou tie creditorsogo the bank, at w.on_ nt11.251. Amerloan tc Co. e.cnrC iAlcofd e t AsnifihAe cs kCo i.e md.nid c.. mellr.Nct-c O -ct
sml Botdany coe the t onf wce e. uis gold lier Physiolgy-Coleman's Elements Of aThs Ti S TABLES show ihe timesot c.ich tro,.ue lc cpttr a....
the necessary sinking fund to relm a century. Civilgovernment-Yowumsl'iviltov- ona. n qurm..e.e e herefto. .
burse him for his expense. ernment of Floridaand the United Statc s -- ,,ri r the s..i ca e~;rt.i,.
When the magnitude of this arrange- Notice f it E. O. Painter t'Lo., DeLand. Fla. R iMINR -: st11I7 L lTl'' TF.'oo
Al ebrA -Mile's lihigshol(ll, Thr D IRAINER.Assisant (ieneral Pass. Art., St. AIUSINiF. LIUOii meat Is understood It sill satisfy ev I sill I at thetilaila.rthc Mausn C Atlanta.
cry depositor that eventually ever Ip us ssinf- i the Ina fr i1. at the Physical Ge.graphy Tarrs Nw-o $11)
dollar of the indebtedness of the de tim-naiedo l.h,w. I-.lUtaki it great The MacMillan Co. Atlanta.
funct bank will be paid fr if all w.ld mt s, at it disr Theory and Practice--- tr ail grades
net S h wilt e paid a ii., ,ti Ie t _-' l bill, alt -lasrim Mana enlct. il, Biatc1-,
The lee factory has paid a generous hyl tltl th iu ni er-r i l r- 1 'I r \ la 1 !t
proBt and will continue to do un l i O Do not suffer The~e rl, ,,k h nl If, be haDo not suff
der the sew arrangemet. and this too coiaota F,1, I kbook In is, fccs thu wi h severe profit will be turned over to the rece to hall tuay. ibllc- ii na, a ..r nieve cr until the last dollar is paid. That i st inta :' i, r a f pri' lOni Ii. I headache
say take sev-ral years. but the risul.oit r1. y a tr up rintIcn-nt of I'ubl, itrt, w en
is certain. when
...i.i..n ,....., ........ ... COMFOR'ING WORDS
METHODS OF CANNIBALS. a n.rt c: M a.
Missionary Ttils How Old Persons ..l.
wer Sotene.d For -.t Them So
The Ilieu l ;r F X I. hcl

afritie ta n re cI .. U
Aftri a.ii.l I 1. i W ill Cure You.
friend- ie : nd I c t rI- -li-. ht.. ." ..""would Ia allu t lo. sici 1,n ,t r Th liver i. the main-sprine ir t ro wh, b. T.

. ital i a-l I e \..... Skin Di seaseofTwenty Years Stand- r di t h... I...d he y Litl.. .r. ri sIV I R
QL ']t. lie uelo.,r l-fl f-cr i ri ciuli
sthe part that itomnIIiidii hilm i g Oured A POSITIVE CURE
Paris were victims of '.Ishit m I want l ont ,,knlow h I : i
Father I.l rnher a s he i ,,, .i.. .... ... FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
",in, isi-iaon ,eat.is.o "t i, ", FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA wkir aer fatli Ic ws ireir I' ral h-t c 1 iiit. AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
toured front ,ther tribes were umachl r ..irirl i i-in lha l.,in i l ti i ok-:: I:: i ,
from but to hut. aud r:arious rcitll- I r. ,y Tlus l Pharn r an I Has Done A W orld Of Good
of their bodies ware i l Ha Done A W orld Oi Good.
colors clay . Mrs. Ih. hieiD.r lhi, MJarble FalL, Txa, w r..i s I .ace sent to te purchasers after the cfi Itr r 4i 0fl--us iHierbi', srllrd-nd it tin d Ict livircerr-l. i v r i had [ce slaughrte Robbins t iFrl o.lrl I GllCro Ia li r 'i tr1e l ad I rd slsllnit t o a l fri il. tci mccli I :c
Old meO i IouleIore are c latltl a iii to aft y frin r .. tr
Old ies Jsd an e itri (orpated Simhl oo'l.. i lina L ayun r o."
the feast Jualr it. S WILL BUY IT.
cry. When the spply of girls run Paid Up pital.it ILL I
out. they take te old men and plate For Ale 1., s. n I ,
them In .le r it r their cks ad Thi sco mpanyo wnS landsin the t'h, Ballard Snow Lininent Co.
keei them there for two or three dais Indian nver country, on the St ati t'ortheani ike ..,.. ..th a n
all the time feeding them li lly so Lucie river, at New river and on -oo-50 2 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
as to at once fatten and soften them. Bscayne y This is orth eading
"I meed habimllyfom to.spon PRICES TO SUIT T TIS N -. icrdt 'r.. Sold and Recommende by
Disa aseglaselieved ndstoetla the Send for land list sUt ever had withBuc S ld and Recommended by I _"ilio thiu mr I pbd this o day fr o days Tit Pharm aoy a Sbe, at heyhaveee regu lar i ... reon erytr tofteres .i 11 vIIr1o 5Is0'-L. avi,* merlphr Spns C c. ilr lold under gau.mare al ilalrr
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emm as R. .e a a. W a A Cutting Serape. 'lg BMg is I .a pown ,e lm t the tarputnme Ia (Manatee Record.) Seleas han- n beyond t O ID A of the Empre Laber Ao T W Baraenot was the tene saturday ovesmlestat to ipture.B . U m action i not known but it Ia mlght at a serious chatting scrape. It has illuminated that statement ad
____ evalleuaedl that It amounted to the KltO -i IA l e TYe MIS Jim Hawkins and a min by the g i smenoing ever brodening with
-W 6 bhandome sum t 000. Ahout 17, name of Edwards had a dispute over W Inem i bd is -bad or kmnpr 1 000 acres I timberland went with the A m s ni t e domestic affairs, when Edwards in i. met ilone the body which aefr 4 e ras. Teila loe vitnd Hawkln. out to have a fair or arf through disease. The brainhis als ablpmenst from the pirt of Elarbee and are the largest and most Klwn amp.He and skull fight They went out Ia mad mod jament ae or the mth of aary modern in thin seinlon the part the rear of a store to rap it out. Haw na evildeedorImpu tp 11,841,640 feet. the total ltaldingam lammense holler ron tank isthe great meBkine drew hit knife at oce and began ll ot Fot impda bblod
ef nf ll mt including mavaI for spirits of torpeltle. With tthe ri. 1cat riumphofthe nae- cutting Edwards. The euts were n m ure the u
$11,17,194. tetet Mr. Elarbee already owns to renSc dise- across the stomach and are considered i
h ity tax colc of Key Wet gether with Meagrs. J. W. Alvare and of a eriou re. It i sd that ae g, mplres n th tion ; ShaR eed $7,13.60 E. B. Ca ova md hims new purchase he Dr. Klmer. the eml- it took seventy stitches to sew up the other entaeous affectlono, as ecema.
I the mth of January, less now ranks e one of the largest tur kidney and hid- wounads. letter. or salt-rheum, hives and other

agri. n w (Honl 1 e n m d t k idth ey o lu dder, It il m ued mC u b e en peted with the h1c 0 o 4 en 6lmmt for prompt payment. pea ear s i he im r of state. DT .,whl isth|eworm I lat favor f recveyt tng glans. oense of uler sr ole As n evidme of the groth of .In tde cCreot tehuo sls eilldgs, elI.
bo--. Bthd-oc County T f Of i .teaagt g s Job Hawkinagt w arrested d tor. m. the reoveryl de -edi-- l o
0.n lll~w l~lldm~ ,. tn1 The report of the commissioner of m meaedt hinhtfiyenhm vld d over to Sheriff Wyatt, who now has performed the met morveoes cras. in "i-n of the OruPoetig mue l ns tre tgi n. ul turegieE. e etn y gives er hMd. t e tt Willb fhoud him behind the bars- eaten of Old sres, or open eating alrs, m the inte.mmberoseen ed t medyyou Ithabeatemed It Is well to apply to the opens DI. year by over three hundred dollars. t en h si tnsiomyways inhospitalwork.nprivate In Judge Friedman's court last Wed- Pere's AllHealing Salve, which posThe total for the month jst Clo cattle in Florida On July 1, 1905 708. practice,amon thne ipleatoopew tow- nesadiay week. Clarence Robert of M or s wonderful heling potency whem Te tn.fo ie_ ln. [TS078. ad them Cattle were valued atcasre andlle d en e"d . 's r o d sO asn application to hesrea
m over $1,20.-Re ord. $4 78917 which Is a little over $7 a cat. that a clhe ristown was convicted of carrying con junction with the use of 'Golden ed
Wle'Mis Miller, who Blen in the hed. The ame report t ee mad by whicll readers of thisipaper sealed weapons, and was flned $100 Disov-ery'as a blood cleansing onml. ub houe o" New York . Du eand $42.40 cents. which he paid. The ratiseal treaten. If your druggim
S.he. of pure-bred and gr e cae sele b ao fee a a n n Wh dnt hfppe to he the Alal Amts gmamawaier te o sed on fellow.: Hereford., 338; Shore- teingm mo eaboutnp.Rootandhow to prital witness for the State as t" Pinper t.... yo I emlly Re..i lot On the-eook store, Tuesday, the horne, 366; Devon., 88; Aberdeen-An fideotiYooshaekidneyorhiadderrouble. Mrs. John Rooch, of Williston,, at y inelming fifty-tour cente In potae
tled, bu her painflly~.sm, 12; ma--king a total of 804, and entoned dthies whose house, during a party, the ge stamps to Dr. &V. Pierce,. 663 Main St.,


rt egetd0. d m n ft ar burineedstnstyco.1 akin aot of0.ekned l t nti dolaa eaokbymod daiss mtoofrt er atraulE ou a apnadt th ODa nerlouy. The water wm saleed nt $7,19 mveragtmg a little m e &lm play was Indulged in, which toosed Buffalo, N. Y., and it will rome to 700by vare f efu e-l .toro poet. Meet drogt beep I en
thl~row the exploion into her face, lOver $34 head. These ge--s do On~ Kill- o.Bg- l epenive fun to one of the four par,-I we Mll Me"oste d u ke t go hfo he am auan men ma t G olden Medical Discovery .thwhinnbeeiovr4abe. To e y. The tieipant. Thursday morning, upon B a t* Bedn her yb-DeLed News. rdd so seste o ifty cast nd motion of Attorneys Carter and E..A Yo an't affo d tosreptany m lll
t hr y a the airy breed are ot reckned I dola e ar d by A i .. wee te.Ley h To f Cin or oe t a m median
FalLrt 40 asIsprio f-re m. unell for the defense, the cases of unknowlt compiinu as a subtitte glin 0 s hipul~i ot -TueDDont| 't Brke mudetak ut ree, youg | fo -Golden Medical Discovery, which Is te e 1 in t of-e De Dn t morr nr TmeT against the other three tolg met od ery, bk dim u on C hsine bll paed In The property owners of St. Peters- tes. SowaP-'o, DBa.Kilmer'se_- p ....er .imssdLv Tm- o medidie o, noon courrrot,
Rm of at Wne ahing h hold a seil eti ls ... ot 36, whr rinpts... -vy tienet -omr having a complete list of Ingredients in t a week which bill carries day on the question of iing $8, y rat. plain English on its bottle-wrapper, the
hml wekwhhhilnrenatnay me the qeeton of itsuinag 800.00 ..m.. ..e- ebein aunol incorrect unlereath.
tal allowance of $315,2545 in payment bonds for the internal improvement of A dispatch from High Spring, dated MIllign. in Santa Rosa county. w t. Piea's Ple.nt Pelle .rglni of cnios for stores and supplies fard- the city. The issue failed to carry by last Friday, says: A shocking tragedy visited by a disastrous fire Sunday invgoratomahlvera owe od the army of the United States a large majority. Followng i the ccurred here this morning at the A morning when the post office, the old durig the civil war, claims of volun- vote as cast: For $25,000 school C. L. Passenger depot. James T. Ches- plantof the Miligan Herald and a ba- [ teer eaer for sertce pay, and beonds-Yes, 76; 0o, 179. For $16,00d) er, proprietor of the restaurant at the her shop were burned. The loa is anl a, i claim by churches, colleges, ang oth water front purchase bonds-Yes, 103. epot, was killed by his step-brother more than $3,000.RUDDR or ene ymry societlee. o00 163. For $9,000 waterfront Improve- W. H. Temple. The difficulty arose RUDDER
Mr. Heck, in charge of the Coast meant bonds-Yes, 106; no, 53.l For lver the fact that Mr. Temple was Neglected Colds Thraten Life HOW TO BOOKS a Geodetic Survey party, has been $5,000 sewer bondis-Yes, 81; no, 168. trraging to start a restaurant in op. -- Fm theht ioTrine] o rt,,tve i iniifro tIilTe io C d 'n tifir with.cold'.mdadrirfor gcuro-hed o It tlofofeysikO
working 0 the new proposed main For $4,000 street crossing bonds-Yees posito to Mr. Chester. It i ndr prert mn and women. It ay e ita ee y whip haael which we advocated by 124; no 135. For $12,000 waterworks tood that Mr. Chester drew a knife, inthe reeofahild. Propercmfboodorv- dr5ent i'. ,0s v s wte snnd Commodore Beebler. Thin channel bonds-Yes, 92; no, 153. For $9,000 n Mr. Temple is ltghtly cut. Both er mw I Oatrlo -tbey atnre o uts- iclli teroeamsso Coinoados Buhler .,tr.tTmpleIsdsightyimleeot ';= iNtey~ O Wi TmO nUtLD A PACIA roe nine in 1,000 feet wide and 30 feet deep and Central avenue bonds-Yes, 7S; no te were highly respected Citizens, ningdt: ghtheehe ahwettherofdu Co .....r .rs. lmadn from the en Suy at the en 173 lad the occurrence Is deeply deplored tumn wimterandsprin, thacrnemofescr- -Potl -i....:lie.-.r-i. ki.,a.
lpet from ordinary relde sill be sliht fsot new vO nutun a enlcejoom trae of the present main ship clian Sce the last sue of the Valley y everyorneed hordi mry r wil rem Ia t:O -I- R ee the lilt l~tll of the "lteY orinr lih colddw I--bl s .. i ..,. .... , w
mel in a direct line. about N. W. by W Gaette. we have been interviewing MIr. William St John. of New York, etrm a nfdie wt blwe nrncl d, O mooa i e to the b enosm in middle ground in N. some of or growers and find that the end Atlanta, and member of the Safe bee. nTh gRout testmenner eh b 1e at th e o.ng BL A c. .. a e .O W. Chael.-Key West Citen. acre which Will be plated to wa- ty Car Heating and Light Co., of New .Wmhereit Ist ahild er adult, t ol Ide. light .. BUIL R MO LANC am-est trewhetherattO n be ldWocoodelL, theOold eliobt tre early Frlday morning devtro- teramelons in this section is much larg York, was In West Palm Beach Mon- orn e re. the very ut tesment tt n h t
pte eChamneriut'sogh remedy It vinei. .w1 r .,-,,: .-5i, m-iumii
Sthe ulen portion of W th er than we had expected, and, shoull day, conferring with Mr. W. R. Moses, is afe ands mm. The Bret p osTli a Amg the imers were the city bak- the crop turn out well, will he the regarding a location for a Pintseh gas sie of ti m prtti as been amttaind by Now e nOi a eOiAno ery, Prevnatt and Swindell,. A. C. Ci. means of bringing quite a large sum manufacturing plant. This is the gas never euls in pnenm this when it is given ,ow -u .Ao LDAote vewl's store, A. & T. Millinery Compa- of money into the county. Some Oif useed by the railroads, and the require- For male by Titesville Pharmacyaidaldrug- owotu aO-nna vo ae ore, Whitehurat' pool oo those who will grow crops of melons merits of the F. E. C. Ry.. make it nee st.o a-e Pkmme funtr trNriu' OW T1[O BUILD A rLSTTIM 00 ISHN14m Pittmn's friture store, Norman's le as follows: Blackwell. Carson -ssary to have a supply depot at this An Old Man's Misfortune. r eo ne. 2.te bo, city restaurat and Kelly's whoe Co. and B. S. Avant, 60 acres; J. end of the route. The proposed plant (Palatha News.) now To Uetum a momo vacT sler. The big Pemee River hotel, In S. Stratton 35 acres; J. W. Miller, 20 will mean an investment here of $25, A friend of the News at Buffgaid 6 .a rm ..a. os of ertL, was damaged, the acres; L. H. Ingram, 10 acres; Whid 000 to $30,000 and will be a splendid BluA sends as a tale of mifortunes I bela about $1,500, but saved by den & Lesley, 5 acres; Bob Evans. 10 addition to the business Interests of that came upon an aged colored mPan 1T a a Hm w hard Rmem mre; Jos. Tinon, 12 acres; J. W the city. Mr. SL John left on the ftht mie pomed oret lo o .1 t -ca .e.soo -r of that place Burned Joe Wright, 1-ast e in -bol Gld -e~--ie'-f .
The largest crawfish even seen or Oliver, 5 are-Kissimmee Gazette. sight train for St Augustine to con- Saturday evening Jbo e_ Wi gfh-tlsl o w ,n epe. caught by any one In these parts is The valuation of real estate in this ter with the F. E. C. By., land depart The old man had been slegi and was THE RUDDE PtUnLISHING Co. bels vewed at A. I. Thayer's Curlo city, for the year of 1907, was $400,- ment about a location near there intending to go to the St. Augustine meI aru a tw v a.A Stam, where It is being mounted. It 214; that of personal property, $109.- tracks here.-Trqplcal Sun. Hospital for treatment, but before go- 5 .. fa Cattare 0/ a /r Is three feet, two inches in length. 470; making a total of $510,184.00. And Mr. J. 0. Wright. director of the ing he decided to burn the high grass ____-_. and is a great cuariosity, and the word this. it muet be remembered, is only Everglades survey, being carried on surrounding his house and baron. At- beautiful can be properly applied to it ne-third of the actual value of prop- here by the Agricultural department ter burning the grass, he put the fire as the bits of color on its back are erty In DeLand, the above figures hay at Washington, will leave Thursday in out or at least supposed that he had, of the most varied and beautiful tints. Ing been taken just for the purpose of his chartered yacht "Anemone" for the and went into the house for asupper. aIt was eCaught on a sand bar near Pase determining the amount of taxation, Indian river and Mosquito Lagoon on He was detailed in the house some a-Grille, where it was lying on its back There was considerable increase over a tour of investigation. On his return time by callers, and in the meantime taking a sn bath, hby a tourist whose 1906, which is another illustration of here he will he met by Mr. Lawrence the grass had caught again and had Sam we have not learned.-StL Pe- the growth of the town. Figures are Brett, Mr. F. M. Fugate and Mr. E. F. set the hebarn on fire before the old a terbag Ilndependent generally considered the most uninter Kern. the engineers now running the man's attention was attracted. It was '-- omtt Low 0d One orgthe boldest robberies that testing reading, but we hope to pre levels from Jupiter to Lake Okeecho too late; the barn was a roaring mass u.. eaetttberept has been perpetrated In this section sent to our readers such reading mat- bee, and the entire party wil proceed of flame. It was filled with hay and t-j rboadue st ard for some time occurred Monday on the ter as the above from time to time, so to Miami. and from there around Cape other combustibles, corn. cultivators "e A as a iaom ebm i: platform while boeardlg a tral. A they may see for themselves how De Sable to Fort Myers. From this point two wagons, plows, and a horse belong -, t a prr, gaentUema by the name of plowman. Land is steadily marching forward supplies will he taken on board for a ing to Mr. Middleton of Pomona,, nil iva te settr In
in eCompany with his wife were board- along the road of progress and pros. long cruise on the inland sea, Lake rf which were burned. ERRY& 00. Doeant. Mich.
Ing the South bound train when a perity.-DeLand Supplement. Okrehohee where a careful survey But that isut the worst. Under th 60 YEARS stronger ran his hand in this gentle- J A. Strickland of Bonifal. Holmes nill h li n of the entire chore and h in a tin a nI was $250 in bill, he ERIECE mans pocket and made away with be- coIntyv. a well-known planter, was shv e y .. it -Topical Sin. d 1 bank in which were toe
- -- 1ilia] change svons of three 1'e011 tween $300 and $400 and his transpoer- and perhaps mortally woundvtd Wt Medicine That a edine t his ,a louti Por old m to
tatonm end some valuable papers. The res a night as he was sa l h s well ni broken his hear
hro "t "[ hw .ffenntl o eem~t dat with airia he-y ha eil eigb brutes his bear thief made good his escape through wi iow rdivng. Ill irarir- l a ii i tol I i l
the alley in the Pico block and Is still ason, Wallace. has b-n ,- .. I an- butdythet nwl a.. t hmcwn, _- ,,. Tm MAonNnS
at targe-Sanford Chronicle. :dliti' d that he shot lls father. li Ekctrie iite: amline that's ,li,,ine tool o aen, D OeusGN
t Vadtrp manager t th, ilurther says that he fied the shot a w ni- i ima u -osih l r. lrrun lers -thi ill h.pc v
A'ugust Vnepool ., \ Th, r-ad- ,f tI a'wi A-, -m.:H ..-byea, ouroln, feh
IS ln o n -C o tter co m p an y s d a i es th in st a nc e d y .:-1 i1 : cv I o h i di l l 1 y ri o f Hs l- I lea rn atn th e e -i,, I,-l-r r. ,i ,I o f Ir ade' K, .- I
at the Palmetto Beach, is lying in a the h ha. roi ht. N A ri. toripr, t al it stage=,a i that c atarrb I r1,ti ne i IO e
serleous condition as the 'suit of ste would kill his fathr vsh oul :Ii h-, -I r .inumetrll er rh ac ., h nol .itr.i..........a..v r. n atch e
ere injuries received from a pet b ll . ..i hi i I b n1 ia. 4l t iflt hei ylp ou at t at A rnr a ,t Ju theivetotabxhhitonltot pk but. t, n o, nit te 1ntr t catarrh I, rl i which was deemed harmless Ths bf o.su ratfr e te Iv 11 r.t K COUCH t ine opeemn of the Jre breed r-liw i hir and with hi a th i bf a od ioiiivdtiin ti us i ren, d ohr o rofrE, THE :lteLrlrs been a nepe ab out the lae,. so -yesterklfreF J ,HENEY&.rnT, O
nd a one of the man faturp e f wailed outv ide in the darkness until i Jes oe the Tm fTable thrr e F v.Pt i th hl..tu *lijU &f K i ng '
the gok ohim te at Ihe faier to ok a r.at bh a window I The Ere air-,:, ui I, pei-t, .. in the ntr .r cl n MU NewYo
th e live bt ck exh b t on at tn "1: t ct ptieel. a mt j mtn . n s a d th ,r ti w u is a n e w. th f F R o s _,_., o ~ ~ ~ ~ ib han in Is Ia t" o"'lhtn anrastate fair. Mr, Vanderc bi -. ... the .oiiiovlide tor-Joorna, fr ti o s-I it ir Inisto lrk The pr1.1.r ur I- .""o
ine a paper. Thr. le tre 1 both bar hve, h il ill it, L. reic, i-,, tended als to exhibit arId he nt Aht pp eo p tm r nlee t t edf h passenger who bec ia Apeedllt OU
the ~ ~ ~ ~ preen mar The ball hablas . efore arriving at his destination, tr=m'iliIfar Itonr' ,.,r !i-lf,,r, ANl CURE THE LUNCh
the ptreent fair The hull has ee e a vhot esn iti of hel b h p n K New DicO vui
be pet a hut the place. so yesre "i K 1.tA,'r. F. J CHEE_._ ,1,__,. 9
d morning hen the animal sd ri A Stitch in Time a id at r,,i00 .ts. l
dly met en- m Tribunee1ll, thir, day Slb irl the a
iI ieo ro. h Mountains _WITH-- Dr. King's
deny leaped at Vanderpool the ar I t Snow F yilth". WIn. Sl w A eIItllua l senw tilntt :,rei.,.t hor the hitrd i~i k. mil: hor. .. it.i :, - ____ .on"d him totally unprepared to d- i gSciitit Aroe,rihlillitnliit l H,,ehounl hvyralwuysbr$ ii har arr ',Iitr ity- aveiosAr.
fend himse'f and the full threw him to oil paios Wright 05. t,,visa llii Jn- rve.y a ,,e114 oi cirhk- A cur- rIr i Daecibr 16 report that the Now Discovery eI l d tavI- Oslo :r.ohlhll. hsihisudw twoin.ese" p In that eotr rchc the ground and gored him time after i lne ioter coc tictSpringnd Ak... H "i pro"eoand that in w tendcd writes. Ir.at
in the back, Indicting injuriesI orm d it the b lir.i.i.....m he mat ard -,1h 1 FifO C S me,&san
t ia rmkt. I thbght mlthe ikI tab ettv if lavnilH' hosed Symp is oy ii-PS
w which m ay reSult in death O r. B s dew wi th i tmbn e, th it woolI I letiii ue he t a m l thank m y I t h t o rahwathe r T he sti acd qOart mad Dr. Grantham were called to the week before I cold getabut nap lore t. t k tity ol n-lest avoiiale export ii Ppv AT TNbOU i r s..m, ue. rit eri, It~n ha -b. seen illy Of ,fi-t[Dll~l~l
injred moo ad worked on him tear- dih, Iwno thcuin 40 h 1 ddwrl he. 11-t "I-hki -ld by titoviil, Pbhr- placed at 3,500,000 1.1111 snd of incod OOflANT1ZD ghrISP.C
ly the entire day-Tampa Tribune. three day& Sold by Tit lilie Pharoary. tay. at t50,000 too,


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THE FLORIDA STAR FEBRUARY 24, 1908

FLORmA STAR UU oaZL PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAY lstssell s ssime a




M.IP" PR-IDATMORI r uoed Sunday to spe t wo weeks S with ersistr. H. BeW.H.H.GleaSuiltemwilt of John Mitchell the
Wrks of Aerie ea Mr. Taylor and faml and Mr. and
to oip litib. o IN RELIEVINGMrs. ALL CATARRspentAL DISEASTuday at MelSfsh Dmocratic nomination K. M. I, bartl of St. LeftSundayS- - . wh her iter MrsW. Glea',*am the preddenrof the Mr. C. G. pedstone and family, ::
wh opWorkersfmerietllm Mr. Taylor and family and I. and
%" " tiatoioit i.There Mrs. Pin~greyspetTuesday at Me]a moment afootto have him bourneBeach.
SAwd for the Dmo nominion The K. M. 1, ball team left Sunday Asr governor of the state. Mr. forOrmondwhereamatehgamewas
S ~ tbe is a bigand strogman, and played between the teams ending in
his candidacy would attract wide at- favor of Ormond.
mention. Quite a large growd went down to Melbourne Tuesday evening to"Ten
The Maryland legislature is going Nights in a Bar-Room,"going in Mr.
to appropriate $10,000 for the prose- Taylor's large wagon.
eution ofthewar againstmosquitoes. TheFour-Five Hundred clubwas The state has already spent consider- entertained at the Hotel Inn last able sums in fighting the pests. Thursday evening by Mrs. G. F.
,Henceforth the war is to be carried Paddison and Mrs. Couch.
systematically, undrthedirection Miss Rateliff and Mrs. Chenault r thethealthdepartment. Whenthe arrived Monday for the balance of
mosquitoes have been wiped out itis the season. Miss Rateliff has a
believed that the fevers will disap- brother in the K. M. I. here.
pear. ThedancegivenatPaddison'shall S'reas OFr T.HE o o E MONT St. Valentine's evening by the W. O. lPITAL AOVER IE O FI --NA VALUABLE N EATING AL ATA I i. New York merchants were of the W. waswell attended. Delicious re- PITAIA0E THE 001THIlT FID PE-BU-NA VALABLE IN TREATING ALL ATI llI
opinion upto within a few days ago freshments were served at a late T" 'Iof t ereratory sorans Montrsal. Nov. 7, I. ex .p. en aTA a-f Wrera found -.too W.1on.relt oe7,e.' n that the spring trade would be small. hour. iiaran tnn Wytmd.na re etin sel -i to brds of the year.
Now they are telling a differentsto- A "Conversation" club has been .i.iis no, dob.tcased by Weas ayItlsagoodtolnk-ad i-e ..to : '
ry. It is estimated that there are as organized and the first meeting was :s'. r intr peiescdinc a e no the Good .Shepherd.
manyas10,000buyertfromthesouth held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. ar'of ti o"" tinent. When catarrhonefatenate'ttupon i r r tI.
and west in that city that are not Chester Pingrey. Topic: Panama r wa the system it I-aces an obstiuat, dlr h ,-':n:.i:n l-o pl to be arelisble to radie .Ar talking at all about hard times. They Canal. r Ir Ith tI;nrhal diseases, A sysitmie rmvl-unth t:rr :h in-:: :. :
are spending money freely and it is Last Sunday afternoon a merry a"'a-a't-'aseIati"'"ar m dien ,not everinternalorran of thel I, -i-a T'i (.
estimated that they will buy $100,- party went to the beach via the newa n:,l a1i:oIs l, where i t was i ahrnte a sbv.uchr a reey I al h'.:t in lhl L h'/:tawrhere itwa Pe.... i -,h emd It ,. r,; r i"'Tl- !; 000,000 worth of goods before the trail on Mr. McAllister's launch. i a a prenativo and relief in rchero s out the cause of the d I '
buying season is over. That m Therewere Mr. and Mrs. Roesch hundredtof ease healigand trenthr nit ti 1.. I
better times for everybody, because Miss Roesch. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tite thsttlons do not hesitat to me-lr.ane.se adthu iai.latrn al, lft .o a.
Houston, Francenia and Russell give their endorre;en of the remedy opportunity to perform her prt f the the transportation of goods willeep Houston Miss Ellen Mathers, Messrs which hao ben o helfunl in the treyt- restorative pros. T. .
the transportation lines busy and tak-s ment o their poor and sick. One of the many hospitals which have Carlyle and Roeseh with Mr. Me. at Among these institutions is that of foundPerunsofvalueintreatidgldtand ing that much merchandise offt th the wheel, the Slsters of Good Shepherd, who gave ost intecatis of atarrh i t lital I r,, ri
market will open the factories again. therollowingendorsement: St. Joh, who write, r f.,n. i-:
PRIIARTANOC NTS 7ePr eCop W\Vere happy to tll y-u that yor I .t oar. Are We "Over-Educatiing" Colh Omhoucow Perunshangivenusatifactin.r aictionf
Ihvf asl Psess e tr the peatr patients have tried it. one o yearsold, l. I thinkrua Twoaddresesdeliveredduringthe A nlo ncenmntd dr this haring lose. seal r All sick ndn pa wes rHeromi Dupui,ailtedwiht i ureth tarrht It' f trr r a ir I a,, .a:vao r f i ublahed until th tIrot primary with an s- y e a ast lhav S g muc-.h relief, mre than he has La life than I a r, 1 past several days on the subject of a ti sdt oi.s.f reurmutr mstssion-aantioe P n ,
iead to .. d se-lers h hoadd. be fe Tm a,,a o law S a c Shh Pr numl- ,f Years. 'thth -hit iaet. the f, ii popular education are calculated to to h idin adran.. l, ~ A r y'uns rii 3 ea:rs had ed arit ctt
precipitate a spirited controversy be- o xemb of Sehool Boord M Dase -o h .horie o ctasrrhat di Men In tha h rou toao n a t diappear. twee "advancedthinkers"andtho e of Balouty. After continued use of the remedy "As to mylf, two bottles have com Of conre ii only rant e
teen "dvanedtiners" andte t ro tths t htdr t e ta a.ao hors t
educators who are grounded in old this pntiaty aehs found self a change ist g ood opnd on of the r y msoe PPt that re d oald e ru tL yar atsi oetrh tha aotti ho rcomat red S
ideas, which standfor the basic prin- eandidateatthenextprimarites orschol .aep.toL thm f.atuf the treatment I ould ot rv th nl ar
dplesin polishingthe hM mind. board member fordistrict No. ientat-th .ciples in polishing the human mind. shall appreciate the support of all. I is terms walk for quarter of an hou without lowed to become chxo
The papers have already told how A. J. CARTER
Gov. Hoch of Kansasadvises thecut- treasressuerofBrevardeounty. If elected
tingof t t ooksintwo an Nto this office I promise to give to the
of the text books in toon f aor people of the county as good service as
throwing away the superfluous half has bess given by our present and most Thanking you for past favors I in fflciettasrea r. I trust that I willreof them. "We are ver-spplied, gto annouce myself asa candidate e your support J. F. WOOTEN.
over-oaded, over-burdened, ove for re-election to the ofi of clerk of aatflefra
edhe circuit eourtof Brevard county sub- or opeaor ot te ot I shadowed with teet books." is the ject to the aetion of the coming Doemway ha expresses it. "Throw ne rat, primary and would thank you To tha Intu ei V rvnl m W j N oty.
w" e t kindly for your supptn ort. I am a candidate for renomination by half away, and then you will have Re fully. the Demoeracy of Breard cunty for ough to supply Kanas and a few A.A. STWART. the office of pervior of registration.
If nominated Trmi a ontinua ce
more states like it" For Supt. Public Instructi a of a faithful Ieiromnce of the dutieat
Prof. Frederick Starr of the Uni- r ,hr V,t or seoar t of the offic-. living the pItf ort
versity of Chicago, holds somewhat iYiding t the aoliitat ,f ma. r t ery ertoowtuiih. I
parallelopinions. Themuchvaunted frited. I announce ovr : as a nd:- W N datr for woma fti. lfe the norrtn
"new" education, in his opini, is i a p r n mar inou. rDont Put O tt .a
rather sad thing. Young per)ns in If nominated and r 1-1ctud I hall -;e
school get a smattering of aev2it r~ai t 1 I f u: !,ND
many things, but get liuLrhilag s.h ,tI st arr n ,i iv
oughly. The tetalency of the new l
system is to make pupils jeiters and For Tax Aollctor
jokTers atlife. They do anort tink an iIDi A.rN R seriously, bec kia- thCe o t y. cte t,... p i m r .
the surface of their atudis. Tt o .ii. t tsrv.;is ,t ta .... ...a-ein -,T ;ti .,rk. ha :n ,,' t o ,2 ". much work. toomuch di\.-ityf. y,,,,r I--"- a.'
study is crowded into the few y pe o t -at r r t r w lainl r tr ITUl tS rFi
that the modern ynaurg man wr oqlud fet
womat can lposnibiia iord toatel i, lt Notice ohe The ecnip at, tl
toeschool. I ',a- itv oiaa ,e faa..I- I '?- r
It cannot b succas-fullys di iiedr t h i lt at ther rct i nri t- ille, ti ohac h
f,r 1rei, it, a lti r of r-var F.a 1" that both ov. H ch and Pof. Star conr y I oli aprei. te ha ...... a; 7, ,
have excellent grounds for their crit-m iaPPmrt ot a t ulf" ooitio. r .
YouR' rto-. a , i
icisms. Both the common chool- .]OE I. IRta. 7 i- I!
and the small colleges have been sad- II T., artit a rai i tr .., w-,-, k pi~h ;
wThe Fort Pierce nwfs r Tas: the'with oanane my canaidicy forin.
The Fort Pie News -ks:the hefie of tax collector of Brevardt H.P. It RI,, INDIAN RIVERr
"The expression. killingz the goose county. If elected to thisoffllce I prom- ioii mli Iaa-tai.
that lays the golden egg," is often ie to five my best eroice s thr o Methte peHOU E
heard, but never could it be applied pie. and trust I will receive their oup- A Dangerous Operation USIC H USE,
with more force than to the action PHILIP i. WRIGHT. i, tbe renmoal o the apreadix by sot-tll.
,f someof the fishermen in these ... to S.rahok. t. Kitz,o New ,if Pll,. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
mNotie -erre ohie to thh tirhthtl ]-atroL waters. Withtheruling ofthecourt NoieThe rorhaU quietly ten tfri le.r
hardly'dry upon the rvords, seines inAfter reading the notice ofJohn Henry Th., ca. eounti pe si rachh of small mesh went into the water i ur lst wes,. coutpape. ader Dr. B to.
and trout o small as to be properly tingthatunderoeiresmstancesinvlhe ootheS ith in. h r h'.
elaned aspan fish brought in and bea datefor y office at thenext without e, pisu ta at
primary election. I herewith announce rheum. ny itehina DoD Oiu.tit. V.-,r sold to the fish companies." my cadidnacy for the office of county de t t it.












21., ns THE FLOIDA STAR 5

Aa e Fie a Tape uprgs.
Th t Peteserah lat is se t oe
IliOmDIs It Your
NA Mat nTarpon Spig that ent alhud
med.n ..May:he ws- Where the finenf biscuit, O wn~air? Last night Tarpon springs was
"h m u.-- .- cake, hot-breads, crun
ba salipM it tot coark" that resulted not only In enormous c,
ar ta seonI Do you pia your he to your oe o prperty, but also la the lass * aes a@Erape lt onti. eto own hair? Can't do ir? orone life, nd It isa faed thatu- or are a s Are at the rate or 1- Haven't nouth hair? It must other. b'. a s r be you do not know Ayer' The scene of the Sm was the oblck OR Q ia
n than ai hundred and twenty- Hair Vigor! Here's an intro- Just south of the block that was des o barrels of e urom ducinal May the sequai stroyed on the night of January 2th. te aden a were whipped fro May te acquaint- d was completely destroyed, with T e h result in a heavy growth the exception of a few dwellag that The edge Cumberlsad has arrived of rich, thick, glossy hair stood at a little distance from the busiIa Ub d deepeag the owar at therk d- Use this splendid hair-food, nos block. trance to parnmainu harbor. 4op your falling hair, and get A Greek, whose name we have not
Te Protective League Asoeciation rid of your dandruff. earned, was burned. Every effort was
S t. PLtsbur oo tc ~ hut l -- made to save him, but he was not
Isa new SL Petershurg ogalatlo newor to e .- found until the ire had gained soch kA that Las put a tll municipal ticket in S headway that this was Impossible to the add for the net elestlonl L~g ni~i' do.
The city o~elals of Penueola are It is feared that another man was
new occupying the new city hall build- Cers HeR PERAL. In the burning building. but this I Not only for rich or fine food r. The formal dedication will not ot verified. ta place until Wednesday, Fetn y te T H.DrropaH ertse bI. pd o or for special times or service.
The paltatial yacht Helene. owned Driver saved hs rs pdence, but
my tbyS Royalis equally valuable in the
Yd hleasonen r Thoma Davis of ner- last his business house of millinery
id leo.s.eanad r ved, ai. horued to the water s dry gd Coeind's oon; pr r on ainsub ntial,
r inspoetor, was Instantly hiled In edg on the St. Johns river near New m ig-pcture thea a se prepattrioa b antial, the Tandi yards Tuesday morning his BE-lln Saturday aft Ca ncNu theater, a onee-"ouse; had y.. crashed to mrnin hi sa eet tslrceeseo saloon, Powell & Hawkins' head being crushed to pulp while the loss of $8,00. The vesse! had just s aloon ea fods for all o aThe St L e eopnt a. e at e- ding rm and heading for ship tarant and bakery, and other amilar sins. It makes the food more
ane St. tc County B whank at wen- ting firm and woo heading for t places of business were consumed. Se5 0 sen has opened for business with Pre,nmi when the disaster ocrred. It ro rat ere Jeopardy, bt were y, nuttiou andw om

In large. This bank succeeds the stern through the overheating of the The origin of the fire is nknown. Planters' Seenrity Bank which was bhea-ings. The wreck burned until Orrorrig in the ight the Irst otima forced to close its doors about a month the water liled the hull. sinking it to tion of the disaster was when the building in which it started was all After adoting resolutions referring A dispatch to the Pensacola Journal ablae. oore, the popular manager held by the tongs. Every housethe mmigrtion question back to se- from Milliian, Santa Rosa county Our sister city t eing W.B. Moore, the popular manager of Ie held hy the tongs Every houseeral States and expressing preference dated Saturday says: H. C. iving- urified by fire. The fire loss two ie fatory, has pfected an in er an ee at a glance ha he is for securing settlers from other State; stone was shot and almost instant) weeks ago did $10000 damage. mention that indicates hat he has gettingg his full amount of i e as it rather than from foreign countries, !:filed by Tholas Merritt here this i made a ten strike. He has invented comes into the house Th- device the immigration convention held at evening about 8 o'clock. It seems New Campaign Committee. v combination ice tongs ani ice scales I has attracted attention of those interTampa last week adjourned sine die. that Livingston. while intoxicated, ad (Times-Union.) the utility of which will he recognized sted in manufacturing n vetits of The coal dock of the Fitzgerald Coal vanced on Merritt with drawn revolver Him. Arthur T. Williams, chairman at once Within a pair of ice tongs! this kind, and Mir. Moore has alrade Company at Jacksonvile. collapsed and was shot by Merritt before he of the state Democratic executive Mr. .toore place a pair of ice sca.es. been offered several thouranl dollars early Saturday morning and fell into could use his gun. Liingston for committee, has announced the appoint- which, Ib the aid of a set screw, can for his rights in tbe p nt 11i;ia the St. Johns river. The dock was raveral weeks has operated a barber meant of the five members of the state he made to show instantly the amount News Record. heavily loaded with between 3,000 and shop at this pace, and was about 25 committee, who, with the secretary4,000 .tons ofa, In equal quantities years old. Both parties were read and chairman, w ill cons titute the 0 A STEW ART East Coast eat market of steam coal and buckwheat coal. The near this place and had many friends paign committee for the present ca A. STEW ART heavy ralps of the preceding few days and relatives here, alg G. F. DUREN, AGNT overwelghted the pillng and te acci- The city of Daytona held the regular The committee will consist of the dent resulted. No one was hurt aInmal eretion of municipal offeers following members: n su Capt. Ochiltree, of Punta Gorda. of the city hall Wednesday, Fehbruar Chairman, Arthur T. Willia of ud retired ocr In the U. S. Army, is in I. One hundred and nine votes wer Jacksonville. the city for medical treatment. and cast of witch seven were illegal. The Secretary, Herbert I I)odd, of Lake s n with his wife is stopping at Mr. J. F. offers elected were: Mayor. S. G. Sea City. Richards. Last week. by some strange than: Cle-,. A. MeF. Porter; Assessor X. J. Tucker, Fort Pieree. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA freak of the bratn. he lost the memory H. M. Ednondson; Collector, W. G. C. E. Davis, Madison. for words and with his eyes upon the Hobbs; Treasurer. F. T. Peck; Cout P 1. Pearside, Palat.a. I represent some of the lending allinds printed wori. He knew the letters cimlen for 'wo years, Joseph Osborne. S. Phillips, Williston, companies of the world and any of a Kinds. ad the word when pronouned for George N. ark. E. L. She*. Henry A V. Cockrell, Jarcksonvilte. buainas entreated to me will rehib ut not when he saw iL-Areadla Schmidt; Sioo Trustees, C. Rog- Chairman Wiiliams has called promptsndcarefulattention i TITUBVILL FLORIDA News. ers, Win. Ji clson, George Lidwig. At meeting of the campaign committee rmed report reached the special teeton held fr schoo for net Tuesday at 1 a. to be he EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. An bncenflrmed report reached this
Ilt Thurmedy morning that a tar rileage of tlite mills, fifty-three votes in his offleeat No. 10 Main street cir muted schooner had one ashore were :ast, fte three mill assessment The resolution adopted by the exwithin a quarter of a mile of the Ward carried by a majority of thirteen. ecutive committee provides that the DEALERS IN campaign committee shall prepare and
Line steamer Bayamo, fast on the reef One has only to visit the passenge a fill the list of omees in the call, and of New River Inlet, and is in need of depot on the departure of the train fo have published in schedule form the assltance. The schooner is said to Knights Key to Judge how popular list of all ofies, states and county have struck during the night and that that route has become. Nearly every elective and appointive, candidates OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL the tugs standing by the steamer have y the mitra reaches here packed to for which are to he chosen at the prl TldS at TitlsTlle, Cocoa, Ea Gallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach gone to her assistance.-Miami Me- the limit with tourists who dire to mary election, and shall prescribe all tnpol. travel over n ecessary forms and blanauland We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders Thois mor over P w i necessary forms and blanks, rules nod for shipment direct from the mills
Thu morning passenger train tu eterday noting an etra coach was Irglilations, and do Ali things rees Knights Key was the heaviest tein coupled on to the train to provide ar. ary and advisable to he done in mco e perated since the opening of trafr C o... odations for the crowd of tra .eti.n will s..uh primary elections t,: that point on the Gth. The traii der, .and th r-eluhr arlor rCas on i:.! ineonistent with the primary elewas composed of several] (o'ach s an i th, train -ha. ort tet fill I i n law. baggage cars, all w-ll dib. i... p l--.d IA :to, lh e e,,' \; IIbI,, i:tii- i-nt Tuesday ths
ge and lg.HARDWARE
ef the passengers were Toni t i I i ion al is 'ti l i' : f w rk to perform, and thn sant making cosnnectitil !1 i t iti tI : n na b, considered forsteamer Haflfa- at KnighbTS K, thi: iu -tt ,r- Miami N -l 0-, sr. rtrc'.p afternoon at o'clhck.-liami l,.....l t r F... li r .Jas. P ritcha rd & Son
ols. Saturday. n_ B. i shw of Pi-. Irvin.e li4ke Cityi candidate Capt. JB. Webb. loetittetti -I Il r ie o setmi the irst t- -;ilr,.i omnistoner. was P05Standard Lme Works at atindliirii- -'rh!-. ses ....tl]it . ithes th t :..- n l . i li lr as ts e tril Handle the Finest Lines of
I nown nesda3. hvi,, ju -, ....... -e, ::1 . ... ,bo0 b e. b
fiom a torip down the T t h T I, s lards I n it n "lanazoo t I n Cit tr I te tsm Ct Heavy and Shelf Hardware : said he went down a- far as Knight'- t, sne tr in the south endt f thie cun ult noti find a -sea and wh-n Ith Key and is delighted with tlh,- cr 'Y. til coart large pere,:nt of ton' eii.ii, itrund he at first re railway, and says that hundreds are int te, farli. TiI- conlpanrt f-i"-. toP ffr' "3 n : tt it Ou- Stock of takigt. thetrip forh he exrer oel liseiend tt 200 tars of vegta- 0 .....it. P .. Gu id Sportinrg Goods we ofIt Mr. Wesb has a te i ies from this proper next or the i"] al, Itr fre and Sporting Goods
and is taking life easy. spending the Iollowiog seaso. Fifty acres arC t0 ,di. -yit) t Talmpa Times. Titl ummers .. in California and the winte cleared at one and prepared .for t-dtr insie ,t t. r Irtine plr i. is com plete at all tim es on the east coast and in Cuba.-Orala re frm. The company is capital "r rest. takin a rcOreept for i. ilnar. iced at $t5,(. Ind it proposes so rv It, osit It.. eli trr u tiil ste rit' Accdig to reports which reach tablish a big -egetahble industry oa ito the court for a test.
m Ky W t the poo people hese tards said toe b a rieh s aon Ar aby Paints and O ils of Q quality of that ity are to great need of the !nds in the State--Volusia Count h 1, i u. bine-i in th b. a ilrSpecialties ifyRdu give it white's tlem onei:a. ole
neetUes oft life. A meeting of the RcOrd.bt u ml medicine -4s eol to onrprina hucity coneil of that city was called last For Rheumatic Bufers aimty Tiir omd lli ho A ot her umasc Itore at Anohoe-olo ohr
Plday for the purpose of considering Thequickrelieffrompain aff.rdd by p. wit drn t a wi l uotatiOns for large or small orders will rsf white t t ae. Vsmftioto she holy-. Quott sfor a or small orders will re measure and taken the mattbor org ani- wih safi.es n r m ke it a by Bur ug Stno and Titusvil, be given personal attention. Mail Orders
and pledged themselves to do all n tic, tme ch, lumbaeo, d deep seated Flanoguid. wck. n- down Headah- solicited and promptly filled their power to help reflre the codi- and mscalar paim Forale by Titusville Stomasch oP- J-Jansplain ts ofLazyliver. ieaL The reports of the conditions Pharsacy andlddralis. B ok im Bited tyters ies ad TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ,h, pmotedigestion, pvri theblwA. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA eilag there are corroborated byhe Cheapessacidet i n~uace-Dr. Thom a W TED-Seces d handha o d briW 1 Key West Ctize of last Pliday.- ElseriOil. Stop the pain and heals the any kind:ny dtitby: nhasr w r a Mlami NewsRFOWdg waond. Alidrugginesellit. freight RvICl'iASNAG(t ,Richaload. e.














THE FLORIDA STAR FEBRUARY 21, 1906

etant alliance passed resoltions exT
Prsug ,their a.ton inent and dI B
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tasert that under the bill of rights he
raeated the throne by so loing, as it
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aitc oas made Iast velPi in the effor
to force their fa ssi.o ti the II pari



CCN RES IONAL wo simply anu e erwgen wy measor but i: I te (bhkLekasat Nlation out of 1.- incur ala i, h' r-.-aaa' eaaan 5
CCNiRESeIONAL s~lrc tber wotei not e any r- I o lr merna of faIle eOpens t.t -a,- ., ia-; a-,' ,,a It. ,-i0 E LIECAD 4 tier ntl the entire banking stem Irad i d a t lift I. L at .otld he reformed. While he watt l e i t nra l t a, Aldich P tlnt His l with the president in hPrs shn on tan- be I., ,,; a iia iila er A is o .eaa i bth
lathe prereme a full atrtendante breakLing capital, he differ ? ih him EXECUTIVE to t ,O'.n ........ ten BLOOD CLVA
fl the snte. a nm.br of visiting r... as to the proposed remdie .and Idep S. ciai i the Commo KEEPl Y h OUR B OD CLEA S ltentatives and with tie Ie.-a .. eted his f.r.u.t tri.iit.ar of -orpa New Treaty With Fann.
paketd ith spe ntitoes. aen whomats itno as oe af the diturlinu fa I too t t nt if
smt J. Pierpot Morgn ami this lush- toro. tle dhli not liive lit; anthil .nil stat," i n a l ln it a'e ba n i t n i ra. P!; S ;: FTCT CRODS.
gllto bank corr-lomldet. Ir!nfi ahort of imnpri e fr th rile f : i ed .y rar 'tiv of the to La[ t
Gla of the bl-s Naonai tn. i toro old ever be f t ir e r r lriiu 1anI l n ira o tsubmr tha siI ioain bIe, Camt a o- ow reserved fo e frooai ot t o iL al r i trolold s a ridbr bli i th e senate for ritittio. Tbia tj'itl- i itWa
frio do e u tt l aatiiaaa oteall irovoire that arleir"aly ti attin o 'alat week Senator Aldrich of R ra whicI had i iia -lllOti i ariihng betetI the too gavernoenits t.- ilrton. o rea Isand as leader of the comaitatr on inaerstae conuloere. Ishall be sattlt b arbitra tion of t Ithe ijorit a. I i Fl .n td that rliro ad N.w Treasry O l.r: ntt thI
chairman nor the tond ohotahl ti arrepttt for ce'olit" Ta r ,i. i :OI I,....aat......
Anoate colnmitt a t -on curan y unhnbs the value.nd .i l The president b:s sent the name of :h time a f -a opean l the di aite of il lrldhing the road sholt hala oilli A. taoiid;.e of Massachuse tts to some for ai ia [ on ah* Illa .l lla', alll nr lied y Ithe interta;: r,.o l I the s nate for Itha Ioition of assistant ir ina t o th a urncy iii r. o,-n uieere lool nision ,. cr tary of tie treasury, to n rcc d whoa oj :o ed from his I'otunlt- Wiiams' Cune Bill. J. II. Edward, who recently resigned. bir ,h r t: I atAlah tee and which b r What will he known as the minority Rooevet' Legal Eror lad doaae ti ,atl,, a l a.
admitted that it w t a i urrney ill wa s in t dut ed in 1 t I When William S. R sitere. named by last forlh, at; tht Ihe pii : rt i ANd
ad e -Ihouse b John mr Williams th oesiden R-t as su or t h i i. // her i ,
pet anauet plan of reoaniatttl o for emorrttle lender. Tit meaaur o ei e winter tilllings. recently r- t e e -a cent prLa -talcari .n
Ia me Lstint t h ;a tat Ithe result of n 'ollrene wlbh the i- IUUol. t lled at the treasury deport tatalr t-,, faal, Ll -G re. note por
mp n e t an tority melelrs of taie ComInllu m nt to file his i.ad the oleiarls de s h s gted Wit Yrra el L '
emprebem e she e e banking aa urrnta T te bilil Ir allt to ar atcep it onu the ground that. fhaes ant i a'i hter ba the Lithiss fata- it is a t seld iri
eted he sford t eiioae reief nIidt e that the total lialdlitie af ny whi under the law the president had and il!tai.y ia a'.l .t l f a h da al a'
_'d tei" i'I, Hiw TtI"1"th F, If,,tz! p l to; Iu ,, t
a e e v e n t o f a n o th e r t ,ll n t e I t r th e ao w- er to soua ns th e p u b l ri n t R"- .- uniff T u rk e Fn, ,o .f. I
reteared the reent itacic and oee otan ta oo aa o r er by thSt re a[t Turey
thtou thgt sn of thestep ta n by letd- s lt o f ti he nt ostio il tal e hatt r I t ] -a' of ti -1ue df te mpo r
-b by the gaIerment taot d nt : thatn n ni te o t iRhat r th t on lal rautct-tll became the a at l rl ta fo tler a f l l al .' J
igha of t hr Nrso Ie Aroe andy prvid Acpe a of the of I e T e snrs of
ure the da. evidently referring to the t hhh r o hah I Ise ct f rooiu the s ulao s i I.
event ftoin d h i t ll e amount of its pld s prl ter is appiintire by the president tn o blar a ata r a a
work of Morgan ad his trends A th a uthri -tio hof ai tn of i t ntnue do aaa wr th nty tue t own e o h on f romefronan in fto r idea of a nin ba nk f t a-ri o ten f i nt Iaoieot otflt tf 'a h at ftanhilpl of eprots b he a w h a oItr cod VERia a '] b ,I bhiooion tf th 9 eorl e ol n Lu to- I ---tar'i a d the stabso of more pnu, the th thief a ow t of the tt a ta l o a 's t atr dp ... . I ilaltlrr tant. tit the tae i t ime Iut- the ramil aanttn i ia-r do maa s l.
t lban tesd;llb tl tr t amg eiehthe raks bywthe sek-oNotes. ,ithou daag, h un p o Oerigin ofer tho "Ne Togt oe e rning capacty.d

of taim the also fro~d the plan f hI nt ht s onds rm e a oai-aas tl an l y btie frs u r ey G i It ab k e pi thi
pt t lth e poie taf and suru ow e co ad roonti-prer cin siitator Eaipr lledT he m Ail nea r e e skt chI ofMrslMar k T
giing tote bno the te enf nr certain tiuntlrloliieo. alh al 4- F Aemy Airahip Bids ACeptad. ario oto e t had.
ea t l in aherr s thellur t he is o ll l y In a The --rear fr rar hns accepted I t n ac t 'ilta 3n thexChilia l of all United State s e, ll. but epia i t or ofr thPen ots ir oo o e e t in the orlI elrbtlett ed that this as not nhled I e I the adlty I td bil rtin $d the oint ta t the rin hr.i t F' de h... a c u d i.a-At sfit-an T r bill bessae It eoid not hope to pfaso n.irret Srbtveoa e in nor tfR Rose Pn lA 11t. eIa rrin. ewr ar. tand ag itator. although o former tete had
the res nt oagrl T proido emee- n ted Whses em e agency tes -it tttdiyl a h s h-eO I n tfle ear him qanlli Afl r e b S o i hed erm ut hldta t it h red rin h de hisl a I te Px e rti in d a wh hie afr e hoe E No S teney notoen h ed by the oenmwelmt note. A trthino feature or the milt is rtyne a n w hits tre heeii. taat tdhe id not dn th xiten o f
anold be had bealse it rould ete the thonrt atbo or a ft of onesi three en.tio c thra th e acta ly alt bin ohi s to halfha be mde tle m It mumacb tertrh ht idtolor demand for more of the t th ton for his own enpulsidn Hi en- the chance re ts frn ineeedthofpr Theoasi t t of cewte hat o an tried with the laeiwti ,n l
the kaiad of mo aney." d fund o 15.0eJr 0 tolnsrertheftmds It was a prt of the 'etney t rte aueted th t e e s nho e mth- ais d L InVER.o..r...n t P.
The re ill whleh Im elef s it eos to in ase of the pture df a not ande of n e be o the i th e oSeer on A new eoletion for his dl t et
after the a rman patter proa ilden fr bak. The noa l motlon of the bill to tt o le n t lt sei ia t ill he ordered. i a we l a u tant e e of lt m e andin t of one ro ptmH dentia. ao t steo thedo w ou tain lhor
of satonal h l notes rdeem ble fo o a k per whe hol wke e an are that t a mal e r ii tnlr ni L n I U M E w ISf M N
a'wtl p o ey" f at the ntIs ai treas- om fo the ppo f tok ga ilt main iu te r I lel one l.r. leaeit it dd a h unaed per Cn-t to
ai to m c no te and g a said sj to fr1 thoref rpr
Stte ame e tb bthe y the me NOt L. tho ot d ge. t ader nrfit lon Oritin ol theNn sought." u eaig capacity.
Bn o of l test neadeon b ti mars e a t Iamt1aaal af ta lf'a to alim theauer I t aaHe ih t t i
of the teemnry in the propor- The heo committee on wo e ttimt ed fi a fq illb an e a:ltpeh f Ilto ht' o slra ar a e l trlea georpia Ita b e, ept Llthyl lbyo
oi eap thait wl to teha nrred usnnmonly a biil to r- speed of t eat mlen hr o is ii Iaph nly by to oter t The whlnsn or o ot lrt- fltor of Sir. S tryo h i ii r E t hey. dr' toadi cplt al and l rp of ni tfhe in se ownr of cosocate pIpr- e t e m r ln at ictrli the arh.al tn tbh e Clttie Sihao tisent to he toe pr ent t I n nthe touth dtlrl g the der. o.e o o hi s nit fi aid bold on ae ebtable state, montlc- I pl a nt lible o wtray of $ IO.o y.i Aet of prrosts p eootd. enre aicaaveonnt lo the erl ihtes.
Lsi t ol a tnd alroad anerthen de- In o ngnt tea r theo The int roferessian l -enmitte ap- whe a eotaoiiE iei w oumee of her I pitted by the bnkal rwtth D e oo thi delleney bll gnntng $1.w7Y to pointed to iretite t hc hr ofi te i a or i itrllht lt teeae diaotisfe l mait w' ;itor Bankeod for service on the th1e to eiee deaIittlrerat aa dolIe at witel l r tha ire Htrme tatehlns o r
o whih$ra? tt00 00, our 0 o armay tlad f te wy mllo Tane. lpawlminry report snouestldslay wrhat la mlar tddd ot 4llnk en ed t; < inrejtioltem ml t Hfaely be called t patch- in the houle. made the point ath ra e the d i the oralttoa of ton tf mtl healnto fronr another
we hui t held that It had nlwered Itesitef had eneetded his outho ty the eecutlve ma'inery If the dp art- ole. ohirh while afirmig the poser TAKE NO 8UBSTIT UTE.
ofea pe t tn w a th wel l El t r it ingl heo ch that am si. w ent mi dfl- not de the e t t e n. e of
ad the mmtee ellered that the One nor timort sh e o i sum- mention he t the tal diri t dio. cneb res of matter. These HA DY MOTH
t ol r ea lm a ud of m n oa lt to ta the sl a Ite rir beIl'i n diaeotl srdeto farmed the l PAPER
lerv rund pleent a reon e of ledersbehip. Thia was Leake of New the hands of nn al'rr. h pit nt scssalr of tahrat was Iater to become the "new
the pnc. t he' rned re te ierr o e d R. wth tcaa ls antsn tfr plntn l te pr- tgt' movement. moth dtr i l-n
tn the remained "m any ne for the "bl stick" from the po de dn and onr the t a-t p fe o o ent av onr i ne a .a lr
bank tes wold rm oved = T "vi c arai o d n f fl f.Gbbon on Prohibition. s a ue n er tt ol. Tom vote
dihaluet tniadntrIeal and konewlr" en t nd wlth relnt the slfic's o ro d tems. noo to tt thr li too New Orlens nterview Cardinalshet in et riair l reail it thepoorofinrlainythe currn The torkidn t om snr o
Oual ain tha t t o pe bolh ate th e iemure on the mrls of ilism."o et n I te I ons n C oted a i g a ar eti t ,
le will be esoiaiabio ailttooa n to The RnP teLearn applauded this rry il. eanmat heitd In art r the a fiiltw 1 tetnnsd a n eneteals to a m. r.. o sun
tm army of he l Mplo yed f tlal ly. bt hise tame oe a o t u purR ahn te tIai s-i Ms iio o o- It o rotr plr -vt i
aeit e the bill wa taken ap end t nae 1.rset at de, aed. as at treent. tto area p tse en e et ton ito ifc o TIM E IS hOureYs t
e imendI ein of the emamitt ee tal nen tI entio of the houe. Ja- re ad cra esiat. a i n are rlatis l -i i
ofl the mesen hIe cw on t ho a e t e n te r raf
adopted ptb rma eptto. Aldria dlra:ry rot nmoltt ler turO the bill. & w tho rt l te rer c to e n rte t in
s ntd uaIn ruatos dhe t to of W t tr Do W n B
tind the ommittoe wai eoatlderlng K ileholao. the aleaarrai for e at d q endrtna ned ue est I ee t i tl (eoef. ,'
ot ndmento offered l Amersen nalBonp o ur the .t qt Jhae. h mote tln ra lnre
Senator BaIley. minority ider ... the prohlbltiodme ao.... Jeukins told hIdt in to limit lel. alahf'r,

ao olbruation. Ithogh h e u i tan llr rte te oake of drlai a a it hl d h i n. .. Th ovll
posed to all forms of money cryt 'r anythto ecl ted Ihey e ll o rl a Cardin l Gb ns.i r
tboe issued by _the g.ro lnt. IIel ie tlrl Io1-, l tlte "I t. Wht.n i oma Blears Mityouio. a Rnnr initill Prr illlillln f r
$aold bane goserowent notse in pia'eI lhe asntiye'hliloata o. ar h a A ort of atrlianaraartln a .,11, ,t1 1- Ih. ta at flain -oaf the Jl1ao" 'aid for a of the gold eRtit'lete& and tnsfe the hio renliatllt .a I Tl o n Tbdoo a aansan a t['rafaaa.'r I a. ICon .acate stlI ,f.l aaa11T rane'.ir lia It gold to the general redemption fund l Irtl'a tf the New York lrala lv ay the rr a-i trial re al. :, f h li, % I Illl' iaa II.ea h,. -Tlh]d
hisch would amount to pi p.o O,,, of the rnlt;llla.a ncri-au alliace. clid d:lsrinn tdonlala i a- --: -ll' ai .P: ,-llil -. i ]) (

told e fated. He Ielieved the Al-I slni d or bo al nt delrink it tould aloa 'i,ra attenuated tat-i.l-. ar le ir' : :at r r. ,r: I, i''''':i-fld a a
drieh rlrrenew onld eadoatlnonthe o:y "thau oaila ak a mouthful of tiane after his s.a-tn from Aaaariea .,r -' h ,--:l:- tila.l a,a nube o'au e
teasury fund Just thesame and _ouid t ine pie tr a taltller of ta atr" I toa eC -he t at ",,, ,- :c. ai, 1:-trte....
permit raId oo the gold in tbe Irea- I ;' is ilier thbat as maty mUrte trumil e wi l iabie -i I Procn Taco IPoe.
U-. aail:lt] aen o,' ltitta'i 1r ,lyerptie. re ticlartad!a a ite h ,'r. -a al i a irate 'aof.s T r o aope. 'a l ar k rIai
smotor Ttlimon irea ttenti n t oa I :[l-- llnt a rltt ;l. pa o ad I .e war i mrlar-ts left t iel rh:lhr a I .t I k
sJthemto onotle enture--nmel i I l tn iraltamd to ioenecy lbe -n: I-e atu nlll l': ,I':. :' l IhI h ,
tbt p ertialg eonatditions for the re- ;ol trnia Jolrneno t ta l,-. ai-otaI I;hII ia,, t !i 1 ill
tIrement of the per lsc emerge c I hroltuet n Mad hoffeel t In the hou ae time h. nil" a I tli o orllfl ; wh 'affirming I ;a p r T lB i a Ii, a1, tI E
coren fy. The pcew'nt re astrlc'on ac toou tern.N t.aaliogfo e a resitnas hlent i t att'-dt ah a -I tl b n [o ,, ll
span the retiremet of ohl national I"hintm antfiny th exit a t n e eofr vet la as-l, openii lal r! r:: l. I, tad. Il t dren it. a-ae O,
anLk note would e removed Thi. erlI taln hat com i waliaes coltriboteri na hief ,an 'f ia e I IllaiI&. I --!a ai:,a i. la'a, 1 th;,,:.:
le pointed oat would confer upon te the Ba t f the the b,..Icted .l l ,.sa.i, fstnns tod h I tot aAND .....
W street controlled tonha not onl i Iwas l; l) oa IN Ed od at Rfquife For Carlon. ,f lIr ,bo tthe "-newl
the pore of inlating ti seJrer, i Tle tB rwitil t aommisioner of' ,, ihc a':' [;a I.: h i to ht m n t. bat of enatretlng It s nto a lute th e Phaligrl s"l roa trhly. Iablo Ik-amp alndt I confm b t ;:l a fr i i ai"ina a -,
lydominate erey form of bsine s In I1 Pe!li -tedl s ha-y bee intro- f-rca-,itar thediota-,ad; is a'1. lnir , ,t t ee stol a a .\ 'a a a ll ,ll
dtr. In reply to Tlliman. Aldr h ,ll'rd to the Iender s of the house snd l'a''t'a a; IlA.-e ,' .., :I a n It a New a'a ut -01 ,,ti 0t it -t
mid be would not o et to n amend acalate ty beeretnry Taft and have ri a yr he l lu t ::-lar ena ill- -cea lalla.aa Waca et rir" t.e taaa) l. t ae asIi
ment imlagn to $o.iO ) the monot h Re u nssiane to seats in the ho.e. eete h ae at ame reaIcat n h't.- 1.aifI Ie kly \ It ;Io
of the reet bank lroeeltllo to be Thry wIll ha\e tbe right of dcyae. bt' s;d a e a ie t m ,i:li .iy had efare te we torathionn a tO aa a1 al a a
rtilrd in a y o e month Tlllman a ay not ote r intrea ore eIllit, a E at fur t air- It ea Ph, a.a
amendment prides foe aeb a llmlt-: Stepbens of Texas sueerded In got- entered a ath.lir toranit-n ,- What to Do When Bilios i MEl I M ....
tinand wil fo thi matter into the iing ofre the heuse an arCmlge n t ar d tie rus ant nd a tz a leaaotdp fomxett .Adiidea cutimittee txhhn e ch. w'lt, oh," t't, m-, h Th-- Standard Sewing Machine
ayner. the Msrylnd Demuergat action of the depqrtsrint of Justle n a r bucg a p tnetnll T--a all -it 4-e- a-l a l ie SII t d e in i r
Cm itee, would haade the dhsmb ng Indetmeo aainot fve to- tl a grelt onter nmrtg to i ;- i' I rv.- l l.. lat ii'
psedto al of aw nta theW anytinelsew coa the n k,, i rn t at lo, liti n Tiurii











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THE FLORIDA STAR F3,RUAni 2. m


........" t "... a
q bw of 4 heon04 1111t- Dauas -



y.Vm. f the evutlsa rwhae tma ed

afma started by Captain Tha-p-
Ste- I a haerpooe feet a truna ek

s ft b h es e rti to get away and
si hours dd nt oet o 6 upe hastran-

V The tr kthae in a tare sepci s at
do tie aned his a.nts e. b atn the del
i~t aad trs o the gu stream. was







: amst-h asmaalse aad seaeured I
Setrtle, to the begn to oswim ow the
wareoe aand etned out nto the e000n,
.eepng uclmse tot-he bottoms sal the



d. The eptile ftwho wettareg away t
4aptain atomWmas was forced to bind


t lock ing the a n wio the heavy turtle
tia counties shis struggle, but at last
an persistencyof at C Tmpsom
wre as ryd the o thuge creature was
broys porght alongsintde renting and exct-red.
1Whe truakback turtle is a real curl-
e enoyinto the enrare whofort owthe
water Sor a livelihood. The one cap-
e by Cpt. Tompeon were is a very, J.
tetu.one and we.ghsve about 1000
ponds. The people who were on the
Syacht d thaturing the e pght inh the tucirtle
hawere verythe proud of thecapture aso M.
ew winter visitors can boast of ar
dvery s rt as Iteresting and excit-

Thoe raoyager the rare sport with
Capt.mpade, and were D.or th. Dangler,
tL Coggawellas Geo. T. Bishop, Mr. Masy-
tertoy red W.ill dStevotens and Arnold C
Saunders,Jr.,alltof Cleveland,0.

Mr. FlagIe."s Goed Deed.
The Miami NewsRecord says:
Pbr some time it has been under
stood thlarge, theo the plant on this city
las becof e the property of the bk, M.
nglager, the well known capitals:
foster renterestving in this section and
very lerge.
The asuer ofkig the property hasr
been made, and made for the s arrnge-

the t. Dallas National Bank In pay-
eryg o the creditors of that intually evtioe.
Mr.dolagelar has taken over the prop-
ert band will devote all the protsaid.of
the lee factory which have always
been large, to the payment of their
claims of the creditors of the bank, areceiv-
ter reserving only a small Interest and
the necessary sinking fund to relm-
burse until tm for his expense paid. That
Wheay the magnitude of this arraesult
meit Is understood it will satisfy ev-
ery depositor that eventually everson
dollar of the indebtedness of the dasts
fuaet bank will be paid.
The Ice factory has paid a generous
profit and will continue to do so, un-
der the new arrangement, and this
proit will be turned over to the receiv-






er antili the last dollar i paid. Thatey

ay take several yearsipn:h tbut the New Yorksult

ParIs were vta at. s of tilli


Fathe Rev. Iahter.er F. -. Lihtee wi-

eAfrica. anae human feasts. Meu audi




nesieed the-se human feasts. Men and


women were fatteaedl before heinti
killed and eaten. Irasky women cap-
tured from other tribes were marched
* from hut to hut. and various portions
of their bodies were marked off with
colored clay. the "choice bits" to lw-
sent to the purchasers after the rk-tin
had tleo slaughtered.
Old men and "women are softened for
the feast Just as we might bleach cel-
ery. When the supply of girls runs
out. they take the old men and place
them In water up to their necks and
keep them there for two or three days.
all the time feeding them liberally so
as to at once fatten and soften them.

**I anrd hihamllyfrom f comntatioa.
Dmai es hsm tnfleved and emmogthed the
bwls. s that they have been relar ever
dai.e"-A. A. Davisa. gner.Salphbr 8pris.


~MuD LOCUST PUTmS RDTElllmD


Pr L s LA.uwky Find Tr .* n
Ast ofKindsme,
Samud N. Brown. a eetator of
EOiehw O. Just after Chrletmas pe-
dhmm flum a Ripley (0.) firm of tm-
ber deale a large lot of locast posts
whleh bad been cut within a short dis-
tance a0 Ripley for shipment nuortLh.
The fist crauo of these posa west
recently to Cleveland, 0. and lu losea-
tag It there were two rather rough
leking timbers passed Into the car,
mays a Rpley c r p-uiMent at the Ct-
elamati *' wnlw The Ptniginmest
reached Clevelad promptly and was
Vales In3 the yaaJipn the Lake Cty.
Mr. Bown'a inspector was there t re-
eive them and promptly cast aade the
two timha a rejted, leaving them
lygt apert.
A little fourteen-year-old boy was in
the yard with a hamnd cart gatherings
chips and kindling refuse to take to
the home of his widowed mother near
by. The hustling chap was asked by
the kind hearted inspector if be would
like to take the two posts bome with
him. The lad was only too glad to ac-
cept the offer. The boy on reaching
hls s-.ualid trick yard quarters borrow-
ed an :nx and iprtctJede to split the
gn::r'.iJ plieies of locust In the nrst
piece chopped lu:o be found a big
piete ,f yellow metal. larger than a swl-
ver co!l;ar.
Much astouished. be took the yellow
piece to his mother. asking what It
might lie. and she. although f the
opinion that it was mnquey, dreted
him to take the piece to a certain
Cleveland banker she knew and ascer-
tain if it had any value. The child
hastened to the banking house, and
when the man of money saw the coin
he asked where it came from, demand-
ing of the youngster to tell him If
there were any others like it where
this one was found. The boy did not
know. The banker then took him into
his automobile, and they whirled away
to where the wood pile lay.
Sure enough, there it all was intact-
ax. locusts and chips-and when the
banker made several ure whacks luto.
the old wood the result disclosed nine
more big yellow spheres exactly like
the one which had been brought to
him for examination. They proved to'
be ten ffty-dollar gold pieces of the
mintage of 1812 and were as fresh atnu
clean as when they came from the
minta. The bank immediately paid the
poor widow $3.000 for the coins their
rarity making them thus valuable. Mr.
Brown has a letter from his Cleveland
agent verifying the preceding.
The two locust posts were cut on the
Pohl farm. one and one-half miles
from Ripley. For many years it has
been neighborhood talk that there was
much treasure secreted on that place.
The theory Is that during the war of
1812 some of the frightened ancestors
hid away this $500 in gold in a hole in
a limb of a locust tree. that it was
grown over In course of years and im-
bedded and that the original owner
was unable or forgot to recover it. At
say rate. the ten massive gold pieces
have securely rested there for nearly
a century.

Notice
I will be at the following places for the pur-
pose of aiseming the taxes for lMS, at the
Time named below. I would take it asagreat
favor if all would meet me at the desiguatted
places at the time named. It will enable an
tp complete my work earlier andl more or-
reetly. W. H. HALL. A. t.-sor.
Cocos, Saturday. Feb. 2nud. morning. at
town hall.
Ctty Point. Monday. Feb. *ith. nmorniti,, at
postofluae.
Sharpe.-. Monday. Feb. 2~4tthl. afternmn. at

Titusville. We u-idnt>hy. Fel>. ".itlh. 1n,1 it. .
at court bouse.
Mi,.s. Thursday F0 ,. 27tll. iiirnlinll. ;It
lImtdliee
l-talrnaiie. Friday. Feb. ;**th. Imlfrl.inl, :i!
em,>|t-r sth.p.
Natliata. Tma,-'iay. Mcih. 3rd. IIM|||. at l|I-
,*ttieh-.


IHalover. M< ixtndy. 1l.. th. nIertlug. ait
Tin.-.. (remk-..

Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Stand-
ing Cured
I want you to kuow liuw" imiti laill'-s talve )ia.T doi e foer He. It h a,. eli l
my fx-e eof'.a.kin ,li.-a ,tf ahtii,.t twe-nty
years' st ndill. I have bate'n treated ly .-
eral ai smart (*hy-ieian. a. we hatve in tho.


country and ttey edid t- lu 1t gomi.t hut two
hoxesofthissalve haseured me. -Mrm. Fassuir
Iriflin. Troy. Ala. (Chamherlain' .Salve i"
for aie by Titusville P'harma-y and all dt-al-

em.

Robbins & Graham Co.
(Incorporated)
Paid-Up Capital s25.000
This 'ompeny owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay

PRICES TO SUIT THE TIES
Send for land list
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TITUSVILLE a.D MIAMI.


TO TE DIRECTIONS

fPn n a at m Iybaif i" I.-
grieu tal ltI a Mtte
What will appear very interesting
to many people here is the article-
taken from a New York daily paper,
giving a simple prescription, as form-
ulated by a noted authority, who
claims that hehas found a positive
remedy to cure almost any case of
bsekaehe or kidney or bladder de-
r-tgenwnt. in the following simple
prescription, if taken before the stage
of brights disease:
Fluid extract dandelion, one-half
ounce; compound kargon, one ounce;
ror.pond syrup saamsaarilla, three
ounces. Shake well in a bottle and
take in teaspoonful doses after each
meal and again at bedtime.
A well-known druggist here at
home, when asked regarding this pre-
scription, stated that the ingredients
are all harmless, and can be obtained
at a small cost from any good pre-
scription pharmacy, or the mixture
would be put up if asked to do so.
He further stated that while this pre-
scription is often prescribed in rheu-
matic afflictions with splendid results
he could see no reason why it would
not be a splendid remedy for kidney
and urinary troubles and backache,
as it has a peculiar action upon the
kidney structure, cleansing these
most important organs and helping
them to sift aft filter from the blood
the foul acids and waste matter
which cause sickness and suffering.
Those of our readers who suffer can
make no mistake in giving it a trial.

Notice To Teachers
Office of Superintendent of Public In-
struction of BrevardCounty, Titusville,
Fla., Feb. 7th, 1908.
The following is a list of text books
to be used as the basis of the June ex-
amination, 1908:
Or thorphy-Reed's Word Lessons
(25c Maynard, Merrill & Co., New
York.
Beading-any standard author will
answer.
Composition-Maxwell and Smith's
Writing in English (75c), American
Book Co.
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65c),
American Book Co., Atlanta.
English Grammar-Metcalf's (60c),
American Book Co.
Florida History-Brevard and Ben-
nett's (60e), American Book Co. and
Fairbanks', H. & W. B. Drew Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.
U. S. History-Field's Grammar
School ($1), American Book Co.
Geography-Redway's Natural Ad-
avnced ($1.25), American Book Co.
Physiology-Coleman's Elements Of
(90c), The MacMillan Co., Atlanta.
Civil government- Yocum's Civil Gov-
ernment of Florida and the United States
($1), E. 0. Painter Co., DeLand, Fla.
Algebra- Milne's High School (1), The
MacMillan Co., Atlanta.
Physical Geography -Tarr's New ($1)
The MacMillan Co., Atlanta.
Theory and Practice---For all grades
---Classroom Management, by Bagley,
($1.25), The MacMillan Co., Atlanta,
Ga.
These books may be had of most
book dealers in the state, or from the
publishers by mail, postpaid, on receipt
of price. .JOHN R. WAL.KER,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.

COMFORTING WORDS

Many a Florida Household Will Find

Them So

IT"> ^1:V tl" p; :tl)" .alli ;, btl'! ii l.n
rla..;v 1.l ur xa cr* a 1 -,cV i";. r ,. Il t-ll Ic te.

mi.tkt .iy kidlne-y -ll: ti. r rittr-l'al Tr t.l-
liaC tlli-s gr:et <hj-lii, .*11i '. lar,,.x 'hil :igit
will lir-v,- .-ieifrtnii. re..r1l-. t.. hrUl:'lev-i- .!
Fhorijltt re.-.ilr-.
At. 4 i,-c!ili. -.atx a.ic. t H 1 I. -t .
Fl trill, !iw to,,1.> t. 11.-I ;iv : 'l" r,,I my
,xiiet-r i -,.ir itl I ,.' .'.' K i taiK-y l'ills 1 *:xn
st ,Itic '.y rcmiciti < I l l !ic III 1 :tiavcall< initi.'l t
o 'I it g ,.wo l iiif li iiict i l ,i the kl.:l y~- K n lti 'y
o.r pllait t i..'. leae'k: "r ti t -;f.isl I,"- -i uir ii 1
at int-rval-. l.ry ya'is. Tl.thfirt ,r s-.e-..,nd at-


tack I did nat minhiad. I-at ax. tini. we-ut by th, -
-re-tf w ,rc Aciil at tilh,-. laiil nime up.. I ,'*'13I4
hardly walk andl it W .- ;i *& itic- !t axatiri t'"
straighten after stooling while the kidin y ---
cr-tions were irregular and unnatural. Ik N'.
Kidut-y Pillc. ure-d a-. Frna Inr-oual drx-
peri-ure I know that tlis remetdly van bt- dc' -
pendedt upUn to fulfill the re-prc -ctiatin-,s
made for it."
For Sale by all dealetr. Pricet- At cnts
Feater-Milburn Co.. Butfalo. New Y-ork. ,)le-
agese- for the United States. Retnu-tc-er the-
nawme-Dua'as-and take no other.
This is Worth Reading
Leo F. Zeiaski, of wti4;ibuon St.. Buffalo.
N. Y.. says: "I cured the mont annoying cold
sores I ever had with Backleu's Arnica Salve.
I applied this slve once a day for two days.
when every trace of the sore wa" gone- U"-dals
all Sore. Sold under guarantee at Banner
Drug Store. S5c.


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FERTILIZERS ,

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from he report there mad what d reut
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tains looftvaluedlei-afor--Imaom Apply to

E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
Jos. Paxton, ,, Rockledge
J.M. Senders, Coco
A.T.Patillo Osteen
S. Bergman, Merritt
or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville







FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
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pm 118a 92t am Lv-...........E4Astkallka--...........Lv l- ,pu
p 125 pm ..........Ar..........HotelOrmond........ L ............
am 135pm t1105am L............ .. ..rmond ..................- .vI 3?;.-na
am 145pm 1117 am Lv-............. Daytona&............. .v 347 pin
-am 222 pm 1200n'n Lv............N...Lv, "2.1 pinm
am 17pm 112 pm ..............Tltusvllle ....... v' 1 pm
am 355 p 200 pm Lv........... RocklIedge............ v 127pm
~2 pm Lv ............. -Lanal!e.... ...... Iv Il41 an
...... 1247 pm L ............. Melbcurne........ ... Lv I411 am
am 600 pm 450 pm Lv-.......... Frtl'ieree ....... .v lO.-)am
am 755 pm 655 pm Ar.......We A lm Beach ........I.v 7 1 in
am 803 pm 705pm Ar......... Royal'uincaia ....... v 7- a-i
m I 12 pm 715 pm Lv.. .........Breakers.... Lv 7-', sit
am 1025 pm 1010 pMa Ar..............Miami........ .1. Lv, 4:-1 a.i
am ..........*,630am Lv...... .......Miami............. Arr*2. i.
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TO PALATKA Palatk Palatka EAST PALAT :A
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pjtk- TO SAR MATEC
4 30 am .....No. o. 45 Dlly....
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Sun. Sun.
only Only
200pm i 1010am
240pm pin1050am
246 Im i0n am
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n00 pm 800am Lv... Jackonvlllee.......Ar
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Daily Daily Dally Daily Dally
316pm 930am Lv. NewSmyrnaAr.' 100 pm 630pma 6 am l.vTitu- teAP
400pm 110 O am Lv. Lake Helen Lv. 1216 pma 6 01 pm 93Uam Ar. Santurd LI.
4 11 pm 1120am Lv. Orange City Lv. 12UR pm 4 40 pm
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t esmeestlms meade" llmail. with -stemssmpa of the P. mad 0. 5. S. Compmy. foer
Nassam.
C('mseteons meadet KiXaIIhts Ko nDeck for Key West mad Havana. lirrtt thip.
-eTlme* TIUXa TASILES show the times at whiek tralms may be expeode4 to so-
riva and depart fro.em ute veral statioea; but their arrival or departure ast tmhe
stated s mnot guarsnteed. er does the Compemy hold itself respoaelblo for say delay
or amy eomeaqum ncearlgM Iwh refroem.
Wor Conry of the w..o-al Timp. Card or Other uibfrmna' lea
**SF3 THI'IITE TICKET A.G 4NT,"
J. D RAHNER. Assistant eneal Pas. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA


Will Cure You.
The liver is the main-spring for the whole body. To expecr
good health, one must eop the liver in good order. To do
a regulator is needed. terb.le will put your liver in th.. con-
dition it should be and you will not suffer from headache.

A POSITIVE CURE
FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA
AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.

Has Done A World Of Good.
Mrs. C. D. Philley, Marble Falls, Texas. writes: "I have
used Herbine and find it the best liver corrective I have ever
tried. It done my family ad well as myself a world of good,
and I recommend it to my friend. I never su ur tram
headaches anymore."


SUc WILL BUY IT.

Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
oo0-o50 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO.


Sold and Recommended by

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TITUSV LLE, FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1908


NO.44


Nqot fow Oqss"Is ft l~eqe Bqt fog t1ke qood of Ot]Nqws Al~so.


MUSmii bd cabbtage plants for
J.. R. -LWE
Vadbljcy se feor alescheap
ur Maoe B ..en,
variety Clasas, CaaSauTm
An fillskigNtwiaial. Thmvile Ph'cy.
STha Novelaty Stre keeps books, sta-
doom @m aim -Pst cards, jewelry,
,t '- and toys, 6ent and 10-cent
amibMrs. L K Dodson..
Ms E L. Brady and little daughter
ILee asol Mimr Daisy Brady left Mow-
aftesoon for Fart Pierce, where
SM will visit with relatives for a week

M, M. L. Wetmore west to Mel-
hi te Wedmefday for a few days' vis-
M with Rev. ad Mrs. Miedge Walker.
s w lprobablly remn with them ov-
or Sunday.
tMr. C. B.Kingman has purchased five
Tm re ofn Ha Iss amok land in the

Sof R. W. Rhodesand wfl plant
Strange grove on the same.
Mr. M. T. Jeones, of Mims, was inT.-
ihNWls Moeday and paid TuE STA f-
See a pleasnt caL Mr. Jones has re-
eadtly had a rather severe attack of the
gdul butis improving. The attack w
beaught a by exposure in the rain while
M nga few weaks ago.
News ans eeesivad her. last week of
the mW oage f Mr. A. V. Kai-ses, of
to Kims Genevieve Hanan, of
MNN, Gwhih a o M nthe
oft at month. Mr. Baiea hae many
finds ai this section, whavinag aveled
Us east eefostfor several years, amnd
they al join in very best wishes for him
ad- Masbride.
Chrdch Notes
Grace crceh, Merritta, there will be
eveW prayer and sermon on Sunday
amt at y p. m. AD are cordially in-

Rev. WW. Stones will -a on Sun-
deW, Feb. 2b4 at Titusville at 11 a. m.
sad at Oak HOI at 3 p. .
DeaM Rebotteen wi ocniate in St.
Gohri ei cbmch, Tituesvle, on Sunday
smetat 70p. m., and on the same day
i St. Marks ch eaurche, Cocoa, at 11 a. n.
Preaching in the Presbyterian church
SUday at 7 p. a., Sunday school at 3
in the afternoon and prayermeeting at
w Tuesday *ftertMon
SA Ghost Paty
Wi= Helen Miller entertained her
department of the school Tuesday
evening with a ghost party.
h little guest came garbed in
suec a manner as to suggest the re-
at and seriousness of this barbaric
and-superstitious belief.
Among the features of the enter-
tainment was the telling of ghost
stories. To add to the weirdness of
the stories no light was used save
that furnished by the combustion of
wood alcohol.
At the conclusion of the stories
games were indulged in for a short
time. Then the affable hostess, aid-
ed by several of her pupils. dispensed
dainty refreshments, consisting of
lemonade, cake, nuts and candy.
The evening was ideal and all pres-
ent had a jolly time.
For Sale
Two fine lots, corner of Palm and Gar-
den streets, Titusville. Front on Palm !
street over 150 feet. JOHN HENRY.
Photograph Gallery
Go to Faust, the photographer, on
7Jaua street, for artistic photos. All
work first class and promptly attended
to. m pastel, water colors and
all uain a specialty.
The Alpine Hotel
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley. man-
e. On the European plan-furn-
S" esd n and quick lunch. Cen-
tosl I-leh d.


Nwoery Sock for Sale
3truaseek grown on high pine
I 1L UiSlRive Nursweries, etab-
ui I M. Send for eatalnoe.e
el@& m d WestPalm Beach. Fla.


Twnr o.d- LIATBST HEIS Special Sale at Kline's
Fur the"-rwb AID ICIDEIwffS T
f our prs alndiner hneof'
h- ato, men's andeboy's .?NMM l P k M"I k U MI t1 e e n dy m sto -
Are M here or nd us sand yard of Mwhmeier canumic
orders for your new suit and Tmravi M agg a M and lepereale in a dom dif-
furni. .. Bt Fresh Wuc's G. J ,ferent patterns for dremses, waists or
We e the latstes from T Fresh a G J men's shirts, 36 incheswide, cents
m ei .et akes ~as sh s Bros. & Tituvi P. y. and 19 cents per yard.
Co., Baltimore and New York, and Don't look at your face so often, but High de trunks and dress suit
other great style lade. Every look at your shoes and ee if they need cases at pice.
t new and -t-date repairing. Bad weather is coming. Call laiesbeautful silk elastic belts
Wearry the betgoods that mon- on D. P-c-r-u*a, shoemakerand repair- plain and emboe ed effects, mounted
ey can buy. Each and every item er with gilt, oxidized and gun metal
nteed and the re buckles 75 cents each.
a te id o t the most rea- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Otis, of Boston, Ladies' extension belts, the newest
One order makes a lasting usto- after spending a week here with Mr. novelty in the market in black and
mer. and Mrs. L. A. Brady, left yesterday brown leather, gilt buckles 75 cents
WINSTON S. BRANNING for Palm Beach andMiami. They ex-ies wash belts with bue-
The pect to p here again on their return Lai, wash blts with pearl buc-
T'Crhe ClothingStore next week.p h th kles, 59 cents and 75 cents each.
Ttanext weefWe are receiving daily large ship-
SMrs. Win. E. Salt, of Cincinnati, after me.gs of summer dry goods, cloth-
m N TS AT AUT. spending about two weeks in Titusville ing, shoes ladies' and gent's furnish-
TOWVN LAM S ATAUCTION with her friend, Mrs. C. B. Kingn, ings, whch our Mr. Kline has just
left the first of this week for Palm purchased in New York.
Andrew Tract at New Smyrna Beach. She wasverymuchpleased with Huck towels, 38 inches long with
to Sell Next Thuraday Titusville and we hope to see her down red striped borders, 12 cents each.
Today the city on the east coast of here nextseson. spring and summer styles, inate
Florida attracting the mest attention leather, gun metal vici; black tan
is New Smyrna, in olcusacounty. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES and white, priesgn from MatoN^
This city combincB the various ele- Shetland flos, Ge&iantown, Saxony Krippendorff & Dittmann make.
ments which go to build cities in Flor- Gas mantle and chimneys, lamps We will sacrifice all winter goods
ida. She has the best farming lands Art squares, carpet rs, mattings to make room for summer stock;
adjacent to her limits, has the best New line back coiminbs, plain whih will e the m temoleteever
hunting and any part of Trasrent post card enveloseen on the East Coast of Flrida
the state, the very best climate and "If you can't fiAnd it, try" seen on the East Coast of Florida.
S state, county wherelimate and CAs A. GA 'Phone 34 Mail orders promptly filled on any
is in county where ve C A GAm of the3 abovq goods.
methods in the building of hard sur- JfM kss KN" Titusville.
faced roads is telling in the general "A Box of Monkeys."Juus Ktvil
plan of development There is no The entertainment at the opera house The Ford Runabout
reason why New Smyrna should not last night, given by local talent, was
doable ber n in the next well attended and everyone was well Mr. L C. Oliver, of Jacksonville,
pol i h of t 2,500,is time a pleased with it. Our space this morn- state agent for the Ford automobile,
population in themonths of ing will not permit us to particularize, arrived Sunday afternoon from ack-
about 1,00. but the musical part of the programme, sonville in a Ford four-cylinder run-
During the past two years she has rendered by Mr. Arthur W. Smith and about, having made the trip in about
added. argey to her building and his sister on the piano, and Mrs. Den- ten hours running time from Jack-
some of the new structures are ham's solo, was fine. soinVW jping at Daytona two
among the best to be found along the Mrs. C. J. Denham, Miss Elsie Ives, days. The run from Daytona to Ti-
east entire coast. Her business men Mis Sophie Smith, Messrs. Bert Ives tusville was made in three hours
are progressive and are accepting the and Arthur W. Smith played their parts a havilleover the in three hou arsand
advantages which are apparent on ev- a n "Ar B fmplaye" a h inr a half over the very rough and grown
ery had to foree the growth of the well in "A Box of Monkeys," a fine
plae.e little comedy drama. The farce "A up road from Oak Hill to Mims,
The result of their enerpriseand Hot Massage," made lots of fun.* The which is pronounced a disgrace to the
progress is felt today in the general entertainment closed with a dance, north end of Brevard and the ex-
trend for advan,,ement along every treme south end of Volusia.
line. New Smyrna is attracting Early Boyd Killed by Engine Mr. Oliver spent Monday in Titus-
more northern visitors this year than Early Boyd. a son of James Boyd, ville and showed the Ford to many of
cope of these industries which bring of Sanford, formerly of Mims, was his friends, all of whom were elated
to her a good and substantial trade killed by a freight engine at Oak with the performances of this wion-
in the summer. There are some of Hill Tuesday. He made attempt at derful little car. No doubt there
the best orange groves in the state stepping on the cow catcher after will be several of these cars purchased
around New Smyrna and the best attending a switch when the train here within a short time.
truck lands are to be had there. The was in motion, lost his footing and Mr Oliver has had his runabouts
fishing industry and the oyster trade slipped, falling under the locomotive Mr. Oliver has had his runabouts
are factors in making up the business which passed over his legs, severing built to track 60 inches to fit the or-
life of New Smyrna. the right limb near the hip joint and dinary country sand roads. The sand
The hotel accommodations are good the left leg just below the knee. roads of this section leading off from
and there is everything to promise a He was carried at once to the rail- the marl roads were traveled with
rapid growth. Recently the Andrews way hospital at St. Augustine, but t
tract in the very center of the busi- died on the operating table. comfort and good time by this ma-
ness and resident section of the city The body was brought here yes- chine, which was really a revelation
has been acquired, after having been terday and buried in LaGrange cem- to our people.
held for years, and lots in that tract etery in charge of B. of R. T., Mr. Mr. Oliver returned to Jackson-
are to be sold at auction on Thursday, J. L. Boyd, brother of the deceased, .
February 27. When these lots are accompanied the btly from St. Aug- ville Monday night via F. E. C. train,
sold they will go to those who are to ustine to Titusville. Deceased was the runabout leaving Tuesday morn-
build business houses or homes, about 19 years of age. ing for lk-Land in charge of his super-'
intendent. Mr. Me'ants. They left.
Ennis Gets Artesia Mail Contract Fine Monday Offerings of Men's ; -ks(,nville e; -i.i a ,runal.ut.
Mr. J. D. Ennis, of this place, has Clothing i* -!.r, oi.,,f th.~; i I):.y.,, a with-
been awarded the contract f,r air-! Time is mon'. Ths is th m- ,n r',,,t. h* !:rci:a.r .tir:
ryin- the mails between Titus~.'liand the monetv is in the rlution ... .
we have in in aIl lbrok-,-; !ulnt oS ol
and Art'esia for four years fr n tht ha', m::* i i brk. !i
lIt -f .nuly next. \vh, r. the ; e pt h''.'.t .' want- : : '
contract (,-e d 1y Capt. I i.-chr 1. u' hi- ';;'. ;, : '. it ", a ... -'- .
pir-s. This w ill not "nt rf,, ; :. ltt- ,o ,t -, ,.
Mr. Enni s b. ks th l. i.--. I. Ki i *.' ..... ....
MIr. !Unm b:tnis'...--- ". "
he \\il! leave a comln tent '..n n liml k ,'., i ,: i ,- .- ,rh ;,:t: :t ,, -1 : m- t t ..: -1 2
charge on the alternate w .,k that the m ai: servit-e .i< .*sir,- s ;,is m u" m.-. .... .;:... :,,.:. .- '..
timt. 1 Men's sa-k -U!tsot fancy cheviots. 1r -e ean:i al! ,,t..r p,,t that it -
Sblack thil.ts ailt unfinished \w.rstedls trains are scheulc t, st...
Fine Place For Sale at o$10. t, $16.50. Trhi v. ill ent l, the. p..,pl. t* ,e:na>.
A vet-ry unusual gathering, tf'.n's at thu a'! re th asn,:gtt.n -
Fine orange grove property at City white shirts at $1.50 and colo,.hdt birthuia:. hall. Y.ur vt.ry trly..
Point. on Indian river. Sixty acres of "irts at 1.0 Ai. F. 'I IIS(,.
land, 2,tW) bearing trees, oranges, tan- .hir e a t $1. .
gerines and grape-fruit. Goddellng Neglige cat style with cutf. at- Cash Discount Withdrawn
house well supplied with water by wind tached, made of finest quality o Ca.h l)iscount withdrawn
mill and tank. Excellent barn. serv- cambric, madras and fancy cheviots On March lt we will discontinue our
ant's house, etc. A beautiful and ideal ever used in shirts at this price, var- plan of making a discount of "'5 ptr cent
spot for a winter home and with proper ious sleeve lengths, $1.W each. or cash with ,rier." A new n-.t cash
management could be made topay large I Another lot at5O centseach, worth price list will be issued on that date.
returns. Apply to W. B. Hentz, City ,5 cents and $1.00). If you do not receive ,nea [ptal wils
Point, Fla. Men's shoes and oxfords. smart EAST O.T Ir & StmA. ('..


and dressy, patent leather, vwi6 gun
Orange and Grapefruit Trees j metal and Russia leather, in'black
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high, and tan, Hanan and W. L. Douglass For Sale
hickory hammock. Free from white makes, prices $2.50 to $6.-. 1 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at
fly. One year to two year old buds.: Juuus KUNE. 4j.00 per pair, if taken at 2 months old.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful- Titusville Fla. now about 6 weeks old; also 6 Berkshire
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill fine condition. Addey od wagon
station. J. W. GRIFFIm A cool drink at a cool place at E.n. A NoR .
Shiloh, Fla. MANDY'S. Malabar, Fla.


LOCAL GOSSIP

j AND PERSONALS

iNmg tHg amORt tae epH e of r"-
a TU f T ej CMamof
10.,N Surehead cabbage plants for
sale. J. R. WAL .
Mr. John D. Vann and son, Mr. Jam
SVann, of Shiloh, were in town Monday
and paid their respects at Tua STAn of-
fice.
iWe call attention this week to the
*-*wen, ent of Mr. A. J. Carter, of
Turnbull, for fomninution before the
coming primary for member of the
school board from district No. 1.
Forty dollars will buy a large second
hand Rider-Ericssonhotair engine. Will
burn any fuel or rubbish such as can hbe
picked up in orange groves. Just the
thing for irrigation. Apply or address
STAR office.
Walden, the Magician, exhibited his
mysterious acts of legerdemain to a
slim -ttend-m-e at the Titusville Opera
House Wednesday night. Most of his
feats are truly wonderful and amaing-
ly full of mystery.
The work of marling the county road
in district No. 5 is being pushed on as
rapidly as possible. As soon as the un-
evenness of the newly laid marl can be
overcome the road will be a great im-
provement. At present the driving is
pretty rough.
A telegram was received here Tues-
day awnuming the death of Mrs. D.
St. Clair Nisbet, of Indianola. The
deepest sympathy of friends is extend-
ed to the husband and relatives of the
deceased young wife in this their sad-
dest hour of affliction and bereavement.
Rev. John W. Walker, who was with
his father in the church work here two
years ago, is expected to arrive in a
few days from Connecticut to spend
some time with his father and mother,
Rev. and Mrs. Milledge Walker, at
Melbourne. He has been compelled to
give up his work for a time on account
of serious eye trouble. An older broth-
er, who has been in China for some
years, is also on his way to join the
family at Melbourne.
Death of Richard Rocker
Richard Rocker, one of the oldest
residents of Mims, died at the home
of his brother in Savannah on Mon-
day forenoon, the 17th int.
He was born in Langen, Province
of Hanover, Germany, in 1863, con-
sequently was 44 years of age. He
emigrated to the United States in
1881 and became a resident of Mims
August 9th, 1885, and took out his
naturalization papers on May 9th.
1892. He is survived by father and
mother, a brother and two sisters in
Germany aside from the brother in
Savannah above mentioned.
He made a ten-acre orange g:-. ve
in Turnbull hammock and also hia a
small grove on pine land.
He had been in failing h.altih for
. tnm. tinm past and left for Saan-
nah only a f,,w weeks ao, decliningg
raVpidly with cri.umpti>,. which
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