The Florida star ( February 21, 1908 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
February 21, 1908


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

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

Related Items

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

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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 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.



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-
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
cau!-hi iis ,it.'ail .
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\ oodtl For Sjl'

O pn.*. l,;,:iit' .! .i:' ;' ht'a :.. -:.,
arnc-, at P'a!i 'harst h t,.'. "'. t.-.!,.
For Sale Cheap For Cash
A-:>iot s? acros of u the ea.t ,,r ocean of the Indian ri\ at the Narrows. described au. flows
Lot No. 3. section :0.. also lot No. :3, -.c-
tion :3;. in township 31 south. range :3.
tast. This land is unimproved but tine-
Iv h-atetd. For further particulars ad-
dre-ss E. M. Low,
Brock ton. Mass.

D)rayingtr haulingof all kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
H. E. Hoi.ToN.
Titusville. Fla.
A cool drink at a cool place at

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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. 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. 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.


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.

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
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
l-talrnaiie. Friday. Feb. ;**th. Imlfrl.inl, :i!
em,>|t-r sth.p.
Natliata. Tma,-'iay. Mcih. 3rd. IIM|||. at l|I-

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-


Robbins & Graham Co.
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

Send for land list
Orvneass ...


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
Beading-any standard author will
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,
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.


Many a Florida Household Will Find

Them So

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liaC tlli-s gr:et <hj-lii, .*11i '. lar,,.x 'hil :igit
will lir-v,- .-ieifrtnii. re..r1l-. t.. hrUl:'lev-i- .!
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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.



Seld forone of o Vetable Pmphlet d e
from he report there mad what d reut
ehadbythe sM oof the Mapes i
r yew mg st hein tim terible dth. It cMe-
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



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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
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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-
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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
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w DOINGS OF THE Express of-Town Paid on Orders All Out-|LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

rPRESENT; WEEK For the past several weeks we have I}. AND INCIDENTS Bargains Ji Every Department ( AND PERSONALS
been receiving daily large shipments MONDAY, FEB. 24, 1908. i
of our spring and summer line of <
'::Pingent Jones Pertaining to Events i clothing, shoes,hats,men's and boy's Personal Paragraphs About People that I sand We yards have ready of Manchester more than cambric a thou- Something About the People of TitnsTilleasTlieyConieaDdGo -

Come here send
t Transpiring About Town iD I your furnishings.orders for your new or suit and us i; Travel Here and There 1 I and Marcelle percale in a dozen dif

'ferent patterns for dresses,waists or Imen's | "
? 10,000 Surehead cabbage plants forK furnishings.We !pest Fresh WELCH'S' GRAPE JUICE. j 10,000 Surehead cabbage plants for
have the latest from I' shirts, 36 inches wide, 15 cents ;i
_sale. J. R. W ALItER. I styles I sale. -
:such fine makers as Schloss Bros. & Titusville Pharmacy. j and 19 cents per yard. J. R. WALKER.Mr. .

t Second-hand bicycles for sale cheapat I Co., Baltimore and New York and : Don't look at your face so often, but I Ii High grade trunks and dress suit I i John D. Vann and son, Mr. John

Indian River Music House. other great style leaders. Every i look at your shoes and see if they need cases at half price.Ladies' j I Vann, of Shiloh, were in town Mondayand

* 2 I' v Choicest variety CIGARS, CIGARETTESand thing new and uptodate.We repairing. Bad weather is coming. Callon beautiful silk elastic belts, : paid their respects at THE STAR of-
and embossed effects mounted :
SmokingMateriaL Titusville Ph'cy. carry the best goods that mon- D. Pacignana, shoemaker and repair- plain ;
with gilt oxidized and metal I fice.We
ey can buy. Each and item gun t
books sta- er. t call attention this week to the '
The Novelty Store keeps guaranteed, and sold at the most rea- buckles 75 cents each. j
? tionery, 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 '

candy and toys, 5-cent 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 ,

counters. L M. Dodson. and Mrs. L* A. Brady, left yesterdayfor brown leather, gilt buckles 75 cents coming primary for member of the

Mrs. E. L. Brady and little daughter mer.WINSTON S. BRANNING i Palm Beach and\Miami. They expect each.Ladies' wash belts with pearl buckles school board from district No. 1. I

,Lucile also Miss Daisy Brady left Mon- The ClotliingrStore' to stop here again on their return, 59 cents and 75 cents each. : Forty dollars will buy a large secondhand 'in

.:day afternoon for Fort Pierce, where Titusville Florida. next week. We are receiving daily large ship- Rider.Ericsson hot air engine. Will .

they will visit with relatives for a weekor Mrs. Wm. E. Salt, of Cincinnati,after men s of summer dry goods, clothing burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be h t
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so. spending about two weeks in Titusville shoes, ladies' and gent's furnishings picked up in orange groves. Just the 1

Mrs. M. L. Wetmore went to Melbourne TOWN LOTS AT AUCTION with her friend, Mrs. C. B. Kingman, which our Mr. Kline has just thing for irrigation. Apply or address

left the first of this week for Palm purchased in New York. STAR office.
Wednesday for a few days' visit Andrews Tract at New Smyrnato
Huck towels 38 inches long withed
with Rev. and Mrs. Milledge Walker. Beach. She was very much pleased with Walden, the Magician, exhibited his
borders 12 each.Ladies' .
I striped '
Sell Next Thursday Y
Titusville and we hope to see her down
She will probably remain with them ov- shoes and oxfords, latest mysterious acts of legerdemain to a

er Sunday. Today the city on the east coast of here next season.FURNITURE spring and summer styles, in patent slim attendance at the Titusville Opera

'_ Mr. C. B.Kingman has purchased five Florida attracting the most attentionis leather, gun metal, vici: black tan House Wednesday night. Most of his

acres of splendid hammock land in the New Smyrna, in Volusia county. DRY GOODS, SHOES and white, prices from $2.00 to$4.00, feats are truly wonderful and amazingly -
This city combines the various elements Shetland floss, Ge&iantown, SaxonyGas Krippendorff & Dittmann make. full of mystery.
Turnbull hammock adjoining the orange which go to build cities in f or- mantle and chimneys, lamps We will sacrifice all winter goodsto
f grove of R. W. Rhodes and will plant ida. She has the best farming lands Art squares, carpets, rugs, mattingsNew make room for summer stock, The work of marling the county roadin

,out an orange grove on the same. adjacent to her limits, has the best line back combs, inlaid, plain which will be the most complete ever district No. 5 is being pushed on as t
hunting and fishing of any part of Transparent post card envelopes"If rapidly as possible. As soon as the unevenness }
Mr. M. T. Jones, of Mims, was in Ti- can't find it try"CHAS. seen on the East Coast of Florida.
tusville Monday and paid THE STAR of- the state, the very best climate and .you A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 Mail orders promptly filled on any of the newly laid marl can be

fice a pleasant call Mr. Jones has recently is in a county where progressive of the above goods. overcome the road will be a great im-
methods in the building of hard surfaced JULIUS KLINE Titusville. At the is
provement. driving
had a rather severe attack of the I roads is telling in the general "A Box of Monkeys."
grip, but is improving.. The attack was -- pretty rough.
plan of development. There is no
The entertainment at the house
: brought on by exposure in the rain while reason why New Smyrna should not The Ford RunaboutMr. i. A telegram was received here Tues
f' last night, given by local talent, was
: out hunting a few weeks ago. double her population in the next well attended and well L. C. Oliver, of Jacksonville, day announcing the death of Mrs. D.
two years and she has at this time a everyone l St. Clair Nisbet, of Indianola. The
News was received here last week of pleased with it. Our this morning state agent for the Ford automobile,

i, the marriage of Mr. A. V. Baisden, of population of about 2,500, with a will not permit us space to particularize, arrived Sunday afternoon from Jacksonville I deepest sympathy of friends is extended -
in the months of
population summer : to the husband and relatives of the
Atlanta, to Miss Genevieve Hanan, oft about 1,500. but the musical part of the programme, in a Ford four-cylinder run-

,-, .Dalton, Ga., which occurred on the 5th During the past two years she has I rendered by Mr. Arthur W. Smith and about, having made the trip about deceased young wife in this their sad-
hour of affliction and bereavement.Rev. .
"J of this month. Mr. Baisden has many addedjargely to her building and I his sister on the piano, and Mrs., Denlam's ten hours running time from Jack-

f : friends in this section,_ having traveledthe some of the 'new structures are solo, was fine. --- 40 sonVl1r ;1Stopping at Daytona two John W. Walker, who was with

-. east coast for several years, and among the best to be found along the Mrs. C. J. Denham. Miss Elsie Ives, The from to Ti- his father in the church work here two

;1 they all join in very. best wishes for him east entire coast. Her business men Miss Sophie Smith, Messrs. Bert Ives days. run Daytona years ago, is expected to arrive in a

and his bride. are progressive and are accepting the and Arthur W. Smith played their tusville was made in three hours anda few days from Connecticut to spend
advantages which are apparent on every half over the very rough and grownup some time with his father and mother.
well in "A Box of Monkeys, a fine -
Church Notes hand to force the growth of the road from Oak Hill to Mims, Rev. and Mrs. Milledge Walker, at
place. little comedy drama. The farce "A 9

Grace church, Merritts, there will be 1 The result of their enterprise and Hot Massage," made lots of fun.. The which is pronounced a disgrace to the Melbourne. He has been compelled to.give .
and Sunday I north end of Brevard and the up his work for a time on accountof
evening prayer sermon on is felt today in the general entertainment closed with a dance. extreme -
next at 3 p. m. All are cordially in trend for advancement along every I south end of Volusia.Mr. serious eye trouble. An older brother -

vited. New Early Boyd Killed by Engine who has been in China for some
} line. Smyrna is attractingmore Oliver spent Monday in Titus ,
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach Sunday northern visitors this than : years is also on his way to join the
._ on year I Early Boyd. a son of James Boyd, ville and showed the Ford to many of:
Feb. 23rd at Titusville at 11 ever before and is also enlarging the family at Melbourne.
a. m. I
of Sanford, formerly of Mims, was his friends, all of whom were elated
f. and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. scope of these industries which bringto
Dean Robottom will officiate in St. her a good and substantial tradein killed by a freight engine at Oak with the performances of this wonderful Death of Richard Rocker

the summer. There are some of Hill Tuesday. He made attempt at little car. No doubt there
Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sunday Richard Rocker, one of the oldest i
next at 7:30 p. m., and on the same dayin the best orange groves in the state stepping on the cow catcher after will be several of these cars purchased residents of Mims, died at the homeof
around New Smyrna and the best attending a switch when the train
here within a short time. his brother in Savannah on Monday -
St. Marks church, Cocoa, at 11 a. m.
truck lands are to be had there. The was in motion, lost his footing and forenoon the 17th inst.
Mr. Oliver has had his runabouts ,
Preaching in the Presbyterian church fishing industry and the oyster trade slipped, falling under the locomotive, He was born in Langen, Provinceof

Sunday at 7 p. m., Sunday school at 3 are factors in making up the business which passed over his legs, severingthe built to track 60 inches to fit the or- Hanover, Germany, in 1863, con-

in the afternoon and prayermeeting I at life of New Smyrna. right limb near the hip joint and dinary country sand roads. The sand sequently was 4.t years of age. He

3 Tuesday afternoon.A The hotel accommodations are good the left leg just below the knee. roads of this section leading off from emigrated to the United States in '

and there is everything to promise a He was carried at once to the rail- the marl roads were traeledvitl 1881 and became a resident of Mims ,

Ghost Party rapid growth. Recently the Andrews way hospital at St. Augustine but August 9th, 1885, and took out his
in the died the table. comfort and good time by this ma- rr
tract very center of the busi- on operating naturalix-tion papers on May 9th,
Miss Helen of Miller the school entertained her ness and resident section of the city The body_was brought. here yesterday chine, which was really a revelationto 1892. He is survived_by father and Jt
department Tuesday has been acquired, after having been i and buried in LaGrange .
our mother, a brother and two sisters in
evening Each little with a guest ghost came party.garbed in held for years, and lots in that tract etery in charge of B. of R. T.,cern-I Oliver returned to Jacksonville -I I. Germany aside from the brother in ,
are to be sold at auction on Thursday, J. L. Boyd, brother of the I Savannah above mentioned.
such a manner as to suggest the reality Monday night via F. E. C. train, p
February 27. When these lots accompanied the body from St. Augustine
are I He made a ten-acre orange grtve j'f
and seriousness of this barbaric
sold they will go to those who are to to Titusv ille. Deceased was the runabout leaving Tuesday morning I in Turnbull hammock and also had a

'and Among superstitious the features belief.of the entertainment build business houses or homes. about 19 years of age. for DeLand in charge of his superintendent i: small grove on pine land. i .

c was the telling of ghost i )'Ir.IcCants. They left}!],i! He had been in failing health for r

stories. To add to the weirdness of Ennis Gets Artesia Mail ContractMr. Fine Monday Offerings of Men' Jacksonville each with a runabout, some time pa.t and left for Savan-

stories used J. D. Ennis of this Clothing nah only a few weeks ago declining ai
the no light was save place, ha. I selling one of them in Daytona without -
that furnished by the combustion of Time is This is the time rapidly with consumption, which
been awarded the contract for carrying money. i any effort{ the purchaser hunting eau-ed l his death. -
wood alcohol.At and the monl'Vis i in the reduction:
the mails bet\n>enTitu.i11and have ; thorn up while thi-v: were inthateitv 0" unt> Judge Wilson has appointed -
the conclusion of the stories we made in all broken line of ;
games were indulged in for a short Artcsia for four years from the I overcoats and suits. -- : L. K. Mover to look after the orange -

1st of July next when the The who !! Notice crop f ,
time. Then the affable hostess, aided present man wants to brighten
by several of her pupils, dispensed contract (heM by Capt. Fischer) expires I up: his wnt: rot)(,can do it now at v ervi i Eau Gallic Fla., Feb. 17, 1906. '' the regular proceedings of settling :

dainty refreshments, consisting of This will not int'rfei"ith I little co::t. Stylish, splondiiilv! rnadvj i ij i Ialituiut Tfli. FI."I'\: : T\C. : up the estate. u ;

lemonade, cake, nuts and candy. j A.l B Khseh':H,.m suits and ovi'?foi'S t i
Mr. Ennis's blacksmith business a. 1'1t'3s make n:.t.ce in this issue of Wood For Sale f
in these f.tu'd
The evening was ideal and all pres- i i price groups: i
ent had a jolly time. he will leave a competent man in Black oxford and fancy mixed ,i your paper that on the: night of Fen 22j Pine or oak, any length. Also plowing ,
the < north and south
I night trains
charge on the alternate week days 1, overcoats at ASS to S15.00. All were !j', wm at Eau Galiu goT to take and harrowing See or address, :
on -
stop passIergers
V. .'Jamison Titusv ilk Fla.
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For that the mail service requires his much mor.. ; for Titusville.! UockJetfce, Fort ? .
Men's sack suits of fancy cheviots i i Pierce and all other points that these r
Two fine lots of Palm and Gar- time. I WantedOne
corner : q
black thibcts and unfinished worstedsat : trains are scheduled; to stop.
den streets, Titusville. Front on Palm will enable hundred laj ht.'ns. small sized
S10.00 to 516.50. i Thi the people t' remain ing ;
JOHN HENRI.' Fine Place For Sale
street over ISO feet. j A wry unusual the'ringofml'n's : at Lau Gallie for the Washington's broilers, eggs. *-untrv" produce, fish aDd k tl

I Fine orange grove property at City white shirts at $1.30 and colored i( birthday ball. Yours very truly, game, at I'alrrhurst hotel, Titusville. ri
Photograph GalleryGo Point, on Indian ri\er. Sixty acres of i G. F. I'ADDIsON.Cash ,
at $1.01.Neglige
land, 2,000) bearing trees oranges, tan- j I - For Sale Cheap For Cash
Faust the on
to photographer i coat style with cuffs attached '
Julia street, for artistic photos. All gerines and grape-fruit. Good duelling made of finest of Discount Withdrawn Abut Sari acres of good high land on x
house well supplied with water by wind the cat side of the Indian river
or ocean
I work first class and attendedto. tat
colors and mill and tank. Excellent barn, servo I cambric, madras and fancy cheviotsever On March 1st we will discontinue cur the Narrows, described a.s follows
Crayon, pastel, water ant's house, etc. A beautiful and ideal I used in shirts at this price, various i plan of making discount" of ";percent Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec
oil paintmgs a specialty. spot for winter home and with proper sleeve lengths, $1.00 each. for cash with order. A new net caprice ->h tion 3t>. in township: south, range 39 ,
management could be made to pay large Another lot at50 centseach, worth : list will be issued on that date. east. This land is unimproved but finely -
The Alpine Hotel returns. Apply to W. B. Hentz, City II 75 cents and $1.00. If YOU do not receive one a pvstal will located. For further particulars ad- 1 .

Titusville, Fla., F. A. Lesley, man- Point, Fla.Orange. Men's shoes and oxfords, smart : bring it to you. dress{ E. M. Low,
--- --- ---- I Brockton Mass.
ager. On the European plan-furn- 'and dressy, patent leather, viqh gun ,
ished rooms and quick lunch. Centrally and Grapefruit Trees metal and Russia leather, in clack '
For Sale
located. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high and tan, Hanan and W. L. Douglass braying t
}:.; hickory hammock. Free from white I makes prices $2.50 to $6.00. I I 15 pairs Berkshire and Jersey pigs at Draj ing or hauling of all kinds promptly i
"' Nursery Stock for Sale i fly. One to two old buds. I JGucsKux $iOO' per pair, if taken at 2 months old, attended to. Meet all trains. I .
year year now about 6 weeks old also 6 Berkshire H. E. HOLTON, ,
:- Citrus stock grown on high pine Prices from 23; to 35 cents. Carefully -I Titusville Fla. I brood sows; also a heavy; wwd wagon in Titusv ile! Fla. i

'-J land. Indian River Nurseries, estab- packed and delivered at Oak Hill t fine condition. Address
lished 1886. Send for catalogue. station. J. W. GRIFFIS, A cool, drink at a cool place at F E. ARNOLD. A cool drink at a cool place at

:. Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Shiloh, Fla. I :\IA DY'S. II Malabar, MANDY'S.

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.;. <"" };'."':p- ... Caught. a Trunkback.. GOLD IN LOCUST POSTS.Poor HAKE THIS ACCORDING ITO

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: -:-: Lad's Lucky Find Through an 1
: : y: V Captain Chas. Thomas had an exciting Act of Kindness. THE DIRECTIONSPrepare \

experience while out with a
N. contractor of
Samuel Brown a MAPE8
: party on board of the yacht Barracaus nillsboro, O. just after Christmas pur- it at Home By Shaking Ingredients I THE

s Saturday. The party was opt fora chased from a Ripley (0.) firm of lumber -

sail aon;! the ocean beach and never dealers a large lot of locust posts Well is a Bottle i it

?= s 'thought that they would be connected which had been cut within a short distance :- What will appear very interestingto D FERTILIZERS :

eve':1t of Ripley for shIpment north.
with the which! transpiredwhen people here is the article
The first (-arloa-J of these posts went many
near the house of refuge. recently: to Cleveland O, and In loading taken from a New York daily paper, a

t ;,The fun started by Captain Thompson it there were two rather rong'a giving simple prescription,as form- Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see

driving a harpoon into a trunkback looking timbers passed Into the car ulated by a noted authority who from the reports there made what good results
-s turtle which right. hen made things says a Ripley correspondent of the Cincinnati D were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this iI .
claims that he has found positive
__- lively in his effort to get away and Enquirer. The consignment a year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It con

for stx hours did not give up his strug- reached Cleveland promptly and was remedy to cure almost any case of tains lots of valuadle information. Apply tot

'; unloaded In the yards n the Lake City. backache or kidney or bladder de- ,

_ .... iT' -gle.The trunkback is a rare species of Mr. Brown's Inspector was there to receive rangement, in the following simple t$ E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
them and promptly cast aside the : Jos. Paxton RockledgeJ.
_ '' turtle and his haunts are in the deep prescription, if taken before the stageof ,
two timbers as rejected, leaving them Cocoa "
_: est waters of the gulf stream. As : lying apart. brights disease: i M. Sanders, I

.' .- soon as the harpoon was fastened in I A little fourteen-year-old boy was In Fluid extract dandelion, one-half A. T. Patillo, OsteenS.

: ;- y the turtle he began to swim for the the yard with a hand cart gathering ounce; compound kargon, one ounce; Bergmann, Merritt 1

ad- reef and continued out into the ocean chips and kindling refuse to take to compound syrup sarsaparilla, three

the home of bis widowed mother near to J. R. TYSEN Jacksonville t
keeping close to the bottom all of the ounces. Shake well in a bottle and or t>
by. The bustling chap was asked by
time. the kind hearted inspector if he would take in teaspoonful doses after each i
Six hundred feet of harpoon linp
like to take the two posts home with meal and again at bedtime.A .

rF were drawn ont by the monster and to hm.! The lad was only too glad to accrpt well-known druggist here at

.. keep the reptile from getting away the or er. The boy on reachinghis
home, when asked regarding this pre-
Captain Thompson was forced to bind (:nalid hick yard quarters borrowed -

on two large hawsers of the yacht. an ax and proceeded to split the. scription, stated that the ingredientsare

From about twelve o'clock until five gnarled pieces of locust. In the first all harmless, and can be obtainedat FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYa

t: o'clock in the afternoon the heavy turtle I piece chopped lao he found a bg! -a small cost from any good pre j
piece yellow metal larger than a silver pharmacy a
continued his struggle but at last ; sc'ription or the mixture 1908
;r ", would be put if asked to do so.
the persistency of Capt. Thompson up
Much astonished he took the yellowpiece
No. 73 No. 74 No. 9S !
No. 99 No. JJ No. 29
'fl won andthe huge, creature was to hi mother asking what It He further stated that while this pre- Dally I Daily I Dally : STATIONS Daily Daily I Deily'SOUpm

brought. alongside and secured. might l>e. and she. although .of the scription is often prescribed in rheu- WOO am 700 am Lv..JacksonvWe.... .... Arl! 7JpI J 7.'pmI53oam

Y' { The trunkback turtle Is real curiosity opinion that it was money, directedhim matic afflictions with resultshe 910pm UOOam 8.20 am .......... Ana a
splendid 1015 pm lU8 am 928 am ........... -. '& ........... 511 pm :5i: pm 113 am
even to the men who follow the to take the piece to a certain could it would I1S2 12. --. .'r..lloteIOrmO&d..L\ .....---..... pm '.... ...... -
see no reason why imm pm ___.. ... ... 412...
Cleveland bunker the knew and ascertain 120' 13. 1105 am 'Lv .rirmond. .Lv: 31 pm 356. ,
water for a livelihood. The one captured not be a splendid remedy for kidneyand 12U am 143 pm 1117 am Lv.............Daytona..L& 307 pa Sit pa : 41. asuSi
if it had any value. The child am 222 1200n'n 'Lv..ewSmyrna.,....... Lv 250 pm lli..i.U.m;
i by Capt. Thompson'' is a very hastened to the banking house and urinary troubles and backache, 156 am 3n pm pm 112 pm Lv--...". .....Tituavitte. ......... Lv III pen' 213 P'ID I %10..
a' .... ..... 144..
239 am 355 pm 200 pm Lv..Kockledte. .Lvl L'27 pm U7 pia
f large one and weighs about 1,000 when the man of money saw the coin as it has a peculiar action the .... ....... list .
... Founds: The people who were on the he asked where it came from demand- upon === ::::::::: ; p pm in !Lv..Melbourne..:::.:::::::Lv'1141' :: ::::::::::,:::::=

kidney structure, cleansing these SIam 600pm 450 :Lv. .........FortFlerce ........ .. Lv! 18cO am 1136 pa llU pa
.3 yacht during the fight with the turtle Ing of the youngster to tell him If 71.5 am 756 pm 655 pm .......-We..t 1'alm Heacb..Lv, 740 am 945 as foe pa
there were others like it where most important organs and helping 725 am 803 pm 70. pm ,.Ar..ltoyal l'uinciana..Lv; 7 p am 887 am 860 p.
z were very proud of the capture as but any 7;)! am 812 pm 7U pm Lv...... .......Yoreaken..Lv 725 am:' v:! am 846 pm
visitors boast of this one was found. The boy did not them to sift arW! filter from the blood 101.tam lU2. pm 1010 pm Ar.............Miamt.... .,..... ...Lv -I30a1l'7haJll' 600pID
I few winter can a know. The banker then took him into the foul acids and waste matter 1100 am .......... *630 am !LV_..... Ar,. 21) pm.... ....... Soo pa
day's sport as interesting and excit 11-10 am ......... .*930 am Ar.. .. .II<>mt"'tl'&lJ..Lv..U-lU. IUD ......... 1220 pa400pm
e [r- his automobile, and they whirled awayto which cause sickness and suffering. .........: ........,.!Ar... ....hnbsht's Key Dv< ...... .Lv'',......... ,....... ..'4000aa
ing. where the wood pile lay. + Daily except: I'nnl.arPot..LATKABRANCn
Those of readers who suffer
our can
Those enjoying the rare sport with Sure enough there It all was Intact-

a,,. i Capt. Thompson were D. E. Dangler J. ax. locusts and chips-and when the make no mistake in giving it a trial. Leave I EAST PALATKA I Arrive { { Leave PALATKA TO I Arrlv

'-; > H. Coggswell Geo. T. Bishop :Mr. Mas- banker made several iigtre whacks into Palatka East TO PALATKA ..Palatka i: Pltk EAST TALAT.IA P .

e terton Fred W.'Stevens and Arnold C the old wood the result disclosed nine Notice To Teachers 520 am ........ '. 46 liaily540 am (. 545 am ......No. 47 Pally.::-....I.I am
a more big yellow spheres exactly like Office of Superintendent of Public In- I 620 am ........Xo. 48 Dally...... 6 40 an955am 91.1 am .... No. i* D_. T ... .1 i 820 s1a
Saunders Jr. all of Cleveland O. 935 am _... ...Xo. 50 Dally.! ....... I I 130 am : Dav.y...... II *' tMI
the one which had been brought to struction of BrevardCounty, Titusville, .. .. ... I
1205 pm ..Xo. 52 Daily..1225 pm i! 3tu. Daily.! J-3. ym
him for examination. They proved to Fla., Feb. 7th, 1908. 415: pm ........Nn. M Daily...... 435; pm 445 pin I.\o.t P"i\ ...... .I'! S-J6 pm
jt Mr. Flag er's Good Deed. be ten gold of the The following is a list of text booksto 550 pm -........Xo. 56 Daily......... 610 pm I 940 |>ia 1>a. y'.... .. lOt* put
1015 JIm .. .....Xo. K8 Pailv....... loss tm I 10 W t.m l'.Hy.... ., 1100 pm
The Miami News-Record says: mintage of 1S12 and were as fresh and be used as the basis of the June examination -
clean when from the
For some time it has been understood as they came Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons Leave Arrive Leave Arrive
that the ice plant in this city mints. The bank immediately paid the (25c), Maynard, Merrill & Co., New East I SAN MATEO Mateo San I San I EAST PALATKA P&I&tk East
poor widow $3.000 for the coins their York. Palatka.TO Mate's_ ,

li has become the property of H. M.. rarity making them thus valuable. Mr. Beading-any standard author will 430 am .....No. 45 Dally. .. ...,. 450 am 455 am i'o. 48 Daily .i' 515 am
1. Flagler. the well known capitalist asa pm .I.......No. 53 Dally! ....... 345 pm I 350 am -.... ...No. 64 Du ly..I I 4101130pm .1D
y letter from his Cle'elandagent :
'.4 Brown has a answer. 1105pm .._....Xo. 59 Daily.11:5 pm I.No. 6.' llaU. .i tHOggiXo.
whose interests in this section are verifying the preceding.The Composition-Maxwell and Smith's

ftf_ ',: > very large. two locust posts were cut on the Writing in English (The), American 25Sun.. So.San.Only 21. Xo.19 Xu.11 DailyOnly I MAYPORT BRANCH Xo. 18Dally I V?nn.Only. 20. I Xo.2It

Fohl farm oue and one-half miles Book Co. Dally ex Snn. Deny
the has
The transfer of
It. from Uipley. For many years It has Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65c), 2COpm 1010am 600 pm ,,800-' ... Jacksonville,.... .Ar 75''a i 1110 pm 500 pa
been made, and made for the single .: American Book Co., Atlanta. 240pm 1050am 640 pm !I 84'Jam' Lv .l'ablo Ht"&'h.... .Lvi, 65o am llil pm i 4 19 pm
been neighborhood talk that there was 2 45 pm 646 pm 848am ,Lv- Atlantic t ach.Lv6U! am 1213 pm 413 pm
J purpose of assisting the receiver of much treasure secreted on that place. I American English Book Grammar-Metcalf's Co. (60c), : .. ill! lOam 7fOr-Tn I. 900am Ar ........M.yport.. ... .I.T 6"> .m 12OO n'n 4w pmNo.

the Ft. Dallas National Bank in pay The theory Is that during the war of FloridaHistoryBrevard and Bennett's 3 |0"g CityBr.nch| Ni .2 No.4Daily No. 111 i Sanford Brill'" No. 13:
ing off the creditors of that institution.Mr. Daily315pm I Dally 0.111 loll]
: 1S12 some of the frightened ancestorshid (60c), American Book Co. andFairbanks' "

Flagler has taken over the property away this $:100 in gold in a hole In H. & W. B. Drew Co., Jacksonville 400pm 1100am 930am ;{Lv.LvNewsmyrnaAr.loopm Lake lleleIlLv.'I216!!'' pm 630 601 pm pm 930 630am am Ar.LvTltn Sanford>vllleA0 Lv.'1000 1\lJ pm pm

and will devote all the profits of a limb of a locust tree that it was Fla. 411pm 1120 am ''Lv.Granite t-1tyLv.1205 pm 440 pm .. .... .. ..................... .._....,..
r: U. S. History-Field's Grammar 4 15 pm 11130 am \r.OraDire City J.1200n'n 430 pm ..0. .... .. To'. .... ... .........
** the ice which have always grown over in course of years and Imbedded
f'r factory,
and that the original owner School ($1), American Book Co. CounectioBs made at Miami with steamships of the 1'. and O. S. S. Company, far
*? been large to the payment of the Geography-Redway's Natural Ad- a.'au.
was unable or forgot to recover itt (Connection made at Knights Ker Hock for Kay west and Havana. Direct ahlp.aTThese .
:;!<*: ; claims of the creditors of the bank at avnced ($1.25), American Book Co.
any rate the ten massive gold pieces Physiology-Coleman's Elements Of TIMK TABLES! show the which train may be expected t. arrive -
t. ter reserving only a small interest and have securely rested there for nearlya (90c), The MacMillan Co., Atlanta. and depart from the several station; but their arrival departure at the time
stated U guaranteed, doe the
nor Company hold Itself responsible for any delayor
: the necessary sinking fund to reimburse century. Civil government Yocum's Civil Gov- any < arising therefrom.
"_ : ernment of Florida and the United States
v. him for his expense. For Copy of the Loral Tim Card or Other Information
When the magnitude of this arrange- NoticeI ($1), E. O. Painter Co., DeLand, Fla. .H1-JJ3: .THE TICKET: AGENT*
r-'e AI ebra-Milne'sllighSchool (1)), The J. D RAMNER. Assistant General Pass. Agt.. ST. ALOU5T1NE. FLORIDA
t ment Is understood it will satisfy evf will be at the following places for tbe purpose MacMillan Co., Atlanta.

ery depositor that. eventually every of assessing the taxes for 1908, at the Physical Geography Tarr's New ($1)
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.' dollar of the indebtedness of the doe time named below. I would take it as a great The MacMillan Co., Atlanta. ----

'" favor if all would meet me at the designated Theory and Practice-For all grades
funct bank
will be paid.
places at the time named. It will enable m1 Classroom Management, by Bagley, i
The ice factory has paid a ; The MacMillan Co.
generous to complete my work earlier and more correctly ($1.25), Atlanta j

} profit and will continue to do so, un- W. H. HAIL, Asswsor.Cocoa Ga.These Do nod suffer
boooks be had of most
"* der the new arrangement, and this Saturday, Feb."ud, morning, at I' book dealers in the may state or from the wiT severe '

profit will be turned over to the recelv4 town hall. publishers by mail, postpaid on receiptof

er until the last dollar is paid. That City Point Monday, Feb. :!ltb. morning, at price. JOHN R. WALKER Headaches -

) i may take\ several years, but the result poetoffife.Sharpens. Superintendent of Public Instruction. when f
Feb. 21tb. afternoon -- ,-
J b Jr, \ is certain. Monday at ,
rr postoflice.Titusville.! COMFORTINGYORDS

? W'-dnt'.I..y. Feb. 26tb, morning,
at court bouse. --- t

----- Miens Thursday. Feb. 27th, morning: at Many a Florida Household Will Find
Missionary Tells How Old Persons lsetotlit1".

-: Were Softened For the Feasts. .l.i
.. The nt" ". rather I.'. X. Lk-kt<'nU>r- o..'|er sb.p.Nathan ."

for int iouarv Tuesday )(('h. 3rd no >n, at -
ger. eisjht reset a =- i"r.tI'tHce.
To Iiave rjtinand aclies k
the \ <>t'H Had IKII :
uf i central I lip'Will
the savan* Nigeria
among e';noace*al, 11 ednei ay. ib b. 5th. morning removed: to be entiivly fn-e from anuuymu.:
Africa, and why otvu xi,itiu.:; ut iHt,,lh
friends in St. Louis relates: stories of AtttMti, Thursday, :Mch. ,>th, morning: make any kidney sufferer grateful To tell Cure You.
cannibalism! so grew some that they po toffi-e. :
,. t bow this great change ran he brought about
would lie almost ullllt'lil"uhlt" but tor Haulover, Monday. Mch.9th. morning at The liver is the main-spring for the whole bedsTo
:1 Thus (.'rooks. will prove rotufuttiii words to hundred ot expN"tgood
r ihutugraphic c'idt'u.'a:; a St. IAU- Florida readers.A. health, one must keep the liver in good order. To doa .. '
a regulator is: needed. lierblne will put your liver iu the condition -
=, t is >eciai dispatch tu the New York
si Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Stand- (Krting.aiiuiii.. of Uf L. t..I''n.l' it should be and you will not suffer from headaches.
: ,;, World. He says that members of
k ing: CuredI Fla.. tells how to dll it. He says: "Fntiuniyexptriviiw
the party that amnupuuicd him from A POSITIVE
1' with lV aij's Kidney Pills 1 ran CUREFOR
s Taris were victims of ranuiUalism.Father want you to know how much ('bamhtr.lain'
IK-- !! Salve has done fur me. It has curdmy strongly rl'l'ommt"llli l them to anyone in nerd
IJcuteubergvr says he w't'uesseii fate of a skin di"ea-r or alnn..t tWt'ntvars' \ of a good medicine fur the kitlUt. ... Kidney CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND
{ these human feasts. Men and stndinz. I have been treated It'v"
laiut and backache &u.l'llwt" FEVER BILIOUSNESS
roni]> ( sutfrritis MALARIAAND
women were fattened lieloiv lieinc eral as smart physicians \\ehave in this
killed and eaten U'b ty women captured country and they did me no good, but two at intervals for year The first or second attack ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.
bosesof: this salve hascurdme-31: n. Fannie I did not mind but as time went by tht-y
xF. other tribes marched
from were Griftin, Troy. Ala. Chamberlains Salve is grew worse and at times laid me up. I e uld
S from hut to hut. and various portionsof I for sale by Titusville Pharmacy and all deal Has Done A World Of
hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to Good.Mrs.
their bodies were marked off with ers. .
straighten after while the
coIortHl clay the "choice bits" to IK- stooping kidney se- C. D. Phillev, Marble Falls, Texas writes: "I have

'; sent to purchasers after the victim cretionswereirregularandunnaturaL Kan's used Uerbine and find it the bet liver corrective I have
Robbins & Graham Cot Kidney Pills cured me. From personal experience ever
tried. It done well
K had been slaughtered. my family as as myself a world of good,
I know that this be depended and I
remedy it
can to all my frienda. I
Old men and'women are softened for never suflcr from
(Incorporated) upon to fulfill the rcpreM-titatious headaches anymore."
.. might bleach eel-
8 the feast just as we
made for it." 50c
;; ery. When the supply of girls runs Paid-Up Capital f.5,000 IT.

zk out. they take the old men and place For Sale by all dealers. Price 5(1 cents.
This company owns lands in the Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York sole
in water to their necks and Ballard Snow
them up Indian river country, on the St. agents for the United States. Remember the Liniment Co.
; keep them there for two or three days, name Doan's-and take no other.
= Lucie river, at New river and on 500-502 N. Second St. ST.
all the time feeding them liberally so LOUIS, MO.
"K #K as to at once fatten and soften them. Biscayne bay This is Worth ReadingLeo
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b. F. Zeinski, or 6$Gibson St., Buffalo
.. r' "I suffered habitually from constipation.Doan's X. Y., says: "I cured the most annoying oold80fl'8 Sold and Recommended

r : ; Beguleta relieved and strengthened the for land list I ever had with Bucklen's Arnica Salve.I by

:. ; bowels, so that they have been regular ever applied this salve once a day for two days, Titvtsvillo .
OFFICES when every trace of the sore was gone." Healsall PharD3.aoy and
s t-- since." A. E. Davis Sulphur Springs
; grocer. sores. Sold under guarantee at Banner

j: ,}y. : .: Tex. TITUSVILLE a cn MIAMI. Drug Store. :- c. Banner Drug fltoror

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1 P'.NHWS Messrs. H. H. E1a.rbee.and ;John H. DO YOU GET UP A Cutting Scrape. The Blood Is The Ufe. .

Powell have bought the turpentine In- Manatee Record.) Science has never gone beyond the

; ; i; qiif terests of the Empire Lumber Co.,The WITH A LAME BACK ? Sarasota was the scene Saturday. Above simple statement of scripture. ButIt

PAIR FLORIDA consideration is not "known but it is night of a serious cutting scrape. has illuminated that statement and ,

-- fit't understood that it amounted to the given it a meaning ever broadening with
Kidney Trouble 'Makes You Miserable. Jim Hawkins and a man by the
the increasing breadth of knowledge. '
;: !f $30,000. About 17, name of Edwards had a dispute over i When the blood is "bad" or impure it v
Almost who reads the '
< 000 acres bf timberland went with the everybody news-
Mm:( domestic affairs when Edwards invited is not alone the body which suffers

i of the Peninsula, purchase. The stills are- located at papers is sure to know,cures of made the wonderful by Dr. Hawkins out to have a fair or fist through disease. The brain is also 4ei

-.i. ili' .iJimber shipments from the port of Elarbee and are the largest and most 11 J I j i Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and skull fight. They went out In clouded She mind and judgement are .

1 Feraandina.for modern in this section, the apparatus I the great kidney, liver the e ted,anch&any .an evil deed or impure..
the month of January rear of a store to scrap It out. Haw tho ght
ij v IL and bladder remedy. tly traced to the
:..... amounted to 11,841,640 feet. The total including an immense boiler iron tank 't It is the great medi- kins drew his knife at once and began tmpomyof theWtxj Foul. Impure b1cv

W it? value of all exports, including naval for spirits of turpentine. With the interest cal triumph of the nineteenth cutting Edwards. The cuts were can b" made: nurp hv-tho IIXP of n

;;-..'. storea-was 1197394. Mr. Elarbee Already owns together 1 century; dis- across the stomach and are considered Pi rc >' ._Golden Medic DiC"Ovt'". H .
>;riF -. .) covered after years of rnr.'ftp antI pnrtfipji the blood tbereb; .
? with Messrs. J. W. Alvarez and :of a serious nature. It is said that ,
} The city tax collector of Key West I scientific research by curing pimples, blotches eruptions and
'," reports having collected $17,122.60 I E.. E. Canova and his new purchase he Dr. Kilmer the eminent ''It; took seventy stitches to sew up the other cutaneous affections, as eczema

.. 'J. during the month of January less now ranks as one of the largest tur -_. kidney and blad- wounds. tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other
t pentine operators In the state. The der specialist and is Edwards is manifestations of impure blood.
; $856.13 allowed 'by the council as aI wonderfully successful in promptly curing getting along as nicelyas

: =_ discount for prompt payment. two tracts are only 15 miles apart and lame back, kidney bladder uric acid trou- could be expected with the chances
: Mr. Elarbee will be the manager of bles and Bright's Disease which is the worst ia his favor for recovery. In the cure of scrofulous swellings, enlarged *
:'f;. ,As one evidence of the growth of both. form of kidney trouble.Dr. I glands, open eating ulcers, or old
I J County Telegraph.The Joh Hawkins was arrested and turn- i the Golden Medical "has
sores, Discovery
: DeLand, the'sale of stamps at the post Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not recommended :
1 office for January exceeded the total report of the commissioner of i for everything but if you have kidney ed over to Sheriff Wyatt, who now has performed the most marvelous cures. Incases i

agriculture (Hon. B. E. McLin) gives liver or bladder trouble it will be found him behind the bars. of old sores,or open eating ulcers
.1;: sales of the corresponding month last as the total number of oxen and stock Just the remedy you need. I t has been testedIn It is well to apply to the open sores Dr.

year by over three hundred dollars. so many ways in hospital work,in private In Judge Friedman's court last Wed- Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which pos-

'The total for the month just close.! cattle in Florida on July 1, 1905 708- practice among' the helpless too poor to purchase nesday week Clarence Roberts of Mor- sesses wonderful healing potency when tI
678, and these cattle were valued at4,789,187 relief and has proved so successful in used as an application to the soreain con-

r was,over' 1250Record. $- which Is a little over $7 a every case that a special arrangement has ristown was convicted of carrying concealed Junction with the use 'Golden Medical 1 '

While Miss Miller, who lives .in the head. been made by which all readers of this paper weapons and was fined $100 DiS\'VveI'J as, a blood cleansing constitutional I'
The same report states the who have tried it have
already ,
O. F. Fish house on New York avenue, may a and 42.48 costs which he paid. The treatment. If your. druggist } 4
f' number of pure-bred and grade cattleas sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book don't happen to have the "AilHealingSalve" -
was boiling some water in an enclosed telling more about Swamp-Root and how to principal witness for the State was e $
follows: Herefords 333; Shorthorns in stock,you can easily procure it
pot on the-cook stove Tuesday, the 366; Devons 88; AberdeenAngus find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mrs. John Roach, of Williston at by inclosing fifty-four cents in postage r3
When mention this
rot exploded,* burning her painfully 12 writing reading generous whose house during a party, the gunplay stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce fA53 Main St, .
; making a total of S04, and offer in this and
,, though not seriously. The water was send address paper to was indulged in, which proved Buffalo, N.Y., and it will come to you by ..
valued at $27,519 averaging a little your return post. Most druggists keep it as
thrown the into her Dr. Kilmer expensive fun to one of the four
by explosion face &Co.Bing- ,,,, par-
over $34 a head. These figures do "' well as the Golden Medical Discovery
fortunately, 'she wore glasses which hamton, N. Y. The __ ticipants. Thursday morning upon
not Include'cows kept for milk and so cent and
regular fifty Bom of Swamp-Root
I saved her eyes.-DeLand News. motion of Attorneys Carter and E. A. Yon can't afford to accept any medicine ,
dairy breeds are not reckoned in. dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.Don't .
Pinnell for the defense, the cases of unknown composition as a substitutefor f
its of
\ gets $4,400 as portion -True DemocratThe i
make any mistake, but rememberthe against the other three "Golden Medical Discovery,"which is
1 young men
the omnibus claims bill in the
passed name. Swamp-root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- medicine
property owners of St. Peters a OF KSOWH coirposmos,
Root and the address, Binghampton, X. Y.. were dismissed.-Levy TimesDemocrat.
House of
, Representatives at Washington burg held a special election last Tues on bottle. having a complete list of ingredients In t

last week which bill carries a total day the of every, ,_. plain English on its bottle-wrapper the 4 .
on question issuing $80,000bonds ---------

allowance of '$315.545 In payment ; for the internal improvement o! A dispatch from High Springs, dated Milligan, in Santa Rosa county, was same Dr.being Pierce's attested Pleasant as correct Pellets under regulate oath. ,

of claims for stores and supplies furu- the city.; The issue failed to carry by last Friday says: "A shocking tragedy visited by a disastrous fire Sunday and invigorate stomach,liver and bower

t ished the army of the United States a. large majority. Following Is the occurred here this morning at the A. morning when the post office the old

;, during the civil war claims of volunteer vote as cast: For $25,000 school C. L. Passenger depot James T. Chester plant of the Milligan Herald and a bar-

.. officers for service pay, andS bonds-Yes, 76; no, 179. For $16,000 proprietor of the restaurant at the ber shop were burned. The loss is fuiUtxf 771*Most Valuable Bookt ever Stt Pu of 5la YaeM Acs.RUDDER and Boat-

claims by churches, colleges and other water front purchase bonds-Yes, 103; tepot, was killed by his step-brother more than $3,000.Neglected .

! *- eleemosynary societies. no163. For $9,000 waterfront Improvement i \V. H. Temple. The difficulty arose ---

1 : } Mr. Heck, in charge of the Coast bonds-Yes, 106; no, 153. For over the fact that Mr. Temple was Colds Threaten Life HOW-TO BOOKSOver

i -'-: and Geodetic Survey party has been 5,000 sewer bonds Tfes, 81; no, 168. arranging to start a restaurant in opposition [From the Chicago: Tribune] }oco boats have been built from the lines
'Don't trifle with a cold'is good advice for printed n these books-SuceessftiUy tailed hi ,
Mr. Chester. It is understood
j working on the new proposed main For $4,000 street bonds to
crossing -Yes, prudent men and women. It may be vitalin every cume and upon every sea-FuU detail
I ship channel which was advocated by !. 124; no 135. For $12,000 waterworks that Mr. Chester drew a knife the case of a child. Proper food good ven- drawing male of all parts Text showing whit it b and
how to it- extremely simple.
tilation, and dry, warm clothing are the -
; Mr. Temple is slightly cut. Both proper
.j as
Commodore Beehler. This channelis bonds-Yes 92 153. For
; no, $9,000 safeguards against colds. If they are maintained HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
'3 1,000 feet wide and 30 feet deep and Central avenue bonds-Yes, 78; no men were highly respected citizens through the changealbe weather of autumn H foot Brow ntboct L.rk ear to wild.fnnw*aD i*Oft
: winter and spring, the chances of nrerp, good racial'-t for a boy to hr.the bnimtM is.
a sur-
and the is deeply deplored
1 : leads from the sea buoy at the entrance 173. : occurrence
; prise from ordinary colds will be slight. Bat HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
.' of the present main ship channel by everyone. the ordinary light cold will become severe if Rue hat f r .C Since the .,
last issue of the Valley ..... .to'r II..I-.e.n diIwh nmtwdtdooporta' j
neglected, and a well established, ripe cold ito nan full t.i"of completed km
In a direct line about N. W. by W., p y
Gazette' we have been Interviewingsome Mr. William St John of New York, the germs of diptheria what honey is to the

:j ,', to the beacon in middle ground in N. of our growers and find thai the and Atlanta, and member of the Safety bee. The greatest menace to child life at this" HOW Jlort TO fmrrwfal BUILD Brier A RACING:: ntr SLOOP-r.-.b: =
't season of the year is the neglected cold. winner in Aiuvm.Ana mad *. e |
:: W. Channel.-Key West Citizen. which will be Car Heating and Light Co. of New : la w.. attHOW
acreage planted to watermelons Whether it is a child or adult, the cold slight
i Fire early 'Friday morning destroyed in this section is much larger York was in West Palm Beach Monday or severe, the very best treatment that can be TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
Simple Md pnrtirml ifcovm how tomatr.dalaa.d.n
adopted is Chamberlain's Cough remedy. It
; .the business portion of Wauchnla. than we had expected, and should conferring with Mr. W. R. Moses, is safe and sure. The great popularity and .. tor ue with ur_ several other plun. .

: Among the losers were the city bakery the crop turn out well, will be the regarding a location for a Pintsch gas sale of this preparation has been attained by HOW A fine TO mil BUILD amm! rramm A KNOCKABOUT; boat, good nbia; ,ie IUr
its remarkable cures of this ailment. A cold ,..
order, suitable tor.a. web ra
'i J Prevatt and Swindell A. C. Cla- means of .bringing quite a large sum manufacturing plant. This is the gas never results in pneumonia when it is given
. i,: vel's store, A. & T. Millinery Compa- of money into the county. Some of used by the railroads, and the requirements For sale by Titusville Pharmacy and all drug* clever little ailing boat,with moderate overhangs tat .-

_I' ::.. ny's store, Whitehurst's pool room: those who will grow crops of melons of the F. E. C. Ry., make it nec- gists. mr.n.ul HOW TO plaa.BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

Pittman's furniture store, Norman's as follows: Blackwell Carson essary to have a supply depot at this An Old Man's Misfortune. Eaay t.kddhmC ah'ailhtjllleft'af'ttur1oo:
[ re to beg,witk,eu U built ery*er loop or ca&ni
store, city restaurant, and Kelly's shoe Co., and B. S. Avant, 60 acres; J. end of the route. The proposed plant (Palatka News HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA

'1 ;7: store.. The, big Peace River hotel, in S. Stratton 35 acres; J. W. Miller 20 will mean an investment here of $25- _,let.dnmpttai at tow to build a modal,UM&..
Buffalo rued is
A friend of the News at jf tltiS uil-Hf moiiclt.
;( < ,course of erection was damaged the acres; L. H. Ingram, 10 acres; Whid 000 to $30,000 and will be a splendid
Bluff sends tale of misfortunes
us a
loss being about $1,500, but saved by den & Lesley, 5 acres; Bob Evans, 10 addition to the business interests of PRICE $1. EACH 1 1
that colored
came upon an aged man PREPAID EXPRESS
,S hard work. acres; Jas. Tison 12 acres; J. W the city. Mr. St John left on the aNVWHRCBound 1]
cf that place named Joe Wright last in cloth -Gold lettemn-Size of pigt
crawfish Oliver 5 acres.-Kissimmee Gazette. night train for St Augustine to con- 9 by u inches-Large,cjearirHlrawn plans.
The largest even seen or Saturday evening.
;,. fer with the F. E. C. Ry. land -
I caught by any one In these parts is The valuation of real estate in this The old man had been sick and was THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. ;.

': elns viewed at A. !. Thayer's Curio city for the year of 1907, was $400- about a location near their intending to go to the St. Augustine 0 MURRAY STNCCT NEW YORK. U. .. A

Store where It is being mounted. It 214; that of personal property $109- tracks here.-Tropical Sun. hospital for treatment but before going Sad postal for Catalogue of socks /-
aacAAmas'sLbraey. ya
i Is three feet two inches in length 470; making a total of $510,184.00. And Mr. J. O. Wright, director of the he decided to burn the high grass

and is a great curiosity and the word this it must be remembered is only Everglades survey, being carried on surrounding his house and barn. After -'-

1 beautiful can be properly applied to it one-third of the actual value of property here by the Agricultural departmentat burning the grass he put the fire OqA

? as the bits of color on its back are in DeLand, the above figures hav Washington will leave Thursday in out or at least supposed that he had, r EE

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 supper. ciusrs+ r o

determining the amount of taxation. Indian river and Mosquito Lagoon ona He was detailed in the house sometime ,, orsclrlPrnc pe/Cio
There was considerable increase over tour of investigation. On his return by callers, and in the meantime

taking a sun bath, by a tourist whose .1906, which Is another Illustration of here he will be met by Mr. Lawrence the grass had caught again and had

name we have not learned.-St Petersburg I the growth of the town. Figures are Brett Mr. F. M. Fugate and Mr. E. F. set the barn on fire before the old C9 frrv'sScCds f

1 IndependentOne generally considered the most uninteresting Kerin the engineers now running the man's attention was attracted. It was r re'de beet known and
'no most reliable needs grown.
reading but we hope to levels from Jupiter to Lake Okeecho- too late the barn roaring mass '
oft the boldest robberies that pre- ; was a i.\'e y package has behind It the .

!!as' been perpetrated in this sectionj sent to our readers such reading mat- bee and the entire party will proceedto of flame. It was filled with hay and .-, *:ho Yrase>t in whose the standards are tlhi > ,

for some time occurred Monday on the ter as the above from time to time so Miami and from there around Cape other combustibles corn cultivators, r.-rr'. 1 colored plat'r. nO.i.1I P
It contains
*t platform while boarding a train. A they may see for themselves how De- Sable to Fort Mjers. From this point two wagons plows and a horse belonging j?r..saran L> :1 n ii-pUcanta., vrn f c01d uw..*.npUont..artPtin prtrta of V.rsMand itirmioiw ;

: gentleman by the name of plowman Land is steadily marching forward supplies will be taken on board for a to Mr. Middleton of Pomona all VU-v-r _I.. Invaluable to aU. Fend for It. t

in company with his wife were board- along the road of progress and pros long cruise on the inland sea, Lake of which were burned. i. M. FERRY CO., Detroit, Mich. *-1

Ing the South bound train when a perity.-DeLand Supplement Okeechobee where a careful survey But that isn't the worst. Under the 50 YEARS

his this will be made of the entire shore and hay in a tin ran was $250:! in bills, be EXPERIENCE
stranger hand in gentleman's
ran J. A. Strickland of Bonifay, Holmes
adjacent country.Tropical Sun. sides a toy bank in which were tnr 'I.
pocket and made with be-
away county a well-known planter, was sho .

tween $:::00 and $400 and his transportation -I and perhaps mortally wounded Wednesday email change savings of three years. I
Medicine That is Medicine"I
This was all lost. Poor old His 1
and some valuable papers. The night as he was seated by a
have suffered a Rood deal with malaria loss has well nigh broken his heart .
thief made good his escape through window reading. His twelve-ear-old I 1<
I have found
and stomach complaints but now and mind.
>. the alley in the Pico block and is still son, Wallace, has been arrested and a remedy that keeps me well, and that remedy TRADE MARKS }

at large.-Sanford Chronicle. admitted that he shot his father. Us DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS i
i is Electric Bitters a medicine that is medicinefor 8100 Reward 1OO. Ac. j
further says that he fired the shot at stomach and liver troubles, and for run
August Vanderpool manager of the The readers of this paper will be pleasedto Anyone fending a sketch r.d: description may
Hutchinson-Cotter company's dairiesat the instance and persuasion of his" down conditions."IiaYs \V. C Kio..tler.of Hal- learn that there is at lea.-t one dreadful quickly invention; ascertain 19 proaahypatent.ble.oar Communing whether an i 1

mother who had promise that if he liday Atk. Electric Bitters purify the blood disease that science has been able to cure in uons,tnct IT confidential. Handbook on Patent* j
the Palmetto Beach is lying in a tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh sent Polenta free. Oldest taken through Sloan twconnap.tenta.& Co. receiverpifcil -.
serious condition as the --suit of severe would kill his father she would hire ;: to the weak Your moneywill be refunded Cure is the only positive cure knownto notice,without charge,in the r
the medical
him; a horse and buggy. Wednesday fraternity Catarrh being a
Injuries received from a pet bull if it fails to help you. Tide, at Banner constitutional disease, requires a constitutional Scientific Mm rkau.Ahandsomely 1.'
harmless. The bull, right he crept from the house at au Drug Store. treatment Hall's Catarrh Curetakt.'D is
which was deemed UhJ tr tp early hou'r and, with his father's gun, --- internally acting directly upon the relation of am cientiflc t.iabt Terms.(3 avear t !
is a fine specimen of the Jersey breed blood and mucous surfaces of the system : four months,f 1. 8o newad ai n.MUNN8Co.3SIBroadwaNewYofk.
waited outside in the darkness until Jest For the Time Table. .
the main features of thereby destroying the foundation of the disease 'J
and was one The Erie railroad N to pension emplo.vee and
the father took a seat by a window, patient strength in
last Branch Office.6S F fit..Washington.D.U
the _
the livestock exhibition at *. but makes no provision say:' building up the constitution and assisting .
his usual seat at night and began reading nature in doing its work. The &lYYiisii8ii fKILLTHECOUCH
state fair. Mr. Vanderpool had in- the Louisville Courier-Journal, for the proprietorshave
so much faith in its curative '
a paper. Then he fired both bar powers r.
tended also to exhibit the animal ..t passenger who becomes superannuatedbefore that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any .
fair. The bull has always rels of a shot gun. A portion of the arriving at his destination case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonial AND CURE THE LUNGS ,
the present
charge took effect in the man's head. :;.
,been a pet about the place so yesterday Address F. J. CHENEY & co.. Toledo, 0.Gold t
when the animal suddenly I A Stitch in Time by Druggists 73c.
morning Even From the Mountainsal1anl.s italic Family Pills are the best WITH Dr. King'sNew
leaped at Vanderpool the act will save nine. So will a bottle of BallardV !
Snow Liniment is praixtl for the
found him totally unprepared to defend -good it <.toes.'oUn-cure for rheumatism and : Horehound Syrup always kept on hand save Advises from Buenos Ayres as late y

himself and the full threw him to all pains. Wright W. Lovin Grand Junction j I many a spell of sickness. A sure cure for as December 16 report that the harvest Discovery
Colo. writer "I used Ballard's Snow 'coughs colds bronchitis and whooping:cough.
the ground and gored him time after Liniment last winter for rheumatism and can I prospects in that country were excellentand 1
!, Mrs. SHot Springs,Ark. writes: "I keep PRICE e
in the back, inflicting injuries recommend it as the best liniment the that reaping was attended with favorable FORC OUCHS '.fc eft 51.00. .
time market I thought at the time I was taken :a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my OLDS Trial Bottle Free t
which may result in death. Dr. Barnes down with this trouble that it would lie a meiicine chest, and thank my forethought weather. The estimated quan- AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES. 1

t and Dr. Grantham were called to the week before I could get about, but on apply- many times. It has prevented many severe tity of wheat available for export is
ing your liniment several times during the GUARANTEED 8 ATISFACTOElOB
Injured man and worked on him nearly night I was about in 43 hours and well in! t spells of sicknessSold by Titnsville Pbar- placed at 3, OO.OOO tons and of linseedat MONEY REFUNDED. '

- entire day.-Tampa Tribune. three days." Sold by Titusville Pharmacy. 'macy. l, :;OOOO tons.
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dtl # : '?>:.- Enered at the poetoffiee at Titntville loa I HS25PB
>'1'- .:- ***. econd-elau mail matter. Monday[ to spend the rest of the sea-

'L; .;';,""-i; son with Mr. H. Reber. =RU NA IS EFFICIENT

-;:i 1t-'t' .,- '811BSCBII"1'ION.81.50PBBANN1JJI I
"" The Guild will have a tea at the

+,,' 4 .'d."t.:. \.henlID. Kat ral'Dl.1)ed OD"it home of General and Mrs. Castle-' ,. .r .ryrtiri rSTYr+4r idtir.dS Sd.rr 5

;. >-1 ,_ .,." :' tppUmtlon.JEUt man on: Feb.-28th, from 3 to 5. IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
.. taehlGrter.'PTTBLiE .
; rtltora'td
: 'c! n.Wnr'
.. ; Mrs. Goodheart, of St. Louis arrived -
t = -= === ,
1f : ?
> -S ----
,; .,, ,':: HEre r< znv FRIDAY '{oP. TN(" Sunday to spend two weeks :; :east%:. :. ;. ::'.!:\:,':: '.,:.::

,""" with her sister, :Mrs. W. H. H. Glea- ::i!! '
> ':, 'The retirement of John Mitchell

:,.:from! the presidency of the United son.Mr.. C. G. Redstone and family,

rw sa ,, ; ''Mine Workers of America Flay mean Mr. Taylor and family and Mr. and

his aflvent into Illinois politics. Thereis Mrs. Pingrey spent Tuesday at Melbourne -

a movement afoot ta have him Beach. .

} .::"."... ., .'.- ..stand for the Democratic nomination I The K. M. I, ball team left Sundayfor

)- ;',.- for governor of the state. Mr., Ormond where a match game was
.: Mitchell,, is a big and strong man, andY played between the teams ending in

..'..,. <;his candidacy would attract wide at- favor of Ormond.

-""tention. Quite a large growd went down to

y [ Melbourne Tuesday evening to "Ten

7 The Maryland legislature is going Nights in a Bar-Room,going in Mr.
,. :to appropriate $10,000 for the prose- Taylor's large wagon.
cution of the war against mosquitoes. The Four-Five Hundred club was :zL4I

t 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.

;)! :.on systematically,undtr the direction Miss Ratcliff and Mrs. Chenault

-'of the health department. When the arrived Monday for the balance of I rr, 3k v
the Miss Ratcliff has a ( > J .t k ry ,3 ,'CY4'
.? mosquitoes have been wiped out itis ; season. ,
't brother in the K. M. I. here. ..J.w f 'ir
believed that the fevers disap-

-pear. The dance given at Paddison's .,}4ir lJ.t9'kRY,d? SISTERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. MONTREAL

f St. Valentine's,evening by the W. 0.

{ w New York merchants were of the W. was well attended. Delicious refreshments HOSPITALS ALLOVER THE CONTINENT FIND PE-RU-XA VALUABLE IX TItEATIXGALLCATAKBIIAt DISEASES

_opinion up to within a few days ago were served at a late pATARRH of the respiratory organs Montreal Nov. 7, K03. \,experiencing much atigu?. .Kow can
is ailment In Canada for We found Peruna a relief veral"seSe *
v a common s
' I that the spring trade would be small. hour.A I walk a mile easily."Through
: Y' ry z:: e-st two-thirds of the year. I
: .. Now they are telling a different stop "Conversation" club has been "h. condition is no doubt caused by are We can thankful.say Its a good too ff and we I to make :known: these to three the rs.-c-s public we the de efficiency ir*-

,".,?\. rye It is estimated that there are as organized and the first meeting was ti's lon;;,severe winters experienced in very Sisters of the Good Shepherd. of your remedy"
this of the
; t b' many as 10,000 buyers from the south held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. part continent. When catarrh once fastens itself upon Hospital St. John of St.John.
g ': ;,* Therefore, ;(>u Pemaa: was discovrrc the system it becomes an obstinate disease Province of Quebec.
.- and west in that city that are not Chester Pingrey. Topic: Panama
i Canadian be reliable
< by ; people a to eradicate.A A later letter received from the e&aw
' talking at all about hard times. They Canal. remedy for these catarrhal: diseases, it systemic remedy-one that reaches institution read5.j follow :

|f are spending money freely and it is Last Sunday afternoon a merry at oj-.ce bt:>came a Popular medicine,not every internal organ of the bmly-i an l II i "Thr cc wicks eo 1 roe to tell
only among individuals and in families, I\you how satisfactory we foundP
went to the beach via the new absolute necessity.
estimated that they will buy $100- party hut in the great hospitals; where it was Peruna is Just such a remedy. It .:niKs.'c recommendt highly tsr

000,000 worth of goods before the trail on Mr. McAllister's launch. used as a preventativo and relief in searches out the cause of the disease, i colds coughs, catarrh en neuralgia.
I "I have .
used it m.: sell a* tome with
and Mrs. I
There were Mr. hundreds of cases. ,
buying season is over. That means healing and strengthening the mucou. the best results, tai.> n a.- :* rested, half
Miss Roesch, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. These institutions do not hesitate to membranes and thus giving Nature an I "
.. better times for everybody, because a tea.-roonful(:V'r1111 hour.
Houston, Francenia and Russell give their endorpccient of the remedy opportunity to perform her part of the
a -! y the transportation of goods will keep which has been so helpul in the treat- restorative process. Mrs. Etta. Booker, Ih.l. urn. Sask,
Houston, Miss Ellen Mathers Messrs :N.W.T., .. ....da, T rites< :
the transportation lines busy and tak ment of their poor and sick. One of the many hospitals which have
W: 1 <"'*. Carlyle and Roesch with Mr. Me. at Among these institutions is that of I found Peruna of value in treating old and "I suffered with rlvic catarrh until

v t ; ing that much merchandise off, the the wheel. the Sisters of Good Shepherd, who gave obstinate cases of catarrh is the HospitalSt. I wrote to I>r. Hartman ai J after taking
!* market will the factories endorsement treatment as he ad i.ed, I can e.-jy
\ ,] open again. ---- --- -- -- the following : .John,who write,as follows:
The Peruo Company, "We are happy to tell you that your I am now cured of this most trying!
1 PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTSAnnouncements affliction, for which I am truly thank
Are We "Over-Educating?" Columbus, Ohio, Peruna has given us satisfaction. Three
I Having used Pcruaa for the past few patients have tried it,one 68 years old, fal. I think Peruna the be
't w 'r Two addresses delivered during the under this heaHng.i.00, months for our sick and poor, we are Kenoui Dupuis,afflicted with (' I catarrh. I never felt better in my
published until the first primary with an ei-; happy to say that It has given us great much relieved than he has beenor life than I do at present.<< "
past several days on the subject of ceptiun made of$2.50 for county commissioners satisfaction. Peruna nqt only promptly relieve
and members of the school board, the fee a number of years.
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd coughs and colds in their first
: 4 popular education are calculated to, to be paid in advance. "A young girlS years old, had mn stages,
20 19OJ. but is
: August equally prompt and efficient for
obstinate which half bottle of
._ precipitate a spirited controversy be- For Member of School BoardTo Montreal. Peruna caused cough to, disappear.a 1 catarrhal diseases in the chronic stage.

': ?' tween"advanced thinkers"and those After a continued use of the remedy, "As to myself; two bottles have con Of course, it is only reasonable to
the Voters of Brevard County, suppose that a great deal less medicine
;' educators who in old this institution has found no reason to vinced me that Peruna is magnificent
: are grounded will be to
1 necessary cure a slight attackof
respectfully announce myself as a
change its good opinion of the remedyand as a tonic.
r ideas, which stand for the basic principles candidate at the next primaries for school catarrh than would be required U
its satisfaction in the following "Before the treatment I could not
? 1 : board member for district No. 1. ]I expresses relieve the ailment after it had been allowed -
: !' ? in polishing the human mind. shall appreciate the support of all. terms: walk for a quarter of an hour without to become chronic

l <<.:' The papers have already told how A. J. CARTER. __.H __._ ._ ,_. _. __ .___

c Gov. Hoch of Kansas advises the cutfj treasurer of Brevard county. If electedto
} -' NoticeTo this office I promise to give to the
ting of the text books in two and
the Voters of Brevard County. people of the county as good service as
-: throwing away the superfluous half has been given by our present and most
Thanking you for past favors I again efficient treasurer. I trust that will receive -
f;' of them. "We are >ver-supplied, beg to announce myself as a candidatefor your support. J. F. WOOTEN. j S-- .
over-loaded over-burdened re-election to the office of clerk of:
;:rf over-
the circuit court of Brevard county sub-
:.' shadowed with text books," is the ject to the action of the coming Dem- For Supervisor of Registration

ocratic primary and would thank you To.the Democratic Voters of Brevard County. \
f_ way he expresses it. "Throw one sx 9
kindly for your support. I am a candidate for renomination by ;
,,,:. half away, and then you will havef Respectfully, the Democracy Brevard county for

enough to supply Kansas and a few A. A. STEWART. the office of supervisor of registration. \ I I'i
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If nominated I continuanceof
------- promise a
more states like it." For Supt. Public Instruction a faithful performance of the duties 'i 1 1 1 S ISK-riL+ lttyl i iI iu

Y Prof. Frederick Starr of the University To the Voters of Brvvanl Co'iuty. !of the office. Soliciting the support of"
all in the primary, .
of Chicago, holds somewHat to the solicitation of I I '
r- Yielding many am very respectfully, I *-Vv iX *t '
: parallel opinions. The much vauntet"new" friends, I announce myself as a candI- W. S. NOR\\OOD. ;i $1 ( 7 >" C
date for nomination before the coming ---.-- I k ; :
education, in his opinion, is a primaries.If Don't Put Offy j

g T rather sad thing. Young i in nominated and re-elected I shall use i
persons '
until tomorrow what .1.! tw1ti.! lit
my best: effort, as in the past, to pro- ytwiun ;
school get a smattering of a great mote the interest cf our whole 1 public yt-n arc sutra! 'riua; from ::1 torpid liver..rr.u-

I many things, but get nothing thor- school system. Respectfully, tKittoii dolt wait until ;.';,i"rp>w t<.crt
JOHN R. WALKER.For help. !:
1' oughly. The tendency of the newt Ii --
JIura i*>iIof jlrrbiiii !M. ii system is to make pupils jesters and Tax: Assessor \ ikm-4: riiiht.; : ir iii;>tn >v alioiit health j|

Pr"-' jokers at life. They do not think TH :h- pi-oj>Ie f.f 'ilrfvan tViiity. -avi s many rick si\fills.! "Mrs.[ IUI Gn.,haati .

because skim I Hirr'I"'-':.. writes: J nand i Hr! iue is my .
seriously, they merely i /
respectfully announce myself as a family for six years am! 5udit dll"'" all it .
the surface of their studies. Too candidate for re-election as county tax ..Jjim..t..du.o.1d by Titiiaville riiarni.<.> .
assessor. Trusting my T.vork has met a"lll(,tuner ilrua Sti>ro. ;
rif much work, too much diversity of your approval.! a .d thanking! you for __ I

n l study is crowded into the few years your support, 1 remain yours truly, Weekly Weather. Report.JU'PiTEP i

\V. It. HALU ..\.. Ft.-l>. IS.. 1lh". I
that the modern young man or young
e woman can possibly afford to devote NoticeI Comparative rainfall: for statement the week of en-iiuv teniiKraturcsml TII laJ.1 I IDATE.

to school. respectfully announce myself as a i Its)I.;. 1'U7'! t
f candidate at the next primary election MIX. MIX. M\x. M
r It cannot be !successfully: disputed I ..
Feh. 1' is rid: Iif :'S'I'
for re-election as sheriff of Brevard .
'/ that both Gov. Hoch and Prof. Starr county. I would appreciate the earnest -" 13. 7<> 70 71 !..',
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have excellent grounds for their crit- support of all our people. I;:. St .>4 tt S 51 ,
Yours truly, Irt. I" 32 74 49
y.. .t icisms. Both the common schools JOSEPH P. BROWN 17. ti;:! 47 71 40IS.
t: 67 47 71 -19
and the small colleges have been sad-
Total rainfall\ for the week 1 4t inches. For
For Tax CollectorTo sale the
57 f died with too many fads. Departure rainfall for the week plus.77 by

& _______ the Voters of ire card County: inches.
Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st. plus
; The Fort Pierce News remarks: I herewith announce my candidacy for /hi inches. INDIAN RIVER
the office of tax collector of Brevard n. P. HARDIX.
:.$ "The expression, "killing the goo county. If elected to this office I prom- Official in Charge.A .

;.. f that lays the golden egg" is often ise to'tive my best services to the people
and trust I will receive their MUSIC HOUSE
sup- Dangerous Operation
heard, but never could it be applied
port at the coming primary. ,
: with more force than to the actionof PHILIP H. WRIGHT.' is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon.No .
_. one who takes Dr.King's New Life Pills
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some of the fishermen in these FLA.
NoticeTo w ever subjected to this frightful ordeal. ,
With the ruling of the court
They work so quietly you don't feel them.
Voters of Bievard
the County.
:>: hardly dry upon the records, seinesof They cure constipation headache, biliousnessand
After reading the notice of John Henry
small mesh went into the water in our last week's count -papers, stating malaria. Banner Drug Store "'

small be that under no circumstances will be )
: and trout so as to properl
Soothes itching skin heals burns
: cuts or _'t\ :.!
l be a candidate for any office at the next -4f:
,: :: classed as pan fish brought in ands without a scar. Cures piles eczema, salt
election I herewith
primary announce
l' rheum any itching. Doan's Ointment. Your
sold to the fish companies." my candidacy for the office of county dr' gjrist ellsit.




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:-fOF NEWS ', Another Fire hi Tarpon Springs t -

':.:t.... The St Petersburg Independent of +
Is It Your Tuesday tells of another serious fire -
, .,. at Tarpon Springs that cost a human f
<, life. The story of the'fire is as follows -

1 ,lt is Being Done Towards the De- Own Hair ? : i i i Where the finest biscuit, t

.. Last night Tarpon Springs wa
:_ lelopment of the Peninsula I tR
\ again visited by a most disastrous fire cake hot-breads cruSts s
;:1.:1t.Jl'Orlando': bas shipped Its first carload that resulted not only In an enormous :

Ji fr:. '-" of- .celery 01 the season. Do you pin your hat to your ,:Joss of property but also In 'the lass { 4

"'w..':..::;,' Oranges and grape fruit continue to own hair? Can't do it? I Iof one life, and it is feared that of an or puddings are required
-, .:: move from Arcadia at the rate of 1000 Haven't enough hair? It must i other.

-ro' .. 'to'1500 boxes per day. 'I' be you do not know Ayer's The scene of the fire was the block noyal is indispensable. i4oydq&1

:;] More than ODe hundred and twenty- Hair Vigor! Here's an intro- just south of the block that was de-

five barrels strayed on the night of January 28th.
V of fish were shipped from I duction I May the acquaintance I 1
''Stuart.Dade county, last week. and was completely destroyed, with
result in
a heavy growth
the exception of a few dwellings that
dredge Cumberland has arrived of rich, thick, glossy hair stood at a little distance from the business II
In Feraandina and is now at work widening -:
Use this splendid hair-food!, block.A .
and deepening the bar at the en .
trance to Fernandina harbor. top your falling hair, and get: Greek, whose name we have not I t"

rid of learned, was burned. Every effort was
. The your .
tL Protective League Association
$ made to save him, but he was not F FI
Is a new St. Petersburg organizationthat beat kind of a testimonial BakiR9 hyder
"Sold for over.sixty years." found until the fire had gained such 1 : sMi ,
has put a full municipal ticket In
J.C.Ayer Co-Lowe U.Uaaa. headway that this was: impossible todo. Por Y
the field for the next eexrtfon., nunufaotarari of Also/ I P, t i {

w The city officials of Pensacola are 11rIader SARS1P. AR:1.u. It is feared that another man was I

now occupying" the new city hall build- :, KLLS.CHEE2Y lAL in the burning building but this is 1 Not; only for rich or fine food":

; ing. The formal dedication will not rot verified.

take place until Wednesday, February I The palatial yacht owned The property loss is put at $50,000 4 I or for special times or service. -
25th. ('. H. Driver saved his residence, but %]
by Senator Thomas S. Davis of Fer- : Royal is equally valuable in the i
Fred Gleason, a Seaboard Air Line landlra, was burned to the water's lost his business house of millinery 1:6 llj

car inspector, was instantly killed In and dry ,goods; Copeland's saloon; a of substantial '
dg' on the St. Johns river near New preparation plain?
the Tampa yards Tuesday morning his moving-picture theater, a coffee-house; ,

head being crushed: to a pulp while the Berlin OM of Saturday$8,000. The afternoon vessel causing had just a IcNeese's saloon, Powell & Hawkins' + I every-day foods for all occa (, { '.

unfortunate man was coupling saloon, Nick's restaurant a Green restaurant +
cars. 'ten launched by a Jacksonville ship
sions. It makes the food
and bakery, and other similar more
The St. Lucie County Bank at Jen- ;
u Iding firm and was heading for Miami I 1
places of business were consumed. Several '
sen has opened for business with PresIdent when the disaster occurred. Its tasty b1hWh s
cars were in jeopardy, but were 4
'r; Herbert B. Race of Jacksonville supposed the fire originated in the

in charge. This bank succeeds thFlanters' torn through the overheating of the saved. L me'J' ti
t. The origin of the fire is unknown.
Security Bank which was earings. The wreck burned until
Occurring in the night the first Intimation c
f i', forced to close its doors about a month the water Illed the hull, sinking it tithe i F
of the disaster was when the ..
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3 ago. bottom of the St. Johns.A :
building in which it started was all
; After adopting resolutions referring dispatch to the Pensacola Journal ablaze. ,

the immigration question back to sev from Milligan Santa Rosa county, Our sister city certainly is being W. B. Moore, the popular managerof of Ice held by the tongs. Every housekeeper i

eral States and expressing preferencefor dated the ice factory, has perfected an invention can see at a glance that he is ,
Saturday says: "H. C. Living- purified by fire. The fire loss two .p
securing settlers from other State ton: was shot and almost instantlykilled weeks ago did $100,000 damage. that indicates that he has getting his full amount cf ice as it i

rather than from foreign countries, by Thonlas Merritt here this made a. ten strike. He has invented comes into the house. The device

the immigration convention held at evening about 8 o'clock. It seems New Campaign Committee. p combination Ice tongs and ice scales has attracted attention of those Inter-

Tampa last week adjourned sine die. hat Livingston, while intoxicated, advanced (Times-Union.) the utility of which will be recognizedat ested in manufacturing novelties of '

once. Within a pair of ice tongs this kind, and Mr. Moore has already,
The coal dock of the Fitzgerald Coal on j..Merritt with drawn revolver Hon. Arthur Williams, chairmanof
Mr. Moore of ice scales, been offered several thousand'doBars
place a pair
Company at Jacksonville, collapsed and was shot by Merritt before he the state Democratic executive
which, by the aid of a set screw, cane for his rights in the patent Miami
could his
t committee has
early Saturday morning and fell into use gun. Livingston for announced the appoint. :

the St. Johns river. The dock was several weeks has operated a barbershop ment of the five members of the state made to show instantly the amount I News-Record. q

heavily loaded with between 3,000 and at this place, and was about 25 committee, who, with the secretary --------- -

4,000 tons of coal, in equal quantitiesof years old. Both parties were reared and chairman, will constitute the cam- EaIdoastiiiiiikit
steam coal buckwheat coal. The near this place and had many friends paign committee for the present campaign

heavy rains of the preceding few days and relatives here.% ..0 i
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'.' overweighted!, the piling and the accident The city of Daytona,held the_regular The committee will consist of the

; );}' resulted. No one was hurt. a-mual erection of municipal officersat following members:

p'":;, -, Capt. Ochiltree, of Punta Gnrda, a the city hall Wednesday, February Chairman, Arthur T. Williams of Fire Insurance Florida and

retired officer in the U. S. Army, is in 1:. One hundred and nine votes wen Jacksonville.

f.' the city for medical treatment and cast of witch seven were illegal. The Secretary, Herbert L. Dodd, of Lake ...iTITUSVILLE WesternMeats

with his wife is stopping at Mr. J. F. officers elected were: Mayor, S. G. Seadan City.V.

", Richards. Last week by some stranger ; Cle-K, A. McF. Porter; Assessor, J. Tucker, Fort Pierce. FLORIDA

'. freak of the brain, he lost the memory \' M. Ed-nondson; Collector, W. G. C. E. Davis Madison ---

for words and with his eyes upon the Hobbs; Treasurer F. T. Peck; Coun F. J. Fearnside, Palatka.S. I represent some of the leading
of all Kinds.TITTJSVILLE
"'":' printed word. He knew the letters ci'men for two years, Joseph Osborne. Phillips, Williston. companies of the world and any .

and the word when pronounced for George N. .;lark, E. L. Shear:", Henry A W. Cockrell, Jacksonville. business entrusted to me will receive -

him, but not when he saw It.-Arcadia Schmidt; School Trustees, C. M. Rogers Chairman Williams has calledi prompt andcareful attention FLORIDA

News. Win. JI ckson, George Lidwig. At meeting of the campaign committeefor

the special election held next Tuesday at 11 a. m. to be heldIn
for school
i'- An unconfirmed report reached this
rMleage of three mills fifty-three votes his office"at No. 106 Main streetThe
city Thursday morning that a large ,
were east, tae three mill assessment resolution adopted by the executive v
four masted schooner had gone ashore t<:
carried by a majority of thirteen. committee provides that the DEALERS IN ,
within a quarter of a mile of the Ward
campaign committee shall prepare and
Line steamer Bayamo, fast on the reef One has only to visit the 'passenger
r till the list of offices in the call ana Lumber and Materlalsj.fOF
of New River inlet, and is In need of depot en the departure of the train for Building
have published in schedule form the
4 assistance. The schooner is said to Knights Key to judge how popular .
list of all offices states and county,
have struck during the night and that that route has become. Nearly
elective and appointive, candidatesfor ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL -r .
the tugs standing by the steamer have the train reaches here packed to .
which are to be chosen at the primary Yards at TitnsYille Cocoa Ean Gallie Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach
gone to her assistance.liaml Me the limit with tourists who desire to y ry' :
election and shall prescribe all
tropolis. travel over the new seagoing railroad We are prepared to meet all fair competition house orders t, '
necessary forms and blanks rules and for shipment direct from the mills r ,- ,
Yesterday morning an extra coach was
This morning's train to
emulations, and do all things necesary -
coupled on to the train to provide ac'
Knights Key was the heaviest train .
? and advisable to be done in connection
operated since the opening of traffc rcmmodations for the crowd of travelers with such primary electionsnot i'h[ 'IWl'h...V.iV3V..icf.c.V8V.f rIVIV V"tr t .:

ti: that point on the Cth. The train and the regular parlor cars on : inconsistent with the primary elec.tion > )

??as composed of several coaches and the train had every seat filled. It Is law. .

'1; baggage cars, all well filled with pas. stated by those who have -been closely At the meeting next Tuesday the r HARDWARE tt

sengers and baggage. The majority associated with the railway for years. campaign committee will have a large [
that this season's travel is the, equal
cf the passengers were en route to Ha quantity of work to perform, and then

-c: ana, making connection with the if not a little above that. of any previous the campaign may be considered formally -

steamer Halifax at Knights Key this winter.-Miami News-Record. opened.

afternoon at 4 o.c1ock.-Iiami Metropolis Mttssrs. C. F vValker. of savannah Jas. Pritchard & Son :
F:. W. Irvine of Lake City candidate .
Saturday. Ga., and B. B. Mrcshew of Picrson

at ihe seat the first of th_ for Railroad Commissioner was a passenger -
of the were county
Capt. J. Webb proprietor
Standard Lime Works at Kendrick was ""eelThese gentlemen with other on the early Coast Line train Handle the Finest Lines of j|
this morning. When the train reached -
in town Tuesday, having just returned.:! incorporators, hare purchased all the '
from a trip down the cast coast. HP Walters lands d >wn in Kalamazoo settlement Plant City Mr. Irvine got on it. He Heavy and Shelf Hardware pOur

in the south end cf the county could not find a seat, and when the
said he went down as far as Knight'S'Key.
and Is delighted with the ocean and will: convert a large percent or conductor came around he at first refused -
it into a truck farm. The company to pay fare stating that the law Stock of .
railway, and says that hundreds are '
hopes to send gut 200 cars of vegetables wag explicit as to a passenger not be-
taking the trip for the extreme noteltjof
from this property next or the ing liable for fare unless a seat is pruded Guns and Sporting Goods
It. Mr. Webb has a fortune in lime
following season. Fifty acres are tbe :> %* says the Tampa Times. The ,,
and is taking life easy, spending the
summers In California and the winterson cleared at once and prepared for 'a conductor insisted, so, Mr Irvine pal is complete at all times .

celery farm. The company is capital under protest taking a receipt for it
the east coast and in Cuba.-ocala __ __ ___
He said the matter would be carrier u n
ized at $23,000, :and it proposes to es -
into the court for a test.
tablish big -'egetable industry on
According to reports which reach a _.
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here from Key West the poor peopleof these lands said to be as rich as any A Baby Paints and Oils of Qualityone

in need of the lands in the State.--Volusia Count should be sunshine in the house and will be>>
that city are great
Record. if you give it White's Cream Vennifnec the of our Specialties 2
+: necessities of life. A meeting of the best worm medicine offered to suffering hu- t

city council of that city was called last For Rheumatic SufferersThe manity. This remedy i is becoming the per -= l
manent fixture of all households. A mother
Friday" for the pqrpose of considering with children can't set alone without a bottleof
relief from afforded by
quick pain applying will
the labor organizations White's Cream Vermifuge in the house. Quotations for large or small orders ;
relief measures and Pain Balm makes it !
Chamberlains a
Sold by Banner Drug Store and Titnsvill .
be attention. Mail Orders
y ': have also taken the matter up favorite with sufferers from rheumatism sciatica Pharmacy. ___.____ I given personal ,
' 's and pledged themselves to do all In lame back. lumbago and deep seated Feel languid weak. run-down? Headache solicited and promptly filled I

their power to help relieve the condi- and muscular pains. For sale by Titusville Stomach"off"?-Just a plain case of lazy lire
Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach -
and all druggists.
k: tiong. The reports of the conditions promotes digestion, purifies the blood. L TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

existing there are corroborated by1hc Cheapest accident insurance-Dr. Thomas WANTED-Second band bags and barlapt

: Miami Key West News-Record.Citizen of last Friday- wound.Electric Oil.All druggists Stops the sell pain it. and heals: the any freight kind RICHMOND:any quantity BAG: anywhere.Kichmond.A';we pay'a, NHvWN .,wm'MW1 11'I}YI "'}II}


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; estant alliance passed resolutions expressing

their astonishment and dis- BEST FOR THE ,

tress" at the Ling's action. They now

assert that under the bill of rights he

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vacated the throne by so doing as It

declares that any sovereign holding It yw hareat a plar.b ltby momeDt of tha
communion with the Church of Kon.e bowel* Terrdtr.jou'ntlUorwtl. Seepyenr ,
rowels open and be well. Fore. IB ila 1Yiolent 'of
shall l>e clc'arred from the throne of physic cr pin 4)018011,1. dangerous.mootke The .
1 n;!and and his subjects absolved .t,e..leat, most perfect wa.of keeping
the bow,,U clear and clean la to take .
from allegiance CANDYCATHARTIC '

Sunrarettes! Crowd Prisons.

Another raid of theoman suffragists .

was made last week in the effort

to force their admission to the parhameiit t

N. wr'y.. house. Aloat fifty of the women

._-_.u. .. ." ....-,.. .. got cloce ;.> h.- t.i tr-ice concealed 11
a fnruitjreun uuJ tin made a tit-o i

'1 was simply an emergency measure. but I lag::: the Chickasaw Nation out of $31.- perate das, while re-enforcements .

; i CONGRESSIONAL I I he believed there would not be any re- 000( by means of false expense vouchers came up..m foot. Cut the 1'0:1.wen':

'I: ; I I lief until the entire banking systems :. on Land in force and made about fifty Pleasant.EAT Palatable'EM LIKE Potent,CANDY Taste Oood DO

jould be reformed. While he was ::arrests the women electing to jon Good New Sif ien.Weaken or Gripes 10.Xa ando
:. Aldrich Presents; His Bill. with the president in his fight lawbreaking s cents per box. Write for free sample and boot
on heir
coianiJes in rather thanto m
prison let on health. Address
% :.: In the of full attendance I L EXECUTIVE I
preen a capital he differed with him pay the tines imposed.! { Sterlina Remedy COIII+parq. Chicago or New Tark.
f/- \; of the Fe n:1te. a number visiting rep- as to the proposed remedies and deprecated -
Socialism In the Commons. KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEANPKOr.'cS
r entathes and with the gallerie! his frequent criticisms!, of corporations New With .
Treaty France.A
Replying to a motion in favor of -
the -- -
ti ;.. packed with spectators. nmc n"l1om as one of the disturbing factors H'r
y new arbitration between the
treaty nationalization of
Fat J. Pierpont Morgan and hK Washington the railways of Eng- t
> He did not believe tint anything United States and France has been lanJ. PreMueutLIoyJGeirge TO PROTECT CROPS.
' I bank corn'!-i>ondeat. InxIJentGlover short of imprisonment for the malefactors .t'
signed by representatives of the two of --
of'the liters National !>.>nk. Ink would ever be effective.La '
countries and will soon be submittedto the board of California Fruit Crcwers to Be Warned
I .
the row' reserved for the family and Toilette
proposed rider his
as a
the senate for ratification. This trade in the cf Suca'cn Temperature Chan ea. ,
, friends of Vice President Fairbanks .
"' bill for the pbYt'kal"aluatioll of railroads I
provides that practically! all questions Douse of coin- I The laid :hates \.eatli bureau J
last week Senator Aldrich of Choir .
which had been
pig .mboled in
: arising between the two governments moan said on recently pl.t into oiH-ratiou a plan by .
%,., Island a>. leader of he committee
; interstate
i i: \' on commerce. shall be settled by arbitration.New Lehalf of thegoveramentthat w t ? which it il i- tbu'iiht fruit grower lthNI'lout
the majority and La Follette urged that no railroad
q the t.!MUg\ l belt of S.P.I r't
,, -" chairman of the lands should le accepted for Fertility Treasury Official. a
Riverside and Los Angeles
the time had nardino.
". finance committee +>n currency unless the value-and eoslof : The president has sent the name of
for Inquiry counties \\i'l! lv given ample protection
come an .
ir! : opened the deliateoa reproducing the road should have Louis A. Coolidge Massachusetts to
into the from c1:1D1e to crops by fro!'t. .
. J s tb e'liergt} b een ascertained by the interstate commerce the Donate for the position of assistant :
,,' whole subject, says a I.on'I, dispatch
tN of the
currency lull niwr commission. secretary treasury to succeed
ed from his committee J. II. Edwards who recently resigned.Roosevelt's While the railroad % In this district sudden changes In
Williams' Currency Bill. coin pan u'shad I. ;- /% / temperature are not unusual during; .

i Senator Aldrich. his and n IDe.which While bear he: What will be known as the minority I Legal Error. I I done their 'f'y. i winter mouths and it has been found

h z currency bill was introduced in the When William S. Rossiter named byPresident best for the pair that the printed charts issued by the .
admitted that it was not a perfect or '. .I
hou eby John harp Williams, the Roosevelt as successor to' lic. he lIclien'c.l weather bureau do not Insure sufficient -

permanent plan of reorganisation for Democratic leader. Tin measure was Public\ Printer Stilhngs recently re they were -run protection especially in the remote i
the financial of the be !I
system c-ouutrj. David Llojd.George
the result of a conference with the mi- moved called at the treasury department rather tug much portions of the" great orange" belt.
did ninlntain that it was the mo tcomprehensive
scheme that could be nority members of the committee on : to file his bond the officials declined b.\ sWt'ils.Thi& was greeted with Arrangements ban been completed by .

banking and currcmy. The bill provides to accept it on the ground that, cheers and laughter by the Liberals which It is possible to send warningsby
devised to afford immed'ale relief In
r that the total liabilities of any while under the law the president had and Labontes telephone at any hour of the day or
; : the event of another He
national I bank shall n+exceed ::w percent the power to suspend the public printer Russia night Substations have been established
=. reviewed the recent panic and Turkey Off.
spore of the capital stock irrespective by that very act the assistant to I to which warnings will be sent. '
approvingly of the steps taken by leading TIle threatened concentration of C0.-
of discounts; that no national bank that official autocratically became the and from these substations the warnings -
! bankers and by the government to 000 fcolcli rs on the Turkish frontier
t shall lend in the aggregate more than incumbent of the office. The office of will IK- sent to growers, nearly all
has had the effect of the sultan
save the day evidently referring to the cowing
r seven times the amount of Its paid up printer is appointive by the president of whom have telephones and can be-
work of Morgan and his friends.! \s into the withdrawal of his troops from
but necessary of confirmation by the reached Whenever sudden
capital plus Its unimpaired surplus quickly a
to the idea of a central bank pt fS l ue. ( Persia: and the adoption of a more con
I -ate. This makes n. T. BrIan. let '
Violation of these In is it will
provisions is made drop temperature expected
be thought this now out of the ciliatory tone1 the same time Austria -
questtion loge deputy the holder of the office
punishable by fine or imprisonment Itwuul Russia be known at Los Angeles in ample
and have to better
although he believed the country come
+l allow any national bank to keep periling the presentation of ItossiteYsname time for the growers to protect their
terms the construction of the
"a over
would adopt such plan in the course
g to the senate and his confirmation -
I :,0 per cent of its reserve in United Macedonian railroad.AntiAmerican crops by smudging or In other ways.
of time. He also favored the plan of that
States bonds or in the bonds of state by laxly A clerk will be on duty at the Lo
f giving to the banks the sole of Agitator Expelled.
power or certain municipalities, and the elastic Army Airship Bids Accepted.The Angeles office of the weather bureau at
Issuing notes involving the retirementof By a vote of 40 to 35 on Feb. 11 the
currency feature is contained In a secretary of war bas accepted all hours to rend out such warnings.
all United( States notes but explain assembly at Manila expelled Domlna-
Sl'.tiOJl"bich provides that these municipal bids for furnishing heavier than air
5- ed that this was not Included in the dor Gomez, a labor and anti-American
bonds may he deposited in the flying w1.hlI1'S from J. F. Scott Chicago .
bill because it could not hope to pas agitator although a former vote had
nearest subtreasury in exchange for : A. M Herring. New York and 1 So Tired
the present congress. To provide emer- declared him qualified After he had >
United States emergency treasury W nsbt brothers. Dayton. O In ,all
gency notes Issued by the government been refused the opportunity to speakIn
notes. A feature bids but the
striking of the bill is forty-one were received
would be bad. because it would create his own behalf he made the motion It may be from overwork but
the authorization of a tax of one-six three mentioned were the only ones
"a popular demand for more of the for his own expulsion. His enemies the chances are its from an Inactive
teenth of 1 per cent on deposits to create that complied with the specifications.It .
same kind of' money. asserted that he was not a citizen LIVER.
r fund of $15.000.000 to Insure the fundsof was a part of the agreement that
The Aldrich bill which is modeled A new election for his district
depositors in case of the failure of a none of the particulars of the bids were With a well conducted LIVER
after the German pattern provides for will be ordered.
the issue of not more than oOO.OOO,000 bank. The final section' of the bill provides to be given out. but retained as confl one can do mountains of labor

a penalty of fine or Imprisonmentfor dential. Some of the conditions of acceptance -
s' of national bank notes redeemable in without fatigue.It .
any bank officer who shall make a are that the machine must remain RELIGIOUS I
"lawful money" at the national treasury :
loan for the purjK e of stock gambling. in the air at least one hour l land adds a hundred per cent to
or its branches the same to be dis-
tributed among the banks by the sec- Notes. without damage be under perfect control Origin of the "New Thought." ones earning capacity.It .

retary of the treasury in the proportion The house committee on war claims and equilibrium and be capable of In the February McClure's GeorpineMilmine. can be kept in healthful action
a speed of at least forty miles: an hour
y of the capital and surplus to the has reported unanimously a bill to reImburse in still air. The machines are expected who is running a biographical by, and only by

i' total capital and surplus of all the owners of confiscated property sketch of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, describes
to be for trial fall.
ready next
banks the notes to be taxed 6 per cent in the south during the war. involving the schism In the Christian SI-

and based on accebtable state munici- a possible outlay of $10.000.000.In Director of Posts Proposed.The ence movement in the early eighties '

pal, county and railroad securities deposited opposing the senate amendment to Joint congressional committee appointed when a considerable number of her utt'sPilisTAKE

by the banks with the government the deficiency bill granting $1S Z;:; to to investigate the working of strongest students became dissatisfiedwith

,a Fvnator Bankhead for service on the the postofbce department made a the more extreme teachings of

c The senator admitted that our money inland waterways commission Tawney. preliminary report suggesting several Mrs. Eddy and commenced the Investigation -

system might fairly be called a patchwork In the house, made the point that the radical changes In the organization of of mental healing from another

} but held that it had answeredthe president had exceeded his authority the executive machinery of the department side, which. while affirming the powerof NO SUBSTITUTE.

purpose of this nation well. He .. in creating that commission.One chief among faith: is the recommendation mind did not deny the existence of

L tr.L;. and the committee believed that the lone Democrat in the house summoned that the actual direction of disease, much less of matter. These

knowledge of such a fund of money In courage to attack the Bryan the business of the service be placed in dissenting students formed the nucleusof HANDY MOTH PAPERA

}a, : reserve would prevent a recurrence of leidership. This was Leake of New the hands of an officer!: with necessary what was later to become the *new

'Sir) the panic. And he warned the senate Jersey who charged Bryan with taking assistants, to be appointed by the president thought" movement moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed

t4,5-; that there remained "many causes for the "big stick" from the presidentand and confirmed by the senate for I Gibbons on Prohibition.In ing under it drives carpets away or in moths the folds and of worry fur and Twelve cloth.

disquiet in Industrial and financial circles with "crucifying the policies of long terms, so as to Insure the continuity a New Orleans interview CardinalGibbons sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents. I

t ," adding that "it Is probable that Democracy on the cross of socialism. of efficient service which they was quoted as saying "I am Six packets 50 cenU if druggist doesn't have it.

there will be considerable additions to The Republicans applauded this very say cannot be expected in the fullest persuaded that it Is practically impossible Madigan Powder Work,Selection 846Clarkraville '

the army of the unemployed." enthusiastically but hisses came from measure when the business is intrust to put prohibition ,Iowa

R Next day the bill was taken up and the Democratic side. ed. as at present to a postmaster general Into effect In

the amendments of the committee Chairman Jenkins of the house Judiciary and certain assistants selected Y-, '_! ,,- any large communi TIME IS MONEY _

forma two. Aldrich committee lectured the Her. S. without special reference to experienceand
adopted prb except !": t ty. The be rt means.
said the committee was consideringother E. Nicholson, who appeared for the qualifications and subject to frequent .'J therefore; u protemperance 1jC

amendments to be offered later. American Antisaloon league to urge change. : mote Ito ,

: Senator Bailey, minority leader on the prohibition measures. Jenkins told him limit the number .

committee said that there would be that congressmen did not want to re- of saloons by high 1
no obstruction although he was opposed port bills for the sake of Christianity license." The card- iY

to all forms of money except: or anything else that they knew would Cardinal Gibbons nap, saM be VQuld

those Issued by the goternment: Hejrould be turned down by the courts. \\hen Douma Hears Milyoukov. favor inflicting severe punishment for

: Issue government notes in place tie antiprohihitionists were heard by A ort of parliamentary boycott na the first violation of the law and for

P4 of the gold certificates and transfer the this committee Feb 11 Theodore Su- begun l against lYofevsor Paul Milyou- second offense would revoke the licen -

gold to the general redemption fund. tro. president of the New York branch key by the reactionary groups of the =e. For country places he wouldsrg

r which would amount to $900,000.000 of the German-American alliance, said Ku::sian dounia a fev days rep when :,: est looal option. He did not II elieve -

4. on which $2,500,000,000 of currency that If the law could pay what a man the leader of the Democrats in making laws like prohibition

r could' be floated. He believed the Al should or should not drink it could also attempted to speak for the hn t that were certain to be violated, for 1..

t drich currency would be a drain on the t'aytiIOU shalt not take a mouthful of time after his return from America their ipressant \"iolatlonoull cause

: treasury fund Just the same and wou'd mince pie or a tumbler of water. It where he had made a speech dealing them to IK viewed with disrespect This M just as true in regard

permit a raid on the gold in the treasury was his belief that as many murders frankly with the Iussiati situation. Protestants Turn to Pope. Machines anything else Sewing

hid been committed by dyspeptics re Repeatedly the Octt;orist!> and mud By using Long Shuttle
I At a recent conference In New York Machines no matter
3- senator Till man drew attention to a 'ilting from mince! pie and ice water archistb left the Ch:4, thus breakIng : how well made you are actually thro-Tin

". ti'herto unnoticed feature-namely. I as by men inflamed to violence bj the quorum and compelling[ the-mI. city attended hy about twentyfivemembers away 3 hours out of every sevenTHESsTAMUKD *
of the :
I Episcopal church the
that prescribing conditions for the retirement : strong drink. Journment of the Mttm;. Iut ear ROTARY SHUTTLE
majority of whom were laymen and I SLWINO
of the proposed emergency A rE'olutionIS offered in the hou e I e time \1. Milyouko\! held his ground cud MACHINE
presided over by Father Paul bead of Will wake 3.50 stitches
1} currency. The present legal restriction by Pou (Dc>m.. N. C.) calling for the appointment resumed his si>oexh until finally his opponents the Shuttle Machin make ID the same time Long
j convent at Garrison only Zee.
upon the retirement of all nationalbank of a committee of five to ascertain gave In fur fear of a complete The Standard Rotary Principal
a !society called the Anglican Coma is most sci
s notes would be removed. This whit corporations contributed stagnation; of the business of the entifically correct which fact has bem

be pointed out. would confer upon the to the presidential' campaign funds In douma union was orgini/M whose .avowed by 25 years of successful use In all partlof the n
purpose Is to work for the ultimate world and l.your
I Wall street controlled banks not only 1S;. 1900 and 1J)04 I Edward at Requiem For Carlo Irvine to it continuously
of the Episcopal to the Homan copy without success. TUP
1 : the of inflating the currency The two resident commissioners of T.\ IHlm RtM
power Oil the ,
I same clay. Pel 8. then the hnrch In stating the objects of the TfIE
but of contracting It. so as to absolutely the Philippine assembly. Pablo Ocampo ftftieral cereiiiuuies WORLD'S BEST bLWING MACHINE is two

i 5, :; dominate every form of business in, aid Benito egarda, have been Intro- I Ii formed for the dead were and being lit'f union Father Paul said it was not a machines pall m one-Lock and Chain J>tit<'h-
.I prince plot to Ret: a few Anglicans to leave t3earinXsfand-Straight Automatic
dustry. In reply to Tillman.Idrich i i duced to the leaders of the house and Portugal at Lislwu l 1>0 not foil to lurestigate the Lift
i sympathetic eercL the church and Join another but a merits of the
raid he would not object to an amend enate by Secretary Taft and ha'eheen .;psetv held In the other capitals ofEtirope movement to bring the two churches Fastest, afoot Sient! Ea."ipst Running and the

Kent limiting to J9.000.000! the amountof I assigned to seats In the house. attended most .datable sewing Machine made, TilE
by members of ST.t:
-S royal together in the same relations which DAlllsyI'A4Y.
the present bank circulation to be They will have the right of debate but and noble Cunll'st: London KIn,g they had before the reformation 1&ren latlon"" 5";rite for prices demonstration and Easy is

l = retired In any one month. Tillman'*i ? may not vote or introduce bills Edward for the first tine in his reign meat Plan. Guaranteed Sewing Jachines Pay.

amendment provides for such a limitation Stephens of Texas succeeded In getting entered a Catholic church when he What to Do When Bilious $12.00 The up.

and will force this matter into the before the house an arraignmentof and the queen attended the requiem mSt : I Th right thins to do when you feel bilion 58 Standard S. Broad Sewing 81., 11achine Co"
discussion. Attorney General Bonaparte for the I James' church in of the is to tab a dose of('hamtxrlain's tomarh t n Rayner. the Maryland Democrat action of the department of justice In i memory Liver tablet*. They will cleanse the stomach The Standard Sewing Machine
Portuguese king and prince. This caused ami rrenlatc the liver and bowels Try i it.
to said the opposition would) have the dismissing indictments against five lal' : a great outcry among the ant, Fnce 25" cents Samples free at TitasvillePharmacy is sold by the Indian River ..

45r consolation of knowing that the bill : dan! Territory men accused of defraud Catholics and the council of the Pro t- and all dealers Music House, Titusville

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