The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
April 3, 1908


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


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

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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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S ST I E wepreg yne we'showin aeMONDAg APRIL 6 1908 Siima for men and young men are
lI" PallG t h uts ideal garmets in every r espectP ul PVaps eat People that Ladi' silk gloves, te wellknown ethi Abt the People of TituI otheyare a lor s llog, $10 special 9 cents, Tmi ll Tloring lf a B T Hal-e Thrd aRn h tn Ville 85 They Come Ind Go
m Ten tmore ad o ad you'llcolors black and white only.
Mir, D vil. find them up to the noteh in work- WANTED-Pool tble, must be in White linen, specially good for The prettiest line of Panama hats i e r lovelty Btensd li mood af ma style, fity and wear No first lass co edition and cheap Give skirts or suits, 90 incheswide rth shwn n the east oat. 5.00 each at ateas Cae asnd get iarg tis matter wha prie you want to pay t i and partislas L,1 Monday only 1 n pr y .. B renn n ..
L D for your pring suit, be it $10or $25care f ST office. Whitehandkerehief linen, specially Come to the pecil ealed Packge y boy's blouses? Well go choe one of these handsome gar Miss Ida Dodson left Wednesday good for shirtwaists, 36 nces wide. ale," at the ovlt Stor on SturSlarge shipment just ar- mets and you will be choosing well for K sas where she expects to re- worth T cents, Monday, 59entsper day and Monday, April 4th and th.
There built from choice materials mainforsome timewith her bother. yard I. M. Do soN. eBt of sa Edm Sbaturdays for sale in erneest 1908 patterns and ay on his re- s-barred pure Irish linen, 36 Soda fountain andr thagingoutfit, a d Inquire of F. N. h d we are confident we em We call attention this wromeek ayto the inches wide, er ay stylish for shirrlt- eo fo sunme; on A e pnut plase you in style as well as fit. new announcements in the announce- aists and shirtwaist suit, Monday; roFstrRd warmer. Appl to Boo 103, .L l of I Never in all ourbuiness career have ment columns F. Hudsonforda en only, 4 cents per yard. Tir. avill Mrs.
a r iwe r so attractive a line of garke ator and R B. Ste for rerese- We will place on sae about 1000 the Miss Ed w ith Paterson is expected to S the 5th ad py the tas we Preceived church last Saturday a visit of sen. yards of gingham, excellent variety arrive here tomorrow from PhiladelWINSTON S& RANNING of patterns, specially good for chilI phis.
S m Sunday evening. After short ser- months in Conkling, formerly dren's dresses, Monday's special, 12 cents cottages, expect to SS. Cotant keeper of the Up-to-Dte Clothing House er the Walker rs per yar. Dr. E. R. Blakewood left this morhome of refuge at Oak Hll, allee d here with er abtai sil in all the leeding ising for Osteen and will take a vasath ie altum Saturday stopping ville Fl Co., in town Monday on his re- shades including Copenhagen blue, ition for the summer months. t is dplc orr supplies. turn to Fort Pierce from a few days' 25 inches wide, Monday's special, 59
ti t rompcd tita Chrche be fWor in Tidec vior visit in North Florida cents per yard. of Mr. and Mrs. Robisson and daughThirteen new members were taken Mis. Ethel Wilson returned home Figured lawns, made by oneof ter who have been spending the atis an rill briah h ts ris ide to into the Presbyterian church lae t Saturday frsEm a visit of seveam best mills in the country, endless va- winter here in one of the Robbins
Halleit nin rt w e nday evening. After a short ser- the in Csnectiet, also spending yard, Monday's special, 15 cents per cottages, epet to etur home next all eato ase iSoth Tthe ol. Meditl M onseal, en- tes eoedt o h
in araoare being mad motRev lobein hisimpressive man- afewdaysatOngedale ithhersis- Ladies' umbrellas, endless variety Wednesday. Crl ma b G orese, . Sagn of four glownaevlk, corth .50, pr $ rl slOto r cnduatede btize o nda a rof Mrs. C handles made ofgood quality of dMr P. Zip, of Oak Hill was in thbdl eote blkdwel- service, baptizing ten of the number. reports a lovely trip se tr town for a day or so the first pat of Supa the lt rn d prehased aedTh joining were Mrs. Blonnedies readymade skirts inll the the week. He expects leave soon
S . t Goodwin, Mrs. Christine Knox An- M. Wetoe left Mony wolorsincldingCopenhagen blue for the mountains of Georgia to nie, Jeannette and Marguerite Nor- to join her brother and sister-is-law, and stripes, prices from $4.1 to spend the summer. 'Trse rLe.larm was sounded at the wood, ans Tmie, Sarah and Lua Mr. and Mrs. lsaur Denby, of New SI n
Ste ville r .dre Foy Willie York city, for a ten days' or a two Ladies' white canvas oxfords, MisFlorence Hall, who has been aa about 1 p. m. The nrt-ie Du Lab and Lend L weeks' styat Atlantic Beach She made of the best quality of linen, attending school here this year, was westeer oftheroofovertheboil- ley. The ree tteroneswere will also visit with friends in turned sole, style Gibson tie, worth called away Sunday on account of same ht fromase refuse mater- tied in infancy. The church was sonville while away. d d ies' ia k lislese you no the illness of her mother at their di bet prompt action pt ot the beautifully decorated with flower, M. armack, wife and little doubt have see it advertised in The home in Marion county. arn it id o serious damage s and with othe Sec m nsic added Sam and Mr.Em by, Mrs. Cardlmack's. Ladie Home Journal No. 1n409 K., Mr F. W. Bailey, representing the
I d -r. mss ernsh- s especial k CHas.R hn the famous Onyx brand,t t hl
de much to the lovely service, mother, have returned to Winches- special, 54 cents per pir. Gulf Refining Co., o Atlanta. wa in
Im la vnbh Miami stopped here ter, Tenn., after spending sometime Misses hose, fine ribbed, worth 25 town last Friday and called at THE lh niht r y from i- The s revival rvicsa at the in Tituille. The were delighted cents, Monday's special, 15 cents per STAR office. Mr. Bailey formerly mito Jneimvilt e with the follow- Methodist e stnh aree bein" eon tin- wi ti t ce an d our hdelthul pair all sizes 5 1-2to 91-2. covered this territory for the Norwas byo e ti adayiam Ser wgl fn i Ladienes' shirtnwaist in all the newila prt aboard: Messrs. Max and llOfthiswek making a ession river and hope to return another sea- et styles, handsomely trimmed with ve-Shapleigh Hardware Co., of St. jsl epf, C. A. Graves, A. Sargent of four weeks in all. Eleven candi- son, embroidery and lace, worth $1.50. Louis. dOttoVoes The ru from Fort dates were baptized Monday and Mrs. T. B. Wilson, of Wabury, special SI Admiral J. H. Gillis, of Melbourne at 73 p. m. At t eaterbutl, Mail orders promptly filled on e f a
e to Titusvlle was made Mo- over fifty new members have been Conn., joined her husband here Sat- of the above goods. Beach, spent a part of last week and d in 13 bourg All had aplemasant taken into the church urday. This is Mrs. Wilson's first Juuus K Titusville. this week in town attending circuit time exept Mr. Max Zpf, who was Narrow E ap From a Fire visit to Florida, where they have de- court, he being a deeply interested quit emdi e a tided to make ther home, havng Church Notes party in the case of the state vs. Mr. and m. & F. ves and tir with o purehi ed a lot inTitusvilleon which Rev. Win. Stones will preach on Lipocomb, colored, who was convictan, Mr. t Iv, atuvr tine which had beeoe n used in they will probably erect a building Sunday, April 5th, at LaGrange at ed of grand larceny Tuesday aftertw the Msea Laur and Lives, a show windows caught afire in the near future 11 a. m. and atTitusville at 7:30 p.m. noon and sentenced for two years in left Wed day for teir inby spntneos combustion in the re beervieeinSt.Gabriels the state penitentiary for stealing a e sped the ome rearpartof W.S. Bra g'seloth teu it aned Order nowand cureh, Thus e nd April fine gun from Admiral Gillis some ehea qualitla rte hread, on behickor. Measures taken. fhurrh, Tiusville on Sonday, Flil returning th fpe n the ir fore ls fridhe night ut Eg yR11'tiks, askets 5th, at 7:3D p.min. Dean Roottomn three years ago. Irlda abode. An'most enjoyableoee r night butluckily DRY GOODS, fiiatein SundaySHO Mr.C. F. Dwyer, proprietor of the the smoke was discovered by Jesse Five drwer drip-ead n ehine l at r ed
Jhen o te F orl e cloth by yard, or n l V00 Melbourne on Sunday evening at stopped off here Monday on his way s' rtre. the nick of time to vethebuilding. C s. A. G e 7:30. to St. Augustine in the launch Irene, ed by the Tituville orchestra These rs had been thrown back in :
_yt _e h . acornerby a negro afterusingthem Callfor Mass Meeting Services at the M. E. church, Co- J. W. Taylor, where the Ponce de
Moving Days during the day. Ten minutes later w roaster Wher regular ctingof the April 5th. Sermon at 11. m. Leon celebration is going on this
y and Wednesday were tbe store would have been losed and town council will be heldat the and7:30 p.m. by Rev. W. J. Bart- week. Mr.E.Day's hofRockmoing days in town. Dr. Spell the blaze would not have been no- council chamberonTuesdayevening, lett, of Canada. The pastor of Co- ledge, also passedhere Monday for to the Walkercttag, c r tined from the street by a person April 7th, and as they desire an ex- con church is expected to dedicate a the Ancient City with a party of i Ml and Pam; L. .Haileandfam- chancing to pass by until it had got- presion of the wishes and opinions place of worship at Enterprise Sun- racing motor board, also towing ihe fly moved into their own home, which ten well under way. The narrow of the tax payers on several import- day a.m. Services will continue on isentered in the motor bou t rach was vacated by C. B. Kingnu who escape has set a lesson thatshould be ant matters, I therefore call a mass until Sunday night at the M. E. is entered in the motorboat r s
edinto the secottageFred remembered, vis: thatall greasyrags meeting of the citizens at the court church at Titusville. there this week.
esa ed intothe Dos nottager andoily clothes should be burnt as house on Monday evening, April 6th, Rev. L.T. lobe will hold servicesin Enlarged pictures of 'ur lf or your just give up b Dr. Spell and D, H. soon as used or placed in an airtight at 7:30 p. m. All are requested to the Rockledge Presbyterian church loved ones given ca ree to -h culat giv. upm by Dr Spel. adr D.H. tomers limited quantities to ti supplied. Spell moved into the Swindel cottage. metal bucket, come. B.R. WI.SON, Mayor. Sunday at 11 a. n. and at Titusville Call at Heath & C's. store and they Ttsl W- at 7:30 p. m. After the sermon at will be pleased to explain full particuDwelling o R t Tuvlle Won e Game Yacht Club Meeting Last Night each service the sacrament of the lars.
Bme with 7-met, including dining Eau Galle baseball team played Indian River Yacht club held a Lord's supper will be administered For Rent
rem and kitchen. arge enough for Titusville at this place yesterday af- meeting last night at THE STAR of- and all persons wishing to unite with The Taylor ettages and ied ruoms twNmltasllie Wmodrint piartial- ternoon with the score resulting in file at which the old officers were re- the church through profession of for the summer season. ly f shed Rooms ni a el and Ms. F. an. TAYLOR. ya elnt nigborbesd. Address favor of the home 'nine of 10 to8. elected for the present year with the faith or by letter will be received. I F ouer, J. D. Causa, Eau Gallie had the best of the game exception of Dr. J. S. Daniels for Tih1le. le. up to the fifth inning, when they president and Dr. H. G. Utley for For Sale Cheap CocoaTown Lots For Sale
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's weakened and the home nine piled secretary. Charles Massey, G. B. Sail boat outfit, most lspruevl c' "' HeiChts 28'lec r- r .- aT Feet, boom 23 feet, gaff 13 feet, how- on new. treiet oeneol up from r t, ing psix runs. Massey and E. R. Mason weread- rplt9feet, hoops, jaws and ironscm- railroad. ligs, dry, hiaith Ileatn.
Men's blue serge trousers, worth O n d mitted as new members. Treasurer plete, carge mainsail andjibneariy new 4 m utes malk frt s.t:,, fi
a a perpair. an Grapefruit Trees was instructed to collect dues for lvaisedI wire roestays, Alle a pY toeo (ittnd ef rs..J.c..
M uneshr.,rdeoa x- Gon tShlhFa. n ih 8all i tint clam srt diti. Ap Apply to Gee. C. Chitlcnd-s .1.
Men's underrtmade of n Grownat Shilo, Fla. h190 ply at once to J. CAPENARTr. Mitchell. Cocoa, Fla.
t quality of lisle thread, long hickoryhammock. Free from white Jr., commodore D Com Fla.Sshort sleeves, worth 75 cents, fly One yeartotwo year old buds. I For Sale Cheap For Csh sedaty's special, cents Prs from 25 to 35 n ts. Careful B. Pritchard. vice commodore, and For Sale Cheap About acres of good hich andun Men's nainoook ahirtSmd short lypackedand delivered at Oak Hill E. B. Wager, treasurer, arethe o- Forty dollars will buy a large second the ouster ocean ide f the Indian rier drawers, the famous B. V. D., $1.8 station. J.W. GRIFFIS, cersholdingoverforanotheryear. handRider-Eriessonhot airengine. Will at the Narrows, described as feullws: per it. Shilo. Fa. bern any fuel or rubbish such aseas be Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolotNo. 3, seeWe will also pat on sale about 5 Draying picked up in drnge groves. Just the tion 36. in township 31 south, range 39 pai of men's trouers, of medium A cool drink at a cool place at Daigor hlingofllkinds prmpt- thing for irrigation. Apply or addre: cast. Thie land is unimproved hut fineanddark patterns, famous Crown MANDY'S. Slyattxndedto. Meet il trains. I STR ffc -eated. Fr further particulars adH. &HOLTON.
B.e$. KL-- A cool drink at ae cool place at Brockton, Meass.
JUnIUS L For Long Lease Tituaville, Fl. ; MANDY'S. Ttmtvile Fla. A roomy home o Indian river, see- i I Photograph Gallery enty-five mc rattmebed. Bearing tre Nursery Stock for The Alpine Hotel ht h a er ta ngerfoed Smith's toe of 'Tue msadu afew ta treS Citrus stock grown on high pine' Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- Julio street for tte photos. All
Coe and and. work frst class and promptly attended
anY d sypa which weresop (isar ti. fo i T ken land. IndianRiverNurseries estab- ager. On the European plan -furn- uare f oe arstic aheno.A naltr"a l seles m i ery m.- farm, also boarding house in winter lished 1886. Send for catalogue. ished rooms and quick lunch. Con- to. Crayon, Pastel, water colors and B a Dn Fuinfom matin pply this offee. Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. trally located. oil paintgs a specialty.

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re the aremst tpws that the i d.rer gatefL Totell ea .laerniI.k
I e, tres with an abundance of iloo rds to d f ri 5 (l et, .
sad a crop o ooruge should Solo13o-F W PoaVr Ase old,
he la rest th e hl fr. Oun Fo-l t ade ,e-d W W shbou, Toi;. A. D 1 .
removed, to to ntie'y to..frm essl derk.
-ea -yI o4 3. Occupying d o. ad.Y -. b.O to gx .;.oeeee I,;0It.J . T
It dthe olta r t tros~io InQ.Mg slloa idny suf-e otaffil Tolal B;= =_.a, C l g -. Young men want Packa!Xa the couties rtl 0itrus i. wll to tb g met cse fst. bebyt about ell. ap=erane be blond with ao aboodzoe of wll p. conieut woo. tod todredof (of o J" yh shoes iecx-se of tlteir
wealth the coming year This seuou Fowid ers .oBotoro. d V.. 0.11 doePk
reencounty se the banner cou- A.Oertina manof41L..,Pem l aysrH Watonoo e. o a sO.D tyfoerc e n nd n oofl1y ..L th w.iato-w. W .& Gt . Wion, the eye as well as the foot.
0 to? rang ad Dt o1 Uyu the Fhothhowtodn es0.11"0 mr T. ILCo. r. Wm. Wct. cot.d
tael y P y and give to the wearer that nor the greabet ne n em iney WL Hoh. well dressed appearance EERY MIR
othesn marktst me from OWrange l mnt. rmIe o ri b r whicI distingulhes him as MVR ToWAiR
ct The qualty o the rett rl ad atinto.vals year ThedMtorootdst- belld fr thedeb Wh ose0eotZId = := '.d'
anothlg to do with the slump in prices tack Idid not mind. buts time wenthy the i pli nt a man of taste.
U the great les learned this year wresand at tis l me 'P- I ld in aront, ic id tate
s rgard to shopping green oranges 1 walked iwte. dimot moeerto .l holl bhe title tobepme t Sold at $3.0 $4.00 and $5.00 m all styles pi durg the .. time the polis 0A0 0ea0. to etos the handltog. thrult will be thec d of thoreslt iesas of eneouragmla the growers to Kidu Pillrs d me. Fom pmemal e- ert The pll dese T hebllot. poll
gretr efforts nest seasn to handle p.5. I know that this remedy otbede- UiLIUS K LolaNoftIts. ko .
the crp ad keep up the Pri. paosd am. to folfll th capeotma 00 u Lto primary hen old.
Orlaudo is surrounded with beauti- mad for it." TbC y Ex vt m itteewillmeet 00 Tltooeioo Apil 0, to repcs
ol grove that greatly ehaee the For 8le by all desates Price 50 ons the ed d l ket, ets., and they wi L soredlg of the many Sh resideao Poeter-Milbr Co., Baodo, New York, so tle ill oa atrday. my ea cad to the ostrils of our nrtherthen ens he United States. Rememer t e p m and declare the r t esult visitors the delightful odor of the blot aam-D take l e o other. thereof ad forh other bosinem may bh -ymm to %.0ne.1t M tot Un

the world. The trees are putting out pamt to a meeti o.the Demot T
new growth and never looked letter Eru tieo B MmittyoiBfrde .- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED to FEBRLARY 5. 19M hold anWednesday, MK loth NO ad Morey In Tamp. Ral Estte. than they do at presd nt. ifoctih f th moclfth Dso ti (Tampa New.) 99No. 3 STATIONS.No. 29 N 7 N 74No 9 seato eetio oseemmitto dated Feb, l h. D(Tampa New.) ily I Daily i Daily STATIONS. .y Doily b l A Lucky Reace. th ty EU Thirty years ago. E. t Durhams, a 8 pm U = oam L acle c Rm it n n o y o n e s. a. .. A r.. . A i ..
(Daytoma Journal.) cl Der tic primlar ie to eld Polk street negro shoamer, bought I01pm a The sname Chaf erokee, ohilet v e s a o er. 10a by t f t..... .i..... .o 110o ......Po I M AoR
Wty up from New Smyruna Wednesday nJose ltio Ia for the rpo f mi Tyler street for $15. Later, 1 feet 1214 eo ol lly 1 e B,:
s wIth a Mrewot of people m of olsoma mdaidctoorofr. waso sad te the First Methodist church "M 2n pi LV N- I . L! cmOu pith a Mrod of people or cdatte vosnted oythDem- owr im 3m 00 L r
the a o on the ma to ewa pmb n t ehs enlteis lo. n Tyler treet Thi weak. I. M t idbyTit .vl m, th old a Noeber l and to be a- Gibson ld the remainder of the ltod d e j t 1s1u 1 :, aabdt o ab g a ar ty of eight .eans Dator tornnoH O a ore t o 0 1 I
pil. of whom hs ere omen. lmm at bs screotf otdihosaid c no sucsfp a pm 00m 00 eB a. P. p n drafting out Mosqulto Inlet and per phsiavlyletia. Y., for a fire close 0 t with p 1010 m A.... .: Ifi.
his beldrowned. the lm 4qcltiorid downbytbse $10,00 and the money has been de 4o m 0 am L p.. um
o aoe oitin in theirmll. hered by Mr. Gibo to the shoemak- 4b p ... r 0, 0Hoi, -e-lA i T oe p arty r h h a sm l open e s letio n will be hepld in ptt et it0t 0 w
andhat o the engine of whih broke catth nde f omiud in rrthecmm al ho b e. Mr. Thompson is a pencil manua. De re dn,
loundndh the engine acturer. oe intends Impaotitg ths eeTKA, tAh- tsm don right in the channel to the in- sd e or ea mioes. t er. e it tend impro g the PALATA RA
let, with the tide carrying them out to Thoseoe ahs art all pperty in the very onear tture. RuSbit the Cherokee igted them toboomnd e bso to mo has t that It may note may PA TO PALATKA Pltk, Pal.k L TIT 57 A Sbt the Chero sighted them r inthe msmt months before Tampa may he turning 0rm r.d. Do l........ 1.:1
0aas thisw in D rof 10 the a ta h it o to pencils. From h ddae 153o to r10c000 oeor ti a .l run. onl. Drly . tr B R i
sfeelyy spite o thefognd doarr. w, who d ewto the rty year may be takeito 1 m Ot s
Moat of r resident who are given grtl oii nstit or um nt ir n u I d m t
to hosg know what It mem n to n e axe laotwof t otei swlheeto ft estate valuesnh here. Iti 1NCH
adrift i that Islet with an outgoing i4'titin" wh"e they .0to0 w SAt MA0 BwRAte
tide ad perhaps no anchor orfable idthei poltmaletydeemtto L EAST PALATKA Aes LOve SN M O a.
tided perhaps noeanor r abl e i da teformeme e c a Ha pritdryeleo intii held. A iy oe inr Titiil Rl e r i
of proper strength so they will be r .iajrh a at Ihti tef be eide kt TO I TO.l lnrh..A t SsN
Sble to appreciate the felins of the i oo o Dooo ....... .
e toed arty. Whe Rm s r tethero t1 womod mo ot b hes do u e-t hey A Po t
a The pn aternoo, on her return e ot t ich old tee it midt ool. Rc naa ee. the rlWiteth r MAYPORT l l ,
trip to New Smyrum the Cherokee .7ln leei, a ntI hper the -hto aot Vs if Agid.ib Dle soe,.f landCn i n n hoei soepr hve. Moe do at emp to hi -si tem- u wntm I came upon the Alma May. of this otn o nd dtoo.uru itcdtosa o to se i hou tWhi 'sCrenmVrermi- 001l.m01 0 r ,01 cominguin at the rategof s0ea0dao.tMr ddthlhJ rotowN hl -01 Un00e0 -1 Chir.l l nd f r 10601vet. Sld y Th i 0 001n at. n A,0. 011t, ..I ,
pleloe alino en er way to New Simyrd na oud taorep etive on ert r vo untd by Ivall lio O D i t y0, 2: b Bara hp to~hv nte r a e a4d sne.. DrgtSto .y.."rl I with passenger. but perched for the Twoeandidatore jus&ieofthe supreme o. .. t 50c .
time on a sand bar. hard and fast, the r H. It. Olmstead a former citizen o ot oil Dolly 1 No 7. 1
pilot having lot his bearings in the srrry of ste. this place nw a successful pineapple 1ew
"n folan OAs moB p to r greB J so .. eort P erce, h as been spend- S don. Iec o
Cherokee played the part of the Good A. trecoer. log a few days in town. He says
Samaritan. took the pasoengero off ".i. .. st of public in- that the pineapple crop now bids fair n sd...e at ifu F a. .
ad hastened to the rescue, taking the One ndidato for ommioa.ioer of agricul- to be the largest ever produced on the Co.l. o s adw s t K e hto Se Dvk re y Wost xal d H van c lo
pasengers on board and towing the eO. ddat m i East Coat. that the warm winter with lelha IRTBLdt bbh tthrarri, a ire otv ,l0
bast as tar as Port Orange. adjutant o.ned. just a sumient amount of rain to keep Otod 0s ts or d mthe C y held i0 l4a r-.1 0noicp o.oe o lcr
__ ooeehmiul. the plants in good growing condition, or moo .. ce hee-fre. oI,00.. TF~~o ~ .tE T-Ee To CKr T oO Eep, mvo fJLZA kooe|baso brnoght out an extra heavy bloom AEN'. Too, I He" ound it t0 Lad raototonv .. toe boomoyjoo. J.D. RARiNER. I (Ina Pass. AI.I ST. A E. I LI,RI00A ocus VO W that Itnsh ro didat. forcoety.judo. and that all fields are looking fle.-1rau .w -a Why that aChrlii's heri'
saoe es.ot ud all manerof itreiflt '" clerlk of ciuit lort. Eau Gallie Record.
oflto ski I have been agtlrd for owny .nty .a r of tas.
yes within disno. Ihdtogetwpth o c, 0 l r 'kone r le ilittd ,y.a1. llodi-k
or her Simas esy it d w w ih ld supt.ufpblicin. i o
wtrrtoally th toreibir ioehln. but sinc utetio, headach. lokuri anlbitil. w000 worn.ooond
thiss ilrint.o eem e. ..0.. the ithrb . odldfr 10000 0... ..n.. ol ......41 ....lzrn 0lad til-o oo-et,od l o .4 t ohled . . .1t-'a0urter me well B hot sttt ao,, 'ode pusby TiLtlle Chemcoy co, all ca-leo 0000Bod10,0a
Plta WA 0;2 0100 -ater SheSfupf;------------------Look ou't for your Children's
Tw- mfidisto for tgnslonal dek ga- Sheriffs Sale
; t f' fdida te 0i(r Pl r,,ao0 l .0-k a- jil nedr and hore f Nat,1 ,r r i.l-d ..,6,1
daat e r. Hr. oNl eaila u,,,Oo-. 00Thtioolo H.l 1.0.00th. 000.S
w ho has been for scm etirf, etif:l f ,:: e ,llth! t r nool-r f |'n -tmic on th 1 b3 d..y ; o1 ,, -Nl r t I!I i in swing wIell for the ne n;uni 16,i e, wilto i" ,.oA.
n llo l Xt-0tu lii,' -ro,- lti l teT l iotl I] tion off -nd Haotl I aiih i0 Srieipal water workh, at a ,lpt h l 4 o(,: , o ol* 1 1h0 o oeoodf o. I de l od Ii lrosen>r l D.Witali.t hofirr the t.enrt [1 c ,srt ijl O tl,,-, il0 F rfeet struck a vein of ewaer w0hi0i ,,0, ,0l.i 0. ,rIat .7 jl;di- i4 d.lMriu ft1: h'olr- ,"k i ,
00gushes up from the cre-ice ,f ; ro. .itI t'oolJlgt. t '. lo iayr l.n .n lvit ,i
Iat the rate of L 30,000 alns a d 0y ,~ aoi, t,..-t0l .oo. 13H o"hMa, ia r. r. t. I
This water is clear as erstal, swetr bo HlidtC ull rlt- .' All hunidd .-hir in, f.r- I I s0 a grttmeditin for children. Itookeeps ther lr a s-v s,. tt,,, o. Smith in stand a3 whooohave-"t oin a mild gtnleu m nn r, you will see a h-ol d- -ror I; i r f i o taste, and soft and all who have E"' lcb ~.t~ r shlib~lll.tho li-hhttrlvtrttIfr: dh-ini 5,1; is deed nk *W,"it31oe-l. on thieirjuc s, ad ill'p.t C for them will bbat-li; f f u, ;,tried it are enthusiastic oer the disr f,,l r,, rju5, 1110trStt t fBrlItrn t th d-t rihd-i l w Iot:
... ..n for the oilyl waler.h.seh.e. .. A Positive Cure
covert D.W. Ramat r has sent : S . i ] rof ti rir in lin will M in Ai.e
taple to Tallahassee for anal i- lay-h i.dllri I l t-io r lptie- ten Onnin i fton lrr i n ln.t Ii
ro by l e hnd n, w..1 Saturday hope, 00 boor fe 0,r o 4:
fand hopes to bhear from this Ibn a few tr I : lt n r thnt, nFEVERrlrli i IM LvEI. L iA, DfSPP
that Palatlka aow has n aondan e n tt (lUir r l I..'> e 6t*,I tl rln -dd hn 0r0 a fi-ih-,. 1F O "0 .l
f_ toll _. 0.ft o..k or -SIA. BILIOU5 LSO AfMrD ALLethe purest wafer for drink ne and al S)p*' of~li l iol o ti[ p wl,!iin H-wN, f.Tt i ,utllr ili U I CO T .
domestic purposs. ad water that i for hi raldive c0b01 l be ni tse ri't witb a cm in owe n l n t n I In ian0 rhhd.
absoluteT ... d . .. ...see th. ...o I ..e. ..e pl fn irier pi In Mrs. J. Hopkins Mrhe
us to, lf .n1 eo.r.r liot Ifrn chsothh fkunom os. Iethe-Bi aynerbuy
cants for the citY wat r hare bee. hold l. m a I. i[,rls- o r t M Ay y ro 1H0 ,T SrI Tr
Aomigrr. r e1 000 I F ooyeep- sIn fpd l D M g 7 -IItIlP year.,,H"I rT E comi in at the rate of 50 a dayo Mr. 29th. 1 1. chill d fe r L' l
werwin is sinking ad second pell and T, oll w A.ethei. r ntw y. or
by Saturday hopes to have another 1oo-d.t i u,.l .*5. 10 itlw slaeyi"
oor. Palats mounicial o.ter ol 0.-. F.. Ir, obbins "tr "am Co i
.rbem. at l .. .. li,, o n. PRICE 50c.
V problem is p, ctialy solved and er- he R & Gh.
er"body 1. happy. t fcircuitort. 0 (tarpnd)
r,.-U p".. $23.000 Ballard Snow nimelCo.
The auiping Of Plae Supt. of public inrmi *gi L0 orhbash. mn bad pn hnd min gmp nddl "" ounWtremvr. OZ. Thiscompany owns lands in the
_hd aimehedthe jnmpinenff pd d psroistito. $1.. Indian river country, on the St. S. LOUI, MO.,
wheruvI adv edto Ir. I n Lucie river, at New river and on
~vd lfe. .mprvewn eIira with th The f"loig o r wer apoitd t i y b y
,,, .,,, ( .,, on ,,. d- h.l Aill. "y"M PRICES TO SUIT THE TIES
Send forlara im Sold and Recommended by
wask[ i a d mer e ti ng "- T itks vill A A. B ethe Van T W rl y.
.0at I8armgtoe. Trialbtlefoer. tity Point--B. F. Be'al, J 1). matter. 3 TITUSVILI.E -D 313I"[IAX 30l3reX Drul f qtore


B U Tg-s The Navy Department Ims Malthords- The Daytona Halitar Journal mak a d ve Improvemnts at the Key th announcement that the United no ege ofHos RWest =Val stati States Department of Agriculture has on every wrapper of Doctor Ple Two large and Isrocs panthers had set aside for its use a breeding il m d the sdi a m tansery e were recently en aear Carre ll ground for a d ive birds a section ex- prited thee in plain English. Fore tk s sw a = hil. is The presue of thes vIciois brutes tedig from a point north of Moequi- yeOfexperenehalproven lisp"
uid"mu the'S eausen uneesines to those whose to Inlet to pointsothofNew Smyr- worth as a blood parotfier ad avigorateatmLk er tat.ateY work calls them frequently to the na and embracing all mangrove and and all liver ilk It builds up the runshipmentsarebe, OA woods.Theyrshould be huatedown salt gram islets, shoals, and btar down stem as no other tol in ton 8Utrke. B o nd klled.--Aplachol Tim. "a nd spits of the Halar Rber in halool los e. Thot!su leOne of the noteworthy sights o Townshlps 16 and 17 sooth, range 34 Golden ral and Quesn's rot, Sres
t a couaty fair opened to Wednesday was the large expre east Florida. This reservation will Mandralra mot Bloodrt and Blac n ounb r opened by set aand the lae exrea yt e Che ae xtreosed iand poreried on Wednesday with a large shipment of vegetables from th be by maed by signs and se o che ally triple .. !ity.l~ Moot of the ntnff went out o the charge of a warden, the keeper of refined glycerine, Send to Dr. B. V. Pierce o rucke from the re r in In the ni, but Mosquito nlet lighthouse. The set at Buflo, N. Y., for free booklet which E a s trackers cut from tig apart of the reservation has eel i m
11 MM a haltsere400 miss of cel- I- 411 L C DY the vegetable express trin which elfr of ths reeo hs b een Ia athori soh a e hot.
t a fc 0rtoc W ntnt UKE A n s nhn cadedeta largely through the efforts of Mr. Gen King. S Coe, Ellingwood and a r7 X Ibs elltag it I. o. b. Sanford for o in thecatternooaH carried ou N. ,a,. fsw hot of Chamberlai oth showing tat them r gropefruitHaundorages myreof rates ot can he a 4 npms foe their etteamns imssal.., wro o~n d~devoted much time and correspond- e k ofthe t r. Davtal conty's total school attend peppers were shipped but other vee- m he ad orepood- tato all Iwak feon othe dloseb.
scores to Ito biromg spaot of th0po inl Paion t an is 8,7. The white schools show M P TWA BLOOD CLE tables made up a big part of the proat = lbl
doe, while a great many bone The goests at Hotel Palm Beach a Usell l bhliouso ereomplalnt a to att dea e of &43 and the e aperult ad oranges were sent out Palm Beach were much interested in and gradual running does Sw Smyrna is crowded with tou Suit has been entered for William the lon distance swimming ra of h ad system Niami has been chosen as the next ista who will remain there for some ielle as administrator of the es across Lake Worth accomplished by blod and so Invtrate
pibe Of gathering for the annual meet ume tate of Raymond MIzelle, deceased. Mrs. Juan de Pedro. Jr.. of New Yor t stom er
te of the Florda Grand Lodge of the Fish shipments from Punta Gorda against the Atlantic Coast Line for and Cuba. and Mr. W. Goodwin of the troi o w loe ste 'Thus York Athletic Club- It has not
Kb t of Pythiao last week amounted to three car loads damages to the amount of $50,000 New York Athletic Cb. It has not d eruptions well as srofulouswePesnola harbor defenses get $0i in bulk and 145 barres, aggregating William Hize:le is a clerk at the De been accomplished by a woman before Ilngs and old open runisog sorer or ulo
Srn the lortllcatlon approprla- 101000 ound oo hotel Laot y his brother and many people gathered at the b!g ae cured and healed. In treating old Sfrom the fortcation apria 101.000 ounds.oto hotel. Last year, his brother running sores, or lcer, it is well to Sh reported in the House of Re Mike Tolen, a prominent Columbia Raymond Mizelle, upon whoe estate dock of the Hotel Palm Beach to sure their healing to applyto them Dr.
eataves Teday. county farmer. was murdered some he is administrator, was iled at High hes the event. TheMr Sidney and do happen t Pier's A-H have this I ordengA aew steamshp line may be or- time Monday morning by unknown Springs while coupling two cars. M- The Sren." Those aboard et ost rksend ity-fto hae thIn postae
ganalaed with Tampa capital to the parties on his farm located between elle was an employee of the Coast boat The Thostator. V. PHe. alo i lds' Hotel alno t of $Loo0,000 to operate a line lake City and Fort White on the At Line and culpable negligence upon th York -Alemn. Chao. K. bneyth of Eli la Srge P of thite t AlIloaling
aO sitmers between Tampa and H la ntc Coast Line Railway. His death part of the railway company ascr beth N..; and Ti Coey, the tar on can by or taert
N is generally thought to be the result ed as grounds for the suit. pn fisherman. It being a beutl trumassbstituteforthlno-acoholi.
Herb W on retry of a fead an a brother of the dead mn Oranges Shipped to Far W d icina o o coooato, a Mr. Herbert W secretary OranFa W day both swam the distance apparent even though the orent dea l ma
the WIlon Cypress Company of Pabt- Sam Tolen. was murdered by n- Mr. W t. Stokely shpped a crate ly with ase, m hib thereb ae a little Iger proL
he and a prominent and popular known parties last summer. A pose of pineapple orange this morning to ment of those who came and rathe lnvigorar toach. liver and bows yopag hnesie man of that city, has with bloodhounds left Lake City for Wash. The oranges were from the expected that the lady would not ac. Bugarcted, tiny granls, e asy to the
bee iaanimhouly renominated for the purpose of apprehending the mr- grove of Mr. W. S. Hart and were complish the feat. d
eaymor deter, packed in one of Mr. Stokley' a patent
It is sMated that nearly all the The Florida Supreme Court at Tal- crates. Mr. Stokely says this is the tee aewar l ales. Slick Fakir in Pensacola.
lila counmmeeted with the recent big lahassee on Wednesday issued a writ finest crate of oranges that ever left The aderof this paper will be pleased The Pensacola correspondent of the
AIe at Ybor City have been adjusted of quo warranto., directed to the Tam- the State and he no doubt is correct =i j that safe s dre ad TimesUnlon says:
and about fitty per cent of the loses pa Waterworks Company, demanding as the fruit is superb and the crate al ithesseand thesiaCaterrh. HasI Co Benjamin Webster, the mysterious paid. The total loses amount to that the company show its right to one of the latest and safeet designs. r ly ti rare n stranger, who was reputed to be a 5@3,000 bold the franchise granted by the City This crate had already traveled to amatstetional ds-ase, requires a eortit- millionaire from Montana, and who
Mille. a travltg salesman of Tampa. The writ is made return- New York and back and wil now ata treatment. Ha tr 1C ub drew drafts on three local banks for blood Ta!L = a Is the
from Camde. S C, comm itted asi able March 1 and will be heard be- ase the long trip acr the conti- ld ad a a mfoan of the ystem. sums aggregating $800,i000, which he dle a Tnmpa hotel Friday by At fore the supreme coot on that date, nent. J.en g dm in the soe ctiii o hei he was going to invest in Pensat g elfbe tdoniswekTh oror the whh will render a final decision W. S. Jennings and several cities hldis np the -tIttioo and isis ola properties, left the city Thursdai
breast with a long d Se and then thereon. This action, it is under of Miami met at the Board of Trade soin sb i o Tbe om i r as mysteriously as he entered.
breu wth & long daggir an d then .,sedek hiofs r
stood, is brought by the permission of rooms Monday night and discussed t eyofer One ndred Dorsforany Webster struck Pensacola in true Attorneypenerl Ellis. the matter of Governor Broward plae a tee a~ t ns aend for listorte I .. Rufus Wallingford" tyle, male Monday O. M. Sims picked from mee
Sof And s be whch he A through freight train on the West ing a dredge at the head of the Miami Address F. CHENEY & (XC. Toledo 0. the acquaintance of prominent and aepa 01 18 erwernes wmh rive A st e r Solby Donfioet. Plc.
add for $41. Remember. this in Jsl Coast division of the Atlantie Coast river. A ma meeting was called for all F ly Pil arethebet wealthy business en, was introduced the same acreage that had been gone Line was wrecked a short distance this afternoon to further discuss the at the Osceola and Concordia clubs, over before and will be gone ver north of Lakeland Wednesday msor question, at which time, it Is reported West Coast Will Lose Mails. and wined and dined extensively, a!l aga-t Peterb dependent g. A gap was burned in a tretle scheme ill be laid before the (Tamp Tme because he was charmed with Pen through which the engine went and a ple whereby guaranteeing the pur- There will be an important business cola. He drew drafts on the Monta Fi g the vist to Tampa of number of cars were derailed and chase of a certain number of acres of meeting of the board of governors of na and Chicago banks and was give,
as so ck van Sternburg. German smashed. Engiaeer Dubose of Lak- state lands, or enough to pay for a the Tampa Board of Trade this after- passbooks in the banks crediting hirr ambsm dor to the United States. the land was killed, and also a negro dredge, a dredge will be put to work noon. The purpose of the meeting is with the amounts of his drafts, sub asoman cement ls made that a Germa brakeman and a negro tramp. The at an early date-Miami News-Record to consider the possibility of the Have ject to the proper transfer of the monconsulate will be established In Tam read was closed to traffic for nearly On the 18th ist. Capt. A. L Wing na mails being diverted from this port ey.
pa with George Stretcher resident tweatyfour hours. bad rounded out fourteen years ser to the east coast on account of the However, In reply to telegrams sent Despite the fact that the cold nip. vice as master of the steamer Cres action of the Peninsular & Occidental to the banks upon which he had drawn Sherig Mnrrhee of Lake county. ped and did considerable damage to cent City during which.time he made Steamship Co., in submitting to the was received information that Benja
has been reamsed from ofce by GMo- the truck farms in the northern part 6.618 round trips from Apalachicola to postolle department a bid that is min Webster was unknown, or no or Broward on the care Of ma- of the county, the shipments are very Carrbelle. During the fourteen years considered to be unduly high. funds. Now he has left Pensacola, hlt feane and for whipping a negro heavy at present, an average of five Capt Wing lost three days from the The bid of the company has been with the passbooks and local bank.
erat girl who stole $10 from the to six cars of vegetables going out pay roll, and five or six trips which pronounced by the postofmce depart "o s are hearing to hear from the Monsahesi's home, nd who was a prisoner daily to the northern and western men who have as good a record and meant to be unreasonably high, and tan millionaire, for w hen Ihey at the time of the whipping. markets. The freight shipments arm oe who excel it. Capt. Wing is there is a likelihood that, unless some nxt hear of him it will probably) he to
Last Saturday one of the ishing also heavy and all In all the trucking opular with the traveling public on other line steps in and makes a id t effect that hb has cah, ,,chtc
leets of the E. J. Rco Fish Company seasah is a good one. Throughout the account of his courtesy and obliging for carrying the mails, that the con- ,ran agansa thI p;as book whi, of Port Plerme and Stuart brought to county rain is very badly needed and way. and he is one of the most falth- tract will be let so that the mails for show such a haodiome bance in PenStart more than three theasand unless precipitation occurs soon all ful official in Florlda.-Apalachleola the next four years at least will gtoto aola banking institution n.
pounds of Spanish mackerel and on kinds of produce wil suffer epar- Times Havana via Knight's Key.
Meday about twenty4lve hundred aby.-Mlaml Metropolis. A dispatch from Jewfisb. Key Largo., This ould be a bad thing for Tar- an hw nt el y rA lockerr
ponds of ble ishab, all caught in the Several carpenters left here Friday to the Times-Union, dated Tuesday. pa, and Tampa's business men in gfe- .h g. sI: r ah ita ai y iXo,, 5 ocean near the St. Lucle inlet morning for Grassy Key, where they says: "The English tramp steamship eral. To avert this contingency, the lr t y.ou fida that y.,u lagining to
The British steamer Verbla bound will be employed in constructing Verbena, Capt. Mann. bound to Vera Board of Trade will consider the i,ttr ta at I-.-nino ,,t ro ea, rl ir ,
o Vera Cru with a caro of coal. ran houses at that place. One of the Cruz, Mexico. and coal laden, ran question this afternoon and take such Iaol llhi,,-ne A nr, ,,ire ,ll Li
ashore Sunday afternoon on Molasses new houses to be erected there is to ashore on the rocks of the Florida steps as may be deemed best to rem- li 6 ad I1. I,
Reef and was floated Tuesday morn- have twenty rooms and is to be used refs of Rodrtgues key at 3 p. m. on sdy the situation. ld I Tituli, lhartacy a i I
tag after having thrown overboard 500 as a hotel. Other smaller cottages March 15. and got clear today at $ a. The Knights Key line is a branch
Ans of coal. The task was aeeom- are also to be erected as quarters for m. Capts. Stickney and Sawyer, with of the P. & 0. Report f the Ne York Central.
pihed by S. S. Johnson and a wreck- men who will be employed in cleanlng a wrecking crew, lightened her by President Roosevelt Sys The ie ,rt issued by the Ne- York tug crew from Key Largo.-Key West up the grounds there. Already some throwing overboard 5sn tons of coal th d,,reseoieis ndd hv the Aier- I central railroad for he last ,aleudar CtlUen. of the lumber for the buildings is on after which she floated and proceeded i, apple Thr' all -ry, w l .Iut hw- year shows that epenos iucreals
The United States department of ag- the ground and so delay will be had immediately for her destination. Dam- 00 pcpwri ith r nhbu Pti follw thaltad- faster than earnings by $3Stlcl"I!i. The Nwr i fitple--u glbrd'7
rtenitore has announced the annual in rapidly putting the new resort into age to the hull. if any. could not be .w Linimeotd the rheumutism ills earnings s having been affect by the quarantine against interstate ship shape.--biami News-Record. ascertained until a survey is bad." eIvine yc s ty a OclAt iv- uik pandi There was. howeveran Inrane ad peormanul rli fr,fm rihs.omtilt I-a. of $3.7c .313 from the securities oned.
maits or cattle from fourteen southern Capt Clay Johnson returned from Mr I. rwi. who had the con lr and ier .m. I. T CIefy I e of the Lake cur 0nd tates in which splenetic, nsothe or Basinger Tuesday nih haing let tract for boring the two wells for theo P llichigan Central. The company paid
Texas fever exists. Among the states his steamer, the Roseada. in Lake Kis- new municipal water works cmplted Edison at Fort Myers 1 0 in dvd s
named are Missisppi. South Carolina simm. His light draft barge. on his labors Monilay afternoon with a A dispatch from Fort )Iys r o t Buffering and Dollr Saved
Georgia and Florida. Quarantine Is ef- which was loaded 150) boxes of grape- result pleasing to flimself ad the cit Tampa Tribune. dated Tus.ay s n
feetlve April 1. fruit and other freight he brought result p ig to himself ad he city Tampa Tribue. dated Tuesday sa. E ,-r. N I
I ast week we made mention of the "Thomas A. Edison. the 'wiar a a r 1r :1 :l l lml ean get a State dredge built throah to Lake Tohopekaligh, by fact that a splendid volume of water arrived on the noon train ltodal wsth and pot to work at the source of the hoisting a temporary sail and guidinghad been secured at one well. and sh three chilrn. He- wa b.y f .r h. i laln l
Miami river for the Durpose of drain. it yi using long poles. This kind of the number of gallons flowing proved preceded two days b, T. Alt w, fu l a ar
og a portion of the Everglades, if the steam boating. however, is too stre satisfactory boring another one was has en hs assistant fo he ps anr
people of the section accept ez-GCo- uos even for Capt. Johnson. and after started, and the outcome of this has thirtyone years. This indicate ha: E
ernor Jeanings' proposition to guaran- one more trip for which he left today also exceeded the expectations of he intends putting consid-!eral e tim tee the purchase of 20,000 acres of his boats will be tied up to await the those having the very difficult Job in ohis experiments when not aniineo
States land at $2 an acre. About $23- rise of waters.-Kissimmee Valley Ga- hand. The regular flow was secured for the wily tarpon, of which spo r hir
e00 has already been subscribed. Zette. after drilling to a depth of only 14t is vry fond. The Tribune c -: spoaAt the meeting of the Hotel Compa- Neighlboerood Favorite feet on the frst, and 160 teet on the dent found Mr. Edison lo king v -:
ny of Ferandina held Thursday night rs E D Charles.ofHarbor Mainr.sek- econd. The two wells now give a weIl. notwithstanding the op,,an l:
reolution were adopted calling for a ingof Eletric Bitenssaos It wish. combined flow of 46.000 gallons, and he underwent three weeks aeo. it r, ,, :I:,. "."own:
disoltion Of the company. and the tbd hfa te here with o It der as the product is clear and of excel- not certain yet that hisho bhia ha, ..... erp
prerata of the paid up stock among reliefisdyespes, liver e.mplint. kidney lent quality. It seems that the problem been improved by the operation a, ]-a 00":.e stockholders This wa rather a anntritio n of getting the water for the city plant his head is still swathed in bandlage" ., a.. 1 11.. u.. w .o nmredgererl drhli ty. It sale, oo ._._ ,-i, .,o,. .., a*den tars of affaira, and paut to an the blood, mathorona purifier maker it has at last been solved and to the eno the poilltllty of a new bhotl in erially sll a os IDa rin diine. Thik tire atiattoon of the interested par- edl thin that pilrtroa b care d. Thlre. ,.r s id alte n ttier i d ndr r .a teeT id or tins, h ben o co d hr 0- man ftS h e--"Shraada Record. atlm.a Dr. c1m. c ie.-Palatha Time-tlerald. D 'ofOinttmeaL ensat y gdrasotaoe. -. M 1Y 00.Dosets Mss

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U sin town dojig up hisiM business
U rhe. Who is best able to judge of the value of Pe-ru-na? Th W *M5 ?a tr. J. Moatgsmery h- bmt a housewife who has usd it in her home for years, or prejtudkllc, 4 ..... 1 netomoed sensational writers who have never used Pe-ru-na in their M.aa .r mneAaor into it. live? It will not take any fair-minded read a minute to
eing Mr. adMrs. Jmes A. Clark, of decide which is the best evidence. The rr.t United
pso eainlcap e h a at o h re i;uerHoe.e States believe in Pe-ru-na. The half n'!:.: ,::e who
S ea mandidiats for W e ttheBakowes camehomefrom praise Pe-ru-na receive no pay for doing so, n:;d the hah t ee n otreasure d the f Stmsonm y Haowen mee hewine formm dozen editors who disparage Pe-ru-na get bg pay for doiug
bae f theshan bo for t bod hespring term. so. Which is the best evidence?
s for eent coiia se StoeoTho. Rev. StoeofTitusville, and w ut fr var.
Rev. Keith, of Ema Gallie, held ser Ms. c. Dueshe, 384 1iu g Avenuu, Chiago, Ill., Curs-r oo. Jef Browe, candidate for viees here Saturday and Sunday of atura History Snatty, writ:
,h t o heseem- we."I 'a lad to be able to recommend Perns for chr,.i re
geo riag., l twtten edsti ste last week. l that. I had been troubled with sore throat for tI r, t ad pp metlHm.Alert G hrist M r.and M Cristopher Tmor could And nothing to help me. I hto n a ,: a alBon. J.N. C.Stecktou. eking left this week for England, but hope gagging in the morning &ad wa suL 1 fo a joint disea ion of the ies of to return to their Florida home an- asu t e I e h ld oi nota r rre c i
1 campaign beforethe people of other year. throstwn e dryandparc ed.
~IoILs. This would mit the people We are sorry to my that news was "I supnol os ..a in i
asetlyand aromesome interesting received from Live Oakof thedeath TEdCtt. on, went of any d dn
t gael s struggle. of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. ew rats am Sleeps Wed be
:- W. L Howes. Mrs. Annie Teseb, i337 d tredr htle b of it. r u Avenue, Miltmult., Wls., itw aui Iotoi i.lme or .g Attention is called to the mayor's MisS Gertrude Mosbey, of Shiloh, r "WhenI wrote to you bt e o it W, ..
o tinfor a masmeeting to be held is now a resident of Oak Hill, and for advice,. my bealrh as a t"I anot ay no nr a.f
iaW evening next to seure an will assist her brother, Mr. L.L. ttal weckt. 1uldno si Pernand Io ht s:tp of taxs payers upon im-Mib m thell o e s there. tomed to be no help p p t estioa touching the el- Miss Annie Bell Williams leaves for me. P. r I slowedd your sgre tt i..'
fereofthetown. Themayorhereby for DeLand thisweekforavisitwith advice and took Perona and
e the people of er Stetson friendsnd will be the Mun.t e n
tvethe ople ofthe town aop f Mary Fair. eutpd. S ens guest of Mi Mary Fair. ud s lp 0, and enjoy itfe.
portunityofere ingtheiropinion Eldora isagain desertedfor the -I nese st be whshe s up to e ta sbjayets and it is now summer. Mr. and Mrs.Willettsand PrmMs,h, ld .oyof ls besick."
ptotbeta etoot. n Chester left on Wednesday of Cstarr of werst term
last week.MisWarnok onSaturday Mrs. Amand Lon.g, 727 neaey
The first joint debate between gu- and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Warnoek venue, Chicago, Ill. write :
bernatorial candidates waspulled off left on Tuesday of this week and on ft 1s lh wrt l form and ofI ong standtg. Aeste estle.
at Live Oak last Saturday and the Wednesday Mrs. M. P. Moulton, with "I wa almost a total week. I tried t. Jus C. a 1outh, V10 wCou Democrat, of that place, says "the Mrs. Moulton, Sr., and Mrs. Powell. alut eerything and dctored with a rarding his wife's ca.... as lmrowd was unquestionably with They will be very welcome on their P do nhbts d lows:
S to bt the bout resulted in return next fall. I d Per a esotad by thought It w d be doing about equal honors. Mr. Stockton There is quite a change in the bus the time I had taken one bttle I could to tell you what it has done for
used his pepper box freely, and Mr. inessfirms of Oak Hill. Messrs. Put- tinhdtaking helping and a a oe my f.
hlnned taking a P I san y now that I t n pyeg n and edocnt called
Browne quoted records and hrled am and Fowler have sold theirstore have not felt the slightest symptoms for at u r b s ao teer are
lis denuneimentos very energeti- and bsinemto Mr. J. C. MeCullough three month, and I think there is a n ttd
asn."& Sons, the firm being McCullough nthtsg like Perne. I still keep it in my wife, who was suffering from Bra Mr. Fowler's health did not thehousead think the is no medi- ste. indson. er urg teSprin em ain.ltlelt. l utpnr i'sittbib ty, wan so grat that nothio. but SpringTermCircuit Court warrant his continuation in business. ad ble the day that i end of. o hin would ie r MRS.DA EL.
At the spring term of eireuit court Mr. and Mrs. Fowler leave for Geor- Mrs. Jg Jd J.. Boyer, Iln Sherman m While on viit to sone friend.
in esion last week and part of this gia shortly and will be much missed. Avenue, Evanto, ll., writer that e- in .orfolk she had an attack and I pie- PIe-tr-s u r her GcaUars.
week, the following disposition of Mr. W. C. Howes. who ba been in mea m h tpItasonstd plin be pared to go for Mren A e Bogie r no n
caesondocket w made: business in Oak Hill for 27 years, has e sa strength. m the door, whoa Ciclevwant to o r,,t"
State vs. Jim Britten, unlawful also sold his business to the firm of rn Tasldpropsd wnt Ito inform hyu hn tr.
sale ofliquors, near Melbourne, de- Mosbey & Griffis, and will move his r two e Dr rt his do. re pina et ha r e.. i i
fendant plead guilty and was fined family to Port Orange. Mr. and assistant have ie sstly labored to n a half hbor, and her pains pis as et b, Med e a r .n.rrh hSina e that at.y abord ,t fnr he-il year, I h.-e tnt $100 and costs or three months in Mrs. Howes will have many regrets resate Persa in tablet trm, and their away .nce tt time my wife ha medicines ad ee jail at hrd labor. at leaving the place that has been transoabo s have last beewrowned rty p d mesany god an l I tcrd P o, s I
State vs. Henry Hamilton, unlaw- their home for so many years, and with a Peoaple who object to chWea hevero tofPer La Whenthe hue tak n in I. lio I i -an stqu aedne U nowsnef Pee chldrnor I have eold we take some of very highly for the ., ,t no. in, ful sle of liquor at Titusville camp their friends both old and new. We ttbleas. aaehtabltisequte aleattoone mamma' Pernna. I fnd it ha eat my '"Ilu nd ni t upst onnl u .
meeting grounds, plead guilty and wish the young men of the new firms swet dose t P doctor bills down to almost nothing." children."
was fined $100 and costs or three much success.
months i jail at hardlabor. ro ~ inated andelected, will fulfill the duties For County Commiauioner For T. Cotl tor
State vs. Ed Evans andSarah Hen- rely on Dr Tho lec Oil. T the e the intert of the pr We resptfuy announce that ee t, o tern Ui.
demon, adultery, defendants plead -ing t of rot huorr bina at r pn of Brevad county. an in the pust sl be endidat for county eors-.
P ueens, nsty abare irt in ud. eI wa honored with your eonfit- -oners from our reactive districts at I herewith monnon'e mt 1 io guilty, Evans sentenced to two years dence. the next primary election. the office of ta .!,,! t,, r if .:.
in penitentiary, sentence suspended Every Once in a While Very reopectfully. Trusing that or srvi s l eet your county. f ci ol(. toI t it J So. H. S AMS. approval, and that we will receive your ise to giv my bes sri t., i r, as to Sarah Henderson. its necessary to gve a little benefit in support We remain yours truv, ple, and trust 1 ill rcc. i.
State. Norman Bell,assaultwit o teway ofa redutioninprices. When .or Beprestntatave J M OssA. Dist. No 1. port at the comin. .
intent to mrder, convicted of agId mae a reduction it's worthtaking I dide for reprenatie J. R. MioT/Dist. No. 2 .P I' V.
i dvntage of. R. A. CO. KLIG. Dist. No 3. graveted assault and sentenced to Until April 15th I will astonish you and respeetfully ask the support of l T. A. OBINS Dist. No-4. For Supervor spof R l toeyelr in county jail. with my liberal prices on all dental Democratic voters in the comn pr T. J. CoCKs-o, Dist No. I pervisor t
weh eear inunyai.oexept re-enawel I a anni ry Veto tT. JD
State vs. Calvin Flynn, white, un- doing that for one third ess than you R. B. START. ooe ntative
lawful sale of liquor, jury acquitted ean get the work f r in Chicao or eew --F r lo a aaialntat I .
State obert pseomb, grand h At the solicitation ,of m friends I the tiemc rea ,,1t :
State vs. Robert i o gand York. Extracting cen instead of For State Senatr, 13th District here ann msef a lidat for I f n $1.00.
larceny, stealing agun fromAdmiral Gold eroans! I ught to nake apeck I hereby announce myself acandidae:, representative frm I;revar! county in If ruminated Ic r
Jas. H. Gillis. jury convicted and he of them at the n peiee. 5000 0 n re-eleetin as senator from the thir- the next legislature sunj--t t, the a faaithfll -f
we1entenred to 0 r in otatno th "-i.nioa os-ln, nity coi fro teenth senatorial district of FInrida. ti.-nof the cnnning rimar electionnnf i.f I was sentenced to two years in state c i ubjert to the action of the Democratic May 1lth. My platform il be pub al onth penitentiary. NIr tto ne,- is the :im to man k party at thy approaching p rire. lihel in THE STAR. in full in the nea
State vs. Ge.W.Sullivan, whi.e, y ra. Yiu makeapnt I F. H '.
unlawfulsaleofliqursat tEai ai m. m b a. 'inn r.. flu l u For Stat : Senator, 13th District For'fenber of County Snhroi Board
jury a-uitted. I hnna an he m n\ fin announce thStt
State vs. Tom Wiiiiams, a-::!t Card of Thanks for te-a nlroor tbe thihrtenth n F a a tr ig n
with intent to murder, jury lonvict- TIb,. :;or i ::; : atil lrill r nnloa. n ar i : t c i n !t a :
edand he was sentenced to seen hn tn nl an'i kn:ftinnlist. thew ill fh ni m r' n. nenr o.."I
years in the penitentiary. a.itr i s- tnnr and nobl,- at the ensuing pr ll It ',,
State vs. Tom WilliamS and D]- in th, iilnes an ldreatlof my lae J. W. WiT- .
husaioan. Their kinnn.<. will nI
phia Savas, adultery, jury convicted. rtmo.rrl, id h.- mi Ai "Isp For Member School Board, 3rd Dist. For Member of School Board, ,
sentence against Williams suspended ial thanks ar, ext .t- t, th ann. unce m.-elf a candidat r r- e i
and as to Delphia Savas entencd to Kniht of Pythia anlo II. W. fn r om ntin m brni of the i te t,
one year in county jail. th:ir kinily o Ies and :1nt -f iloa for the third district. ao as th. nt arie o schl ,
The ase; against Tom Williams thr.-oald S- ic, u etof all pat roed b ,, S o I t t, N F i> bee;. hb e tatiofacinrn. I ha- n a oi,;- I:, p all, and Norman Bell, carrying concaled resident of Biran Acounty for.1. (: a. Ntt
weapons, were ordered transferred Wood For Sale E. AnS. Not ice
to county judge's court for trial. l'inr- ,r ak, any ingth.i Alee e- For Representative r r no1 ani ninnginn. Snn.nrnnnrn- .o i f-inn i ag:in Cocoa to Celebrate May Day \. lanr.n. n n Iu.ille I respectfulli annonn m t.lf a n I unu: lio.:n ad i in
for I, nta!a I ft eI,,-, I tlwr rd At ameeting held atCoca Tues- s i te for r eentait I in e ecin- t t f l-rlk, ,uny su i f a ..a!,i f
day it was decided to celebrate 1ay PRI.R i ANiOUNCEI ENTS prn ar etlcttin to hI 1 it i i tr n ii
day as customary for ranry year. ty platform os "Th. aon ntr n lthk r
Committees were appointed for va- o i .. no pet .. .and if lited. il1 nl r o ietfully, ol I
rious sports and every effort will be .tpt.o nm;do I -' n i, r - goo an 9u your rpreEatvt nt- r,,: Si
ndetomake thipicni greater n.od onn-I e nfti o o.e INno II Thanking you for yur upprtn I ret
te loe paid in adan. main Yours truly For Supt Public Instruction n our s : success than ever. JoHt H O t ",,otr F ,d br l var s r ci.nty I
SCou nty TNoticer r Yding to the solicitation of manr For Tax Assor Notice Courtenay. Fia. March 25. 19W. friends announce m-self as a candi The registration books will open in To the Votenr or Bon (ouly. I repectfully announce myself oa a date for nomination before the coming ir th l
ctae cndate atthe next primary election priest I etoUo.f tlh cominll the precina of Breard county Haing decided to announce myselfas for re-election sheriff of Brevard If nominated andre-elected Ishalluse candidate for re-l r tn ...t .
onthe 7th day of April forthergis- a candidate for nomination at the com- county. would appreciatethe earnest my bet effort, as in th pat, to pro- sor. Tro-utg i .,r teation of voters. ing Democratic primary for theoffice eof support of all our people. mote the interest of ourwhole public your approval, and ihan:,
W. S. Nowoo county treunrer, I respectfully request Yours truly, school system. Respectfully, our support. I ma .
Supervisor of Registration. your support. promisingyouthat ifnom- JOSEPH P. BtOrwo. JoniN R. WALKER. It i i

ton of our duty, we have e ly an official farewell. We beg toweeidered everything brought be- sure himhn that the thanks, gratitude fre us ytwe respectfully request and good wies of Breard county the dinm to carry petty matters will follow whever he goes. before the county judge or the ev- Our Sberi--This grand jury St m al justices a being essentially in takes great plesure in adding its their jurisdiction and we recommend need of ommdation to the able, hU I that the several justices of the peace fearles and cocientios services
Court of the Seventh exercie their activity in the above of the Hon. Joseph P. Brown as a tof Brevaeounty, pRa matter as being within their juri eic- model officer who knowano friend or
ITrm 190. tion. foe in the conscientious exercise of ~m a&sj jdse or uid The entire grand jury visited the his official duties. We also thank i ns e as u s .it jail and made a thorough investiga- Mr. John Waller and other deputies
grand jury erving for the tion of that building and find the for their courtesies.
term, 1908, of the above hon. mine to be clean and sanmitary. Our Hon. Judge, Minor S. Jonesei ourt, in addition to the sev- The jail building, cells and furni- We thank our respected judge for Wd l dal psmetments heretofore ture are in first clasm condition. The his courtesies and able advice and asmAi. do beg leave to offer and pr- recent improvements in the way of sistanee to us in our labors.
a" the following general present- moderldetsandsuitablesewerage Hon.JohnC.Jones-We alsothank nt to your honor concerning such in cells, good bath tub for the clean- our most able and efficient states atLers and things as have come un- lines and welfare of the prisoners, torney. Hon. John C. Jones, for his decu c observation, touching the we especially commend. The engine able council and advice and his unwlifareofourpeopleandour county. and pumping outfit we find to beput tiring efforts to sist in all matters B ak g Pow d And also respectfully make such up and kept in excellent condition. pertaining to our work. Da k il g P oW der
llato s as to us best appeals for The house occupied by jailer is in We also wish to thank our efficient
the public good. good repair and condition except that door keeper, Mr. Willis, for his at- M l U W DuSJ UK5UW
aoADS AND BsaDGEB it needs painting on outside and we tendance and wish him long life and With Rayi eiqIrmud IlTg
After looking over the report of recommend our honorable county prosperity. grI
the county treasurer we notice that commissioners order this building, Having fulfilled our duties to the
about ha been spent in the out buildings, tanks and fences of jail best of our abilities we now respect- Insures healthful and
t telmonts, ad enmspt isay and court house yard be properly fully ask to be discharged.
that twere has not been the improve- painted at once. The court house Sgup e J. NORTON, Foreman. delicious food for every
ot intle rads that shoulder buildings and offices appear to be in Titu lle, Fi.. Mac e th 1908. home-every day
swn with this expenditure. good condition.
We recommend to our honorable We further recommend that the The Champion q Yr fel
cty emnmitmoners that a compe- state's attorney'soffice be put in suit- Speaks a few words. Physical culture sermiisslAf li
Iwak e l able condition and furnished with is no longer an art whose practise is
tea eidmino oteredployment or desk and suitable furniture for the confined to these who intend to engage d having no other employm desk and suitable furniture for the in athletic pursuits. It is the vea'key inte other than the ildingand preservation of papers and conven- to success m life. To gra one ammreperingorandsinBward county; ienco of the work of theprosecuting bitionome most be physically strongItrevrd county ce of the work of tmadehe prosecuting preside on ent of the United The appointment of William H. proved throughout the state as Mr. that the building of roads be let out attorney. States. it presents the only logi, Milton, of Jackson county, to suc- Milton is an able man and thoroughby eont t to the lowest bidder and The several offices of the county semible, effective method of treating
by oiers we find to be clean and in diseased conditions. My course of eed the late W. J. Bryan as United ly qualified for this position with a stretion priests t oe system of States senator will be generally ap- which he has been honored. a"ed and acepted by tesuper- good running order. peifc exercises but nay that have
inte and aet epted by the super- t bees tried sod found effiaious leaWe further recommend that the After looking through the neatly ing a thorough education in scientific
resent system of building "flat" kept books of our school superin- trying "ealth is more value than
roads be discontinued and the tendent we find that our schools e that it is worth more than Prof. J In vct
"crown" system be used, also that a in a splendid condition. Whilethere Fielding charges for twenty lekaso.
read roller of not less than two tons is a deficit now on account of taxes gressve weight lifting (star TIT BVLE, FLORIDA verlight dusshdhelbs) has devel
wight be purchased by the county ot being paid in at present time, opedall the fames modern Sam ean
to be ned on the roads. the indications are that there will be noeditingbe orthepubli. Gym- Pure ice manufactured from distilled
In reference to bridges wesuggest amll surplus at the end of the fis. at go. It isvery beefi ial toy
thatthereqpamendationoftheprev- clyear. Wewish to commendthe water. Prompt deliveries to all points teath to take ten minutes exercise he.
iousgrand jury be carried outL way the school recordsare kept by air bwartfat Ldhteiseaendfresh
We notice that some of thedan- Superintendont Walker.w dusingellclub A. S. Piatt, Proprietor
geeus bridges mentioned by them CountyTreasurer-We understand ise hd mg taughny afe. -T roter. Stout gentlemen rehavebnrepaired. that or county treasurer. Hon. John &edinweight. massgeoflmy &elFct- ,+ A UTO M O BILE
'O5UNr HONE Henry, has indicated his intention ed rtsapechilty. Grt rmn taken
We visted the county home and of retrninfmtheservies of the with children. Address oPosA m
found lthe eentof ounty. We learn this declaration this per. y po
Robt. Duam, thebuildingsingod, on the part of Mr. Henry with great ailious Feelhewyfterdianre To HIGH WHEELS, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD
clan condition, the farm well cared regret as we consider him to be one -en i Best e tinomplx ual
for and the tdhreinmates, two white ofthemostefficient andpainstaking e.0 ilious oth. nt ssy e
and one colored, unable to work. treasurers in the state. Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla.
We recommend that all farming His tabulated statements of the fi- Notie oCommione' Sale .inPa
h e retemmend tdat all fthding dDA
or profit be uspded exp- analconditionoftecounty(which tiEAST A T LU BER PPLY
mntda wm stopped, and th athe e attached herewith)shownotonly OUnder al by vieteof sa o l derO rerin
mental work o and thato the aartitron slwd in lthe eiruit aort in U d
institution be maintained simply asa iable hand sho laly work but also in- freverd county r ese a
home for te poor. that the flourishing condition n En en er e a e defendan. DEALERS IN
We further recommendthat the of our county fiances is largely due We. She ooadelignd onsmiioner i.
superintendent's alay e made to the services of this officer. It is titie bill ell fresh to the biLhe s nd
per month and he support himself with much regret that we are com- arrill. on the i Mda in a 1Building trials elled by his own choice to bid him h th dy mid month, betw. een the and family, but have the privilegeof owni l bono ,f al.,llthe olloeingdebed OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL pf -- seuattese Ifn s in Bnsled natyr FJaida. using vegetables from the garden. The Great Van Amburg Show ant did 6.l1: uds It tlle, Cocod, Eau Galli, Fort Pierce ld West flm Beach The l-o hd (is) fott of lot srag
FIH LAWS The great Van Amburg show is ad- Itf hlenrr (ofthetoU oftoariI. We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders
We recommend that our senator vertid to exhibit t Tituville April in to he id ade b 8th Over five hundred people travel O I ltIebe for sh pmentdirectrom the mills and repre native should look into iththis bigshow It hasthefinestof b k It"idoodoh o itb frick buildiallz d herimp--nleus t heand have pasd if pible a law pro- circus futures and one of the t tar- n. l .t I:li I WintO
hibiting fihing with seines in all e ling menageries in America. Aninalk .- ot.. .-o. l 1-i.5 ss- 55., vtO~lin
hesfrom evep carter of the globerr tlno t. h.p.olesu.p rt. oOil l a5.5 t H A R D W A REi l tih ters of Indian river. B ana river, resented. bre is a hya said to be I ISig AIrT,-.ll ,n-n it: rl riol aest ever in captivity. There OntOfourSpecial lagoons and St. Johns river. ion th e ia n AerI, mi n cit hag ent .f ,,t T r ,, ,. flrt an. I ni .,ir- .
those wse mes ar y at b e tigers. wh be rgei e,, bo H A R D W A R E
is n Deof th e lwt fl frsoms bi juniges of India. er Ail- 8t.itle p n ,al t.t.fiM a IrD r n ER EYVIL e fre ei ngeso TITUSRILE L IDi a m l
The county oflBrevar, by an over- w h w th .ee he napri Uon F. lisocd. .. ....._..._......
man a Ilrs ntir. anir'!u di n Ie p e o:. e TlITSi.iV,,I E F whelming majority, has declared of lins abelliiton somerof the m a Nst orS and n.
against the sale of liquor, but e r- s abis. whrr ochnwil rlon bf eon
es tc, dlight thbrevplr Ia.. Tt.nti gretto say that the illicit saleo of in- strange animals, the v- i, E s Coas Mea M ar
toxicating liquors and its conseo1uent et from our own lhilillil Ila.s.
rswdyismanddebaucheryha. prung will be found in our collection Ther DUNreAGENT Handle the Finest Lines of ar sacr d rows. camel,. buf-a l,. lks up like a foul serpent in several of deer, rarribous and many other strange& .- .
our precincts. od ..rious animals. Th ore nusm-.... Heavy and Shelf Hardware
Our officers have been active and er flopiast. emongts tohe lkd eS and smallest elephants in th, knon
thisevil, but it seems that it is diffi- The street parade ,ill tr.. rr. the WesternOur Stock of principal street. of the ;ity in the moir- Ou Stock of cult to obtain evidence in many cases ing. Ith para deil appear ahfut h os in S or M
The law cannot be enforced unless r a .. s asd pwo n y fusen rd six and eight teams. A Iarg calliope
the sentiment of the people supports will pla all the latest music of thedav f ll Gd os
it. He eo we call upon all goodcliti- On, of the notieabio f, Iatur at t is com plete at all ti
zens in the name of manhood, sobrie- ground where the Van Ambuer shows
appar is the courtesy 5f the emlisyesn rI5TUSVILLE, FLORIDA ty and good conduct to assist the of- Everyone is willing ano d anxius that ...
fiseersinthisgood work, byexample the sptator shall ee all of iP. Theand Oils of
and teaching to the youths and young show employs only those who kn,, hQuality to be gentlemen, and rtielar rare to one of our Specialties lmen of Brevard county and in behalf ladies ad children is t first considers one of our Specialties
of the woven, sisters and daughters tioo of the Von Amburg mnagewent
oftbese oehomesarelikelvtobe Tatperformanes willbe given, lc
darkened and des raded by he ex gin at 2 and 8 p. m. respectfuly. "
ndark ned d h D forget the date, Wednesd Fire Quotations for large or small orders will
istamre of the lawless blind tiger. April 8th. -- be given personal attention. Mail Orders
The grand ury have a number of pingO Hs TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA solicited and promptly filled
petty complaints brought before Eerybodye i welmeITSVILLE FORIDA solicited and promptly filled A
n re r I represent soe of the ladi TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA oesidder thedoorsof the grand Jury .LifePill. 'fvisetth=iesn b. companies of the wold ad ay we cpn to the complaints of all ct-ir and owels peety one m't help business entrusted to me will reiB with isn o eep mmt"llagoind ea he son thin pills. a.
" i nlma arotrhi with this ooneep- sto BassOre Oes. ceive prompt andcaeful attention


Evans Upholds Rutoerdlhl. Women s WON N
It now Imusca ou that prior to thb
Toyrgn of the Ileet to the PaciBe Ad A
mini Evuns put an record in a lettI Kidney Troubl
It is todedully to Ship commande his opinion that the armor bet on our battleships is
ve to do too low. thus sutaining the mai Kidney trouble preys upon te md 4kitchen work on a tention of lenry 1rutrdshi in i s a cu ndesasa snbitnon beau ,wlr sove that's ready tle for Mclure's. The lamgud;e of a chora SW attheinstntwanted the adiral was as follow: t oill l nyare. out of or0 e andoutFerthewaythe tracedt i te most df heater tipaeelvto K;.tle t ao mdmett yo're d their rga d l in cl111 i. teome la: present The Administration Compromise uch a stove New u then y snot o."" .u bn Trust Eegulation Bill In, Fo!- Perfection Wick BhIe .tr of ar.- lt it t .
lowed by the President's Mes- Flame Oil Cook-Stoeve. r ... u r sae Cotaining By o;ng it you avoid the a a, l cominuous overpowering I,.nne s 0 l tht f- : Legislative Programme-- he heat of acoal freand cook r i. ior ....... o o....r o ...
Minority Prods House and Of- with comfort, even ii dog- of ih, ua- hi r ,t Iliod the r bedwemng a ed tr fers Alliance With the Presi. days. The m of r t,hs n th I the dc is dent-Evans Says Armor Belt H f u w a nolrtun the l i e s e i s -pon Is Too Low-Supreme Court ,."wr a.:ll ith the --ertl u t dte.- w::a
Low-Si reme ,ouca m humw IIJI IIh;t al this rit l evidenrlcc aoeu kU ney n .;lapclsa
Knocks Out State Rate Laws. Witk Blue Flame Oil CookSlove l e ... i.. aT a ft a n d B ry a n G a th e rin g In WPir.ient -ar Anrch i st S h ...p1Pc. ...c. "eet.
Delgates-British cir o BrA.lictl of Potci and i th n-- ir
Delegates- British Liberals is so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly to the heat of i e. It writ le. litr gi l ai t Snd o o
Defeated-Germany Rejects a room; the flame being directed up a retaining chimney to cludl fro" h, us the Italian bo Swamp-Rot HM idrich Bi Passed. the lstove top where it is needed for cooking. You can arcit "ae utes ni yndrtggist r see that a stove sending out heat in but one dei- mIibslld at lterson. l .. a cn se you ma rtion would e preferable a hot day to lof hteb in ill to hIte o0nitai mpl btle t I CONGRESSIONAL a .store radiating heat in all diction. The ed 0op-n aial i grant initatin to il, free alSo pm~~ l- P .... a
'New Perfection" keeps a kitchen uniformly cece gi e llthoriti I it g alt acout n uduf It To Modify Anti-trust Law. comfortable. Three sies, fully warranted, author IgaIl o tlo he tlialrtilrl ei thoad c i r Beresetatie HepburnR. Rpullitno. If ot with your dealer, write ouramsat agency. editorss ll. I ntilu t;lt llb &Co Binghamt o N Y h-.reof Iowa has Introducedt rp d the r th crimes are .r infoun tian r mention thu paper

law whlelh I the outcome of eanfr- l ap slate o this su t n
_ enes at the White House etlawn the f family uosf irot d thl tad 1 pprlidesit sd representativr of lor ovenient, ernomial a ga light sd caplthl bright together by the g COMMEIf CIA Ls Cl e federation. The Oa rc I A ssth bl i te i r nto of the bill la the provision for the fed- Iaeawmmals Rig mSaee in C St,- Trd ua ra regtsttion of corpor:b ic Big 2e In Stool Trade. 1 er t i. 1.- I

full formation lltieal associates, pl~s. itJunlltlo lmitation, removal of til' Unittl Staes Stl rporltion cl el
bot their Minority Prods the He. of tariff on woodl pulp and print paper make tbhe st;iteuent iu their annual re
tFlo and bus ss and federal charge for water power part that orders are now i v Ieei me d T o Following the annp nementthatthe rights. Wiliams says he will uot sop ed on a bsis more than DG .r l en t
atis so rpo Republinn leader in eoras had port the penalizing of the boycott, the greater than at the beginning o hi A Thr e
te found a bas of reement with the right of the attorney general to appoint year. During tie latter half of l thc-ri
om I e protected preadent for a Iisatve prgrmme retlers for a common carrier. modl- there was of couare a marked falling Strr raat i.i
term po retous and In advance of he president's f:tion of the hermas law so as to off in business ross receipts for th formation ,r \\
tre orces s nor ityae Wolic mef the hege permit the exstence of trusts or trade year were $577014,l7, an iacreS as h n I
try wil he te in- minority ave noteie that henceforth agreeleet et a comblutloat of ii over 1; the art el T7Reprnative terstae and his folla agreements between combinations of $(0,257,R41 aver 19t; the net earnings llese tatn tcetate eommere ho aod his follo n would o nlstet capital or the appointment of a tariff were $19).DBl.673 and the surplus net stp r ot mmiaioier foe atl wit sls to fmiogl e st ecomutoon. Income S0i.179.=. an Incrase of $. 1-4 of Pound R W-k tomm atferieo and the bareso f with e view to forcing the haao of the c m ooe6 .8 i a oS patios for all other-that l. all Republicana. He sld he had "waited Maryland Senator B.ated. 437.0I the tlw abin trusts ar to have the lle a Democratic lamb for the slanugh- In spite of the opposition of the I- Tobacco Trust Surrenders. thi aloetalty o proving themselves ter." waiting for the majority to do publican leaders in the enate to the The report from Pincinati that the ei Sol sad the otheis on to be proant omethtag. and had come to the aow renting of the newly elected senator Amri.-an Tobarrocompany had bought ii t te At to be rated from Maryland. John Walter Smith, the pooled rops of the Kentucky white t i i. r after eOe year from the p sagp of the Closin that they didn't Intend to o on the ground that the action of the burey planter for 1908 and 1907 was 1Irm t to ll to duly egisterd-tat is. anything. It "had become the party of Itaryland legitlture was illegal as interlpreted to mean the irtul sur iSmmoeslty t o pronsetion for acts oegaton, ofpasulity. The tet of the lam requires that aso election must ctter of the trust to the Amerleai Fr -e committed ofre the paage tof the umajo tyd slceri a dded take place the aecoud Tuesday after Soiety of Equity. the planters organic al o a hw. object is to give corpolr- wold be Itsassranre that it woshi the noetiCetion of a racancy. This station. The prici paid are above those Ss whblc may have been Irregl report for eonalderatlon four bills-- the legislator could not do. as it was formerly dictated by the trust the t- a ebaoee to mrform, ai moral sa- namely. for mpryeers' liability. for to adjour. So Smith was elected the tel amo, hinting to 1400.000 o,,o alon rtsa than force In the frst in. publicity of campaln contributlon. nrst Tuesday. Seventeen i nRepnhlcans tae. The commlsadeooer of corpora. for free wood pulp and free print pa olred and joined with the Democrats Sugar Trust Affairs Publi. I i 3 ton will hae the tight to decide per and lnally a bill to limit ex porte In f o f eatlg Smith. The Ateritn Sugn Refining con y "there t n whleh re the good and which the bad and temporary injunctions where ouy poy made its wfhit public rert, show trtte, and the president will have .- one side to a controey has been I ng tie asst aud liabllitic of the s thlty to presrtrie the turntatios tre hard. The Democrats regard this EXECUTIVE vario lostituents iud the cash sur JUST quired. On other important feature cure as clever tactiles as putting the pils flr the year. amounting to $2.44).- O N E Ot the bill Is exemption of labor union, hburde of action up to the majority. Latls Messge a Platform. i. W ORD that weed is gnlgeu etc.. rom the operation at Just prior to this Important an- Pasldent Roosevelt santicipatd mes Price of Meats Soaring. the me4an t law and eaprestly no. lanaCement another Demoratic me t., o ,o ... ti0iet t ferig the right to orluase and to her. uler of New York hbad rtet sage r ceessdt. la reh the. ltui to tiit t leIrt Nof J. OgdenAmo h tie. t the rgbt to ar oa sa tlbuster by refsng unanimous ltion imperatiely needed by the na was convilicd that the bottom of the it referstoDr. Tutt 'sl erP!, and ioeo t nt dognelat- o ena for pure pse his motive tan twas noticeably deoid of heated toblO i ad iea reached ud EANS HEALTH o palloflr la" Dg ia being revn ge for being take off the d.oo.lato. ad .r..l. ard itb ot change mast be tor the eHEALTH.
fLefr nllinA oans af Ilutunti some
Senar L. F nliette fshed his three o r for scaling M a or Ilinos some was generally understood to represent all along the line. Coiucident with this Am i s. I attea? day rpeech against the Aldrich hI te- ornal oe as to who ws the aswtho r a Iasis of party agreement on which tnlerview the price of all kinds of i hadh r hasg ben lateropted two dlr- the coming Itepublican platform might meats went up. Dressed beef rose $1 iti at daYs by the deas of Sestors e lWa esathvs the bureau of ieti- be erected by the friends of the admin- a bondt Bims la.- de, befto at iaelb Clmlng that dstdrion t
Wht n. Aga On motion of nn th se expn g- Itation. Head of Knickerbenkr Trust. ANYofth syptomesam eanLy o the goleri wren pek ed with et from the or the rorks r Of chief interest at the moment is Charles II. Keep. frmerly assistant te of the LE. tots 'od the attedOne a the De- hd madthe n tcrd the remr 8 er the prt dealing with the amendment secretary of the treasury, has beu se YOU Nee erle de was god. but may of theft mae theheerman anti-trust law and ap leted as the new pirsldent of the re Bepobla lly remained away To Probe Finanial System- proving the bill for this purpose n tr organozed Knickerbocker Trust cou froe the chamber Referring to his When Senator Aldrich hbad announced duced In the house by Iepburn Mou- pany of New 'ork. the ailure uof b prevou statement that the tondmtres his intention of asking anantmous con- day. Combnatous hbe takes to be t fall was owed by the tuakuide o of the cootry were controlled by less snt to dlsprae of the bilt a Pollette nreslty of the modern Industrial its ilOu head. harles T. Il:I'u"! ,TI than 100 mere he denied the pubished objected, and Beveridge asked Aldrt-b world both among business men and doons of the companyy 0. - lake No Substitute. charge that wasenstional ad mid It he would consent to tbhe applIur moog laboring met, including arm- hur .stitute. he had bo too conservative. In fact. nt of a special commission to inves ers. As the beot method of separating he asserted. a me b smaller number tiate al phae of the diuancial pant.-. the good .comi altions from the bad L o .. La ts Cam pa i gn actually were the rulers comprisg Aldrichb refpled that the present bill ones. the president slg4ets the plan 1'. t.wo known nav i ing gnil the Standatrd Ol-Morgan group. He made no pretense to general baunkiog of regitstraton ontainred in the lep .H loNPYs I.awon of OTHtPE hs ei this was composed of fourteen reform and that before adJournomlnt of ihlrn bill. For the specify proitcclion 1, .nOplllr by lr:e Wnl' trsr t 1in men ad gave their nam r These the session pro hdon would be made of labor unions and farmer orgaliza. rats ,to. en t th rlightenu ed ,pu li ,I r .
*"pecial oterests. he aid. were en- for sueh a commission lir s he rould have t ig e ri h in-h aeII i:t. Il iolgan LtI"' .crSacin on public rights in every Ship Subsidy Passed Serate. strike recogulard as Irgal and like- .tti a lrit Il f r I l a sectloo of the country and that the Galitoer nail subsidy bill pc. als the right or epl oyers to com abr od r , the iisa .ir i k "ystem" knows party, for "It di that American veels to t r ine nd s ontrnt w oe another p i supplanting governmt e uredorent and Australasia receive thel n th n A h otucet.' a- .rtug that the Aldrtrb bit wonld only same ubsidl s v rr eiti m-eg ieol to he right of strengthen this money power malls aarohs the Atlantic was pased n th employ h .o "a sk p eably ,t tome fr a nto aws Aldrith Bill. by the senle. it pays to vessels of d and e oh.g to acpt their isu Ibe etU1 of Te n an t, for S ne pulay; th paa
T Aldr ncil bill to provide 16 knot speed $4 a mile for rcarr"ing np stk d a ln. (b urb for no emergency ls e of tax d ucr- the mails, the amount ven to 20knot si f l ri that the snall i 'alt ne tO o1r rhir to ar l t th r
Cy was ilsed by the senate March 2 Fortifeation Bsill Through. nothingg should te done to leaalize ed a, hretofor, a agne u h~c ltt o16 ee freWLaw-ofh ed pe tho h a to 16hna he The iuyb al bill providing for oast either a blackilt or boyott that homas W Law- Forseeraids ut. aepoitinl bas to Issue such rn ta!ked shoat bis od e f e n e a n d f r t l fi a s o an yl n a n w o l d b e I m n I n n a tu nnpo n rla w .

by d the o Pe ne hou to originate a tariff n hil e .o lt bnt edaton d whe ri the emand muhic th: i tod no nta iaais th t hIl to lalle. tfore theoat t be subject t M einorit O ler to touid ort iken e p reheI opitae lnio ili lti iarh 2 In a p ltso ve ta wh ble h a ill oatl thhe. alli.m i nf the t~u ca do d that Ibr eten lor r gl dion of iroe pai l ty e ai d t n h R T

wasvated dawn *Rered s so sead- offer in wettlg wan gIven Io the pro. ifinls ahodel child tabor bill foe the rice In far below Its worth, bat thaD e the st fata the o tes Baley it uerats the rt i de t Roosevelt ti r eofolhd tb. byt fi cle made by ahe la io the The personal reommedata beSI t wi hoe the emethe gor that if the p- rte Repof the solian men- urt lmiions gig the iats tae le of rh ther prpeea de to t pew ha e af tu uLt a i&e Beforethe final vote Senator he s could be reed up n to suplnR t make one pc ofi, rvflmnd tlo -- ] the prolr t[ of te Sm welter Teller. actng for Senator Bulle who the me urges advocated by the preni- that wod p p e put on tb- free list tr ,in -lee by t he inl men o aot n opa the b De a b dent the minority ould ampaignsure ther t commre cmmidp nt paper b rler Ii cn stan of the general p hasi thIs olds by Cha a Ce betitote lor tbe bill and when this pasage, at least most of them. This landnced. Other legiation urged I n a'e td toe publ c and that the se, w m o t d dR o e ed ea an am e d- o f r in rtn g al g ve n to the pr os. [I de" a m ode ] child labor bl for the prk e i far below Its w north, but that net the salit futae of the Battey It euwlm ternte the Oef-- which blai agamst hol b I, ill 1, made by the Pin t. the recmnd..:.: ;",: OH tommad the apport of the solld ll- turt luaetious0 ainf the interstate vaue of tbe other propertie d to te pit who have been c-d of c.u i. .t t t not the edm lta t ra- noty as follows: Campaign cont~bu- comere cmml u ulore l,er t" r,- of be general ipublli in this oldr by Chambehd't Ccugh di::, f ersgeny Cnvnse. Both bio tion poblcIlty. prohibition of child Ia- deal with railroad stock Iosue. t r done more than all el.e to I: aei Wt we de ted by tet hot at Washintgton. omployes' lehil petal aclp ban.kso and for the octie t trae and votn La fronstte and he t federal liability to governmet em- tart of work on the waterways Cootiuaed on pa 7 P lange part ofthre cianld u or ld.



A ,

*1 movi n ens ll .onth lidAs
the v.1m u i that the

a mn r am e at as rsaI
U- Ow -a uin ethe feme. Our
u comtry i orange c9llA as
Rt dom the f~mremct position amoa
m t caa utes rai?!g citrus raits. will
he Messed with a abudane o
Swel the comig year. This season
4Qraa county wa the baerm o -
ty fhr afnges and sot oaly was the
a s the largest is the state but sose
e, the ameet tn savor aipped to the
a- tbers masrts eam tnnD Orange
S deaty. The quality at the bhdt bad
a thiua to do with the slup in prices
ad the great les a earned this year
freard to sini g s ream orages
a the handling of rit will be the I
ees of emnmaraglin the grows to
iateru efforts next season to handle
Sthe cp sad keep up the prices.
Orlaude is surroanded with beatlut
Ad 6o61es that greatly enhance the
: Rir adi g the many anse redda .
m a d to the nostrils o our northern
visitors the delighttal odor of the bos-
P: am oaly streagt their b~eut
That Ornado I the garden spot of
the world. The are t a puttug eat
S new growth and ever looked letter
han they do at present.

A Lucky Rescuse.
(Daytona JournaL)
The steamer Cherokee, while oa her
way up from New 8myraM Wedaesday
moralag with a crowd of people for
the races, was the meas. I all probe
S ability, o saving a party of eight peo
ae, of whom six were wome, irm
' drifting out'o Mosquito Inlet and per
hays being drowned.
The party wasu I a smaU ope
Launch, the eagle of which broke
down right in the channel to the ln-
let, with the tide carrying them out to
sea, but the Cherokee sighted them
sad carried them to their destinat
ly nt spite of the tog addarkaeEs
Most of our residents who are given
to batin know what it means to be
adrift i that Inlet with a outgoing
tide and perhaps no anchor or cable
of proper strength, so they will be
able to appreciate the feelings of the
rescued party.
The same mteroonat, on her return
trip to New 8myrna. the Cherokee
came upon the Alma May, of this
place, also on her way to New Smyrna
with passengers, but perched for the
time on a sand bar, hard and fast, the
pilot having lost his bearings in the
dense fog. Once more the sturdy
4herokee played the part of the Good
Samaritan, took the passengers of
and hastened to the rescue, taking the
passegers on board and towing the
boat as far as Port Orange.

TYe, I ave Mu a ift tM Las
und whatt Why that Chambersia's
alve easm ea em sad all maner of itching
eIthe skin. I have bee aetd for many
a with skn disease. I had to get apthree
or far time every nalht and wab with cold
watertoally te terrible ithin, but sinee
mlaS this malve in December, ~n9, the itce-
iag astapped sad has nat troubled me.--
ldmr John T. tangley, Reotville. Pa. Forale
by Titmville Pharmacy sad all dealers.
Palatka's Water Supply.
(Palatka News.)
Last Friday noon Mr. H. Merwin.
who has been for sometime engage.
in sinking wells for the new munici-
pal water works, at a depth of 144-1-4
feet struck a vein of water which
gushes up from the crevice of rock
at the rate of 230,000 gallons aday.
This water is clear as crystal, sweet
of taste, and soft, and all who have
tried it are enthusiastic over the dis-
covery. D. W. Ramsaur has sent a
sample to Tallahassee for analysis
and hopes to hear from this in a few
that Palatka now has an abundance of
the purest water for drinking and all
domestic purposes, and a water that bL

absolutely sweet to the taste. Since
the discovery of the new flow appli-
cants for the city water have been
coming in at the rate of 50 a day. Mr.
Merwin is sinking a second well and
by Saturday hopes to have another
flow. Palatkas municipal water
problem is practically solved and ev-
erybody is happy.

Thie umping Of Place
'-temomption had me in its grasp and I
had almost rwehed the jumpinKAsf place.
whe I was advised to try Dr. King's New
DtIery. sad wart to my ridtnew. it
ved my life. Improvement beams with the
SMt battle, sad aftr taking oaedam bottles
Iwn well ad hqfw ~ -la,"
Messe agf Gmemsland, C. As a
fw r ce-gh amd leM. sad healer at
weak, s lumnp sad f" pevMentiag pe-
mis New Dis yis supreme. S. sad
$.at BmerDrg toe. Trial bette fre.

IM; a son" IMH T
ueiu wl vm


Sbsw na e lms a" aches of a bed bask
omskt e sto b entire'y mee n hmes .g,
dawnrou.uerir disrsa s enough to
make say kidney sfrer gaateak To tell
hw thia s mret chaes m a he be bught asnt
will pers msutlag words to hundreds of
Fiels redess
A.Oertasam n, .of 416.r. -BS. *o -
Fha. talkWhewto do ItHeusE "; m MY
epei -e, with Ilea's Kidmey PHl I ma
aseassly seem semid thme to sayome in seed
ra sd madidu w an kidneys. Kidaey
mpld--t and backash ensed me suheing
at inervalsa for em The ist or ememd at-
toek I did miad, beutt aem west by they
grw wor sad at times Iid me ap. I mamd
hadly walk sad it wa a diemalt matterto
hte. aofer sm ng whio the kt ya m-
eitis wesr ireglarald unnatural. Doeam'
KiMey Pills ared me FIm peonmlaex-
perimee I knew that this remedy a be de-
peded ape to n aMl the repenmitaisem
mado r it."
FPr his by all dealer. Price ate.
FPs~.Milbnr Co, Ba le, New York, sle
a- O the United stats Rem ember te
mue--ela' -s*ad take ao other.

Call For Dio tl uary etWed.
Passmat to a iagof the DeI et
C-t Exsatsive mmitte e otfB ardi oa-
Iy. oem Wedaneday, Msach Ith, I S, sad
In d eto mit with the e ofeDem.mat~l
State Ezemtive -mmitteue, dat Feb. Ith.
, the DIomeme ratic ut Exectiave
rmmittee of Bovad coty, Flria, hereby
als a D ari- pimry eletem to he beld
ia eaoih preod t Bevwad a Ma
1th, I6, and it eNsmmn e moa pri
em June l Swthe parpo oMf emi-
mite of all DemoMonU l a r e e, d
t sai n ma, s c t be vsnet wr by the Dem-
cu ais leateMs t the sm-- l eelem tobe
he ld Novrembe r nd. t I sad t be -
an bt a he date of hetheian of mid
rsad the tiats Ofb ig the
rimyel r tim lan amd In aeouidame with

at th sawe sad dari l tae sm houb
( alIIned-tMafeletemMad e did
sad o ly the-e M- shall be per-

ilmy elee held by .de M ti
eletees who delae their adheene a to he

prlaetipbeB satd araminatien o the Dmasm
pasL- ntm te sad ceuty-whe are
lt which they Ber to vete, who have
paid their l iaex Ially dae nat loe tiaa

aad who shll whoi challenged by ay elec-
tr, plede ian writing meath besiee an

the aialt of ech primary an d vote or the
the o inee therees
Eaeb elect qassd to votet a aid pri-
Paid their legally do IM than

teary election ri ve the right to vote

tne candIdate for United States deastr.

Two candidates for jtie of the preme
ety k
e andidate for governor.
ec" atary of tate.
". attorney general.
S" ate trearer.
Sapt. of public in-
One candidate for eummiuioner of agrical-
One candidate for railsrod commiioner.
adjutant general.
S. state chemist.
member of bouse of rep-
ote candidate for county judge.
clerk of cirnit court.
S" county eor of taxes.
S tax collector.
.L Sept. of public in-
One candidate for county urveyor.
.. supervisor of reg-
Four candidates for delegates at large to
National convention.
Two candidates for congressiwual delegates
to National convention.
Onec candidate for member of Democratic
National conmnmittee.
<)i:e -andidate for member of Democratic
Five candidates for presidential electors.
O()e candidate for state senator from 13th
snatoria i d it rict.
One' canlida-t for state attorney, 7th judi-
cia'l clcuit.
r'w, cau,!iadates f-r nt mn!ers of Senat.trial
Excuutivc culuoultee. 13th district.
4 hi- candidate for uiemlwr of Congressional
Each elector shall have the right to vote for
One candidate for justice of the peace.
.. .. < couutable.
.. memnaer of Denmocratic
(mnilty Executive ommUmittee for his respect.
Live precinct.
EahI electir .ihall have the right to vote fo::
*,ne county c oumiiinmer f.or his respective
commiasioner's district.

OCe member of board of public instruction
for has respective school hard district.
The rrmpective candidates xre assssed as
follow: And said arsisanents with proper
application to be placed on the oficial ticket
must he paid to E. A. M. Stewart, secretary
and treasurer, Eau Gallie. Fla, prior to April
2Sth, 9I0e.
Each candidate for their respective otflie
is assessed as follows:
for state senator. a..
house of representatives. J0.
county judge. $1U.
sheriff, T$0.
clerk of circuit court. $70.
county arecM .r of taxes $45.
tax collector. 45.
S" pt of public instruction. 15.
county treaurer, 35.
supervisor of rei s n .
county im r $
member of eol board, 5.
The following oilers were appointed to
hold the primary electi on May 1th, 18OU.
Immage--P. W. Roberts. L.K. MyerL
Geo. B. Garder. inspecers; G. B. Johnson.
Titustille-A. A. Bethea. Van T. Worley.
P. J. HalL inspectors: J. P. Wilso. clerk.
City Point-B. F. Beal, J. D. Hatter. J. J.

A Baby Show in Titmille
would have may eaattamo, but it's mfe to
my that the e halthiest boaby would win the
Ne. o bab eam be besathy who afe
fre worms ad meet babie do sube they
ae kept fre from them with White's Cre
Veriifuge. Aet quickly, yet mildly-i ih
own pr ti Mothe don't attempt to
raine calim without White's Cream Vermi-
fuge Price 25 event. Sold by Titoeille
Pharmacy ad Boaner Drug Store.

H. R. Olmstead a former citizen of
this place now a successful pineapple
grower of Fort Pierce, has been spend-
ing a few days in town. He says
that the pineapple crop now bids fair
to be the largest ever produced on the
East Coast, that the warm winter with
Just a suicient amount of rain to keep
the plants in good growing condition,
has brought out an extra heavy bloom
and that all fields are looking fine.-
Eau Gallie Record.

"Generally dehilitated for years. Hadsick
headache. lacked ambition, was worn-out and
all run-down. Burdock Blood Bitters made
me a well woman."-Mrs Chas. Freitoy.
Moosup. ('on.

Sheriffs Sale
Under and by virtue of an order issued out
of the county juda~'a court of Itrevard county
on the 13th day of Novenaulwr. A. I). Il.. iin
a certain writ of attachment wherein P. A.
McMillan is plaintiff and Harold I. S~nith is
defendant. I lave levied i:lon and will sell
before the courthouse door in Titusville. Flor-
ida, d, ring the legal hour ..'.sale 0,n Monday.
the 6th day ,o April. A. D.. w10o. thie follow-
inc real rerat- property of the said defendant.
Harold I. Smith. viz.:
All the undivided one-third interest of saiiL
Harold I. Smith in and to that tract of land
described in deed hook "W." page 310. records
of Brevard county. described as follows:
Beginning at the southwest corner of the
Indian river in line with a crnw in a rock.
thence running east northerly in line with
land now owned by Charlotte Fontain to the
Ranana river, thence northerly with said river
about twelve hundred and forty-five f124.)
feet to a mark or cross in a rock and to land
of.teabron Jones. thence west southerly in line
with a cross in the rock to Indian river thence
in a southerly course with aid Indian river to
the place of Ibxgiuninzt. said piece of land con-
rining two and a half (2fl acres more or less.
all situated and being in section 10. township
S7 south, range 37 east.
J. P. BRow,.
Sheriff Brevard County. Fla.

Robbins & Graham Co.
Paid-Up Capital s.000
This a'ompny owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay

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enhallew I the pollings p at ech pe-
wetin every esat, wieD watcher
sad shall be .atled to be pmese. t
dasia the e timethe poe a H pe.a, to
T. ECree vok sad she t witaem the mat-
fAer the pall Q ae eld. The baIOS. pon
boh e E Oos y Aa"eutive
cmkitten aner the rinr- h bein held.
The Oaanty Executive e.ammioe will meet
Hat lvllle a Aprnil h I, to bepam
the asiu I tieketi et, ad they wil aale
meet at Tftavlle -m astaday. May Ued.
lS- at s p.s ., to mavm the arrasof
mia primary ele an sd o edt i sthe rsemit
ibe aomem to tsamet at that time.
W. H. 8.ABP,.
E A. A. SrswAbTr Chairmnm.
Seel. aad TreM.

Money by Tampa Real Estate.

(Tampa News.)
Thirty years ago, W. Durhaam, a
Polk street negro shoemaker, mbough
a cover, 15 by 105 eet Marion a

Tyler street for $15. Later, 10 feet
was sold to the First Methodist church
on Tyler street. This week. J. M.
Gibsoa qpld the remainder of the land
95x105 feet, to John A. Thompd n p at
Mayvile, N. Y., for a figure Close tO
$10,000 and the money has been de-
livered by Mr. Glbson to the shoemak-
er. Mr. Thompson is a pencil mans-
facturer. He Intends improving the
property in the very near future. Ru-
mor has it that it may not be so maSy
months before Tampa may be tuAral
out pencils. Fom $15 to $10,0N00 t
thirty years may be taken as indca-
tive of the marvelous growth of real
estate values here.
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in a mild gentle manner, you will see a healthy color appear
on their cheeks, and illness for them will be a thing of the pat.

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chester, Kan. writes: "I
have used Herbine for
years, knowof no better for
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biliousness, etc. My child-
ren are never siek. I will
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Sto j melarl wmh sounded at the
a a.P toe Titusville mader Co.
time e-- bot M pr. m.a The north-
w aw eMrs. of the roof over the boil-
meengbt framseOme Pf Pt mater- e
ia, baMt r. lpt a tin put out the
fa mdsoa m serious damage wat, tlm Miami stopped here
i anb ight oan r way from Mi-
-a in te fsaville with the fotow-
ing a prYaboard: Me e U.Max and
dl Z E, C. A. Grave, oA. Srgent
madOtto Ves. The rn from Port
Panes to Ttsville wa made Mon-
dA in 1 horin All d a pleasat
time teaept Mr. Max Zapt, who was

Mr.and Mr B L F lves and their
sM. Mr. Bert Ives, and their dauxh-
SteU, the Minses laura ad Elsie Ives,
let W-oedi y in fo tteir n home in
Phmlh intor to spend the uamme r
tar mie int the fal again to their
rida Abode. A'most enjoyable
4- w givn at tD e opera houe
sealda night in honor of the Mises
Ivsb departure. Ms was furnish-
d by tshe Titusville orchestra.
Moving Days
Tirdlfa and Wednsday were
mvin day in town. Dr. Spell
maed to the Walker cottage, corner
rda and Pam; L. W. Haileand fam-
Soved into their own home, which
was vacated by C. B. Kangman who
osWed ito the fte r cottage; Fred
Black ped into the Dodon cottage
t given aup by Dr. Spell and D. H.
*eA moved into the Swindel eottage.
Dwddigm for Rent
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19mar, J. D. CBaBB.

Fle Monday Off g of Men's
Clothing .
aMen's bluMe erge trousers, worth
en ar's ternsmade of an ex-
' 11 *eL iat rqlity at lisle thread, long
or short sleeves, worth 75 cents,
M' a spei $a.l cents.
IfaBna nainsook abirtsand short
driawr, the famous B. V. D., Sl.M
We will also put on sale about 500
pairs of men's trousers, of medium
addark paterta, famous Crown
make, priee $3.@ to $gh.
JuLus Kuwu,
TitUvule Fia.

Wo wi eatinoe to -u at tar foun-
tu fa-Hn.rfaId ISmith's Use of 'Irue
haWIs" ad symups which were o p-
lst mon. lee cream every y.
.. Bannq DRUG STORE.

NJot f"s Oqrswsel Aloqei, Bqtfog t t. s(Foo" of Otlesms Also.

.i.stye.s we're sowing in AND INCIDE NTMONDAY, 6, 1908.PERS A
aui s W men w'ml yomu Itt imte a
Sa r n md 7 .-'--.,...-. --,- ti Ladies' silk tia the wen known:!SoneJkq lht aa, d o tn-
ideal ramet in P r mal argr et h ltthtKliv e wl k Snaowtnag t0t the weeple of Titus-
.a'e in Sean Pee ru ?N N uW Mn ri Kyzer make, doble tips, 18 inchesI
Sl B of n lss ro Br-s ., oaI I iN 1long, worth $1.50o speialB cents villa s nq Ceu i ro
timr and ork, and you'll I colors black ad white only.
find them up to the notch in work- WANTED-Pool table must be in' White linen, specially good for The prettiest line of Panama hate
ma ip stle, fit and wear. No first cla condition and cheap. Give skirts or suits, 90 ihes wide, worth shown on theeast coast. 500 each at
matter what price you want to pay c and paticulas. L $1.50, Monday only, $1. per yard. Branning's.
for your spring suit, be it $10 or ce f s. Whitehandkerchief linen, specially Come to the spealSeed Packae
choose oneof these bvuome gar- Miss Ida Dodson left Wednesdy good for shirtwaists, 6 jches wide, Sale,"at theNovel Store onSar-
ments and you will be hooig well. for Kansas where she expects to re- worth 75 cents, Monday, 9 cents per day and Moday, Apr 4th and 6th.
They're biut fiom choice erials main for sometime with her brother. yM. Dooao.
n te very newest 190an oromemewter other. mCroas-barred pure Irish linen, 36 Soda fountain and charin outfit,
m s tbad we are confident we can We call attention this week to the inches wide, very stylish for shirt- so syrups for same; one Acme peanut
pwwea you in tyle as well as fit. new announc-nre.t^ in the.anu nce waists and shirtwaist suits, Monday nd warmer. Apply to Box 10,
Never in all our e career have et columns. F. M. Hudsonfor sen- only. 49 cents per yard.
we ea so a ttratv line of gar- t RBSteaWe will p e on sale about 1,000 Miss Edith Paterson is expected to
ments as we received this season ator and R. B. Stewart for represen- yards of going excellent variety arrive here tomorrow from Philadel-
tative. of patterns, specially good for chil-
.W STON Mr. Homer Conkling, formerly lo- dren'sdresses, Monday's special, 12, p
Up-to-lothing House cated here with the Walker Grocery Hal sik in all the leading ng for steew and will taem-
Tituville, Florida. Co., was in town Monday on his re- shades including CopnhCge-n blue ton for the summer months.
..... turn to Fort Pierce from a few days' 25 inches wide, Monday's special, 9
Clmrch Work in Titville visit in North Florida. cents per yard. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and daugh-
Thirteen new members wee taken M Ethel Wion returned ho Flans, madeby one of the ter, who have been spending the
wMiEtel Wismn returned home best mills in the country, endless va- winter here in one of the Robbins
into the Prebyteran church last Saturday from a visit of several rie of patterns, worth 25 cent perrere
Sunday evening. After a short ser- months in Connecticut, also pdi, yard, Monday's pil 15 cents. ttage, expect to return home next
mon Rev.-Iobe in his impreive man- a few daysat Or-'geiale with her sis- Ladhes' uml asl endless variety Wednesday.
ner cdutted the solemn and sacred terMr C Thom s Ethl of handles, made of good quality of Mr. F. P. Ziy, of Oak Hill, was in
service, baptiing ten of the number reports a lovely trip. silk, worth $1.50 seal town for a day or so the first part of
The joining were Mrs. Blonnie Ladies reMymade skirts in all the theweek. He expects leave soon
Good, Mrs. Christine Knox,An- Mrs. M. L Wetmore left Monday new colors ihwludirqCopen- blue for the mountains of Georgia to
nie,-Jeanett ad Marguerite Nor- to join her brother aand sister-in-law, and stripes, prices from S to spend the summer.
wood, aul Temie, Sarah and La Mr. and Mrs. Isaae Denby, of New $1S9M
Andr Foyl)uren Willie P kett, York city, for a ten days' or a two Ladies' white canvas oxfords, Miss Florence Hall, who has been
SdieDuen, o ehale o weeks' stay at Atlantic Beach. She madeof thebest qualityof linen, atteiing school here this year, was
Sadie Duren, Le and e d Los- turned sole, style Gibson tie, worth called away Sunday on accountof
Iy,. The three. latter os weme will also visit with friends in Jack- $200,peia$149. caed away Sunday on account of
timed in infancy The church was onvile while away. dies black silk lisle hose, you no the ills of her mother at their
decorad with M. C, wie ad le sn doubt have seen it advertised in The home in Marion county.
beautifully decora-d with flowers, Mr. Carmack, wife and little son dies' Home Journal No. 1409 K., r. F. W. Bey, presenting the
and with the special music added Sam andMrs.Embpy, Mrs.Carmack's the f Onyx brand,Monday Mr. F. W. Baiey, representing the
much to the lovely service. mother, have returnedto Winches- special, M ents per pair. Gulf Rein Co., or Atlanta, was in
ter, Tenn., after spending sometime Misses hose, fine ribbed, worth 25 town last Friday and called at Tua
The specialrevival arve at the in Titsville. They were delighted cents, Monday's special, 15 cents per Sr office. Mr. Bailey formerly
Method da are te pmircotin- with this allie5n o 1- to 9 1-2. covered this territory for the Nor-
19 0 d If, I em* air a eontin- with this place and our holtful Ladies' shirtwaists in all the new-
nd all ofthis week, main a session river and hope to return another sea- est styles, hm phrnmely trimmed with vell-Shaplegh Hardware Co., of St.
of fr weeks in evena camdi- son embroidery and lace, worth $1.50, Louis.
dates were baptied Monday and Mrs. T. B. ilson, of Waterbury, special S91M Admiral J. H. Gillis, of Melbourne
over fifty new members have been erMail orders promptly filled on any Beach, spent a part of last week and
Con., joined her husband herelSat of teabove goods.
taken into the church. urday. This is Mrs. Wilson's first JuLJus KNmE, Titusville. this week in town attending circuit

Naruw Ecape From a Fire
Some rags saturated with oil and
turpentine which had been used in
leaning show windows caught afire
by spontaneous combustion in the
rear part of W. S. Branning's doth-
ingstore last Friday nightjust be-
fore lowing for the night, but luckily
the smoke wm discovered by Jese
Battle a erk in the store, justin
the nick of time to save te the building
Them rags had been thrown back in
a corer by a negro after usin them
during the day. Ten minutes later
the store would have been dosed and
the blaze would not have been no-
ticed from the street bya person
cham ir. to pas by until it had got-
ten well under way. The narrow
escape has set a leson thatshould be
remembered, vis that all greasy rags
and oily clothes shouldbe burnt as
soon as used or placed in an air tight
metal bucket.
Tituville Won the Game
Eau GallIe baseball team played
Tituasille at this place yesterday af-
ternoon with the score resulting in
favor of the home nine of 10 to 8.
Eau Gallie had the best of the game
up to the fifth inning, when they
weakened and the home nine piled
up six runs.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRnrns,
Shiloh. Fla.
A cool drink at a cool place at
For Long Lease
A rmy home o Imndia river, sev-
enty-f veacres attache Bearing trees
-ran, grapefnit, xrine and
Sa few trees.
hic tio ryand chicken
a. abo boadinhome in winter.
Pl n-forw-tion apipy this office.

visit to Florida, where they have de-
cided to make their home, having
purchased a lot in Titusville on which
they will probably erect a building
in the near future
Easter suit wanted? Order now and
be dy. Measures taken.
Eff dy r cks, an baskets
Five-drawer, drop-head ewi machine
warranted 12 years, $2.50
Screen dth by yard, or roll $.00
CHAs. A GARDE, 'Phobe 34
Call for Mss Meeting
Whereas, a regular meeting of the
town council will be held at the
council chamber on Tuesday evening,
April 7th, and as they desire an ex-
presmion of the wishes and opinions
of the tax payers on several import-
ant matters, I therefore call a mass
meeting of the cities at the court
house on Monday evening, April 6th,
at 7:30 p. m. All are requested to
come. B. R. WLsoN, Mayor.
Yacht Club Meeting Last Night
Indian River Yacht club held a
meeting last night at THE STAR of-
fice at which the old officers were re-
elected for the present year with the
exception of Dr. J. S. Daniels for
president and Dr. H. G. Utley for
secretary. Charles Massey, G. B.
Massey and E. R. Mason were ad-
mitted as new members. Treasurer
was instructed to collect dues for
J. Lorillard, Jr., commodore; D.
B. Pritchard, vice commodore, and
E. B. Wager, treasurer, are the offi-
cers holding over for another year.
Dravingor haun of all kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all train.
Titasville, Fla.
Nursery Stock for Sale
Citrus stock grown on high pine
land. Indian River Nurseries, estab-
lished 1886. Send for catalogue.
Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla.

,Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday, April 5th, at LaGrange at
11 a. m. and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
There will be service in St. Gabriels
church, Titusville, on Sunday, April
5th, at 7:30 p. m. Dean Robottom
will officiate in Eau Gallie on Sunday
morning, April 5th, at 10:30 and at
Melbourne on Sunday evening at
Services at the M. E. church, Co-
coa, April 5th. Sermon at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. W. J. Bart-
lett, of Canada. The pastor of Co-
coa church is expected to dedicate a
place of worship at Enterprise Sun-
day a. m. Services will continue on
until Sunday night at the M. E.
church at Titusville.
Rev. L.T. lobe will hold servicesin
the Rockledge Presbyterian church
Sunday at 11 a. m. and at Titusville
at 7:30 p; m. After the sermon at
each service the sacrament of the
Lord's supper will be administered
and all persons wishing to unite with
the church through profession of
faith or by letter will be received.
For Sale Cheap

court, he being a deeply interested
party in' the ase of the state vs.
Lipecomb, colored, who was convict-
ed ofgrand larceny Tuesday after-
noon and sentenced for two years in
the state penitentiary for stealing a
fine gun from Admiral Gillis some
three years ago.
Mr. C. F. Dwyer, proprietor of the
Indian River hotel at Rockledge,
stopped off here Monday on his way
to St. Augustine in the launch Irene,
J. W. Taylor, where the Ponce de
Leon celebration is going on this
week. Mr. E. Day's launch of Rock-
ledge, also passed here Monday for
the Ancient City with a party of
friends on board, also towing the
racing motor boat Trente Sept, which
is entered in the motor boat races
there this week.
Enlarged pictures of yourself or your
loved ones given away free to cash cus-
tomers limited quantities to be supplied.
Call at Heath & Co's. store and they
will be pleased to explain full particu-
For Rent
The Taylor cottages and bed rooms
for the summer season.
MRs. F. M. TAnLOa
Cocoa Town Lots For Sale

Sail boat outfit, mast (spruce) 281 Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale
feet, boom 23 feet, gaff 13 feet, bow" on new street opened up from river to
st 9 feet, hoops, jaws and irons corn- railroad. High, dry, healthy location.
pet, large mai and jib nearly new 4 minutes walk from station, fine view
S e m inail andjibnearlynew, : minutes wyS f
galvanized wire rope stays, pulleys and of river, good water. Lots 50x I19 feet.
blocks, all in first class condition. Ap-: Appy to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
ply at once to J. CA~PEHA. Mitchell, Cocoa, Fla.
Cocoa, Fla.
For Sale Cheap For Cash
For Sale Cheap About 88 acres of good high land on
Forty dollars will buy a large second the east or ocean sideof the Indian river
hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will at the Narrows, described as follows:
bur any fuel or rubbish such as can be Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
picked up in range groves. Just the tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
thing for irrigation. Apply or address east. This land is unimproved but fine-
STAR office. lylocated. For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low,
A cool drink at a cool place at Brockton, Ma.
Photograph Gallery
T-e Alpine Hotel
The Apie Hotel Go to Faust, the pbhotographer, on
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- Junn street, for artistic photo. Al
aer. On the European plan-furn- work first class and prompty attended
ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
trally located, oil paintings a specialty.

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