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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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''VOL XXvIII: ; TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1907 NO. 10



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r JOHN R. WALKER & CO. SPECIAL SALE LOCAL
DOINGS OP THEPRESENT I ScHloss Bros. Clothing There are, perhaps, people in Ti- GOSSIP .

tusville who never heard of this firm, AT KLINE'S I
c 4 mil Dozens of brand new models here there are, perhaps,'others .who do AND PERSONALS

for spring and summer wear-the not know that- Bargains la Every Department ;

fresh, crisp, clean-cut styles that you JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
Pujent Holes Pertaining to Runts often see in fashion pictures,but seldom have a well selected stock of dry MONDAY,JULY 1, 1907. Something About the People of Titus- 1
really find. If want lawn I don't knowas
Transpiring About Ton We have them all; you find them goods, notions, millinery, clothing, you you will ever any get a better chance Tille as They Come and Go "
i ladies' and men's hard-
A cool drink at a cool place atMANDY'S. here with the new long lapels, the ware, furniture, etc.furnishings This last, are than next Monday,prices are continually A cool drink at a cool place at '
ventlessback close-fit- advancing but fortunate ,
semi-military
we are -
ting collars and shapely shoulders.In the people- I to still have a lot of it on hand. MANDY'S.Rev. '

k y Come see what Mrs. Fulton has to fact you'll find we have everything JOHN R. WALKER & CO. i Prices are almost less than the manu- J. S. Geiger, of Eau Gallie, is 1

s sell in the way of household goods.* that's considered good style. are specially interested in and we facturer's cost. in town today. ':

You are cordially invited to look respectfully request an inspection, White linon lawn, sheer quality, Prof. Rapport, the palmist, went .' ,I
Mr. A. 0. Frink. of Eau Gallie, J
over these new things at your leisure; we feel thatJOHN manufacturer's price 20 cents per: to Sanford afternoon. '
.t',. was in town yesterday afternoon. take as long as you want to do it- R. WALKER & CO. yard, Monday's special 15 cents. : Monday I' I.

}-If- A second-hand Caligraph type- we're only too glad to have you com- can save you money if you v.illlet Also another lot worth 25 cents for Mrs. J. A. Begg returned last week I ,
pare our goods with others. Our 19 cents. from visiting her sister '.. I
Mrs. Tolar
them
whole ,
figure on want
writer for sale. Inquire at THE STAR your t1
\ suits all the from Lawns in endless of
are priced way list. 'We sell variety stripes, in Sanford.
can groceries too. #
.:: office. $8.50 to $20.00. We can fit any fig- We know that- you plaids and figures, manufacturer'sprice ,.-:- t i
0 Editor E. D. ''Oslin of the Mel- ure and any pocketbook.See 20 cents Monday's. price 12 1-2 Mr. Joshua Smith, of Gomez, has e 1 ft.
JOHN R. WALKER & CO. .
bourne Times; was in town Tuesday our new spring and summer cents per yard. % been spending a, few weeks among r f .
furnishings. will use their best effort to please you Bates' chambrays in solid colors, his old friends at LaGrange and i

afternoon. WINSTON S. BRANNING JOHN R. WALKER & CO. worth 15 cents. for- 12-- 1-2. cents__n__ per _Lfims._ __. 4 ,.
:: Mr. H. J. Magruder, of Oak Hill, Titusville, Fla. yard. u .
Titusville, Florida. Royal Worcester corset this is Windmills of the well known Fair- 1
and Mrf J. C. Deal, of Mims, were in The Department Store one
of the best makes of corsets on the ;banks-Morse type have just been re-
the county seat Tuesday.Mr. The Department Store
New'Law Changing Funds The Store market, in most any shape or style ceived by Messrs. L. A. Brady and s r
and Mrs. C. J.Denham are expected Department i you wish, the models are perfect J. M. Osban for pumping water. ?
home this Friday night or tomorrow The recent legislature passed a worth $1.50, Monday's special 99 1c

from their vacation. general act authorizing county com- cents each. Mrs. A. D. Penney and daughter, .
LATEST NEWS
missioners to change funds from the Chiffon veiling, worth 35 cents, Miss Lollie, returned to Fort Pierce ,
Mrs. Jas. A. Paine, of Cocoa, left Monday only 25 cents yard.
per
T fine and forfeiture fund to other last Friday afternoon Miss Lollie
*** last week for a visit with her sister, AND INCIDENTS Ladies' ready made skirts at a big '
r' funds. Whether this is a wise law having convalesced from her recent ,
Moon in Loganville Ga. reduction.
Mrs. R. L. ,
we are not prepared to say, but Bre- Swiss embroidery, handsome patterns llness. i"

Mr. Fred H. Black, from Courte- vard county,wanted a special act to Personal Paragraphs About People that 8 inches wide, likely,could not Mr. F. T. Budge and family, of -' .>
has accepted a position in the be bought for less than 20 ,
nay, transfer from the fine and forfeitureto cefts Miami, expect to spend the
Walker Department stores, vice the road fund Travel Here and There wholesale, Monday only 12 1-2 cents summer t
near Newport, R. I. Mrs. Budge
yard.
R. R. Pyles, who goes to Hastingsnext The general act now provides for The celebrated Plant Juice Remedies per Figured cross-barred dimities, and four daughters will visit here a

week. this, so about $4,000 in this county are for sale by C. Collins. manufacturer's price 15 cents, Mon- few: days on their way north. ,. .

7 Mr and Mrs. W. M. Brown and from the fine and forfeiture fund Hon. G. S. Hardee, of Rockledge, day's special 12 1-2 cents per yard. Mr. Wilson
Harry went to Fort
Miss Louise and Master Mark Brown will be available for good roads. was a visitor in town Monday after- Special prices in ribbons, all colors.
Ladies' oxfords in black white Pierce last Friday afternoon, returning -
,
of
left Miami the latter part last The law referred to reads
new as
noon.
and golden brown, at prices that can- Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Wilson -
week for New Hartford, Conn., follows : Mr. Arthur Losley returned Sun- not be matched.
who had been visiting her sister
where they will spend the summer. An act to amend an act entitled an day night from St. Augustine and Mail orders promptly filled on any t
Mrs. A. K. Wilson for week
J# Miss Jessie Dodson returned home act to authorize the county commis- expects soon to go to Palatka.Do of the above goods. a or so.
her sister sioners of any county in this state to Juuus KLINE Titusville. Commodore J. H. Allen, of the '''
"'. week from visit to ,
i last a mt varnish stains?1
w or
require and cause county treasurerto you : 'Phone No. 8. Halifax Yacht club, Daytona, was in
f. Mrs. Thomas, in Hendersonville, transfer to other county funds the If so, get Masury's. See ad. of East town Tuesday and THE STAR office
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N. C. Miss Dodson reports cold, surplus money now in the fine and Coast Lumber &Supply Co.on page-1! Notice to Confederate Veterans gave ffl
and unpleasant weather: forfeiture fund, or that may hereafter a pleasant call. He had just returned -
rainy very y
come into that fund from the hire Mrs. J. Kline and daughter Leona There will be a meeting of Indian from a trip north and was on

in North Carolina for June. of state or county convicts.Be expect to start for New York city River Camp No. 47 U. C. V. at the his way to look at property interestsat

Miss Maggie Collins was summoned it enacted by the legislature of the latter part of the coming week to court house in Titusville on Wednes- Clifton. i
day, July 3rd, at 3 All the
Saturday by tel- the state of Florida p. m.
St. Augustine :
to
I spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Krulder and
!members are urgently! requested to family
that her father's condition Sec. 1. That the above act be and
stating -
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egram much'worse. the same is hereby amended by the The Connecticut built catboat ad- be present.f.oS.. NORWOOD, expect to leave the first of next week
She return-
was addition of the following section : vertised in THE STAR by the owner, Commander. I for New Smyrna, where Mrs. Krul

ed Monday night, leaving him much Sec. 4. This act shall take effecton for sale, brought a buyer and the -- ------- der will manage a boarding house.

T better and steadily improving.The the 31st day of May, A. D. 1907. craft has been disposed of. Lumber Situation DeplorableThe Their many friends in Titusville regret -

of State Roland and Sec. 2. This act shall take effect meeting of the GeorgiaFlorida -
case vs. their departure but realize that
immediately upon its passage and Mrs. C. Fulton has disposed of her Sawmill association in Fernandinalast ,
Carlisle for illegal fishing in the waters -I approval by the governor. place in South Titusville to Dr. J. S. week brought together a large our loss will be New Smy rna's gain.

of the St. Johns river, which Approved May 22190.- .. Daniel and she with her daughter gathering of sawmill men. It was We call attention to the ad.of Mr. 4

';. was set for trial before County Judge -- ------ Flora and son Charles, expects to the first meeting of the associationin J. W. Griffis this week of orange I
B. R. Wilson on Monday, has been Kline's Specials in Clothing and that city, and the Fernandina "i
to Sanford. fruit this Mr.
trees
move grape on page. ,
s continued until tie fall term of cir- Gents' Furnishing DepartmentMen's board of trade went to the extent of i
Mrs. L. W. Haile and two little a general reception, including a hort Griffis has been in the business for

cuit court by request of defendants.Mr. : white negligee top shirts, daughters expect to leave the middle dinner at the beach and an excursionon the past 22 years and has supplied

and Mrs. W. T. lathers pass- with cuffs attached, special $1.00 of.next week to spend the balance of the Hildegrade along Fernan- many groves with choice stock in thissection.

ed through on the southbound train each. the heated term at Pablo Beach dina's busy water front. We have no hesitancy in
route to Eau Special prices in trunks and dress I The meeting was regarded as an
yesterday afternoon en will be with
where they have secured a cottage. important one. The reports from :saying you pleased your

Gallic. Mr. Mathers expects to re- suit cases. the arrivals at the mills showed the most deplorable I purchases from him.
: Among prominent
& Bros.' White linen trousers all sizes
sume his position in Brady situation existing since the organization -
the Indian River hotel during the Within the next week the steamerSt.
when special $1.49 each. of the association and it
store next Monday, was
grocery Lucie which it will be
,
last few days were ex-Governor remembered -
Mr. Ed. Knox will take a vacationfor Black Sicilian coats, worth $5.00. practically decided that curtailingthe
$3.49. W. S. Jennings, Judge. L. Palmer, output was essential. This ques- was wrecked during the severe -
north. special
a month or so in the tion brought deal of discussion hurricane last October off Key
Col. A. N. Terwillaser Judge W. S. on a great: -
Kerno- Blue serge coats at less than man- but tht're"t're who did
:; The case of Terwillagef vs. Ballou all prominent Floridians, and none Largo, and in which twenty or more
dle foreclosure of mortgage and ufacturer's price. not concur with the view of Mr lost their lives will have been
Col. H. Powers, of New Orleans,La. persons
} JULICS KLINE Titusville. W. B. Stillv\ell of Savannah, to the
cross-bill was up before Mr. John effect that the sawmill must do recommissioned by the F. E. C. Railway -
'Phone No. S.Acetylene An automobile consisting of men
Henry as master on Monday and party something to meet the general de- Co., owners, and placed on the

': Tuesday for the taking of testimony.The SunbeamMr. Fred Travis, Theo. Travis, Walter cline of prices of lumber and the I run to the extension on the keys.
Plant for
adjourned subject to Hatter Geo. White all of Cocoa, and other features which have mitigated j
case was The Banner Drug Store have their
I the call of the master on account of E. W. Amsden, of Ormoml "our own" Bert Johnson of town, against the industry for the past: I II large very fine soda fountain in full

the illness of Judge D. L. Gaulden. was in town Monday and while here were served with a dinner at the In- I year. ,_-__ I II blast and presented several hundmlcomplimentary ,

principal counsel for the defendant. sold a Davis Acetylene gas plant of dian River hotella.t Sunday. The I Successful Small FarmingMr. tickets to the people .
35 lb. carbide capacity to Mr. Geo. run from Cocoa, a distance of over '
W. S. Jennings of : J. W. Osban of Sunbeam has
Ex-Governor of Titusville this week to try their
M. Robbins, to be used on the place 20 miles by road, was made in a little :1 '
Jacksonville was inTitusville yester- a fine stand of corn this summer on' soda in which TilE STAr force was
Robbins from over one hour, notwithstanding over
Mr. recently bought I
day morning looking after interestsin I some land in the Turnbull hammock, j included. Notice their special ad
in he one half of the roadway was heavy
Sunbeam
Mr. McCoy, as expects -
this section. Governor Jennings I'I some of which has as high as nine !I this weeK on page 5. The Banner
to live on the place during this :sand and the motor not in the best of
;r' recently purchlthe interest oft order. ears of corn to the stalk and a great i, Drug Store certainly believes in Using
working
Mr. W. }.1. Brown in the Indian River summer and probably rent it during I I deal of it will average six ears to the ] printer's ink.
the winter season. The order was
State bank, and he expresses himself "Down the Line"If :stalk. Mr. Osban reports that he I Rev. and Mrs Wm. Stones held a '
wired the and the
L" with the fine show- to factory plantwill netted $134.00: clear off from
highly pleased I I one-
Wednesday
as be delivered as soon as possible.Mr. they will allow you to drink at I reception at their residence -
ing made by our local banking insti- Amsden is who state for all, why don't you send an order to |II i i third of an acre planted in beans this night in honor of Mrs. Krulder.i .

I tution. He left yesterday afternoonfor agent your old friend J. D. Crabb Co., !j I spring and also has plenty of seed i;i i i the organist for the Baptist church,

Brooksville, his former home, via 1 the Davis company, expects to leave Box .O"'. Jacksonville Fla? ;;, beans left and also supplied himself who leaves in a few days fur New-
the in
this week to spend summer I I
' I and some neighbors with beans off
;. Jacksonville. Asheville. For Sale : : Sm)7na.lrs.. Krulder was presented -
x j this lot. The beans were disposed to with handsome cut glass fruit
----- ;: a
FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES One good family! horse and light the local dealers some of which were :
of the
: Orange and Grapefruit Trees single wagon and harne:;ss. Price dish by the members Baptistchurch
shipped, the balance sold at home.
FIREWORKS Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high $140.00. Address G., care STAR, Ti- ; as a token of their appreciation -
;': lc. to $1.25 hickory hammock. Free from white tusville Fla. : This is pretty good returns for farm- of her work in the church. 11111

J Fire Crackers, Roman Candles, fly. One year to two year old buds. Ing on a small scale. -- --

Rockets, lc. to $1.25 Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. I' i( Bargains

f Gardner 'Phone 34 packed and delivered at Oak Hill About 83 acres of good high land on Orange Boxes j Closing out my stock of millinery
,
Chas. A. station. J. W. GRiFFis the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat I We are prepared to furnish strictly at cost. Mrs., C. A._KRULDER. '

Engines For Sale Shiloh, Fla. the Narrows,described as follows: ItNo. | first class orange boxes at very I ,
3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section Draying
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low l Write before
4 Two 8 h. p. double cylinder, four Gun Repair Works and Sail 36, in township 31 loath, range 39 east. prices. us placing Draving or hauling of all kinds promptly '
cycle Peninsular motors. New sold This land is unimproved but finely lo- your order. We have an elegant line attended to. fens all trains. Stove
r in first class order. Will be All work guaranteed. Guns LOft. cated. For further particulars addressE. Ii of wraps, also cement coated nails. Hood for bale at all times.II. ,

+ low. G. F. PADDISON, ed and shot guns rebored.H. M. Lcw, EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. I l:. IIOLTOX,
very
EaU Gallie, Fla.. BENECKE, Titusville, Brockton, M&as. t Eau Gallie, Fla. THusulle, Fla. I

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parasitic, predatory and productive.The State Against Haywood Rests.------ Stand for the highest type Of t .'::" i---': : ,.. Ji\\- "-)

I SOCIOLOGICALAnother ) first, he says, is most clearly exemplified : Contrary to general expectation: the m'banicallkiIlud They are four cycle reliability, jump l; m 1 i \

by the pauper and the idle I counsel! for the state of Idaho against spark ignition.automobile type. rLJ., 'ii'.P"t?+ -,..- \.ttrW

rich classes. The second method, or W. D. Ilaywood. charged;; with plottingthe mechanical valves, float redcarbnretor.enclasedcrantcaae .; d- 1)1 1

Nature Writer's Retort. hat of getting a living by fraud I murder of former Governor Steunenberg 7;' '

Another of the nature fakirs included force or cunning is that employed by brought its case! to a close bronzed steam forged tiearinzs.crank shaft Have, awl the -"; : 1

in the president's criticism has lns>nheard the grafter, the exploiter or any business : without calling a large number' of Fin- fewest cumber working partsconsistent fSY

from-namely, Charles G. D. man who divorces his business kertons and other witnesses who were with a perfect operating -

Koberts. He expresses the most friendly from morals. It Includes all those! who on band and the defense! assertingthat motor and many other

feeling for the president but thinks take from those! who make. Pro- no evidence bad been brought di- exclusive features found only in the Feral

he was carried lessor Ilowerth admits that these people rectly connecting; Haywoixl with the THEY: ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT >1

away by his ar work after a fashion but points murder of Steunenl::, has asked fora Made in
three
types. 11. a ands i IL P. single cylinder S to 13 H. '
4 dor for criti ont that they chiefly work the workers dismissal. .\ number of witnesseswere P. double cylinder. 30 II. P. four cylinder

:2 cism. Referring and that instead of dog something.: brought forward btIle 'state.htJwe"c"'r ,
We also
manufacture line of
to a heavy, slow speed, orkin,;engiun
e :, particularly hey' ;dn somebody.' These, he says. to rom'bQrntestatemt'nts from 6 II. P. single cylinder to 45 U. P. four cylinder.The .

r -. the story ins are not ethically superior to social parasites made by Orchard in connection with
many hundreds of Feral 1 engines in
now operation
throughout
which a lynx although throughout; history the his alleged crimes. Several came from the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they archiving. -

;k f puts to flisht predatory life has been reganled as San Francisco! to tell of having seen

p t several ,wolves dignified and honorable whether In Orchard In the neishborhood of the Get a Regal J.in the Beginning Don't Experiment

f iqitlQ1. o which the president the form of the destructive soldier or Bradley! bomeo.11 of this sort of handsome

\ characterized he exploiting; capitalist. The third eorroboratkm was admitted over the _._,_. explanatory catalogue mailed free on request i..i ....?

as ridiculous method of,getting. a living, or that of protest of the defense which contented Regal Gasoline Engine Co.

; Mr. Roberts innlncing commodities which sustain itself with bringing out the fact

/ says that life or their equivalent or by rendering that these witnesses had been broughtto Cold Water, Michigan

s 'c he thinks the !orvioe In exchangefor them Is the court In the pay of Pinkerton detectives. -

/ president had only one. according to this economist. The identical homo with .

ti : F- : "./ in mind them which has even a relative justification. I which Orchard claimed to have attempted ....-- -,, -'- "th t- .- A,' :::,' 1t "_y ;,. ,... I

ls Charles G. D. Roberts. Rocky moun- for it works no Injustice to others the assassination:, of Peabody ..

tan lynx'which while it develops character individual was shown' in court !It having been -- --

is inferior in size and strength to the and social and the professor thinks dug up from the river where Orchard

i ;, species inhabiting; the northeastern he time must come when society will had said it was thrown.In .

+ part of the United States. Mr. Roberts stamp it alone with the mark o( social cross! examining Major Naylor of

points out that there are two distinct !'- ipproval. Ethical cons Idem t ions demand the Colorado national guard the d- S <9ARD

:; schools of animal students one that the various economical tense tried to show that the explosionat

y# of which, headed by John burroughs; classes of society b- merged; into one. Independence was hrouzht: about BABFOR

holding that the action of animals is the class which alone .
.,. '" producing can through the agents of the mine owners --- ,-\\7.A.Y.
: ; ; governed purely by instinct and the ring industrial peace. He thinks that: organization in order to keep the militia

i .. oth'er. including the criticised nature man must l>e made to see and feel that in the district. Naylor said that

l "'- 'writers::, believing that animals are "tu live by the lalior of others is uu- orders t.> dislwnd: the militia! had I been .

; / actuated by something akin to reason. uil. degrading and dishonorable." issued: Core the explosion occurred.

...tE... National Charities Conference. Scientists Loyal' to Mrs. Eddy. I Associate Justice Goddanl of the Colorado Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines

g Two thousand delegates attended the ThE annual nipetimr of the: executive supreme court was also an 1m-

of of Church. Scientist, ,rtant witness for the state as he
thirty-fourth national conference members the First Richmond Baltimore.
i+ :. '<', Charities and Correction last week at of J ): be had ?e*>n ting from beneath his owngate
,: 1 Minneaptdis. Amos N. Butler secretary Church. adopted an address
fef" i 1 of the Indiana state board of charities renewing" their pJedres to the pastor: nine months before and which !! Philadelphia, New York

*?* f v presided, and 2,000 delegates;; attended and founder Mary liakcr C;. Eddy. It was precisely the instrument! describedin
Orchard's the state __ ____,_
Finally un
representing the principal cities refers to her example in this hour ofextreme story.
succeeded in Into evidence
ttinz
and town throughout the country. The test of faith and declares that ;:; alal"t' TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY.
nnmlier articles in the
opening address was that of Senator the day of victory over all sin is fastapproachinc. : ; printed

t Heveridge ou child labor, and in the i Miners Maznzir.e tending to show that EXPRESS SEABOARD
t'e leaders of The federation felt treat SEABOARD MAIL
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course of the week papers on almost In the lesal controversy lean by ,
I ; toward Stennenl'erz and
j every topic touched by organized; charities Mrs. Eddy's son and other relatives Animosity
other killed axailetl Or-
or by
men
were read. known as "D4>xt friends," the court has
cliar.I. The di'fense admitted that
.' One of the most interesting sessions now decided that a commission! may Pullman
I ti. articles and editorials did show IVToclom : puipmontTHE :
J1 was that devoted to the promotion of 1M e appointed to determine the menta'icompetency -se
the h.itred of StcuuenU-rz
\ by Hayw
; health In home school and flctor1:1. of the Christian Scientist -
el. but contended that this feeling
d
this meeting the question of clean founder.LEGALCRIMINAL.
v. jvs slandb h y thousands of others.!
milk housecleaning: l house to house
1 Rank lrafts.! j..*tad and telegra! JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE
teachers of 'ookinbitiu :1nllhome
( ;: nurses
I "" were submitted tendingto :
!l om"l "
life for hospital patients were
show that Ilaywood or other officers NORFOLK. VA.
discussed. Dr. Knoll of New York
of the federation had sent to
told of the different kinds of niediea Test For Two Cent Fare Law. money
I Simpkins. with whom Orchard had
; examination now made in connection The dash: of tate and foleral coirt Excursion Tickets on Sale Daily
said lie was sodatctl just before the
with the promotion of health at !'t'bo)1lntl in Mi.i,*.onri over the execution of th*
1 murder of tl.'l1n'tttt'r or to certain
: Misg; 'sted the possibilities olschools ( new two cent railroad flrt'law enacted
aliases under which Orchard claimed
i co-operating{ with churches an.l by the !lesNIatnre of that state resolved I far evidenc-
to have acted: but so no
other relief ! was"; shown of a payment -
Boston and others spoke of an improved Jndce! ld'h"rs.1that lxziimnr: : .Irae write to
direct to On hard. The state S. C. BOYL TOX. Jr.. Asst. general .
system! of public lII"Ifor tin 1!. this anti the maximum freight law Adams Passenger Ajjent.JACKHJXVILLE.
finally decided not to call Steve -
insane. A Ions programme; was tie would IK? in eCect for ninety days fora I the : FLA
in view of his re: radiation of
voted to the National Children's llou:. practM-al test after which Le would ,I
cltnl'"sillnrmt.rttin; OriuariLsniit
society which has branch !societies' ink liar arguments: fr.nn both sides b.ied
was e\Ischsl| t!lalclI111S would U' --
every state conducted by meu and women on aetiil fl=-:I'..s of the l-usine.ss done.
'I called by the defense.
who! give their time without GeneralITulley
payto Notwithstanding
thatth'rn'y The trial was a-!!.mret'lI one day ill I
the work of finding suitable !ba mefor had ;got an order from CintiitJuilce I :
= t. order that On hard inieht 1-e :arrjiij--
orphan. Each state :t "-K'iatoJt.tntlutts : KeyroJ.'s proliiUitinc the eizlst-! before Judge Wood at raldwell f.- r o sufferwith JI

it* work through local iuter- Ira prot the warder of S.erieu''tre. The : "
denominational hortl. tlilaws.. Jni'.zc Mcrher'in ruled severe I
f was: aujonrr.ed to tlie rest tericonrt. JI
(l. F. Lewis of New Yort estimate: that the federal court bad and would '
rr.d On'hardtce: taken h:'d; f ;R Headaches
that more tramps art killed on Auiercaa maintain jar .oUetien.: The three ..
tl< i* n:' '!It::!';''. Tt is rot "":>- '
; -- r:1i1rohl.1rb' than thcombine: i month* trial to, IlaJ- when
was satisfactory! '
j that te will Itrlei: nri! all <"'' '
totals of passengers and trainmenIto toy aa.I t<. the n adJersey *. I I
t>f the acnsf l federation !< :'"Vhiv:
t"ontendod that our pres-'at methods! of
Railroad! Tzx. Vatf.; teen dip'lSt'4l of. '
i treating :mr.. are nMtlser: sufficiently I
Hy sastaining tie! c-Ristimtlonality of
, repressive u tin l"I>;tl.t=:tnt nor Mayor Sshsrit Ksnwvci '
.
the l.ttth'\1! net taxir; !: seerind rlae.t'rmd
sufficiently! : .elpful ti> the accidentslwayfarer. ; After ''.';Iag; convict I ->f ::: 'f.:
-. |'rx'erty at t.f local: tax r.ite.f'.ie '
t : Wood yard and lodging!;: : Mayor Scbr-'tx; was r: ::'!..-' '1 ::. !:
; Ne" Jervy c Kirt of err rs ands :;;
lu>'!'>< A,* '..It diu'In's-h: : : UK national had to gi to jnil E'--'i ( t. i
I,, I!'; :"vb's iiiilliaus of c .,naY"< to tll" .. .
army of tramp lie olieves that preventive sought' to tire<-t tie '--; '1:I. I13't t
star v b.'b most -oiije from the eoff ..... ,..,
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l based '
measures must >e U"I ,. but tIll l.: r.rd i-f f
.. -< u f the r'ffrvj-'s.! The sr.me prinp -
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two l rind'es.; First that the abloIx.xlirtl removed b f" > ;
ally ::ll
<-: :- is invo'ein: the! IVrks: law tagDE MAe\w
: vagrant cinst work f.'r what b> Isntel; S'tpetyin.. .". ,,- tt''t:.., .1
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.'xi i3': i'II' eta! stt't the ayeriga
i" receives and s,"-ond. that the ptirisliment I taayi>r. f 1t wh"n s '=1'1" t'Ortak Will Cure You
.
: rt' n saw still !x fore the statetiI i
i for ala:1n'y inu
4 more severe. The prevailing policy; of I P" !:" !" :!'! T'.1: !:"" p'I !"? h-i:5: i" MM, i.r>l k.'. ;> ', j\ r : ,- ._ r'i .

entismg: arrested s-ag:auts t,> move on i: Says H: rIS Said: Reports I tT";'" .'. .: "" .' '...-. : ...1 iii. II" ., '" a r- _"' !: !< rd A. H .rbine I r ';' .. .- t

fran one town to another slnnltl Kd. i I :11.! c'hi'f wtnt'si :I.t:1 _\",,:,, ... ':. "JJ' :' 1.... dltiuu it. shoul:: J b: and y '; v> ill n, r -'.rf.- : .i L.-",
Stltstnn: : F-lwin S. II "<. II:'. ,'.
i :\1'1'1<" lie advises "enteiiringpro-; I I
f"..i'nnal: v.irrints to hard labr. I I st ltashinretIn for >!n-.'rii'i: v. .' : A POSITIVE CURE
I
HEALTHINSURANCE
\. 1','rkins oral Maser 'iit'1'" qf ,
London 3 g;'ars Prosperous. l!1
York tw profit f-nl ndvance 1-.': 'v FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND

, Despite the fact that l-ecdr-r m---I: .1 or"t"mml'ut; crop mtyrts.. was I. >\;: FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA
f t sral in llrsland. the annual re* ort (It. ('. Van K'i.*Ma New York i.ii.z: The man who insures his life is I

1 I the JAn,1'n Mendicant x-iety estimates I'I stock erator. Van Riper tt.!d how wise for his family. i AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. ,

that more than <".PO4>tss was olvtained ;: lie had peen mtmliuwt to Holme! at The man who insures his health I! I

I j in the streets bv u-sgaix: last |! Washington by IVcklwm and how is \* ise both for his family and I Has Dcme A World Of Good. I

t year and that the average: lieicar ;getsmore : Holmes then explained: his ability to himself. i iu

;i than the average workman earns.Anarchists let out the crop) statistic in advance i Mrs. ('. h. I 'Mll.>v. MarM-! :,I1-. Txi-. w--: I ,v-
You may insure health by guarding 1 ..d lI ',hir.I' and find l it the b. i .
l Antagonize Rsl'sicn.The : I and how be had already mal.III.: :- .i : : > ;IV 'r ci-rr viv.I ,iv. r
I J by selling sues information to Theodore it. It is worth guarding.At tr.,'d. 1: dol!" ny funiiiy a- w1!1 ,I"< uiy- If Avorl f i -' _- ,. .i..j.a
congress of ananhi! in session '{ I ".',' n.Iit
:; ''Iri': to all fruL. ll.\. aitLr
.r
i' at nomItaly.. farmed that their pro i H. Trice. the well known! cotton the first attack of disease, l; adau: ." lay : UuUiuyuiort.
{ i oi eritor. Tie! witne told: further which ,
, gramme should i ir.cltide" the fi::htini ofIt generally approaches I Site WILL Bt.IT.. '
1 j h;)w he sulxeqra-ntly! paid IL.li. e oI
religion l ecause. like governments and through the LIVER and manifests -
II I! al.>nt .5.;rtrwi :toe his share of I\-:
capitalism It represents : itself in innumerable ways
authority.
j kiMil iTT.-n information fumMu'd! ly Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
1 TAKETtitt'sPiIIs. i
The of Classes.
It Merging
.j 'lrni. After this a regular! I r.k-n-! !

Professor Ira W. Howerth of the bii-iin:! <, XVHH onranizedknown: as 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOlISO.. j

s University of Chicago writing in the I Pt'e'khHII! & Menvr. tijtii- 'ot' .

'1< } American Federationist. orcan of the o-oii<;vr.t.n: :. for OUt'1"!::,:::. IV-'k

.r. American Federation of I.abor. attacks ham a seat ua the steak ex'hanWH< Sold and
Recommended
the problem! of getting a living and in I hm \\1taesjt tc'-M where and wit-..ti by

1 doing so classifies the methods of ol>- j .
I': -lit.! < wear dtrkleL Iloimes t ttiag And save health.
: taining a living under three heads his ollart" your Tittisvi11o Pharmacy

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t E \ cities the voters are divided Into two diverts trad'to and from .American: f'kfl t; :!. {f/.,:,:wl1s

= |I LFOREIGN. 'I| classes according to their property and ports at its own sweet will by coercivemeasures John H. Bankhead. n 4

the number of deputies divided equally such as pooling The complainants

Rather Doleful Peace Conference. between them, thus giving the wealthy disclaim any objection to the legislature meets. ;

,. .' The second international minority the same representation as competition. The case fs likely to raisean statement Senator '
conference
peace
' the poor majority. The number of : ( \
? International controversy. hat the legislature
? nt The
Hague, which settleJ
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;- down to routine work with the appoint. cities with separate representation Is Greatest of Aqueducts Begun. hind technicalities to ( ] t

f. went. of tIm various committees June reduced from twenty-four to six and Mayor XlcClelian! of New York In thepresence the people, but that it H 1 f
the peasants lose their separate
repre- in rt'ulal"ucresslon to
It k 19 had not of several hundred officials
city 1
sentation in each of the provinces thus ator Morgan, his name
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wholly recovered and tberpt'Ctators., using
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1i \\ from the gloomy giving preponderance to the landlords. silvered spade, turned the first sod on accepted ia the pr(>\ I
Besides, the ministry may divide the alternate in the
r:: \'\ opening address June 20 !n the $102.000.000: aqueduct event
voters in any district according to their either Alabama's two 1
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... ,' 'r of M. Jfelidoff property or nationality. scheme which is designed to bring an
s't the Russian delegate bncJance of pure water from the Greatest Constitution

If who was Japanese Majority Friendly. Catskill mountains to Greater New W. J. Bryan told the .J

i: .. JI-cy,1 c$y chosen to pre- Representatives of the Seiyukal or York. The water will lie collected In ocratic convention! at O

l\t': side. He held Government party ia Japan met at three: reservoirs: one of which the that the new state coo 1, ,

" = that Tokyo and resolved, that while the recent Lbhokan, will l of ,
f, f ,,-,, it would always >e one the wonders opinion, was the best '

% :- ?. be the persecutions of Japanese citizensin of the world, the wall being; 220 feet .the Union and "lx tter

/ { .:b.i ; \ ,i same with nations San Francisco are to 110 regretted. high and the surface 10.000 acres. A tution of the United : t'

" ,.: ...N as with individuals Japan could not: forget; the close friendship hue tunnel is to carry rtOO.000.000 on to "compliment the : I

7< '. x that of half a century since the visit gallons of water daily 000 feet deep yers or Oklahoma upon

; & V disputes would: of Commodore Perry and that these under the Hudson river at Storm up all the holes shot

and that local persecutions should not IM takenas Iiing and then lie 1 led In three conduita tions of other States by ::

. J| M. Nelidoftoarise: universal, peace an expression: of the attitude of the thrwmh hill and vale to the stitution l lawyers. He ,

and disarmament were impossible of American government' or as an expression great metropolis by the sea. their campaign motto "

attainment. However, he admitted of the will -of the American pe> French Troops Kill Rioters. rule" and added that It

that this should not prevent them from pIe.t the Japanese legation in Wa"h- Thousands of soldiers have been the keynote of the : j

"dreaming" of universal peace and fraternity Ington the persistent report that Ambassador thrown Into the wine : J t
growing provnces Taft Not Withdrawing. J _
Aokl to be recalled and
which was ,
are the "natural higher in the south of France, and. Washington rumors to )
.laron Kaneko appointed in his place -
aspirations of the human
i soulRoth while of the has : '
accurate news events
Secretary Taft ou 3<'(
be and Dr. was denied unofficially. It is known ,
Van Tets
van Goudrain. been meager owing to the military health and overwork : ; ;;
". i who welcomed the (conference in th- however, that the Rntl-\m(>rleau party ,
of the Paris
censorship dispatches: paXTS tire from the p
has been working hard to bring about
name of Queen Wiliielmina
referred told of serious clashes between current after the brief
1. to the large part taken in the peacemovement the: recall of Aoki. rioters and troops in which several secretary at St. Pan .1.1
by President lloosevelt. 1czar's What France and Japan Gain. .
citizens were killed and many others confirmed however
i high handed dismissal of the The new. treaty between Trance and
wounded. At Narbonne several
persons continued his western:
douma also added to the in the French chamber .
read
( 'pessimistic Japan was .
I !: were killed and more than 100 smiled when shown-the ,
feeling which pervaded the opening of by Foreign Minister Pic-lion. The soldiers and civilians injured while! ,4
Kansas Gift
to C
the conference. from the : ,
of the
chief purpose treaty : 'i
similar riots rejiorted at other
were
j of France is to Insure her That the state: of 1\:1O: : I
Irish Catholics Offended. standpoint J(
; o5nt$. The government had so distributed
t The breach between the Liberal and possessions; : in Indo-Cliini. and in return the army as to i isolate the will remain dry was II ..It

Irish parties in the P.ritlsh parliamentwas I ; for this diplomats read between different! sections and render it Impossible made by Governor : I j't !..
of the presentation ;:
t widened by the passage 125 to the lines a tacit understanding tint to effect a general mobilization V"

121. of a motion permitting the introduction Japan will have access to the French of the Insurgents. Several of the 1 leaders 18i.m service to the ti
2 "' at I'hila elphl\! .
,.,' of a bill for a commission to money market In the negotiation of future of the revolt were arrested inclr.d
Inquire into the need of inspection of loans. It is understo that Japan inn "Ferroul. was made notable for .
i monastic and conventional institution expects to borrow something' like $1- I wine or other (' ,
Sixteen Hour Railroad D<: .
y.GO't'nIQr Iloch added that his
John Redmond the Irish: leader 000.000.000 within the next few years
,
said
of New York has
Hughes I'red greatly under
that this 10: order to convert her high rate loan :
was a offense
and
gross insult signed; : the bill making sixteen hour law. : h
into easier securities and furnish the
to all Catholics and that
it put an endto
work for all trainmen
the maximum
: days -
t the Liberal alliance with capital for large Industrial develop
the Irish A Happy 10"i!
or others connected with trail :
party. ments.CUmcRceau's.
service. will see that her baby is
t How the D urr.a Was Wrecked. Strange Warning.In : fur-to do this a good I :

Without awaiting the pleasure of the In French chamber the ('xtrpmet"ity I'arv. Many babies' 1

t douma which was prvparing to make : of the wine culturists strike I POLITICAL \ :and their mother don't 9

J formal reply to the demand of theczar's appeared from the statement made bj baby i< feverish ami .

:J government for the exclusion uf: Premier cienienceau requesting a i>ostponeaient : nJ;:hts, it is troubled with :
Faraker: In Fiohtirg Mood. Cream Wrmifuire will
of the interpellation by the
., fifty-five Social Democratic tremlers :
opposition., This was vlgwsed liy th,' rpoll hi, return from Washington to | worms in a mild ,,','a!<;\ k
accused of seditious conspiracy tl)
tried iii-ed. Give
his home in Ohio Senator Fonikrrmade always
Foclallsts, but Cleincnceau warned the :
overthrow the government Czar Xich 25:: cents. sold: : by Titm \
it to the 11I1':1that ;}
\ olas signed the ukase dissolving this chamber that If another cabinet were plain nowspripcr
be wprl'plrin;: to rt'si i.-t with nIlhonor:1 I : : :
.f second elective parliament of Uusia to succeed bio it would find itself facto (> Fred 1t;riaht. the English : }
h! means the elimination <>fh'tnself
e
thus making a coup dVtat of force. Inasmuch !- face with difficulties now unknownto ( rpll>rate fp jn <>'ii" ">15tis.. wli'cb "-ogressmen ; :
as the members of the douma most of the t1'I' -ti''s.' and lie HI11c'.1 i hi- professionalbiit in ;)
11=declared to ht necessary.: :
were overawed by the presence of ;a that the mrailiers from the Midi could I
The >vlou< reports r>f harmony r" illpromise If You Read
large body of soldiers in and near the not enter their own district- with safety prt I, {

palace of assemblage.! At the sum at the present moment. M. Riliot.la were* discnilited by I'oraker'stalk i It will bo to learn that th m

time this: tt'CfCCl.t the elections for the! name f.r Hunh.r., said that and his friends say that be will cal writers ajid teachers ,

the next douma. which! i is to m"s-t Nov. the dlstnrbcn'-o in the Midi might Ix- now ;>roeed to make the tgt! lis ri. iliy schools of practice t

11, and provided that they be held under come a terriMe insnrrwtion m the Iii -Irkt( and county by county. strongest terms IN edible,
morrow. The chanter sustainedCJeinewvau In :'n inter'H'Uand again In a pnblVaddress Ingredient entering into
election! law
a new so drawn as !
Golden )h'
at > commencement of the of Dr. fierce
Jt
by a vote of 412 to 1.S.
to prevent "te submergence of the
WHl ,'rforcc institution I j. for the cure of weak ,
nniversity. a
educated classes by the uneducated loiter tin leaders of) tbe strike: were > negro : catarrh; of stomrii-h. "
the "alt..r his htforrual'r
arrested. gave ;
masses. This act distinctly overrules torpid: lifer. or biliousness
dl! ion as to the Hrown'liic' af- "
:! : > atfections'J all :
the provisions of the fun-In mental Urv i
fiay in tlif light! of tin senatorial) investi.'ation whatever region name <> !
of the empire prwlainitxl by the INDUSTRIALTelegraphers' I II just endi-.l. In his opiniontbe 1110" stH-cifi-r rem ily fur
czar himself! ju Ivfore the assembling or lone statwling oases of :
of the fast dou :a, for the constitution I testimony; \If the negro soldiers hadnot 1 i lions and th.-ir; re-'< !
thus establishes dt"-lan"1 Strike Averted. fx-i'n y'Itt ken by that of the I'lt i7.I'1'; ; : throat anti lunidis! >:iM' ""> !
t of nr.'wn\'iI' nd r.t iI'lp..rt.mt item tion) ll'"on1panipd'lth
1 that the electoral:: law iiiuM never bechanced I The pending dispute lx>tweea the Is not so giKKl for acute c
1 Tl'I 'Bevy union and UK of new evidence hold been brongit! forward linsrcrinz. or .
\\ the consent of the mi emp.eyin.otaIKtnie. : i hilt for
t douma itself. The Stolypin ministry I ( ., the Westera Union anti against them. He said that mi.II"k. psjH-cially eticu-oHs in
It contains ;; :
of the hdlIwl feet cur s.
ise inspection :
Justifies: this course on the ground of Postal Telegraph, reached a crisis .,M.'n Seal rllllt. i:!on< ;
t national self! freservntior.' h..ldine thatnnder i 'when the exw'tlve coir.r..ittoe; tau t'nPet ",-hh T"?T' said' to have Teen. Mandrake;: nn.i. ;slid (ju -. : !

I union voted ti i-.ll ".., ..;t : ; .1 1: ..1 ;"' iJ I!:{' 3'; vetand h"I1 < ,! i ',1. : pra.d : I I :
present conditions the existing! t > a -t;* aa :: I.I ) i:::: 1
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either N th auies \\.i\: : w.--k; : : i 1
olectoral law would not permit the selection or e'-'t"> : v ( a ;11:1: ;. wriu-nj
!I- :: .a:
I\ of this f'\'itf> the ] i
Ut"t' against a..11 se
coj j Commissioner of Labor Neill ;
of a parliament camble; of or so. i'rof. Uartholow of/
3IR-rating harmoniously with the c"o"n.1 i came t > New York at the request of sellers. The only other f '!&tlait>ny lee; Prof Bar!' /*! the
that of the yewitmrses of tinpb Prof. Finlcvfitttagwo Although expecting dissolution i any I President Roosevelt to confer with tilet1h.l'11tnts was ;; ,
.>..thig. and nearly all of this he' n 'tt M xl. tyllcge. :
moment, the donna continued to transact i : nail persuade'!! the companies Kinz. M. ICr f ?
i
business calmly up to the lust i tt> abolish the -'.i'int'Ctle and thuttbt. hail been !:irg *ly 'Jj.rl..lit.odh" M. Sctdoer'sl.: I).. of !
the Sflm"ny of the officers ns to Edwin lr>T 5Jc. M. D., I
'The surface of affairs at SL pt> make tin? 'li) per cent inere'o> nni-
ters-I :Ied. c. ,"f' Chieatr,
the darkness f1f th- night.Rcsatnt .
"'i burg and in nearly nl! parts: of Hu I verxil. This :Ui:feJ the r.niou. and other' e' ally eminent :

i remained calm after the news of tbc.-I j the strike wa ;wf>rtt"tL Per New York City. echo d 'rar'iiyt".

j dissolution had l*"<."u received this 1 j jcourse For Better St-el Riils.lleprtvontatlves The bin providing: for a rocan\-as; of .1.,. ,i.." "'+;, "..i'e (..111"\1 t.: r .
advised in manifesto ji j the votes cast in the! X.Yur... uiavoralty j1. t"I. >
,' : l Ing a of the Carnegie; and rlJI..t Ion likes! r ,,,,. : !
Issued!' by IM members of thy I.,-ft. I ltetilieheln! Steel companies have Iwni election in 1Ia: was signal i by ",'II ',...,. ..,..".. .. ; ,
The revolutionary! : leaders were known Governor IU2-N.! with :' n<-i' '" niotv! thanny, n<:;rn-.. _[. ;
i I conference at rittsiiurg over the rl'C"'lIt .. Oifn ,
to IK holding a eonfl'rt'nleIll Socialist m.*nir>raiidnni. The c-ivcrnor s-t.l 1'i.st rk"-in-i ; publicity
j general outcry of milrad men is tlie ut-sti possible: ,
members of tLe douma In r -- he fniJnnto! list the ..rretr." s> .>f :
t against the 11ualitIIf the rails Iwincj A glance at this ( :
land and Poland showed: sims i of extreme j j fumisheil. In an Interview liaries XI.Schwal this 4-Wtl 'n .MPVJhad SiJi" :i show that "( liJl'n )11'l! 't
yholoii 'f'w' r-aidal anti that wMesireul contains no ,ixmou: <. : I
but the < [ p
unrvst. p j forner head of tin' steel trust forntindnigand l no mile. ; I ; : ; :: ;: !: ;
moment for c5T:: >rcssini the jiopalsr disapproval j said it was true that many accidentswere donut >xisT: ":1 as tt the -ci-acy of the ore, tripbvr: ..fiiHil rlye,- ; i :
of the czar' course hail not I j c 0 tll nt. He :i'Wl that it mast be taken -ad. GlycTin' i.- .. I
I due to the i"ior quality; of rails. iast: I I
arrived. Provincial governors bulllt'ell for granted that the millets had Ketipreservwl tiunable ctrl i 111.1..11'-; ; i. a :'
j lIe paid he wanted not only an open
: | until shown i.tls'rwi-s'. The in th? core of :1.11lomu'h j
the slightest ; ;
to anticipate "
ordered i hearth rail made but a nickel ;alloyed chial. throit and ion!!: !|I
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4 l' of disturbance with harsh repressive I If Imeasures or Iiarveyizcil. rail which could :.e de attorney for William! I:. Hearst the is the highest;; medical ; I Iu i I ; .
had been almost i i contesting candidate had already announceil iaconorntratM i !
j
and the I'rE''s | penned oa forever. The steel men say 'e in all such ca>es. I
completely: muzzled. The rcsponsibHity that )lr, Hearst would ask fora y"ric:!;! ; : I
I have agreed design of
thy on a new tiioiiiul nnts and is :
placed | rebuilt in election district in I.
for the dissolution was every I Im
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rail t--> l-e submitted to the committee I' A booklet of extracts
;. with the czar himself as Premier Stoj i I of the American Railway :t,, 01t. the city. The canvass will In made iical anlliorities.n.i '
stood with the minority of the under the authority and direction of clients mailed frrr on
lypiu i tk I
n. : V. fierce
Dr. ,
council a-rnn>t that course. '; the supreme" court. : ;
limits r: Monopoly on Sea and Land. ''
The new electoral law greatly ; Bankhead In Moran's Place.
; i TIle Cosmopolitan: :Shipping: company
the HANDY Y1OTH
representation j
the anti-Russian Representative John II. Rankhead ffAlaltama ;
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from twenty- of Philadelphia has filed with the interstate :
reduced
Caucasus being has been appointed by Governor ,
and Poland fromthirtyseven )I commerce commission formal A moth destroyer and c1i I
;f. five to ten members Comer to the seat In the United |1
rnItlntbt' i charges against the Iiamburg American under a--arpeti or in the f..I l: I 't
to twelve. By States SInatc"al'atl'tl by the death of 1
drives
it moths
saying that it dictates ing away .
itx;. r property qualification German land-j, !j!, terms company, routes and rates to shippers allover Senator Morgan, this to finish out the ( sheets in a packet carriage; ] l I
: in the altic provinces rainy uuexpired term until the legislature Six packets ao cents if drug
owners
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law is somewhat: I the United States on shipments! to II Mulligan Powder I
The
many meml ers. meets, July 9. This arix lntment was
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Ji4i THE ,FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 28, 1907

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THE FLORIDA STAB Sec. 2. That all laws or parts of

laws in conflict herewith are hereby To All the Women Who Suffer

i ,EateredsttbepaatomcestTitoa.illesa repealed.Sec. .

?. '$. teeou4-da mail ma er. 3. This act shall become a naisEarnestIy Commended

,Kills B. W&r r. &c\lteraad FmbU b r. law upon its passage and approvalby

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PUBLISHED EVEST FMDAY MQSKIKO Approved governor.June 3, 1907. Mrs.0eo.C.Worstell,11 River Road,Clarksburg, W.Va.,writes:

; 1e#f. It must be clearly understood that neither "I trust that no one will think from this that I want my name in public ] j1.jjW41fI

.. TIm STAB nor its editor is responsible for for any cause only to let sufferers know where they may find relief from =Q fq 'fi'r
z, opinions expressed by correspondent. To Secure ImmigrantsThe many ailments. : ;' +Y
.
y r letter from "I can truly say I hare been much benefited by the use of Feruna. I
following our con-
t1 A Note that it is the persistent advertiser feel better than I have for no years. It is the beat medicine that I know

that gets the cream of business gressman, Hon. Frank Clark, to the for pelvic troubles."I

= these days and builds up'a lucrative editor of THE STAR explans itself: have taken medicine from the doctors and found no relief; but when I: .

I began taking Peruna I could see that before 1 had finished taking the #
business, while the man who drops Gainesville, Fla., June 23, 1907. 4 '
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first bottle it was doing me good .
out of the newspaper falls by the Editor of the FLORIDA STAB. -- ----------- -

SI wayside. r_ __ _____ It occurs to me, in view of the fact Cold Developed Into Catarrh. S 'tf'aV{y Yt
that; our people universally recognizethat Mrs.! N. P.Lawler,l23f: N. Broadway,
Claude L'Engle, in a recent 'issue the crying need'of Florida at the Pittsburg, Kas.,writes:

of the Tallahassee Sun,under the cap- present time is an influx of immigrants "Peruna Last is a sovereign remedy for I
catarrh. I
spring caught a severe
.
,._ tion, "mandamus, where art thou? of the right kind, viz; intelli- fold which developed into a serious case i Syf{ .r

takes the attorney-general to task gent and industrious farmers, that of catarrh. I felt weak and sick and -
could neither eat nor sleep well.
for not prosecuting the mandamus about the best service that 1 can ren- "A friend who had been cured of ca-

case against the A. C. L. railway.The der the state is to make a speech in tarrh through the use of Peruna advisedme
.
," ..'
i! JXJWnrnrxJrnrwuJ- congress this winter on the subjectof to try it and I did so at once. I expected

first gun in the congressional "Florida," and in that speech set help, but nothing like,the wonderful ij1Pi .>> ., .:'
change for the better I observed
; 1t campaign in the Third district was forth in detail the many advantages '"
almost u soon as I started taking it.
,; i 4 fired this week at Magnolia Bluff between offered to the industrious, intelligentand "In three days I felt much better and ; .; ,.'

Congressman Lamar and J. thrifty small farmer in the different within. week I was well. 1 continued
rU ,
i taking the entire bottle and within two MISS NETTIE f.BOGARDUS
: Walter Kehoe. Jefferson D. Stephens portions of my district. To
weeks I was in fine health. Peruna J
do this effectively 1 must have the "
; of Marianna, is also announcedfor m wonderful medicine. i Miss Nettie E. Bogardus, R.F. D.
assistance of friends in the different .
Catarrh of the Bowels. -
r SlWeatfleldh'.wrltee:
in the Third.
jt congress counties in the way JJf furnishing me Mrs.Maggie Durbin, 1332: North St., "I have been a great sufferer

with data of the right kind, and I Little Rock, Ark., writes: from sick headaches, but am now
? There is a lively discussion among "1 was trouble4 for five years with a MRS.G E0.C WORSTEII
will appreciate it if you will, at the chronic disease.' I tried everything I entirely free from that trouble. I
some of the state papers as to "who earliest furnish with have not felt well in ten
day possible, me beard of, but nothing did me any good. so years
., brought Burr out." Just "who do the following. Some doctors aid my trouble was l Y' as I do now. I would recommend

it" seems to be worrying them, and I ((1)) A general description of Bre- catarrh of the bowels, and some said t Feruna and Manalin to all sufferers. -
of the bowels. One doctor
f' the Pensacola Journal says that Mur- vard county, the area of cultivatedand said consumption he could cure- me; I took his medicine i t I will say God bleu Dr.
tx Hartman and his wonderful rem-
dock Barrs, of twenty-five per cent. uncultivated land, the characterof two months, but it did me no good. ..; .r edies."
k
f. ir and anti-franchise tax fame, ex-Gov- soil, character of products, popu- "A friend of mine advised me to try > vP:
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Peruna and I did so. After I had taken ,
ernor'Jennings, Pot-Metal Metcalf, lation, etc. two bottles I found It was helping me. .. yj> Stomach Catarrh.
di? ((2)) Some special instances of suc- EO I continued its use, and it has cured ___ / *f ..
: : and even Governor Broward have all cessful farming, giving name and me sound and well. .4t Miss Julia Butler, R. R.4,Appleton
been accused of doing it. Wis.. writes:
"If anyone wants to know what
postoffice address of farmer, kind of : "For the past six years I suffered
1sir Peruna did for me If they will write :
.. crop grown, number of acres culti- tome I will answer promptly. l4 with catarrh of the stomach, causing
Before the into of
primary came lose sleep appetite,
vated, amount of stuff produced per Pains In the Side. .. .
j; ; vogue in this state it was not unusual acre, and total, amount of money Mrs. Julia Braxton, Apollo. Pa., y .1 ; :. severe pains after eatin
# "\1y sister advised me to try Peruna.
: t : for an office holder to become a realized total and writes:
cost ofjproduction and
iHt_: "I took your treatment my appetite
"Peruna has cured me of heart trouble
candidate for a higher political office net profits. I would only want one >' k: returned speedily.
and pains in the side
: and still hold onto the office he was or two instances of successful farm- "A year ago I was expected to die at filIi"l .'I gained strength and flesb and am
Jldfi in perfect health.
.I t and would like to have the factsin time, and the doctor
filling. The principle is wrong, very ing any was sometimes "I am thankful. your medieino
called at two o'clock in the MRS 0.D.ROBINS 0 N
"* wrong for primaries, as an official in regard thereto sworn to by the morning. has done me so much good."
But I am thankful to say that I do not
if I would also like
party possible.
I order to conduct a vigorous campaign not have to send for a doctor now
to have a statement showing the "Since I have used your Peruna as Jf rs.O. D. Robinson 43 St. Felix St.: Brooklyn,N. Y.,writes:
in Florida must spends
rs now minimum and maximum prices for you advised me, I am well and able to "I have taken Peruna and it did me more good than all my two years

most of his time during the campaign which farm lands can toe purchased. do all my housework."I treatment by special physicians. I can really say that I feel like another

looking after political fences and I dislike to trouble you,but regard have all the faith in the world :n person. No more swollen feet and limbs. No more bloating of the
Peruna as it cured me and I know that abdomen. No shortness of breath. No stiff and joints.
other work. Hence when an officeholder more more sore
this the best for to
as me get
way it will cure others.
You have idea what done for It has
no your treatment has me. certainly
F ., now aspires to a higher position the information sought, and believe "I cannot praise Peruna enough for
prolonged life and made a new woman of me.
in the political world it becomes you will be willing to aid in this work. what it has done for me." "
Stomach Trouble. 0, such a blessing I have received through your kindness, doctor, and .
a duty to first resign the position her My is to have a great
u .. purpose Miss Anna Carsten, Clayton, Ill., the assistance of the medicine which you so kindly prescribed. I am ableto
is already holding, for it is but rea- many thousands of copies of this writes: work since I began your treatment,but before I was not able to help

.;s : sonable to suppose that a candidate speech printed and distributed among MYo r Peruna did me so much good. [ myself; much less work for any one else. All praise is due to Dr. Hartman

> 1' i for office thesedays will give his cant the farmers in the west and north- "I am feeling so well now and have t and his treatment"
trouble "
no with tomaeh.
didacy first and best attention. west, and I firmly believe that the my

''f result will be to add very largely to

i Commissioners' Salary IncreasedThe our farming population from a most The city council of St. Petersburg

desirable class of people. has granted a franchise to Walter

> following is the wording of Thanking you in advance and with Howard Robertson. William J. Slem- Happy Colors >

I the new act passed by the legislature best wishes, I remain, mer and John G. Lewis to erect and You
know that there
are colors which signify sadness, others which
i H increasing the compensation of coun- Yours sincerely, operate a gas plant in St. Petersburg.The indicate happiness-but do you ever stop to think how often people are

'_ ty commissioners: FRANK CLARK. franchise is to extend over a per made sad or glad because of the colors?
U I You know that children and flowers thrive best in
iod of twenty iftfnfrj
e \ It raises the salary in this county We will esteem it a favor if our years. I l rrjTO % the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in your

to $150 per annum, which, allowing Brevard farmers will send us statements I i own home, then-why not let us showou how to get
it in the Malls by using
1 two days for each monthly session of what they have done and 0. A. STEWART I

and twelve days during the year for realized from their efforts in fruit p Alabastine .!

= R 4 other duties, will give about $-t.OO and truck growing supplementing FIRE

per diem compensation, aside from same with sworn statement (for thatis r : The Sanitaty Wall Coating
.
, which there is ten cents mileage, the most convincing proof that can Insurance i -"' By having your walls decorated
-=--- with Alabastine
you will make
which nets the commissioner about be offered) and we will furnish the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI a \ S them more artistic, more durable -

seven cents per mile for each mile general description and information wh more sanitary, and will
make your home a more cheer-
traveled, deducting for railroad fare a.5\ed for and. include the statements represent some of the leading ful place to live in. Let us show

. i at the rate of three cents per mile. I! sent us for Congressman Clark's use. companies of the world and any irM A d aOpQsl you how easy and economical
business entrusted to me will receive Alabastine is, and how the dif-
An act to amend section t t5 of the : Now here i3 the opportumtj Let prompt andcareful attention ferent tints and stenciled de-

general statutes of the state of Florida I the people! contribute their mite in _. Signs can be combined to pro-
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the same being relative to the duce "exactly the effect
furnishing these statements; toward you want."
of commi ior BOBBINS t
compensation county -
i securing iT.niirati"n to this state. Portfolio of AUbastlae
, ers. Prize De&Uas
& u now readfor your iiupertioo.
0- Be it enacted by the legislature of GRAHAMIncorporated
The Old World and Its WavsThii.tLr 'l---
jo the state of Florida: co., I
tit:..of anew and rofu-ely iI. i
Sec. 1. That section 775 of the ,
( Paid np Capital $25,COO (0
lustrateil b....k by ('-.1. ilium JemimBry-
general statutes of the state of Flor- This company owns landsin For Sale EAST COAST
LUMBER
au, mimntinz: Ins noted journey around the by AND SUPPLY COMPANY
ida be and the the Indian Hirer Conn-
same is hereby amended earth and through; Europe which was nowidtly -
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irv.ontheM. Lncie River, -
so as to read as follows: i heralded through! the Acctnvan IVris
at New River, and on Biscayne -
775. Compensation of county com The hook it an illustrated and descriptive Bay.:

;'1 missioners. The county commission- record current of that history journey The, which journey is so embraced memorablein a PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES Play Ball I III

ers shall be paid $1.00 per day fore
period of a year.and covered practically all Send for landlist.
each day's service and ten cents per the nations of the earth. OFFICES .
"
} mile for each mile actually traveled Col Bryan traveled with camera and pencil TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI !

1 : in going to and from the court house; and not only described in brilliant phrase
: what he saw, but further illustrated his journey A Complete Line ofBASE
provided that their per diem pay by photographs. The photographs constitute EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.

,'..r shall not exceed $400 in counties of a striking pictorial presentation and F.DUREN,Agent, SJ?.A."U"I.J: :>IN Gr'3:
25,000 population or over; or over lend especial interest to the book. They '.

$200 in counties of 15,000 populationand number 240 and they show in picture the BALL

less than 25,000 population; or world as he saw it. They constitute just that Florida and GOODS
many striking object lessons of the people of
in counties of less than 15 -
$150
j over ,
all countries in theircities towns and \villagesin = Carried by
y 000 population. Provided, further their homes and every day occupations. Western>1 .

'.: that the per diem herein provided The book will interest every reader as a I The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

shall apply to services rendered for unique presentation of a wonderful interesting ; ) Meats
journey. It is sold only through solicitors Distributors for
Florida
;i inspection of public roads or bridges
The Thompson Publishing company,
1 ; or any other service authorized and St. Louis, Mo.,are the fortunate publishers. of all Kinds, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend

i approved by the board of county They advertise for agents in another column ,

f commissioners. of this issue. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA for catalogue and samples for uniforms

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An Important Verdict Awful Tragedy in.Jasper I cover. Barton and his wife have- had r

: ;i"BANNER DRUG STORE (Gainesville Sun.) (Jasper News.) ,!domestic trouble for sometime and on f 'V

one occasion, not long ago, were sepa- e.4
We. the Jury find for the plaintiff
: i About nine o'clock Wednesday night rated for a few days but no one
'fiil: : ,;:DH:;SPELL Er. J. C. SPELL J:D. Stringfellow in the sum of $950.* : supposed
Jacper the of fearful )
was scene a trag- the tragic end.CoIicand -'
:}.: : E. C. HARDIN, Pharmacist This may not have been the exact I I
edy. Will W. Barton, an industrious
l' testament of the jury which has for
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: carpenter, shot and killed his wife, Diarrhoea ,
.
three and half been sitting on Y
days a
his oldest child, a boy about five lean Pains in the stomach, colic and diar .
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LtWe;: : 'are in much,better shape to serve customers the case of J. D. Stringfellow TS. the old, his baby about a year old, and rhoea are quickly relieved by the use of

Vaughn Seed Store and who have had Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem- f
shot his little old child in the
two-year
than last week and have gotten,more new goods since the destiny of the case in the palms of edy. For sale by THusville Pharmacy.
"' 9' mouth, the bullet coming out at the \. 1
Vr' their hands.
', :; then..Y back of the head, and it is yet alive.
This case has been dally reviewed The Daughters of the Confederacyheld

Our new soda fountain has arrived and we are now by The Sun, hence it is unnecessaryto and then killed himself Many per a called meeting Friday afternoon ..
sons heard the shots but little dreamed '

tl;';: ,, ready** to serve all the popular drinks and ice cream tioned go into as the a reminder details. It however may be men-thatit being of the enacted.fearful tragedy Thursday which morning was at The the special home object of Mrs.of the Edward meeting Badger.was ,


; daily. Only pure fruit juices used in syrups and flavorings was .a case of civil action, in whichJ passersby, observed Barton lying on to decide on the Confederate monument

D. Stringfellow well-known trucker that Is soon to be erected In this
f : :> experienced in a his face on his piazza In a large pool
} man charge. was suing the Vaughn Seed Company city by the Daughters. The monu
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of blood. On investigation his pistol
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We for the wishes of Chicago in the sum of $1,900 ment will be purchased from Mr.
are grateful good
k very many I. was observed on the floor partly
: damage alleged to have accrued from Clark of Jacksonville. ,He will be 112

and: patronage we have received and this will spur us.L the direct result of seed sold by the covered the with Sack his body. His wife down in Ocala in a few days with samples -
was on porch sprawling on
designs etc., and the Daughters ,
defendant to Mr. Stringfel-
to still greater efforts to please. company the floor dead, with a bullet hole in ,
low said seed it is alleged not prop- have appointed a committee to meet
her head and the mark of another bul-
Call and see us when you need anything in our erly propagating, resulting in serious let across her forehead and the hole with him and select a design for the

loss to the plaintiff. monument It will be a beautifulone
line. ii the floor which it cut in its passage r
This has been one of the longest and a credit to the city.-Ocala
showing that Barton had fired one
drawn-out and most tedious clvit'cases Banner.
shot at her after she fell. On the )

t parents were down in the city ever heard in Alachua county a brilliant floor of the east room of the house .,
STATE or OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO, I
of talent been
: ITEMS OF NEWS he little fellow amused himself by array having employed lay Barton's oldest child dead, a little LUCAS COCSTY. J88-
both sides witnesses '
lathe of the on and many boy five old with a bullet hole
playing on a swing rear years
FlUNK J. CHEXEY makes oath that he is
of whom Baltimore
] TI PAIR house. While swinging it is thoughthe some came from in its forehead. On the bed lay dead the senior partner of the firm of F.J.CHENEY r

; ffl FLORIDA lost his hold and falling, his throat and other points testifying.The the year old baby with a bullet hole i &Co.,doing business in the city of Toledo i
returned verdict for $950 county and state aforesaid.and that said firm
striking against a loop in the rope. the jury a in its head. In the west room on a will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for .

r What is Done Towards tne'De- wnereupon attorneys for the defense each and of catarrh that cannot be
Being sudden Jar on the nerves in the neck bed lay a little two year old boy shotin every case
immediately notice of motion fora cared by the use of H ILL'S CATAEKH CURE,
1 of the PeninsulaA paralyzed the heart and caused instant gave the mouth, the bullet coming out at FRANK J. CHENEY.
Yelopment new trial. This settles this famous Sworn to before me and subscribed in
death. the back of its head. It was alive my
.- case for the present at least. presence this 6th day of December,A.D 1886.
Georgia Society has been organized Some experimens are being made in and able to talk. In response to a
question' as- to who shot it, the poor \{ SEAL.}[ A. W. OLEASON,
: ," in Jacksonville with a large mem- raising Kaffir corn In this section of There are Few, -..".-... Notary Public.

bership. the State, by J. M. Hanley of the Miami who know how to take of little child said "papa done if Its Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,and
people care
the blood and surfaces
acts directly
wounds were dressed by Dr. O'Caln on mucous -
Bebinning August 1st rural free Transfer Co. Mr. Hanley has a thE'I l'elvthe majority do not. The of the system. Send for testimonials,free.F. .

mail delivery will be established from five acre tract northwest of the city liver is a most important organ in the and there are hopes that it may re I J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo Ohio.

body. Herbine will keep it in condition.
Chipley Washington county. which is now showing a fine growth of
1 V. C. Simpkms Alba, Texas, write: "I

The tobacco growers in uaasaen the fodder. Last Monday, several have used Herbine for chills and fever I Rochester Gas Enginest 1'JNEW

;,,' to fine specimens of the grain were I and find i it the best medicine I ever used. '
county are Just beginning harvest
{ I would not be'without it. It is as good
their crops which are said to be very brought into the city for exhibition for children as it is for grownup people, t

fine this year. the experiments are successful the and I recommend it. It is fine for la DESIGN t I 1.4

j question of feed for horses and cattle grippe." Sold by Titasville Pharmacy.
3 : Colonel T. J. Laud Brown has positively .
in Dade county will be settled and iit

:z 1 announced himself a candidatefor well settled-Miami Record. Lively Scene at Land Office. TwoCycleThreePort :

United States senator to succeed
There was a lively scene in the United 1 1If
Senator :Mallory. O. G. Richard relates a strange ex -
States land office in this city a dayor
perience. He said he recently miss-
One of the large retorts of t5e Chase (
two recently, which resembled lora
of ed four head of cattle from his bunch One to Four Cyl .
two miles north
turpentine still time a stock exchange on a minia-
and when they did not return he decided I l4
Gainesville, was burned Friday enta'l-' ture scale, so far as excitement was t 21-2 t t to lL
to go in search of them. After >J
Ing a loss of 2500. concerned.The .
searching all day without' finding the
Governor Broward has appointed occasion of this commotion was 100 H. P. .
cattle, he started home by way of the
Colonel J. S. Maxwell of Jacksonville an auction sale of right to enter a '
old Starbird mill. When he arrivedat Cut of 2 double t .
oar new design, cycle,3-port. cylinder
Judge of the criminal court of record tract of 240 acres of land on Gasparilla -
'the mill a negro told him that five Made up one to four cylinders,21 to 100 H. P. ".
- to succeed Samuel T. Shaylor remov- Island, in Charlotte Harbor, near l' }
. or six head of cattle were dead in a 5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price complete
Punta which has been but
ed. burning pit of sawdust nearby. Mr. Gorda re- with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $185 00 1! .

f ? Dr. A. I Brown of Eustis, has sent cently surveyed and opened up by the
'j
Richard to examine the
went over pit United States Government.Hon. 16 h. p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price complete (
in his resignation as a member of ihs and found the charred bones of several with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft -
$500.00'f
I Henry S. Chubb, register provo
Board of Control, and his place has
head of cattle in the bottom of the .
been filled by the appointment of Hoc i ed himself upon this occasion an apt Record of "Baby Bullet" with a Rochester S
pit which was about ten feet deep by 'J c

E. L. Wartmann, of Marion. twenty square. The bottom of the auctioneer, and succeeded in getting a Eau Gallic to Palm Beach, time 81 hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles,making j' '

good bid.There every lap with a variation of less than 30 seconds. Palm Beach to Eau Galhe,120 miles
Braidentown has voted to bond for pit was a solid mass of fire and the 8 3-4 hoars. All this running without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices.
were in the neighborhood of
$45,000 for municipal improvements. sides had burned almost perpendicularand
fifteen bidders, and the right was G- F. PADDJSON .
120,000 is to be spent for street paving, as cattle will always go to a fire >
knocked down to Hon. John P. Wall of
$15,000 for a sewer system and $10- at night, they slipped into the pit and Eau Gaul: : : Florida: t ,
Tampa, representing James M. Gif-
000 for a water works system. were consumed:Lake Butler Star. -
ford of New York. Col. Wall's bid
TITUSVILLE LIVERY STA.BLE +
An Interesting murder trial was con- Progress of Extension Work. varied from $1.25 to $2.75 per acre, according -

cluded in Gainesville Wednesday when to the nature of the soil. This Feed and Sale Stables

4 .. William Thomas, charged with the Quite a number of extension laborers does not give the bidder possession of ,J I

murder of MaxeyScofield, was acquitted are now leaving the work and 1
the land, but merely the first opportunity -

by the jury which was out only a returning home, though an equal or to file entry papers. SADDLE HORSES *;

short time. greater number of new men arrive every 1'
This land is of a diversified nature, BUGGIES \
and taken down the line
day are
The Fort Denaud correspondent of and is valued at $100 per acre.
and set to work. ,1 SURREYS
the Fort Mjers Press says that the alligator _
> The most of those leaving have been Weekly Weather Report. TURNOUTS t
: hunters are back from a trip and
.
with the company several months ando JtPITER.o'u.., June lx. 1907. /' 1' __
to the Everglades They report a very = J of all kinds
; to visit their families intending to Comparative statement of temperaturesand
successful season no one averaging rainfall for the week ending! Tuesday. ; __ Hauling Etc.
return again in the fall. Some few i __ .
under $:5OO worth of skins per week 19117 1900RATS. ----- H
and contend that they can not stand the M\X MIN MAX. :MIX. '
and some even averaging.. $5000 1
J H. OSBAN Titusville Florida
mosquitoes but this others say Is not June.. 19 Vi 1; ss | ,
$60.00 worth per week. 20 "86 fig s> 7-1 ,
true, as the mosquitoes give no 'tron- ---- - -
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< The British steamer Freida" of Liverpool ble during the day and at night all of 22, S4 71 S5 i2 OTICK FOR 1'llJLlCATION FAMES C. SPELL
2=5. .., 73 ?b
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from Norfolk to Havana coal Department of the Interior. I
the houses and quarterboats are sufficiently -
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Land Office at Gainesville, 1 la..
laden which was, a -ound on a reef screened and netted to keep il 81 70 ** 75 June 17th. 1%". I Physician and Surgeon 1

:1 T: off Miami: Tuesday ot last week was: out the pests. Total rainfall for the week 2,'W inches Notice is hereby given: that Marjnmt MMien 'Phone 17TITUSVILLE '
Departure rainfall for the week pIGS 1.16
of the heirs for the heirs oC Fred
able to back off'by her own power late The work is progressing more; rap- inches \\bitlotk one deceased. of((jurtena.Ia.. has I FLA.

_, Friday afternoon and proceed on heryoya.e. idly than ever before at all the camps 10 Departure.si inches. rainfall since Jan. 1st minus filed notice of her intention to make final'' .-- -- ---- --
of her claim. viz..
Several hundred tons of coal and bfall much of that nounder II. P 11.\RDI five Homestead year proof entry in No support 31,Oli, nude Aur.14th. |t i

were dumped overboard before thevessel's way will have been completed and Official in Charge 1 ,, -h, and that said Spend ;
bow could be sufficiently light- nrhip 9.3 S, Kange'Jh
through the lower end
{ trains running Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, proof will be made before(leek lin.llitfUlt: -- ..
I of Lower Metacumbie Key. At Lon; Greatest Blood Purifier Free at Titusville,t lan July :l4tb 11117. .i Half Hour

Last Thursday evening Capt. K. B. Key the headwa is exceeding expectations If jour blood .s impure, thin, di a."t'tJ. her She continuous names the residence following:njion witnesses and to cultivation prove. t$4-

:1'ened.Harvey observed what he thought was and a good portion of the con- hot or full of humors, if you 1m> bloo l of the said land. "iT'. Edward M \\haley, \

swimming viaduct now' while workon poison, ("career carbuncles, eatirgsuri", Jon H, S"IIlS. B 15 LaUiirhe. and R. J. La- t
far out in the bay crete is up >r
some person scrofula, eczema, itching:, n!'inraiul Kothe all (,/ourtenav, Fla
; toward this shore from the direction the Knights: Key viaduct will be bump, scabby, pimply skin, hone pains, HENRY: S. UltRB. Ktgi-ter

: of Charlotte Harbor. He continued under way within the next thirty days. catarrh, rheumatism, or any bl
to observe the object until It The health of the men still remains skin disease, take Botanic Blood Calm For Agents-An Opportunity
(B B. B) boon all ores heal, aches .t
i reached the shore, when it proved to good, and only those who are worthlesto and pains stop and the blood i is made "THE OLD WORLD

be a black hog which had evidently the company, are leaving, but the pure and rich. Iruj2i or hy express

S clear across the bay a distance new men coming in every day are $1 per large Iwttlt :Sample free by writmjr AND ITS WAYS"B BOSCH
swum looking the HENRY COM.
ewer \
'i Blood Balm Go, Atlanta, <.11It B. ,
mile and a half.-Punta Gorda more than sufficient to take their \ PANY WALL PAPER samples at your
of
a B. is especially advised for elm mo, lwp- a comfortably in
home-sitticg
own your .
'i Herald. places There are now about 2,500 men stated cases, as it cures after all else rail William Jennings Bryan 'Ii eur chair! You can lI1all..a better selection I

i'; two engaged along the route of the exte I NO'S READS FOR feOLIUTOBS that way than by ransacking th. itomYo .
of four gentlemen, -
The party it ogle _the latest f
M. very
who sion. LEGAL NOTICE >7;.; Imperial O tavo Pages <>\er .200 !Superb .
Whitneys and two Thompsons desires-Ui loveliest tints arid richest
taken Mr
in Mr. The Eureka Fish Company Incr>nN>nt week before last .
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here BryanRecounts
arrived
iMontimied business June 1st and will Everything good in wall pspcn in the
Badly Mixed Up his around the world and his
Harry Payne Whltneys private car, wind up its affairs and surrender its charter. trip Each line.
visits to all nations The greatest hook of
chartered the schooner- Abraham Brown, of\\'interton, N. Y., and. o out of business as soon as possibleMr. written The It'. economy, too TW set Ui. lowest
and travel
Wanderer remarkable he F.S. Terry of Columbia, !S. c., will ever people are waiting New York-Chicago prices.
yacht, Heron, for a fishing trip, spent had a very experience: continue the business under the name and for it. The aellt.s; harvest Outfit FREt Will call with Eteeh SampTe*'-
says "Doctors cot badly mixed up over style of Eureka Fish Company not incorporated St-ndSO cents to cover mailing and handling say boar yo. name Look
four and one half days between here said heart disease two called it them orir to your heart's con*
me; one ; with Mr Bro kett
George as manager, The Thompson Pub. Co., 81. Louis, Ho. t!nt-not.the least obligation to
and Punta Gorda, and succeeded In I kidney trouble, the fourth, blood poison, to buy fish to supply his dMnbutin houses --- buy If t oar way of advert -

seventy-eight tarpon, besides : and the fifth, stomach: and liver trouble; at Colombia and Charleston S. C but will John White & Co. t.ti \ -ch UalY. > I'ao.rs
landing
but none of them helped me, so my wife not run any boats of his own
any quantity of small fish.-Fort Seers advised tryinjr Electric Bitter, which are I All persons are hereby notified not to sell LOUISVILLE. KY. i..

Press. restoring me to perfect health. One bottle -: anything to said Eureka Fish Co.F.Terry, I..blllh..t 1317sewer. W. ELDREDThe
will be a..wt pm. .
proprietor except for cash as no bills .
wood than all the five .
did me more '
accident last Friday said Frank S. Terry.
paid by .
unusual .
An doctors prescribed. Guaranteed to rare Signed FBIXKS. TERRV FURSand x' Up-to-Datc Painter and Decorator .
of John Sanderson, T : ;
death and all stomach
4 caused the blood poison, weakness Prop. Eureka Fish Co. cr

aged 9 years son of Dr. and Mrs. E. liver and kidney complaints by Titn!!ville George Brockett, Manager. Weel Hides... 'k TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

:* M. Sanderson of Jacksonville. Whilehis Pharmacy. oOc. Titusville, FlsL,June 7th, 1907. c---. itZ

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IN FAIR FLORIDA

z ___ If yon htven't recvlir,bealtfar morement the
bowels every dal,you're ill or will be. Keep your! .
What is Being Done Towards the De- dowels open and be well. Force,in the shape of .
: violent i>hy: .le or pill poison,it dcneeroas. The
smoothest easiest,most perfect way of keeping i
: Telopment of the Peninsula tie bov.lc clear aDd clean i*to take
CANDYCATHARTIC i

a King Brothers, of Arcadia, have TypewrIters

; k tought of Clarence Steele his stockof

1,000 cattle and his 2,400 acres of
t
pasture lands. These gentlemen have -

: the largest stock of cattle in Florida

r c and besides this, they are large owners t 1 Agents for the Celebrated

G" of stock of. the First National Bank

j, .of Arcadia, or orange groves and oth EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
er valuable property. Good Never Si*:i n.Weaken or Gripe; 10.2?and
s SO cents per box. Write for free ample,and book. FAYSHOLESTypewriter
::. Capt. Jack McCann has a beautiful let on health. Address <433
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
shell, which probably has no duplicate i
KEEP YOUR BLOOD
f anywhere. It is a clam shell CLEAN

;$- which the captain has ground and polished

until exquisite colors have appeared Near to Nature's Heart.

4i the glistening surface.
on s
Last Sunday afternoon, Mr. Roy Adams
kThese colors are in stripes of white
; and Miss Marie Thaggard, and
and purple with lovely shaJings. A
)1-. H. M. Parish and Miss Mildred
p i it clam shell that will develop such teautiful -
.. ?, -:'?, ,: colorings is extremely rare. Capt. Adams, left Jasper for an evening's 1 1,000 now used in Florida
drive to Suwannee Springs. When they A
f. McCann is a shell expert. He has a
had reached Tiger Creek, a mile out f
collection of 400 varieties gathered
from town, their teams were halted
,;: t
from all over the world. He could f7x
under the wide spreading branches o! }
EJr
:.t ; it but he -
get a small fortune for ,
;:- / an od oak tree, and Rev. C. W. Smith!:
t i. .. .-'f<-. ,;:1 will not sell it. lie refused five dol-
appearing the scene, spoke th s
._ .:" lars for the purple striped clam: shell on 1 1i
words which made Mr. Adams and
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:- described above.-Punta Gorda Her
::1:., Miss Tliasrjard twain one feh.!
:!;\. ald. 1&
After the quiet little ceremony

't '- .s. Milton had a hanging last Fri- r this cool shaded wood, and the expres- i t t Il l s

U ,< ,,:hen Nathan Woodall, a negro 2:! sIon. of greetings and best wishes from

i... lears'old, paid the death penalty for the three witnesses, the bride and

f o' Laving murdered Walter NoVin;: a groom proceeded on their way: to tag

ri '.1-' young white man, last January, the Springs and Rer. Smith and Mr. P-

-a, ) <- s Y crime being committed in Santa Rota irk and Miss Adams, returned to towntc
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Y county. The hanging occurred at tell the news.

11:40 clock, and the negro's neck Miss Thaggari is one of Jasper's

.." n-as broken. He died almost instant most beautiful and highly accomplished Seeohd-Hand
Typewriters
S 'z r is: ly. The largest crowd ever togetherat young ladies. Mr. Adams, a son

.Milton, witnessed the ranging. of Hon. and Mrs. Frank Adams, is

Woodall spoke for an hour advisingthe a successful young business man and i'
; ALL
people of his race to lead better the efficient head of The Hamilton MAKES, ALL PRICESTerms

lives. He admitted his guilt but Trading Company, and their friends

t. Claimed that the act was' justifiable who are many, will join the News in to Suit -

; in the eyes of God and that he wouldgo wishing for them a long and useful

to heaven. He showed no weakness life, with much happiness and peaceof TypewriterRepairing a Specialty
or' fright during his tali of an mind.

S hour and when he concluded assisted
.
;f..=' the sheriff in adjusting the noose and A Dangerous Deadlockthat
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black cap.Peaches. sometime terminates fatally is the
liver and boel function
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!toppaseof RJrBBON"S'v
; have been moving heavilyr
r", ,. To quickly end this condition without
from all sections of the county for li-areeable; sensations, Dr. King's New

S the past two weeks, and tne Cummer Life Pills should always be your renic.ly. c guarantee our Ribbons to be Non-Filling and
r orchard, Komoko, which is the second C..inarantt't'llah'Olntt'h' satisfactory in every
case or money back at Titn viIIe Pharmacy. -
.
\ largest in this section of the Slate, hast tic.Bankers. Durable

furnished its share. Parties arriving

2 from the Komoko section bring the information Elected Officers. 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach

t- that the peach season there The Florida Bankers' Association at ine. Any color.

;\ was short but prolific, and the fruit their meeting at the Hotel Continental
.
; :;j-. has been even and of the finest flavor, Atlantic! Beach on the Hth and l:.tli
iY and that altogether the growers have ,
i elected the following' officers for' tie
r ::t'. reaped a good financial harvest from
: ensuing: year: CARBON PAPEROur
'.' the crop. The early crop from the Presih'nt-T. T. Monroe;, Ocala.

Cummer orchard has been gathered First Vice Presiding-C. A. Carson,

;- and shipped, the last movement going K 3simm(>e. Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $4.00 per
0
forward the latter part of the pj$t ::l'Condlce President-G. W. Allen, box 100 sheets
to the box.
7j." week. The crop, it is said, aggregatedabout Key W'st.Third ,

f JI.OtH} crates, and the industryhas Vice: I'resident-J. B. Conm'DeLaiJ. Can furnish any size, any color.

afforded employment to a largo .

number of packers and pickers.- Fourth Vice I'rl'sidentF.WOO1

-S : Gainesville Sun. St. Petersburg.

)rr. "E. M. OH, Mr. T. Inaho Mr T. Fifth Vice l'resltIent-\\-. K. I'. '-'rp :

Nmoruja and )Ir. S. Nakamura, ofWjruan. *>nsacola.Secretarj. R. C. DAVIS & CO.

were in the city Monday on a and Treasurer-George HDtSaussure

4:1: business trip. In conversation wit'i Jacksonville.
the Executive Council-T. I*. Denh.i'ii .
Sun representative, Mr. Oil said

that Le Japanese colony at Wjnirinvere Jacksonville; A. l\ Perry, Jacksoi: Jacksonville Fla.

getting along very well and that vile: John Trice, Tampa; George E 1IF ,

they were all tending to the shippingof Lewis Tallahassee; I.'. W. Ho.vt. lrnandiua. -

their pineapples at present Hesaidjthat i .

they had received a teregrm rteprescutative to annual convent:""' _

i+ for., V:'. J. Sk.i .-lat" l at Seat:.'. o* the Amrrleln UDkers'f"i:\':,'..
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I Way" :a:-.'fiJI. ..lu." 7. btatin-j that hand '. a'; Atlantic ""5 >--George R. DeSi: 'i>-

his wife had arrived safely from s'sre. lterlJ4John: T. DisnjuK.sSt. :

Japan, and that with three new immigrants Augustine

;. they expected to arrive in

Jacksonville Juno 14" or 1;;. Mr. Sa!.u Baseball Players and I
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Foot Racers!
and hi- nt'w wife will be gladly welcome .
Louis J. Krujrtr: ex: ,<'hampun ''out:tli1-! .
1 !home l>j his eountrymein \V>"- taut? fot>t rarer 4.f 4,ermanv and Holland, OF SEA
man. It is expected, that through tup wrtee, 0, .i.tttili, I : "! : 1.! fJr .,ft : QUEEN ROIITE

efforts of Mr. Sakai while in Japan "During lilY training eight week*' ( ,, 'I' iI ri)1.,: .."
that quite number of his foot races at :Mil KikeC'itr.: in April! !a-t. G. :r\ tJs2Jelfk: j''t3, ',& -"
a people w'llbe
I UH-d 1 P.Olard'JMIOW. :; Liniment ) ... ,,. Pti, :: !
._ added to this thrifty colony, at an !sati-faction: mjsreat .'.>> ''>:: .. /rza .)...,
1 ,arly date.-Tropical Sun. Tb..refore, I highly: recormnen.1) tins 5"/-: "' "" .'" ...-
i .I Liniment to all vxlio are tronMedtith' J' ... :' IndigestionWith sprains!. brutes rl nunatiMii" i'V: ., ? .
!: tic. aml :-100.:0101: t,.,. Titn-nlV Plurrracv. n-:! .",--w --
4 r its companion, heart burls! llat- : 4 ..: : \ t-.... t- .- f .'A .A BETWEEN-- -
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nlence I torpidity the liver ('on-tipl- -- i-' ": ;N: .; .,. tA. ,'J..J. _R t t !I'J:.\_to'_4. .
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thin palpitation of the heart, poor blood For Over Sixty Years ., ... ,
J headache and other nervous jmptoni, ': _l_: SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
allow ,skin, foul tongue, offen-ive hrpathall.t :Mrs! Winslowa' >rnlthimg: :>'\nip ha: ,---, J".! ;;.0 ,--... ,
been n!'e+l for over sixtvears by nnl'ion!
a I legion of other ailment, is at once
-L the most widespread and destructive of mothers for their chiMrt-n while teeth A f.-v d"sh f f this r"iu <:lv will in- Direct
-- Connections for
malady themenean m-j, with |vrfttt sucivs. It soothes the rinibh inrt-an I.roiuan- attack t-f -
among people
: child), soften tlie gun". allays' ail dial-ii I'ea,
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The Ilerbine treatment will (lire all thee pain
troubles. ;j(0.. l hott'e.IJ bv Ked: Cross cores wind colic, and 18 the best remedy It cart a1\.ay, le .1..t..I..1: np n. Washington New\ York and Boston.
Pharmacy.sf for diarrhoea. It will relieve the Ir.or t'nlI: 1,1 tl:" more :severe aft ad." of ,
r littlesuffererimmeliately. Sold h\ drujdKts era?;> 1'"ii-; n r.l lhole.ra in'.rl>r...
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in every part of the"world. Twentyfive It fs t"i1:11Iytil'r-.ful for summer I

cent a bottle. TIt sore and lk for irrlup.i and cliolf infantnm in Throll h tickets on xalr at i>rinnj l'all'flillt.l.NlIJmnclatioll ....
CASTOR Irs. Window's: Siothinjrvrup," and rial '..rn. and fs thin-:msf saving
take no other km.t. (maranftH-d under the livrjf iiianv ihJMrm each j'earWhin .\ and cuMne
z, c For Infants and Children the food and drnss act, June ;OOtli, I't! )(}. re ln e Serial number 10y*>. sweetened it n pleasant] to takt I SEND FOR BOOKLET.
The Kind You Have Always Bought Every man of a family -110:1101 keep
c1L> this! remedy in his, homy. Buy it now. I
i .l Bears the d // *tie 33TORIIL.ear The Kind Yoa Have Alaal3.BILttof PRICE, 2"(;. L.RGE'IZE! ;jJC. I H. C.rtnr: Com'I .\ -rllt, Jack>oinille.J. .

Signature ture & & -# t J. C. WHITNEY, 2d Y. P. & T.M., V. P. TURNER, P. T.M.*

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: \ FLORIDA 'MISUNDERSTOOD. An Interesting Suit. .


".4"''' 'X;?: ";";" (Clay County Times.) (Tampa Tribune.) I COMMERCIALRock I

f t;'-.>' ".. .No state In the Union Is so thoroughly C. C. "Whitaker and F. M. Simon- ..tmw
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: misunderstood by those who ton representing the Evening. News Island Keeps Alton. I it t

.J, ; should be thoroughly familiar with it Publishing: Co., have filed in circuit Unresisted by Harriman, the Rock

than Florida. Island company has declared Its purpose ,
court
a suit for injunction to restrain

!j .' The northern people who swarm to Tax Collector McFall from furnishingthe of running the Alton system with- RIA
out the help of the Union Pacific the mmB'CASTO
"', ,Florida every winter seem to know little county delinquent tax sale list to joint control being canceled after a ,

*-r or nothing about the State in a gen the Tampa Times for publication as trial period of two years. This actions I ( ) ,

# : eral way. They see but little of it at ordered by the county commissioners.The understood to be die in some measure .
For Infants and
.... ...... .. .., Children.
7 a season'when there is little opportun- commissioners, it will be remembered to the Investigation! of the Interstate "

T .:" ity to form anything like a true esti- after making a contractwith commerce commission.New .

I'. mate of :its possibilities and advan the News to do the county print York Life's New Head. C-src I The Kind You Have

: 'I tr ges. ing, and after waiting several months The trustees of the New York Life 1

They regard the State as a most delightful awarded the tax list to the Times. At Insurance company at their annnil jt "
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4' -- --- ------ --- 0, .. .. .. '., Always Bought 1
_ resort In winter, a welcome es- the recent meeting, the commissioners meeting elected Darwin P. Kingsleyto ., 1
Alexander
succeed JwegetablePreparationfor
cape from the snow and ice, and bitter, sought the advice of the countv attor-
E. Orr HieToodandRegula- '
similating
kb.. biting winds of the Northern Stages ney, who advised that the board had ..$
as president. ting the Stomachs andBowels of Bears the 't
but they, actually know nothing of the the right to break its contract and Kinffl3y: who > ..4

t $ great possibilities here. take the action stated. The News i I Is n soa-in-law I w f !

p.j From the nearness of Florida to they Publishing Co., desires to test the of the late John _a_ Signature .t II + 1

tJ equator they conclude that in the sum- right of this board and, .incidentally, f .\. McCalL has Promotes KgeslionCheerful- }i', I
Lc'en I in the -
service
mer it is a veritable bake-oven heat- of other boards of the State, to rescind and Rest.Contains neither i '
of the com- ness It 1
.ed to the red hot by the equatorial: sun, such awards of printing after the papers p pany for many Optum,Morphine nor Mineral. of :H i .

and that those who stay in the State concerned have made, prepara- years. In his NOT NARCOTIC. i t

during the months of summer emerge tions and other arrangements continent address of acceptance .. ,'

from that season toasted, fried baked, upon the publication.In ;ht/ lie took :.;., i
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scorched and parched In all the styles a former case involving a tax list, the ground that Jitc

and ways known to the culinary art. the Tribune Publishing Co., contested c'17; rcccntinsarancclegfslatiom jTlanpfat Sal- 1

That they endure this agony and torture the actidn of a former board in re- is B-/ul4 SJb. I. 4B
; ?v=..c'.5;. t"conomicnIlyunoonnt n a s.. I
for no better reason than that scinding an award to it and makIngIt Under .
V SJ.' : i ijirvtsad
I they cannot get away during the warm to another paper; but, in the case, J these laws, h,? .

'" months.As an entirely different question was involved Darwin P. Kingsley. said: it would (It In/iM/ /lnrr.. U..<) {

a matter of fact thousands upon in that the outgoing board, be impossible to I .

thousands of our people spend the awarded the printing to the Tribune, ncrea.-e greatly the company's con Apcrfect Remedy forConslipa-
tracts. 1"11iwas in effect declaringthat tion.Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea .
long summers here, between the At- and the incoming board, as soon as It
the activities of all the great Insurance Worms,.Convulsions.Feverishness -
lantic and Gulf because they prefer got control of affairs, awarded it to companies must diminish. andLOSS OF SLEEE F 0 r Over

the climate to the sultry heat of the the Times. In that case there was '
200 Per Cent: Express: Melon.!
more Northern States. no formal contract as in the present TacSimile Signature oft
'> President Weir of the Adams Express -
It is a fact that the weather reports instance, stipulating a specified time company issued a circular notice &&& & Thirty Years I-

will prove, that Florida is cooler in nor were the two acts those of one and to shareholders that the directors had NEW "YORK. I

summer;; than any other State in the the same board, as at present. decided to distribute the surplus which x !

Union. It is true the sun beams down The case will be watched with interest amounted to'$24.onofiflo.: in1 per cent )

r; with.magnificent splendor alike on the by the newspaper fraternity bonds. This would make a dividend of2tst I t '

Just and unjust, it give us no more throughout the State.A O per cent For each share: of the CASTORIA
stock $_OO In bonds will be paid to tIle
quarter than it does the visitor who
EXACT Cow OF'WRAPPEa.
.f\ holders in denominations of &00. and
chances to be here during the Real Wonderland
season, ..,,
;, $1.(00 or In scrip for fractional Iff! 'hoC CCNT.....co. .....,. "cw t0Ra CrTY.
but there is scarcely an hour in the South Dakota, with its rich silver mines amounts. Tills: I* the third distribution --

: day when there is not a delightful bonanza farms, wide ranges and strange; recently allowed by the large express t

t: breeze stirring, and that is why we natural formations, is a veritable wonder 1 companies, Wells Fargo and the 4
land. At Mound City, in the home of
American cutting melons! under pressure -
live here
in
summer and enjoy the
Mrs. E. I). Clapp, a wonderful case of
climate that nature in its wisdom has healing has lately occurred. Her son from minority holders, but this

dividend comes unsolicited. -- -- -- -- ----- -
created for us. !seemed near death with lung and throat nj

tronble. "Exhaust hot cough pell"oc-! Western Oil Combine.
The day is coming, and it is not far "
curred every five minutes, writes Mrs. '
VICTOR
distant, either when the the The Incorporation of the Rarnsdall! lI
people of Clapp "When I began giving Dr. King's
United States are going to awake to a New Discovery! the great medicine, that Oil company in DE.'laware"itIl $lOflC- 4
saved his life and 000 capital Is understood to be the beginning
cured him.
to realization of the fact that all the year completely Talking Machines Supplies and
t "Guaranteed for coughs and colds, throat of a big syndicate of western ,

around Florida has the ideal climate and lung troubles, by Titueville Phar oil producers and gas companies to Records sold the

i of the whole United States. They are macy. 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. fiht: the Standard. It will ire headed by ,

going to seek and find here comfort in hy Theodore N. Rirnsdall.: president of .

f summer as they have found it here inn Brooksville in the Swim. ho Pittslmrg Union Gas! company who -INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE # {3

has largo interests In Kansas.MISCELLANEOUS: .thtilLr
winter, and our State will be as muchof (Times-Union.) "
lafter
take TITUSYILLE
a summer resort as it is now a win- FLORIDA
Saturday was gala day in Brooks-
ter resort. I[ ,
yule that time being set apart for
But that Is not all. Settlers learning .. .
e
the reception of the officials of the 1

of the possibilities here, are going Tampa Northern railroad and their invited Mark Twin: Guest of King. _

: to come in droves, bringing into cultivation guests from the city of Tampa.At :Mark Twnin.: the noted American humorist

the lands now going to waste, has U-on the guest of Kiu? Edward
if 11:30 a. m. a special train over the Florida East Coast RailwayLocal
and that should be under cultivation. ami the re'-'pieut of many honors
new road arrived in Brooksville. bringing ;:
!; They are going to learn that our incomparable dnri.iir his visit to England, whore he: In Effect
about sixty prominent citizens of went to receive fnmi Oxford an honorary Time Card No. 70. April 9,1907.
it climate makes it
possible the Gulf City They were me at the degree.Minnesota's. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.O .
t' to till th.e soil all the
year around ands t tNo'
depot ba delegation of the businessmen '
take from Launch Recovered. 3.: 'So. 2OlSTATIONS (No. 7R NO.RS
plot of two
one ground or
of Brooksville. headed by the Admiral Emory ranking officer fit 00 'uaiJ.I I4aily I (di Y i DailY 1 >
three in ,
: single
crops a year.
Woodmen band, who furnished mule Hampton: Hands, has received the re- 00 CT 61} 9 :. L\.Jat"k-..nnHt.Ar! 7 2 oi-1II K 5eeiN .....J
r. Florida needs more settlers and if for the occasion. After the arrivalof .... 6 WM a 2':v,, .. ..._. Mtutl1 Jllt.k'II"i1e.J. 71pvi! f4I'JI.. r''oJ
port of the naval board of investigation : 'ion 11)ItJ_", ...__....-1. .\u u Ule..._...._ 6 lol'tl, 74QA., (:)
l the State were better understood itI the TampaStes they were placed is cnnceniing the lo:s of tbe battleship :- .... t::: ; r,:;M 1l1+.. .. ...--....... I1a.inn_._. ..... I b r.Pli 6 4 :1/: rn
: ......... : _....._. 5 i's 6 Zug
: would have them, but people from other comfortable vehicles and driven to iinnf ootwith several midshipmen _g l OI, 11_rv \ ::: "':!... \. 0 >
a. S ;,.'al 1 Wr__..__ r..l .ka--.L\"I -I 44:Fit, 6 f'O MI .
I states are learning this now and not the principal places about the town. and seamen. It :tp'arthat th> c I _74'v ll1":vi.v.......... ....I.autka_....._Ar.2--1=' 6:',tev t Z
many years will hurry by before thousands I launch, wli'ch has been raised was \I _':,r 3.l...__ l\n \T.teo.I."!s ear 510ty: t ., '
The visitors were then taken to the "" .. ,
aaet 7:11': .'" I .. 8n .Ar : "
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overturned liy a steel hawser with 0'4 :::::::::::. Ileo..=:::::::=: Y0P'4.l4'A' I-j
;; will come to enjoy with us what barbecue grounds, which in the future 9.1 IY r..V __.L'unnetts......_._...Lv 1 2sv 5 ;'::2A'I'
p nature has supplied in such lavish which a tnctxiat was towing n bar "i ... 91 +t'' L" .In v ,....__......_ ;:ioont__._ 4 151-s 5 25ev '"'
will be the depot and railroad yaids The oilii-er.s of the till were in i.cnoirncc ..... 9 I 1';:>11' 1 t'" .........mwu.t_.. ..-_ 3 snv: 4 stvtf
4 quantities here. but what bags and Northern. arriv "... I 1) \fiN, 13'.wI' __ H1I.tl&__ 34btr' Iitsr _
of the Tampa Upon of tin disaster: which occurred ..
cS 1(1 iv'; 1t-t _-Pnrt'.nngs.: ._._ 3.vs'v1: 4 :g A" ....,
t bags of gold cannot buy elsewhere ir.g at the grounds the visitors alighted : during; ; the ni.zht ...::.. ;_. 1'a+t'''_: Oes \r..._...=\: ..R :-myms.I.v. 315V 4ev QJIll
perfect climatic conditions. W IOI"I 21x M: .__I..1kt' U..lt'll ___.._; II ,;:.;5.ot ; .
from their carriages: and were soorimingling Justice Brewer at Seventy. c= r 1. :::'.11'' 4 :C.r, .. j.- Oranlote city ....-...-I L\"I' 11 ccv; r. IJ-III Cl
Mark our prediction! Within the ; with the largo: number! of Associate, Justice avid J. Brewer flf W 10"4 H 4-v _I ;(;): ': S.r'snse.City_Juliet..2_ .!:,50'ti GI_ 'Air t
next ten fifteen Florida's:: M ; 1'- 2 I W'I' l.r___:'eW' m'ma.r "I'eV 4 lia 0
J or years present representative citizens of Brcoksvill; the supreir.e court f.'I..hrHt-'t1 J his seventieth o II 1st: : 2 :;;"", ., ___._eat full_._. 1a 2 i-v1 3 -lOt' 0 n tr1

population multiplied by five will and Hernando county who were eagerto birthday Juno 2> with a famly It : .;M: 3 I..." .\r-===.:.!.t..i Ie__.._.: Lv .1..:........ .2.UWI e-l +1
rn I 5' allf"rtI _... 11 :; 6-v: h:{
II l v rkvl -ti----- :1 v "' 1-1'
l. hardly cover its population and our extend them hearty \n>:('om' reunion at Wasbinctun. lie rereived o .... _.._ ..
'. to a = F : t It :;; !III.t.- _._ .n5rd :\r 5 Fte*' !! oral ::
State-the best and fairest of al-I In a few well chosen remarks Col. nnmon con.znttulatinns from rr .. I ,, :. :;; -a :..vLv.. _.___Tinucille-----.Ar.4 ao.r= ., t ?
; all farts of thc country. He lu'eomc's I' i" 3o.e' __..._toeoa..Lv. 11. 2ety """"
will blossom as a rose and hum with U I .. t
; George C. Martin Introue.J13)01' G. I: ::'ai 3 Sus; IOCUrolPe__ 1 tau a1ey 0
t-IiziMt'! for retirement. hut h:1Iln
t'.v : I'wa: ';db IZ'4 1
4et
: industry.All 1 n" 4 asst ri'U
busy
V. Ramsey: who delivered :Uo addie.-- intention ?t leaving the vnch. tt 1 n", -I a1e _._f'lhc'lIme_._ I 12 :t2v1 1 e'V. (rr <
F that is necessary is to make the welcome. Mayor Rain.-ey followed : I v 3 t15 "---"ebucL .n._: I It 4:t5I 12.tt _
0: us: :
John D. ArrEst-ct !. l. ._ -, ." Ii :.!vi --.:. to .u Ie..-..-._ 19 "'..:11 12: v v !
people understand what we have to offer by Hon.V.. A. Fulton whosjwkf :: :v 6 IT '__Fort l'trr.e_ htrwve 11 ." Z
.\ l h-t th' li..-ad of the oil tru-t his O a ::1":'" G a w .. ..__Tthtst__" I 18 I cv': 11 :.tiMl Z
: and they will come. in i ehaf of the n>w rail--)?,I. .' _...__. ,i
: .. .. with tie (J a v 6 !- E'len- : 1" Iar 111; y 'I."
iito i5il :
iita 't :
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Every Man His Own Doctor RepousuVere made byV.. R. FUEl !atis th- shijK of n Tarrytown- H :
The average nun cannot atlord to employ president of the Tampa Board of staid,> alto objected to the ='i ec .. .., .... ... _. '. ". a
4 7 4'JFa Wee Juj.t. t # I'I.. II p't
a ph\>idan for everyliuht ailment TraJ and T. J. I.. Brown president the Inekefodler I1tomo'iI. The eo nstablo ; i +- 5 I"t: : Psim.Ecac!i ;._..__ .... I n.. l;.u <;.. ...."r.' .. '1tl'i
or injury that may occur in his family, State Fair Association.Mr. o!,li2ngr! accompani" Mr. CJ 0
.\' nor can he afford to neglect; them as M> of the Florida I!- t.'k >fI"U'r t his honi.. where str- 4-, 8 -f'e ; __ i t l
slight an injury as the s-cratdi of a pin Fuller urged that the businessmen ) ( <) -MM _
made l loi in fJL ;; : 3
-.i.vits 2 ;
r'.ps: were >y te1PT> < Ip.
lias been known to cause the loss of a of Brooksville should: hate a .,r wa :, l :, .....
.' limb. Hence man must fnnn necessity i. luv tae flmtiffeur! appear mol th- ', : ..-,..? .... '. 6 !.., ,
' every board of trade calling attention to the fine t'4.: M) .._..}t .. T.v r : Ot1
br his own doctor! for this class of p ito v. ____ I.\*_.___.Stunt......... ..... \r _..._ ... .
!} ailment:: Success often depends nn great advantage derived from such anorganization. B Wreck on Lake Shore. __ T i.r __..._. \rf..= torn.a'11_: :. ... _____
treatment which can only Itt ; Mr. Brown's remarks! _
prompt fair tendey.r.
: drraib'dr : t'=et..t
Th> Lake Sboire limited was
j had when suitable medicines are kept at confined to the interests of the ---- -
Chamberlain's Kemedies have were an open wltch at Polumlinwhile n. :, ...1' n.t- .. -'''.
; hand. Florida State fair. At this juncturethe ; .t 5 :.l.U" So.l. So.15 i T,. ..o.'s >o. '.o... "
! been in the market for many years and running at fifty Mites an hour. tho engine .I.. Dnllynly "j..s: DaSy Daily I 'It FORT BI.LN CIt !'*-:*: 1r..i' J- '..- iMllvU \ ::.: '
\ enjoy a eood reputation. committee on ways and means informed nn I every eoah ti.?5n-r overturn- ."/ '"rrn;: !ieun. Olil>

; Chaml+erlain's Colic, Cholera an.lliar- the large crowd that dinner Th' firt'IDI1"a the only one fatally .i:;{'f1It.i'9- :') iiWI.I.u'; ...h'.m..Ar1! "11'0- -: -", ',T Jv

. rhoea Kemedy for liowel complaints.Chamberlain' was ready and soon all were enjoyingthe ; injnrod. out of the many wh wore :J "Servo; ::"s': list i put It tl'av l.v..ra Js k''Hn\"iUe.Ar6 52--v'I: {:..Y ::':-N :o Pt 9 L':Mn
Cough Kemedy: for 3tavjrJ'e Y t0 _"Lv.1''b.Veah.; .. 1' A D' x 8 i'Pw
: hurt. i. -"V.-T-I'l-: f; ., ...__ l.m"hi I7A:67-! ::7 .; .- .' t
bounteous feast, for which the citizens r.-p-TS I s t: t' : i i:r41 8 : *.
-1 com'hs, coM, croup and whooping iongh.Chamberlain's8 : ----- 1 rps7_ r-.I; !.-- :_'* w_1t'--.tr.._ ::'.' ..... R ..M.fT..I.::... :;> >...'i! -v_ _:_' ':1_i"...v.-i :;_0> $2's.4
t: Pain Halm (an antiseptic l of this county are noted. After -

liniment) for cuts, bruises, burns::, dinner the visitors were driven to several Ancient Romeis FE:;SSTLAR AiD GCCIL! 'MJ'X' JiBMSlUF; CONNKIItrSS: AT MIAMI.

sprains, swellings, lame back and rheu- row merely a meIl'ory..f the pat.
of the places of interest in 3:1(11
.1 matic pains.Chamberlain's. Hallard" :Snow Liniment i itbe' family Close Ccr.r.c lo" Mad! at '!umi with Stsanshlps! of the P. & 0. S. S. COJ.p1nr
tomach and Liver Tab- sear the town. At 4 o'clock the special liniment of the twentieth centnry. A

lets for constipation, biliousness and stomach left Brooksville. carrying the jollypartyy positive cure for rhenmati. burn*, alts. KEYVEST AND HAVANA.Trains .

trot1h t':". of Tampaites to their respective sprains, neuralgia, etc.. Mr. C. II. }:'m-
Chamberlain's Salve for diseases! of the : ,'on. :otanberr10.., writes: "I have Discharge Passengers at Ship's Sid No Transfers.
homes, one and all expressing themselves r.'t'11 i Snow Liniment for rheumatism

kin.One bottle of each of these five preparations : as having spent a most enjoyable and all pain. I ': 't'av enoairh in its Tt:r-e T'. -:.>. !&' '.,.., show th-tineat Mrh,, trair.- .T'f,. ..rc. {<". :c'l' to arrive at ac fthe -d.I..n., tLuir! a;;1.11.1 r---s---, .' .:: ''1NI is not r'aranleed
costs but 1.23. For sale by Ti- day in the Hill City of Florida. prasse. Sold l b} Titusviile Pharmacy. rsthls:' urnl any to beheld: resyonstblefnra'u'y'cceesa7Lsjngtsrefroeo..

tusville Pharmacy. in BrooKsville!>
.mong the guests : O.A. S T O :H.T.A..
ORI.A. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
Cg : a terday were A. C. Croom and W. M. Have lwwals Bc HBigsatua
Have A!*'" *aL S."b ; v
Swathe : Holloway, two well known Slate offi ; ctl "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

Sigutue of d;;;; G.s I cf .,{ J. D. RAHNER: Asst. den'1 Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA



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E !< _THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1907- ,

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;;.t! ,-.Jj.J'&ullt.& LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty :Mrs. Chris Browne leaves for Day- I!JAMES PBITCHABD.President. WINSTON 8. BRANNING.Viee.Preaident and Cuhier. I

_:' 4.A,, ., yean done,nice experience and cheap; all also kind ladies'and of repairing men's. tona beach this week, where she will

i <'f'-; ,... shoes made, to order. visit her sister, Mrs. Cass Allen, on My Hair Indian River State BankC01TN't'Y

<>;' her way home to Chicago.

;) LATEST COUNTY Baby Provost has been quite ill

two or three days of this week. Ran : DEFOsrt'OnY 1
AwayDon't
i I't :; MS NOTES Misses'Rose Carter and Mary Witt- Authorized Capital, 100,000; Paid-up Capital, $25,000; Average Deposits, 1200,000 ,

feld and Mrs. F. W. Munson and son TRANSACTS A j

v'= Y 'ifttls Happenings That Help to Make Guy have all been having dental have a falling out with

-. the work done at Cocoa and Rockledge your hair. It might leave you! GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Weelly Heispaper
} Up
( during the past two weeks. Then what? That would mean

.::: r-. COCOA We are having some fine showers thin, scraggly, uneven, rough LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER

'i:- ) Miss Cora Davis, of West Palm and skeets are not quite so thick as hair. Keep your hair at home! Exchange, bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.
they have been. Fasten it scalp! Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistentwith
f Beach, is visiting her parents in this tightly to your
... J i Mr. Vesey Hall is at work on a conservative banking grantedCORRESPONDENTS
dplace.. Miss Davis expects to start You can easily do with Ayer's
: '.". Cal. .small launch for E. B. Linderberry.It Hair It is somethingmore :
Los Vigor.
i; next month for Angeles, ,on
will be a great convenience to Mr. Empire Trust Company, 42, Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National Bankof
: 4 : visit to her sister. than hair dress-
: .', a a simple Jacksonville Jacksonville Florida
L. in his trips to and from the officeas ,
':' .iP: ; __. ..' Theo. Travis and several friends ing. It is a hair medicine, a
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:\\I<. well as providing a way to go to TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.E.
''f' r made the trip to Titusville on Sun- hair tonic, a hair food. f
Cocoa any day in the week. Just
.. day in their automobile. The best kind of a testimonial-
now we have only three boats a week "Sold for over sixty Tears."

: .r Mr. C. R. Tartar, of City Point, and it is some times quite impossibleto Xade i br J.C.Ayer Co.,Lower MaN..Alao L. BRADY & BRO.,
r ; : left on Saturday for a visit to his old business altogether for niHic&cturer of
arrange

4i T--,.. home the exposition in Virginia.while He away.will take in boat days. ijers3allie I, C5EJ2T SlKSAPARILU.PILLS.. PEaOBAL.. Groceries, Hay; Grain and all Food Products.We .

> Mr. and Mrs. Thorn and !
left here baby expect _-: : handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
Several beach parties onE to leave this week for their homein in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB
j'. Saturday for Oceanus.v Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station. E.L.BEADY BRO..TITUsVILLE,FLA. .
Clyde, N. Y. We hope they will river. Alex Near has the con- \

f- ..J' Mrs. H. Taylor is visiting her son, return next winter. tract and the necessary machinery is
; :'- Mr. John W.Taylor. Her daughter, S. J. 3XTCXRTOIW 1
c: Mr. and Mrs. Pinner, who have now on the ground.The ,
r' Miss Flossie, was married to Mr.
Lawrence Richards, of Braidentown, been camping in the Lyman cottagefor freighter Jumbo, owned by and Groceries 118" Pia; t7e oeiali Kings
sometime, left last Saturday for the E. C. Turpentine Co. of Eau Gal- Staple Fancy ; i
on the 19th of June.
their home in Marion where
county, lie, is kept busy hauling stores for
Mr. E. C. Johnson gave his wife a they will spend the summer. They the company and lumber for our sev- VEGETABLES SPECIALTY J

handsome rubber tired buggy this expect to return to Georgiana in Oc- eral contractors.C. 'tusV"1.lle.. I I Florida ,

week. tober. 1r
\ G. Redstone&Son have the con- .
Mrs. Tom Sanders, of Indianola, is =Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr==',-rr-r Jr=rr-r-r-rrrr ::
.' Mrs.Wickoff of Miami arrived in
; tract; for a fleet of rowboats for the
j visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. C. town last Saturday and will visit for Thousand[ Island club on the Banana TITUSVILLE BOAT CO. |

I Johnson. sometime with her brother, Mr. river.
The Cocoa ice factory now run- 0. N.
; ning. This factory has a capacity of Page. Tonight Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers J

six tons and is doing a very satisfactory Here's Good Advice If yon would enjoy tomorrow take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Marine: R.ai1vvayLaunches
business. O. S. Woolever, one of the best known tonight. They produce an agreeable laxative -
ball merchants of LeRaysville, N. Y., says: effect Hear the head and cleanse the
,E. The Titusville and Cocoa teams carefully stored for the summer months
"If you are ever troubled with piles apply stomach. Price:25 cents. Samples freeat
4 played a game on the Cocoa diamond Bncklf>n's Arnica Salve. It cured me Titusville
Pharmacy. r=Jr=Jr=r J r-rrrr =rrr-rrrr-r J==r=J=r=Jr=r=Jr:=:J
a
-' Thursday of last week. The game of them for good 20 years ago. Cures
wound, burn abrasion. Z> .
every sore or c.
k was in favor of the Cocoa boys. The at Titusville Pharmacy. OAK HILL

dance at night was a success and the Mr. C. L. Mosbey was away last Jas. Pritchard & Son

1 hall was comfortably filled, Prof. TROPICMr. week for a vacation and Wilfred Titusville, Fla.

Schuyler, of Indianola, furnishing Lane, of Miami, was calling Hatch was clerk for Mr. Howes dur- Agents I

f{, .* the music. on the growers Monday, soliciting ing his absence. fit
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Packard and orders for bean seed. Miss Cornelia Magruder, who has Original T & Reversible

baby, Mr. and Mrs. Hart and Mr. Mrs. Ray Ketchum, of West Palm been visiting her brother, left Mon- .'
l and Mrs. Maurice Weinberg and ba- for her home in MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
; Beach, arrived Tuesday on a visit to day Rockledge.Miss _
by, who have been enjoying a two Thoroughly covered by patents
icr uncle, Mr.J. L.Casper,and fam- Amelia Kendall, of Sanford,
weeks' outing at Camp Dixon,Oceanus The Engine that Runs Without Repairs ,
is the guest of Mrs. E. S. Coutant
will be home on Friday. ily.If -
f you want to see a fine corn field and Mrs. W. L. Howes and finds the These motors 'safe and reliable and

Miss Hazel Stiling, of Daytona, is call on Mr. C. H. Casper. One stalkis ocean breezes very beneficial. call be operated are by alcohol or kerosene It

:i visiting Mrs. McLeod and Mrs. C. almost a tree,having five limbs and Miss Laura Norwood leaves Mon- with as good results as b) using gasoline

v' Hibbs. an ear on each limb. day for her home in Ocala after a

t" Lackland Singleton left on Monday Mr. T. J. Mathers left Tuesday for I month's visit with May Howes. 1

to join his sister, Miss Anne, at Santa a visit with relatives in Miami. The saw mill) for the Volusia Lum- NEW CASH GROCERY STOREA
Fe. N. M. I
School opened Monday and judging' ber Co. has arrived, but is not yet
+ Dr. J. P. Cooper has the lumberon from the bright, happy faces the'I set up and ready for business. FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
I HAY GRAIN FRESH FIWI115D VEGETABLESWe
,
the addition his
the ground for to
children are interested and deter-! Mr. E. \V. Jamison has returned
store. buy as low as possible and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
r' mined to do good work, finding schoola from a business trip and says the iron Look over our stock anil get our prices before buying.
Do Not Neglect the ChildrenAt pleasure.Mrs. rails for the tram road will) be here Corner Main and Hopkins Streets

this season of the year the first un- J. L. Casper suffered froman shortly and the mill) will) be in posi- o-. IB:. :oE3A.TEC cfc CO.,

natural looseness of a child's bowels orange thorn in a finger of the tion to fill its orders promptly. TITt":-,VILLK, FI..omD.1rr .\.
: i should have immediate attention. The
best thing that can be given is Chamber right hand near the joint, causingher The sad news of Mrs. A. A. De- .
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy to lose the use of that memberfor Grauw's death at her home in Jam- =Jr=Jr=Jr=Jr=J.=.Jr=Jrr=Jr=Jr=Jr= r r-rr rrr r r r-
followed by castor oil as diret.tt'llwith ,
t' each bottle of the remedy. For sale several days. aica, L. I., was received last week.

by Titusville Pharmacy. Mrs. John R. Carter and children She leaves many sincere friends to G. C. Matthams President T. V. Moore Secretary

I'f r' LOTUS left Tuesday for Fort Pierce, where mourn her loss. Her gracious kind- I E. P. Porcher Crutchfield & Woolfolk

they will visit Mrs. Wesley Comer, ly ways and many acts of kindness m General Agent F. O. B. and In Transit Sales Agents I
The Lotus people are glad that before returning to their home in will be missed by all who knew her.

they are having a little restfrom the Miami. Saturday night the V. I. A. club r Indian River and Lake Worth
i mosquitoes.Mrs. .
Mrs. and Miss
Ensey daughter had an ice cream social in the school

i J. N. Chalker and little son Fedora, spent Thursday in Cocoa. house for the benefit of the fund to I

; Foster, of Rockledge, spent one day Mr. Lafayette Mathers left Tues- erect a public hall. It was well at- h Growers' Ass'n
t' last week with Mrs. S. A. Osteen.
Pineapple
day for a visit to the west coast. tended and there were several feat-

Mr. and Mrs. Bisbee were in Cocoa ures of interest. The raffling of a Ihi SHIPPERS
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Saturday. EAU GALLIEMrs. quilt made by the ladies and also ofa
We are prepared to sell your pines F.O. B., in transit,market I
' Mr. and Mrs. John F. Geiger and St. Clair has taken a vacation cake, and the pleasure of fishing at 1 i or export. We are your sales agents, not speculators on your

son were shopping in Cocoa Tuesday.Mrs. and will be in Jacksonville for a cou- ten cents a "fish" were quite lucra- fruit or buyers wishing to get yourfruitascheaply as possible. ":

S. A. Osteen and three child- ple of months. tive, but a cake of soap really made I!ill This association is the growers' organization, for the {
ers' protection and interest. The grower is grow-I
ren left Tuesday for Titusville where Miss Hornig left for Chicago on more fun and brought more money the standing of its officers and agents. Shipping

'1 % they will visit for a while. Thursday of last week with her aunt, than any other one thing. Votes !ill stamps and shipping books furnished by the general agent.
Mrs. Treutler. Miss Hornig will be were cast for the one needing it the :
Mr. C. F. Walker was a business J
but it tie between two Lr
' missed by our young people.Mr. most was a
: visitor to Cocoa Tuesday. The =Jr=r=J=== =r=J..Jr=Jr=r=J r=!E.IESI :!
of gentlemen.
our prominent
Miss Jessie Miller, of Eden, treated and Mrs. Walter Booth are
in Eau Gallie receipts for the evening were $60.50
now Mr. Booth having
her Lotus friends to a crate of: and the social was voted a success. & } / 1\ (\ //I .l' 1\ /I (\ /I 1\ f\, 1\ (\ 1I '" II (\ II !\ (" /I f{ fj'lj' \ //I f{ /\ ft 1\ "fur
' pineapples last week. The fruit was resigned his position on the E. C. L. --- -- '1Irlrlllrlrlllrlrlllrlllllrllrlll'llllrlllllllr' _

.I ; delicious and enjoyed by all. extension work for a needed rest. TetterA

The new Radium system of light- lady customer of ours had suffered l
who lucky enough to
Those were
I I some of Mrs. Green's peaches ing has been installed in the Baptist with letter for two or three 't'ars. It got The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
I get ;() ball on her hands that she conM not
t know now what fine peaches can be church on Highland avenue. This is attend to her household! duties. One box
a great comfort to this growing con- Chamberlain's+Salve cured her. OMIH-
at Lotus.
I grown ( berUm's medicines give splendid: s.uM.ic- MACHINE
gregation, the building is SHOPS
now as
The truck growers here have a fine lion in this 'ommumh"-I1. M. IJodney
bright as day.'Vaterrnelons. ,\; Co., Almond, Ala. Chamlwrlam's
melons this season.GEORGIANA
of water
' crop
medicines are for sale by Titusville Phar
pineapples, peachesand

1 tomatoes are showing in our macy.-- ._- Plumbing and Metal Work

j Mr. Arthur Simms came down las' stores this week. ENNIS & FORT

Friday night from St.Augustine and Major Jordan has been about town 5252 -- pco Q BUILDERS' HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS

i! visited friends and relatives until this past week. His many friendsare Blacksmitbing and Repair Work ,

Sunday. His wife, who has been visiting pleased to see the major out

t; f ; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. B. again. .. Agricultural Implements .

f Carter, returned with him. Eau Gallie is now issuing a newsy TITUSVILLE, FLA.

M 1 Misses Ruth Allen and Cora Mun paper, the Eau Gallie Record. W. R. Wagons made and repaired. Horse Shoeing SANFORD FLORIDA
a specialty. Work from any part of Indian ,
Roesch is editor and proprietor.G. .
.f!';. son spent several days in City Point River or anywhere in the county will receive
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