The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00239
 Material Information
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: July 5, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00239
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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viii TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JULY: 5, 1907 NO. 11 i

Not for Oq sel..qes .a.1oll'e, 13qt for t\e Good: of Otl\es Also. }

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I tusville who heard of this firm
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AT KLINE'SBargains
3 PRESENT REEK Dozens of brand new models here there are, perhaps, others who do AND PERSONALS "
., for spring and summer wear-the not know that- la Every Department "

i : fresh, crisp, clean-cut styles that you JOHN R. WALKER '& CO., : i -1 ,
4L: 'Pugent lotes Pertaining to Events often see in fashion pictures,but sel- I MONDAY,JULY 8, 1907. \ '
have a well selected stock of dry Something About the People of Titus- ..
dom really find. If want lawn I don't knowas i 1
you any
Transpiring,About Town I goods, notions, millinery, clothing"ladies' Yille as Come and Go
'M We have them all; you find them hard- you will ever get a better chance '" 1 '
and men's
A cool drink at a cool place at 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 1MANDY'S.
semi-military ventless back, close-fit- advancing but fortunate ;
'MANDY'S. the I we are '. ''
i.... :ting collars and shapely shoulders.In people- to still have a lot of it on hand. '
i .j Favorite drop head sewing machines fact you'll find we have everything JOHN R. WALKER & CO. I I Prices are almost less than the man- The celebrated Plant Juice Reme- S

4 $20.00. Indian River Music that's considered good style. are especially interested in and we I ufacturer's cost. dies are for sale by C. Collins. ,: o ; t

House. '- You are cordially invited to look I respectfully request an inspection, White linon lawn, sheer quality, Mr. E. E. Knox left Monday after- .
i over these new things at your leisure; we feel thatJOHN manufacturer's price 20 cents per
for New ;
noon York
where he
Mr.T., R. Puckett, of the Cocoa take as long as you want to do it- R. WALKER & CO. yard, Monday's special 15 cents. will

and Rockledge News, was in town we're only too glad to have you com- save if will let Also another lot worth 25 cents for spend some time. j. .
with others. Our you money you 19 School Commissioner G. S. .
Wednesday afternoon. pare our goods them figure whole want cents. Singleton -
t suits are priced all the way from list. We can on sell your groceries too. Lawns in endless variety of stripes, paid THE STAR office a pleasant }
Mrs. J. Kline and little daughter you _
$8.50 to $20.00. We can fit any fig- We know that- plaids and figures, manufacturer'sprice I call Tuesday morning. ,
: Leona leave Sunday for New Y ure acid any pocketbook.See 20 cents, Monday's price 12 1-2 i l

Mr. Kline will follow next mon ork'i our new spring and summer JOHN R. WALKER & CO. :I cents: per yard. Mrs. E. B. Wager and'little son, ,

r furnishings. will use their best effort to please you Bates' chambrays in solid colors, Reginald, expect to leave tomorrow ; r

f r Mrs. Frank Baker, nee :Miss :May I WINSTON S. BRANNING JOHN R. WALKER & CO. worth 15 cents, for 12 1-2 cents per to visit relatives in Savannah. t

Froscher, is expected Monday on a I Titusville Fla. yard.

visit to her parents, :Mr. and'MrsA.Froseher. : : Titusville, Florida.Mr. The Royal Worcester corset, this is one Miss Maggie Gruber succeeded
r Department of the best makes of corsets on the Mrs.\ Krulder in dressmaking and
The Store
x s= Rockefeller Must TestifyIt The Department Department Store market, in most any shape or style I sewing with room in THE STAR build-,
Mrs. W. S. Branning and baby will you wish, the modejs are perfect, :

leave within a few days for Inman,I has been a long time since Mr. wortlj $1.50, Monday's special 99 ing.Mrs. .
Rockefeller has been called into courtas W. C. Thomas arrived Tues- _
S. C., on a month's visit to her sister LATEST NEWS I
a witness, says the Savannah Chiffon veiling, worth 35 cents, day from Terrell for a month's visit

Mrs..R."B. Haddon.VicePresident News. Hehas escaped testifying on I Monday only 25 cents per yard. with her father and mother, Dr. and

and General.:Mana- the ground that there were others: AND INCIDENTS Ladies' ready made skirts at a big Mrs. B. R. Wilson, when she goes to
who knew about the business of
J. R. Parrott of the Florida East more reduction.
ger ,
Green Cove
where Mr.
the Standard Oil than he, Spring, Thomas -
company Swiss embroidery handsome
patterns -
4 Coast railway, has returned from a notwithstanding the fact that he is ,Personal Paragraphs About People that ; 8 inches wide, likely could not is now in business. ;
K trip of two weeks to New York.
its president. be bought for less than 20 cents Indian River Camp No. 47 U. C.
Travel Here and There {
,Capt.'and :Mrs. P. Nelson and two Judge Landis of the United States \wholesale, Monday only 12 1-2 cents V. held an important meeting at the'
district court of Chicago had Mr. For smart and up-to-date dress- per yard.
children, of South Titusville, expect
court house afternoon
) Rockefeller subpoenaed the other making go to L. Mendel, rooms over Figured cross-barred dimities, Wednesday
E of the
to leave, about the middle
day for the purpose of testifying as the postoffice, Titusville, Fla. manufacturer's price 15 cents, :Mon- which was largely attended by the
month for Perth Amboy, N. J., to to the resources of the Standard.His day's special 12 1-2 cents per yard. members resident of this place, Mer-
Mrs. Simonson has receivedthe
spend the summer. attorney made every effort to just Special prices in ribbons, all colors.Ladies' ritts Island and Cocoa.,
sad of the of Mr.
get him excused, saying that while news
oxfords in black white
Mr.Conrad, of Banana river, has Ed Paterson brother of Miss Edith ,
Mr. Rockefeller was president of the and golden brown, at prices that Mr. W. S. Branning has been ap-
had the catboat formerly owned by he knew little or nothing of Paterson. Miss Paterson's Florida
company -- cannot be matched. pointed vice president of Indian River -
y Dr. Weld, purchased from :Mr. Bast, its business affairs or financial re friends extend deepest sympathy. Mail orders promptly filled on any State bank in addition to being .

nicely fitted up, improved and painted sources. The judge, however, refused Indian River State bank has just of the above goods. I
cashier. This is deserved
at Hitchcock's boat yard. to excuse him, and Mr. Rocke- declared a semi-annual dividend of 4 JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. a promotion
feller will have to be on hand and tes- per cent upon its capital stock, whichis 'Phone No.8.Titusville for Mr. Branning, who has ably t

I Dr\J. S, Daniel expects to leave tify. The Standard Oil people seem the usual rate declared by this filled the position of cashier for a .

for Richmond, his home, about the to think it impertinent anyway, for conservative banking house every six Won Baseball Game number of years. .
I the court to try to find out the resources months for a number of past. tt
middle of the month, but will return of the company. The judge years The Titusville baseball nine played Mr. F. S. Terry returned to his

early in the fall to put the finishing foresees that in the near future he Mrs.C.Fulton and family moved to a match game with the Cocoa nine at home in Columbia, S. C., the first !

touches on Palmhurst the coming. will have to impose fines'on the com- Sanford Monday. The Fulton place this place yesterday afternoon with part of the week after spending
tourist pany. It is indicted on fifteen hun- becomes the property of Capt. C. F. the score standing 5 to 3 in favor of: a
season. dred counts in his court for being a Fischer, who held a mortgage upon 'Titusville. The home nine put up a little over a month in Titusville,dur-

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Weeks, of party to illegal freight rates. same, and it was not sold to Dr.Dan- strong game from the start to finish ing which time he looked after the

Holton, Kansas, spent the month of If the company were to be convicted iel as reported to us by Charlie Fulton -the best they have played this summer interests of the Eureka Fish com-

January in South Titusville on account on all the counts the court might for last week's STAR. at the same time the visitors pany, which he is now the sole owner, 4

of :Mr. Weeks' ill health. fine the company a good many millions Banana river was well representedin played an excellent game too, but with Mr. Geo. Brockett in charge as "
of dollars. Anyway,he doesn'twant Titusville yesterday by Mr. and they couldn't hit Tucker's pitching,
Word was received here the first of to place a burden on the com- Mrs. Geo. M. Quarterman, Mr. and while Carl Battle's work behind the manager.

this week of Mr. Weeks' death at his pany heavier than it can comfortably Mrs. W. E. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. bat wa fine. Rain interfered seriously Mrs. F. T. Budge and three daughters t

home on the 22nd day of June, age bear. Hence he wants to know aboutits Floyd Quarterman, Messrs. W. C. with the game and during the of Miami, arrived yesterday afternoon
66 financial condition.It Peterson, F. M. Wilson and Mr. Con- last two innings it fell steadily, how-
yearsMr. to spend a day with Capt. $1
the contest from
may be that the Standard Oil ever was exciting
' and Mrs. Chas. J. Denham ar- people are afraid that the fines will rad.The stork paid a visit to Lemon start to finish, even though it was in Jas. Pritchard and family and will 1

" rived home Saturday afternoon from be,in proportion of the ability of the City on the 17th of June and left a favor of the home nine after the leave tomorrow for Rhode Island," +I

f .Augusta, Georgia, accompanied by company to pay, and that that is the fine daughter at the home of Mr. and third inning. Charlie Walker made accompanied by Miss Stella also, who

; :Miss Sophie Smith, Mrs Denham's reason that they are making such Mrs. 0. A. Quarterman,Jr.,formerly three good hits and scored two of the has been spending several days with t i
for Titusville. Bert Johnson
strenuous efforts to keep from the runs
sister who will spend the residents of Chester Shoals. Mr. Capt. and Mrs. Pritchard. Mr. '
4 youngest court knowledge of the company'sassets. Quarterman is now keeper of the umpired the game to the satisfactionof

i summer with them. Miss Smith recently An interesting bit of testimony Biscayne Bay house of refuge. both sides. Budge will join them Jacksonville.

'4 graduated from the Convent may be expected when Mr. Merritts Island was well represented '
Rockefeller gets on the witness stand. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathers arrived Church Notes
j of the Sacred Heart, in Augusta. in Titusville
He may not know much about the home Sunday afternoon from Wednesday and yesterday -

1 Mrs. C. C. Curtiss and daughter, business affairs of the Standard, but Eau Gallie where they spent Friday Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on by Mr. ad Mrs. J. R. Miot, I
next at La Grange at 11
Miss Louise went to Cocoa last Fri- it is a safe proposition that he knows, and Saturday last with relatives of Sunday a. m. Mr. and Mrs. D. St. C. Nisbet, S. J.
and at Titusville at 7:30
f just about what the Standard Oil : the groom, and they are at home at p. m. ;
Field J. R. Field G. L. Wallace of
,'; day, where they will spend a week ort company's assets; amount to and what the residence of the bride, in South Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at

so with the family of School Commissioner its annual income is. Titusville, after a pleasant honey- City Point Sunday morning, July 7. Indianola, and M. S. Sams and two

t Geo. S. Singleton, after which I Ij ---.-- --- moon of four weeks. at 10:30 o'clock: Evening at St. sons, Frank and Tom. also his daughter ,
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,they go to Palatka to reside, where: Judge Gaulden 111 Mr. Winston S. Branning leave Paul church, Eau Gallic,7:30 o'clock Miss Fannie, and her two young ,

j !.! Mr. Curtiss is now located.' Her A letter received by a Titusville shortly for New York, Baltimore and I I Rev. W. F. Allen will preach aNew II lady friends, Miss Eleanor Tauls and
Smyrna next Sunday, by arrangement -
friend of Gaulden's writtenby Philadelphia, to be away several Miss Pacetti.
mother,Mrs.Singleton,of LaGrange, Judge of his presiding elder, so
: \\'eeks buying his fall stock of goods
;. \ left the same time for West Palm Mrs. Gaulden from Jacksonville, for his Clothing and Men's Furnish- there will be noservicesat the Methodist -I County School Superintendent .
that the has had
Beach for a visit with her sons, Ly- announces performed judge for an ing store. As heretofore Mr. Bran- church next Sunday either at II'j J. II. Walker had the stars and stripes 3
operation appendicitisat
" man and Willie. the hospital in that city and is apparently ning will put in the very latest and:Titusville manent arrangement or Cocoa. for This the is remain-a per- 'I hoisted half-ma at the public schooli

well. This letter best goods that money can buy. i building Sunday in of the
doing was of this conference memory ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Krulder and ing part year, ow- '
I received Tuesday with no further Messrs. W. A. Neal & Son, of At- ing to the fact that the pastor at New : late Dr. C. P. Platts, superintendent '

family left for New Smyrna Tuesday [advices as yet,so it is hoped the judgeis lanta, represented the Port Huron Smyrna has been moved to another :of public schools of St. Lucie county,
afternoon, where Mrs. Krulder will well towards complete Traction Co. before the board
on recov- Engine
:i; work, given up by a former pastor I whose body was brought back home ,
take charge of the Magnolia boarding ery. of county commissioners this week, i j whose health completely failed. j
Fort Pierce from St. Louis for
-4 house. She will be pleased to and Mr. O. C. Hansell,of Mims, represented i, to
Kline's Specials in Clothing and J. I. Case, of I burial Saturday night. Dr. Platts
Titusville friends when Orange ,
see her many Gents' Furnishing DepartmentMen's in reference to RacmeIS.'j I 'I was formerly a resident of Mel-
they come to New Smyrna and they white shirts making hard surfaced We are prepared to furnish strictly -
negligee top bourne.Mr.
all wish her success in the venture.s with cuffs attached SI.00each. commissioners postponed action on i:! first class orange boxes at veryI

Mrs. Krulder has great faith in the special the question until the August meeting -j i I l low prices. Write us before placing T. Hall, of Indianola, was in ,

to secure further particulars regarding ;your order. We have an elegant line Titusville Monday and left Tuesdayfor
invested in trunks and dress
future of New Smyrna, having Special prices also cement coated nails.
these engines. j lof wraps '
the While here he
gulf coast.
in real estate on and near to suit cases. ___ _- r i EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
White linen trousers, all sizes, the 2S-foot topped
i purchased canopy
the ocean beach.FURNITURE Dressmaking j Eau Gallie, Fla. I
special 51.49 each. I --.-- launch owned by Mr. Keasweather,
i Black Sicilian coats, worth $5.00) ,
f DRY GOODS SHOES $3.49. For upto-date dressmaking patronize Gun Repair Works and Sail Loft a banker of Columbus, Ohio, whichis
special Miss Maggie Gruber, successor to
Eefrigerator with water cooler$16.50 Blue serge coats at less than man- Mrs. C. A. Krulder, STAR building, ,| All work guaranteed. Guns stocked laid up at Nelson's marine ways,

Globe-Wernicke book cases ufacturer's price. ground floor. !! and shot guns rebored. and Mr. Hall will probably make the

Fibre and galvanized eoolers Juuus KUXE, Titusville. ----- '- i H. BENECKE, Titusville, Fla. trip to Indianola in his new purchase
a Fruit jars, jelly tumblers 'Phone No.8.Orange Titusville's Fourth
from here the first of next week,
house and boat paints I I FOR SALE CHKA1 FOR CASH.

Comfort swing chairs. Try one, $4.85 : and Grapefruit Trees Titusville celebrated of the Fourth ; About 88 acres of good high land on when he expects to return to Titus-
with grand display bunting,
'Phone 34 : ;the side of the Indian river ville.
east _
Chas. A. Gardner or ocean
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high fireworks on the go all day, with a i at the Narrows,described as follows: Lot
hickory hammock. Free from white match game of baseball in the after-'I, No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section | Draying

I "Down the Line"If fly. One year to two :year old buds. noon and winding up with a grand :36, in township 31 south, range 39 east.I I Draying or hauling; of all kinds promptly -
they will allow you to drink at Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully ball last night in the opera house. i This land is unimproved but finely 1 le-: attended to. Meets all trains. Stove t

all, why don't you send an order to packed and delivered at Oak Hill We did not advertise a big blowout cated. For farther particulars addreea I I wood for sale at all times. a

your old friend, J. D. Crabb Co., station. J. W. GRIFFIS, this year, but every one of the visitors E. M. Leg, I I H. E. HOLTOV,

Box 702, Jacksonville, Fla? Shiloh, Fla. report a good time. Brockton, Mass. 1( Tittmille, Fla.
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harm will be done to all interests. among the undergraduates and the mechanical skill and reliability
I SOCIOLOGICAL ]I democratic They are four cycle, jump u- i j
: : younger alumni to the proposed spark ignition.automobile type
1: scheme. No attempt will be mechanical Takes, float feed _

:' : Parole System For Criminals. MISCELLANEOUS'Two made to make the transition quickly, carburetor steam forged, enclosed crank crank shaft ease and. a :

h At the' recent national congress of and President Wilson thinks it will require bronzed bearings Have the

:i charities and corrections at Minneapolis Cent Fares on All Lines. several years to accomplish It fewest nnmberofworkingparts ]

L a most interesting paper was The recent conference of railroad without friction or bad feeling. consistent motor with and a perfect other operating '!

S .' read by Harris R. Cooley director of presidents at Chicago resulted In an Clubs For Country Pupils. exclusive features many found only in the Regal \

i : public service of Cleveland O. lIe understanding favorable to the immediate -
of Berks
Superintendent Rapp county -
;*r- .i, described the working of the parole adoption of the two cent passen- Pa. Is putting Into execution a BUILT TO RUN AND DO ITt ; _

?1 J:" system which has been greatly ex- ger rate on all Interstate business. plan which has been formulating for Made io three types, 1}. 3 and :5 IL r. single cylinder; 8 to 13 IL :

: tended under the administration of This is meant to be understood as some time in the effort to impress up- r. double cylinder; 30 H. P. four cylinder

Mayor Tom Johnson. During the six bowing to public opinion but the lawyers on country boys and girls that the city We also manufacture a line of heavy, slow speed, working engines .
of Mayor Johnson's term of from 6 H. P single cylinder to 45 II. P. four cylinder.The .
,. years say they expect no difficulty in Is not the only place to work In or the i
,. office over 4,000 persons have been knocking out the two cent laws in the most desirable place to live in. The many hundreds of Regal engines now in operation through.
It Is the theory out the country are a guarantee of the
\ pardoned or paroled. higher courts. plan by which he is seeking to combat satisfaction they aregiving.

; in Cleveland that for a man condemned Philippine Funds In St. Louis. he: city's call is to establish clubs for eta Regal Don't
to prison for the first time ihe.Beginning! Experiment
sv in The Mercantile Trust company of St. boys and girls. The object of the .
F there Is a psychological To Louis has been selected by the government -: clubs is to bring the boys Into competition handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request.La
which help can be wisely given. r
as the depository of the Phll- with each other In the matter Of
't, act too soon would belittle the wrongdoing Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
raising certain vegetables and other
-' Ippine Islands in addition to the two
to wait too long would
icIV farm employments and create a friendly Cold Water
;' 1 and harden the individual Into a crim- depositories already authorized at New Michigan
York. competition among the girls about
yy.Inal.. Only fourteen per cent of the
their cooking, needlework and other
F 11 yy.['. paroled men have been returned to.. Cornell and Yale Winners.In Prizes will .
housewifely employments. '
the house of correction. According to the annual intercollegiate regattaon :. _.'\- '. .--. '- -
be offered and exchanges of Ideas
the statistics this is less than the returns the Hudson at Poughkeepsie on i
L made possible. It Is Mr. Rapp's hope
of those who were released after June 26! the Cornell eight! maintainedthe
that pride in doing their line of work
: working odt their entire time in prison aquatic supremacy of the Ithaca
: well will keep many a boy and ;girl:
under the old regime. The plan has university but by finishing th<> race

y \ I been found to work exceptionally good only three feet In advance of the from going to the city. 85A ARD :

#, i In the caSe of men who neglected or Columbia boat. The crew of the Naval

deserted their families. Mr. Cooley academy which for the first time took I INDUSTRIALFrisco .

; of part in this event finished third.Pennsylvania .
the Imposition a
? strongly opposed AIRJ.LrNE RAIL v.T A Y. 4
K.: fine as an alternative to a term of Imprisonment fourth. Wisconsin fifth. Key Tappers Strike.
lIe claims that a man Georgetown sixth and Syracuse not
Not satisfied with the
finishing. The freshman eight: oared being peace -FOR-
steal franchise or a
who tries to a
made Labor Commis.
: '" arrangement by
race: was won by Wisconsin with
dollars is in needtf
canal million
or a sioner O'Xe.ll! at New York betweenthe
i of correctional treatment just as much Syracuse second and Cornell last. The Western Union and the teiegraphers Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines '
:..':; steal ham varsity second and Cornell last. The ;
as the man who tries to a or President Small of the Telegraphers ;

: an overcoat. lIe stated that there was Syracuse, Cornell second Pennsylvania union went right a19 ad with the Richmond Baltimore.

a growing sentiment In favor of movlug third and Columbia fourth. to call strike at San Washington; t
original plan a
The annual rowing contest between
penal institutions to the country FrtucscoJune! 21, all the men lea'ingboth
could] Yale and Harvard universities, which Philadelphia New York
where more of the prisoners the Western and Postal offices in ,

,-. work In the fields under the open sky. occurred at New London. Conn that city and in Oakland. In his statement -
June 27! resulted In for the
with on victory
This has been tried in connection Small said that salaries!' of telesrapher .
4', Yale oarsmen by less than a boarslength.
the Cleveland house
there had not been increased
_i''a and there has!' been little trouble with since the earthquake notwithstandingthe

.. escapes. E. H. Harriman Arrested.An : increased cost of living Bothcompanies SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL

Mrs. Sage's Latest Gift unpleasant! incident of the Yale- received messages subjectto ,

Mrs. Russell Sages latent benefaction Harvard race was the arrest of E. II indefinite delay and called for strikebreaker --- ---- --

y Is an endowment fund of $.OOIO; Harriman the railroad magnate; because .* from the east. Business was i

for a pathological institute to be run of his persistent refusal to abide greatly hampered all over the west IVXociorxi Pu11nl.nn: : Epu.ipD3.cn.'t

In connection with the New York City by the rule which prohibited oats It waspecte
d hospital and city home on JnckweIrsf. from following the oarsmen The arrest spread to Chicago: and to other citie .

island. The purpose of the institute was made by the president's naval Railroad telegraphers on the Southern

t i Is to inquire Into the problems of disease aid Chairman Schweppe of the regatta -I Pacific were said to be handling souie THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION LINE

;: committee. I commercial business, and this it
more especially the diseases: !' of : was

advanced life and the improvement of Pittsburg's Industrial Slaughter. : feared might lead to a sympatheticstrike NORFOLK, VA. .

1 the city's poorest sick and a?eJ In two The annual report of the coroner of of the railroad union. x

'" of its largest;: Institutions. The ln!'ti- Allegheny county Pa., shows that SIS Strikes Troubling New York. Excursion Tickets Sale
i on Daily
3 .- tute will be organized;: lJD < E. G. workers in the mills mines and on In the midst of the heat wave New

r and T. C. Janeway and will l>e under the railroads of the Pittburg district: York city has suffered considerable Inconvenience .

t their direction, although it is expected lost their Hduring ltKkLEDUCATIONAL: and no little danger first Of .

f to be closely) associated with the department from the strike of the garbage wagon For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent or) .

1 of charities. I I drivers and second. from the ice write to ;-'

{ Yoakum's Railroad Panacea. i wagon drhers the former having; dis 8. C. BOYI>TON, Jr., A!!'st. General Passenger Agent, ,

} t in onion of tae :u.'Tl't'U1ents with the city authoritiesand
To realize practice a To Banish Princeton Clubs. I JACK OSILLE.FLA
; people and the railroads under the supervision I the latter demanding recognition
/. President U iNon l of Princeton nn'tversity -
of the national go\eninion and bettor pay from the American
has junonncoil his intention of I
\ __. Is the essence of the proposal mad Ice company Throughout the lower
abolishing the e\lMuii: uPll\'r class system
in an article for the July World" I east side health was <>ml i mart*I by the
of clubs in order to make: w.ifo*-
' I Work by the railroad magnate. B P I accumulation of great (heaps of garluge : -
i a novel scheme, of social reor.lunation: :
Yoakum. chairman of the Rock! Islam: i :; and refuse in the street anti as
for the student iKxly Thii i is part of '
: board of director Taking: up the di:"- \ burr as the strike l lasted I the Public Asore Throat is a
the general scheme for the prw\'pton.il
ferent point* of p pu'ur! agitation; 1r. ". suffered great;: ir<'omcnioiK-e from the
) which Las beta tMabhsln. at
Yoakum finds. first. that the! Ilep'tnru! system inability to sot: ke in the usual qu.an dangerous malady 1bu'tiyou
Pnnet There are now thirteen of
l antirebate net Is offe tire, just an : titles The strot wis'iH'p* were saidt
I the r;'pcr claslul s. each o -("upyt| : !!';:
k I wise. and lie belioxes! that all: u'>xl ruro. J N on the JMI!nt of joining the ;:::tr- don'lJ need to'r
L .... its own clubhouse. with an aggregate; .
r-" ( J' .1 ". ituz' tlZ a drivers ia a sympathetietrim.
: : iwill
-: I illM'st I:It'Ilt of -,tu1INN1. III glare o*
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j .... ..:$ co-r-.vra tto thus<' ..!Ir'f* Presi,ieutVilsn i>r' i":M'. : : tie' a sock around +

: enforce !'. .... tu draw all the New York Monorail Scheme.

} /.'t "*"l"\aii:itiono.railrviJ ." I, ....-i- -- ,.... 11 1111 1''I".tUltt>" I. .T.thn II. s'ariM and two other menu' 1 your neck:o cure i iFS i't, '1

prov t<._.,tin'ruito ","' hers (>f the rrinns nip'd' transit

if < t..:. .LiMii:-- j jr I \, \.,. :,ntial"iiuul--."* I lioanl of Now \.'rk city hate made .
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\\0..1.nut 'II ,._ ... ,t? :si T the iitanr known their intciitii of tin:inciag; a
I ., '/1> .. ".. i f : :
i Lan.. s"1.- zui ) I .
1 ;(!._ \ y ( of the Hn: company to ''f.oII..tnH.t a "nv rail systent -
I t't' raiiroa i i ,:. | .
.;;:;:;'\. ?" u-1 uuiter-it'-s.; of tr.tiiMt Ivtwicn Newark and / /
........ but b' "
t drat itj I Ii' 1-\ ;::1 .wh 'IHt11 Itn'x.j New York <'m-. It i+ to If a four tr:i< k rSNOW :

l t 1f-; ** would .it ha'e |, : itsg its owtts vvf! 'in t.|et'rth.l .it from sixty to JOlt
c I J >;.- l)"':{ :11*:,1- i ': il1i! ,".. hoi and is of the l fe LINIMENT
"y"n-: : I It .i.:... ( .t.pn': : :: ; 'n r < sicn intented ::3l
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I of Haiti

II w.ml II. Tunis
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" (.. j >f J a fair !hiM-Tof: i, Irate I \: :- ., J Iehts i nionr. a s.jmp'e! of which i< now' on t'Xl1i"itim f? It" 9rHsX
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ASu will cure that throat in short order.
maaag. / hut mtl'r 11u" at she Jamestown e\j!' ISition.This : iJ
i A
I p
rd's Snow Liniment
"/ Baits the
penetrates pores, promoting
,/ -., ..... / railnuJ mn I I ..:; ;r 5 t.rd-ti: ni of a "Xinirw-an mun..rtil- a car free circulation, gmsmna ho muscles more elasticity.
f // lit woiM: u>ioj'iHHe ,,1/. ';: ",'" 1 ..:t"i1I'r' of th.MI : .. r.t''t''n f tt lot:.: : mid a nu\iniuni]

ji B. Yoakum: !it and i I ;,",1" :, t-!!A- /, /.'\-tz.;"r''l'. ;': :Itj ami ;ilfjvmi.iu width of vifo .t. t.ijHT.ng( nt .*:i<''i MK!. t1 RIEUMATISMCISTSSPRANS, BRUISES,
i! le ,1.H't v'tj !I/ti 'ij % Tin cir i I" -1Plurtl..l on two tnk* of CURES WOUNDS
't : ;: : a- t:11 i1 OLD SORES, STIFF JOINTS,
!j r how the right uf the "H'rnu.'nt, tit I I 11: / .' ". all ordinary :If- I i I tw n-hoo!; each tandem and the BURNS: AND: ALL PAINS. ,:

I make! such! a \:lllIa till:! can !* ':Ii.illesscnl "" '*y jail-s. For this avhtels finsM! or '.'th sides. and th<- ti

ey He :ippros of the liuHa- i I I'resiaert 11 !l lson. 11IJ11..e it will whol NIPS mI "I'.h..J in an '".1" :-i* GAVE INSTANT
tiou of future M-cuntx issues r.i:lor I RELIEF.
: I i-iil' of trolleyrunic
l>e necessary to place dormitories in position: .r i in:ition
: the eye of the federal: p>venim %iit. Ill'l I such! relation to these already t.'rt..tc'll I i :rid un'rt" lll "nl'J'f'rtI JTonry Stone, Frovo Utahvntrs: "I have used Ballard's

i I explains that the late should! make it 1'I as to form ;:("''Ttl'hiI':11 unitan
.. impossible! to ;gain: the proiits of railroad I erect in '.>nnection: with each ;group: a 1 which upon application gnme instant relief. I can recomr -
than and t..t mend it as being the best Liniment I have ever Ubed in curing
construction more once i
I kitchen dinm:. servant :11111'Iu" rouls.Every caused from etc/'
: g pain : Neuralgia,
that increasing capital 1 for improvements imdersradnatt will In rt'fluir..t

.1 should IK supervised. I actually to live in his 'gnarl the nunlK T utt'sPilisThis PRICE 25c, SOc AND $1.00 .

He elieves. further in the uniformity >r!< of which will come from every

. of accounts so fls to make the annual class.: '

. reports of the railroads a basis Some of the ol>jwts .f thipau are popular remedy never fails to Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

.j : for public confidence and he pees no i to brim the faculty into tl..,..e <'QItn('('. effectually cure

need of having; any mystery about the I tion with the student to l>r 112 tl.omemliers I Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick 500-502 North Second Street, 3

railroad business any more than thereis of the four dt I !::.-tIiT in I. Headache, Biliousness ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.

about the accounts of a national i j daily collet life and to rid the iini\ 'r-
I And ALL DISEASES arising from a
bank.Yhile he d.ics not approve of I city of combination. ('lit:(':' and separate .a -
Liver and Bad
Torpid DigestionThe
] legalizing railroad pools. he thinks that class sonil orp-ini/atnns( in the I
traGc associations should be allowed. absence of fraterait.fs. which Live natural result Is good appetite Sold and Recommended byTitusvillo
:. and solid flesh. Dose small;ele ant.I .
.: '" Iiecruse all connecting line may participate arcs forbidden at 1'rlti\'tHl_ th' i,;>;>,>r I ) sugarcoated and easy to swallow.

In conclusion he urges;: that class clubs verveil a* Mititate! f'>r Phnrn:1.acy: : ztnd
I Take No Substitute.
it the current of existing: agitation must the. fraternity idea of e du..h'cut'f :-:;;. Bnn.n.or Drub S"toro



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the degree; of doctor of civil

itS laws as did also General Booth head. Sufferers

of the alvatlonrmy.. 9
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American Peace Proposal. .

v The American delegation at The Do :you want relief-in ,;

_-.' : Hague conference headed by General just a few moments. andno } ,1

Horace Porter has presented the bad after-effects. .
-ftfl proposition that the bombardment of

ll : unfortified and undefended towns or If so, you have only to =# M

:-. t. buildings be forbidden but that such take, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain F

;m- places are liable to damages Incidentalto f

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One of the gang confessed and the rebellion populace who had been establishments and are liable to bombardment subject to headache, 't a

heatJ'luarters were raided. A movement sought high and low by .the agents of when they refuse reasonable hare them with you al 3 .

: was on foot among the citizensto the government armed with 'warrantsfor requisitions for provisions, and sup- I
plIes. It is also that the ways. iXo ,harm can come
r. lynch the .whole group of arrested hU arrfest, suddenly turned thetables '

s Witnesses Contradict Orchard. suspects and troops were held I \readl- on his pursuers by calling voluntarIly bombardment of unfortified towns for from their use, if taken as t

The motion ,'of counsel for the defense ness to maintain the dignity of the upon Premier Clemenceau and the bidden.nonpayment of ransom be for- directed, ,as they containno I

4 : In the trial of W. D. JJaywood law. urging the withdrawal of the troops. chloral '
The Germans propose that hospital opium mor- 1
<;at, Boise. ,. Ida., charged with causingthe Oil Trust Cases Pending.The lIe offered to surrender himself but ships cannot be captured not being cocaine, chloroform ". '
'murder of former Governor Steu- state of Ohio rested Its case the premier courteously bid him go considered phine, t

'i nenberg.' that the Jury be Instructed agaInst'' the Standard Oil company at free as be came. Returning to his people hospital as ships warships may enjoy and that the Mmeprlt1J4'ge private heroin, alpha and' .Ii I

Findlay and the court denied the motion Albert counseled!' a continuance of
as those authorized beta eucaine cannabis in-
testimony by governments
of the defense for instruction to the policy of passive resistance in support ,

necting the defendant of their minimum demands. Laterhe provided that they assist dica or chloral hydrate or J -
with the crime acquit. The defense then began ex- the: wounded without distinction of na- 1

: was overruled by Judge Wood and; amination of witnesses. was taken In custody. tionality. The British propose an in- their derivatives.Ask .

r the opening address for Haywood was Judge Landis in the federal district' Commons Vote Against Lords. ternaticnal court of appeals Ju regardto your druggist about ; <

t :4" made by Lawyer Darrow. Darrow ; court at Chicago ordered that all responsible Premier Campbell-Bannerman roved prizes captured at sea. France proposes I'
t : said ,they would bring witnesses tot I officers of the Standard be them. _
f" r In the 4iouse of commons the following that the powers may appoint an -
: ." disprove in order to him In- "It gives me great pleasure to be
every subpoenaed give resolution: That In order to give effectto International commission of inquiry incase '
r' able to refer to the Dr. :Miles Anti-
material part of formation as to the' earnings of the the will of the people as expressedby !' of disputes of an international Pain Pills as the best remedy w) have ,

ii]!; the Orchard confession trust on which to base the amount of their elected representatives It is character, the investigation to be conducted ever had In our house for the prevention -
of headache. wife
and My
tt and that fines to be Imposed pursuant to the recent necessary that the power of the other secretly and the reports to be who has been cure a constant sufferer for 1

.-p.t. Haywood himself conviction on the charge of using house to alter or reject bills passed by made public only If both sides agree; years with the above complaint. Joins :' } -
in Dr. Miles' Anti's
\ me recommending .
:'.;:. would takes illegal freight rates. this house should be so restricted by the decision however, not to be man- Pain Pills, hoping they may fall Into ,

the stand in his At Austin Tex., was begun the con- law as to secure that, within the lim- latory. the hands of all who !!utrer." f

r .1 own defense. In test of the state of Texas for the recog- its of a single parliament the final J. L, BUSH Watenleit, N. Y.
Dr. Mile' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
i" I homely phrase he nition of the receiver appointed by the decision of the house of commons shall The Doctor Away from Home When your druggist, who wilt guarantee that I' i

_, 1 recounted the state for the Waters-Pierce Oil company prevail" In his speech this motion Most Needed the first package will benefit. If it s
f upon fails i he will return your money.
: t formation and I In the appellate court Attorney the premier said that the house I People are often very much disappoint 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold. In bulk.

- :,; growth of the ,' General Davidson moved that RobertJ. of lords had become a mere annex to ed to find that their family physician is Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind

; Clarence S. Darrow. Western Federa- Eckhardt be allowed to take controlof the Unionist party, and went on to explain away from home when they most need t

tion of Miners said company pending the appeal his plan of limitation of the his services. Diseases like cramp colic a h } :

'. noting the fact that its first counsel from the appointment of the federal power of the peers He proposed that and cholera morbus require prompt treat

was Lawyer Hawley, of the present receiver. The state held that the fed if there should be a disagreement be- ment, and have in many instances proven The MostValuableStlof }aMIaddBoat. ,
prosecution. and entered a general de- eral court had no jurisdiction In the fatal before medicine could be procuredor Building Boob ever Pal 1islt d.
tween the two houses as to a bill origInating The right F
nial of the charge of a policy or con- a Dhysiciam@ummoned. wayis
in the commons this matter to keep at band a bottle of Chamber- RUDDERHOWTO
, ,, to do murder and violence in e
; Fighting Two Cent Law. should go before a conference committee lain's Colic, Chplera and Diarrhoea Rem-
of Its ends. would show t
ell pursuit They The officers of the Southern railway composed of an equal number from edy. } o physician can prescribe better BOOKSOver

r r that Orchard was not near the SullU'van have appealed to the United States each house. If the bill failed to be medicine for these diseases.! By having yxo boats hive been built from the lines 4
and Bunker Hill mill at the time it in the house much and in these sailed tn
circuit court in North Carolina for an adjusted so as to meet the approval of you escape pain printed -Successfully:
i of, the explosion! which he said heM suffering and all risk. Buy it now;it may every dime and upon every sea-Fun detail
injunction restraining the legislatureof a majority of the conference it should drawing of all pans, showing what it Is and
caused that Orchard was In the employ save life. For sale by Titusville Pharmacy how to nuke itT rxt extremely simple.
r, .. of the Mine Owners' association that state and the Virginia corporation fall of passage, but might be relntro- and Banner Drug Store.
commission from putting into effect duced after an Interval of six months HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
s ; and in constant communication with H toot__",IN.,L.r:.""'1 iC hand i tram as b.
t ls detectives, that he deceived Moyer the reduced passenger rate of whereupon It would be again subjectto It is feared Japan will boycott American wrap, food racing tt(or*buy'lean the liuiiniM i..

cents a mile This is the first instancein consideration in a conference com- retaliation contemplated for the HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
ir- and used Pettibone as a banker for roods, being .. ..
A sae bout for ftmioo* mine a b..iac b
which the mittee. If it failed of therea -
legal questionsln\"olntlln agreement
recent in ban Francisco. MM h* e.efuLMi.mkdtslap
his gambling profits and that he was developments mot vatrr .a or tmng y
the reduced rate laws have been second time the commons might re- fall piani uJ pk9wea.5 completed boat %
t: known to have a private grievance
federal tribunal with the intimation that if the HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP s
brought before a high pass it Cured of Trouble"It ...
; ; against. Steunenberg. All the payments Lung XtMt .......,.1 nror _I.... seer 4e iirM4; a. prteiriaMr
? and will probably be the first to reach lords did not adopt it In its present ia Aiucf Ka.Aw*aa4 Autralia eaij to baiU; au
Ii \ to SlmpUns would be shown to is now eleven years since I had a to wia with.HOW .
the supreme court for final adjudication. form it would be passed over their "
f- ,have been in the regular order ofSimpklns' narrow escape from consumption, writes TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
f beads The premier argued that the business of Simple and proem.-.i.howiae how'._nod a1aa.alhU -
work as an organizer for the C. O. Floyd, a leading man .
lor wita Biotar Several other plmaa.HOW
Federal War More Trusts. lords we an*
on proposed limitation of the was
federation.The Kershaw, S. C. "I had run down in

'-{, first witness Mrs. King The department of justice has an- strictly constitutional and that it was weight to 135 pounds, and coughing was fine TO.;I BUILD ar md rraitint A KNOCKABOUTA .....; good cabin,'ranQcBmart

: very nounced its intention of beginning legal admitted in theory even by the lords constant both day and_ night. _Finally 1 1began I ; aaiUbia lor.ha low waters.HOWTOBUILDASHOAL'DRAUGHTSL00.
i who kept a boarding house!' at Cripple
action against the tobacco harvester themselves that the commons predominated taking Dr. King's Sew Discovery, ( -
r Creek. told of meeting there between and continued this for about six months A dnrr little$J J and jx>wdcr mergers. Prelim- as tbe representative house of mull fell plan.
1.- Orchard and K. C. Menlug. detective when cough and lung trouble were
inary investigations are also being parliament.In my HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE .
for the mine owner Dr. :McGee told about and I was restored to nor
i gone my EaaytobaMrrthn>*rtrmiefct:jsrt the rntt lot a bo,
made in other Mr. Balfour leader of the .
1 how this detective had called off the cases reply mal weight, 170 pounds." Thousands of io.. ..wdhca.beLout Terr cttMplj.Tit...loop..eat rI6 St

: dogs after the Independence explosion. Murder Case Like Thaw's. opposition suggested that upon any persons are healed every year. Guaranteed HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT ,
disagreement between the two houses A nmpMe dnmptioii of bow t.build a noM;ateollMiH
A saying that he knew all about who did Exceptional interest has attached to atTitudvilIe:! Pharmat.yand Banner ikiff ..... u tail ag Bodrla.PRICE .
T i the party in in the commons Trial bottle
power Drug Store. oOc. and $1.00.
: the deed. Many former acquaintances the trial of Judge Loving at Houston.
f I. had the privilege of appealing to the frte. $1.
i of Orchard testified to his having expressed V a., charged with the murder of Theodore A EACH: .
country He admitted that the lords PHEPAID .T CXPajCSS ANYVhHCftC I
hatred of Steunenberg because Estes, Jr., who had been accusedof
:r the latter drove him out of thet wronging Loving daughter while held a subordinate' position, but saw no The sheet cleaning department of New Bound in cloth CoU lettering-Sue of pag* 'f
reason for making it more subordinate York city is blocked by a strike and is causing 9 by 12 inches-Large,cirarly-draun plans.
\ state and thus prevented him from out riding with! her, because of its like-
of the rich Hercules the Thaw In concluding the debate, Chancellor much alarm.Women. THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
:i holding on to his share ness in many respects to t
of the Exdl"lluersquith said he had --- -- 9 Muniu- STRICT New Venn U. S. A
t mine. W. F. Davis, who accordIng murder case. Miss Loving was called --

(;_ to Orchard had led the-men in the by the defense to relate the story she been a reluctant convert to the pro- Who Wear WelLIt Sad postal far Catalogue of Books foracklfma'i .
. pored reform and expressed the opinIon Library
v'w: attack on the Bunker Hill-Sullivan, denied had told to her father about being misused is astonishing how great a change a ii'ERRYS
that the house of lords had ceased
l that he went to Wardner that day by young E.,tes. this forming thebasis few years of married life often make in 1i
to bold the position of a dispassionate.
'G, and had not met Orchard at that time. of a plea of insanity on the part the appearance and deposition of many
and had
unprejudiced umpire, become
: c Editor O'Neill of the Miners Magazines : of the defense and of moral jtMifica womon. The freshness, the charm, the
the instrument of a single On
s r he and not I lay wood was re pone tion for his act in shooting; the young party brilliance vanish like the bloom from a

't. ,. sible for the editorials and on cross man. As in the Thaw case, the state \\ednesday the resolution was passed peach which is rudely handled. The
that the present liy a vote of 472 to 147, amid entlmsi matron is dim shadow faint echo 4
t examination admitted inaga wished to evidence impe-Klmis only a a ,
the tie cheers from the liberal members of the charming maiden. There two
sine expressed satisfaction over removal the truthfulness of Miss Lovingvstory are

of Steunenlterg as an enemy of but this Judge Harksdallw"uM Rioting at Portuguese Capital. reasons for this change, ignorance and

,? orro.nlzt'tllahor. not allow The defense rested its case .V rigid censorship of the Portu- neglect Few youn women appreciate

>: Edward Boyce, former president of mainly upon the unwritten law of jus, gue.e press prevented the report the shock to the system through the Seedsprove
projipt change which with and
the federation who while serving a tificition and an acquittal was so con of full details of the receat rioting comes marriage their worth at harvest
moth 'rhool. Many neglect to deal with
,-i sentence In the Jail at Boise helinxl to fidcntly expected that no exceptions at islxtn and other towns it now the unpleasant pelvic drains and weaknesses time. Aftcroverfiftyyearsof

:: found the organization but who latterly were noted by the defense during the appears tint ti general rt'mlutiouary which too often come with mar success.'hey arc pronounced

.$ { has become a wealthy mine owner, progress of the tn:il. uprising( was barely averted by the re- riage and mnth 'rhood,not understandingthat the best and surest by careful

..; said the object of the organization was' Suits Against Unsafe Railroads. :pr"in measures :adopted the sol,liersIK.ing this secret drain i is robbing the cheekof planters everywhereour
dealer sells' them. 1907 Seed
to influence legislation favorably l to the The interstate commerce commission I ordered to shot into the gathering its freshness and the form of its
Ann .-.1 free
miner, who are at the mercy of the of > fairness.As request. {
the of throngs angry |K ople. The oj'-
haannounced .
examination he i> M rrnuv x(n IIet"'"ukh.5O
r On cross the general health suffers! i
surely as
j proprietors. the department of justice to prosecute [p lsitioua! dini ted I'ritll'iptll
' admitted to making the M "et-h :aihis I when there is dCS cement of the health
eerrailmid t'ompauin against I"nme Minister Franco, who i YEARS
big union men t.> unramre rifle clubs st.jtos to had isMr, : >\l n goveniTental dare as ii I of the delicate woma organs,so surely

ir t and he justified this on the, ground of tWI'l1tyit for violations: of the ret safety oxer appliance peniItie- lie were the uutator, but in this 1 114' was heal whT l\h tlte iherqce:c organs aniVlJrllvjtovpe art s j5tabllshed witness in EXPERIENCE'd

the inhuman treatment accorded to 'rted King (.Vrlos. .ml tluroj.'l '
of srppt .v .
law. The instance's the violationsoCthe tothe (actin rNf.Ped comcTTr** .: Nearly (
9 miners and their families by the tn ups.W. family was the object of Mush
1 law were reported Iiy inspictorsofylie s-: million women have found health an1harrin..s
W. Rush an engineer; on the Florence I*' the the
tune bens out
lostihty )r
.1 roim.nssion The suits are 1'CIin in the use of r>r. Pi"r..o_ ; Fa."orlt"
I and Cripple Creek road told of 1\ulIIlt'r against thirtj-four roads I renk lots sulsided.; but there are than I'r"'l'riptinn. h makes!-weak women -

conferences Detective Scott had bad Tin ':Ih''t nuniN'r, tWl'ntthl'. are WiN prrslut a fresh revolutionary) ; out strong and sick women well Ingrdi-; iI TRADE MARKS

_.1 with him about the Ix-st place to have to lie brouzht: against tbe l'w11"! l nirst I Puts on lab 'l contains no alcohol or 1

r. <'C a train wreck Inppen Coast Railroad company of California, Woman Suffrage In Norway. harmful habit-forming drugs. Made COPYRIGSHTSAnyone Ac. -
of those willing skrtch and <1 '.n]say
holly natn .
e American medicinal i
Holmes Defends I-n.Vr the recent law passel liv tinstorthing quickly ascenam our pinion free whether an
.,: hawing I'een |P roots most highly: recommended by invention IK prnhnblr pitentabl. CnnimanmttiongMnctlrconBdentiaL .
to acquit I
motion FOREIGN .
vvuii'cn have I eon grantedthe leading medical authority of all the several Handbook Patents
8.i pent free tn4at agency for eecurmepatent.
overruled in the trial of Edwin 1'lrianWltlr! }' fral.f'lliIn tliST schools of practice for the cure owoman's f Patents taken through Sturm A receive .

Holmes former assistant statistician re ftinditioii that it w:is prevl,>usj\. wcnliar ailment tptcial see,with.eut charge, in t /o.
sale French Revolt Crushed. For nursing mothers for those broken-:
of the agricultural department zrmrte.l to treat in Jmmic'l'al cli down in health bv toofrmiinnt: lioirmTf.children .' Scientific Jlm ritan.A .
took the stand The french clniiibtr hiving s n stimed "
of crop reports Holmes lenience bya ti<>ns- that is. to every woman twenty also for the expectant moths; rs, handsomely i1Io-t'lltPd ....kl... Tji-c*"t nrralation -
the pntrnciout
in his own defence lie directlyI I five ears old who is tixeil f'lI .MI inome to prepare the system for the coming of t/f any rientlBc >ornal Terri., U a 1v.artoormontbs.L
the testimony of Itroker majority of 104 in its repressive policy baby and making its advent easy and Sold by neewedeaer..
contradicted of <111 in cities or "f s\| In
'j as to the gn'ins of Mjualto i: toward the rebellions prvnicv of almost! painless, H no medicine quit MUNN & CO.361 BroadAaY. New YorkBranch
Van Riper ninl districts This i.riotwnllv asures so good as "I-avonte "
lrescnption It
of his the south and the army baring occupied ('Sew.2S t lOt.. V\Vhmut 11 l;.
to confederates by the height; the attainment of universal suffrage can do no harm in any condition of tl;e
J I office curtain He $ud lie hid no ft.i '.- these prot"inl'l's. tJlmnes prcvaiieil by adult representatives of the system. It is a most potent invigorating:
to oiuv more among the wine pro- tonic and strengthening nervine nicely
with Thvwloie Price except KILL YHE COUCH
i latious female sex in the course of a few
adapted to woman's delicate
but Socialists licteilaserioiH by a
duc-crs. freely pre sysem
try to interest him In a, private crop years The new law will give full scf- physician of largeexprripncp! in time treatment AND CURE THE LUNGS
; revolutionary outburst later on.
2 reportentnre. I (rage to about tIOlln women <>f woman'pt't.'u1iar ailmont
I Tlio mutiny of the soldiers! did not extend J Dr. lVrr.* may N' consulted: by letter

1 b Kidnaped Boy Murdered. beyond the : the entire ('Olmtnf Invalids Hotel and
Orleans and Surgical titu ,
t New Seventeenth regiment; Before order Samuel I.. Cleiue-iis. known time world
disclosure Butfalo. X. Y.HANDY.
have been shocked by was restored the troops had fired Into over by his pen nine of lark Twain I'

". "s'. of a murderous Blaik Hand s x.Klet the mobs and the latter had retaliated received the degie-e of doctor of letter Discovery

j- of Italians which has long! levied blackmail with several killed and injured on both > from Oxford university last w.n-k. MOTH PAPERA

on wealthy citizens of"t'w Ort sides The chamber proceeded to pass along with some thirty other tu*'n distinguished 'I Price

leans. several of the band having been the bill to do away with wine frauds. In politic, art sconce or moth destroyer and disinft-ctant Placed yon CONSUMPTION 50c&$1.00
In connection with the kid- under carpets or in the folds of fur and tlothI Free Trial.
t arrested Nevertheless the situation was far letters lIe was, by common consent
an Italian I ing it drives away moths and worry Twelve
.of Walter Lamana from and former > the lion of the Olsion. the entire audience .
naping found cutI reassuring a premier r sheets in a packet carriage prepaid 10 cents Guaranteed for all THROAT and i
boy whose body later was made was reported as saying that "France is rising and applauding when he I Sir packets urntaifdruggistdoesn'thaveite" LUNG TROUBLES, or MONEY 4 'I

!in pieces according to the threat in process of dissolunon; was escorted to the stage The undergraduates Ma
if the $0,000 random were not paid M. Alv.M the principal: leader of ther present Indulged in good na- Iowa

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Democratic leaders are engaged in A Case cf

: '<: Entered teeond-clMB stthepostoffieestTitus.illesa mail natter.Y the difficult task of finding an issueon STOMACH CATARRH. Play Ball I

which Democrats of all shades of Y .
y 'E1Ua'8.Water, Editor and Pabllaber.
j opinion can unite-an issue that will
-, PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAY: MORNING harmonize the party and make it an .
It must be clearly understood that neither army of earnest fighters for successin
THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for A Complete Line of
opinions expressed by correspondents. the approaching national contest.Mr. it

l Watterson, in several stirring
x : ; The cannon cracker and athletic editorials, recently advised that the SPAU [ >:JNrGr'SIBASE ::

,f sports have displaced old time Fourthof "
issue be "back to the constitution.

i July celebrations. Can't we get That is an excellent issue. Certainlythe BALL GOODS "iJ
: back to manifesting more patriotic rt
ry drift is away from the constitu-
J''I sentiment aud less noise? Carried by 'f
R j
f tion to an alarming extent. Since

i: -; Monday should have been acknowledged 'Mr. Roosevelt has been president ,The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

L as a holiday In Florida, there has been a suspicion in the public

.; = as it was eighty-one years ago that mind as to whether or not he rec- f Distributors for Florida f

rfrSisr day that the treaty was signed by ognizes any other constitution than JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASend
y which Florida ceded to.the ,
was his own will. Legislation is proposed

,: United States by the Spanish gov- arid.bills are pending that justify the I for catalogue and samples for uniforms ,
% conclusion that there are men in pub-
Miss Mary O'Brien, 306 Myrtle
Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan is not to lic life who think the constitution Are.,Brooklyn,X.Y., write:

be alone among American millionaires ought not to be permitted to standin "Perrma cared me In five weeks Ttir- MARK
title the of alleged reforms which of catarrh of the stGl1".7 b, aftersuffering
;p : in the enjoyment of a high way
for four years and doctoring .
n' at the hands of the pope. A Rome they propose. There is Senator Bev- without effect. la common with

r cable says that Mr. James J. Hill also eridge, for instance who proposes to other grateful ones who have bon A Work of Art

,- :. is to come in for papal honors, hold up interstate commerce in orderto benefited by your "discovery 1 fay, |I
All bail to Peruna. i I That is what home be if
.,4_ probably not so high as those to be bring about reform in the matterof ALABASTINE9ADE your
4 decorate it with Alabastine.
::\lr.ll.J.IIeilneman Oa.klandeb.., you
conferred Mr. but at the ,
,:: on child labor in the factories. writes: appropriateness is true art; and not
;' same time exalted. For a number Former only can make home deco-
Justice O'Brien of the New "I waited before writin;? to you ahout you your

Y of years Mr. Hill has been a large York court of appeals says that tariff my sickness, catarrh of the ctom.ich, rations appropriate with Alabastine,
but make them reflect
i 3scontributor the Catholic church in which 1 had over a year ao. you can your
to revision should be the paramount is-
in that not
1tK 'Thereiere people who told me it own taste a way is pos-
t _, 'T' the northwest, and only recently sue. Back to the position that,, was would not stay cured, but I am sure sible with any other form of wall covering.
: ,.r $1,000,000 to the fund for the that I am cured, for 1 do not feel
; .. /,. '!":' gave occupied by Mr. Cleveland when he anymore
-.w. I ill effects,have a good appetite and:
: foundation of St. Pauls ecclesiastical
I. } f was president, is Mr. O'Brien's ad- am getting fat. AI ahas neo

7 ;t* college. In recognition of these vice. From his point of view all of "So' 1 am, and will say to all,I am
': : :! benefactions the Pope will confer the evils of which there is so much cured for good. Sanitary Wall Coatingis
.... "i thank you for your kindness. superior in appearance in economy in durability and trswwuc..s
t,i upon him a decoration and a title. complaint at this time are due to the unique in its wonderful sanitary properties. You should know _
"Peruna will be house medicine
our more about it on all these points,and therefore extend you
present hijrh protective tariff. In hereafter." a cordial invitation to visit our store Bee the Al bastine color
t Catarrh of the stomach i also known charts, and have the Alabastine stenciled designs(which you
to Harold Bolce writer
According a -
: the course of an interview last can use yourself)explained to youAsk _
rk In common parlance as dyspepsia; : -
to the Book of
: of considerable reputation on subjects see
:" Saturday in New York, just beforehe and indigestion. No medicine will Alabastine- Prize Design -

I relating to Japan and Japanese started for Europe, Mr. O'Brien be of any permanent benefit except it For Sale by

.:. '- affairs, a great ambition of the Japanese said: "To my mind the evils of removes, the Nervous catarrhal Debility.condition. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPAHY Ir ;.:ss-
at this time is to civilize Christ-
trusts have been wrought simply Miss Irene Smith,10 Minnesota Ave, .- :. "--
.. endom. In an article in the current through unfair tariffs. Without Randle Highland,Washington, D.C., ?'.
writes: I. THE PACKAGE -
number of Appleton's magazine he
these protecting tariffs the giant
"Peruna cured me of catarrh of the
deals with this subject, and pointsout trusts couldn't have sprung into ex- head and stomach and nervous debility !

that the Japanese are very en- istence and obtained their hold upon from which I suffered for two years." I

thusiatic in regard to it. If this: view the industries of the with .
country, -- ------ ---

e :. is correct we can more easily understand the incident evils of unjust rebates. Weather Report

:p; why they are showing much Therefore adjust the tariff, make i it Summary for June by Rev.Jas. H. .

sensitiveness in respect to the San equitable, and you curb the trust in White, U. S. observer. 1y. 2 r Ir

4 Francisco school incident and the de- a natural and safe manner." Highest temperature on the 10th 93.0 ,,

struction by a mob of a Japanese restaurant ------ Lowest temperature on the 3rd 68.0 I I
.4i. and bath house in that city. Mean temperature for month 80.0 Ij
California Fears White Fly
Average mean for 26 years 80.0
; They think they are a superior race, \ j i
The discovery of the white fly of Highest: mean 26 years 1890 83.4 :! II
r l and that they must be respected ac- Lowest mean for 26>ean in 1892 73.8 ;/
Florida, the dreaded Aleyrodes citri, Rainfall in inches 6.96 /
't.. cordingly. in the --- -- I ,
orange groves> at Marjsville, Average for 30 years 5.42
Cal., coming, as it does, the Greatest for 30 years in 1884 11.72 I ,
j .. What American college boy, espec- heels of one of the most upon profitable Least for 30 years in 1883 0.86 ,Ir ll'c :I f t.,
;. ially the son of rich and influential the Prevailing wind direction S E /
orange seasons state has experienced -
t Number of clear days 20
parents, would be content with twen
1 ..- has caused much alarm and Number of fair days 5 I
: 1 ty-five cents \\eekfor spending great uneasiness among the orange Number of cloudy days 5

: money? Imagine the son of a New growers of that state. The owners Number of da"sth"rain 11

> l I York broker going to college with I of orange orchards in which the'white Number of daysv ith thunder 18

just a quarter per week as his allowance fly has been found are being Island Hjome, Merntt's. Wand, Fla. I
- -----
: ? Yet that is all that Prince urged to destroy the trees,leaf, root

Edward, the eldest son of the Princeof and branch, in order to prevent the 0. A. STEWARTFIRE
dissemination of the dread pest if
is allowed. No matter
i what his desires be when hisf" this may be possible and some of the
: may |I '
of that section II
orange growers : are
t shilling is gone his spending stops I .
patriotic enough to do so. There is :
t t : until the next week. All letters addressed c:17 1 itNDORG4
considerable talk of the rest of the Insura'ncelTITUSVILLE } =
.. to him are opened by the
state quarantining against Marysyule -
commandant of the naval
college, so
particularly if the commissioners FLORIDAI
t" that sympathetic friends or relatives
: of the countdo not adopt drastic -
i ,.1 may not send him mon y. The idea measures to destroy all traces of represent some of the leading i

i is to teach him frugality and the value of the world and
t :: the i est. For a long time the pres-: companies any
of a pcnnIf the sane idea ence of the white fly in the state was business entrusted to me will receive -'

.- was applied to the education of American denied, but the inspection of the prompt andcareful attention I

college Ix-:; it would doubtless grows revealed! its presence and the I

t do then much good. 'II' state horticultural commission ha BOBBINS

I.. confirnvi.1 the rumors of its being For sale by the
C For some time the New York found there.
:' a k World! has been asking the question, Part of the owners .If some of the INDIAN-'RIVER
", "what i is a Democrat" Th? other trees on which ft ha.llt" n foundshow co
,(Incorporated Paid np Capital ;.25.000.CO.
day the World received from Mr.M position to quibb'e overcompensation

William Jennings 'I>r\an a three-col; for trees burned in the ''I This in the company Indian: Hirer owns Conn-land* MUSIC HOUSE

umn letter undertaking to answer fight to clear the state of the new trv,on tilt St. Lncie Hin.r, ,
danger. Horticultural officers arl'insiting at New liver and on 15.I'KICES .'-
(, the question. But the explanation, caYl1c Ha,. .. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
it is said indefinite that on eerprecaution being
was so t it
taken prevent the inject from TO SUIT THE TIMES.
e \ leaves the World just where it was
gaining a foothold and will also insist Send for land list.
I before. Says that paper "After on haying all groves in which the OYFICESAT L v11

reading Mr. Bryan's letter with the pest has appeared burned as quickly ___TITI'SVILLE n MIMI_ ____ ==.,-........,......-.,...-.....-""- j.'", --e?---.,._.........u,
utmost care and presenting assurances -
as possible. They are going to the

of distinguished consideration infected orange groves at Marjsulle EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG.

j to its eminent author, the World and study the inject as found there
.F.DUREN,Agent, Do You Want to Know All About the
feels bound to renew its inquiry; and see what they can do to assist in

t "what is a Democrat?" If Mr. Bryan eradicating it. I

cannot answer the question to the --- ;A; Florida and EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

Take the Postmaster's Word for It z
satisfaction of a Democratic news-
; = WesternMeats E*{>eciallv regarding Fruit ,
Mr. F M. Hamilton, postmaster at tirowmg Trucking and
paper, the Savannah New respectfully Chem\ale, Ind., keeps al-o stock of General Farming If so. subscribe for the.........,
K suggests that the World turn general l merchandise and patent medicine FLORIDA EAST COAST
*, He s.\\'s:' "Chamberlain', Colic
t4 f to Col. Watterson. He knows what
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is standard I
4? f a Democrat is, and for the past here in its line. It necerfails to give T- of all Kinds, ISSUED ONCE A MONTH.PRICE :50( CENT PER \XXUM.
satisfaction and could hardly afford SAMPLE
about we to COry FREE
I i forty years has been telling us. be without it." For ale bRed- Cross: ii.\itRY I. Blet1'N, Rusin,.'!' Manager, fit. Augustine, Fla.
I a Democrats. Pharmacy and Tanner Drug tore. TITL $ ILLE, FLORIDA E. C. CLAC4MAN, Editor, Miami, Fla.
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b "p .. s1naYJUi 'slilo7; \ THE-FLORIDA STAR 5 t

? '[OCHDINGS If THE--. Stewart to Run for Governor thing was wrong, and made fair \ :::11 ,

The Palatka News is able to stateon grades. Of course the applicationsfor '

: :???f. 'COMMISSIONERS apparently reliable authority that teachers' certificates will have to t I.

.N ;J' ;t.;, f .. J' Judge Isaac A. Stewart, of the De- be refused, at'least to all whom it is
;;<' rc roe NEW PERFECTION
"-' : stolen blanks.
had the
i / j 11Th -Brevard county commissioners Land criminal court, will shortly an- suspected
--< f.; ; :
nounce his candidacy for the office of There must have been at least twen- .
;}i:1 naef at the court house in Titusville, .
: : of Florida. ty-five supplied with these blanks, ,
a ftltlly 1 l00! at 2:30 Present governor
; p.. ,
"'V IJ& Miot,t.A.: Robinson,T.J.Cock- Rumors of Judge Stewart's intended and out of the thirty-nine applicantsnot Wick Blue.name OU Cook-Stove .' t

: t '. w reached Palatka some two weeks ago. receiver certificates teach. There
,J. Brown, sheriff.-
40' _
: ''i T. J..Cockshutt ?jas; elected chairman It is known that he is being urged to were only three men and thirty-six The different .t "

r: make the race by a large number of women. Several of these acknowledged -
1>-P'f': pro tern of the boaod until the Oil Stove .
1'.i.; :; next regular meeting. *" the prominent citizens of Volusia to Prof. earn that they knewof i

:,.' w :! v The. minutes. of the I lat meeting county and that"the pressure being others who had the stolen blanks, The improved ton \

brought to bear on him is not confined but none have yet acknowledged that a
of the board read and
,,:U).t were approved. : to any one of the factions that he or she had them, neither has he Stove /t'
z Reports of Justices of. the Peace .
: L. K. Myers and C.T. McBride were are fighting for supremacy in that been able to persuade any one totell Gives best results. }'
received. county. It is understood that all are him from whom they were purchased,
: Reduces fuel expense.
prepared to unite with Judge Stew- though a reward has been offered
Warrant No. 12310 drawn
at the
and the perpertrator will be found A working. t\ 1
art as a leader.Comingfrom.
n last
of the
meeting dated
sooner or later. flame at the touch of the .
the oth-
!,t'." June 4,1907, for $7.00 in favor of Jacksonville "; .
match. "Blue Flame" the hottest flame f
. J. 1C Osban was cancelled er evening the edit<*-of the Pfalatka means :t .-
on account 11
of(being News had the pleasure of the com- Breaking It GemUy."How produced by any stove. The New Perfection .!
erroneously drawnon much coal is there. Susan .
the general fund, the same'being pany of Hon. James E. Alexander.Mr. How long will It last?" will make your work lighter. Will not over '

j for items under two separate funds Alexander: "Well ma'am it Will last qulti heat the kitchen. Made in three sizes, with. };i 1

Judge Stewart will probably bea awhile If you don't have any fires." and three burners. '
and the clerk is instructed to cancel Then there one, two, Every stove war-
Isn't much left?
t said warrant. candidate and he will sweep the There isn't any left, ma'ara." ranted. If not at your dealer's, write to our .. < 1

N=a: The treasurer's report was received state. He is a very popular man and nearest agency. .

i, T and checked up and paid warrants de- would make an;ideal governor. He Materialistic )I... ..

stroyed. has been making a quiet canvass and Sir James Crichton-Browne. the English The '
physician!: speaking before some A j.
has convince himself that is chancesare
Bond of R. E. Murphy to carry members of his profession protested

Smith & Wesson revolver No.394,499 most excellent. We want Judge against the tendency.to adopt too mate- gives a clear, steady light. Fitted with s ,

calibre 38 was approved and permit Stewart to run on his jail record. rialistic m explanation of man. The latest improved burner. Made of brass ,U

_, issued. Seems funny don't itBut do you raw material of a medical practice b* throughout and beautifully nickeled. it 4

t The clerk's report of tax redemp- remember that some years ago Con- I came force a the mere brain contrivance of this of matter and Every lamp warranted. Suitable for library, ; jj
: poor consumerof
tions and purchases during the gressman Houk, of Tennessee, got pills and potions a '"' lue-1ike substance dining room, parlor or bedroom. If not at J l

k month of May, 1907, were received. drunk while in Washington and was nine-tenths water, with a little your dealer's, write to our nearest agency. 4 .

clerk 'run in.' His enemies at home printed phosphorus thrown In. "They left us STANDARD OIL COMPANY #
The is instructed to order one ( ) '<. t't'Incorporated
man said Sir James, with a smashing ,
.gross of lead pencils for use of board. I a cartoon of him looking through fiure.eoa. motor car, self made and self f\ ) :

Letter from Chas. J. F. Campbell, the bars of a jail. Houk took thisas started with no passengers and no -- f

town clerk of Melbourne, notifying his cue in the next canvass. He chauffeur: moved by a series of explosions : Rochester Gas ", 4p

the board as to contraction of town had a calaboose made with grated or redistributions of energy and Engines ;

_ corporate limits, was received and windows, which he got inside of and rushing on to inevitable destruction." -

.. the same is referred to the commissioner -. drove ver the district making How'ThU! HEW DESIGN

'S, ; of that district. speeches. His majority was increased We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for ,

Letterfrom Paul Kroegal commissioner from 2,000 to 20,000. any case of catarrh that can not be cured byHill's I TwoCycleThreePort- .
Cata'rh Core.
of St. Lucie county relative to "Stewart has also had a short jail F.J.CHENEY & CO.,Prop.Toledo, O. ,
We, the undersigned have known F. J. g -- '
record. You will that
to Ferry at Sebastian river was received as
Cheney' for the last 13 years and believe him
and referred to the commissioner attorney for the Stetsons he secured perfectly honorable in all business transactions _
of third district. the celebrated Dr. Weightnovel let- and made financially by their able firm.to carry oat any obligations r : : One to Four Cylinders ;

The tax collector's report of poll ters. When called upon by the courtin WEST&TECAX,Wholesale Druggists.Toledo r 21-2 to
W ALDI"G. KISXAX & MARVIN, Wholesale ,
'i taxes/cpllected during the month of Tampa to tell how he obtained the Druggists Toledo O. .

June 1907," amounting to $8.00 for letters, Stewart refused and was i Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally actIng tOO H. P. "
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
the year 1906 was received. placed in jail for contempt. His of the system. Price 75c. per bottle.Sold
by all druggist Testimonials free. Cut of oar new design 2 cycle, 3-port.double cylinder 4
friends and have all
. & Tax collector's report of licenses managers gone Hall's Family Pills are the best. Made up one to four cylinder 2J to 100 H. P.
t collected during the month of over this jail experience with him '.
5 h. p. 2-cylinders, weight 125 pounds, price complete. ;
y June 1907, amounting to $45.38 and we believe that if the case is Weekly Weather Report. 1 with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft -, \ $185 00 :f

"' before the it JCPITEK, FLA., July 2. 1907.
for the state and $41.13 for the coun- properly placed people 16 h. p. 4-cylinder, weight 395 pounds, price complete
Comparative statement of temperaturesand
: ty was received. will win him 20,000 votes. I tell you rainfall far the week ending Tuesday. with reverse clutch, propellor and shaft $500.00

.Pension application of Henry L. its great. The people want some- 1907 190tjD.'TE. .
Record of"Baby Bullet" with a Rochester t'
ux.II". ;\I,x.fIX.. 1
thing spectacular. They want
Hagy was approved. a man I
June 2ti. y. 72 :"6 76 Eau Gallie to Palm Beach, time $1 hours. Entered ten races, more than 100 miles.mat
Pension application of William S.NorwoodVas who has done something even if he :!T. r3 72 w3 77 ins: every lap with a variation of less than 30 l'e'Oofls. Palm Beach to Eau Gallic 120 miles,
approved. did get in jail for it. :2S.'.9. rs Nj 71 79 t'6 06 71 76 S 3.1 hours. All this running without a hitch. Write me for catalogue and prices. \

Pension application of Joseph W. "Volusia county is solid for him- 30. 14 71 56 77 G. F. PA.DDISONEa'.1
July I: KJ 72 "7 76N
Osban was approved. Perkins and Parkinson, Codringtonand _. .4 Nj 75 Gtllio, : : F1or1.cl.a
Petition of Geo. M. Robbing et al, Prevatt, Morrison, Sams, and Total rainfall for the week 2.13 inches.
Departure rainfall for the week plus .S3
- praying for a special tax of five mills your humble servant, Jeems." inches % TITUSVILLE LIVERY STABLE }
rainfall since Jan. 1st, minusS
in road district No. 1 for road Departure
pur- I OS inches.

.. poses, was received and compared The Stolen ExaminationsOn U.Official 1..lhRDI in Charge.. t: Feed and Sale Stables

' 4 with 'a certified list of registeredfree that subject the Ocala Star says: r- -- 1

holders in said district and it Everyone has heard of the sensation Cures Blood, Skin Diseases, Cancer, 4 I\V/M SADDLE HORSES
: = appearing that a majority of said i created when a shipment of examination Greatest Blood Purifier FreeIf t

registered free holders had signed ; blanks, for the 1907 examina- your blood is impure, thin, diseased BUGGIES
s; hot or full of humors, if you ha\e blood
said petition it is ordered that the tions, sent by express from the state poi,on, cancer carbuncles, eating sores SURREYS

prayer of said petitioners be granted superintendent's office at Tallahasseeto !scrofula t-czema, itching, riin;.:# and : and TURNOUTS
.bumps, seaaby: pimply skin, hone pains, .
r T and the tax assessor of Brevard Starke, were stolen and not only I catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or ? + of all kinds

; : county'is instl ucted to carry out said used, but many more printed from skin disease, take Botanic Blood Balm t Hauling, Etc.

' special road tax millage on the as- them. These blanks were sold in (H. I>'. B. ) Soon all sores heal aches ,
and pains stop and the blood i is made
roll for 1907. Tallahassee. Ocala and other pointsat J. M. OSBAN Tftttsiiile Florida
<.' sessment oure and l rich. 1)rpgsts: i or by expres:! > ,
r;; The board not being prepared at prices ranging from $1;) to ?20 per 'H per large t*>ttle. :Sample! free bv" writz -
in mlOllllm Co.. .Atlanta (,; B. B. :
,, this meeting, the time for equalizing set, among the colored applicants for B. is especially advised for chronic, deep- NOTICE FOR ri'KLlCATION JAMES C. SPELL

the tax books for 1907 was extended schools, and, by the way, it is supposed seated cases, as it cures after all else!: lai'.s.;:, Vpi-mt'ui III the inu'rior. i
I. '1:':. ;1t'"I .:."ville.]) F's. and
until the meeting of the board in August that the colored people did the Jean 17th. IW7 i Physician Surgeon f

1907. stealing and selling of the blanks. C.A.STO It T.Lt. t.t'-: brr.by scmu that rfargairt M. 'Phone 17TITUSVILLE
t Bear tieSignature iC9 K 4 i11t *:zz i n7Jo": A'.fti. one of the aeirs lilr the heirs cof Fn-d;
The clerk is instructed to order Prof. Cam and Prof. Workman, who ; L '1-.:itloek. deees-.d. ,;S"Courteuay. Fla.has FLA. it

necessary stationery for the clerk's was assisting' him in the examinationof ofSay.Mn.f U ''T..M! rtice of livt intention to make final ; . _._
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':r yeur proof it sapjunt of li r claim : ;
office. the thirty-nine colored applicantsfor -,1 ,-:.t.y Xo. 31. >12. mldt.II 11th.I ..araisaazifld

The East Coast Advocate is designated school certificates, became very i Ai:f...r-i.23S.!th. :..I..rthl'a"t J'tIJt'31.'luJrt.'r taII'I:'ti.atat':.tion 13.: ; a PIOZ S RIF

as the paper to publish the last suspicious when a number of the applicants .' w.i l,.. nude N-fun1 irk Cin-uit ( mi
'T : .-.iHt'.i-I.Juy: :-ltn.lIU7! 1i i1Vu1
made from 90 in the 1
acts of the legislature.The up ;-.!Lcthe f'lwwiiis) Witnesses 'r.\.-
tax assessor allowed $100 for grades, and most of them nearly a .t:iiuou-i rM len'-.- njmii and l cultivat
ie ssii.l latt'l. viz: : KtlwaM M Vhaley.U. 'Wvtii
Y sending out tax notices to the taxpayers hundred in arithmetic, in fact a good Hama U. ;i. UK.-'hf. ar.n: f.. J. LaIIENltl' -

of them made nearly hundredin ., / -. :.ll.fOHftMy. .
of 1907.Warrants many # Rva s .:.. I'iIIII.! lc'I..t'rFor
were ordered drawn aggregating all of the studit.'s.that they hadbeen
f sew Ibeasbijra t
the following amounts on examined in up to the time Professors v' >, C. '! .u, it you dun ocM-asyon use Agents-An Opportunity S.1i

x: l the various fumktene..lI Carn and Workman began to MAGIC WHITE SOAP. "THE OLD WORLD

s Prof. Carn quietly Uab Ma_J" --o soiled parts leave their in
fund.----_________________ s07.t. grow suspicious. walt:r OJ' ;;. */ No bo.. ..;: ::o \\.sbi.tian'.sto
Road fund district Xo. I -__ _______ 2JMIeo passed' out to the applicants a set of htckache. If: rOU use MAGIC WHITE AND ITS WAYS"BY '
.. .. .. _____ t.3.. I SOAP" W!.. ron easy as maw has no rosin 'I'I I looking ever the HENRY BOSCH CCM-
.. 71---_ 2.30 last year's blanks on grammar erasing like in yellow *o :p. Get :your rr certoonler i PAN Y WALL PAFEa sample at your
--__- or s.>i<1 us $' 'II for I N>\ of |fx> 5'!. cakes. home- .ttir.< come n.if>], in
.:______:_ 2"7 William own c ycrea
Spec road fund dis. 2 132.3 the date, and says it was a circusto : We IMJ' loriiii.,.... Sate the wrappers. Jennings Bryan I f .y chair! You can make a better select-Ma f
: :: :: 3-----------4"IIIIII"241.3.1:: : : see the facial expressions on a -- -- -- NOW READY FlIt SOLICITORS II; that way than by ransacking '!le IItorn II.: j

= Game warden fund.--------------- 33-*' of the would-be teachers. LEGAL. NOTICE :>71. Imperial<< >ujrlKngrtviu I Yea see the whole lin.- 'he .-ry la.i't4Csi l
6 ? great many 'ns-the iove-t t.'s and richest
Fine and forfeiture fun.I---------- ? 111.33Wise The Eureka Fish Company IO1..rJ.-r.t.tt"f1 : ; ;;* from Pbotugrapha taken by Mr. I I ,
do color effects including imported' patterr
stalled .
not a
They were Jiscwutinue-1 business June l-t and will lryan.Krcounts I .
--- Everything good in wall paper in thBoMh
They scratched their heads win South thing. visits to all nati"... The illlIk of line.
Counsel From the and go out of Im.'intss as soon as l"lb.ible.Ir. : greatest
' r' "I want to give some valuable adviceto continue the business under the name and it. The ajjeiit"" harvest Outfit FREE. New York-Cbicaao Will call with p.-ica.Bosch Samples
asked They
those whq suffer with lame back and ed over and questions. style of Eureka Fish Company nut incorpor- Send;() rents to <'*ver mailing and handling. ; any hour you name. Lwk

-g kidney trouble." says J. K. Blankenship, knew, like the soldiers in the charge ated. with Mr. George Brockett as manager, The Thompson Pub Co. St. Louis Mo. them over to your heart's, coo-
to an to buy fish to supply his dbtributing housesat : tent -ootth least obi.: atiuD to I.
r of Beck, Tenn. "I have proved that had f ad.
.of light brigade some one - -- 7..r w; -r-
Columbia and Charleston, S. C., but will
r' absolute certainty that Electric Bittel'S'will John Whitc'5 traa tM 3cAcia Wail i>aV.'V.ELDRED*.
1. cure this distressing con I blundered. The grades made an not run any bolts of his own. Co."t7 I
Alt are hereby notified not to sell LOWSY1C.2.: KT 1.f..Y:
j jj dition. The first bottle gave me great relief average of 20. Some of the teachers anything persons to Mid Eureka Fish Cu.F.Terry, [ )iab IO;:; ,. :. ,' .s -
: 1 cJ'; and after taking a few more bottle. those who had evidently not proprietor except for cash as no bills will be 3RWoI..rI..t iI ..
co. IfrswlFUlS
that '
was completely cured, so completely paid by said Frank S. Terry. .n. .
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recommend this the question blanks, plodded FE.VXK S. TERRY, < .
it becomes a pleasure to bought Signed ri '
-i :' ;; ,l! ; The Up-to-Date Painter and Decorator
Sold under gaurantee at Prop. Eureka Fish Co. : .
; great remedy. right ahead with the last :year's Brockett, and Hides.i I
r- Pharmacy and Banner Drug George; Manager.
.1 I Ir;. Titusville Store. Price 50c. blanks, never suspecting that any Titusville, Fla,Jane 7th. 1907. :;k &J TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.v

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s It you Icrent a regular,'etJ'ttl.mnye'mea'of the'
J1fi .:.: K>W I everydaryou'reUlorwUlbe. Kwprour
; lit is Being Done Toiards the De- dowels open,and be well. Force In the shape of
\ .' violent physic or pill poUon.I*danceimis. The
mootfeeit.eui.st,mot perfect way of keeping
of the Peninsula the bow..lc clear and clean la to take
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31.R",Y < Cigar shipments from Tampa for Typewriters

f J!': }the. week ending June, 15, 1907amounted ,

to 4,855,000 PreviCTis-
"' r.-
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'jJ..' 'Iy reported shipments during the year r. .

.:.; amoumted to 124,300,000 cigars making

;.' ';. ;a grand total of 129,155,000 For i Agents for the Celebrated

y f?'.. : '=,1906 up to June 15, Tampa shipped

: 'i.';: only 117,275,000 cigars. The increase EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY -- '
t.. Fleaiant, Palatable Potent, Taste Good Do
'. !: .&' -- for the similar periods in favor of tne Good Never 8t in.Weaken or Gripe;10.K and .
;0 cents perbos. Write for tree sample,and book FAYSHOLESTypewriter
"1 -j:. In and new' .
: current: years 11,275,000 et on health. Address 423
...}. %'\b' ''' cigar factories are coming to the city Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New Tort.

3 t't. ">-< f\-, .. to employ several thousand more men ,KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANOne

,4tt, ta swell these figures to still greater '

b :f j; proportions.Tamna Tribune. of the boys on the A. C. L.

pier Tuesday morning put up a jokeon
? ,; r On and after June 1 the immigration
the pelicans. He took a long pieceof .
fee per head will be increased $2, or
.i : stout twine and tying a small shiner
.. .l to$4, qn immigrants landing in this t tf
1!- o each end threw.it among the birds.
i *. '.\ country. This affects the immigrants
:. Instantly one pelican swallowed the i-Florida
; tt... .coming here from the Bahamas, who fish on one end and another 6n the 1,000 now used

f;f at present pay but $2 for their landing
; other. Then the first one wanted togo
t. privilege. Last year nearly eleven .:-
rJ one way and the other bird startedto
,...,; Y : hundred of these immigrants, mostly
go the other, and of course both
colored, passed through the port of
were brought to a sudden halt. At-
2 4y Miami, and so far this year, six hundred -
ter a long struggle the pelicans broke .
is- ''' have been landed here. It is the
the string. The same boy again tried J'.
: .. roc: purpoSe of the increased fee to force
the trick but this time the pelican
1 a better class of immigrants to come .
; jlr" swallowed one end and then flew off .
'f ... over, or keep out the class that have ,
I the others following him and tryingto
-. been coming In.-Miami l t'opo1is.
: get the fish at the other end of the ..
1 Ii 6- The Baptist convention has been ,
.. tring-St Petersburg Times. ,
) > called to meet in extra session at Lake
: The New York Packer of Saturday
t o City July 24. The occasion will be
says that the cantaloupe market broke
,' :- for the convention to decide whetheror k
heavily during the week on Florida a
.. .
it will found and maintain a
not -- - --
lock. Receipts of Floridas were 76
; State Baptist college at Lake City. The
;-t cars, California 5, Georgia 2. The late -
building and grounds of the old State i-
received by Lyon Bros. Co. FlorIda -
: university have been offered to the Typewriters
stock is showing up poor. )1 on.day's -
-j convention together with $150,000 In
: market was: standards, $2 and
Y cash. This is the first time the State
k $2.25; ponies, $1.25. Market broke .
convention has been called to meet in ALL MAKES ALL PRICESTerms
; Tuesday when 18 cars were receivedto .
i ,
: extra session. The basis of represen-
$1 and $1.25 for standards and 75c
tation is two delegates for every
: to Suit
for ponies. Thursday $1.50 was reached
:fl church and one additional delegate for
on standards and Friday most sales
every twenty-five members over 100.
were made at that price. First Geor- Typewriter Repairing a Specialty
A sad drowning accident occurred at
glas came in Thursday. The stock
Tampa's new suburban -
Sulphur Springs,
but small, standards selling
resort, Friday when Buford Lever- was good __ -- _n. _____ __ .
$2.50 to $3, ponies $150 to $2. Friaj's -
ette, aged 8, son of James,W. Lever-
market was a little higher. California -

ette of Tampa, lost his life. The boy receipts were late in getting in. RIBBON'S'Ve

from the dam when he
; was Sales were made at $6 and $7 for
lost his balance and fell into the wa-
standards and $4.50 and $5 for ponies.
Ribbons be and
irfi ter. His father and an uncle were guarantee our to Non-Filling
J. ;.. .
not far away but were not made aware Best Medicine in the World for Colic Durable

F :.;., of the accident until attracted by the and Diarrhoea"I

tt" shouts of some fishermen who, from a find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 75 cents each, or $7.00 per dozen. For any mach-

: ...J' distance, had seen the boy falL They and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the be t
;. did everything possible to effect a remedy in the world," says Mr. C. L. ine. Any color.
Carter, of kirum, Ala. "lam subject
\- rescue, but without avaiL The body colic and diarhoea. Last spring it seemed
: was recovered later in the day. as though r would die, and I would if-1 ----- -- --
: hadn't taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
For years past the spongers who sail
4 F and Diarrhoea Remedy, and this
t out of Key West have told of :a spring I norning I feel like a new man." For CARBON PAPER '

of fresh water which boiled up on ale by Red Cross Pharmacy and Banner o

Pine Key, which is about twentj.fhe Drug tore Our Carbon Paper is the Best. $1.65 to $1.00 per '

miles this side of Key West Now the

0 report comes here that the F. E. C. Good Road MaterialTo box, 100 sheets to the box.

railway works on Pine Key are being the south and east of Punta Gor-

supplied with water from the spring da are thousands of acres of the best Can furnish any size, any color.

i and it is possible that the supply can road building material in the State.It .

t be developed enough to furnish water consists of clay, shell and rock

for all that end of the ready mixed for pavingVhen laid
4 purposes on ex-

( tension. This, if true, is one of the down and packed by mauls or I1ass'ng
most important features of th- e\en wagons It becomes as hard aa ray

i t sion works, and will greatly assist the rock, does not pulverize into dust to be

construction of the line which has blown away bv the wind nor turn into .

been handicapped by lack of water.- mud when wet. Its fine properties for

.r ':f Miami Record. road making appear to have been only Jacksonville Fla.

recently discovered when a lot of Itwa3 ,
Mr Hauckmeyer, of Largo, was
used in making sidewalks and '
walking about his grove place, near
street crossings in Punta Gorda
the lake east of Largo. Saturdav event I t'
These are here to show for themselves .
i lag when he felt a stinging sensation

$ and the are as jeolid and haul as any .,, .. .... t tQ
in his right tide; above his> hip. lIe i ;P" ::' ."" ' : '''' ''' '" "' .T ='1IiI
brick pavement The discovery of)
hurried home and it was ascertained
;__ _
h this vast supply of superior material "F'I ____
: '\o ZIfJIr! =-
4 that he had been hit by a stray rifle
solves the good roads problem for lie
I ball. The doctor failed to locate the j
Soto county, for it is close to the ri.l ,
ball by' probing, and the victim is not
road. easy to set at and dig up and
w in danger, so he will probably carry
the owners of the land would ,loihr
the lead through life This Is another -
f less sell at, a very low pnc .Punta SEA
case wherein it seems that a mani QIIEEI'TOF ROIITES j
Gordi Herald
i; justified. in keeping hunters off bis Pi1ABRLAllf p

. place. The strange incident oHauckmeyer's Constipation !!

'" wound is that he did
Fr constipation tliertis nothing iiuteMHIKV.I' 4
.; not hear the report of any gun.-St. ChamltM stomach and I <:::> / ./ 9/

Petersburg Inleptndent Liter Tahiti" The a'mivs! produce a J"V <, J Merchants & Miners Steamship Lines .

; pleasant movement ot the Imwf w Ithout t-

Bad Burn Quickly Healed disasiwaWe! ffuct Price:> tvnts .BET\VEEN---
I Titu-side I'liannatv and Banner Thug) D1ARRHEAA ( j
k, "I am so delighted with what Chamlierlain's More
I Salve hay done fjr me that I

t. frel l bound to w rite and tell von K," says For Over Sixty Years :':' 1tE l: D : ...'Y... SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
-- .
, -1 i Mrs Robert Alytton, 4;.7 John M., Ham -=- ... .,=-- / .. ,
ilton. Ontario. "Mv little daughter had Mrs. Wm !owoothinr: ; :Syrup habeen "

I a bad burn on her knee applied Chxra used for over ixtv years bv nullion few doltt>>of this rin <7v' will jlJ.v.rjablv .
Direct Connections for---
of mother for their children white teetiiin. .
lerlam'a Salve and it healed autifuliv lure in ordinary attack II f
.1 1 iv," This salve alllI the painofa "nrn ::, with perfect SUCt'\'S. It soothes the diarrhoea.-

'! almost m tintlv. It is for sale bv Tuns child softens the gums. ala! 's ail pain, It can always te dfpend upon Washington New\ York and Boston.
Mile Pharmacy and Banner Drug' fore cures wind colic, and i is the best reined even in the more severe attars s .f ,
for diarrhoea It will relieve the poO'r cramp c .lu and cholera morl'u.

httlesifferer imm..liatdOJd:; bv dru;;. It 13 equally snuvful for summer

] szists in every part of the worlJ Twenty. diarrhtea- and cholera lufintnm in 1Iuoui'l ticket> oii !sale.it: principal! points.luoimiiodations .
five cent a bottle Be yule and ask for children awl i> the means "f saving

: t CASTOR ")lr8. inflow's Soothing nip." and the lives i>f many children et,'hjtar. ; and] ruNn
tike no other kind Guaranteed under When redmed with water and un.urllas etia

f 4 For Infants and Children the food and dross act, June :JOth, l'HX! sweetened it i; llt'a.mt to t tke. I SEND FOR BOOKLET

., The Kind You Have Always Bought t'rial number 10r.OE'1t3TORIA.( : Every man of a family ehonM keepthis
remedy in hii h'>ine Bnit now '
PRICE 25<:. LARGE SZZE. x)c. II. C. AVERY, l'om'lgent, Jacksonville.
[ Bears theSignature Sean the Its Kind You Hat41F avS Bought! :

of JLgaature: 'Y#.,1-- I' J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.M., W. P. TURNER, P. T. M.,


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.x : ;!t ;' Haft'Kldnej frroufele Enormous Shipment I EXECUTIVE I I II'Y

''y .. a act Don't Know it. I The cantaloupe and melon shipments ; f

.-: from Marion county this spring
How To ZladOttt, Dominican Treaty Signed. l j
-'m" : t"Fill a bottle or common glass with your have been something enormous. We The treaty drawn between the

";:t- 'J4'v.water. and let it stand twenty-four sediment hours; a have no means of knowing exactly the United States and Santo Domingo was XVVX\V\ \\YNX\Y\XY\Vi\VX ", ,
or set-
fr tling indicates a& number of cars but by the time all of signed by the president at his Oyster ,
'" -J'J. f unhealthy condk'tioa Bay home last week. It having already
1oJ 1-
the fruit is off it will not miss tOO
t ... of the kid- been ratified by the Dominican congress -

.. neys; if it stains loads very far. J. D. McDuffy Is and the United States sefeate. CASTORIAtfTIS
; linen is This settles definitely the -
your it. winding up the cantaloupe. shipmentsand treaty question
evidence of kuiDel of the collection of Dominican
r will get off 30 cars and is now
'1:. trouble; too revenue and makes the. Island republic -
his watermelons. He
frequent desire to commencing on
f' virtually an American dependency. ,\.:\: VCwoSSco: SJ ,\,
.' -j pass it or pain in had 133 men, women and boys in the
Ef the back is also Oklahoma Census Ordered. .. 1
w fields and packing house last week The Kind You Have Always and which has
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- Upon the advice of Attorney General Bought, been .
: dot are out of order.' gathering and packing the fruit. The Bonaparte the president has In- in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of 1

'V ', what to Do. tomato and bean shipments from the structed the secretary of commerce and has been made under his personal -

4r;.J often There expressed is comfort that Dr.in tl" ,:luowledee: '* Swamp-so county will aggregate many cars. All and labor Mr. Straus, to have the f supervision since its infancy. ;\
Root the great kidney remedy-fulfills( every ia all, it is doubtful if the county ever census bureau make a special enumer- Allow no one to deceive you in this. )
wish in curing rheumatism pain in the had better crops or received better All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but -i1 1

: back kidneys liver bladder and every part prices.-Ocala Star.Prominent Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of -
} of the urinary passage. It corrects inability lof Oklahoma and the Indian Territory Infants and Children-Experience -t s
hold against Experiment.
to water and scalding pain in passing for the purpose of determining the
It, or bad' Floridian .11.
following use of liquor f
distinction of the
: population among
I wine necessity or beer of, and being overcomes compelled that to unpleasant go often (Gainesville Sun.; .. .. .... subdivisions which the state will What is CASTORIA t '

during the day. and to get up many times Information has reached this city be divided should the new constitu-

\ during the night. The mild and the extra- of the serious illness at Cedar Key of tion be approved at the polls. The administration Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Pare- r

s ordinary effect of Swamp.Root is soon David Yulee Reed who is suffering understands that this goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant .It Q
realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful constitution would be likely to gerrymander -
cures of the most distressing cases. front typhoid fever of the severest the state favorably to the contains ,neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ';

7' If you. need a medicine you should have the type. He was attended Wednesday Democrats. The work on the new cen- substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms .

best. Sold by druggists in 50c.andl. sizes. evening by Dr. J. Harrison Hodgesof sus Is to be commenced as soon as the and allays Feverishness. fit cures Diarrhoea and Wind t.

wonderful You may have a sample bottle of this this city who received a summons necessary blanks can be provided. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ;..

4'- and a book : by telegraph. William C. Hunt, chief statistician of and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the 1 i

;i more about it,diSCOVery.; Mr. Reed is a prominent man the census bureau will have immediate Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. J r

a: absolutely throughout the State. He is a'grandson supervision of the work In the field. The Children's l-anacea-The Mother's Friend. < .

':;; address Co.. Binghamton.Dr. Kilmer N.Y.& .When Rome of writing Swimp-Boot.mention of Major David Yulee, deceased China Thanks the President.

+ c; reading this generous offer in this paper. who constructed the first railroad ever I Among the guests at Sagamore Hill GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 11
: the other day was the Chinese minister.
. 4 Don't make mistake bat built in Florida, from Fernandina to
any Sir Chentung Liang Chen who came t f
the name Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Cedar Key, and was at one time Unit- Bears the Signature of
Boot and the address, Binghamptou X.Y. His for the express purpose of bidding farewell ty
on every bottle. ed States Senator. numerous before returning home and to \

' _u __ friends in this section and throughoutthe bear a .message from the emperor of f

The Lowmans May Swing. State trust that there will soon bea China expressing! gratitude for the

,'a (Gainesville Sun.) change for the better. president's remission of a large part

.. Bascom Lowman Mr. Reed Is receiving the best medical of the big indemnity claimed on account 4
and son. George of the Boxer rebellion. China

e Lowman, charged with the murder of attention It is possible to give him. evidently regards this act as an expression
s #F The KM You Have a
,11 Punlap Phinney at Raleigh a \te-w Committee to InvestigateThe of the friendship of the United Always Bought

=; weeks ago, were arraigned before States.

County Judge Benjamin Friedman at committee created by the legislature In Use For Over 30 Years. 1
to continue the investigation of
g Bronson Friday and were remandedto
the acts of the trustees of the internal THC CKITTMIII COMP* TT MUMIUT TPLL:. MEW TOM CIT t
jail without bail, notwitbstand'a- r
improvement fund from the beginningof
e that a hard and stubborn fight was Knox Against Nationalization.
the trust to the present time met
made to give them temporary freedom Pennsylvania'sfavorite son," Senator -

under bond. and organized in Tallahassee Monday Knox. took his stand on the question -

afternoon. The committee consistsof of federal and state powers in j
The Incident of this killing is re
Senators Trammel, Cone Leggett; delivering the annual address to the
membered by every reader of The Sun
class of the Yale Law '
Representatives Reese Carter Knight graduating
On Saturday night, June 8, these Low. and Matthews. Organization of the school his special theme being "The VICTOR '

mans saw Phinney coming from a Development of the Federal Power to
committee was completed by chosingMr.
'4 store in Raleigh, when they hot him Regulate Commerce." lie replied particularly Talking[> Machines Supplies and
Carter as chairman, Mr. Reese as ,
t i i- down. They were arrested-tho father to the

Monday and the son on Wednesday vice chairman and Mr. Trammel as proposition advanced t Records sold by the
secretary. Expert accountants ar- by Senator
1: following, and were take i to Bronx I L
ri+ti Monday nigh and work began Beveridge
x son, where the preliminary hearingwas I BS-/ morning. All sessions will in support of =_- INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

held. the child labor r .
all with charges
be open and persons '
the trustees will have bill pointing -- ,, TITUSYILLE[ FLORIDA
4 4-f Your Liver against an opportunity out that production ,

'rr is out of order You po to bed in a bad to be heard. It Is the In- Is In nosense "

humor and get up with a bad taste in tention of the committee to thoroughly ? ,r commerce

your mouth. Yoa want something to investigate all official acts from the and holding that
stimulate your liver. Just try Herbine,
beginning of the trust. congress may
the liver regulator. A positive cure for
----- -- -- legislate only
constipation, dyspepsia and l all liver com Florida East Coast Railway r
within the
I -Z plaints. :Mrs "F-, Ft. Worth, Texas, y scope

writes: "Have used Herbine iii my family .,. of Its constitutional -
Local Time Card No. 10. In Effect April 1907.
for years. iWonla can't t'xprPFs what '-'f y Ls: ; powers. ,
: ..Hp: the Horse I It. "-
i'. I think about it EwryUxly in uiy i lie says that SOUTHBOUND-READ: DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ.
: K) article U more useful (.
't, household are happy ami well. and we "legislative discretion -
about the stable than Mica '
owe it to Herbine. Sod! by THugville } Axle Grease. Put a little on J extends to the means and not So. 3j' o. 291'' STATIO\3 \-o. 78\!lo. 2a( ...,.,.
1. Pharmacy and Banner Dru 'Store.d the spindles before you "hook to the cuds." lu of this 00 Dally i I_Dally jDaily I
4 t u," -it will help the hone auJ f support poISl- 00 N -6 (.U.II9-Dta Lv...__....Jackoncille------__..tr: 7 Z's-s.-Ij tuts,
bring the load home quicker. r ion enator Knox cited a long line N 6 NM 9 2..M .. ___..;ouch Jcrk..wvtlie....... v' 7 Jr4 I IS 4'as 1
;:! Punta Gorda's Fish Industry. of judicial opinions including the relent 7 :'loll 11I.wa: "- ...._....:-\"n"tme......._._. '' / 6 Fs 7 .01.11I: (i) 1
AXLE := 11).jpM 11 iota! _............. UIL.tin !....._. ..... i 6 2rs1 6 4asi:
Punta Gorda Herald.) MICA : n
:H ( decision of the supreme court de- _8_O4a 11.T..Ji...: LT..Ia..t: .b.lk..b 51'4 67eltj i

The spring fishing season closed last ivered by Justice Brewer In the Colo- .. 8.s 1200'1r; _.___._ Pro'.ltlL.-.I.",T IS toes( 0
; 7 4.pM 1115n J.\ ...... .... Pas 3uvwl 6 teas'925Q'4
GREASE rado-Kansas case. In this view it was t1 I .. : Iir'2.... Z
Saturday and all our fishermen and 3 2.4-11 ,\ ._.___:-an 3 atsr 51Oe I ,
tf. t maintained that the desirability or{loful:1fity )- M a alga 7 s tI l0t J.\- San" Mateo.trl! Y2'4tIJI!, -
.: the dealers are observing the law U'rais vttt-better than any 0'\ _- : ==::::.. -..: jM
o.hcr gTed&r. Coats the axle: ,. ..i! of a measure was beside the 9 ";,,. l23::;* L\_. .......lum..U.L\ -12'PM',:::'e, M..(
and taking a rest. The season was smooth surface of :I+ 4+b5 -LulKn!_ 4 1+1 2es
/ with a hard 'juestioii so Ions as congress had 01. I ; h Ii :: :: I
S' powdered mica which reduces y" C : It' =.::= Ormond.== 3 S54 4 SWn : (j
-$: up to the average in the amount of ;{ friction. A..k the dealer forMica power to enact it. ._ I II'> '.5x.. 1254: ____ DaytQna_ I 34x': .. -I-/J/!
the tch'and the financial returns, Axle Grease. f: : '' to v' 1 :tss, .. _._I'rt 4'range-...__.._ 3 3IPx I 4 :v.." ::r
c Lawmakers Disobey Hughes. be lU'Ca: 2 \r.--"W : myroa I.v 3 ii s 34
U STUiuaa ou.COMP&XTEstablishment A t ft .= "i- : : =-..:-:-- -: -I.:: Q
and all' concerned are well pleased. '" l.eoorpera1e4 The New York legislature adjourned N r..l l': ;ll.1 .. ; rl:1keHe: :'-"'" tj. %r ... ,,-
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; the I' :t.s 4 ;1It. Unage l t"tn'I'J :* 1 61.-" .
to t..t'
Since Januar1st and up without having passed either the ...
; reapportionment -
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close the shipments from this port or direct nomination bills c: 1 I.t.rq 2 1'1+11 Lr__.._:.ew 6tnma: : ._.....Ir 3'"': 4 (..La 0 ,.....
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carloads in bulk vhk-li tin governor in special messageshad C !- 2:1; M, ak 1 1u. L.; :l .I. \ 34OUl := ... .JI.
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and l.SOi barrels. For the fall season n demanded in the name of the people 11 ;'4M !j TiVR) .tr:.._......,;a.i;.rd __ _._;l.v. 11 m'1Ml' 6M _. .
and a call for an extra session wasSisbraska O ; i1 n :tin J.\t .. .._.......:-.111.1'4' _.._...._...:\1' if "At 11 J.J!. :: '.
:: ])preceding, which began August lath \!! a'iticipattrl. -:: iy 1 -i"l'VTttU\I1te.\r-c, : -3('!.r _
shipments amounted to 125 carloadsin .rJJ U I. ':t S IIFa, ". __._._Cocoa._. 1 iPN 2 :lw (_:) 9
Reform egis'ature.In =.. Il ,i5, i a.r .____$,+kkdgE_ .J"I 1 I' :214s JZr r-'J
bulk and 2.5S2 barrels. Adding these of Line of SteamersA 1 ').;".., I --.-oa'.lIie J2I 14.44 ,.,. toJ
the legislature <>f Nebraska which: o r- 1': 1 ,rv., Ik'v; .. _w_ --Melbourne.._._ t2iisra I :,j (:) tw
; shipments the total for the fishing special* dispatch from S:. Johns, lIa. jn-,' .... ._.__. ebtitian.a. Il ,&;,.. 1.1L ;.:. II"t. \ ,...
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include within .: i ;- !5 :" "at Lu' ie. lQt l. 12 utsQ
year of eight months New Brunswick says announcement rmriy! joined "lie lbl'ul.Iicall4! in putting I r a'" 'w 6i. .. ..___'ort Pie'e._._' 10 :_ul Ii :. .y Z
the dates, August 13th, 1900 and June establishment through! of the anti< :t..1 6-'V .. ... .._._TIbball,.___" IJ 114All 11 21sr : Z
has been made of the proposed! uinny -oriMI : -
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13th, 1907. amounts to 211 car-loads of a line of steamboats to t'on: law which both parties had t ...._. u ... : :: .v V

t,4, and 7.3SG barrels. i run between St Johns and( Jacksonville j...ilre-l themselves to efore' the !a..t E: itr: := :: J i= :: J:1: : ; C

car-load contains 21,000 vli'otioin. Among the more importantnew vr. 1 '" ; 4'5l ..._._. uesi J'pi.i'r._._...._. _, Io'! ) .4. rf)
;c As each Fla.-with: ports of call at BJS __._ ..... '
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laws thrt direct : ya ; J a '
y; pounds net isonie few have containedas : ton and Bermuda. In connectivu with Mate e_pl'IIN'are. sine coiiimi.-slna primary's; at t>) J ,; .. lf. ... ...._.... I .'. ': : c

much as 2S(1t\)) and each barrel 200 this line there will also be run a line regulate railroad::! rates. antipu, fiii. ,4 W 'ri r7 i ri +. tf ;_.- y f
lJf t :I !J' i
pounds, it follows that the total ship- from Liverpool England, to Jackson 1 local tax.-Uion; of railroads.! tv.vit
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s_" ment of fish from this port for the fishing ville. The St. Johns line will operateone fares, unlimited dam.iesi redaci'ig express i S.Irs P1 r-. ,, ? :4v:, '' ,%s

just closed aggregate C.541.- steamer doing fortnightly service, rates !!T per -eut. uniformity ..f ;------_ ..... t'

year This is to the average. Britain [>roes; of staples !such i :N oiL run!. 1 amber. .. ___! $ :_....m.\r=.:.:.:. .. tfom"_ ..tgd.y :I\.2:...-.{ .
200 pounds. up while the line from Great to .
etc.. life imprisonment for yezg- :IJ&iy r: ;4 aD/laJ'
The above figures are taken from Florida will have: two vessels. The
men, and limiting child 1:1111)r to fourteen .. !
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the railroad books and are not guesswork aim of the promoters of this line is to years of age during schvl term. :'.U. 4; ') ;!t'Mti1-; 9.1. o.l,) I I'..::, No.1b So. i No.:: .t"" :"

It or estimates by the Herald re- secure the patronage of many people! Allison Still In the Ring. i"nalr'a U'f ..1'.0na.; .I ...:i Daily I \.11'OIT 1.P\'ClI ,! 1..1'J. ljulTean. Daily Daily I ... .r

porter. both English and American who :"ellttlrIIi!:f.n of Iowa has made :J :.0.1"1 ;:.....; h.-Io77.f.;.s; 1 0 9tau1 b'.._. J..c.JIJ"ilIe.-\r'7; c"-: ...-1 fio-n' ,; .. ... .' .r
the winter in Bermuda. and Flor ;,,rra..ls.'+r'r19: Una Lv..5,. J..i: ville.-\r. Stem 5ea Il'I; ,. y i
Smile spend known his l'url'o to ask for another If) 31 1j' :': M. !iI;>"I. :' .... 10 yat I.v.._.Nisi" Ikach...._.1x6 y'&"l 00.1.1I11. 'l.V' ,5s r h ; w
The ida. No existing lines will be interfered term and his friends are busy denying 1" :.-, Ii ::' : ".! i I') H.'f1.\-\.f' lka"hrf; 1- '.... '; ', 1'" s .y
off on baby's i ,',. ; ;.;.ra 411 M3r. .' y.rt..l. :, .1 I .rrol 8i'F5
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{ that won't come appear with by the new company: the the rumors that he l.* incapacitated by -- :: : : ::::::' :_ -- --.
face after ,one the bottle great of worm medicine. business of most of tl" m running to age and failing health. P&M3IA2: : A?3 OCCiLSTU: STEAMSHIP CONMCTICNS: :\ AT SIAffl.

Why not keep that smile on baby s face. the West Indies and rely touchingat Hearst Moves For Rec unt.C .

1' If you keep this medicine on hand you Bermuda. The new service probably 'oun>cl forV.. li. Hearst has filed! Close Connection i Made at Miami with! Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Co.r.paay.
else l hut smiles on
his will face.ne'ere Mrs-anything$-. Wackwell, Ukla will !be: in operation about December bond to make :g' "d the costs of proceedings KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Trains .

peevish and fretful 1st. The name for the new company for a recount of the New
: baby was
writes: "My York and moved that Discharge Passengers at Ship's Sid"0: Transfers.
C would not eat anything and I[ feared will probably be the New Brua&- mayoralty votes
0 I used bottle of \\ bite'sCream I' the court order a summary canvass. -- -
he would die. a wick. Boston and Bermuda St,'amsV p These i': h'Ta";>- <-l ow t'1. t1m at w hkh trainrr.av !.-. ..Jq..A to arrive at and depart
and be has not bad a Acting Mayor )1Iwan'dclt'Il the .. % ,
Vermifuge fomthe.1"tail..m -! h.: :.dr&J'rIT.u"r'f-; r. ; .'. : :: -tlltec11s DOt elaraniett
: sick day since. Sold by TiUwville Pharmacy Company. sK'pleuent.irj; ; I ill placing: the costs on :i- r is t11I.:.' onanvtobehe.d;' r Vru.n.e(f-ra:,} .1\.I1.r; II' y < i->...,.;enceaarhigt5erefrarn.

.a and Banner Drug Nore.OA..EI'rORA.. --- -- -- the city in all cases where the mayor
C.A.STOn.X.A., For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
Thu Kiad Yiu Haie A Nays Bo4! moves a recount. Inter McClellan got
Th6 Kmil Iii Hai8 Ai'aYs SJIght13ignatnre / Bean the : a court order stopping the recount I "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

"t Beira.u Y G B:g aura #+-#./ ending tionality.a test of the law's constitu- J. D. RAHNER, As t. lend Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

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:,. 'fSASK. LIPP Practical Shoemaker. Forty)and seem to be dying. It is a great JAMESPEirCHABDPresident. WINSTONS.BBA TNINGYiee-Pnsidentandcashier.

v a ytart done,nice experience and cheap; all;also kind ladies'of and repairing men's pity for they were very fine trees I

FK& ; shoes made to order. and riverfront.added much to the beauty of the- Is Your Indian River State 'Bank "

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All the World Hair Sick ? COUNTY' DEPOSITORY c(<<

} HEWS NOTESlittle knows: that Ballard's Snow Liniment has Authorized Capital, $100,000; Paid-np Capital, $25,000; Average Depoeits, $200,000 ,r ..; .

no superior for rheumatism, stiff joints, TRANSACTS A
nits, sprains, lumbago and all pains. -
,Happenings That Help to Make Bay it,.try it and you will always use it. That's too bad We had no-

Any body who has need Ballanf Snow ticed it was looking pretty thin GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS '
Up the Weekly newspaper Liniment is a living proof of what it does. -
All we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. and rough of late, but naturally 1
.COCOA\. Price 25c.,50cl and f 1 00. sold by Titus- did not like to speak of it. By LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
._ ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.
"; Mrs.' C. J. Schoonmaker is spending the way, Ayer's Hair Vigor is Exchange bought and sold on all,foreign countries. Patronage appreciated.

a regular hair grower, a per- Prompt service, polite treatment and every favor consistent
the week with relatives in Day-
r From Fertile Florida with conservative banking grantedCORRErPONDEYIS .
fect hair tonic. The hair stops e

tona.Mr. The blackberry crop around Orlando :
-fi and Mrs. R. M. Packard and coming out, grows faster
will be short, due to the long Empire Trust Company, 42: Broadway, New York City The Atlantic National Bask;
soft and smooth. Ayer'sHair
t baby left Washington and the dry spell.It keeps "of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida ..
: Jamestown exposition Sunday. Vigor cures sick hair,
& ? is stated that 1,000 hands are and TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. .
htug Misses Sadie and Edna Snell, of makes it strong healthy.The ,
now employed gathering vege- .
*Eau Gallie, and the Misses Tyson.oft table crops at Anthony. .. best for kind over of a sixty testimonialS 'years-" - -'

Kissimmee, visited in Cocoa on Tues- .. E. L. BRADY & BRO.
Pineapple shipments from Punta I zas.: by.Z.C-Ayr Co..Lowen.]rasa..o ,
of 4
day. & mmnufectorer*
3 Gorda this season have been heavy. I 9 S\2SAAE1LLA.

t Mrs.R. B. LaRoche and sons James Growers have realized excellent I- Groceries Hay Grain and all Food Products.

0 and Clement, of Courtenay, spent prices. hers CBEMT PECTORAL ,

: Monday at the new residence on the We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively .'
There is more or less complaint in the above lines of goods,and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for prices 00
,rte.;. Heights. Gram and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L.BEADY& BRO.TITr SVILLL FLA.
from vegetable shippers in regard to THE COLD WATER ORDEAL ,
Alfred Cleveland, who has been on '
; the shortage of crates.J. .
r-'. the sick list, resumed his position in It Was Once a. Important Teat of
t_, : the Ronald& Fiske store on Monday.Dr. L. Dillard, of Beulah, is a heavy Oailt or Innocence. So Jo 1' RT: N",

watermelon shipper, getting off on The cold water ordeal was tone of the I

W. Lincoln left last week for an average about three cars a week. most important tests of guilt or Innocence Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay, PradueFofit and Kinds,

his home in Philadelphia. a few hundred years ago. If the ,

Y Orange growers around St. Petersburg accused floated, he was guilty; If he VEGETABLES SPECIALTY
well in
Courtenay was represented ,
report very heavy June bloom. sank, he was Innocent In the twelfth #
\ Cocoa on Monday, several launches century some altar vessels were stolen T1t"U.s will. : : Florida.r .

": and the large schooner Marie being This indicates better prospects for from the cathedral of Laon, and the .. --- --- ---------- --------

oranges. learned Anselm proposed that a child
at the docks. =rr=rr-r-rr r rr r r r r-rr- =ir rr rrTITUSVILLE
Reports indicate that the orange from each pariah and then a child from a
fi :,' Dr ,J. O. Schofield left this week
each household should be put to the
crop around .Largo will not be over BOAT CO.
on a visit to Connecticut. test and so on until the guilty one was
.. 50 per cent of normal. Watermelons raised
,. Mrs. Zach Dixon is making a visit found. The proposition a great
however, are plentiful. outcry, and the people clamored that Motors installed and repaired by expert engineers
to her mother in Nyack, N. Y.
Shipments of tomatoes from Little those who had easiest access to the

Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indianola, River this season amounted to 120- church be the first to undergo the or- Marine: RailwaLaunches y 4

7 was a visitor in town on Saturday. 000 crates. Of this amount A. B. .deal.This looked reasonable enough. So -
: carefully stored for the months
: ,. ftlf. The Fiske artesian well, which Janes shipped 50 carloads. the bishop ordered the six priests of summer
: : Messrs. Allen and Key are driving, the cathedral to prepare for the test ===1"= =======1"= === -J r-r===r==r= _
r L..,. .< Last week was the heaviest of the
has a heavy flow, but they will go watermelon shipments from Lees- In the meanwhile Anselm thought to --- -----
try the experiment himself as a pre-
deeper so as to secure'a more permanent burg. From shipments will he bound and :
now on liminary test. bo was Jas. Pritchard & Son
\one. Messrs. Allen and Key gradually become lighter. placed in a tub of water. To his great

will drive a well on the line of the satisfaction as well as discomfort he Titusville, Fla. '
Practically all the early
Key and Fiske lots in the center oft promptly sank. The day arrived and Agents for the
have been shipped from Mt. Dora. with it an immense crowd to see the
the town as soon as this well is com
: Cantaloupes and watermelons are triaL The first priest sank, the second Original T & M Reversible

: : pleted. moving from there now quite freely. floated the third sank, the fourth floated

We are having our summer shows the fifth sank, and then Anselm MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES
s From Avon Park comes a report himself-wonder of Bonders-in spiteof ,
ers and one can hardly realize there _
that an examination of the orange experiments and protested innocence Thoroughly covered by fatents
from the looks of the
was a dry spell groves indicates that there will be floated around with the buoyancy of an The Engine that Runs Without Repairs
4 trees. air bubble. While he was serving his
only about 25 per cent of an average -
Mr. E. Durrance, who has been sentence ID prison Anselm found timeto These motors are safe aud reliable and

: night operator in Cocoa for sometime crop.W. write a learned treatise on the "In- can be operated by alcohol or kerosene
L. Moore of Ocoee is aheavywatermelon expediency of the Water Ordeal and
4 with as good multsas by using gasoline
; has been placed as day operatorat Its Failure In Many Cases."
shipper. He realized
East Palatka.
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$300 from his first car Klffrtm of !!>'. ..... r

: Mrs. C. C. Curtiss and daughter Major J. A. Hendricks is in San- An ear specialist insists that deafness NEW CAS a GROCERY STOREA "
Louise arrived Saturday fora visit affects all the senses. lie says the rea-
{ ford, where he has purchased 25
p is l with Mrs. Geo. Singleton and fam- son for this is that the ear Is only onA .
,'.. in the heart of the dis-
acres celery servant of the sensory service of the
trict. He is going to raise celery on human system. Loss of hearing Is HAY, GUVIN, FRESH f'RlTlD \'hl.ETABLESWe :
Cheerfully Recommended an extensive scale really a partial paralysis of the brain I t)
but owing to the sympathetic connection buy a9 low as possible and sell!! for cash therefore sell the cheaIL ,

t O. G. Hiiibee, Danville, III., writes: Tomato growers at Boynton say of the various sensory nerve centers Look over our Mock and get our prices before buying.
Dec. 2, 1901. About two years ago I Corner slain and Hopkins:treets ;
'was laid up for four months with rheu that they had the most successful sea- 6t the brain the others Indirectly

matism. I tried Ballard's Snow Luurnent son on record. Most of the crop was concerned have to combat for their G. ::s:. SCE3. LT3BC c*? CO.,
R ;one bottle cured me. very life the demoralizing Influence of
sold for cash board the .
spot on cars. ,
I can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering the affected center t
from like affliction. 3oc, 50c and '
Rains at Astatula have caused the -- 1
i $100. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and
How to Cure Chilblains
orange trees to put on a fair bloom.At .
Banner Drug Store .
this point making "To enjoy freedom from chilblains"writes !
.A.. growers are
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lohn Kemp, Ea-t: Oti-hVI l, Me
I t 1' GEORGIANA good money on their tomatoes. Thereare apply Butklpn'rmra Salve have
Miss Eva Owen spent Tuesday ink still some fine tomatoes to beshippt' il! .
Cocoa. from that place. re!"ult*. Guaranteed to cure fever
!sires, indolent ulcers! piles, burn, ;
Mr. and Mrs. Limlerburv went to Thursday of last week a meetingof wound*, fret bites an 1 kin di-east.. _k.

, f .f". Cocoa Tuesday with their daughter, orange and grapefruit growers of at- TituaMlIe. Pharmacy and Canner Dmtore ,! Titusville, Florida '

4 Mrs. Lou Walker. Mr. and Mrs. the state was held at Tampa. The t

Walker left that day for New York object of the meeting was to devise Treasurers Statement PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS

a and New Jersey, and may spend ways to market in a more successful July 1-t 1\1.,7. FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES

J some time at Mr. Walker's old homein manner all future orange and grapefruit :- lalanee r sh on hand June 1. 17 ?1&lls.4i
; Amount received in June 1lIlj .n lt>,(i3T v> PERFUMERYSATAIONERYEtc.'i i
I Maine. crops.

i 1 Capt. Rogero and family left for Farmers Macclenny)' have de- Less warnnts paid Total31.151.7 in June ]\1'-7,and : Soda Water and Ice Cream 4 I
+ t ,,1 St. Augustine on Tuesday's boat. cided to engage extensively in straw- warrants delivered to county comnnvioiier -
*and board\11'I.uhlic in-
' a Business has kept the captain here berry culture next season. Formerly strtutioti____________u'_______u:? h.tilt.,7 .

: for several months. strawberry growing in that vicinitywa. Our prescription department is in charge of an ex-
B"laUl"4.'c.-4.h on hand July 1.197 fit: v 1.70 j '
a very profitable industry, butit perienced man, and our drugs and chemicals are all new ,
:i Mrs. BrownE:' left Daytona Beach The above amount is ht'I.1S follows: and fresh and conform in purit and strength to the new ., I
has been abandoned lately for
for Chicago this \\eek. Miss Mary Deposited in Indian River Ute edition of the U, S. Pharmacopea 1 1ASS4nnAAhRnR I

Allen, who is the eldest daughter of some reason. bank as per c.-d:>hit'r'.(certificate attached -

Cass Allen, formerly of this place, Palm Beach pineapple growers are cash in safe to monthly,_____.sUteiiifUt and;-'1..,11.70 t t

4 accompanies her mother for the sum- shipping daily.Capt G. C. Iatthams"of } M1Arta" .r 41M1a e1 4M1M1A14R.7/
,, futaut'bclollil1 to each fund are as i
4. ; U11UUilfitt11tffflltltfE111iii11IVit(
mer. that place, is sending forward follow: IIt/flllifl: .

't bliss Eva Owen spent a few days about 100 crates daily, ant has also County revenue general fund--.S: : ..3" .

with friends in Lotus last shipped several hundred crates to road and ride 3WIJ5
Tuesday. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware
London. A good late crop is looked ** buildiuz h ne!and forfeiture : -. S3MX"sp U4): ) Cot 4 I IM
Mr Aaron Cleveland in uu
was town ..
1 r d I"d,Dist.I--------i lss
last Tuesday. for.G. :: : -
D. Jackson, who lives in the .*. 3----------- 3.197a
Melons and _
figs pineapples are 4 2"1U.S MACHINE SHOPS
neighborhood of Eustis, has decided '* .. .
warden fund 15-V; >31
these game ---- ;
i very plentiful days, grapes are
that it pays to grow oranges. His property of deceased per s'a ,
I beginning to color and pawpaws are fund-------------------
returns from a five acre grove: last ** school fund ((!general------ li*>:J3< Plumbing
-I coming on fast. There will also be and Metal -1
season were$2,400. He does not rush q!vial tax school dist.1251.01; ; WorkBUILDERS'
1 a few mangoes this year in spite of] : Special School Fund t," Mate aid_ SI i5 :
t' his fruit.to the market before it is
the cold last winter
ripe. He made a small shipment on Total21..11.7i ::
1 Mr. Carl Wittfeld went to Titus- HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
'I' May 20, which netted him at the rate The Right Name ,

ville last Tuesday. I of $3.61 a box f. o. b. Eustis.E. :;
l Jlr. August bherpe, the popular overseer
Mr. C. D.Provost has been picking : A. Thomas, manager of the De- of the poor, at Fort Madison, la., Agricultural Implements

r' pineapples on the Baldwin place the i says "Dr. King's New Life Pills are
:) Soto Fruit Co.. has bought a numberof
rightly named; they act more agreeably;: ,
I 4 past week. i oranges in DeSoto county, in all do more good and make one fed better ;E SANFORD, FLORIDA I

Three of the large pine trees on I about 40 cars. It is estimated that than any other laxative." Guaranty

} ,. the Baine front have been struck by he is paying on the basis of $1.50 per to cure biliousness and constipation. 25c.;
t at Titusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug i ...'
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