The Florida star ( March 27, 1908 )

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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:
March 27, 1908
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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 )

Notes

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:
UF00075901:00277

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

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TITUBV 13I.T.R, FLA., FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1908


NO. 49


NJot tow OlqselVes


AUloie, Si4 for t1le qood of Oteres Also.


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Dr. Mw~r Der, Tftusvifl


SPay yea cash at Gardner's and get a
The Novat Stre is elig goods off
at eos Casm and get b"rg
L I. Dooeou.
Judge A. D. Penney, of Fort
SPlrce, has been in town thisweek
r n to Iae in the eircuit court,
ader in 0011
Mr. W. P. Underwood stopped
Wednd with his Kibinger
inle on his way down the riv-
e, having been up to Daytona for a
e*wdaya.
Mr. J. B. Trry, one of THE SAR's
vaied mubciberrs on Long Island,
pid a a short cill yterday on his
lying visit of a few days to the Land

SRv. W. F. Allen arrived from Key
t West Tuesday morning and is spend-
in a few dayshmereat his former
station ad *tt'dndiw business mat-
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Aen are both
very much pleased with Key West.
Me~r Van Koppelow and Trow-
bridge have the hull well under way
that they are balding for J. D. En-
al, to be mued in .u;iag the Ar-
tela mail after July 1st. Te boat
8Mx6 and will have 10 h. p. Palme

He.L J. W. Watson, of Miami, has
b. b umcat in TE AR Sr this
Swek for state senator from this
th district. Mr. Watson has served
in the home as member from Dade
adfme n Oseola and hashad that
Ilamtive experience which fits him
to M1 the position sought.
Mr. R. Maon, one of the ear-
Veags at Palmurst concrete build-
., met with avery painful accident
Tm day. While driving a nail the
fEa f the hammer it the nail a
Sa neig blw, eausin it to fly back
- d trie him in the eye. Fortu-
rb It i not thought the sight will
be lt.
M. and Mr. W. M. Prindle re-
turdM to their home in Iunti~gton,
W. Va., yesterday, having cut short
tir ~ here about six weeks on
nAmmt of Mr. Prindle's health.
We expect to have them with us
aga in the fll. Mr. Prindle sold
Ms launch to Mr. W.T. Mathers
ad expects to have a much larger
ad father beat another season.
I our anon-ement column this
week it will be seen that Mr. J. H.
Sms is out for county treasurer.
Mr. Sams formerly held the import-
at position of superintendent of
public instruction for a long term of
years and is thoroughly qualified for
any ofcial position in the county.
With a large circle of friends in all
parts of Breard it is predicted that
he will pl a large vote in the com-
ing primary.
Fae Monday Offerings of Men's

Men's neckwear, regular 50 cents
quality, Monday's special 25 cents.
Men's neglige shirts, with collars
and eub attached, in white and
ream, worth $1.50, special $1..
Just received an endless variety of
men's and boys' clothing. If you are
thinking of buying a suit it will pay
Sye to examine our line, we can fit
yea and suit you and save you money.
Odd treo-rs, we have about 1,000
ursnew and up-to-date patterns.
Prie ad styles are right.
JUIUS KIwNE,
Titusville Fla.

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Ge to Fiat the potograper, o
Jda otr bor aridtie pptoa. AU
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smPIrI a smUSER I LATEST NEWS


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AND INCIDENTS


Our line of summer clothing, made
by the elebr-d Schloss Bros, in
suits $800 to $25.00. To see them is
to wantthem. We are headquartrs
for Wilo Bros. fine shirts, neglige,
coat style, with and without cuffs at-
tached, soft shirts with and without
collars, prices 50 cents to $1.50.
The swellest line of fine hosiery
ever shown. We have the largest
and best assortment of Panama and
straw hats shown in the city.
Call in and let us fit you up for
summer.
WINSTON S.BRANNING
Up to- Date Clothing Hoase
Titusvile, Floridf

ACME FIBER PLANT BURNT
Reduced to Aahes in Lss Than
Two Hours Saturday Night.
The tannic acid factory owned by
C. A. Spencer Son, of Boston,
known as the Acme Fiber Extract
factory, of this place, wascompletely
destroyed by fire last Saturday night.
The fire originated in the roof near
the boiler, probably caused by sparks
from the stack, the top of which was
blown down by the heavy wind of
Saturday morning, leaving a portion
standing attached directly to the
boiler. The fire was first discovered
by Wm. Croxton, colored night
watchman, who tried to put it out
with buckets of water, but it was too
far advanced, and, fanned by the
brisk east wind, it swept all over the
west part of the main building in less
than 15 miniites, by which time the
road was brought into town and help
respond but too late to save any-
thing.
In the factory there were 76 bar-
rels of tannicacid ready for ship-
ment. On the Y track there were
several cars partly loaded with acid
and these wereshifted out of danger.
Theentire plant is valued at1l2,000
and it is stated that the insurance
was for about half that value or
$5,000. The plant was started 15
years since by Mr. W. M. Brown,
who disposed of it about two years
ago to the present owners, who add-
ed to it a part of the plant they own-
ed at Port Orange. From 12 to 15
men were employed in the factory
and about a similar number were
kept at work in distant camps get-
ting out palmetto roots. All of these
are thrown out of employment.
It isnot generally thought that the
plant will berebuilt, at any rate not
atthe oldsite. It could be made a
a more profitable investment if lo-
cated south of town right on the river
with a spur connection to the rail-
road, fP-ilitsting the handling of
roots by water.
If Meers. Sleneer & Son conclude
to rebuild, as we hope they will, the
people of Titusville will give them
every encouragemet they possibly
can. This they may decide to do in-
asmuch as there is a steady demand
for tannic acid made from palmetto
roots. This question will probably
not be decided until the insurance
matters have been fully adjusted.
No adjoining property was serious-
ly endangered on account of the wind
being east. Had the fire taken place


Special Spring Opening LOCAL GOSSIP

Sale at Kline's AND PERSONALS


Ninul PuMno AUt PelI tlat
Tndl mAn ln ThW
Full line of single cots just arrived
in blue serge and mohair, single and
double breasted, $5.00 and $7.50 at
Branning's.
WANTED-Pool table, must be in
first class condition and cheap. Give
terms, conij*ons and particulars. L.,
care of STAn office.
The spring term of circuit court
convened Tuesday with Hon. M. S.
Jones presiding. The grand jury is
now in session.
Mr. Jas. T. Sanders, of Miami,
spent Saturday in town consulting
some friends regarding political mat-
ters in the Dade county primary.
The train from Sanford to this
place Sunday was delayed at Enter-
prise until late in the afternoon on
account of the locomotive giving out.
A special engine was sent out arriv-
ing a little after dark.
Prof. Joe Fielding feels happy,
having joined the Methodist church.
He has squandered thousands of dol-
lars in dens of iniquity, using liquid
"damnation" and other forms of dis-
sipation. He sincerely thanks God
for the change of heart.
Commodore J. H. Allen was in
town yesterday, having just returned
from the Palm Beach motor boat
races. Owing to overheated bear-
ings in the shaft his racer, the Secret,
could not do herself justice in the
races there, but this will all be over-
come before the racing season opens
again.
Church Notes
Rev. lobe will officiate in the Pres-
byterian church Sunday evening at
7:30 o'clock.
Preaching service by pastor at Bap-
tist church on Sunday next at 7:30
p. m. Please notice changeof hour.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Marks church, Cocoa, on Sunday
morning, March 29, at 11 and in St.
Gabriels church, Titusville, at 7:30
p. m.
Services at M. E. church March 29:
Prayer services at 6 a. m., sermon at
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school
hour is changed from morning to 3
p. m. You are invited to attend
these closing services of the revival.
57 have gone into different churches
and several more profess to be con-
verted. __
FURNITURE. DRY GOODS, SHOES
$10.00 tlin machine free with cash
purchase& Ask for the tickets.
Waterman's self filling fountain pens.
Edison batteries and spark co
10-inch talking machine records 60c.
Baseball, bats, gloves, mits.
CHAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34
Notice
The registration books will open in
all the precincts of Brevard county
on the 7th day of April for the regis-
tration of voters.
W. S. NORwOOD,
Supervisor of Registration.


Masin f t-1ry BaIp--mI t
MONDAY, 6ARCH 30, 1908.
White Indialinen lawn, worth 25
cents, Monday's special 19cents.
Figured lawns in endless variety
of styles, worth 20 cents for 15 cents
Monday only.
Black taffeta, 36 inches wide, worth
$1.50, Monday's special SLN per
yard.
Golden brown taffeta, 36 inches
wide, worth $1.75, Monday's special
$139, same in navy blue.
White wash silk, good heavy qual-
ity, 27 inches wide, Monday's spec-
ial 59 cents per yard.
Rajah silk in navy blue and natu-
ral color, .27 inches wide, worth $1.00
Monday 75 cents.
Natural color linen, worth 35cents
special 25 cents.
Ladies' ready made shirt waists,
made of an excellent quality of lawn
handsomely trimmed with embroid-
ery and lace, entirely new, prices
from $1.0 to $.50, endless variety
of styles.
colored linens in pink, blue and
red, worth 40 cents for 25 cents.
Ladies' gowns, made of good qual-
ity of domestic trimmed with em-
broidery and tucks, worth $1.50,
special Monday SLIt
Imported white madras, endless
variety of designs, new and up-to-
date, special 25 cents per yard.
Window shades, best quality of
holland, mounted on Hartshorn rol-
lers, 3 feet wide by 7 feet long, worth
50 cents, special 35 cents.
White linen crash toweling, 18
inches wide, worth 18 cents per yard,
Monday's special 10 cents.
9-4s Pepperell Mills bleached sheet-
ing, worth 35 cents, Monday only, 27
cents per yard.
Pillow casing 46 inches wide, worth
20 cents, Monday's special 16 cents
per yard.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juuus KLINE, Titusville.

Deth of C King
After a severe illness of many
weeks past Mr. C.E. King passed
away at his residence on Hopkins
street last Friday night. He is sur-
vived by a wife and one little girl.
The funeral service was held Sunday
afternoon at the Titusville cemetery
conducted jointly by the Knights of
Pythias and Woodmen of the World,
as he was a member of both of these
orders. Deceased had been in the
employ of the F. E. C. railway at this
place for several years as freight
agent, until his health became so im-
paired, following an attack of mea-
sles, that he was forced to give up
his position. Aside from his wife
and two children he leaves two sisters
and two brothers, Percy and Etta
King, who reside at New Smyrna,
and Alex King and Mrs. Eula Botts.
who live at West Palm Beach.
Dislocated Left Shoulder
Mr. J. L Carruthers fell on the
sidewalk on Julia street between his
barber shop and Mandaville's last
Saturday night, when the fire alarm
was given and, dislocated his left
shoulder. At present he is resting
as easily as can be expected, but the
unfortunate accident will keep him
from his business for several weeks.


Card of Thanks


the night before, when a stiff north- The undersigned extends heartfelt
wester was blowing, the damage to For Long Lease For Sale Cheap thanks to the many friendswho ren-
adjoining property would havbeen A roomy home on Indian river, sev- Set of six Edison batteries for sale dered such valuable aid and lent their
very great, and the extent another entv-five acres attached. Bearing trees at a very low price. Inquire of F. N. kindly assistance during the illness of
question, as a row of continuous -orange, grapefruit, tangerine and Hitchcock, Titusville. my late wife. F. H. BOYE.
buildings might have led it right into mandarin, a few young peach trees. Soda fountain and charging outfit, al- -
the heart of the town. Choice location for dairy and chicken so syrups for same; one Acme peanut For Rent
Mr. Glass, the manager, has re- fari also boarding house in inter. roaster and warmer. Apply to Box 10, h Taylor cotts d bd o
ceived word that Mr. Spencer is on' Full information apply this office. Titusville.for the summ ottages and bed rooms
Ihis way here to inspect the remains Forty dollars will buy a large second; MRS. F. M. TAYLOR.
of his plant. Death of Henry L. Parker hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will
I tHon. H. L. Parker, one of the most burn any fuel or rubbish such as can Lots For Sal
picked up in orange groves. Just thei Cocoa Town Lots For Sale
Orange and Grapefruit Trees prominent men in South Florida, die thing for irrigation. Apply or address Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high :lt his home in Fort Drum last Wed- STAR Office. on new street opined up from river to
hickory hammock. Free from white i nsday. The deceased was at one tim- A ool drink at cl a at railroad. High, ry, healthy location,
fly. One year to two year old buds. sheriff of Hillsboro county and later MANDY'S. f a 4 minte waak from station fine view
of river, good water. Lots 50x119 feet.
Pricesfrom 25'to35 cents. Careful-! presentedd Brevard county in th Apply toGeo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill sate legislature for three terms. The Alpine Hotel Mitchell, Cocoa. Fla.
station. J. W. GRIFFIS, -TitFlaFA.sl
Shiloh, Fla. We will continue to use at our foun- Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
tain Hungerord Smith's line of "rue ;ager. On the European plan furn- For Sale Cheap For Cash
A cool drinkat acool place at Fruits" and syrup which were wished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- About 88 acres of good high land on
ANDY'S. ular last season. Ice cream every day. trlly located. the east or ocean side of the Indian river
BANNER DRUG STORE. i -- ---- -- at the Narrows, described as follows:
rs Nursery Stock for Sale Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. 3, sec-
lrayg j Wtion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
Dray hakinds prompt- Wood For Sale Citru stock grown on high pine east. Thi land is unimproved but fine-
ly to. Meet all trains. Pine or oak, any length. Also plo. Indian River Nurres, estab- located. For further particulars ad-
H. E. HOLTON. ing and harrowing. See or address J. listed 1886. Send for catalogue. dress E. M. Low,
Titusville, Fla. W. Jamison. Titusville, Fla. 1Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Brockton, Mass.


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SeNtig IUt he Pople *f Nto-
tilel s UTh Cma ud Go
Gardner gives talking machine tickets.
Tickets on talking maine Gardner's.
LoaI shipment of misses' and boys'
oxfr just arrived. To see them
means to buy them. In tan, gun metal,
vici, canvas and patent. At Branni .
Contractor P. J. Hall is repairing
the exterior of the Presbyterian
church this week.
Miss Daisy Brady returned from
Fort Pierce the first of the week,
where she spent several weeks very
pleasantly among relatives.
The Canaveral club house has been
closed for the season and the Wid-
geon was brought over the first of
the week and the Blue Bill Wednes-
day for storage at Nelson's marine
ways.
Miss Ruth Boye and Mr. Frank
Boye, who were called home last week
by the death of their mother, return-
ed the first of this week to their avo-
cations, the former to the hospital in
Jacksonville and the latter to Fort
Lauderdale.
The Newsome trial, mention of
which was made in THE STAr last
week, and which was to come up at
this place this week before Judge
Jones on a change of venue from St.
Lucie county, has been postponed un-
til the next regular term of court.
The government dredge and snag
boat Florida arrived here from the
canal Tuesday and after loading a
carload of coal and supplies started
yesterday morning for Grant, where
Capt. Sharpe informs us the dredge
has some cutting to do.
Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr., and family
arrived yesterday from Jacksonville
to make Titusville their home again.
They have secured the Robbins cot-
tage on Washington avenue, and
their many friends gladly welcome
their return. Mr. Lorillard expects
to build a racing motor boat.
The Franklin air cooled auto car
which passed through here going
south the latter part of January for
Palm Beach, was in town Wednes-
day on its way to Homer, Ill., with
the owner, Mr. L. V. Jurgensmeyer,
and his father-in-law, Mr. J. T. Pal-
mer, on board. They left West Palm
Beach Tuesday morning.
Mr. E. B. Arnold is out before the
voters of the third district for re-
nomination as member of the school
board. Mr. Arnold has served his
county regularly and faithfully in
that capacity the past term and de-
serves this recognition from the Dem-
ocratic party, having been a willing
worker in the ranks here for the past
34 years. His announcement will be
found on page 4 this week.


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THE FLORIDA STAR


SGesral Health Calvia & Barnard SA

.IW o which he has been aote*
se ul-*a gsmi o3ce with the Frecker

7h to the number of 1,We or more

Tama these to be used for their pue
Pass CaC znotealag wiggleta nds a4d
"aIW m -t ta I hi woay the ama

V ci mtai oat tatee. Chief Barn
aw bas edede upo this -answe
S of pevetmtatte rlef after coasumta
ties with a somber t a authorities woI


And. to this ed, tom00rrw mornmlan
Is a wagn with aets ad other eems
S a rmy ftur ms.l W. W.
i Nowtay and LE. lH. Mter, and two
in ers will leave Tampa sor the
S lakes north of the cty where the dav
Swmi be spent ta eatchieg perch and
bream. All the ah caught will be
oeed hin a barrel or barrels, aseces-
Sy deW nds a the fish wfl be at
fora the delight of rusting water
though this barrel or barrels, hle to
S. ea j sBro d n each side of each water
pealor y.
As soon as the ash are given out
or bid fair to be exhausted by the de-
=ad for them, the chief will organIz
other Sfing party.
In the relations o his solution to a
SNews reporter this morning, there was
os- thing which appealed to the lat
Ster forlbly-the demand likely to ex-
S' ot for the f sh and the purpose of
Ssuch demand. Fih free of charge
to be kept the stockade and to be
Given away upon request might appeal
to the palate of the average Tampan
rather than to health precaqtionari
- t measures, but Chief Barnard had giv-
S e thought to this poasibiity and ha






tg ewrate at the kaee Thun
Srer edb the fishermen it secure ver
ata as h, angers unsuitable to trying
t or bro ilng purpose.
The sanitaryg trai brigade wil ere-
nturn tmor row evening with theil
catch. The catch will be on tap a ru-
ring water at the stockade Thursda
and thereafter.

Rtank odisn M l

whO yearthreat insne. his rank belishnes
fsttakeamy other medine than Dr. Ris's
New Disevery." sya C 0. 0dridge, of Em-
ine. an. "I have m New Dinevemy sevea
a and I knewt is the boo tmedya
earthfer ough ad colD, rane d an
throstand lung trembles. My ehildre are
anbest to ereep. bit New Dimoery quickly
cwar eery attack." Known the world over
s the kiag oftthrat and Inaremdies. oMld
Under guarantee at aer Drg stre.
ad$I.$ Trial bottle free.


A Suicide at Mlami.
The Miami Metropolis ot Friday
says:
While temporarily crasea G. N. Wof-
nadia, master' and part owner of the
auxiliary yacht Gloria, shot and killed.
himself about 11 o'clock last night
aboard his vessel as she lay at the
Seminole Club dock. A 32 calibr--
pistol was used, the bullet entering
the right temple and causing instan:
death.
The cause of Woffindin's rash act
will never be known Two young
men on the yacht with Womndin
state that he came aboard Just a min-
ute or two before he fired the sho'
and as he passed them complained of
*he treatment of some woman, an'
they believed it was this that causePr
him to take his life. Others, however.
believe financial troubles were at the
bottom of the tragedy. The Glor3-
has not had a good season, and this i-
known to have worried Wofindin con
siderably.
The dead man was about 28 years
of age, of a pleasant, jovial nature
and was known among yachtsmen as
"Captain Shorty," he being small in
stature. Death was instant, Dr.
Skaggs, who examined the body a few
minutes after the fatal shot had been
fired, stating that the bullet Lad pierc-
ed the brain.
The body was turned over to Under-
taken King, and is being held awaiting
Advice from the mnAer of the deceas-
ed, residing in New York. The cor-
oner's Inquest held this morning re-
nulted in the finding of a verdict ot
suicide.

A Higher Health Level
"I have reached a higher health level since
I bean m sing Dr. King's New Life Pills,"
writm Jamb TSrianer, Wet Frankli
Main. "They keep my stomach, liver sad
owels working jt right" Ifthesepilhdis-
ap- t yeoum trial, mesey will be refunded
at aner Drug Store. Sic.


Havy Te*ris Travel.
(Miami Matrotel-)
Depite the fact that the seasa
is waning the hotels remain tn, and
as fat as one crowd leaves, another
arrives to take its place. While the
exod s Is quite heavy, there is little
decrease In the incoming travel, may
realizing the fact that this is the per-
iod of all times in the season to come
South. It will be a week or two yet
before the tourists will have percepti-
bly diminished. Speaking of the heavy
travel this season the Key West Citi-
sea says:
"Never in the history of the East
Coast has the travel been as heavy
as it is this season. Every hotel from
Jacksonville to Key West is crowded
and to get accommodations on the
steamer or Pullmanars it is neces-
sary to make reservations a week or
ten days in advance. The Halifax is
crowded every trip to and from
Knights Key and long passenger
trains are crowded every day. The
extension is a great drawing card, and
when there are hotels aling the keys
thousands of those who are now going
to Cuba will spend their winters there
The only complaint heard from the
tourists Is against the lack of hotel
accommodations on the keys."

A Pemaoola Heotl Enterprise.
(Pensacola Journal.)
A proposition which will give to
Pensacola a hotel to cost not less than
$300,000 or more than $360,000 has
been made the city by Charles B. Her
vey. who has made the Cawthon Ho-
tel at Mobile about the best advertis-
ed and most popular hotel in the South
and the best single advertisement pos-
sessed by Mobile. This proposition
is the first definite proposition made
the city and needless to say much in-
terest has been aroused, and the be-
Het is expressed that a magnificent
hotel will be the outcome. Mr. Her-
vey is of the Hervey Hotel Co., operat-
ing the Cawthon and Bienville, hotels
in Mobile, and large hostelries in
many prominent cities of Texas.
Mr. Hervey's proposition is for the
people of Pensacola to provide $150,-
000 and issue bonds for $200,000.
which he will assist in floating and he
will take a fifteen-year lease on the
hotel at a fixed percentage net, on the
cost of the land and building paying
the taxes and insurance and putting in
not less than $75,000 of the most mod-
ern hotel furniture and fixtures.

It Does the Busines
Mr. I E. Chamberlain, of Clinton. Maine.
Ssys of Bucklea'sArnica slve. "It does the
bsinee; I have used it for piles and it ared
them, applied it to an old owr and it healed
it witoiot leaving a scar behind." 25c. at
Bauser Drug Store.

Celery Growing In Lakeland.
(Lakeland News.)
The first car-load of celery was
shipped from lAkeland Wednesday.
Ratliff Bros. whose place is located
on Lake Hunter, were the growers.
and it was sold to J. Hamburger &
0o., of New York at $1.75 per crate
Yesterday G. A. Alfield shipped a
soild car. which was sold at the sta-
tion to Thos Griffin. the commission
r-an at $2.10 per crate. Mr. Alfl-.:
-eceived a check for $G50 for this ship
ment.
The quality of this celery is ver;
*itr. and there is no reason why lak..
.n I will not s,n be noted as a celi-
.y center, as it a'realy bears th.
i*tincicn of being the banner sr-:Aw
"! -ry shitiping point.

"(T- etcr.ily tdellilitatrtd lir years. Hiad .itk
heladachc. ia*'kedl aiuliti,,i,. wys wa.rn-l, ut :andi
-dl mri-n nwn. RuirEln-tk Ilt.d BHilter. nm:tl
ne :a well woman."--Mrs ('ha'. Freitoy.
MM-,uI)|. t'ont.

Sheriffs Sale
Under and by virtue of an ,,rher i.-iued tout
tof tle 'iHulilty judtlr's c(oi rt of r lr.nvard er-uinty
on the 13:ith day of Novemb-r. A. I). I.N7. in


r certain writ ,f :ttachmuvnt wherein P. A.
McMillau is plaiaitidf and Harold I. Smith is
d< fendant. I have levie-d l"un" and will --4ll
before the (ca urthou..- door in Titu.ville. Flor-
ida. dIlring the hlg.i hbuur.s Of sAi: onu M.i.lay.
th- 6ith day E*I April. A. I).. 1DW. the follow
ing r' al e]tate- property of the said defendant.
Harold I. Smith. viz.:
All the utndivided oue-third interest of said
Harold I. Smith in and to that tract of land
described in d-t-d hck "'W," ppage310, records
of Brevard county. described as follows:
Beginning at the southwest corner of the
Indian river in line with a crom in a rock.
thence running eant northerly in line with
land now owned by Charlotte Fontain to the
Baana river. thence northerly with said river
about twelve hundred and forty-ive (1845)
feet to a mark or crr~ in a rock and to land
ofSeabroJ Jones. thence west southerly in line
with across in the rock to Indian river thence
in a southerly course with said Indian river to
the pe of beginniuag. aid piece of land aon-
taining two and a half (i3) acres more or les,
all situated and being in section 10. township
27 south. nrahi 87 east.
J. P. Baows,
Sheriff Brevard County. Fla.


Sbore of tFlrida Cimti s ave
Ameb d It
If y7" saser hem backache,
There is eme way to cae it.
The erfeet way i to are the kidneys.
A had b mk ea sick kidney.
Neglect it, urinary tremles follow.
Iamm's Kidney Pills ue aad for kidneys
only.
S. B. Lemons, igarmaker, living at 1M11
Ashley Street. Tampa Fla., says "I ued
Dosa's Kidney Pills and they cared me of
backache ad dioderof thekidnes. Two
or three times on accout of the pain in my
back I wa unable to go to work several
days. The seretios of the kidney were in
a very bad eomditie, dark in elwe sad if al
lowed to snd woald become of the cmnsist-
esey ofjey. I tried various remedies takin
what seemed like alhms of medicine sad I
also pt oa pl-sbt nothing helped me at
all until I gotDen's Kidney Pills upe the
advice of a ftled of mine and uing the ac-
cording to direetios they eared me in a very
short time."
For Sale by all dalens. Price 3 ents.
Fester-Milbra COa. Bulo, New York, sole
agents for the United State. Remember the
ame--D nm'--and take no other.

Will Lees its Forfeit
The Pensacola correspondent of the
Times-Union says:
The promoters of the Pensacola,
Alabama and Western and the Pensa
cola and Northwestern railroads will
lose by their failure to construct
twenty miles of roadbed on these two
roads, the sum of $15,000, which was
placed as a guarantee with the city of
Pensacola that such would be done
within six months from the date of
the extension of the franchise by the
city, and which time has expired.
Mayor Goodman has advised the
council that the syndicate financing
these roads or who had subscribed
money for the surveys, have tailed
to come up to their guarantee, and
for the council to take steps for the
collection of the amount of the guar-
antee posted. TIMs guarantee is in
the form of a certified check made pay
able to the city In the event of failure.
and is on deposit in one of the local
banks, and the city will proceed at
once to make collection of the same.
The syndicate is composed of local
capitalists, who, in addition to the
guarantee will lose about $75,000 on
the surveys made of the routes. At
the time the syndicate was formed to
encourage a road to build into Pensa-
cola it was believed by many that such
would be done as New York men de
sired to build a road to Memphis.
while Stone & Webster, the street rail
way men of Boston wanted to connect
Pensacola with Andalusia. Ala., an-
still desire to do so, but cannot make
any move at the present time on ac-
count of the money stringency.

* Lakeland's Strawberry industry
The Lakeland News of Friday says:
Berry shipments continue to be very
satisfactory, 222 refrigerators having
been sent out from the L.akeland plat-
form since our last report, last Friday
This represents in the neighborhood
of 20.000 quarts, the average net re-
turns to the grower being 23 cents a
quart.
Indications are tiha: from now on
th- -hipment-- will -till heavier, it
being estiinatrtd that not less than
2. r'-efrigerators will go forward each
week until the season cl',.--s. There i.'
a probability tha: :'I- :u:t:ket will
julftif- libt.-al shiniitnh-ta wini! April
l''h. This will siv' 1- 'he hl i .-t ;:n1 l
iongt-st "hi;)pinu s.t.-,on w- hat- had I
ip -oniie .ears.
Th itockl has ,.*nlr Il* il ," l. nt,'
f;;uin b'ei-ri ieet-r hat i:':. '**^.*n =r:'h
*e'r amn whe:-r- h:ain iii my *hijppe.t
from here tlis we-.ck.
.\Among heavy ilindi iiual ihilp-".
rhi.s weetk tmay h- 1ii n:ioneld th-
ihate Reynoltls fartily,. who brouihi
in 94,, quarts from utne pickintl. D). K.
Turner, who has a sn.allkr a.crea:e
brought in 41i qlua,':- a. the fiuit of
one picking.


Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema
The-- :are di-j'et.- for which ('halberl;tin,'
Salve- i-e-pt-cially valuale. It quickly allay!s
the itching and starting and s4oun erects a
cure. Price m (cnts. Fur .ale by Titusville
Pharmacy and all dealers.


Robbins & Graham Co.
i (Incorporated)
Paid- p Capital $25.000
This eomplny owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Biscayne bay

PRICES TO SUIT THE TINES
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J. D RAHNER. Asslatt (eierl Pau. Agt.. ST. ALAU.STLE. FLORIDA


SA GOOD DOCTOR
will recommend

BALLARD'S

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vitality, breaks thsit .i. ..,(t . ...
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J DOINGS OF THEPRESENT SPRING AND SUMMER 1908 LATEST NEWS Special Spring Opening: LOCAL GOSSIP


1EER by Our the line celebrated of summer Schloss clothing Bros.made, in AND INCIDENTSPersonal Sale at Kline's I' AND PERSONALS *.:-

suits $8.00 to $25.00. To see them is
to want them. We are headquartersfor Bargains In Every Department
3 Pungent Hotes Pertaining! to Events Wilson Bros. fine shirts, neglige, Paragraphs About People that I i MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1908. Something About the People of Titus-

& '- Transpiring About Town coat tached style, soft, with shirts\\ithoutcutfs with and without at- Travel Here and There I White India'linen lawn, worth 25 Yille as They Come and Go 4 i

Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville. collars, prices 50 cents to $1.50. Full line of single coats just arrivedin cents, Monday's special 19 cents. I Gardnergivestalkingmachinetickets.

Pay your cash at Gardner's and get a The swellest line of fine hosiery blue serge and mohair, single and I 1 I Figured lawns in endless variety I II I I Tickets on talking machine Gardner's. 4
,. talking machine free. :ever shown. We have the largestand double breasted. $5.00 and $7.50 at of styles, worth 20 cents for 15 cents
best assortment of Panama and Branning's. I I Monday only. I I Large shipment of misses' and boys'
The Novelty Store is selling goods off oxfords just arrived. To see them ,
straw hats shown in the city. WANTED-Pool table, must be in Black taffeta,36 inches wide,worth
at cost. Come and means to buy them. In tan, metal,
get bargains. gun
y I. M. DODSON. Call in and let us fit you up for I first class condition and cheap. Give $1.50, Monday's special $1.00 per vici, canvas and patent. AtBranning's. .1
% summer. terms, conditions and particulars. L., yard.Golden.
Judge A. D. Penney, of FortY care of STAR office. I brown taffeta, 36 inches Contractor P. J. Hall is repairing !

} Pierce, has been in town this week WINSTON S. BRANNING The spring term of circuit court. wide, worth $1.75, Monday's special the exterior of the -Presbyterian < vty

attending to cases in the circuit court, Up-to-Date Clothing House convened Tuesday with Hon. M. S. $1.39 White, same wash in silk navy good blue.heavy quality church this week. .1 :

I. now in session. Titusville, Florida Jones presiding. The grand jury is 27 inches wide. Monday's :special Miss Daisv Bradv. returned- from 2 4
-
' F- Mr. W. P. Underwood stopped --.- -, now in session. 59 cents per yard. Fort Pierce"the. first f--th week, t

$ here Wednesday with his Kiblinger ACME FIBER PLANT BURNT Mr. Jas. T. Sanders, of Miami, Rajah silk in navy blue and natu- where she spent several weeks very
ral color J27 inches wide worth
$1.00
f 1-, adfcmobile on his way down the riv- Reduced"to Ashes in Less Than spent Saturday in town consultingsome Monday 75 cents. pleasantly among relatives.The .

er, having been up to Daytona for a iriends regarding political mat- Natural color linen, worth 35 cents Canaveral club house has been
Two Hours Saturday Night. '
few. days. ters in the Dade county primary.The special 25 cents. closed for the season and the Widgeon : -
The tannic acid factory owned by Ladies' ready made shirt waists
,
Mr. J. B.Terry, one of THE STAR'S train from Sanford to this was brought over the first of j
,
made of excellent of lawn
C. A. Spencer & Son, of Boston, an quality
the week and the Blue Bill Wednesday
valued subscribers on Long Island, delayed at Enter- I
place Sunday was handsomely trimmed with embroidery -
known the Acme Fiber Extract
paid us a short call yesterday on his as prise until late in the afternoon on and lace, entirely new, prices for storage at Nelson's marine 4ways.

L flying visit of a few days to the Land factory, of this place, was completely account of the locomotive giving out. .from $1.00 to $2.50, endless variety .
:destroyed by fire last Saturday night. '
: of styles. t
of Flowers. I A special engine was sent out arriving Miss Ruth Boye and Mr. Frank
The fire originated in the roof near Colored linens in pink blue and
Rev..W. F. Allen arrived from Key the boiler,probably caused by sparks a little after dark. I red, worth 40 cents for 25 cents. Boye,who were called home last week "

West Tuesday morning and is spend from the stack, the top of which was Prof. Joe Fielding feels happy, Ladies' gowns, made of good quality -I by the death of their mother,returned 1+
j
his former of domtstic trimmed with embroidery the first of this week to their avocations
t ing a few days here at having joined the Methodist church. I
blown down by the heavy wind of
and tucks, worth $1.50
business the former to the hospital in
station and attending matt Saturday morning, leaving a portion He has squandered thousands of dollars special Monday $1.00.
ters. Mr. and Mrs. Allen are both in dens of Jacksonville and the latter to Fort
standing attached directly to the iniquity, using liquid Imported white madras, endless

'. very much pleased with Key West. boiler. The fire was first discoveredby "damnation" and qther forms of dis variety of designs, new and up-to- Lauderdale. r

;t.- Messrs. Von Koppelow and Trow- Wm. Croxton, colored night i sipation. He sincerely thanks God date Window special shades 25 cents, best per yard.quality of] The Newsome trial, mention of-

bridge have the hull well under way watchman, who tried to put it out for the change of heart. holland, mounted on Hartshorn rollers which was made in THE STAR last

that they are building for J. D. En-I with buckets of water, but it was too Commodore J. H. Allen was in 3 feet wide by 7 feet long, worth week, and which was to come up at

I nis, to be used in carrying the Ar-! far advanced, and, fanned by the town yesterday, having just returned 50 cents, special 35 cents. this; place this week before Judge

tesia mail after July 1st. The boat i brisk east wind, it swept all over the from the Palm Beach motor boat White linen crash toweling, 18 Jones on a change of venue from St.
is 28x6 and will have 10 h. Palmer inches wide,worth 18 cents per yard Lucie county, has been postponed un-
p. : west part of the main building in less races. Owing to overheated bear- Monday's special 10 cents.

'''4 motor. than 15 minutes, by which time the ings in the shaft his racer, the Secret, 9-4s Pepperell Mills bleached sheet til the next regular term of court.

Hon. J. W. Watson, of Miami, has road was brought into town and help could not do herself justice in the ing, worth 35 cents, Monday only, 27 The government dredge and snag

his announcement in THE STAR this responded but too late to save any races there but this will all be over- cents per yard. boat Florida arrived here from the
Pillow 46 inches wide worth
casing ,
week for state senator from this thing.In come before the racing season opens 20 cents Monday's special 16 cents canal Tuesday and after loading a

13th district. Mr.Watson has servedin the factory there were 76 bar- again. per yard. carload of coal and supplies started

the house as member from Dade rels of tannic acid ready for ship- Mail orders promptly filled on any yesterday morning for Grant, where

and from Osceola and has had that ment. On the Y track there were Church Notes of the above goods. Capt. Sharpe informs us the dredgehas

legislative experience which fits him several cars partly loaded with acid Rev. lobe will officiate the Pres- JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. some cutting to do.
and these shifted of byterian church at _
were out danger. Sunday evening -- ------ -- -- --- -
to fill the position sought.Mr. The entire plant is valued at$12,OOO 7:30 o'clock. Death of C. E. King Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr., and family r

R. E. Mason, one of the car- and it is stated that the insurancewas Preaching service by pastor at Bap- After a severe illness of many arrived yesterday from Jacksonville ,;.

penteys at Palmhurst concrete building for about half that value or tist church on Sunday next at 7:30p. weeks past Mr. C. E. King passed to make Titusville their home again.

met with very painful accident $5,000. The plant was started 15 m. Please notice change of hour. i away at his residence on Hopkins They have secured the Robbins cot-
years since by Mr. W. M. Brown, Dean Robottom will officiate in St. I street last Friday night. He is
nail the sur-
Tuesday. While, driving a who disposed of it about two tage on Washington avenue, and "
yearsago Marks church, Cocoa, on Sunday vived by a wife and one little girl.
p" hit the nail
face of the hammer a their friends gladly welcome
the
to present owners, who added many
\. morning, March 29 at 11 and in St. The funeral service was held Sunday
; glancing blow, causing it to fly back to it a part of the plant they own- Gabriels church, Titusville, at 7:3 afternoon at the Titusville cemetery their return. Mr. Lorillard expects

'i and strike him in the eye. Fortu- ed at Port Orange. From 12 to 15 .p. m. conducted jointly by the Knights of: to build a racing motor boat. :

nately it is not thought the sight will men were employed in the factory Services at M. E.church March 29: Pythias and Woodmen of the World ,
and about a similar number were The Franklin air cooled auto car
member of both of these
he
be lost. Prayer services at 6 a. m., sermon at as was a
,
work in distant
kept at camps get- orders. Deceased had been in the which passed through here going
s 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school <
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle returned ting thrown out palmetto out.of roots. All of these hour is changed from morning to i 3 employ of the F. E. C. railway at this south the latter part of January for

to their home in Huntington are is employment.It p. m. You are invited to attend place for several years as freight Palm Beach, was in town Wednesday t,
not generally thought that the
t W. Va., yesterday, having cut short these closing services of the revival. agent, until his health became so impaired .
plant will be rebuilt, at any rate not attack of on its way to Homer, 111., with ..
different churches following an measles -
: their here about six weeks on at the old site. It could be made 57 have gone into
stay a and several more profess to be con- that he was forced to give up the owner, Mr. L. V. Jurgensmeyer,
,account of Mrs. Prindle's health. a more profitable investment if located verted. his position. Aside from his wife and his father-in-law, Mr. J. T. Pal-

We expect to have them with us south of town right on the river and two children he leaves two sisters mer, on board. They left West Palm
with a spur connection to the rail- FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES brothers and Etta
and
again in the fall. Mr. Prindle sold two Percy Beach Tuesday morning.Mr. .
his launch to Mrs. W. T. Mathers road, facilitating the handling of $10.00 talking machine free with cash King who reside at New Smyrna,
roots by water.If purchases. Ask for the tickets. and Alex King and Mrs. Eula Botts, E. B. Arnold is out before the ,
; .and expects to have a much larger Messrs. Spencer & Son concludeto Waterman's self filling fountain pens. who live at West Palm Beach. voters of the third district for re-

and faster boat another season. rebuild, as we hope they will, the Edison batteries and spark coUs. nomination as member of the school

In our announcement column this people of Titusville will give them 10-inch Baseball talking bats gloves machine, mits.records 60c. Dislocated Left ShoulderMr. board. Mr. Arnold has served his ;J.

every encouragement they possiblycan. CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 county regularly and faithfully in ;
t week it will be seen that Mr. J. H. This they may decide to do in- J. L. Carruthers fell on the that capacity the past term and deserves

Sams is out for county tressurer.Mr. asmuch as there is a steady demandfor Notice I sidewalk on Julia street between his recognition from the Dem- .
barber shop and Mandaville's last ,
Sams formerly held the important tannic acid made from palmetto ocratic party, having been a willing
The registration books will i in Saturday night, when the fire alarmwas
roots. This question will probablynot open '
worker in the ranks here for the past
position of superintendent of be decided until the insurance all the precincts of Brevard countyon given and, dislocated his left 34 His announcement will be

:., public instruction for a long term of matters have been fully adjusted.No the 7th day of April for the regis- shoulder. At present he is resting I found years.on page 4 this week.
years and is thoroughly qualified for adjoining property was seriously tration of voters.W. as easily as can be expected, but the
S. NORWOOD, unfortunate accident will keep him
endangered on account of the wind
in the
official position county. Card of Thanks
any his business for several weeks.
being east. Had the fire taken place Supervisor of Registration.For I from
With large circle of friends in all
a ----- The undersigned extends heartfelt
the night before, when a stiff northwester -
i parts of Brevard it is predicted that was blowing, the damage to Long LeaseA I For Sale CheapSet I thanks to the many f riends.w ho ren-

t: he will poll a large vote in the coming -I adjoining property would have been roomy home on Indian river, sev- of six Edison batteries for sale dered such valuable aid and lent their
Is primary. very great, and the extent another enty-five acres attached. Bearing trees' at a very low price. Inquire of F. N. I' kindly assistance during the illness of
question, as a row of continuous -orange, grapefruit, tangerine and Hitchcock Titusville. 1 my late wife. F. H. BOYE.
I F ifi' Fine Monday Offerings of Men's buildings might have led it right into mandarin a few young peach trees. Soda fountain and charging outfit, also -
I I Clothing the heart of the town. Choice location for dairy and chicken syrups for same; one Acme peanut}, For Rent
Mr. Glass, the manager has received farm, also boarding house in winter. roaster and warmer. Apply to Box 103, !II
The and bed
Taylor rooms
: a Men's neckwear; regular J>0 cents. word that Mr. Spencer is on !, Full information apply this office. Titusville. | for the summer cottages season.
L quality, Monday's special 25 cents. his way here to inspect the remainsof I Forty dollars will buy a large second !II MRS. F. M. TAYLOR.
I ; Men's neglige shirts with collars his plant. Death of Henry L.Parker I hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will --- -
\ ;' and cuffs attached, in white and I Hon. H. L. Parker one of the most burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be !j jI Cocoa Town Lots For Sale
|:; worth $1.50, special $1.00. I picked up in orange groves. Just the
" i cream,
and Trees in South Florida diS'l
,
Orange Grapefruit prominent men
";- Just received an endless variety of thing for irrigation. Apply or address i is Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale "
Ij .)< men's and boys' clothing. If you are Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high i at his home in Fort Drum last Wt-d- STAR office. ji i iI | on new street opened up from river to
of suit it will hickory hammock. Free from white ::1 n sdar. The deceased was at one tinj I I I railroad. High, dry, healthy location
buying
: thinking a pay A cool drink at a cool place at 4 minutes walk from station fine view
.' t you to examine our line we can fit fly. One year to two year old buds. I I sheriff of Hillaboro county and later ; MANDY'S. of river, good water. Lots SOx119 feet.
, you and suit you and save you money. Prices from 25'to 35 cents. Carefully (represented Brevard county in the I Apply to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
Odd trousers, we have about 1,000 packed and delivered at Oak Hill I I State legislature for three terms. I I The Alpine Hotel Mitchell, Cocoa, Fla.
pairs new and up-to-date patterns. station. J. W. GRIFFIS, I ---- ----
i i Titusville Fla., F. A. Lesley, manj -
I
'. '- Prices and styles are right. Shiloh, Fla. I! We will continue to use at our foun- j j jager. On the European plan-furn- For Sale Cheap For Cash t
JULIUS KLINE tain Hungerford Smith's line of "True
I t ished rooms and quick lunch. Centrally of land
About 88 good high
acres on
Fruits" and which were so -
Titusville Fla. A cool drink at a cool place at syrups popular 1
last season. Ice cream every day. located. the east or ocean side of the Indian river
MANDY'S. I
BANNER DRUG STORE. at the Narrows, described as follows:
j Photograph Gallery I Nursery Stock for Sale Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec- f
Draying I tion 36 in township 31 south, 39
Go to Faust the photographer, on Wood For Sale Citrus stock grown on high pine range
east. This land is unimproved but finely -
artistic tos. All Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly I
Julia street for ph
land. Indian River NurJeries established -'
,
work first class and promptly attended attended to. Meet all trains.H. I Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- located. For further particulars address
water colors and E. HOLTON. I ing and harrowing. See or address J. 1886. Send for catalogue. E. M. Low,
: x to. Crayon, pastel o
i .oil paintings a specialty. Titusville, Fla. !W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. i Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. I Brockton, Mass.


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2t52 THE FLORIDA STAR MARCH 27, 1908m ,


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Solving the Mosquito Problem. Heavy Tourist Travel.

: > : fit, The Tampa News
s Tampa is again to lead the world in Despite the fact that the season

tom. Its novel solution of a problem and Is waning the hotels remain full ands .
ry Scores of Florida Citizens_ Have
t-' once again Chief of Sanitation and: fast as one crowd leaves another '
r F j f Learned It
.- ;e-- RNs General Health Calvin B. Barnard Is arrives to take Its place. While the a a-
If suffer from backache,
A ': to show another streak of that enterprise xodus Is quite heavy there Is little There you is one way to cure it.

for which he has been note decrease In the incoming travel many The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.A Alert business
( tom bad back means sick kidneys. men ap ;
since o-ice with the Freckeradministration. realizing the fact that this is the
assuming period -
'. Neglect it urinary troubles follow. preciate Packard Shoes.
4 h> of all times in the season to come DiMin' Kidney Pills are blade for kidneys
: .. find them both "fita-
nly. They
Fish to tie number of 1,000 or more South. It will be a week or two yet '
S. B. at 1311
Lemons rigarmafcer, living '
Built
Y are to be placed In cisterns' through before the tourists will have perceptibly Ashley Street Tampa. Fla., says "I usd ble"and durable.

: Tampa these to be used for the purpose diminished. Speaking of the heavy backache Xan's Kidney and disorder Pills and of the they kidneys.cured me Twoor of on right lines, from selected -

y s of capturing wlggletails andY travel this season the Key West Citizen three times on account of the pain in my materials they havea
the back I was unable to go to work for several
preventing in this way annua : distinction
lends
says that
style
days. The secretions of the kidneys were in :
: .. visitation of mosquitoes. Chief Barn I "Never' in the history of the East a very bad condition, dark in color and if allowed the wearer. Our
to stand would become of the consistency to 1
: ard has decided upon this measure Coast has the travel been as heavyas
II jelly. tried various remedies taking gLel\ new stock is particularly
cf preventative relief after consult It Is this season. Every hotel from what seemed like gallons of medicine and 1also !

,., tlon with a number of authorities who Jacksonville to Key West is crowdedand put on plasters:but nothing helped meat qA c attractive.
all until I got Doan's Kidney Pills upon the
h have seen such protective measures to get accommodations on the advice of a friend of mine and using them according

successfuL to directions they cured me in a very
tested and steamer
? 1JG proven or Pullman cars it is necessary -

: And, .to this end tomorrow morning to make reservations a week or short time." Sold at $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 in all styles l'

For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. .
with nets and other neces
;rte N in a wagon ten days in advance. The Halifax Is
Foster-}tilbnro Co., Buffalo New York, sole
7 ... sary appurtenances four men W. W. crowded every trip to and from
agents for the United States. Remember thenameDoan'sand
+ 'iNowotny and E. H. Hester and two Knights Key'and long passenger take no other. JULIUS KLINE

; 1 r< prisoners, will leave Tampa for the trains are crowded every day. The

t 1- lakes north of the city where the dav extension is
!' .. a great drawing card and Will Lose its Forfeit.

will be spent in catching perch and when there are hotels along the keys The Pensacola 'correspondent of the
1 Iream. All the fish caught will be
: thousands of those who
F : i are now going Times-Union says:

'. v*". placed in a barrel or barrels as necessity to Cuba will spend their winters there The promoters of the Pensacola : t

-.< 3-i demands and the fish will be afforded
r,; The only complaint heard from the Alabama and Western and the Pensa
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL
.t' 3e. the delight of running water
tourists is against the lack of hotel cola and Northwestern railroads will
through this barrel or barrels holes tot "
accommodations on the keys. lose by their failure to construct
be pierced in each side of each water TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY S, 190&
., x twenty miles of roadbed on these two
,, repository. A Pensacola Hotel Enterprise. roads the sum of $15,000 which was No. 99 No. 33 No. 29: STATIONS.iNo.. 78 No. 74.Nfi 9*

=. As soon as the fish are given out (Pensacola Journal.) Daily I Daily | Daily Dally Daily > Daily

r s"} or bid fair to be exhausted by the demand placed as a guarantee with the city of 800 pm 1000 am 700am Lv._.........Jacksonville...... .....Ar 7 M pin 7i ) pm 'allla.
f' A proposition which will give to Pensacola that such would be done 910 pm 1100 am 820 am Ar.......... t.Ao tine..l.T 620 pm 640 ptu 7 1* a.
e = }i for them the chief will organize 1015pm1162pm 1163 am 928! am L..Eastl'alatke..Lv il'i pm 645 pa i 613 a.
1s Pensacola a hotel to cost not less than within six: months from the date of 125 pm .......... Ar......... ..UotelOrmonJ.Ormond ........ .LT _.__.... 41* p. .......... ,k
:-_ ; another fishing party. 12 02 am 135 pm 1106 am LTLT__......... __._Ly 322: pm'' aa; pm j 414 as
$300,000 or more than $350,000 has the extension of the franchise by the 1214am 145 pm 11 17 am .... .........Uartona.............LT 307 urn Upm 4 19 *.
relation his solution
( In the of to a been made the city which time has 1255 am 222 pm 1200n'n112pm Lv. ........_.:\ewam'rna..Lv :nO pm S17 IHTi i StfMft !
; News reporter this morning there wa city by Charles B. Her and expired. 156 am 317 pm LT............. ............ 112 pm, 21-J pa '' 23V ft* -t.,
4. vey; who has made the Cawthon Hotel Mayor Goodman has advised the 239 (m 355 11m 200 pm IL.... _.....Rock led ee............ 1227 pm, 137 pn 144 a*
' ; one thing which appealed to the latter .......... 236 pm ............Eau Gallic..........". llil am--------------,-
' at Mobile about the best advertised council that the syndicate financing 347 pm !LT........._.Melbourne...........LT 1141 am,!-........ .. ..._..___.
forcibly-the demand likely to exit 612 am X600 pm 450 pm 'LT. .........Fort l1el'l'e.. ...........Lv WOO am 11/5 pa ,,11 H pan
and most popular hotel in the South these roads or who had subscribed 715 ...._. ..
; for the fish and the purpose of : am 7S3pm 655 pm \Ve>Palm ea'b..Lv 1-1Oa.tnaa' "t pot.
- ( and the best the have failedto 725am735am 80.3 pn 705 pm Ar..Ro&ll.Qlnciao..Lv 7:9 au, P t7 aH SMpMI
t d such demand. Fish free of chars' single advertisement possessed moneyfor surveys 812 pm 715 pm LTAr...... .......Breakers.............LT 7% an SM'am 841 ).
.! ; by Mobile. This proposition come up to their guarantee and 1015am 102 pm 1010 pm ..............Miami.... ..........Lv He sea'' 7 14 aa I'0* pa
,. to be kept at the stockade and to be 1 100 am .......... "630 an LT_. .... .......Miami.llome ............' Ar 230 !* ." .... ..:3U> i.LT r
is the first definite proposition made for the council to take steps for the 1140 am .......... *930 am Ar. ... ...... 'tca-1....... .....Lv'-11-10 aW.... .... : P;:':)) p..
ik- ; .x given away upon request might appeal and 400 pm ...................... Ar.. ....KnUbt's Kty: llQck..Lv! ......... ......... 11. e.1
the needless collection of the amount of the
city to say much interest guar- _
D.iIlT PuniJay
eicept .__
-t' to the palate of the average Tampan
as has been aroused and the belief antee posted. This guarantee is in PALATKA URANCII
rather than to health precautionan)
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is expressed that a magnificenthotel the form of a certified check made pay I :
;J\ F. : measures but Chief Barnard had given Leave EAST PALATKA I Arrive Leave } PALATKA 13PUtka FI.I.
.
j will be the outcome. Mr. Her able to the city in the event of failure. Palatka PALATKA :Palatka EAST PALA7 A I f 4
; : thought to this possibility and ha: ; I IP L 1

ordered the fishermen to vey is of the Hervey Hotel Co., operat and is on deposit in one of the local 520 am .......No. 45 Dally....... 5 ') am 5.;: .......Xo. 17 Da"y....... .eF of
y- t secure verb ing the Cawthon banks and the city will t 620 am .......No. 4$ Dally....... 640 am I 9IJOa ,.I. ..:-o.; 4!> Mil!" .... .10 as
and a1
r r mall fish, anglers unsuitable to frying Bienville hotelsin proceed 935 am _.....No. 60 Dally....... 955am I III' ; J : ,.......No. 51 I*.' v....... ib0aw
t? k [ Mobile and large hostelries in once to make collection of the same 1205 pm ........No. 6a: Daily...... 1225! pm 300 i-Tn |I. ., No. Si Dally... .. .. 320..
: or broiling purposes. 415 pm .......No. 64 Dally.No. ........ 455 pm 45 pm !. .. .No. 35 ImiiT.... .. ii ila
t q many prominent cities of Texas. The syndicate Is composed of local 650 pm ........ J JNo. 56 Dally....... 610 pm 90 ..ia I. .. ...Xo. W Ja'sly ... .. 10. .a
The sanitary fishing brigade will re- ........ I.
Ion pm .58 belly.5! : 1m I nJA .m .. ..Sl. ie P.v. 1105 ll
Mr. Hervey's proposition is for the< capitalists who, in addition to the ._- : ':"
; tern tomorrow evening with thei! SAN MATEO BRr\NCn- \
people of Pensacola to provide $150. guarantee will lose about $75,000 on -- .
catch. The catch will be on tap in run Leave i Arrive I Leave : : Arlve.
000 and issue bonds for $200,000 the surveys made of the routes. A t Last I EAST PALATKA San: San SAN MATEO TO
E.a.e.t
ring water at the stockade Thursda,
Palatka TO SAN MATEO EAST P
i which he will assist 1n floating and h e the time the syndicate was formed to _yateo I .fobteo \LA.Y palott a
; and thereafter. -I:1O.m ...... .sI. 45 Dany... ..... -I.o.m 456 am .... .. So.I'aUy .... .. bib as
will take a fifteen-year lease on the< encourage a road to build into Pensa 3Z JIm ........So. 63 Daily. ....... 345 pm 300 am ........So. 51 Daa;: .......,' U. ..
w- 1* Bank Foolishness hotel at a fixed percentage net on the cola It was believed by many that such 1I(11'm ....... .So. bt Dallv........ tl"-5pm 1 11s0pm..No.txi Igiy ...... 11. _

: cost of the land and building payin would! be done as New York men desired Bunk Ai No.19 Dctlj 1'IAYPORT I No. 18 J s..
.: "When attacked by a cough or a cold, o r I I I 1'-
'a when your throat is sore,it is rank foolishnes1to the taxes and insurance and putting in to build a road to Memphis. Only Only Daily ea Sun. BRANCH L Iiauy ( !LJ.-!ailp

take any other medicine than Dr. King'sNew not less than $75,000 of the modu while Stone & Webster the street railway 200pm 11010am 600 pm 800am ,L... JacbunvUJe..M: 7:1(11.14 I 100 11 1115 we
I
':: Discovery,"says C. O. Eldridge, of Empire most 24Qpm 1050am 641) pm 8.0am L. _.I'blo Beach..l.v' 650 am 12n p. 4141..
x'- ', Ga. "I have used New Discovery sevet ern hotel furniture and fixtures. men of Boston wanted to connect 246 I'm''i1058tm 646 pm 846am'I.vAtlanttelieaeb..Lvl 6U.m 1'2 H pee i. 413 N
:tOO ym ll loam 7tO: 90uam \r........ ,
.
years and I know it is the best remedy o n Pensacola with Andalusia Ala., an-1 p pm Nayport. tv 63. am :;lOu n' 414 ,8 4
earth for coughs and colds, and all No.3 No. I '
's. croup Or.oy.CltJBnocbl No.2 I No.4 No. 11 '
throat and long troubles. My children ai It Does the Business still desire to do so, but cannot make daily 1Iall1 Dally Dally Dally' 5&IIltIf'4 stints KL.IIJ 1!

,. -, subject to croup, bit" New Discovery quick]rev, Mr. E- E. Chamberlain of Clinton, Maine, any move at the present time on ac 315pm 930am Lv.NewSmyrnaAr. 109pm-I-{1630- 630am-I LvTitusiiieA IX);;; i
I cures every attack. Known the world ove 400pm ll00am L.. Lake lIel >oLt'.1216 ,
says of Bucklen's Arnica Salve "It does the ( pm 930am Ar.banforl L iQOep
as the king of throat and lung remedies. Hoi d business I have used it for piles and it count of the money stringency. 411 pm 112u ain Lv.Orange City Lv.112t16' JIm 4Q pm .... .'... .............. ... ....._..._
" under guarantee at Banner Drug Store. 50c them, applied it to an old sore and it heal rum et lt 413pm 1130am "r. Oranlre CIty Jc."i20on'n 14 Dm ..... ....'... .... ..... ". ....... .

and 100. Trial bottle free. it witnout leaving a scar behind." 33c a Lakeland's Strawberry IndustryThe Connections made at Miami with Uama&ipa of the P. and O. 9. S. Coupon, for ;
.
Na
Banner Drug Store. atu
Connections made at Kalghta Key Pock for Koy Wot and Havana.. I>lr*" fthlp.The .
Lakeland News
of Friday :
? A Suicide at Miami. says .
: byp *. TIME TABLES show the time*at which train b.
ct4 t.
In may : ae-
Celery Growing Lakeland. exp
t-l.. ; 1 The Miami Metropolis of Frida' Berry shipments continue to be very rlv' and depart from the .e..III1&tloo..; but their arrival or .lt|. rture .t th* tlui..
:
t staled 18 not:guaranteed nor doe the Company held Itself .. .
(Lakeland News. satisfactory 222 refrigerators having r ou lbl for nay dl v
says: ) or upy con y |oeDce arlnlng there from.
__ .
While temporarily crazed G. N. Wo f. The first carload of celery was been sent out from the Lakeland platform For Copy of the Local Tlw Card or Other info:mat IUB t

findin master' and part owner of the shipped from Lakeland Wednesday since our last report last Friday J.D RAHNER.Bii3 Assistant: TILE General TICKET Pass. Agt.. AGE ST. AtQU.STl.NE.''r." : FLORIDA r

Y auxiliary yacht Gloria, shot and kllle G Ratliff? Bros whose place Is locateon This represents in the neighborhoodof t

=P himself about 11 o'clock last nigh i Lake Hunter were the growers 20,000 quarts the average net returns I

'. aboard his vessel as she lay at the and it was sold to J. Hamburger & to the grower being 23 cents" a ,

F Seminole Club dock. A 32 calibr Co.. of New York at $1.75 per crate quart. \

: pistol was used the bullet enterin Yesterday G. A. Alfield shipped a Indications are that from now on
: the shipments will be still heavier it A GOOD t
DOCTOR
the right temple and causing instan .wild car which was sold at the 51a-
r being estimated that not less than
V I death. Hon to Thos Griffin, the commission will recommend
250;; refrigerators will forward each
The cause of Womndin's rash ac! man at $2.10 per crate. Mr. Alfitleceived ': i go

will be known Two I week until the season closes.: There is BALLARD'S
never )youn a check for $G50 for this ski
men on the yacht with Woffindi went t'a I probability that the market will

_: state! that he came aboard just a min The quality of this celery is very I justify liberal shipments until Apr HOREHOUND SYRUP

ute or two before he fired the sho ir. and there is no reason why Lake 10th. This will give us the best and Every couch: vrrak.'ns th. inn;**, low rs the

and he them compained f longest shipping season we have hail; 1 vitality, breaks down thn .
as passed o anj will not soon be noted as a eel i i ; IISSIH-S ami i ;r ''to

:', ." he! treatment of some woman, an' ry ct'.r.ter. as it already; bears th"itiicticn : in some years. Div the system in a weakened ;condition ct IIMIHC
<. The stock has been q ittobomoroguscoptibloto tht t-uiisur. i'te
they believed it was this that causerhim of being the banner straw very :good, nc -a e, Tenn. BaHar.' Horrhocnd y- -.:') v--il C '
r
: .J to take his life. Others however, -erry shipping point."feuerallydebilitated. finer berries ever having been gathered 5 the cough and streiigt Lea the ayi teul.

r believe financial troubles were at the anywhere than many shipped) I

s' bottom of the tragedy. The Glor'''. for Yt>ars. Had s>id kd from here this week. The Children I Like It.

has not had a good season, and this i i tJ allarllt'. larked antl.iti"... was; worn-out an Among heavy individual shippersthis t

known to have worried Woffindin con ill run-.lown. Rmnlr rk shad Hitters mad week IDab mentioned the Mrs.! C. II. P.unyon; Jtanl rrr.v, )[u.. writw: "I haeasP. f
me a well woman."-Mrs C'has. FreitoyM < your Itallanl's Horcliouiul Syrim ami tied It
f : Shade Reynolds family who awry
z slderably. broughtin useful medicine for
Conn. rough: :mll'.oIdl. and in
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ft\CtaUau.g
The dead man was about 2S year ; .-. -- I 9CO( quarts from one picking. D. K troubles.l It i is very pleasant to lak. and wu Race 'Du

of age of a pleasant jovial natur Sheriff's Sale Turner, who has a smaller acreage mend trouble it in highly.;inducing'' tho children to tko it. I f'-'ClOlR- I

and was known among yachtsmen a Sr. 'I brought in 4SO quarts as the fruit of

"Captain Short).," he being small i n Under and l>y virtue of an order rued <>u t one picking. Don't wait until that cough dowloM Into H tnnro dan- t
of the vnnty judge's: court of Drevard f't'"lIty gcroa malady. Savo yourwlf and vhildrwu
; # stature. Death was instant D r. on the 13th day November, .\. I> 1JH>7, i ill I spells and Insure a lung anti healthy life. Uh.uy "ldi
t a certain writ of attachment wherein P. A. Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema
:
= who examined the I
,;; Skaggs body a few McMillan( is plaintiff and Harold I. Smith i s COUGHS coi.ns. souu IUNXIS
minutes after the fatal defendant, I have levied I There are dix-ases for which Chamberlain' CURES:'\ !
shot had bee ulna and Mill !ot-ll! l : "fUi5, OARS 'A}2SS. WlUHU'lNd: 1 Ste
fired before the courthou.se d's>rinTitu.-vile! Flor Salve k especially valuable. quickly allay: COUGH AND ALL l.ti.Vl!! .-
stating that the bullet tad IKOUBLES
pier ids daring the lrgI: hours of stleon Monday. the itching and smarting and soon effects -s.'t' ::\.
ed the brain. the (ithriayof -'I'lil.D.IftIS.! the follow cure. Price 2cents.. For sale by Titusvill ,! '
' ins JY al t>tatr of the said! Pharmacy and all dealers. Pleasant Y t
proi rty defendant
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The body was turned over to Unde Harold. Smith, vi/: : ----_ Quick k.; ;v.

w taken King and is being held awaitin All the undivided one-thin interest of said to 25c, SOC and $1.00 toCure t ; :

advice from the mother! of the decea Harold I. Smith in and* to that tract of land Robbins & Graham Co1e Take .. .v
described in deed hook "W"paxe310, record :t :
ed residing in New York. The cooner's r. of Brevard county described as follows: -- :\I c'
inquest held this Beginning at the southwest corner of th (Incorporated) :
morning r e'
Indian river in line with a cross in a rock Ballard Snow Liniment .f"
Milted In the finding of a verdict otl1icide. thence running east northerly in line witb Paid-Up. Capital 133.000 Co. Q Q'tf

I land now owned by Charlotte FonUin to the J. I
Banana river,thence northerly with said rive This company owns lands in the 500502 North Second Slrcct, "!if'
p r -- about twelve hundred and forty-five (pit l Indian river country, on the St .! 6; ." ..
} g A Higher Health Level feet to a mark or cross in a rock and to landofSe.broD Lucie river, at New river and on ST. LOUIS, 41tltitit1U11 ; ; ,
Jones.thence west in l\ .
southerly line
3. ;; % .. "I have reached a higher health level since with a cross in the rock to Indian river thence Biscayne bay l'I. i
it4 I began using Dr. King's New Life Pills" in southerly course R'ithsaidIndian river 1 to 1
,
beginning PRICES TO SUIT I5+:, .:e4.
writes Jacob Springer, of West Frank. the place of said piece of land containing THE TIMES
two and a half((2'h) acres more or less, Sold and
,' i, .J Mains "They keep my stomach liver and all situated and being in section 10. township Send for land list Recommended by
bowels working just right If these pills disappoint 27 south, raiijb 37 east.
' you on trial,money will >>e re fund eat d J. P. BBOWJ. OFFICES T1tUBV'111o Pl1.L1.'I..u:1.l\oy: ;
;*< Banner Drug Store. ::1c. Sheriff Brevard County. Via. TITCSVILLE ft11.Cl
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LILIIifriEws.; : New Town on Grassy Key. The State's Finances. I The Modesty of Women (

FOB THE
BEST The Miami News-Record of Tuesdaysays The monthly report of Hon. W. V. .aturally makes them shrink from the i ,

Knott, state treasurer, filed with the indelicate questions, the obnoxious examinations i
; 1 .1Ir : and unpleasant local treatments

.- ,<:,< ,-11 PAIR.PLORIDAt BOWEl3It Edward H. Crane and E. A. Perry governor, shows balances in the treasury which some physicians consider I -

,,, JOt regular,btaltfcy+increment the will leave this morning for Grassy to the credit of the several state essential in the treatment of diseases of r e
"<' > '" ";,;}." ,- )wels eTery dar you're ill or will be. Kep jroar Yet if help can be had, it is
( 'Done Towards the De- rowels open and be well. Force la the shape of Key where they will take a look at and educational funds at the close o! women "
Betug let
ordeal than
-> $ violent phjiie or pill .-oisoa.1I dangerous. The better to submit to this ,
smoothest easiest most perfeet way of keeping the operations now going on there in business February 29, 1908 as follows the disease grow and spread. The troubleis

: t 'felopment of the Peninsula the bewail clear and deaD is to take all
.{ preparation for founding a town o : that so often the woman undergoes
CANDYCATHARTIC
'' J#, Live Oak farmer has planted five'acres' General revenue fund .. ..$ 88,129.44 the announce_ and shame for nothing. ,
A.
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.. city.Mr. TbonsandsSif women who have been ,

'i ,. Pii"-t.-X .> .. In onions. Crane has been the owner of One mill school fund .. .. 21,297.1 cured ox Dr. 'erce's Favorite Prescription

since Pension tax fund .. ...... 134,163.19 injh rpciation of the cure
lt : fL, A great Improvement is noted In' Grassy Key for many years and wrucv tJ
State board of health fund 91,724.16 which dis Jh caVMi the examinationsand
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he de-
4. 't. !: the railroad has touched there
, Tampa's: cigar industry. local treatments. There te no othrmorticing

j i:: \ A sweet potato weighing 18 pounds cided to lay part of the island out In White college :Morrill: fund 6,804.37
" ; 1t;..' .... :town lots and put them-on sale. The Principal of school fund undivided women_a< 'avorite Pre
& i:" : ?. has been grown near Sorento. I plans have been perfected and withina .. . .. 1.447.5S cures debilitating drains, irregularity and s

:. Tarpon fishing is becoming good female weakness. It always helps. It
., few days the new resort will be widely Interest of school fund .. 5,001.77 almost always cures. It is strictly non-
both the lower East and West EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
on
.J: Pleasant. Palatable. Potent Taste Good Do advertised. No expense will be Principal of seminary fund alcoholic, non secret, all its ingredients

' Coasts.. 1 Good Merer sit Yen.Woken or Gripe1: 19.Si and spared in making the proposed town (uninvested) .. . 244.76 being printed on its bottle-wrapper; con-
10 cents per box. Write for free sample and book
deleterious habitformingdrugs
tains or
The, watermelon acreage around let on health. Address 433 site one of the most attractive in tie Hire of state convicts fund 52S07.47Drainage no and native medicinal root
Sterling Chlc3co Rew Tork. every
Remedy Company
,Kissimmee will be largely Increased or south and as there is ample capital be- tax fund .. .. 4,527.71 entering into its composition has the full l

Y_ this year. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN hind the move of the promoters it Indian war claim fund. .'.. 25,000.00 endorsement of those most eminent the
schools of medical Someof
several practice.
Captain R.A. Shine, a native of Tallahassee will be no half way business. Agricultural college fund. 1,208.74 these numerous and strongest of pro-

t and one of its most promi- Great sorrow is felt in DeLand over Streets and avenues will be laid out Interest of seminary fund. 451.40 fessional endorsements of its ingredients, 4

nent citizens is dead. 1 the death of Hon. Henry A. DeLand and graded at once and to :start the Experiment station inciden- will be found in a pamphlet wrapped $
v the ] also in booklet mailed
1 of Mr. Crane's visit cidental fund .. . 2,034.29 around bottle a
work the
founder of the city. The sad event is object -
P. T. Cobb has resigned as post-. free on request, by Dr. E. V. Pierce of

master at Fort Pierce after a service occurred last Friday at Mr. DeLand's there today. A. E. Perry has Colored college Merrill fund 7,390.15 Buffalo, N. Y. These professional en..,

home in Fairport, N. Y. been appointed local agent for Miami Hatch experiment station fd 2,395.52 dorsements should have far_more weight
of more than ten years. than amount of the ordinary lay, or
F Adorns experiment station any ..
and within a few days he will begin
More than $2,000 was raised last An early morning fire in Fernandini non-professional testimonials. .. !jj
fund .. . .. ... I
homesto to tell people just what he has to offer. 1,423.10 The most intelligent women now-a-days
Sunday in the Methodist church at St. last Tuesday burned five negro 1
This will be one of the greatest Colored normal school con- mist on knowing what they take as medicine i
toward off debt the ground and in one cottage i mouths likea
Petersburg paying a of their
deals In real estate that has been tingent fund . .. 1.81 instead opening '
of 2500. woman and two small children were lot of young birds and gulping down

L burned to a crisp while endeavoring to opened In several years and the promoters i Bind Deaf and Dumb inci- whatever is offered them. Favorite'Pre- IIll

The Manatee Hotel Manatee was of the Grassy Key city state Florida Female college in- scription" is of KXOWST COMPOSITIOS. It

destroyed by fire Tuesday morning. escape.In i that the people will be surprised when dental fund . .. .. 216.42 makes weak women strong and sick I I
the case of the United State \s. women welL
The building was owned by Captain they learn what-is to be offered therein University incidental fund 15.96 Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser Is sent freeon I

S. F. Perkins who estimates his loss ,' W. G.'Wells, charged with trespassingon the way of profitable investments. tal fund .. eo eo eo 221.91 receipt of stamps to pay expense of t l-l
mailing onli/ Send to Dr. K. V. Pierce i
the domain in Polk county.
public
at fully 10000. A defective flue A prospectus Is now being prepared Proceeds college property Buffalo N. Y., 21 one-cent stamps for pa- {

; ., is supposed to have caused the coo Florida where Hon. John M. Cheney, which will set forth all the advan- fund. . . . 4.25 per-covered,or 31 stamps for cloth-bound.
United States attorney secured a ver If sick consult the Doctor,free of chargeby
flagratkm. tages of Grassy Key, and in the mean letter. All such communications are '
dict for the of $12,000 and ;:
:. Following the disgraceful and repre- government time Mr. Perry is prepared to furnish Total . eo eo . $140.537.72 held sacredly confidentiaL !, .;
an appeal was taken to the. United I Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pellets invigorate
hensible acts of Ocala's chief of police information to all who call on him. nd regulate stomach, liver and bowels
States Circuit Court of Appeals noticeis Race Suicide h !
=' Marshal Cleveland and Policeman
that the appeal has failed and !
given Growth of Kn as President Roosevelt calk it is not
Homer Dean the Ocala city council 'ght's Key. nearly 1 't
that Wells must pay the United States' the menace to increase in population that The Most Valuable Set of Yafkl and Semi-
met last Friday night and dismissed deaths infants And of Casa Drag Boots ever PdlislwL.
government the $12,000 assessed by (Key West Citizen.) among are. eight out .
both officials from office. W. C I ten of these deaths are directly or indirectlycaused I

the court. No better evidence of the growing by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby El- -RUDDER- -- -
Bull was elected the new marshal and ixir cures diarrhoea, dysentery. soaretomwh t
Importance of Knights Key can be '
John D. Glover a policeman. While everyone is aware that a and all infant ailments of this nature.; Just HOW-TO BOOKS ,
furnished than in the fact that the cus- the thing for teething babies. Price 25 andSOcents.
traffic is being car- have been built from the fines
heavy passenger Over 3oco boats
Free tuition free room rent, and a toms service has been compelled to Sold by Titosville Pharmacy and printed in thee books-Successfully sailed in
ried on over the Knight's Key extension Banner Drug Store. t
clime and : sea-Full detail
reduction in the regular rate of board- increase its force there. every: upon every
1 no one has given much thoughtto drawing of:all parts showing what: it is and
ing will be given to Florida teachersand When the steamer line was first in- Coal Shipped Through PensacolaThe how to nuke n-Text extremely simple.
the which is
i freight business fully
and prospective teachers while taking augurated a deputy collector and two HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
in proportion to that of the passenger Pensacola correspondent of the W foot w nr nthoct Lurk. wy to....iLl.frame*.H blnreep _
the Review Course in the Normal .. ...... .
: i inspectors were able to handle the guud naaf bit far a a. /'.1. tumnrn i.
trains. The freight train which arrived -I Times-Union says: "Arrangementswere
tDepartment of Stetson University De- business, but just a few weeks later HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
here last Saturday from Knights closed here Tuesday by local exporters Inc bit for.n.rom. uilme*r kaorktaw ahooS b i
I Land Florida, during the spring term we find the force increased to four KHwl ..,.-r Kwt bra_"ft'SJ.I..llwl&i tioop ores'riff
;p I ... ..,.
Key brought up twenty-eight loaded to handle 10,000 tons of coal ; full t n.uJ pxria. u( completed bola

beginning larch 25th and continuing inspectors and even that number is each month for the National HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP i
cars of freight. The south bounJ Railwayof ,.......,. .
.1 rartBC nwhine Jt J
'1 for a period of nine weeks. barely sufficient to properly handle Moil : ever iyB ; a prferianrr
: who i. Aiueiu,At aa.1.--.Iia to buld fen
freight train Tuesday morning car- Mexico are to export this ...wdk.HOW i Mtj |
tY; a The orange grapefruit, lime and the great amount of traffic passing amount 10
of coal each month for the
ried out thirteen cars of local and TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
mango trees are blooming and the through that port.It Simple >< pncttrat fhowinu bow to me.traee a land
r a:
: v through freight. Most -of the latter next twelve months making a total of ..u for_..It It&./....tor. hcnral otter p.....
quantity is evidence of a good crop must be remembered too that until -
was billed to Havana, Cuba. Each 120,000 tons to be handled. The coal HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
for the coming season. A visit to an the latter part of next month the A'". .:1 ..... .r.i.i.a b..t. .000I a bi.; ....t3.s
which is
to come from the Alabama ... .
week the demand on the Knights Key i&krl w t. { tot ai.ad0w &t n.
I; Is bulk. of the travel will be southward.
: orange or grapefruit grove now a BUILD A SHOAL.
road grows and this summer will see mines is to be loaded into vessels HOW TO DRAUGHT alOOf
;. delight, as one can not only see the Most of the tourists go down to Cubain A drrr little sailing boat,vuk BoderaU........UKoullftAil
wharf .
Muscogee where coal
heavy work on all freight trains to I the plan.

ripened fruit on the trees, but also] that place.-Miami KewsRecord.I I January and remain until April or chutes will enable the company to HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

air Earn to hedd,e*.Mi.aa : ghIjta4 the craft for a kglo
green fruit and blossoms, and the May.It load a vessel in one day and the heavy biga witk,eaa be biuit PT7 cbepft! tts.sloop c*eat tif

a is :heavy with fragrance of the beau- A black hand outrage is reported may therefore be expected that shipments will add much to the bus- HOW TO BUILD A UOCCL YACHTA

from Ybor roiaplele d..rnp<.on of bow la told a model;e 1M UMrf
Sun. City Tampa's big Spanishand when the tide of travel turns toward
tiful bloom.-Tropical I iness of the port. The National rail- skiff Med u MH|B
Cuban suburb where on Sunday the United States that the force of cus-
: It is rumored on good authority that ways recently decided to make an experiment $1. EACH
night last Dr. Giovanni Grana, a prom- toms officials now at Knights Key
e within the next 30 days, locomotive in order to determine whether PHEPAI9 ay CftPMCaS ANTWHIRC
i Y- inent physician his brotherinlawJohn will be far too small to I J
+ ; No. 12 which was used at Knights by properly or not it would be advantageous toI Bound in cloth-GoM lettering-Size of pag.
: Orefino, and a friend Alfonso look out for it. 9 by i J inches-Large,cearlyrwa plans
Key before the road was completedwill ship coal through Pensacola so sent
Mule, were shot from ambush by four This is the outlook a few weeks after small THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. !,
be shipped to Key West to aid in one steamer here for coal. This
men who,, had secreted themselves in the opening of the terminal, whatit B MUMHAT STREET NEW Yon, u. S. A
the work at this end. With the aid of trial trip was satisfactory so it was
the grounds of St. Joseph's C<\Uvent.Iule will be next year no man can conjecture decided to S rl4 ttat for Cat.ogue of Books forI'atMsmatt's
close the
contract for all
1 a locomotive and an adequate Library.I .
:\ will probably die. The others .
number of cars the road between here coal to come through this pork"How'
only wounded. All
were slightly are ---
be completed in !a
Pine
and Key can
Italians and the shooting is believedto New Corporations. This

.0' few months.-Key West Citizen. be the result of a black hand plot. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for SEEDS

... Among the new Florida corporations any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
successfully Five thousand dollars had been de
A bold robbery was Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. .
with the of
filing papers secretary oesapurityandrelt-
worked last Friday morning at the manded from Dr. Grana several weeks J.CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo. O. I abitityFafry'aSeadaare
1-" state at Tallahassee are: We the undersigned have known F.J. Cheney ia a class by them
when and he had also been
union station In Jacksonville ago, notified to The Pope Manufacturing Company, for the last 15 years,and believe him per- selves. Farmers

the ticket office was mysteriously visited leave the city. Demands have been sonally honorable in all business transactionsand I hate confidence
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.- Jacksonville, Frank W. Pope presi financially able to out obliga- In them because
cash. made on other prominent Italians and carry any know they
in
and robbed of $1,380 they
: tions made by their firm.
dent; Charles F. Pope, secretary and can be relied ups
).. J. J. Woolf for some time agent of much alarm has prevailed in the ItalIan WEST &TBUAX, '. ', on. Don't experiment
: treasurer. Capital stock $10,000. Filed Wholesale Ohio.W.LDIS. J
DrugsistsToledo. with cheap
'i::; the Atlantic Coast Line at Fort Myers co!onr.: The police have arrested February 15, 191>S. Kixx,\x & M\RVIN, ,yA. if.rt U seeds-your surety

:a has left his home and has left no trace four Italians on suspicion.Fish Wholesale DruggibU.Toledo. Ohio. -% i ,' lied in buy ic;
w outby
seeds sent
National Mutual Protective Society 1UU'Catarrh Cure is taken internally act-
His wife and a conscientious e
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of his whereabouts., \
6".. Dying in Caldwell Pond :Jacksonville, A. L. Henry, president; ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces "'J and trustworthy
sa'f children are unable to account for his of the system. l"riet".JC. per bottle. house.

at For some reason or another the fish is. L. Ditto, secretary and treasurer. Sold by all druggists.. Testimonial free. t'9 Farrr a Seed Annual ,Ut !
He was last seen 1 FKi-E. Addre.af
disappearance. Capital stock, $3,000. Filed February Halls Family Pills are the best. for 155',2
In the Caldwell pond are all djinz. 0 M.FunlCaBaitn.U a,
Key West. --- ----
15. 190S. ::1
Some say it is because the pond is going Fullers Earth Plant Burned. --
The United States Senate has received The Jacksonville Warehouse and 50 YEARS + t
dry and others that it is because
(Manatee Record.))
the President the nomina- EXPERIENCE
from Distributing Company Jacksonville
,
it has been dynamited. Some of these*
The immense fuller's earth of
plant
tion of Rix M. Robinson to be post C. L. Bagwell president; E. F. King,
fish are very large, and weigh as muchas the Atlantic Refining was
master at Pensacola Florida. Robinson secretary and treasurer. Capital stock company
sixteen pounds. Perhaps as manyas burned to the Tuesday night
is named to succeed Postmaster $18.000. Filed February 17, 1SOS. round
twenty years years ago, when there
rather early
morning
or Wednesday
Xorthup who was rejected by the sen Hart Furniture Company Jacksonville : r
was so much in the newspapers about
The plant is located the north
ate a year ago. In spite of the re- the T. S. Hart president: ; H. L. on TRADE MARKS s
German carp as a food fish and
bank of the Manatee river just above
has continued in DEslcnsCOPYRIGHTS
jection Northup Keen secretary. Capital stock $15,000
the government was distributing themin Ellenton, and was valued at about . Ac.
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which fact recently provoked an
-office, Filed February 1;,1905.
sketch and
all parts of the country a bucketfulwas Anynne sending a description may
the Senate. The department 1100,000. It Is understood that it quickly ascertain oar opinion free w nether an
Inquiry by sent to some unknown party in Ximanies Cigar Factory, Miami, B. invention ts probably patentable. Cummnolca-
that it was unacquainted was fully insured. lions nctly conn JeoUaL Handbook on Fatenia
responded G. X1.'anies president V. L. Beed
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Ocala. sent fr Ullest agency fur aecurtnTentsPants !
As the
daon which they: arrived The information at hand is to lh. taken through Co. receive
with the facts and that the ref.tt8
secretary and treasurer. Capital $25- cpffial notice, without
was bitterly cold the officials
express effect that the fire originated from
continuance of Northup in office was OOv. Filed Feb 19, 190S. one Scientific Jlm ri\an.
were fearful that they would
of the oil tanks and within a few moments
an oversightJohn Terra Ceia Wharf and Transportation -
freeze and turned them over to Hon.C. the entire plant] was fire. A handsomely Illustrated w > lIlr. largest circulation
on
Company. Terra Ceia, H. L. Able : of any ncientlflc VmrnaL 1'erms.W a
W. Newman, engineer in M. Brown
and the writer and we : It is not known: whether the veer: tourmonthsL Sold by ll newsdealers.
com
charge of the surveying attendant placed them in the Caldwell pond. We president; R. R. Seville, Jr., secretary pany-which is owned by the StandardOil MUNN & CO.3619roatMaJ, New York

the reclamation of Everglades and treasurer. Capital stock, $5,00.: _Brauel1 Once-13! F SL WasJIlJIatoo.D.c.
upon are a little surprised to know that people will be rebuilt or not

land by the State of Florida, arrived they have been growing and multiplying Filed February:}, 1908. -- --

in the city Wednesday morning ac- all these years. for we thought Blackman Coupler Company. Grace- Do Not Crowd the Season KILL THE COUCH

his assistant, and at \ilie. Thomas G. Blackman, Jr., presi-! AND CURE THE LUNGS
companied by they had long since disappeared.Ocala .- The first warm days of spring bring with

once went to the head of the Miami Banner. lent: A. C. Lee, secretary and treasurer. them a
Capital stock; 1000000. Filed rating air and sunshine. ChiKln-n hat hive
where he will establish camp
river been housed all winter
up are brought nit i WITH Dr King'sNew
and begin the survey preliminary to for Misery February 20, 1908. and you wonder where they all came from
find The heavy winter clothing is thrown aide I
The Concordia Club Pen-
placing a state dredge in the river to "I have a cure for the misery malaria Company and many shed their ftaauekThen a add

work in conjunction with the dredgesnow poison predates," says B M. Jame.-s of Louel. sacola. C. Ray Mitchell president; E. wave comes and people nay that grip Ls epi-i Discovery i
len ..
S. CoIt' called Electric Bitters, aud
Fort Riede, secretary. Capital stock $5,000. demic. Colds at this season are even more
river at
engaged in the New in
comes 50 cent bottles. It breaks up a ran
dangerous than in midwinter as there is much
,_ Lauderdale. It will take some little of chills or a biliou attack in almost no time Filed February: 22, 19Q5.I.ai more danger of pneua onia. Take .Chamber FOR COUGHS sf>II($iaoi

and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of com- Eustis Pavilion Iain's Couah Remedy, however, sad will trial Bottle flu
1 time for Mr. Newman to complete the mission. This great tonic medkine and t' : Company: you
have nothing to fear. always* cores, and AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
blood purifier gives qnkk relief in all stomach. Lake Kustis. John S. Lane, president
survey after which arrangements for ; we have never known a cold to result in pneumonia .
liver and kidney complaints and the miseryof C. S. alley stock when it was u -tL It is pleasant and GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY
to begin work will begin.- secretary Capital ,
is
the dredge lame back. Sold under
the
at
gnaruntce
safe to take. Children like it. For sale by OR MONEY REFUNDED.
3Iiami Metropolis. Banner Drug Store. $:>,
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', tf s9': THE FLORIDA STAR MARCH 27, ieoe "

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.a THE FLORIDA STAR County Committee in Session

Titusville, Fla., Mch. 18th, 1908. Governor of Wyoming
Entered
at the poatoffice at Titurville as
teeowi-class mail matter. The Democratic County Executive

committee met this day at 1:30 p.m.
t SUBSCRIPTION,8t. O PER ANNUM
F
in accordance with the call of the Endorses

Elba B.Yacel',. Ed1t.ora.4 Publisher. chairman. Present: Capt. W. H. Pe-ru-na.

; PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Sharpe, chairman; G.F.Duren, M. S. .

Sams by G. F.Duren proxy,and E.A.

,< '. Mayes' Suggestion to Gilchrist M. Stewart, secretary. The proxy Other Prominent Give Pe-ru-na f

r The Pen>aeola Journal makes ',the was duly filed by G. F. Duren.

i. '. suggestion to Candidate Gilchrist forT After calling the committee to order Americans' Great Credit -

governor, that he get married in or- the minutes of the last meetingwere

'" der that he may stand some chance read and approved.Mr. j:5..Uj: ,

s of winning in the primary, citing the J. F.Wooten being a candidate NA

: example of Grover Cleveland, who for office, tendered his resignation as +, rx.n :

y married before his second nomina- a member of the committee. On motion 'r J
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tion as president and was elected. the same was accepted and Mr.

.r The Journal rates General Gilchrist J. P. Cooper, of Cocoa, was electedas

l'' as a loser at present for the reason a member of the committee in

amongst others that he hasn't a wife place of Mr. Wooten.On "I have such conflgf >f< se'> ::7 "k A _'

's to help along his cause and commend motion the secretary was instructed -
,::, $ deuce in prominent ".r :
:*; him to the married men of Florida, to prepare the call for the per-

f y for !it is 'said that "the hand that primary election to be held May 19th, r f/sonal friends who have used "rNrf .Yr

Wl-: ,rocks. the cradle rules the world." 1908,and publish the same asrequired : }<' ""u and endorsed Pe-ru-na that 1

W: Bra by law. }' t t feel Justified in assuming that

The following assessments were
d too late. Why did'nthe give the levied.on each candidate for their re- it is a valuable remedy for ca.4.

\: '' general this hint before, as the latter spective offices and application for t:a tarrh and an excellent general

1;$ 5. has been an announced candidate for name to be printed on the official tonic. "

3+. 4; some months past? It is really too ticket at the primary election to be John W. Hoyt.ExGovernor

f I' bad to spring this now when it is only made in writing to the secretary and of Wyoming.

about seven weeks' time to the pri- treasurer, E. A. M. Stewart, Eau

_ '. mary. It takes most of great men Gallie, Fla., prior to the 29th day of

f some little time to decide upon such April, 1908, and to be accompaniedby

.\ an important step as matrimony the amount assessed the candi-
on ;4 The Magnificent State Capitol Building of Wyoming..... 44W ..

and we candidly think that unless the dates for their respective offices. __w.v.p+,w::::::. :.:.:.:.:..v_:_:::... :',:.:_R: ,n{.:?C.4'n-._ /< .i.*.w.---.v 33SS!" -.'."5"Sv.-._Tr5y.._......._!..*..-.?..?...:.r.:.r./jr'_: ..:._::77: *::i":_:CM-.Y, .n.. n___
Q:, general is in position to jump into Each candidate for the following
; r LIST OF PROMINENT AMERICANS.Gen. pany is authorized to use,If it aochooeet,
ff o- married life at once it would hardly offices is hereby assessed as follows: believingas I do,that by so dong it will

avail him much at this stage of the For state senator, $25. W. H. Parsons, Confederate Army, ez-State Senator, Texas. be for the general good.Wm.Bailey.Col. .

t- 1 campaign." house of representative, $20. Cot Bailey, Washington, D. c.,labor Organizations and U.V. L. C. L Patten.
Col. C. L. Patten iiI'9 T St, X. W..
:: .w county judge, $20. Cot Patten, of Washington, D. C.,Military and Masonic Orders. Washington, D.C., a Lieutenant in the
of Senator Bryan sheriff, $70. Hon. R. S. Ryan, of Alaska,Ex-Member English House Parliament. I Old Guard, an exclusive organization

c Death has laid a heavy hand upon clerk of circuit court, $70. J Congressman Cale, of Alaska,well known on Pacific Slope. j composed of soldiers of i..haclioJ.o

IJ'Death:; < the United States senate during the county tax assessor, $45. -- -- : : fought: in the civil war, and.. Thirty
t' Gen. W. Parsons.Gen. ------I years' war, may accept this voluntary second degree Mason,writs as fellow:
s session and
: current especially county tax collector $45.
up- ,
; W. H. Parsons is ex-State Senator testimonial to the merits of Peruna as a "I bare used Peruna, and desire to
on Florida. Five senators have died.I Supt. of public instruction, and ex-Special Judge of the Supreme sense of obligation on my part for its recommend your remedy a* an invigorating

:. since the beginning of the session,of $45. Court of Texas, also Brigadier Generalin wonderful efficacy." spring tonic ;uso t.ae of the b* t

:i! ; ,which number Florida has lost two, For county treasurer, $25. Confederate Army. In a recent letter cot Wm. Bailey. remedies that I ever tried for OCMliM,
: William Bailey,581 bt., N. E.,Washington
colds and catarrhal
from 925 H St., N. W., Washington, D. complaints"lion.
.I Senators Mallory and Bryan. Sup'r. of registration, $10. C. this D. C., Past Col. Enc. No. 69, R. S. Ryan.
prominent gentleman :
The death of Senator Bryan is particularly 1 county commissioner, $5. says Union Veteran Legion,and prominently Hon.R.S.Ryannow r wing in Nome,
j'.t sad. He was at the very member of board of public instruction "Upon the recommendation of personal identified with many of the great labor Alaska, was formerly a member of tfe.
: friends and many strong testi- protective associations in Chicago and English HouaeofParliamentand See
threshold of what
,j gave promise oft $5. monials to the of Peruna in
: as efficacy New York, and Secretary of one of the retary to the late Irish patriot, Charles
: ::" being a most successful political ca The following named officers were the treatment of the numerous symp- largest associations in the former city, Stewart ParnelL Washington; address

., reer. appointed to hold the primary election toms of the la grippe with which I have had for nearly thirty years been afflicted is New Willard Hotel, Washing

-- t- Less than thirty-two years of age, on May 19th, 1908: been afflicted for four months past, I I with kidney troubles. ton, D.C. He writes: "I have u ed Pe .
:; ; have been induced to undergo a treat- I Within a short period he has been per- runs and can recommend your remedy
I he had already achieved the highest LaGrange: P. W. Roberts, L. K. ment with this justly celebrated for- '
" snaded to try Peruna, and his present as a very effective cure fur cold and
political honor in the gift of the people Myers, Geo. B. Gardner, inspectors; mula. I feel s decided change for the healthy condition is attributed to his catarrhal complaints.

of his state and before he could G. B. Johnson, clerk. better after using it onlyone week. It judicious use of that great remedy. Hon. Thomas Caic.

demonstrate his capacity for national 1 Titusville: A. A. Bethea, Van T. is especially good in toning up the stomach Washington climate is notoriously bad Hon.Thomas Cale,elected toCongreM
; and international and has had a decided effect upon for kidney and liver troubles, yet by a from Alaska,is well known on the Pacific .
affairs his last
illness
'S Worley, P. J. Hall, inspectors; J. P. appetite. I therefore feel much
my en-
judicious use of the remedy he is now slope, where he ha resided. HI
seized upon him. Wilson, clerk. couraged that I am on the road to com- quite cured and in excellent physical Washington address is 13129th St., N.

He was, as stated by Washington City Point: B. F. Beal, J. D. Hat- plete restoration. condition. W., Washington, D. C. lIe write.: "I

x newspaper correspondent, a fine type ter, J. J. Chancey, inspectors; W.H. "My numerous friends Texas,whereI This brief statement of facts, without can cheerfully recommend Peruna u .
of the ideal southern gentleman. A Sharpe, clerk.Rockledge have had the honor to command a exaggeration or hyper bole,appears to tell] very efficient remedy for cough ao4COM3.
brigade of her Veteran Cavalry in a four the whole story,which the PerunaComFor ."
few days before he was attacked by : J. P. Cooper, J. M.
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County Commissioners For Tax CollectorTo
, SS he was quoted as saying: "My sole E. C. Johnson, clerk. PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTS We
respectfully announce that we
ambition, at present, is to make for Eau kllie: J. E. M. Hodgson, Announcements under this heading $.j.OO, shall be candidates for county commissioners the Voters of Erevan County:

myself a place as one of the best representatives J. T. Snell, S. B. Stewart, inspectors; published until the first primary with an exception from our respective districts at I herewith announce my candidacy foe
made of$2.5() fur county commissioners the next primary election. the office of tax collector of Brevard
y. Florida has ever sent to D. H. Sample, clerk. end members of the school board the fee Trusting that our services meet your county. If elected to this office I promise
the senate. If I succeed in that they Melbourne: C. R. Oblin, J. M. to be paid in advance. approval, and that we will receive your to give my best services to the pee-

may let me stay here; I may outgrowmy Minor, G.M. Brown, inspectors; C.J. For County Treasurer- support.J. M.We OSBAN remain Dist.yours No.truly 1. ple port, and at the trust I will receive. their sup

lack of years and turn out one oi F. Campbell, clerk. Courtenay, Fla., March 25, 1908. J. R. MIOT, Dist. No. 2. PHILIP rt. WRKHIT.
' the oldest instead of the youngestmembers. Malabar: ,F. W. Comstock, W. P. R. A. COMCIJNG, Dist. No. 3. ---- -- -
To the Voters,of Brevard
County. T. A. ROBINSON
Arnold, G. W. Washburn, inspectors Dist. No. 4. For Supervisor of Registration
; Haring decided to announce myself as T. J. COCKSHUTT, Dist.No. 5.
F. A. Drake, clerk. a candidate for nomination at the com- To the Democratic Voters of Bnrvard CW&tf.
The postoffice authorities at Wash- For
Grant: L. Jorgensen J. M. Herndon ing Democratic primary for the office of Representative I am a candidate for renommatien by
ington have barred from the mails county treasurer I respectfully request At the solicitation of friends I the
R. T. Smith, inspectors; P. Ber- my Democracy Brevard county for
the anarchist paper of Paterson, jour support, promising you that if nomInated hereby announce myself a candidate for' the office of supervisor of registration.If .
r telsen, clerk. and elected will fulfill the dutiesof representative from Brevard in I nominated
county I a continuance
N. J.
that has been {
advocating
promise
mur- Banyan: R. B. Stewart, I;,. D. the office in the interest of. the people the next legislature, subject to the action j of a faithful performance of the dutiesof
der and arson and the overthrow oJ f of Brevard county, as in the past of the coming primary election of the office. Soliciting the of
the government. Meanwhile Emma L Jernigan, W. J. Ragan, inspectors; when I was honored with jour confi- May 19th. My: platform will be pub-i all in the primary, support
C. H. Casper, clerk. dence. lished in THE STAR in full in the i I am respectfully
Goldman continues very ,
to preach the nearI
Georgiana: A, B. Carter C. D. Very respectfully future. J. W. '; W. S. NORWOOD.
same doctrine in her lectures without t JNO. H. SAMS.
hindrance. Couldn't Emma be Provost,Jas.Tuttle, inspectors; E. 1'. .- ---- For Member of County School Board --- ---- -- -
; t Hall clerk. For State Senator 13th DistrictI FoState'* AttorneyI
r brought under the supervision of the We, the many friends, announce the'
'< : Mcrritt: J. E. Reed, J. D. Saris, hereby announce myself a candidate name of J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge, hereby announce my candidacy for
postoffice department or the inter W. B. Sams inspectors G. W. Schuy- for sate senator for the thirteenth senatorial Fla., a clean, straight, capable man as nomination to a second term of office el
: state commerce commission, or the district corniced of Brevard, candidate for member of the county'', state's attorney in and for the 7th jwtt-
F:- various railroad commissions or ler, clerk. St. Lucie and Dade counties, subject to school board for this, the second dis- cial circuit of Florida, subject to tfce
,
Hauo\er! : J. W. Griflis, B. H. the will of the Democrats as expressedat trict, and ask the support of all good Democratic primary to be held on May
.J. something? : Watton T. R. Crook, inspectors; the ensuing citizens at the coming pnmary. 19th, 1908. If again trusted with the
primary.J.
t\ a I Wm. Watton, clerk. W. WATSON. MANY FRIENDS. administration of this most important
Several new announcements ------.- office by the people, I will, as I have
appear Canaveral: W. C. Peterson, S. F. For Member of School BoardTo
For Member School Board 3rd always striven do
Dist. to perform dtttj
: t this week for political favors in Gray, Henry Wilson inspectors; the Voters of Brevard County. impartially and fearlessly for the my tot
t t Brevard. There is time enough yet l H. L. Holrrifb clerk. I announce myself a candidate for re 1 respectfully announce myself as a interests of the state.
for an active contest before the priM The chairman was requested to nomination as member of the school candidate at the next primaries for school JOHN C.,JON as.
board for the third district and ask the
confer with the attorney general in board member for district No. 1. I States Attorney 7th Judicial Circa*.
maries for the various offices and of all if record such
where election support my past as shall appreciate the support of all
regard to precincts ---- -
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{ there is seeming tendency for has been satisfactory. I have been a A. J. CARTER.
a
t candidates and commissioners' districts conflict. resident of Brevard county for 34 j ears. NoticeTo
r to come forward and announce The committee adjourned to meet E. B. ARNOLD. NoticeTo the A"oters of Bievard (/VUII'Y.
themselves. in Titusville on Wednesday, April
1 the Voters of Brevard County After reading the notice of John
29th, 1908, at 1:30 p. m., to prepare For RepresentativeI Henry
Thanking you for past favors I again in our last week's county papers, stating -
the ticket required to be voted at the
The Florida celery market went t o respectfully announce myself as a beg to announce myself as a candidate that under no circumstances will be
t r the bad in New York last week and primary election on May 19th, 1908. candidate for representative in the leg- : for re-election to the office of clerk of be a candidate for any office at the next
'! W. H. SHARPE, islature from Brevard county, at the the circuit court of Brevard county subject primary election, I herewith announce
many who were in the deal for speculation E. A. M. STEWART, Chairman. primary election to be held May 19th. to the action of the coming Dem my candidacy for the office of county
ii met the fate that often fall Secretary. My platform is "The will and wish of ocratic primary and would thank you treasurer Breard county. If elected
the people of Brevard county. I have I kindly for to this office I
to
your promise give to the
t: ; to the speculator-they were badly Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is no pet schemes, and,if elected" will only : support.Respectfully, people of the county as good service a*
t ; stung. Receipts for the week wereextremely Both Agreeable and EffectiveChamberlain's go as your representative. i A. A. STEWART.For has been given by our present aad most
: heavy and prices low. Thanking you for your support, I remain -. efficient treasurer. I trust that I win re-
t.
iIf Cough Remedy has no superior Yours truly, ceive J.
Supt. Public Instruction jour support. F. \VOOTSN.y .
for couRbsslfolds and ,
and
e croup the JOHN IIOLSTON.Notice .
r When the people have needed good, fact that it b pleasant to take and contains -- -- -- To the Voters of Brevard County
F. nothing in any way injurious has made it a Yielding to the solicitation of man For Tax Assessor
strong men in the past to serve them favorite with mothers. Mr. W.-;. Pelham, a friends, I announce
myself
;1"":'.. 's they have never looked in vain t< merchant than of Kirksville, Iowa, says: "For I respectfully announce myself as a.. for nomination before as the a cominprimaries. candidate g- To the People of Brev*rd I ouuty
more twentyyeal1iCham r1a.iD'S
:i Duncan U. Fletcher. He has never r Eemedy has been my leading remedy Oough for all candidate for at the next primary election I respectfully announce myself aa A
re-election
... throat troubles. It is especially successful incases as sheriff of Brevard If nominated and re-elected I shall use candidate for re-election as county tax
.. asked reward. It is but fair and just: of croup Children like it and my customers county. I'would appreciate the earnest my best effort, as in the past, to promote assessor. Trusting my work has met
. that appreciation be shown by electing who hare n!ed it will not take any support of all our people. the interest of our whole public your approval and thanking you fm
other." For..ale by TitllSvil1e Pharmacy and Yours truly, school system. Respectfully your support, I remain
) yours truly,
, : him to the United States senate all dealers. JOSEPH P. BROWN. JOHN R. WALKER. W. II. Hux.

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Titusville, Fla, March 19, 1908.

DING Editor TEX FLORIDA STA *

i iII I As the place of representative seems

to go begging this year, I offer myselfas
= DIDATE a candidate subject to the action of Confidence
,the Democratic primary.
First of all, I believe in fairness and .

justice to all classes. when eating, that your food is of
FOR (I;
,.$ I "The rich and the poor meet together highest wholesomeness at it has
v I and God is the maker of them all"
k J SY T .. There will be rich people and poor people nothing in it that can injure or { '

NITED in the land as long as civilized gov- distress you makes the repast ;
: ernment lasts, and all legislation should' '
doubly comfortable and satisfactory.
tend to protect the property of the one
.
STATES : class and shield the labor of the other This supreme confidence you

from combinations and oppression. have when the food is raised with
Second. I believe in the public school i ,
system. The schools should be
; T :SENATORDUNCANU.FLETCHERI: county
fostered and improved to the exclusion
s of all state systems, if necessary. O"ALBaldDPowde. ,
r : !! Third. The railroad commission shouldbe .

preserved and perpetuated as a med-
iator and regulator between the people
and the railroads, with a provision forarbitration : ,
in
proper cases.
r" : Fourth. The vagrancy law should be Pa.-e :

; Stands for These Principles: amplified sional loafing so as in to the put state.an end. to profes- AbI..obr ; ',

Control of Interstate Carriers by Interstate : Fifth. A good public road system is
Commerce Comuuaaioa. imperative for the public weal, and I The only baking,.. powder made '1 4 :
.. Favors Income Tax. would be ready to join in doing the best #
V Stand for Tariff thing possible in this direction. with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ii ;
: Revision, and Benefits to
i: Lastly. I am moderate and consid- t
Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower. erate in all things and believe the Golden 1
? Duty on Egyptian CoUon. Rule may as well be applied in the There can be no comforting confidence .t'
Government Appropriations for Harbor, legislature as in every day life;certainly .
Inland Rivers and Waterway. I no man would be more anxious to when eating alum baking pow- '
Opposed to Trust and all Monopolies. serve the people acceptably, or more .
; der food. Chemists
that
;M Favor gratefully appreciate the honor of elec- say more or
Currency Reform : tion. J. W. OSBAN. ,
less of the alum powder in unchanged
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J Big Circus Coming to TitusvilleThere alum or alum salts remains in the food. t

For State Supt. Public Instruction a blank notice of candidacy for United boyhood is days nothing more that vividly recalls than a the man's cir- < t
States senator and state officers other It is trite t
cus. a saying that
many i
Hon. W.M.Holloway state ,
superintendent than members of the legislature, together fathers are mighty glad that the takingof
: I of public instruction, with a copy of the rules,resolutions their children gives an excuse to attend ...
whose for renomination all the circuses that come to the td :
candidacy and election laws governing primary I
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city, but there are a lot of men who Normal Teacher Class v A Brevard county school teacher "
has been known to the public for I elections, has been received. are not ashamed of the fact that they
several months, is now officially a Enclosed find herewith my notice of are merely boys grown up and go to the The reduced rate for the spring took the course and at its close passed b
candidate to succeed himself, as in I candidacy, together with a check for circuses because they enjoy them. The term of the normal class at DeLand the examination for first grade. She '

dicated by the following letter: I $125.00, which will cover the amount of odor back of the the days animals when,and knowing sawdust the brings circus proves to be a great boon to the was at the head of her class in the '. : .

Tallahassee, Fla., March 20, 1908. i my assessment as a candidate for the was coming, they would get up before teachers and prospective teachers of I examination. g
office of state superintendent of public daylight, not to see the big vans un- Florida. :
Hon. Arthur T. Williams Chairman State: instruction. loaded from the trains, for circuses did Rheumatic Pains Relieved
Democratic Executive Committee,Jackson. Kindly acknowledge receipt of the not travel by railway those days, but to' $35 pay for the nine weeks of in- '
I B. F. Crocker, ,
Esq. now 84 of
villa Fla.: same, and oblige, walk out in the country a few miles to struction including room rent and ant for twenty years justice of years the peace age.at .
My Dear Sir- Yours very truly, meet the caravans, which traveled overland laundry at Stetson university. The Martinsbnrg, Iowa,says: "I am terribly afflicted -
Your favor of the 18th inst, enclosing W. M. HOLLOWAY. from town to town. To walk into with sciatic rheumatism in my left
-- - -- town beside the elephant was the term begins March 25 and it closes arm and right hip. I have used three bottlesof
greatest fun imaginable. There was May 27. Teachers may enter at any Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it did me
not as much to the circus thenas lots of good." For sale by Titnsville Phar-
ir there is average time after the beginning of the term macy and all dealers.
THE GREAT VAN AM BURG SHOWSat today, but there was plenty ,
for all to see, and the boy who was not and a pro rata reduction will be made.
permitted to at least hang around the Farmers, mechanics, railroaders laborers
show grounds was indeed in bad luck. Don't think that piles can't be cared.Thou. rely on Dr.Thomas' Electric Oil. Takes the
; at TITUSVILLE on The great Van Amburg Shows sands of obstinate cases have been cured b3'ban's sting out of cuts burns or braises at once.
are ( Ointment. 50 cents at any drugstore. Pain cannot stay where it is used.
coming: to Titusville on Wednesday,

L : Wednesday April 8th April 8th, 1908. -- 'I i

\ This Means You! KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE !

s Have you ever experienced that lazy,
,_ The show this year is bigger and better and in a tired feeling as if your body was too Buggy Type V.

more commanding position than ever before to main- in heavy the morning for your feel legs,grouchy or when and you get out up of HIGH WHEELS, SOLID TIRES STANDARD TREAD

tain their unrivaled standing and rank and to amaze sorts. What is the cause? What is the
remedy? Physical culture and massag- $375 and tip f
and.delight their thousands of patrons with ing of the affected parts. Prof. Joe .
Fielding, ex-champion of England, whois Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, fierce, Fla. -1

.rf. Many Entirely New and Exclusive Features the a knack master of in making the art old of massaging men feel spry.has .

With his long experience at the busi-
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
ness, having trained and fought such
old timers as Bob Fitzsimmons, Tommy ;
Ryan, George La Blanche (the marine) 'i )
Jack Dempsey, and numerous other top DEALERS IN i .
notchers. He is at the present time giving -

massage exercise treatment at his gymnasium and physical in culture Ti--,Lumber and Building I rials.
i iYards
tusville, and his many testimonials as to
his ability to perform this work stand
forth as a recommendation that woulddo OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL ;

treatment credit to and any alcoholic two experts.rub downs Massage givenat at TUusiille, Cocoa, Eau Gallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach '

the gymnasium, or at your own homeat We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders i
the most reasonable terms. A trial for shipment direct from the mills
will convince vou that you have madeno
mistake. PROF. JOE FIELDING, -
Champion Athlete.A '
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it! iNNrWNNmNNNNrWNNrVUrVrWM.
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Swollen Jawis

not pretty nor pleasant. Wht'thf'rifacaus-
ed by neuralgia toothache or accident, Bal. ,
.I -i -i lard's Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling HARDWAREJas. f
; '.' and relieve the pain. The great and sure
cure for rheumatism cuts burns.scaMs-any I I
and all aches and pains. Sold' by Titusville
Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. I
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I A Few of the Many Features You Will See East Coast Meat Market Pritchard & Son !

Marion Sheridan and her troupe of performing lions
f' ,b A herd of performing elephants,including! Babe,largest elephant O. P. DUBEN, AGENT Handle the Finest Lines of t
f'; in the world, and Rosedale, the beautiful ten thousand dollar horse
Jake, the largest gorilla ever exhibited in America, he is 5 ft. 10 /'j Florida and Heavy and Shelf Hardware '
in. in height and weighs 150 Ibs., has tremendous strength,marvelous / t ;
a wonder to behold. A truly ---- -
agility and his powerful arms are - -- r
wonderful display of trained animals __ WesternHeats
( Our Stock of
wi i
z 400 PEOPLE 250 HORSES and POSIES 20 FUNNY CLOWNS Guns and Sporting Goods I' ;
The flower and pick of feature performers from all nations in a

program of startling struggles and ludicrous revelries all carrying the of all Kinds, is complete at all times
spectators by storm and wildly applauded by .

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA = .
BRING THE LITTLE ONES TO SEE

x, ELEPHANTSCAMELS 0. A. STEWART Paints and Oils of Qualityone It-

BABY LIONS *** of our Specialties ;; ,

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Fire Insurance .' i

An Endless Program of Startling Events Quotations for large or small orders will i! ) ;

:: See the Free Spectacular Street Parade starting at i 10 a, m ... be given solicited personal and promptly attention.filled Mail Orders ..

From the Show Grounds TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI .

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represent some of the leading TITUSVILLE FLORIDA .
'= 2 PERFORMANCES DAILY 2 companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will receive -
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T.t 'vaudeville theater managers to stop HUNDREDS OF READERS

he gags and skits which make" fun of

tilE> rica. One of the current pays: has IT
APPRECIATE !
WILL
for its butts John D. .Rockefeller and

Senator Depew.

Eloping Rector Asks "Y/hyf Advice of Noted Authority Also Gins

The unfrocked rector of St. Georges

Episcopal chun-b at Ilempstead. I*. Y_ a Simple Home PrescriptionNow

Ti who ran away withseventeen-year-old is the time when the doctor-
1k : Floretta Whaley and who Is living in
:: and the medicine
patent
.-1.t San Francisco; with the girl and her gets busy,

baby while working at the trade ofpailllig manufacturers reap the harvest unless -

under an assumed name has' great care is taken to fclress

given to the press remarkable:: confes warmly and keep the feet dry. This

.N1 at"y. is the advice of an old eminent authority -
= r tempts' n<> justl
6 Lion of bis who says that rheumatism
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the elect that Dr. Allan McLane Hamilton .,
with the consent of Senator Aldrich -
la the trouble weather is here
course
,0'f'MYa #{ and kidney

ti t ii CONGRESSIONAL I namely bonds the as provision security accepting for the emergency railroad -- the ,mind the of noted the alienist president bad was said failing that ,' -4..-..xv: eyes world of saying the and also tells what to do in case of

currency. Opposition to this as a result of his activitieshas now 'a j lii 4 that he walked an attack. .

t la Follctte Names Oligarchy.In provision had become so intense, especially been given color by Dr. Hamilton article t "' 1 to bis own dam Get from any good prescription

the course of an extend speech In the west that Its retention in the North American Review: oa \r{ cation with his pharmacy one-half ounce fluid extract -

i_ .against the Aldrich currency bill In the would have compelled a score' or more "Psychopathic Rulers." While: he does 2 r... eyes open but dandelion one ounce Compound
,
senate the Republican senator from of Republican senators to vote against not mention the president by name, all: ., addsWhen I

\Viwouxii.! I.a FI ptte. uir.de a startling he entire me
.. .; ; attack ou the interests which he a few other changes were made in the are gathered to=eth'r as the signs of -'r} r ': mire of the pit syrup sarsaparilla. Mix by shaki g

1: asserted were behind that measure At Lilt One amendment limits the circulation Incipient paranoia Friends of the .... ... ,+ +L I rose to the in a bottle and take a teaspoonful af-

the outset be referred to the change in proposed to the par value of the president say that the doctor has agrievance \\k5' glory of the ter meals and at bedtime.

the bill which some bad remarked security deposited and another limitsto in the refusal of the president ,\ y heights. .
home-made
Just this simple
r- would "take the wind out of bis sails" $9.000.000 the amount of circulation to pardon Ha mil ton's son. who 'tom The world has try

by saying that this action bad wade that may be retired by the banks In was court mnrtialed in the Philippines" Floretta '"'hale-. set out Its path mixture at the.first sign of rheuma-

-his speech more pertinent. He thee any month. Aldrich explained that as Grover Cleveland's Rem dy. which it declares must be trodden anti tism, or if your back aches or you

f undertook to show the connection of issues had been raised in regard; to rail Former President Cleveland: has just thane who step from It as openly anti feel that the kidneys are not acting

t' :tbf Morgan and Rockefeller backs..and road bonds such as the relation of the passed his seven ty-lirst birthday and as ...;tantIy as I have done can never just right. This is said to be a splen-

when Aldrich interrupted to say railroads to the people, the committee given to the papers an interview in hope to regain the place In the line

that the National City Standaid Oil had Jbought; best to strike the matter which he says that a return to the old The question however is whether happiness did kidney regulator, and almost cer-

bank and of the! other New York tain for all forms of rheumatism
: most out. Democratic creed is what the people lies ia the beaten trail which remedy

:banks were opposing the bill La Fol- Trust Conference Denounced.The need to give them rest and peace "afterA the million follow or in the forbidden which is caused by uric acid in

at, lette Intimated that conference recently held by period of terrific hysteria." lie pities land on el 'her side Each must answer the blood which the kidneys fail to

":. It was quite possible President Roosevelt and several members the poor and wants a great clearinghouse the q re:;tion for himself. I have filter out. Any one can easily pre-
that this
opposition of charity to be established. answered mine by my act. On my
[ of his cabinet! with Samuel }. iy F was cut ip asa deathbed I shall discover who is right pare this at home and at small cost.
and Maxwell
Evarts representing Socialist Convention 10.
pets;
May
.',; S$ blind. II II. and who is wrong-the millions or myself. Druggists in this town and vicinity.when .
I Ilarriman. was made the subject The national secretary of the Socialist -
The Wisconsin senator of some rather caustic criticism lathe There is uo (;question in my mindas shown the prescription stated
party has announced the apportionment -
dealt first with
?- the panic which he senate by Senators Bacon and Till of delegates to the'national convention I write now and stance at Floretta that they can either supply theee in-
Wbaley. sluing by me softly singing
declared had been man. The latter asked if It did not called to meet at Chicago on gredients, or, if our readers prefer
of motherhood child
the song to our at
, look as If the president after out May 10. each state being entitled to one
manufactured by the I her breii t.Till' girl insists, too. that they will compound the mixture for
tlerodicg fJerod In prosecuting trusts delegate and one additional for every
money kings ftSenatorLaFoUttte : she is perfectly happy. them.
; wall street as a crusading against predatory wealth 200 members of the party. The total
and stirring up the unthinking was A School For Tried Actcrs.
means of settling scores ou account of thus allotted isIS delegates. An assessment -
t : past and proposed railroad legislation now trying to make his peace with the of 3T cents per capita has By aii arrangement with Charles turn and finish the game after the

pointing out numerous facts tending great corporations so that their support: been levied to pay the railway fares Frohman. tie theatrical manager Otis service. Unluckily the cards feW oat

sz b to show that no panic was imminent. would be given to his favorite lieutenant of the delegates. The executive committee Skinner, the actor expects to conducta on the church floor, to the extreme'
novel school for the trained actor beginning scandal of the congregation. The wtt-
whom he had selected as his
such as the crop value steel trade orders. has voted down the proposition
successor. Mr. Bacon replied that he next season; at New York. It ty priest however was fully equal to
a etc. Then after reviewing thegrowth of the S-tcialist-Labor party for reunion
will be comparable to the postgraduatecourses tb-- Ot"C8sion.1 the vonHusltm of the
did not know about that but be did
i
of Industrial combinations in with the main party but the matter
of the universities. Mr. Skin service he beckoned one ef the
know that it had become to up
r the last few years the senator said customary may brought; up at the convention.EXECUTIVE .
that ninety-seven men. whom be named consult the president before taking any ner himself' will play the whole season choristers and asked him the names of

business action In order that it mightbe at New York in several plays at the several of the cards, which the boy
controlled
;* alsolntely the business
a": of this country. Prominent ascertained whether be would approve I ; I bead of a company over which he will knew correctly lie then suddenly _

among or oppose the step. Ue told have entire charge. The new principle asked the lad the name of the next
?r this group of rich men were the directors -
how representatives of the United to be used is the interchange of saint's day. which the child couKl not
of the and
Morgan Rockefeller President's .
Legislative Programme.After actors., so that in the course of the tell
States Steel corporation came to seethe
'banks who hold nearly 1.000 other
A a conference at the WhiteHouse "
-ba nk and corporation president and Inquired If be would season all the stock actors and actresses f"rif'd( the priest turnteg to
rectorships. By
between the president Secretary
in the various Frohman com- the "Von
' i-ongregatioti tNlJour
prosecute them if they bought the Tennessee
acting under one guiding bead they
p Coal and Iron company absorbIng larfield.: Commissioner of Corporations panies will be called upon to play some children the names of every card to

onld put prices up or down corner it with their Interests. Smith and Commissioner of other parts than the ones for which the pack and leave them ignorant of
'. the market and create
4 money panics. Labor Neill It was decided that three they are originally cast. The object Is their religion Let this be the last
The greatest banks of the had Submarine Lobby Denied.
country bills should be prepared and submittedto to give all a chance to diversify their time I am compelled to brie? playing
,become merely banks of The house committee which Is investigating
promotion. !' to amend the Sherman antitrust "
congress talents and widen their experience.Wormology cards into the church to shame you.
:Fourteen directors of the National City the Electric Boat
companyhas and th>> liability laws. One will
And
picking up his hand be made an
'bank were the heads of fourteen great failed to bring out any evidence to make It possible: for industrial corporations honorable retreat-London Answers.

t. f ,combines representing 38 per cent of establish the charge that the company to unite under fedfral super 1- should be studied by every parent If your

the nation's Industry while the railroads maintained a lobby In the Interests of sloa and for railroads to iwol under the cl/ild b neivous, fretful starts in it's s erp,
S. held by that board "covered the submarine legislation. 8e"eral.Hor- U pasty faced, baa rings under It's eyes always Lovers
approval of the Intt'ntateowmen.'t"
seems hungry, is nut gaining weight
., 'country like a network. Money could neys now or formerly employed by the commislon. Another will so amend you can be sore the trouble is worms. White's of good: health should prevent sk-k_ instead -

be artificially tightened when the boat company denied positively that the Sherman law as to exempt labor L'r'am"ermiru e is an absolute cure for of letting themselves get tick and tb..
try to rare it. So long as you keep yr
-crops were to )e moved and loosened they knew of anything of the kind. unions from the clause prohibiting worms.tusville Is it's own purgative. Sold by Ti- bowels and stomach in a healthy and active

r t to give speculators their rakeoff. and Secretary Metcalf appeared before the combinations in restraint of trade. Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store condition you won't get sick Ballanl1 Her

f one who should bine relieves constipation inactive livrr aunt
Any undertake to regulate committee aod't'xptalnE'd the attitudeof
The third would amend the
employers'liability
Forecastle Gourmets. all stomach and bowel trouble Solifl-y Ti
t this Power would find his business the navy department toward the law to meet the objections of tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug store
R. Sf-oiise.' ur bolt scouse. a parson's!
-destroyed and his political backing as- submarines but nothing of Interest was the court
Y supreme face sea pe. junk. tack slush and duff
f" : called."Te .
elicited further than the activity of
Not to Press Labor Suits. there's a meal ye can't beat nowheres. -
Investigate the Banks. several congressmen In the matter.POLITICAL "
i Attorney General Bonaparte has instructed said the sailor.
After a scathing attack on the press i "
the United States attorney atNew "Yt be went on. "ye can talk

? -dent by .Senator Tillman. charging executire I Orleans to suspend actions begun about yer ris de veau. yer vol au vent.
I
r usurpation and failure to
: i enforce there against a number of longshoremen yer mouses and otber French dishes,
the law
: as to overcertificatlon of
R for Illegal: boycotting since the but they ain't none o* them in It with
; -Checks, the senate adopted Tlllman'a
.'c Iowa Indorses Taft. supreme court decision in the Danbury sea fare dished up by a good sea lawyer .
t ; resolution requiring the finance committee The Iowa Republican convention at hatters' case and In the Buck's stove

e f, banks to Investigate and the of conduct of Des Moines chose delegates at large and range case. The depa rtmeat of Justice ScoOse Is soup soup made o* Bait Say.Ma,if ttre win I be as big goose*s you?
.g especially the New
; ; for Taft and Indorsed Allison for the wanted all federal attorneys to advise Leef. Add some good sea vegetablesto Yes. rcr child if JOB donl use
I,'i York banks, to connection with loans
senate again. with the experts at Washington it. sitcb as spud sprouts and split MAGIC WHITE SOAP.Rub .
for ,speculativepurposes and whether
1 '} before but Mr. denied peas and get an extra fine
the banks are trying to control legislation Bryan Called Them Gamblers.In acting Bonaparte ye soup Mazic on soledparts. leave them ta
a speech on the floor of the Chicago the statement that all federal at- what Is gener'ly ('3I1t'tllob scouse. Pot water one hour. No boiling;wasbboania;
in the.lr Interest Tillman BO backache. If
charged you use MAGIC WHITE
torneys had been ordered to bring no au feu Is slops beside a rich lob scouse
trade J. SOAP.
{' 4 that freedom of debate had disappear- board of William Bryan Will iron easy as magic: has no rosin
denounced gambling in stocks and actions against labor unions. He held "Filler up ypr scouse' with a parson's HkeinveUownoap. Get your grocer to order
t. red entirely In the house and that no urg- or send ns $l to for 1 box of 100 Sc. cakes
i Republican senator had dared to ed that members doing a legitimate: that as the hatters' case had been decided face sea pie. That's a pie made of bul We pay for Xre-.iht. Save tie 1fr ppen.
say demurrer and the matterremanded lock's bt' Hl. Good? \Vlij. fr.-n-L
on a
business drive out the gamblers from
of the In MAQJC-KELLAR SOAP
r president public what be did WORKS Ld
the pit to the circuit court for rehearing there ain't nothln like It ou earth.
in private. Beverldge replied In thepresident' New Orleans La.
nothing should be done In simi "Junk Is salt beef. Junk ain't' no ,
.defense and taunted the New York Democrats Unpledged.With .
lar cases until a final decision should: brain food. It don't strengthen the
Democrats on their subserviency to duly one voice heard for Bryan
be rendered. mind like a correspondence course but HANDY MOTH PAPER
Bryan. the New York state Democratic committee
by tar. I'd ruther hare It than raneton
Longer For Fleet. I.
Voyage
To Restore Coin Motto. voted on March 19 In favor of
Plans for a world's cruise by theAmerican a la presse or a supreme de sole. A moth destroyer and diloiDC< leaving the delegates: to the national
The house by a vote of 255 to 5
pasv "Tack and slush b the sailor's bread !under carpets or in the folds of fur and cletb- .
convention unlnstructed to candi battleship fleet now at Magdalena ; ,
If"t"d d the bill for the restoration of the as and butter What if ye do have to ing ittIn tsawaymothsandworry Twelve, '

,. "}: '- motto -In God We Trust" on gold! dates. bay. Mexico i have been announced break yer tack with a tack hammer, sheets Six in a packet carriage: prepaid W oeata
by the president to hs! cabi parket350centsifdroggatdcesu'tbaveitMadgan
... Kolny. Representative Moore said that Referendum Plan For Ohio.A and what If yer slush( is sometimes
net. The fleet I Is enraged:: in two weeks
fowder Work.,
the president had assured him that he resolution Tor Slectl n end
providing a popular target: practice there after which it strong enough tn IJU.HT the compass? CUrkr.til| lots.
would iK.t oppose this course If the vote on the question of establishing the Sailors need strong r **l. for they must
will proceed to Sao Francisco reaching
house so willed. initiative and referendum in Ohio by do their work."-Cincinnati Enquirer
that city May v. to be feted and feast
constitutional! amendment has
g Hold Roosevelt Responsible. now
c ed for nine days. The fleet on July f
r Representative Willett of New York passed both houses of the legislatureand is to leave -for our possessions In the A Little Card Trick.A .

created some little stir in the bouse by is expected to receive the governor's Pacific." stopping at Hawaii and Samoa Russian priest was M: devoted to
fierce attack President approval. It does not. however the of
.a upon Koose- and then going by of Australia amusement card playing that
way
'velt accusing him of contain the full programme of the advocates he
being responsiblefor to the Philippines and returning played HP to the last moment before

the financial pauic. which be said. of initiative and referendum through the Suez cauaL lu Australiathe commencing the church servicesOn

was not yet over notwithstanding the for it merely submits to the people fleet will stop at Melbourne and; one O't-JfinD. having a particularlygood

fr statements which had been made to :.awa repealed or enacted by the legislature ; band dealt! hi:CD. be thrust the
Sydney to accept the Invitation of Sir i
. the contrary. He described the president or vetoed by the governor. Fort Alfred Deakin. It is expected that cards Into his pocket: Intending to reTott'sPII
't as placing! himself above the constitution vote on a new law r t per cent of the
Admiral Evans -
will retire from the
>' and pretty much everything voters must petition and for a repealedlaw
command on account of Illness after
.eke and asserted that "though not a 10 per cent must sign a petition
San Francisco. He will be
reaching
':'.. In both cases the petition must be
lawyer he criticises the decisions! of the> succeeded by Admiral Sperry. IiFOR
<'. United State supreme court: though! signed In a majority of the congress
The fleet is also to visit Japan an
'.. not a business man and never having tiztrh'ts.
Invitation from the mikado having beeogl'en
, been engaged ia a profitable: : persona Tainted Aldrich Bill News.
to the president by Ambassador
fcaslnpss. he undertakes to direct! the Colliers
Weekly publishes the text Takahlra and promptly accepted TORPID LIVER.

most minute affairs of the busines+ c f letters being sent-out to newspaper I I A torpid liver deranges the whole

'orld." ien offering $10 for each Interviewwith system and produces FRIEND

'Railroad Bonds Out of Bill. prominent men In a given local SOCIOLOGICALChicago ) SICK HEADACHE, TO FRIEND.The .

t' : Just In advance of the sensation' ity favorable to the Aldrich currency Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism personal recommendations

" -: peech of Senator La Follette of Wi* bill now before congress. to Censor Jokes. Sallow Skin and Piles. pie who have been cured of of pco-

r .i asia attacking the Aldrich currency Alienist Assails the President. The anti-anarchy campaign In Chicago There is no better remedy for these colds by Chamberlain' coughs and

;. f vyUl the one feature of that bill which One of the most startling attacks yet I has taken a novel turn in the action common diseases than DR.TLTT'S }lave done more than Cough Remedy

:: iud been most widely criticised was made upon President Roosevelt which I I of Mayor Eusse. whose LIVER PILLS as a trial "ill prove. all the to make its
corporation
staple article of
t; 'f:. -withdrawn. by the finance committee hitherto was merely rumor and talk to I counsel has: called upon all the Take No Substitute. trade and commerce over
a
: Urge
of
: 1fr \ part the civilized world.
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