The Florida star ( April 3, 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:
April 3, 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:
UF00075901:00278

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

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TIThUVJII uLE, FLA., FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 9908


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s-bp eta cocrte block dwel-
U upe-s m the t ,umtly purched
S iatowa the earlyupart of this

S a tIe. 8. Coutant, keeper of the
Is adw aftgeu t Oak. m T naled
w am o the roof over the boil-
4MAbltA for s refus. mater
Ai aI = nredA that resident 'of
e wImp wWi bringhis bride to this
l eamt actio and n or the
J" 460400 in Sout ThtaSeIC.
pim- .m we d e a for
S* t onnfr#t -bloekdwel
Sm- w tdo lot reaemt-y purchased
r nih m B. Rathbaun in South Ti-

Sto j melarl wmh sounded at the
a a.P toe Titusville mader Co.
time e-- bot M pr. m.a The north-
w aw eMrs. of the roof over the boil-
meengbt framseOme Pf Pt mater- e
ia, baMt r. lpt a tin put out the
fa mdsoa m serious damage wat

t.im, tlm Miami stopped here
i anb ight oan r way from Mi-
-a in te fsaville with the fotow-
ing a prYaboard: Me e U.Max and
dl Z E, C. A. Grave, oA. Srgent
madOtto Ves. The rn from Port
Panes to Ttsville wa made Mon-
dA in 1 horin All d a pleasat
time teaept Mr. Max Zapt, who was

Mr.and Mr B L F lves and their
sM. Mr. Bert Ives, and their dauxh-
SteU, the Minses laura ad Elsie Ives,
let W-oedi y in fo tteir n home in
Phmlh intor to spend the uamme r
tar mie int the fal again to their
rida Abode. A'most enjoyable
4- w givn at tD e opera houe
sealda night in honor of the Mises
Ivsb departure. Ms was furnish-
d by tshe Titusville orchestra.
Moving Days
Tirdlfa and Wednsday were
mvin day in town. Dr. Spell
maed to the Walker cottage, corner
rda and Pam; L. W. Haileand fam-
Soved into their own home, which
was vacated by C. B. Kangman who
osWed ito the fte r cottage; Fred
Black ped into the Dodon cottage
t given aup by Dr. Spell and D. H.
*eA moved into the Swindel eottage.
Dwddigm for Rent
e *s with 7f-ramo, i.uV.mu ., $ni
pe- ad kitheb. reeo.gh for
e mpumt W malreat partial-

19mar, J. D. CBaBB.

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


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


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


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


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


visit to Florida, where they have de-
cided to make their home, having
purchased a lot in Titusville on which
they will probably erect a building
in the near future
Easter suit wanted? Order now and
be dy. Measures taken.
Eff dy r cks, an baskets
FURNITURE DRY GOOW SHOES
Five-drawer, drop-head ewi machine
warranted 12 years, $2.50
Screen dth by yard, or roll $.00
CHAs. A GARDE, 'Phobe 34
Call for Mss Meeting
Whereas, a regular meeting of the
town council will be held at the
council chamber on Tuesday evening,
April 7th, and as they desire an ex-
presmion of the wishes and opinions
of the tax payers on several import-
ant matters, I therefore call a mass
meeting of the cities at the court
house on Monday evening, April 6th,
at 7:30 p. m. All are requested to
come. B. R. WLsoN, Mayor.
Yacht Club Meeting Last Night
Indian River Yacht club held a
meeting last night at THE STAR of-
fice at which the old officers were re-
elected for the present year with the
exception of Dr. J. S. Daniels for
president and Dr. H. G. Utley for
secretary. Charles Massey, G. B.
Massey and E. R. Mason were ad-
mitted as new members. Treasurer
was instructed to collect dues for
1908.
J. Lorillard, Jr., commodore; D.
B. Pritchard, vice commodore, and
E. B. Wager, treasurer, are the offi-
cers holding over for another year.
Draying
Dravingor haun of all kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all train.
H. E HoLTON.
Titasville, Fla.
Nursery Stock for Sale
Citrus stock grown on high pine
land. Indian River Nurseries, estab-
lished 1886. Send for catalogue.
Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla.


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


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


Sail boat outfit, mast (spruce) 281 Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale
feet, boom 23 feet, gaff 13 feet, bow" on new street opened up from river to
st 9 feet, hoops, jaws and irons corn- railroad. High, dry, healthy location.
pet, large mai and jib nearly new 4 minutes walk from station, fine view
S e m inail andjibnearlynew, : minutes wyS f
galvanized wire rope stays, pulleys and of river, good water. Lots 50x I19 feet.
blocks, all in first class condition. Ap-: Appy to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
ply at once to J. CA~PEHA. Mitchell, Cocoa, Fla.
Cocoa, Fla.
For Sale Cheap For Cash
For Sale Cheap About 88 acres of good high land on
Forty dollars will buy a large second the east or ocean sideof the Indian river
hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will at the Narrows, described as follows:
bur any fuel or rubbish such as can be Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
picked up in range groves. Just the tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39
thing for irrigation. Apply or address east. This land is unimproved but fine-
STAR office. lylocated. For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low,
A cool drink at a cool place at Brockton, Ma.
MANDY'S.
Photograph Gallery
T-e Alpine Hotel
The Apie Hotel Go to Faust, the pbhotographer, on
Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- Junn street, for artistic photo. Al
aer. On the European plan-furn- work first class and prompty attended
ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
trally located, oil paintings a specialty.


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THE FLORIDA STAR


A ,

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

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

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


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


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

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


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

Call For Dio tl uary etWed.
Passmat to a iagof the DeI et
C-t Exsatsive mmitte e otfB ardi oa-
Iy. oem Wedaneday, Msach Ith, I S, sad
In d eto mit with the e ofeDem.mat~l
State Ezemtive -mmitteue, dat Feb. Ith.
, the DIomeme ratic ut Exectiave
rmmittee of Bovad coty, Flria, hereby
als a D ari- pimry eletem to he beld
ia eaoih preod t Bevwad a Ma
1th, I6, and it eNsmmn e moa pri
em June l Swthe parpo oMf emi-
mite of all DemoMonU l a r e e, d
t sai n ma, s c t be vsnet wr by the Dem-
cu ais leateMs t the sm-- l eelem tobe
he ld Novrembe r nd. t I sad t be -
an bt a he date of hetheian of mid
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prlaetipbeB satd araminatien o the Dmasm
pasL- ntm te sad ceuty-whe are
lt which they Ber to vete, who have
paid their l iaex Ially dae nat loe tiaa

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

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


teary election ri ve the right to vote



tne candIdate for United States deastr.

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


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


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

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

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

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



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

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

Money by Tampa Real Estate.

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

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


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biliousness, etc. My child-
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.i 1'1';!}/DOINGS:)': OF THE IDEAL SUITS FOR MEN LATEST NEWS i Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP '

h AND YOUNG MENThe

PRESENT WEEK spring styles we're'showing in I I AND INCIDENTS;' Bargains MONDAY la,Every APRIL Department 6, 1908. I!j!I AND PERSONALS !.

suits for men and young men are -

Pungent lutes Pertaining to Events They ideal were garments tailored in in every the sanitary respect. Personal Paragraphs About People that'I*!''Kyzer Ladies'make silk, gloves double,,the tips well, 18 known inches Something About the People of[ Titus- J,

; Transpiring About Tom tailoring: shops of Schloss Bros., Baltimore Travel Here and There I long, worth $1.50, special 99 cents, I yule as They Come and Go ', '
and New York, and you'llfind :colors black and white only.
a: pro Miller, Dentist, Titusville. them up to the notch in work- WANTED-Pool table, must be in I|| White linen, specially good for. The prettiest line of Panama hats ," f i

-y The Novelty'Store is selling goods off manship, style, fit and wear. No first class condition and cheap. Give(!skirts or suits, 90 inches wide, worth shown en the east coast. $5.00 each at 1 I

at cost. Come and.get bargains. matter,what price you want to pay terms, conditions and particulars. L., I I$1.50, Monday only, $1.00 per yard. i Branning's.Come .
of STAR office.
"
y = I. M. DODSON. for your spring suit, be it $10 or $25, care White handkerchief linen,specially!J to the special "Sealed PackageSale
:Did you say boy's blouses? Well go choose one of these handsome gar- :Miss Ida Dodson left Wednesdayfor good for shirtwaists, jnches wide, }I ," at the Novelty Store on Saturday t

to Branning's., large shipment just arftved. ments and you will be choosing well.They're Kansas where she expects to remain worth 75 cents, Monday,59 cents per and Monday, April 4th and 6th. .
yard.Crossbarred. I. M. DODSON.
built from choice materialsin #
for time with her brother.
some
* }:Set of six Edison batteries for sale the very newest 1908 patterns and pure Irish linen, 36 Soda fountain and charging outfit, also }
at a very low price.: Inquire of F. N. shades, and we are confident we can We call attention this week to the I II inches wide very stylish for shirt- syrups for same; one Acme peanut
Hitchcock, Titusville. please you in style as well as fit. I new announcements in the announce- waists and shirtwaist suits, Monday roaster Titusville.and warmer. Apply to Box 103
< Never in all business havewe only, 49 cents per yard. I ;
our career ment columns, F. M. Hudson for senator -: 1
Mr. H. L. of Canaveral,
vHolmes, We will sale about '
seen so attractive a line of gar- place on 1,000 Miss Edith Paterson is expected to -
was in town the early part of thisweek..Capt. ments as we received this season. and R. B. Stewart for represen-. yards of gingham, excellent varietyof arrive here tomorrow from Philadel-

tative. patterns, specially good for children's .

of the WINSTON S. BRANNING Mr. Homer Conkling, formerly located dresses, Monday's special, 12lj phia. \
E. S. Coutant, keeper
House cents yard.Habutai Dr. E. R. Blakewood left this
Up-to-Date Clothing per morning -
: house of at Oak: Hill called here with the Walker GroceryCo.
i refuge silk in all the leading for Osteen and will take
a vacation -
: at our sanctum Saturday, stoppingat Titusville, Florida. ., was in town Monday on his return shades including Copenhagen blue for the summer months.

this place for supplies.It to Fort Pierce from a few days' 25 inches wide, Monday's special, 59
Church Work in Titusville visit in North Florida. cents per yard.Figured Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and daughter 1
is rumored that resident 'of
a lawns, made by one of the who have been the '
Thirteen members taken spending
new were
our town will bring his bride to this Miss Ethel Wilson returned home best mills in the country, endless variety -
winter here in
of the Robbins
into the church last one
Presbyterian
place about the 15th and occupy the Saturday from a visit of several of patterns, worth 25 cents per
Hall cottage in South Titusville. Sunday evening. After a short sermon months in Connecticut, also spendinga yard, Monday's special, 15 cents. cottages, expect to return home next

Rev:Iobe in his impressive man- few days at Orangedale with her sister Ladies' umbrellas, endless varietyof Wednesday.Mr. .

a Preparations are being made for ner conducted the solemn and sacred Mrs. W. C.Thomas. MJss Ethel handles, made of good quality of F. P. Ziy, of Oak Hill, was in
the building of a concrete block dwel- gloria silk, worth $1.50, special 99
service ten of the number. town for the first
baptizing reports a lovely trip. cents. a day or so part of .
the lot
ling upon recently purchasedby Those joining Mrs. Blonnie the week. He ft leave
were Ladies readymade skirts, in all the expects soon
Mrs.8. B. Rathbun South Ti- Mrs. M. L. Wetmore left
Goodwin, Mrs. Christine Knox, An- Mondayto new colors includingCopenhagen blue for the mountains of Georgia to
: tusville. nie-Jeannette and Marguerite Nor- join her brother and sister-in-law, and stripes, prices from $4.00 to spend the summer. -

The fire alarm was sounded at the wood, and Tessie, Sarah and Lula Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Denby, of New $15.00. \
I mill of the Titusville Lumber Co. York city, for a ten days' or a twoweeks' Ladies' white Canvas oxfords, Miss Florence Hall, who has been '.
Andrews Duren Puckett
Willie
Foy I
,
Atlantic Beach. She made of the best quality of linen, attending school here this year, was
Monday about 1 p. m. The north- Sadie Duren, Leah and Leland Los- stay turned sole, style Gibson tie, worth
called
of
Sunday account
will also visit with friends in Jack- away on
of the roof the boil-
west corner over 149.
ley. The three latter ones were bap- !$2.00, special
the illness of her
mother at 'their
ers caught from some refuse mater- tized in infancy. The church was sonville while away. I Ladies' black silk lisle hose, you no
doubt have it advertised in TheLadies' home in Marion county.Mr. .
ial, but prompt action put out the beautifully decorated with flowers, Mr. Carmack, wife and little son seen
Home Journal No. 1409 K.
,
flames and no serious damage was and with the special music added Sam and Mrs.Emboy, Mrs.Carmack's the famous Onyx brand, Monday's F.W. Bailey, representing the

done. much to the lovely service. mother, have returned to Winchester special, 50 cents per pair. Gulf Refining Co., ol Atlanta, was in

The launch Miami stopped here Tenn., after spending sometimein Misses hose, fine ribbed, worth 25 town; last Friday and called at THE'J

Monday night on her way from Mi- The special i revival services at the Titusville. They were delightedwith cents, Monday's special, 15 cents per STAR office. Mr. Bailey formerly ,

' Methodist church are being contin- pair, all sizes 51-2 to 91-2. covered this territory for the Nor-
ami to Jacksonville with the follow- : this place and our healthful Ladies' shirtwaists in all the new-

ing party aboard: Messrs. Max and i ued all of this week;making a sessionof river and hope to return another sea- est styles, handsomely trimmed with vell-Shapleigh Hardware Co., of St. W

Carl Zapf, C. A. Graves, A. Sargent four weeks in all. Eleven candi- son. embroidery and lace, worth $1.50, Louis.

and Otto Voss. The run from Fort dates were baptized :Monday and "Mrs. T. B. Wilson, of Waterbury, special $1.00. Admiral J. H. Gillis, of Melbourne ,

Pierce to Titusville was made Mona over fifty new members have been Conn., joined her husband here Sat of Mail the above orders goods.promptly filled on any Beach, spent a part of last week and "J,

day in'13 hours. All had a pleasant taken into the church. urday. This is Mrs. Wilson's first i JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. this week in town attending circuit j i!

time except Mr. Max Zapf, who was Narrow Escape From a Fire visit to Florida, where they have decided --------- court, he being a deeply interested .,;

F quite seasick. to make their home, having Church Notes party in' the case of the state vs. ft

'' Mr. and Mrs. B. F.J.ves and tl\eir Some rags saturated with oil and purchased a lot in Titusville on which Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on I Lipscomb, colored, who was convicted -
turpentine which had been used in I
i: son, Mr. Bert Ives, and their daughters they will probably erect a buildingin Sunday, April 5th, at LaGrange at of grand larceny Tuesday afternoon 11 r
cleaning show windows caught afire '
the Misses Laura and Elsie Ives, the near future 11 a. m.and Titusville at 7:30 p.m. and sentenced for two years in \

left Wednesday for their home in by spontaneous combustion in the There will be service in St. Gabriels the state penitentiary for stealing a .
rear part of W. S. Branning's cloth- Easter suit wanted? Order now and fine gun from Admiral Gillis some
Philadelphia to spend the summer, church, Titusville, on Sunday, April
ing store last Friday night just be- be ready. Measures taken.
returning in the fall again to their fore closing for the night, but luckilythe Egg dye, rabbits, chicks, eggs, baskets 5th, at 7:30 p. m. Dean Robottomwill three years ago. Pt t
Florida abode. A'most enjoyable FURNITURE DRY GOODS, SHOES officiate in Eau Gallic on Sunday Mr. C. F. Dwyer, proprietor of the
smoke discovered Jesse
was by Five-drawer, drop-head machine
_.l dance was given at the opera house Battle, a clerk in the store, just in warranted 12 years sewing, $28.50 morning, April 5th, at 10:30 and at Indian River hotel at Rockledge, "H
'
Tuesday night in honor of the Misses Screen cloth by yard, or roll $2.00 Melbourne on Sunday evening at stopped off here Monday on his way ,.
the nick of time to save the building.
CHAS. A. GARDNER 'Phone 34
Ives' departure. Music was furnished 7:30. to St. Augustine in the launch. Irene,
These had been thrown back in
rags \
by the Titusville orchestra. J. W. Taylor, where the Ponce de
a corner by a negro after using them Call for Mass Meeting Services at the M. E. church, Cocoa t
Leon celebration is going on this t
during the day. Ten minutes later April 5th. Sermon at 11 a. m.
Moving Days Whereas, a regular meeting of the week. Mr. E. Day's launch of Rock- ,
the store would have been closed and and 7:30 p. m. by Rev.V.. J. Bart-
town council will be held at the
Tuesday and Wednesday were ledge, also passed here Monday for
the blaze would not have been no- lett, of Canada. The pastor of Cocoa -
council chamber
on Tuesday evening,
moving days in town. Dr. SpellS the Ancient City with a party of i
ticed from the street by a person April 7th, and as they desire an expression church is expected to dedicate a
moved to the Walker cottage,corner friends on board, also towing the J tracing
; chancing to by until it had place of worship at Enterprise Sun-
pass got- of the wishes and opinionsof '
Main and Palm; L. W. Haileand family motor boat Trente Sept,which '
ten well under The day a. m. Services will continue on I
moved into their own home,which way. narrow the tax payers on several important is entered in the motor boat races
has set lesson that should be until Sunday night at the M. E.
escape a I therefore call
matters, a mass
was vacated by C. B. Kingman, who I there this week.
remembered, viz: that all of the citizens the church at Titusville.
moved into the Fischer cottage; Fred greasy rags meeting at court -- -- t
and oily clothes should be burnt Rev. L.T. lobe will hold services of
Black moved into the Dodson cottage as house on Monday evening, April 6th, Enlarged pictures yourself or your
soon as used or placed in an air tight the Rockledge Presbyterian church loved ones given away free to cash customers -
at 7:30 p. m. All are requested to
Dr. and D. H. I .
just given up by Spell limited quantities to be supplied.Call
Spell moved into the Swindel cottage. metal bucket. :come. B. R. WILSON, Mayor. Sunday at 11 a. m. and at Titusville at Heath & Co's. store and they
at 7:30 p. m. After the sermon at will be pleased to explain full particu- J

Dwelling for Rent Titusville Won the Game Yacht Club Meeting Last Night I each service the sacrament of the lars.

i House with 7-rooms, including dining Eau Gallle baseball team played Indian River Yacht club held a Lord's supper will be administered I I For Rent t

room and kitchen. Large enough for Titusville at this place yesterday afternoon meeting last night at THE STAR of- and all persons wishing to unite with The Taylor cottages and bed rooms

two small families. Would rent partially with the score resulting in fice at which the old officers were re- the church through profession of.I for the summer season.
Rooms nice and clean and
an furnished.excellent neighborhood. Address favor of the home 'nine of 10 to 8. elected for the present year with the faith or by letter will be received. I MRS. F. M. TAYLOR. t

owner, J. D. CRABS Eau Gallic had the best of the game exception of Dr. J. S. Daniels for I

Titusville, Fla. up to the fifth inning, when they president and Dr. H. G. Utley for For Sale CheapSail Cocoa Town Lots For Sale i

weakened and the home nine piledup secretary. Charles Massey, G. B. boat outfit, mast (spruce) 2812 i Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale
Fine Monday Offerings of Men'sClothing I feet, boom 23 feet, gaff 13 feet, bow- on new street opened up from river to
: six runs.Orange Massey and E. R. Mason were admitted sprit 9 feet, hoops, jaws and irons com- : railroad. High, dry, healthy location, t
: ,: 4 minutes walk from station fine view
as new members. Treasurerwas plete large mainsail and jib nearly new,
-, Men's blue serge trousers, worth and Grapefruit Trees galvanized wire and of river, good water. Lots 50x119 feet.
stays pulleys
',:- $4.00, Monday special, $3.00 per pair. I instructed to collect dues for blocks, all in first rope class condition. Apply -1 Apply to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
Men's undershirts, made of an ex- II Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high 1908.J. at once to J. CAPEHART ; Mitchell, Cocoa, f la.
_
cellent quality of lisle thread, longor hickory hammock. Free from white Lorillard, Jr., commodore; D. Cocoa, Fla. I
short sleeves, worth 75 cents, fly. One year to two year old buds. !1 For Sale Cheap For Cash
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully B. Pritchard, vice commodore, andE.
; Monday's special, 50 cents. For Sale Cheap I
land
,- Men's nainsook shirts and short packed and delivered at Oak Hill B. Wager, treasurer, are the officers About 88 acres of good high on
Forty dollars will buy a large second the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat
J drawers, the.famous B. V. D., $1.00 station. J. W. GRIFFIS, holding over for another y ear. hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will the Narrows, described as follows:

per suit.: Shiloh, Fla. burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec
f We will also put on sale about 500 Draying picked up in Grange groves. Just the tion 36 in township 31 south range 39 ,
pairs of men's trousers, of medium A cool drink at a cool place at thing for irrigation. Apply or address ea:>t. This land is unimproved but fine- '
of all kinds t
Draying or hauling promptly
located. For further particulars ad-
STAR office. ly
and dark patterns, famous Crown MANDY'S.
attended to. Meet all trains.H. ----- dress E. M. Low, f
make, price. $2.50 to $6.00.JUuus E. HOLTON. A cool drink at a cool place at Brockton, Mass.
KUNE, For Long Lease Titusville, Fla. ,MANDY'S.
Titusville Fla. I,
,; A roomy home on Indian river, sev Photograph GalleryGo
enty-five acres attached. Bearing trees Nursery Stock for Sale The Alpine Hotel
We will continue to use at our fountain and to Faust the photographer, on a
-orange, grapefruit, tangerine
Citrus stock on high pine Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
Hungerford Smith's line of "True mandarin, a few peach trees. grown Julia street, for artistic: photos. All
Fruits" and syrups which were so pop- Choice location young for dairy and chicken land. Indian River Nurseries, estab- ager. On the European planfurnished work first class and promptly attendedto.
ular last season. Ice cream every day. farm, also boarding house in winter. lished 1886. Send for catalogue. rooms and quick lunch. Cen- Crayon, pastel water colors and
BANNED DRUG STORE.. Full information apply this office. Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. trally located. .oil paintings a specialty.



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APRILS; 1908 J
: THE FLORIDA STAR,

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Chaocey inspectors W. H.Sharpe, clerk. 1
Orange Trees Full of Bloom/ ; ".
COMFORTING WORDS Eockledge P. Cooper. J. }f. Sanders ..

(Orlando ,Reporter- p.r.) H. 8. Williams, inspectors. ; E. C. Johnson, .

-rte Fromevery section rn South Florida Many*a Florida Household Will Find clerk tan Gallic-J. E. M. Hodgson, J. T Snell

t comes the welcome tidings that the S. B.Stewart,inspectors D. H.Sample, clerk.
Them So Melbourne ft. Osho, J. M. Minor G.SI.
trees fall of bloom and
are
't orange clerk.
Brown inspectors; C. J. F. Campbell,
4 next season's crop of oranges should Malabar-F. W. Comstock, W. P. Arnold, t
9. be the largest since the freeze. Our To have the pains and aches of a bad back G. W. Washbnrn, inspectors; F. A. Drake,

removed;to be entirely free from annoying, clerk.
Y.S own country of Orange, occupying as dangerous urinary disorders is enough to Grant-L. Jorgensen, J. M. Herndon, B.T.

w it does the foremost position aaaensc Smith, inspectors; P. Bertelsen. clerk. Packard'sstylish
make any kidney sufferer grateful To tell Ban van-B. B. Stewart, B. D. Jernigan Young men want

the counties ral:*!lg citrus fruits will bow tbis great change can be brought about W. J. Rigan, inspectors;C. II. Casper, clerk. of their
Georgiana-A. B. Carter, C. D Provost,Jas.'tittle shoes because
:'S be blessed with an abundance of will prove comforting words to hundreds,of

:: wealth the coming year. This season Florida readers.A. Merntts, inspectors-J. E.; E.Reed Vosev, J.Hall D. Same clerk.\V. B. dressy effects. They pleasethe ]

county was the banner county Oerting,seaman, of 419 L.St.,Pensacola, Sams, inspectors,(i. W. Schuyler. clerk. the foot
grange Hanlover-J. W. Griffis B. H. Watton, eye as well as P
tells how do it. He "From
to
r ; for oranges ,and not only was the 1 Flan says: my T. R. Crook inspectors; Wm. Watton. clerk.

; :. crop the largest in the State but some' experience with Doan's Kidney Pills I can Canaveral-W. C. Peterson S. F. Gray.Henry and give to the wearer that
? J. strongly recommend them to anyone in need [ Wilson, inspectors; IL L.. Holmes
flavor shipped to the well dressed
of the finest In clerk.
of a good medicine for the kidneys. Kidney Allowed appearanceEVERY PAIR
Watcher Are
northern markets came from Orange complaint and backache caused me sufferingat which distinguishes as
Each candidate for office being voted for MADE TO WEAR
nI the fruit had
t county. The quality. intervals for years. The first or second attack
shall have the right to place one watcher and of .
S m; I nothing to do with the slump in prices I did not mind, but as time went by they challenger in the polling places at each precinct a man taste. .

and the great lesson learned this year grew worse and at times laid me up. I could in every county, which said watcher
1 : hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to and challenger shall be entitled to be present Sold at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in all stylesJULIUSKLINE
t = in regard to shipping green oranges during the entire time the polls are opea, to
straighten after stooping while the kidney secretions -
and the handling of fruit will be the challenge voters' and also to witness the count-
were irregular and unnatural. Doau's ing of the vote and certifying of the result

'' means of encouraging the growers to Kidney Pills cured me. From personal experience after the polls are closed. The ballots, poll
next to handles lists returns and other records of the election
efforts
greater season I know that this remedy can be depended
shall be preserved by the County Executive
f the crop and keep up the prices. upon to fulfill the representationsmade committee after the primary has been held. .

Orlando is surrounded with beautiful for it." The County Executive committee will meetat s
F Titusville on April 29tb, 1908, to prepare
: groves that greatly enhance the For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. the official ticket,eta, and they will also

13 3L surrounding of the many fine residences F06ter-Y burn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole meet at Titusville on Saturday, Hay 23rd
1908, at 1.30 to the returns of
p. m., canvass
for the United States. Remember the
to the nostrils of our northern agents
1 and said primary election, and declare the result
F .Y i; visitors the delightful odor of the blossoms name-Doan's-and take no other. thereof and for such other business as may
be necessary to transact at that time.W.H.SHABPE..
only strengthens their belief .

r that Orlando is the garden spot of Call For Democratic Primary Election E.Sec'y.A. M.and STEWART Treas., Chairman. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

the world. The trees are putting out Pursuant to a meeting of the Democratic

"j Y= S new growth and never looked letter County Executive committee of Brevard coun- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY 5, 1908
.. ty, held on Wednesday, March 18th 1908, and Money In Tampa Real Estate.
than they do at present.A in conformity with the call of the DemocraticState No. 99No. 33No. 29' STATIONS.iNo.. 78 No. 74 No. 9&
Executive committee, dated Feb. 18th, (Tampa News.) Daily I Daily I Daily I I ( Daily ; Daily Daily

S : Lucky Rescue. 1903!!; the Democratic County Executive Thirty years ago, W. E. Durham, a 800 pm 10 oo am 1UO.m Lr.Ar...........Jacksonville........... 7 .1J.m 7 4 J pm 03* **
: S committee of Brevard county,Florida, hereby 910 pm 1100 am 820 am ..........St. Angn'tlne...........LvLv 620 pm, 040 pm 71* mm6.3am
(Daytona Journal.) calls a Democratic primary election to be heldin Polk street negro shoemaker bought 1015 pm 1168am125pm 9 28 am : talalka ......... 513 pm, 5 !i. fir '
{ each precinct in Brevard county on May 105 105 feet Marian 1152 pm .......... et..llo a Ormond..........Lv 41,', pmSo ..... .....*
w ,'. .. while her a corner, by ans.Tyler .. pmt'/ 4 Si as
5 The steamer Cherokee, on if 1202 am 135 pm 1105 am -tuinond 972 pm
19tb 1908 and second
necessary a primaryon street for $15. Later 10 feet I 214 am 145 pm 1117 amUOOnn LT.Lv=..:::::.Daytona.............t; 307 pa; 444 pn317 -. 4 I* sat
rt t z' ; ::..' way up from New Smyrna Wednesday June 18th 1908, for the purpose of nomination 1255 am 222 pm ...........J ew SmyrnaTituiville ..........Lv 290 pm pm 3 to a.
for of all Democratic candidates for office, was sold to the First Methodist churchon 166am 317 pm 112 pm Lv........ ..... ............ 112 pm, 21. pm 2P a.
morning with a crowd of people< state and to be voted for the Dem- 144
.N county, by 239 Cm 365 pm 200 pm Lv..Rockledl'e..L\: 1227 im Iii pm1141am1 an
the was the means in all probability ocratic electors at the general election to be Tyler street. This week. J. M. ......... 236 pm ............EsuO.llle........... 1161 am';.......... .__-
t5- races, held on November 3rd, 1908, and to be ap Gibson sold the remainder of the land ...._ 247 pm Lv......._.Melbourne..Lv. '........ .. ..-._-
of saving a party of eight people pointed by the Democratic of the 512am 600 pm 450 pm Lv.Fort 1 terce............. 10 oo am HJS pm 1114 *m .
; governor 715am725am 755 655 Ar.\\estPalm e.cb..Lv 71 94: .. 5M ..
95x105 feet, to John A. Thompson, of pm pm am .
women between the date of the of said "
whom six from state holding j
of were : 803 pm 705 pm 'r..Roy.U.olnct.u..Lv 7 3" am; t 7 am 8W .1e
primary el&tion, and the time of'holding the MayviJle, N. Y., for a figure close to 725 am 812 pm 715 pm Lv.......... ...Breakers.............Lv 7 25 am O..! am j 8** pfe430am'
; t5 drifting_out of Mosquito Inlet and per. primary election in 1910, in accordance with 1015 am 1025 pm 1010 pm Ar..............Miami.... ..........Lv 7 IS I. I lei gun
;: haps being drowned.The the rules ani qualifications\ laid down by the 110,000 and the money has been d4- 1100am ........ *630 am Lv_._.. .. ....MlamL........_... .lr230pmLv ,. ......... iiw put
,; state committee in their call. ** livered by Mr. Gibson to the shoemaker. 1140 am .......... *930 am Ar..... ......Homestead............ '1140mLv' .... .... 2:3 till
party was in a small open The election will be held in each precinctat 400 pm ......'.... .......... Ar...'rights Key DcctPallv ..... .........,............... .A
Mr. Thompson is a pencil maau except Snidny! _
'
the the hoursas
launch, the engine of which broke same place-and during same
-i :I. provided for general elections. facturer. He intends improving the PALATKA BRANCH _
,l J down right in the channel to the inlet
of electors and candidates
Qualifications : property in the very near future. Ru- Leave EAST PALATKA I Arrive 1 Leave I PALATKA TO Fai.
:r :. .r with the tide carrying them out to Those, and only those persons shall be permitted East
r to become candidates before or to vote mor has it that it may not be so many I Palatka TO PALATKA PtUtka PaJatka EAST PAL.1Ts.1 ,rar./ka.

U5? : sea, but the Cherokee sighted them at or participate in the management of anyprimary months before Tampa may be turningout 520 am ..... .No. 46 Dally! ..... 540( am 511) hm ........S0. 4" Patty.: :::= l.;;;-
t? (. and carried them to their destination election held by the Democratic 620am ........No 48 Dailv...... 040am 9U1 sn .. ... ..No. 4P J...;.: ... ...1 '3.
.'_ party lu Florida, who are white Democratic pencils. From $15 to $10,000 in 935am _._...No. 10 Dally........ 935 1m 11-n: .......50. bt lie .y. Itala.
f safely in spite of the fog and darkness. electors who declare their adherence to the 120.' pm ........No. 63 Dally....... 12 21 pm 3(31 m ....... .tin a. Daiy..I: 3.
I thirty years may be taken as Indicative .. .. ........ =
I principles and organization of the Democratic 415 pm .No. 54 Daily .,. 43a pm 445 pie :so. 1 s.
, S Most of our residents who are given of the marvelous growth of real 650 pm ........No.: 56 Daily....... 610 ;'ia 1040 pD .. .....:S0. iii I'aa.7....... NW .. .
and
's ; y to boating know what it means to be party-national by the laws of the, state state lawful county-who electors of are the estate values here. 10 IS pin ... .....No. N Pallr.......I t5.m 10 .m ...:.:.:\o. !iP.l!&.:! :. :.:.. !!.!!t'!!!.

district in which they offer to vote, who have SAN MATED BRANCH _
adrift in that inlet with an outgoing
: paid their poll taxes legally due not less than
Leave Arrive
;_ S tide and perhaps no anchor or cable ten days before such primary election is held, A Baby Show in Titusville East EAST PALATKA !>an Leave San SAN MATEO TO Arrive t.uf

t of strength, so they will be and who shall when challenged by any elector PaUtka430am TO SAN MATEO Matoo Mat co_ EAST P LATY.abt_ t#

proper pledge in writing upon oath before an i would have many contestants, but it's safe to ....... .:No. 45 D nyNo. ........_ 4 LO am 4 55 am uU"..No. 46 Datly ..... &U a*
able to appreciate the feelings of the inspector his honor to abide by and supportthe say that the healthiest baby would win the 3:5: pm ........ o3 Dally....... 345 pm 150.m.. ......No. fA LallSo ........1. 4 It amN
rescued party. result of such primary and vote for the jnze. No baby can be healthy who suffers 1105 pm ... ....sO.59 PailT.. .... t125 I'm U30jm .........: co DJ!;r ..... "If ;
A r :. r the nominees thereof. from worms and most babies do unless theyare : :
= t S The same afternoon on her return Each elector qualified to vote in said primary kept free from them with bite's Cream >Sun.Only 0. 25. bun.Only..21. .No.19 No. 17Dally MAYPORT So. IS I Kom;: 'tlD. \w 21

;: 4\1 trip to New Smyrna the Cherokee election, shall have the right to vote Vermifuge. Acts quickly, yet mildly-is its Dally exSun. BRANCHIT. Lb 1y Only I lIaiITj i
-- -
for Mothers don't to
own purgative. attempt ----j-----
r13; 1 came upon the Alma May, of this One candidate for United States senator. raise children without White's Cream 1 ermi- 200pm 1010am 600 pm _800am ... Jaeok"onvlllf'1..Ar' 7 :Xl am |!11215 pro 600 pe
240m 1030am 640 840.m'Lv .Pablo ( I 411
** ** pm Bt".rb..1.\16.o.m| pm pa
/ place, also on her way to New Smyrna representative in con- Fuge. Price 25 cents. Sold by Titusville 246 pmS 10'6 am 646 pm 8 46 am '.Lv... AU.nUeJteach.Lv, 641 am :I2lpna! 413 pa
.. gress. Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. (O i.m itlnam 7 no pm IlOOam >Ar........M.TM>rt._ ......IT' tlSI.m I2f n'n 4'(' 11'1"
with passengers, but perched for the Two candidates for justice of the supreme
court. No.3 No. I Orange City Branch' No,Z No. 4 No II 15aford I 'rlRel! t ICo. II
; : time on a sand bar, hard and fast, the One candidate for / H. R. Olmstead a former citizen of Daily315pm Dally930am Dally Dally Daily hJtl
governor. '
pilot having 'lost his bearings in the ** ** ** secretary of state. this place now a successful pineapple Lv.New Smyrna Ar.I 100 pm S 30 pm II:: fa i LvTt1 vl11e.\r I iA-pr601 :: j.
'* *' ** OOpra 1100 am1120am .Lake lielenLv.1216pm pm U 930 am Ar Sanford LT WOO pa
;: dense fog. Once more the sturdy ** *' attorney general grower of Fort Pierce, has been spend- 411pm41Spm t:.Orange :.11205! pm 4 40 pm .. ,.,.. ......... ....' ... ...
** .* .. comptroller. 11 SO am Ar. Orange CityJe..'1800 nn _430 ym ..........1......... ..... .. ............
Cherokee played the part of the Good state treasurer. ing a few days in town. He says
** ** '* Connection made a&Miami, with of the F. and 8. S.
bupt. of public in- steamships O. Company for
: .. < Samaritan took the passengers offfiz struction.One that the pineapple crop now bids fair Xauau.Connecticut.

s and hastened to the rescue, taking the candidate for commissioner of agricul- to be the largest ever produced on the made at KntghU Rev Dock..for Key West and Havana. THr*
i." ':'. These TISIK TABLES show the times at which trains may be expect*! to ae-
'. passengers on board and towing the ture.One East Coast, that the warm winter with
rive
from the
candidate for railroad commissioner. and depart several station; bat their arrival or oepartare at the time
a boat as far as Port Orange. ** ** *' adjutant general just a sufficient amount of rain to keep stated is not_ guaranteed, nor doe the Company hold Itself responsible far say delay
** *' or any con * .. state chemist. the plants in good growing condition, =
>. **
member of house of rep For Cory of the oral Time Card or Other Tnfot mat ion
r EUREKA resentatives. has brought out an extra heavy bloom "Sim THE TICKET: A GENT."
f Yes, I Have Found it at Last Oue candidate for county judge. and that all fields are looking fine.- J.D. RAHNER, Assistant General Pass. Agt., ST. ALQU TINE. FLORIDA
** "
r'5 Found ? Why that Chamberlain'sSalve sheriff
cures eczema and all manner of itching ". clerk of circuit court. Eau Gallie Record.
r .. of the skin. I have been afflicted for many ** county assessor of taxes. ._- -
I4 t* years with skin disease I had to getup three ** ** ** ** tax collector. .
** .* "Generally debilitated for years. Had sick .,: ,wS ; i: J' ", : .Y"i-- -
or four times every mzbt and wash with cold Supt.ofpublic.in- : )
r.:;:! water to allay the terrible! itching, but since structioiu headache lacked ambition was wom-outand

S .f. .' using this salve in December, 1905, the itching One candidate.. for. county surveyor all run-down Burdock Blood Bitters mademe t
S_ ? v' '. has stopped and has mt troubled roe.- '* ** treason a wellvoman."-Mrs Clias Freitoy Mothers !
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*' '*
.4 s ;' Elder John T. Ongley Rootville. Pa Forsale supervi-orof registration '
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i by Titusville Pharmacy and all dealers. Moosup, .onn.
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i: : K.Mir candidates for delegates at large to --- -.- Look out for ChildrenHealth .
Palatka's Water Supply. Nation convention. your
Two candidates for congressional delegatesto Sheriffs Sale

iS. (Palatka News. ) National convention while they are .
Under and by virtue of order issued
'" One candidate for member of Democratic an ; out
'J! Last Friday noon Mr H. :Merwin Natiou.il committee of the county judges: court of Brevard ronntyon

st :'!',_ who has been for sometime ensass : O-e candidate for member rf IX'mot ratio the lath day of November A. I).. 1ln7.! in
.' Mate committee a certain: writ of attachment herein P. A.
i a in sinking wells for the new muniei- r.i candidates for presidential elf'C'urs. McMillan is plaintiff and Harold I. nntb is YOUr

I :-' i < pal water works, at a depth cf 144.13: One candidate for tate senator from 13th defendant. I have levied Lj.',n and will sell
.snabrial I litrut.. before the courthouse door inTitu-ville. Florida -
L'' feet struck a vein of water which Ogle candidate for state attorney, 7th judi I d'?inn;: the legal hour .if sale on Mondav

gushes up from the crevice tf s rock till llltUlt. the I>th day of April A. D., 1!"OS the folIoTng .
'' i : real I i..nt. property of the said defendant
: TllllJillat's! for ui mVrs of Senat)nahxc TRADE MA"-K.
4- at the rate of :230,000: gal'ons a' dav.
This water is clear as crystal, sweetof <) candidate for member of Congressional All the undivided one third interest of said Is a great medicine for children. It keeps their liver active
a committee. Harold I. Smith in and to that tract of land in a mild :gentle manner you will see a healthy color appear
taste, and soft, and all! who have Each elector shall have the right to vote (for described in deed book "\V." e31O. r-cord-* on their cheeks, and illness for them will be a thing of the pat t.

tried it are enthusiastic over the discoverj. One candidate fur justice of the peace. of Brevard county. described as follows ,
'* ** ustable. Beginning at the southwest corner of the
D. W. Ramsaur has sent A Positive CureCONSTIPATION
; a 7 *' member of Democrat Indian river in line with a cross in a rnrk

V sample to Tallahassee for analysis County Executive umiunttte for his resjieotivepreciiut. thence[ running cast northerly in line with '' f''
lind now owned by Charlotte Fontain to the 1 CHILLS AND
'S !r and hopes to hear from this in a few Each t'1t-t.t..r I.alllui\'e the right to rote fo: Banana river,thence northerly with said river 4= FOR FEVER. MALARIA. DYSPEPSIA I

that Palatka now has an abundance of erne county coiuniivitmer for his respective: about twelve hundred and forty-five (12t-:
S commissioner's district feet to a mark: or cross in a rock and to laud BILIOUSNESS ALL
' the purest water for drinking and all Oue member of bo' rd of public instruction of Vabron Jones.thence west southerly in line K LIVER COAiPLALYTS.

* domestic purposes, and a water that fc for his respective school l board distru with a cross in the rock to Indian river thencein Y
r .. .' a southerly course with said Indian river to
The respective(' candidates assessed 3:1 Mrs. J. Manchester
sweet to thetaste.. Since ; Hopkins -
absolutely
k ; follows: :. And said assessments with.proper the place of Ixpinnmz.said piece of land containing -
f ;i the discovery of the new flow applicants application to be placed on the official Jicke two and a half(2\( ) acres more or less, C;: m_ have Kan. writes: "I
i. used Herbine for I II
'! must he paid to E. .\. ;\1. Stewart, secretaryand all situated and being in section 10. township
; .'j. :.; : for the city water have been treasurer, Fan Gallic. Ha.prior to April Z7 south range 37 east. 5S -, years, know no better for

I ". coming in at the rate of 50 a day.Ir.. 9tb, 1908 J. P. BPOV, chillsandfeverheadache,
: Each: candidate for their respective office Sheriff Brevard County Ha. .---- biliousness,etc. My child-
.
Merwin is sinking a second well andy
; is assessed as follows: -- ------ --- .- i ren are never sick. I will
by Saturday hopes to have another t'or state senator, sp5 flee it always." ,

'. : .. Sow. Palatka's water ** house of representatives $:.JO. ''' ''
municipal ** county judge, |%U. Robbins & Graham Co. : PRICE 50c.
problem is practically solved and ev sheriff $=0. 1 .

I! erjbody is happy. "'* clerk of circuit court. $70 (Incorporated) \\
county astess.r of taxes ft5
.
> BaIIadSnowlinimentCo
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tax collector f-IS. Paid-Cp Capital $.25,000 .
V The Jumping Off Place ** of instruction
: ; Supt. public flo 500-502
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t, ': tonsnmption hid me in its grasp and I county treasurer, fJ3. This company owns lands in the 5 1ra, : Second 5t.5 .,
:: bad almost reached the ** supervisor of registration f 10 Indian river
" 1 .J. jnnipineoff place *' country, on the St. rr. LOUIS MO..
ba ". when I was advised to try Dr. King's New county commissioner, (5 Lucie river New
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3 river and
member of school board, $>. on
;& Discovery and I want to soy right; now, it I
il # ; '. saved my life. Improvement bean with tbe The following officers were appointed I to Biscayne bay
S :- first bottle, and after taking! one dozen bottles hold the primary election on May litb. 190 .
- r .rtT... I was a well and happy man again," says LaGrange-P. W. Roberts L. K. Myers, PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend 01 01T1tu.s'V1.lle
't.. : George Moore, of Gnm land, 1'. C. As a Geo.B. Gardner, inspectors; G. B. Johnson. Sold and
remedy for coughs and colds and healer ot clerk. for land list Recommended by
'1 : '. weak, sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia Titusville-A. A. Bethea. Van T. Worley,
.. ;" New Discovery is supreme 50. and P.J. Hall inspectors. J. P. Wilson,clerk OFFKFSAT Pharmacy:

A, "-, f 1.00 at Banner Drag Store. Trial bottle free. City Point-B. F. Deal, J. I). Hatter. J. .T. TITUSYILLEND MHMI. Banner and

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The Navy Department has authorized The Daytona Halifax Journal makes
OF MSfIH FOR The Badge of Honesty
BEST THEBOWELS extensive improvements at the Key the announcement that the United r
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Is of Doctor PiercViGolden
States on every wrapper
West naval station. Department of Agriculture has

=t :FAIR FLORIDA Two large and ferocious panthers had set aside for its use as breeding list of the Medical Ingredients Discovery composing because 4uU it Is #

4' If you havea'tsreaalarbealtbya wementof the were recently seen near Carrabelle.The ground for native birds a section extending printed there in plain English. Forty 1

|>oweU every dry.you're Ul or will be. Keep jour from north of years of experience has proven Its superior
i a point Mosquito -
IteVis! Being Done Toiards the De- joweU open,and be well. Force,in the shape of presence of these vicious brutes worth as 'a blood purifier and invigorating
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violent phj lc or pill poison,is dangerous. The whose Inlet to a point south of New Smyrna r3
causes uneasiness to those stomach disorders
'-' smoothest cutest,most perfect way of keeping tonic for the cure of
tjl Telopment of the Peninsulas the bowels clear and clean la to take work calls them frequently to the and embracing all mangrove and and all liver ills It builds up the run-
; CANDYCATHARTIC down system as no other tonic can In
salt grass islets shoals, sand bars
woods. should be hunted down
;;;'fi s- strawberry shipments are beving They which alcohol is used. The active medicinal -
--: \ 7t. ,i made: from Starke Bradford coun- and killed.-Apalachicola Times. and sand spits of the Halifax River in principles of native roots such,. +

tT:, ci Townships 16 and 17 south range 34 Golden Seal and Queen's root Stone and
3' l' One of the noteworthy sights
east Florida This reservation will Mandrake root Bloodroot and Black
-: .; The Polk' county fair opened in Wednesday was the large express I Cherrybark are extracted and preservedby f
be duly marked under
and
by signs
;,.t K 'lakeland on Wednesday with a larger shipments of vegetables from th'a i the use of chemically pure, triple-
the charge of a warden the keeper of refined glycerine Send to Dr. R.V.Pierce
-attendance. city. Most of the stuff went out on I
t Mosquito Inlet lighthouse. The setting at Buffalo N. Y., for free booklet which r t
the regular train in the evening but i
extracts from well-recognized medIcal -
.ft' One of Sanford's truckers cut from apart of the reservation has been quotes
'"v the vegetable express train which left authoriti such as Drs. Bartholow,
Jess than a half acre 400 crates of cel- EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY largely through the efforts of Mr. Gea King, Scudder, Coe Ellingwood and a
Pleasant. PalataWe Potent, Taste Good. Do in the afternoon carried out a great
N ,ery and is selling it f. o. b. Sanford for Good Never 6i ken Weaken orOnpe; 10 25 and N. Chamberlain of Daytona who ha'Jde"oted host of others, showing that these roots
: $0 eenta per bos. Write for tree sample,and book. many crates, Hundreds of crates of can be dAp nded upon for their curative
J800.Duval let oa health. Address 433 peppers were shipped but other "vee. much. time and correspondence action I it all weak states of the stomach 4-
county's total school attendance Sterling Remedy Company Chlcaco or New York. to its accomplishment accompfijued Indigestion or dyspepsia
tables made a big part of the produce f '
up .
) is 8,731.-The white schools showa KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN The guests at Hotel Palm Beach at as well o I hyall bilious or liver complaints* .
while great boxes of 4
a many and in snl/wasting diseases where there
,: total attendance of 5.043 and the ne- grapefruit and oranges were sent out. Palm Beach were much interested In is lossrfjfnesh and gradual running down I I

i gro school 3,694. Smyrna is crowded with tour. the long distance swimming rac3 of t strength and system. I "
I New Suit has been entered for William The"Golden Medical Discovery"makes I ,
Miami has been chose'as the next across Lake Worth accomp'ished by '
t ists who will remain there for some rich' anj
f :Mizelle as administrator of the es rf blood an'O invigorates
' r- ,place of gathering for the annual meet tune. tate of Raymond Mizelle, deceased. Mrs. Juan de Pedro. Jr.. of New Yori rl' tPS the st6mach. liver and bo> elji. _

\ lug of the.Florida Grand Lodge of tile Gorda and Cuba and Mr. W. Goodwin of the tc< thrptigh p the v It st m. ).
Punta
Fish shipments. from against the Atlantic Coast Line for Thus all skin affections,blotches pimples III
New York Athletic Club. It has
,Knights of Pythias. last week amounted to three car loads damages to the amount of $50,000 not and eruptions as well as scrofulous swellings .: !

Pensacola harbor defences get $50 in bulk and 145 barre, aggregating William Mizelle is a clerk at the De- been accomplished by a woman before and old open running sores or ulcers
"* 'f and many people gathered at the big! are cured and healed. In treating old
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000 from the fortification
appropria- 101.000 pounds. Soto hotel. Last year his brother "
running sores, or ulcers it is well to insure -
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dock of the Hotel Palm Beach
to witness
, lion bill reported in the House of Representatives Mike Tolen a prominent Columbia Raymond Mizelle upon whose estatehe their healing to apply to them Dr.
; the event The judges and tin Pierce's All Healing Salve. If your drug- I
Tuesday. is administrator Killed at High
murdered was
county farmer was some
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r. ers were in Mr. Sidney Maddock'sboat gist don't happen to have this Salve in ,s
y A new steamship line may be organized time Monday morning by unknown Springs while coupling two cars. Mi stock, send fifty-four cents In postage
"The Siren. Those aboard
with Tampa capital to the parties on his farm located between zelle was an employee of the Coast were stamps to Dr.R.V.Pierce, Invalids' Hotel 1
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Ex-Alderman Thos. Gibney of New and Surgical Institute.Buffalo N.YM and I
r' amount of $1,000,000 to operate a line Lake City and Fort White on the At Line and culpable negligence upon Ux a large box of "All-Healing Salve" t
I York City Dr. Chas. K. Rath of Eliza
t of steamers: between Tampa and Has lantic Coast Line Railway. Ills deathis part of the railway company is ascribed will reach lOU by return post.
.beth, N. J.; and Tim Coffey the tar- You can t afford to accept a secret nos- JH
Tana.r generally thought to be the resultof as grounds for the suit. pon fisherman. It being a beautiful trum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic, ;

Mr. F. Herbert Wilson secretary of a feud as a brother of the dead man Oranges Shipped to Far West. I medicine or KNOWN cowposmos, not
, # day both swam the distance apparently even though the urgent dealer may
the Wilson Cypress Company of Palat' Sam Tolen, was murdered by unknown Mr. W. R. Stokely shipped a crateof with ease much to the astonish thereby make a little bigger profit. It1na

parties last summer. A posse pineapple this morning to Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulateand
ka and a prominent and popular oranges
meat of those who came and rather invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. ,
young business man of that city has with bloodhounds left Lake City for Wash. The oranges were from the expected that the lady would not accomplish Sugar-coated, tiny granules easy to take : ,

been unanimously renominated fort the purpose apprehending the mur grove of Mr. W. S. Hart and were the feat. as candy.

mayor derer. packed in one of Mr. Stokley's patent t
Slick Fakir in Pensacola. its i
; It is stated that nearly all the The Florida Supreme Court at Tallahassee crates. Mr. Stokely says this is the 8100 Reward 8100. .

claims connected with the recent big on Wednesday issued a writ finest crate of oranges that ever left The readers of this paper will be pleasedto The Pensacola correspondent of the i,
learn that there is at least dreadful ....
the State and he doubt is correctas one Times-Union
no
.' fire at Ybor City have been adjustedi of quo warranto directed to the Tam disease that science has been able to cure in says:

and about fifty per cent of the losses I pa Waterworks Company demanding the fruit is superb and the crate all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Benjamin Webster the mysterious ,
i one of the latest and safest designs. Cure is the only positive cure knownto
! paid. The total losses amount to that the company show its right to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a stranger who was reputed to be a

,- :4453,000 hold the franchise granted by the City This crate had already traveled toNew i constitutional disease, requires a constitutional millionaire from Montana, and who

Tampa. The writ is made return- York and back and will now treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is drew drafts three local banks for
on
A. H. Miller. a traveling salesman taken internally, acting directly upon the
,Of -- suicide able March :31 and will be heard before make the long trip across the conti blood and mucous surfaces of the system sums aggregating $800,000 which he
S. C. committed
; from Camden thereby destroying the foundation of the disease
the court on that date said he to invest in Pensa-
l' in a Tampa hotel Friday by, first supreme nent.W. and giving the patient strength in was going .
himself several times in the which will render a final decision S. Jennings and several citizensof building op the constitution and assisting sola properties left the city Thursday

stabbing thereon. This action it is under. Miami met at the Board of Trade nature in doing its work. The proprietors: as mysteriously as he entered.
',: breast with a long dagger and then have so much faith in its curative powers
stood Is brought by the permission ofAttorneyGeneral rooms Monday night and discussed that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any Webster struck Pensacola in true
I taking morphine. Ellis.A case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials made
the matter of Governor Broward placing "J. Rufus Wallingford" style
Monday G. M. Sims picked from one .
r through freight train on the West a dredge at the head of the Miami Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O. the acquaintance of prominent and
of and strawberries which he
acre Sold .
by Druggists 75c.Hall's
Coast. division of the Atlantic Coast river. A mass meeting was called for wealthy business men, was introducedat
sold for $41. Remember this is just Family Pills: are the best
t' Line was wrecked a short distance this afternoon to further discuss the the Osceola and Concordia clubs
x the same acreage that had been gone
north of Lakeland Wednesday morning question at which time it is reporteda West Coast Will Lose Mails. and wined and dined extensively all ,
over before and will be gone over
A gap was burned In a trestle scheme will be laid before the peo (Tampa Times.) because he was charmed with Pensa-
1". again.St. Petersburg Independent.
r through which the engine went and a pie whereby guaranteeing the purchase There will be an important business cola. He drew drafts on the Monta

Foliating the visit to Tampa of number of cars were derailed and of a certain number of acres of meeting of the board of governors of and Chicago banks and was give j

Baron:peck von Sternburg. German smashed. Engineer Dubose of Lakeland state lands, or enough to pay for a the Tampa Board of Trade this after passbooks in the banks crediting hiir

: :ambassador to the United
: .announcement is made that a German tramp. The an early date-Miami NewsRecordOn the transfer of the I
brakeman and a negro to consider the possibility of the Havana ject to proper mon
be established in Tampa -
Consulate will road was closed to traffic for nearly the 18th Inst. Capt. A. L. Wing mails being diverted from this portto ey.

,,I, with George Stretcher resident twenty.four hours. had rounded out fourteen years service the east coast on account of the However in reply to telegrams sentto

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consul. Despite the fact that the cold nip- as master of the steamer Cres- action of the Peninsular & Occidental the banks upon which he had drawn

Sheriff Murrhee of Lake county ped and did considerable damage to cent City during which time he made Steamship Co., in submitting to the was received information that Benjamin !

.has been removed from office by Governor the truck farms in the northern part 6.618 round trips from Apalachicola to postoffice department a bid that is Webster was unknown or no ,

.' Broward on the cnarge of ma!. of the county the shipments are very Carrabelle. During the fourteen years considered to be unduly high. funds. Now he has left Pensacola but t t

feasance and for whipping a negro heavy at present an average of five Capt. Wing lost three days from the The bid of the company has been with the passbooks and local bankers I .

.servant girl who stole $10 from the to six cars of vegetables going out par roll and five or six trips which pronounced by the postoffice depart are fearing to hear from the Montana .

sheriff's home,and who was a prisonerat who have good record and millionaire for when they do :
< daily to the northern and western men as a ment to be unreasonably high and

the time of .the whipping.Last markets. The freight shipments are I none who excel it. Capt Wing Is there is a likelihood that unless some next hear of him it will probably be to '

Saturday one of the fishing also. heavy and all in all the trucking popular with the traveling public on I other line steps in and makes a bid the effect that he has cashed checks 1

.fleets of the E. J. Ricou Fish Companyof seasA is a good one. Throughout the account of his courtesy and obliging for carrying the mails that the contract drawn against the pass books whica

Fort Pierce and ,Stuart brought to county rain is very badly needed and way. and he is one of the most faithful will be let so that the mails for show such a handsome balance in Pen-

k Stuart more than three thousand unless precipitation occurs soon all officials in Florida.ApalachicolaTimes the next four years at least will go to sacola banking institutions.A .

pounds of Spanish mackerel and onE kinds of produce will suffer ifrepar : Havana via Knight's Key. U.

$ Monday about twenty-five hundred ab'y.- UamlIetropolls.. A dispatch from Jewfish Key Largo, This would be a bad thing for Tampa Knockeris
all caught in the : a man who can't see good in any person or fll
blue fish
rounds of Several carpenters left here Friday and Tampa's business men in gen-
to the Times-Union, dated Tuesday thing. It's a habit caused by a dunrdie4 "
ocean near the St. Lucie inlet. morning for Grassy Key, where they says "The English tramp steamship eral. To avert this contingency the liver If you find thlot you are beginning to
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: see things through blue spectacles tart nr
The British steamer Verbina bound will be employed in constructing Board of Trade will consider the yi
Verbena Capt. }Mann bound to Vera liver to a good cleaning out process with UaiUnl -

io Vera Cruz with a cargo of coal ran houses at that place. One of the Cruz :Mexico and coal laden ran question this afternoon and take uch 's Ilerbme A sure cure for constipation, .
dyspepsia, indigestion. sick headache bilibUa-
ashore Sunday afternoon on Molasses new houses to be erected there is to ashore on the rocks of the Florida steps as may be deemed best to rem- ness, all liver, stomach Mild bowel! troubles.,

Reef and was floated Tuesday morning have twenty rooms and is to be usedas reefs off Rodriguez key at 3 p. m. on edy the situation.The Sold IStore.Report by Titooville. Pharmacy and lUnnrrDniz

after having thrown overboard a hotel. Other smaller cottagesare March 15, and got clear today at 8 a. Knights Key line is a branchof

.e tons of coal. The task was accomplished also to be erected as quarters for m. Capts. Stickney and Sawyer witha the P. & 0.President. cf the New York Central. ,r

by S. S. Johnson and a wreck men who will be employed in cleaningup wrecking crew lightened her by *
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Roosevelt Says The report Issued by the New York
ing crew from Key Largo.Key West the grounds there. Already some throwing overboard 500 tons of coal !
that outdoor exercise is needed by the American Central railroad for the last calendar f
Citizen. of the lumber for the buildings is on after which she floated and proceeded people. That's all very well bat how year shows that expenses Increased

The United States department of ag- the ground and no delay will be had immediately for her destination. Dam- can *people with rheumatism follow that advice faster than earnings by $3.262,037! :
The answer M simple-nse Ballard'ssnow
b ricultiire has announced the annual in rapidly putting the new resort into age to the hull if any, could not be Liniment and the rheumatism will so, earnings having been affected by tbe b

.e quarantine against interstate ship- shape.Miami News.Record. ascertained until a survey is had." leaving you as sr.ry ass colt. nine quick panic There was. however, an Increase I
and permanent relief from rheumatism neuralgia of $3."CS,313 from the securities owned, 1
: ments of cattle from fourteen southern Capt Clay Johnson returned from lame back and all pairs. Sold by Ti-
Mr. H. Alerwm, who had the contract chiefly) those of the Lake Short and i
which southern or having Ml tusrille Pharmacy; and Banner Drug Store.
states in splenetic Bassmger Tuesday night *
for boring the two wells for the Michigan Central The company paid
Texas fever exists. Among the states his steamer the Roseada in Lake Kis- riO71792O In dividends. I
Edison at Fort
new municipal water works completed Myers.A I
named are Mississippi. South Carolina simmee. His light draft barge on
his labors Monday afternoon with a dispatch from Fort Myers to the
Georgia and Florida. Quarantine is effective which was loaded 150 boxes of grape- Suffering and Dollars SavedE.
result pleasing to himself and the city.Last ,
April 1. fruit and other freight he brought i Tampa Tribune dated Tuesday sajs: week we made mention of the "Thomas A. Edison, the "wizard" am a carpenter and have had many severe

0; Miami can get a State dredge built : through to Lake Tohopekahgh by fact that a splendid volume of water arrived on the noon train today with cot healed by Itiuklen'iri.ica Naive It .
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baA saved hiinvnnK and dollar It u
hoisting a temporary sail and guidingit me ?
and put to work at the source of the had been secured at one well, and as his wife and three children. He was by far the best healing halve I have ever I
for the of drainIng by using long poles. This kind of found" Heals burns.sores,ulcers fever sores,
Miami river purpose I the number of gallons flowing proved preceded two das: by T. Atte who
steam boating however is too stren- eczema and piles :&." lit Banner Drug Store.
a portion of the Everglades, if the : satisfactory boring another one was has been his assistant for the past

4' people of the section accept ex-Gov uous even for Capt. Johnson, and after started and the outcome of this has thirtj-one years This indicates that r0 4 i ,

"t'' i ernor Jennings' proposition to guaran- one more trip for which he left today also exceeded the expectations of he intends putting considerable time ;
his boats will be tied to await the
':; teethe purchase of 20,000 acres ofStates up those having the very difficult job in on his experiments when not angling t
rise of waters.-Kissimmee Valley Ga tr.uarrrsc
v land at $2 an acre. About $23.- hand. The regular flow was secured for the wily tarpon of which sport hf .

000 has already been subscribed. zette. --- after drilling to a depth of only 141 is very fond. The Tribune correspondent 1 tt

At the meeting of the Hotel Company -- Neighborhood Favorite feet on the first and 160 feet on the found )Ir. Edison looking verb I r

' J Fernandina held Thursday night second. The two wells now give a ...well notwithstanding the operatm .
of Mrs E D, Charles,of Harbor.Maine,speaking ''tr:Ts.enf4 t ;
resolutions were adopted calling for a of Electric Bitters says "It is a neighborhood combined flow of 460.000 gallons, and he underwent three weeks ago. It is Ut rte bra retisl4ea. i-osn and1.Io .
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dissolution of the company and the favorite here with u!'." It deservesto as the product is clear and of excel not certain yet that his hearing has ; Y l 1."ckawph..1Ahlu.llt: t be favorite everywhere.. It Rives quick
> the
a fl roaee why;o tmUness standards are
-1 \ prorata of the paid up stock among i relief in dyspepsia liver complaint kidney lent quality it seems that the problemof been improved by the operation as ul'ht'll la the:Jade.1ee t

". the stockholders. This was rather a I derangement malnutrition nervousness, getting the water for the city plant his head is still swathed in bandages." tJft Scr .\..._ nn t. nutunl FEES
weakness and general debility. Its action on '9 9.\ rplint It eimtm rotor' t pit:x, UMIITlowt
.t' has at last been solved and to the en- ...... <.
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.' -sudden turn of affairs and put to an the blood as a thorough purifier makes it ca.-:.1': '
4 'nme : r 13) r,4les or 1-gw.hta and
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of a new hotel in especially useful as a spring medicine. This tire satisfaction of the interested par Don't think that pite can't b* cured Thousands nnit.. Iurl able w act. Head fur M.
:> end, the probability grand alterative tonic is std nnder guaranteeat of obstinate cases have been cured by
1 1- O. M. FERRY A CO., Detroit, Mtclu
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-t" fi' the near future.Fernandina Record. the Banner Drag Store. oOi. ties.-Palatka Doan'Ointment 50 cents at any drug otoie.



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: Mr. J. W.'Rossiter, of Eau Gallie,
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Entered at the postoffiee at Titnirillc M .
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-, .. ,8UBSCKIPT1OX' ,91.50 PEB ANNUM. here. } Who is best able to judge of the value of Pe-ru-na? the

.J ';: --h.'1P\t ;."'. Mr. A. J. Montgomery has built a housewife who has used it in her home for years, or prejudiced}
:: :mu. 8.Wager, Editor d PvblUher. house and has moved a ;
new two story
: in theirlives
? fitl -. r: a sensational writers who have never used Pe-ru-na

:I ;: p1jBLTSH EVERY FRIDAY MORNING into it.Mr. r n ? It will not take any fair-minded reader a minute to

...:.:. and Mrs. James A. Clark, of I1 United "
Y campaign is livening : decide which is the best evidence The mot .<-r "f lic
: The political here for few weeksat
: Baltimore, are a
>4! have States believe in Pe-ru-na. The half million!! l'ra'nen who
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some in Brevard. We now the Barker House.
; tg. '
? Pe-ru-na receive for and the half
three candidates out for the legisla- '' praise no pay doing so,
for Miss May Howes came home from \ \ .r dozen editors who disparage Pe-ru-na get big; pay for doing
ture; a contest for treasurer and Stetson last week and will not return {
; so. Which is the best evidence?
,, some of the members of school board for the spring term.. :. .v

,r and for county commissioner. The Rev. Stones,of Titusville, and Sore Throat for Years.,

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Rev. Keith, of Eau Gallie, held services .1. }:: ASNY Mrs. C. Daahel, 384 Irving Avenue, Chicago, I1L, Curator

Hon. Jeff Browne, candidate for here Saturday and Sunday of ? Natural History Society,writes:
c "I am glad to be able to recommend reruns for chronic core
f governor, has written to his esteemed last week. r.. :
S. V throat. I had been troubled with sore throat for rears, but
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opponents, Hon. Albert Gilchrist Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Tumor !.. r : could find nothing to help me. I had an awful
a
and Hon. J. N. C. Stockton, asking left this,week for England, but hopeto 't''Y ',. ':. gagging in the morning and was subject to
dizzy spells. I could not draw a free breath
?c =_;' for a joint discussion of the issues'of return to their Florida home an- S rrS:OrY'ti'Y' "v% 3 ", 4 and life had no pleasure: for me. M/

the campaign before the people of other year. throat was dry and parched.
'MRS.At NIICC : : : < .
Florida. This would suit the peoples We are sorry to say that news was I : : .-' "IsnppaedIwasdamedtospei dr
T ES C fit. +fy: .y the rest of my days in this con
received from Live Oak of the deathof
interest in V
E exactly and arouse some 1'k e dition, when I heard what gwd

4 1 the gubernatorial struggle. the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Now Eats and Sleeps Well. P .. M a. Peruna had been to others, so I

t g .a iV. L. Howes. Mrs.. Annie Teach, 337 53rdAvenue I tried a bottle of it. After u>i&.d

Milwaukee, Wis., ri> it.I wad much better and six
is called to the mayor'snotice Miss Gertrude Mosbey, of Shiloh,
Attention writes
: "When I wrote to you Y1 bottles of it cured me."I .
a for a mass meeting to be held is now a resident of Oak Hill, and for advice, my health was a cannot say too much for

will assist her brother Mr. L. L. total reck. I could not
Monday evening next to secure an sleep Peruna,and I hope tl.it some
Mosbey in the postoffice.Miss and thought; I would die, r ;ka; jejl poor sufferer l>*e mj-
s expression of tax payers upon important as there sremed to be no help self will see this and

questions touching the welfare Annie Bell Williams leaves for me. But I fallowed your .::y:::::::#'.:f, : /f give it a trUl."

r for DeLand this week for a visit with advice and took Peruna and ..
of the town. The mayor hereby
Manalin.
her Stetson friends and will be the
gives the people of the town an opportunity ."1 am now cUr.d. I can eat
of Miss Mary Fair.
7 of expressing their opinionon guest and sleep well, and enjoy life. .
Eldora is again deserted for the "I never will be without .

important subjects and it is now summer. Mr. and Mrs. Willetts and Peruca, should any of us be sick."
Y'4 the tax to act.
* [; & up to payers son Chester left Wednesday of Catarrh of Worst form. .. ; .

Mrs. Amanda Long, 7237 Seeley
last week,Miss Warnock on Saturday
Avenue,Chicago, IlL, writes t :'
The first joint debate between ---- :
gu- and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Warnock .
I believe that 1 am cured of catarrhf Indigestion.f4F"t.\ =
bernatorial candidates pulled off i Acute :;.: : ; x
was left on Tuesday of this week and on the worst form and of long standing. "' *iM %.... "'J!
Mr.John C.Russell 810 County j #
at Live Oak last Saturday and the Wednesday M.P. Moulton, with "1 was almost a total wreck. I tried .
Portsmouth Va writes
Street, '
; Democrat, of that place, says "the Mrs. Moulton, Sr., and Mrs. Powell. almost everything and doctored with a regarding his wife's case as follows ff ? ;r, s
number of doctors,but they did me no :
crowd was unquestionably with They will be very welcome on their good."I : 1i
"I it would be
thought doing
; -; ,Stockton, but the bout resulted ink return next fall. tried Peruna as a last resort,and by ::: > '
but justice to your great medicine .tlf::+i i{: :- ;
[ about equal honors. Mr. Stockton There is quite a change in the business the time 1 had taken one bottle I couldsee to tell you what it has done for Fl ; ;::
that it was helping me,and so I continued : ':':: :::' ': .
.7jiAII4y;: :. h i
and Mr. firms of Oak Hill. Messrs. Put- my wife. ? : :: !
used his box freely "
pepper taking it. I can say now that I Rffiij .; l .?
. 'Two the doctor called 1 ; / #
years ago
and Fowler have sold their store .
Browne quoted records and hurled nam have not felt the slightest symptoms for .
at our house,on au average, three +!W::i;::::;:{:}r ::} ::'"
and business to Mr.J.C.McCullough three months, and I think there is .
k his denunciamentos very energetiCally times a week,in attendance uponmy 'fIl ;:::;:{ ::i::i:::fi ::::: r! In
." & Sons, the firm being McCulloughBros. nothing like Peruoa. 1 still keep it in wife, who was suffering from fiI. ".x. i;:i:;:: ":"'<,.." JJJ1.JJ
z. ,. the house,and think there is no medi- ;..w
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Mr. Fowler's health did not acute indigestion. Her sufferingwas ...::::)

Spring Term Circuit Court warrant his continuation in business.Mr. cine and bless like it.the 1 cannot day that praise I learned it too of highly it." morphine so great would that give nothing her relief.but <"0'1( h1RS. C. IVASH EL. I

t ;. .; At the spring term of circuit court and Mrs. Fowler leave for Geor- Mrs. Judge J.F.Boyer,1121 Sherman "While on a visit to some friends

in session last week and part of this gia shortly and will be much missed. Avenue,Evanston,Ill.,writes that several in Norfolk she had an attack and I plt Pe-ru-na for Her Children.

s week, the following disposition ol Mr. W. C. Howes, who has been in complications united in pulling her pared to go for Mrs. Alice Bogle, Ktt Clinton St.,
down, and she thanks Peruna for new
Z'-r, cases on docket was made: business in Oak Hill for 27 years has life and strength. Gained Thirty the doctor, when Circleville, Ohio,writes:

State vs. Jim Britton, unlawful also sold his business to the firm of Pounds. our friend proposed "I want to inform you what Peruna
Pe-ru-na Tablets. Perona. I gave her
has done for
sale of liquors, near Melbourne, defendant Mosbey & Griffis, and will move his For two years Dr. Hartman and his a dose, repeating it "I have been me. afflicted

-1 plead guilty and was fined family to' Port Orange. Mr. and assistants have incessantly labored to in a half hour, and her pains passed for several years. I have with catarrh differ.

$100 and costs or three months in Mrs. Howes will have many regretsat create Peruiia in tablet form,and their away. Since that time my wife has ant medicines and none trig to do

jail at hard labor. leaving the place that has been strenuous labors have just been-crowned gained thirty pounds. me any good until I used Peruna. I

State vs. Henry Hamilton, unlaw- their home for so many years, and with success. People who object to "We are never out of Peruna.When the have taken six bottles and can praUe it
liquid medicines can now secure Peruna children or I have cold we take some ofmamma's for the
1 very highly good it has done
their friends both old and We me.
Titusville new.
ful sale of at
1a liquor
camp
tablets. Each tablet is
equivalent to one Pernna. I find it has cut my "I also find it of great benefit to
A meeting grounds, plead guilty and wish the young men of the new firms Average dose of Peruna doctor bills down to almost nothing." children." my

: J was fined $100 and costs or three much success. h ._ __h _ __ n _.______u_- ._- -- -' -

f months in/jail at hard labor. Farmers, mechanics railroaders. laborers inated and elected will fulfill the dutiesof For County Commissioners I For Tax CollectorTo

< State vs. Ed Evans and Sarah Hen- rt'lyon Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil Takes the the office in*the interest of the people We respectfully announce that we tbe Voters of Brevard County:
defendants plead toting out uf cuts barns or bruises at once. of Brevard county, as in the past shall be candidates for county commis-
c rt derson, adultery, Pain cannot May where it is used. when I was honored with your confi- sioners from our respective districts at I I herewith announce my candidacy for

guilty, Evans sentenced to two yearsin -.- ----- dence. the next primary election. the office of tax collector of Brevard

penitentiary, sentence suspended Every Once in a Whileits Very respectfully, Trusting that our services meet your county. If elected to this office I prom-
JNO. H. SAMS. approval, and that we will receive your I ise to give my best services to the people
as to Sarah Henderson. necessary to give a little benefit in -- -- ------ --- ---- support. We remain yours truly, 'I and trust I will receive their support -
State v. Norman Bell,assault with the way of a reduction in prices. WhenI For RepresentativeI J. M. OSBAN Dist. No. 1. I at the coming pnmary
do make a reduction it's worth taking PHILIP II. WRIGHT.
J. R. MiOT/Dist. No. 2. I
intent to murder convicted of ag-
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advantage of. am a candidate for represenative R. A. COMCLING, Dist. No. 3. ___ _
gravated assault and sentenced to Until April 15th I will astonish you and respectfully ask the support of all T. A. ROBINSON, Dist No4. I! For of

I 4 a:, one year in county jail. with my liberal prices on all dental Democratic voters in the coming pri- T. J. COCKSHUTT, Dist. No. 5. Supervisor RegistrationTo
work except re-enameling. I am now mary. Very truly, the Democratic Voteis of Br .vard may
State vs. Calvin Flynn, white, un- doing that for one third less than you R. B. STEWART.For For Representative i I
,." lawful sale of liquor, jury acquitted. can get the work for in Chicago or New .. I am a candidate for rer.ominaUon by
At the solicitation of friends I
' York. Extracting 50 cents instead of State Senator, 13th DistrictI my ; the Democracy Brevard county for
State vs. Robert Lipscomb, grand hereby announce myself a candidate for I the office of supervisor of registration.If .

r. larceny, stealing gun from Admiral i 100.Gold crowns! ought to make peck hereby announce myself a candidatefor representative from Brevard county in : nominated I promise a contmueace

Jas. H. Gillis, jury convicted and he of them at the new prices. Same way re-election as senator from the thir- the next legislature, subject to the a!- j of a faithful performance of the dtttica
r with artificial teeth, big break from teenth senatorial district of Florida I ticn of the coming primary election of of the office. Soliciting the support of
s was sentenced to two years in state former prices. subject to the action of the Democratic, May 19th. My platform will be pub-' all in the primary,

:.rY: penitentiary.State Next two week.? is the time to make party at the approaching primaries. lished in THE STAR in full in the near'' I am wry respectfully
F. M. HUDSON. I future. J. W. Os BAS. W. S. NORWOOD
vs. Geo. W. Sullivan, white, veer contracts. You can make appointments ____ ____ __ ___.n __ I ---- ----- -- u -- -- -- .
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mail. BK. MILLER, -- -
i unlawful sale of liquors at Eau GaBle, I by Titusville. For Stats Senator, 13th District For,Member of County School Board For State's AttorneyI

jury acquitted. I We, the many friends, announce the
candidatefor
I hereby announce myself a
s r r > State vs. Tom Williams, assault Card of Thanks Plate senator for the thirteenth sen- name of J. N. Chalker of Rockledge, hereby announce my' candidacy for
t { Fla.. a clean, straight, capable man, as
of Brevard nomination to a second term of office ofstate.s
with intent to murder, jury convicted Th" under-ific'1 returns heartfelt St.atonal Lu'Me district and Dade composed counties subject to, candidate for member of the county attorney in and for the?th judi-

- and he was sentenced to seven thanks! t', the many kimlfrierdsvvho: the will of the Democrats as expressedat school board for this, the second district -, cial circuit of Florida, subject to the

a years in the penitentiary.State assisted so generously and nobly; dur- the ensuing citizens. and, the ask the support of all good Democratic primary to be held n May
at
j ing the illness and death of my late primarY.j.. W. WATSOX. coming pnmary. ;19th, 1908. If again trusted with the
Tom and Del-
vs. \Villiamg MAW FRIENDS.For I!
administration of this moot
. husbanJ. Their kindness will ever ._. important
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fF; phia Savas, adultery, jury convicted be remembered by me. ALe especial For Member School Board, 3rd Dist.I Member of School BoardTo I.office by the people, I will aa 1 havealways
striven to do
,
v_ -': sentence against Williams suspended thanks are exte d xl to the' announce myself a candidate for re- the V-.tN'S of I5reianl County I impartially and fearlessly perform for the my dot bat.

and as to Delphia Savas sentenced to Knights of Pvthias and W. 0. W. for nomination as member of the school 1 respectfully announce myself as a interests of the state.

' : one year in county jail. their kindly otti'vs and conduct of board for the third district, and ask the candidate at the next primaries for school JOHV C. JOKES,
the burial sorv"ices. support of all if my past record as such board member for district No. 1. I States Attorney 7th Judicial Circuit.
; : The cases against Tom Williams MRS. C. E. I Im. has been satisfactor). I have been a shall appreciate the support of all. u __ ___ _

y} ..:: and Norman Bell, carrying concealed! --- resident of Erevard, county for 34 j ears. _. A. J. CARTER. Notice
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were ordered transferred Wood For Sale E. B. ARNOLD. I I
weapons, NoticeTo To the Voters of Huvard (ouuty

7rY' to county judge's court for trial. Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- For RepresentativeI the Voters of Brevard County. After reading the notice of John Henrt,

ing and harrowing. See or address J. Thanking you for past favors I againbeg in our last week's county papers eta
Cocoa to Celebrate May Day W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. respectfully announce myself as a to announce myself as a candidatefor ting that under no circumstances will he
K candidate for representative in the leg- re-election to the office of clerk of be a candidate for any office at the next
At meeting held at Cocoa Tues- islature from at the
k a Brevard county,
the circuit court of Brevard county sub- primary election, I herewith announce
day it was decided to celebrate Mayday PRIMARY, ANNOUNCEMENTS& primary election to be held May 19th. ject to the action of the coming Dem- my candida y for the office of county
is "The will and wish of
My platform
ocratic primary and would thank treasurer Brevardcounty. If electedto
for -----
as customary many years you
the people of Brevard county. I haveno
g ti; Announcement; under tins hPr.din.00.. kindly for jour this office I promise to give to the
. Committees were appointed for various pet schemes, and if elected will only support.Respectfully people of the
until the first with
published primary an exception county as good service as
k ._ '" sports and every effort will be I made of$2: .5ft for county commissioners go as jour repre!' ntative. I A. A. STEWART. has been given by our present and moat
'} and members of the school board, the fe Thanking you for jour support remain ------------ efficient treasurer. I trust that I will
made to make this picnic a greater Yours re-
to be paid in advance truly, 1
For Supt. Public InstructionTo ceive jour support. J. F. WOOTEN
.
JOHN IIOUSTON.Notice
than ever.'
success
the Voters of Brevard County
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For Treasurer
County
Yielding to the solicitation of many For Tax Assessor
,i1 i, Notice Courtenay Fla., March 25, 1908. friends, I announce myself as a candidate -
I respectfully announce myself as a nomination before the To the People Brevard County .
for
The registration books will open i in To the Voters of Brevard County. coming
of Brevard county candidate at the next primary electionfor pnmanes.If I respectfully announce myself as a
1tT' all the precincts Having decided to announce myself as re-election as sheriff of Brevard nominated and re-elected I shall use candidate for re-election as counts tai
on the 7th day of April for the regis- a candidate for nomination at the com- county. I would appreciate the earnest my best effort, as in the past, to promote assessor. Trusting my work has caret ?
tration of voters. ing Democratic primary for the office of support of all our people. the interest of our whole public your approval and thanking you far s
3 W. S. NORWOOD, county treasurer, I respectfully request Yours truly, school sj'stem. Respectfully, your support, I remain yours truly r
Supervisor of Registration. I your support promising you that if nom- JOSEPH P. BRO* JOHN R. WALKER. W. H. HALUJt ?





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THE FLORIDA STAR 5 .

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1&URY tion of our duty, we have carefully an official farewell. We beg to as- '"!

considered everything brought before sure him that the thanks, gratitudeand -- j I'
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:; us, yet we respectfully request good wishes of Brevard county 1& PL' -
if'I
..; P4RBSBllTMENTa
< the citizens to carry petty matters will follow wherever he goes. -

; t\ before the county judge or the several Our Sheriff This grand ,jury

"- .. fOUL lade By that Honorable justices as being essentially in takes great pleasure in adding its r
their jurisdiction and we recommendthat need of commendation to the able, .4 '4'f

.'. '";\,_......,{L1I4iorthe- Welfare Bmardof the several justices of the peace earless' and conscientious services

/ ..CU'CUt.Ccurt of the SeventhJu- exercise their activity in the above of: the Hon. Joseph P. Brown, as a

_,: qfl.Circuit of Brevard county,Fla. matter as being within their jurisdic- model officer who knows no friend or

< ,'ennl908. tion.The foe in the conscientious- exercise ofhis
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.:-alp: To.the Hon. Minor S.Jones, judge of said entire grand jury visited the official duties. We also thank t
'''''' k ,court! in said county and circuit. jail and made a thorough investigation Mr. John Waller and other deputiesfor

; ir 'The grand jury serving for they of that building and find the their courtesies.Our ."--;;

k spring term, 1908, of the above hon- same to be clean and sanitary.The Hon. Judge, Minor S.Jones- !

;; orable court, in addition to the several jail-building, cells and furni- We thank our respected judge forhis : {:; '

iRA' special presentments heretofore ture are in first class condition. The courtesies and able advice and assistance 4

made, do beg leave toi offer and present recent improvements in the way of to us in our labors. i_

;' the following general presentment modern closets and suitable seweragein Hon.John C.Jones-We also thankour

to your honor concerning such cells, good bath tub for the cleanliness most able and efficient states attorney ROYAL t.: ;f 4

matters and things as have come un- and welfare of the prisoners,. Hon. John C. Jones, for his ,

der our observation, touching the we especially commend. The engine able council and advice and his untiring -

welfare our people and our county. and pumping outfit we find to be put efforts to assist in all matters Powder tj
Baking
And also respectfully make such up and kept in excellent condition.The pertaining to our work.

suggestions as to us best appeals for house occupied by jailer is in We also wish to thank our efficient "

the public good. good repair and condition except that door keeper, Mr. Willis, for his at- The only Baking Powder made

: ROADS AND BRIDGES it needs painting on outside and we tendance and wish him long life and with Royal Grape Cream o! Tartar
I
After recommend our honorable county prosperity. -made from
looking over the report of grapes- 1.
the county treasurer we notice that commissioners order this building, Having fulfilled our duties to the 4 ,

about $9.500: has been spent in the out buildings, tanks and fences of jail best of our abilities we now respectfully Insures healthful and :
and court house yard be properly ask to be discharged.
last twelve months, and we must say delicious food for
SAMUEL J. NORTON, Foreman. every
painted at once. The court house t I
that there has not been the improvement R. F. HATCH Clerk.
home
in the roads that should beTS buildings and offices appear to be in Titusville, Fla., March 28th, 1908. -every day

shown with this expenditure.We good condition.We --- Safeguards food
further recommend that the The Champion year against
recommend to our honorable alum and
county commissioners that a compe- state's attorney's office be put in suit- speaks a few words. Physical cultureis phosphate of lime
able condition and furnished with no longer an art whose practise, is I '
tent road .superintendent employed confined those who intend
desk and suitable furniture for the to to engagein
having no other employment or athletic pursuits. It is the very keyto

interests other than the building ands preservation of papers and conven- success m must life.be To physically gratify one s ambition .- ----______________- __ !
ience of the work of the prosecuting one strong.It
repairing roads in Brevard county; has made a president of the United The appointment of William H. proved throughout the state as Mr.
that the building of roads be let out attorney.The States. It presents the only logical,
Milton, of Jackson county, to sucMilton is able and
an man thorough-
several offices of the county sensible, effective method of treating
by contract to the lowest bidder and officers we find to be clean and in diseased conditions. My course of instructions -t ceed the late W. J. Bryan as United ly qualified for this position with g
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paid for only after being thoroughly order. presents not one system of i States senator will: be generally apwhich he has been honored.
good
running
inspected and accepted by the superintendent specific exercises but many that have
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been tried and found efficacious. I can- -
SCHOOLS not understand why you hesitate in taking -
v We further recommend that the After looking through the neatly a thorough education in scientific I

present system of building "flat" kept books of our school superintendent wealth.training." "Health One lesson is will more convince value than you Indian River Ice Factory .

roads be discontinued and the"crown" we find that our schools are that it is worth more than Prof. Joe

system be used, also that a in a splendid condition. While thereis Fielding charges for twenty lessons.
; road roller of less than deficit of Progressive weight lifting (starting TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
not two tons a now on account taxes with very light dumb-bells) has devel- ,
weight be purchased by the countyto not being paid in at present time, oped all the famous modern Samsons
be used on the roads. the indications are that there will bea now exhibiting before the public. Gym- Pure ice manufactured from distilled 4
nastics was substituted for drugs 2,000
In reference to bridges we suggest small surplus at the end of the fiscal It is beneficial to
years ago. very your
water. Prompt deliveries to all
that the recommendation of the prev- year. We wish to commend the health to take ten minutes'exercise before pointsA.

ious grand jury be carried out. way the school records are, kept by breakfast. Lightexercise and fresh
air wards off many diseases. Boxing, S. Piatt
We notice that some of the dan- Superintendent'Valker.. wrestling, club swinging, dumb-bell ex- Proprietor

gerous bridges mentioned by them County Treasurer We understandthat ercise and bag punching taught by the ___-_ ___nn __n__ _n__ ____
professor. N. B. Stout gentlemen reduced -
have been repaired. our county treasurer, Hon.John in weight, massage of any affected -
:1. COUNTY HOME Henry, has indicated his intentionof parts a specialty. Great care taken KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE
with children. Address Postoffice, or
returning from the services of the
We visited the county home and this paper. Buggy Typo
county. We learn this declarationon
found under the able of
Robt.Dunnam,the buildings management in good, the part of Mr. Henry with great Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner Tongue HIGH WHEELS, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD I .
coated? Bitter taste? Complexion sallow? ,
clean condition, the farm well cared regret as we consider him to be one Liver needs waking up. Doan's Begulets $375 and
and of the most efficient and painstaking cure bilious attacks. 2.)cents at any drug : TO/p I iit.! I
for the three inmates,two white store.Notice.
treasurers in the state. Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla. ..
? and one colored, unable to work. ,
His tabulated statements of the financial of Commissioners' Sale in Par- -. ----- .
We recommend that all farming

q for profit be suspended and experi- attached condition herewith of the)county show not(whichare only Under and by virtue tition of a final decree in EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. ;

mental work stopped, and that the partition renden-d in the circuit court in and
T institution be maintained simply asa able and scholarly work but also in- for Brevard county, Florida in chancery, .
wherein Frederick A.Lesley is complainant '
dicate that the flourishing conditionof
home for the poor. and Emma J. Renaker et al are defendants.We DEALERS IN
our county finances is largely due the undersigned commissioners in -
partition 'i
We further recommend that the will sell for cash to the highest and ;. .
to the services of this officer. It is
'' superintendent's salary be made $50 best bidder before the court house door at Tiusville Lumber and Building Materials
with much regret that we are com- on the first Monday in May, 1908,
per month and he support himself being the 4th day of said month, between the
and family, but have the privilege of pelled by his own choice to bid him legal hours of sale all the follow ing described OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE: MATERIAL
real estate lying in Brevard county Florida,
.y using vegetables from the garden. The Great Van Amburg Show and described as follows: Yards at TitnsYille, Cocoa, Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach
The taaA one hundred (100) feet of lot four
Y FISH LAWS The great Van Amburg show is advertised (.t) of block seven(7)of the town of Titosville\ We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders t
to exhibit at Titusville April according: to the map of said town made by for shipment direct from the mills )r '
We recommend that our senator
J. Francis Le Baron and on file in the clerk's
8th. Over five hundred travel
people office of Brevard county, together with the .
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and repres2ntative should look into ----- t
with this big show. It has the finest brick building acid other improvements thereon -
jj and have passd if possible a law pro- circus features and one of the best traveling ,said lot having a frontage on Washington: \
; with seines in all menageries in America. Animals avenue in.said town of fifty two(;)2) feet. '
hibiting fishing wa- from every quarter of the globe are rep- Alto at the same time and place all the following -
: :- ters'of Indian river, Banana river, resented. There is a hyena said to be ('rIQ,1 property to-wit: One refrigerator -
and St. Johns river. the largest ever in captivity. Thereare and bar fixtures,three pool tables, several 1 r
,. lagoons
::' sets of bedroom fiimitnrr. and some din
real live tigers, a whole cage of lug room an :
BLIND TIGER EVIL them fresh from the jungles of India, the: building; on alxive described\ of land. [
where their ancestors have supped upon of Brevard by
The
"I .. county an over-
many a luckless native, and a great cage I?. \VAUKR. Commissioner.W. .
" whelming majority, has declared of.lions, babv- lions?nd some of them S. N RWIH>I>. Coir.misMotier.
against the sale of liquor, but we regret not babies. There are hundreds of monkeys -
tb delight the small boy. Those Jas. Pritchard & Son
f; to say that the illicit sale of intoxicating strange animals, the water buffalo, direct East Coast Meat Market t

i' liquors and its consequent from our own Philippine Islands,
has will be found in our collection. Thereare I Handle the Finest Lines of
rowdyism and debauchery sprungup sacred cows, camels, buffalo, elks, G. F. DUREN, AGENT jJ
like a foul serpent in several of deer, carribous and many other strange
\ our precincts. and curious animals. There are a num- Florida and Heavy and Shelf Hardware
ber of elephants, among them the larg- -
active and
. Our officers have been est and smallest elephants in the known

} efficient in attempting to root out world. ( : WesternMeats ;.
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" this evil, but it seems that it is diffi- The street parade will traverse the I Our Stock of :'
principal streets of the city in the morn-
cult to obtain evidence in many cases. .ing. In the parade will appear about .
; The law cannot be enforced unless 40 cages and wagons, drawn by four, ;; Guns and Sporting Goods ,
'six and eight teams. A large calliope
c the sentiment of the people supports will play all the latest music of thedav. of all Kinds : is at all times I
: complete
-' it. Hence we call upon all good citizens One of the noticeable features at the

in the name of manhood, sobriety grounds where the Van Amburg shows If
appear is the courtesy of the employes. tITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ..
and good conduct to assist the officers Everyone willing! and anxious that

;" in this good work by example the spectator shall see all of it. The 0. A. STEWART Paints and Oils of Quality
those who know how
and show employs only
{ and teaching to the youths young
to be gentlemen, and particular care to
men of Brevard county and in behalf ladies and children is the first consideration .9-fa one of our Specialties

of the wives, sisters and daughters of the Van Amburg management.Two i
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( of those whose homes are likely to be ginning at 2 and 8 p. m. respectfully.Don Fire Insurance -- --

: .darkened and degraded by the ex- t forget the date, Wednesday, Quotations for large or small orders will

':: istence of the lawless blind tiger. April 8th. 44GTITUSVILLE be given personal attention. Mail Orders

The grand jury have a number oft Keeping Open House FLORIDA ; solicited and promptly filled %

petty complaints brought before Everybody is welcome whenwe ftC 1 good. -- .
; bound and we feel that way only when ourdigestiv
them and although in duty we organs are working properly. Dr. Kine I represent some of the leading TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
.If' consider the doors of the grand jury New Life Pills-egulate the action of stomach, companies of the world and any

;: izefes are open in accordance to the complaints with this of concep-all cit-, at liver feeling Banner and good bowels Drug when Store.so he perfectly uses these one can't pill*. help 2T(:. business prompt entrusted andcareful to me attention will receive WfflrWffff IA J y"I IMI' I>> \ YNM\2M.}}}}.







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Put This Stove in Evans Upholds Reuterdahl.It Women as Well as 11'en'


KEEPING I I 1kBONi R Your Kitchen voyage now or comes the fleet out to that tire prior raclfiC to! Amlrnl the Are Made Miserable by

Evans put on record In a letter Kidney Trouble.

,. It is wonderfully to ship commanders his opinion that

the armor belt on our battleships b
: convenient 'to do too low thus sustaining: the main contention Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. discourages ..

kitchen work on a or henry Ieutfrdahl In his article and lessens ambition; beatdyvigof
i -1 THEWORLDa. I l lljJ and cheerfulness sooa
stove that' ready for cClure's. The language of disappear when the lcld.

at the instant wanted, 1 0 the admiral wn""s as follows: "it will lie neys are out of order
., remembered that all our ships are now diseased.
and the -
r out of way the or
: :.' of than that ot has
.; moment you're done. i. greater displacements Kidney trouble
f their original design and In co ise- become so prevalent
; ; .: J The Administration Compromise Such a stove is the New quence they not only have an increased i that it Is not uncomMon

j ; it r: '.; > :,: Trust f.egulation Em! In, Foi- Perfection Wick Bhe draft of watt>r. but 10 the case of fer a chili to be bern
with weak klilS -
afflided
.
Flame Oil Cook-Sto\'e. arutorud shim their lr nor belt is praetically \ ,
lowed the President'sSage M child will-
; ; :;" by ash at Id draCt. wl1ldl { neys. lithe
By \sing it you avoid the .. ates too citen if tie
"
ntammg Coinptep leaves th(>IU. as far as protection i.coneermd -
< d ..
: : continuous overpowering urine scalds the flesh or if. when the
;' 1';' he little t !1m armor
't"j when it should be aWe Y
reaches an age
Legislative Programmc-
'\ heat of a coal lire and cook l'lJ f'ruioer" Prior the e znerai LI.lrdor control the passage it Is yet afflicted with

"_:; Minority Prods House and Offers with comfort, even in dog- the navy bad recummended the removal bed-wettin. depend upon it. the cause of

; ,"i.' Alliance With the Fresi- days. The of ('t'rtalnt'ights on the battleships the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and tlte first ...

in order to raIse the armor belt.Reuterdahl step should be towards the trutmeat of i

: K'" dent-Evans Says Armor Belt who has now returned these important organs. This uapa.a..ut ;

'" J' NEB PERFECfION home after sailing with the fleet. says trouble 13 due to a diseased condition of the f
Is Too Low-Sup-eme; Court kidneys and bladder and net to a haMt as
that all this vital evidence was ex
? :. Knocks .Out State Rate Laws. most people suppoze. 4
eluded from the senate Inqulf1. 4
welt made min-
Women are
as as men
Taft and Bryan Gathering In Wick Blue Flame on CookStoveis President: Bars Anarchist Sheet. erable with kidney and bladder trouble. -t

written direction of President and both need the same great remedy.1
the
=: t Delegates British Liberals! so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly to the heat ofa Roosevelt By the iwstmaster general ez- The mild and the immediate effect of pSwampRoot

Defeated- Germany Rejects room; the flame being directed up a retaining chimney to eluded from the llilils the Italian anarchist is soon ru1izcd. It Is HId ,

: ; Hill-Aldrich Bill Passed. the stove top where it is needed for cooking. You can paper I.a Question OIialt' by cent druggists and one. In dollar fi"Y-

that a stove sending out heat in but ont di- published at Patf'rsun. X. Ja recent sizes. You may have a. i

would be preferable on a hot day to Issue of which Is said to have contained sample bottle by mail i

''' CONGRESSIONAL I radiating heat in all directions. The oWn and flagrant Incitation to vielence free. also pamphlet tell- Home ee .-..... "

ew Perfection" keeps a kitchen uniformly against the police nutborltit's. In lag all about it. including many of the
received
thousands of testimonial letters
letter to the department or
another e
y. To Modify Anti.trust Law. Three sizes, fully warranted. that the from sufferers cured. In witting Dr. Kilmer t'be

: e Uepresenrotfre Hepburn Republican with your dealer,write our nearest agency. justice the pre-.ident urged that such Co., Binghamton N. Y.. be sure sad f
editors bE> punished saying
1Don't
of Iowa has introduced the proposed isee is Infamous than mur- mention this paper. -
crimes are more
4 o amendment to the Sherman unti-tnIst pL amp : i ilamp der." Hp will ask congress to legislate make any mbtab. but rearrirr .t

Jaw which Is the outcome of cunferr.3 the n1me. S'anlp-root, Hr. KilweraSwe.pItoot I
on this subject. ; and the address, Bingharrp4 S. Yon .
for use-safe
.> ern-es U the White House between the family f.
bottle.
economical and a light every
great
president Bud representatives!>t of labor
If Dot with your dealer,write our near- I
ald capital brought together by tbet. agency. I COMMERCIAL I Advice to a Wif.

it b <" Civic fedt>nltlon. The main featrreee STANDARD Od COMPANY Advice is often too good to be takea.

of the bill hi the provision for, the fed-: Uacorooraled) but a very agreeable variety was eeH -1
t ,'.' eraS of Big Seem In Steel Trade. .
'o registration corporations which given by James Russell Lowell Ie a 1 !

.. > .' come forward with Republican radicals voting with their President Corey and Chairman Gary young woman about to b. ttearr4ed.
ployeos ihJutlction limitation removal of the United Mates Steel corporation .,
r/,- :: ,c, ; y full I Information political assocIates. "Always give your hushaod"'y..rowtl
5 r i about their forma- Minority Prods the House. of tariff on wood pulp and print paper make the statement In their annual report wQ

lion and business and federal charge for water power i that orders are now beiag; received -
following the annlun'ement that the
rl l.1ts. Williams he will not sup- basis than DJ;: teat
111 ( metbods. The says on a more per
corpo1 leaders in had A Thirst For Knowlede.
rations Republican congress port the penalizIng of the boycott the greater than at the beginning or the
register- ..
so
found basis of with the Callf'r-1 wi bnll would tell i
1 ed will bl" protected a for agreement right of the attorney general to appoint rear. During the latter half of 1j: ) what the real difference Is between a
President a legislative
i r't1 from programme receivers for n common carrier modification there was of course a marked failing t
prosecutions. and In advance of the president's message Stradivarius and any other 101m. la I
or the berman law M as to off In business. Gross receipts for the
r The offices of
a,: y i, ._ ,. regis leader Williams or the house formation E 1tor-w..n. sometira.s It Is
a try will be the in- minority notice that henceforth permit the l'I1stcnce: of trusts or trade year were $7j7.0U.76.. an increase of as much as j.OOO.-Cbicago TriMn"
Representative terstate commerce gave agreements between combinations of OO, 7.SU over 1006; the net earnings;
he his would obstruct
and followers
t Hepburn. commissioner tor capital or the appointment of a tariff were $160.00.t.G73 and the surplus net
all business unanimous consent 1-4 of Pound Week
by
a
I common carriers and the bureau'of ("O.mml slon. Income $69,169,83: an Increase of $G.-
with view to the hand of the
S corporations for all others-that is. aU a forcing Maryland Senator Seated.In 43..000. at least is what a young baby Ulfltt.. .....
Republicans lie "aid he had 'Walted in weight Does If Ot there'e
yours aetuur
the law abiding trusts to have the or the opposition or the Republican Tobacco Trust Surrenders. .
are like a Democratic lamb for the slaughter spite thing "roOI with its digestion.; Uin iI ,.,.
opportunity of proving themselves ." waiting for the majority to a& leaders In the senate to the The report from Cincinnati that the Gee's Baby Elixir and it will begia guars( ,
such. and the others be onre. Urea stomach and bowel treab.. aria
are to prose- renting of the newly elected senator American Tobacco company bad bought
.. something and had come to the con-
' ted. Also Is to be from John Walter digestion, stops fretfulness, Itt/8ll fiN teetbabies.
c immunity grantedf Maryland Smith the pooled crops ot the Kentucky white .
Price 2c. awl 5Oc. Soul ha.villa
".
: ; after one rear from the passage ot the elusion that they dIdn't Intend to do on the ground that the action of the burley planters for 1006 and 1001 was Pharmacy and Banner Drug S-, ".

f' act to nIl those duly registered-that Is, anytblng. It "bad become.. the party of Maryland legislature was illegal as Interpreted to mean the virtual surrender .

3i Immunity from prosecution for acts negation of p.\sslvlty. The test of the law requires that an election must or the trust to the American Fooling the Ycun ster. ;
committed before the ot the the majority's sincerity he added. take the second after
passage place Tuesday Society of Equuty the (1lllnters' organization. 1Jotbpr:' said Mr I'opl..y guattdr-
law The 18 would be Its assurance that It would the notification or This
to
object give a
. corpora- Tacancy. The prices paid are above those Iy to his wife. .wby out tak" ter t
-. thug which have been Irregular report for consideration four bills- the legislature could not do It was
,,;y may as formerly dictated by the trust the total y-o-u.o..s.t..r to the m-a.t.t.-e t.
azs l chance to reform using moral ana- namely for empj yers' liability for to adjourn So Smith was elected the amounting to $1-1.000.000. morrow?" I

Ion rather than force In the first in- publicity of campaign contribution, first Tuest1ay. Seventeen Republicans I "
"Pa chimed In the quietly
Sugar Trust Affairs Public.The youngster
"" stance. The commissioner of corpora. for free wood pulp and free print paper bolted and joined with the Democrats I .
"tbeno's 't' In 'matlflee'
u tlons will bate the right to decide and finally a MU to limit ex parte In f nor "f seating Smitb.IEXECUTIVE. \merican Sugar: Refining company only one

and Injunctions where made Its first public report, showing --------
: which are the good and which the bad temporary only .

trusts, and the president will have auk one side to a controversy bas been the assets and liabilities of the JUST !

e- : ';../. thorlty to prescribe the Information re. heard. The Democrats regard this I t'ariou'onstltuents and the cash aur-

'- qu1red. One other Important feature course as clever tactics as putting the plus for the year amounting to $2.4-I; ONE ,

Y a>, ot the bill Is exemption of labor unions burden of action up to the majority. Latest Message a Platform. :11.:; WORD

: + '; ,; granges: etc.. from the operation of Just prior to this Important announcement President RS@\'elt"s anticipated mes- Price cf Meats Soaring. that word Is

the anll-trust law and expressly con.t another Democratic mem- Cpoa the return of J. Ogden Armour
l. sage to congress March 2;. waking L.t t
;
i r71 terrlng the right to organize and toetrtke. her Sulzer of New York bad started specific recommendation of the legislation to Chicago from New York he said be- : t I

But the right to carry on a a filibuster by refusing unanImous imperatively needed by the nation was convinced that the bottom of the It refers to Tutt's Liver Pills and

d 4. boycott Is not recognized. consent for any purpose his motive was noticeably devoid of heated toboggan had been reached and that r'EANS HEALTH.

' A .; L. Follette Boils Down List. being revenge for being taken ot the denunciation and generalization and the next: change must be for the better

floor for calling: Mann of Illinois some _._._ _____ __. all along the lIne. Coincident with this: Are you constipateJ1
;; Senator La Fol1ette finished his three was generally understood to represent Troubled with In411..tJod
.) day speech against the Aldrich bID after hard names. The dispute was a personal a basis of party agreement on which Interview the price or all kinds of Sick hea.. hc11rtlio

!,-. having been Interrupted two different one as to who was the author of the comIng Republican platform might: meats went up. Dressed beef rose $1a \ ?
the law creating the bureau or corpo- Bilious?
;. __, .. : T' days by the deaths of Senators rations. each claiming that distinction.On be erected by the friends of the administration. hundred. 1.1OIDaia?

{ Whyte and Bryan. Again.-as before. Head of Knickerbocker Trust. ANY of these symptom..4 many others
motion of Mann the house
expunged -
the galleries. were packed with spectators from the record the remarks Snlzer Of chief Interest 8t the moment Is Charles II. Keep. formerly assistant 1.41Iate Inaction of the LIVER.:

and the attendance on the DemoCratlc had made on Saturdar. the part dealing with the amendment secretary of the treasury, has been selected You Nood.Tutt'sPiIIs.

L' ;' side was good but many of the of the Sherman anti-trust law and approving as the new president or the reorganized -

:{ .. nepubUcan udlously remained away To Probe Financial System. the bill for this purpose introduced Knickerbocker Trust company '

.' from the chamber UeferriDg to his Wben Senator Aldrich had announced In the house by Hepburn Mon- ofew York the failure or which

r previous statement that the Industries his intention or asking unanimous consent day. CombInations he takes to be a last fall was followed by the suicide of !

of the country were controlled by less to dispose of the bill La f'ollt.'ttt" necessity of the modern Industrial its then head. Charles T. R:1mf': The I

than 100 men. be denIed the published objected and Bet't"rldt" asked!' Aldrich world both among business men and doors of the company ",'ereo;>cae JI

charge that It was sensational and said If be would consent to the appoint- among laboring men IncludIng farm- I Thursday.Lawson. No Substitute.

.. he had been too consert'atlre. In fact ment ot a special commission to investigate ers. As the best method of separating
.
Latest Campaign.
he asserted a much smaller number alt phases of the financial panko the good combInations from the badOllt'i s HANDY

actually were the rulers comprising Aldrich replied tbtV the present bm :! the president suggests the plan The wt! known advertising genius MOTH PAPER
-J Lawson of Boston bu
.
tJt Thomas W.
the Stand rd Oil-Morgan group. Be made no pretense to general banking of registration contained III the IIepbgrn t

said this was composed of fourteen reform and that before adjournment of : bill. For the specific protection! been 'ml'loyro by large Wall street Interests A moth dt'.troyer aDd disinfe.-tant: Piatwi
to entice the frightened public under carpets or in the f..t.t of fur and .riath
the session would be made of labor
provision unions and farmer
as t men and gave: their names. These organizations
ing it drives
hack into the market. lie began hisname away moths and worry Twelve 4
'speclal interests" he said were en- for such a commlslon. he would have the right to series of Iieet5 in a packet carriage prepaid IQ "'..... ..
with bIg no-
cruaching; on public rights In every Ship Subsidy! Passed Senate. strike recognized 8'J legal and likewise a space packets 541 tents.lru21Zbt t dtM.111 hue it.
all the leading" here and
i tiers in ;: papers
'; section of the country and that the"system" Tile G1l11nler:; mall subsidy bill providing the right of employers to com- abroad under" the Madigan Powder ,,"orlul,!eleetlua $46Clarkesrlile .
for 13 hhe find contract with another Iowa
knows no party, 1t that American vessels to the one heading "Fair FlY ,
ne md with their l'mploypes.150 should --- -- -- -- .
supplanting Temment. urged -
> orient and \ostralasla receive the nance" asserting
";1 that the Aldrich bill would only liubsldle vessels bl- explicitly recognized the right of .
lame as carrying
that the time had
,)., --P.. strengthen thIs money power. mails across the Atlantic was passed the employees to "s'k peaceably to come ror a change yi
persuade others to their views J
;; ., : Senate Passes Aldrich Dill. by the st'nnte. It pays to vessels 1 of accept ; In the methods oft
and to strike for the of
r The Aldrich financial hilt to provideS 16 knot :lipPed f-1 a mile for carrying purpose peacesbly stock dealing, such
obtaining from satisfactory
employers -
for an emergency issue of taxed: cur- the malls the amount given to 20 knot that the small In.restor ,
terms for their laoor. Rat the
i' rency notes In time or money stringen hll's under the act of 1S'J1. y" be not mulctS .
; president Jg particular to add that {
#:, \ Q was passed by the senate March 27a Fortifications Dill Thrugh. S- as heretofore.'T'homas .
"nothing should be done to legalize
L- t. bl 42 yells to 16 nays In substance It W Law- For several daIs he
i f The annual bm providing for coast either a blacklist or a boycott that
authorizes national banks to Issue such
,. sontalked about his
i defenses and fortlfi.atlon3. carrying "
5' an would be illegal :1t common laW'
notes on depositing collateral of United maw campaIgn to sell properties running ,
:
i
appropriation of S.210.Gl1. was passed While saying that It Is the provlneeof
R ..? States or state bonds or the bonds of into the hundreds of millions, but .
f by the bouse. the house to originate a tariff bll1.
;.::. 9 certain described counties and munlet. mentioned no names, thus trying to
S: :, be ton Minority Offer to President. the presIdent express his opinion
't : ipalitles these notes to subject pique curl05lty. Finally March 21 Inn
: Leader Williams of the house minor- that provision for ft revision of the
'! a progressive which will compel double spaced story be placed upon
' 1 :.:- the banks to withdraw the notes from Ity has notified President Roosevelt tariff should be made by creating a the market 00.000 shares of the Yukon

.:. circulation when the emergency: has that It tv.-l'Jt-nine Republican mem- commission to gather data. lIe does rioid! company at V to $1.:O. this: being .

'" a ,. ; passed. Before the final vote Senator hers could be relIed upon to support make one speelfle rp'fwwen..JatfoD- one or the properties of the Smelter -
S .: the measures advocated by the president that wood pulp be put on the free lIst -
t ;, \ Teller, acting for Senator Bailey who tru.t dominated by the GuggenbehDA. S
.rr absent proposed the Democratic the minority would assure theirpnssagt' at once and print paper be accordingly lIe that this stock has
j ;; ; ,' was says not before
., : ,: .abstltnte for the bill and when this at least mOlt of them. This rednl"ed. Other legislation urged Includes been offered to the public and that the FRIEND TO FRIEND. .

s ;1': was voted down offered as an amend- otter In writing was given to the preS8. a model child labor bill for the I. price is tar below Its worth, but that 1

meat the salient feature of the Bailey It enumerates the reforms which will District of Columbia against hasty this will be made by the pin In the : The personal recommendations or pea

: bill, which prodded that the govern- command the support or the solid minority court injunctions, airing the interstate value of the other properties clue to the pIe who have been cured of coughs and 4

' "c inept and not the banks should Issue as follows: Campaign contribu- commerce commission more potter to entrance or the general public In this colds by Chamberlala'5 Cough

s'" 1 --; ., the emergency currencr. Both bill and tion publicity prohIbition of child labor deal with railroad stock Issues, fur oa '. bare done more than all else Remedy
> to make it
: 4 amendment' were defeated bl strict at Washington, emplofers' Ilabili-I pur.tal saYings banks and for the ncthf' staple article of trade and a

s;,_ ., party' ; votes, La- FoUette and all the tl, federal liability to got'ernm start of work on the waterways. Continued on page 7 large part or\he civilized commerce world.t oketa




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