The Florida star ( April 10, 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 10, 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:
UF00075901:00279

Related Items

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

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TITUyVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1908


NO. 51


,oT fos Oqrnl$. Aloiq Bqt fom t1le qoo4 of Ot1lems Also.


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Is-Grape Pleht 5 om t.
U-aL mw, at the Em


I M- Dren ha been very
if *1 H kiw.k and we hope he may
e Stones attended the
ob r ,ofa mision at

ii bt, -isa es aig goods off
.ad got baul rgah
L W Deoveo.
j^&/ .' BeYC LtM. DOBpOu.
Jf IaOea Carruthers, G. A.
C W lWl Bemie Heath were bep-
p t Suday night and received

r L. A. ba s h just com-
Sa mat wha out in front of
i a lot Soath Titasville which
*: is ab ts t in length.
Dr. J.I M er, of this place, ha
SIthe Indian River Yacht club.
.r ow a ver py ty launch

M a y 's bhio .? Wai go
ihmve stin" as at just ar-
e all -a attention tho e ad-
a aa ih another column o the
1Tnitr1 tLumber Co., in which they
a- quot very low priceson all


aW your lumber.
SMe B at LRMl. bbian went up
l where he is a student
t i ti- m iv ersity, to St. Angu-
thdoear pat of last we to
tra it te Po deILeon celebra-
He c n own Friday after-
r forafew dayurs' visit with the
I lks before returning to his

Rd te Chame fHa Ms&
Mr. F. S. Battle has purchased two
lotb Washington avenue south-
w" at the high school building from
Mr. C.A. Gardner and expectsto
mees a cottage on same shortly.
Th Lm two lotsare nicely located (one
f- he bel a corner lot) and con-

Baee leaving for his home in New
Hail-aire Wednesday Dr. F.M.
bought the south half of
rnver front lot, between
Ar's puoerties, upaowhich he
l troqably erect a concrete cot-
ta the fak Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
imm and dir dmuitt., r M


health has been very
oed by their stay here

Ae9 MoadRy Offerings of Men's

Men's Ki Ki trousers, made by
Sweet-Orr, the name alone is aguar-
am-e of Al quality, worth $2.00,
special S1.49.
Men's blue serge trousers, worth
$4.00, Monday special, 3rM per pair.
Men's undershorts, made of an ex-
celent quality of lisle thread, long
or abort sleeves, worth 75 cents,
Monday's special. 5 cents.
Men's nainsook shirts and short
drawers, the famous B. V. D., $1.00
per suit.
We will also put on sale about 500
paim of men's trousers, of medium
anddark patterns, famous Crown
make, piice $2.50 to $6.W
JULIUs KUINE,
Titusville Fla.
Cocoa Town Lots For Sale
Cocos Heights residence lots for sale
en naw street opened up from river to
railroad. Hih, dry, healthy location,
4 --ea walk from station, fine view
ef rivr, good water. Lots 50x119 feet.
A to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F.
Sa D den. Coco, r Fla.
Dwelling for Rent
-. ge s witLh -.r including dining
ME agt and kitehm. ee nough for
teama famliss. Wo rent partial-
P AReshd. am aesand clean and
a I...an a ISIgbboood. Address
-r, J. D. Cmaa,
T- Ifteshvige, Fla.


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SEDATE MODELS 1 ThST NEWS
FOR ELDERLY MEN.LA T IS
O fiwnew of.hw AD INCIDI C ItS
mt a only de te am Iet thing lo.
't!ryobut t good eare i tww. Purn Af te
ofthe m w. I n l n t tel.
No rm wia _.- houhIdt lookTael E IM N mM


up-tst juwt eb -s lover for-
ty." D aity d s maturity set off
gade clothes atheB mor, nd if you
are prop-er m-why not look it?
Our stock of boes for men, boys,
women and children is complete in
everyrespect. Allstandard makes,
double guaranteed.
If you want the best at the most
reaable prices give s a call.
WINSTON S BANNING
Up- to- Date lothing House

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Tituaviie, Floida.

Tituaville Hotel Company
A stock company, to be known as
the Titusville Hotel Co., has been
started up in town the past few days.
It is proposed to apply for charter
and incorporate with a capital stock
of $25,000, to consist of 250 shares of
par value of$100 per share, fifty per
cet of the stock to be paid in within
Sdys from date of subscription,
and te balance in five inwphmnets
of 10 per cent each at intervals of
30 days.
This company has been organized
for theurpoeof taking over the
Indian Rivhotel property, an op-
tion on which has been secured for
30 days through the efforts of Dr. J.
S. Daniel at an agreed price of $6,000
as the property now stands
It is proposed to raise $10,000 or
$15,000 of stock among the merch-
ants and business men of Titusville
and ommiene the im men of
the proPerty about y = 1t for a
grdaM..i-g nmt dall a a first
m modern hotel with all up-to-
date convenie such as elevator,
electric lights, baths, telephone eon-
nection with all rooms, etc.
A large share of the stock has al-
rady been subscribe and the deal
will be eomuiwuated bat every one
owning property in town will be so-
iited to take some stock in the com-
pany which will be gnortiteed to
paI 10 per cent or more.
ow is the time for the people of
our town to come forward and help
an enterprise that will do more for
the town than anything that can pos-
sibly be done at this time. If we
can rase half the stock in town we
are assured that outside help will
take tee balance.
Sheriff Brown Captures Thief
After tracing him all over South
Florida, Sheriff Brown succeeded in
arresting Cha. King at Fort Pierce
a few days ago charged with stealing
money from the old blind grapho-
phone man who was on the east coast
a few weeks ago. King, it is said,
admits taking sumof less than
$20.00. which institutes a crime of
petit larceny, while the old man says
it was about $60.00, which would
bring it to grand larceny.
The Van Amburg Shows
The Van Amburg shows exhibited
here Wednesday to large attendances
both afternoon and evening. It was
the largest and best show that has
ever exhibited in Titusville and the
equipment is superb. Fine bareback
riding, the wonderful performances
of the Japanese tots, the herd of
trained elephants were the best of
many remarkable feats. The show
gave big value for the admission and
fulfilled every advanced promise.
People came all the way from 20 to
30 miles distance to take in the show.


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 ad they I
will be pleased to explain full particu-
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Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug
Store fr cold drinks and ice cream.
Mr. Rufus Robbins was at home
the latter part of last week for afew
days' vacation from Stetson univers-
ity.
Mr. H. Faust and family and Mr.
and Mrs. W. Jensen have rooms in
one of the Taylor cottages advertised
in THE STAR last week. The other
cottage is advertised for rent in our
issue this week.
Mr. and Mrs Swain, of Jackson-
vllie, who have been here on an ex-
tended visit with their daughter,
Mrs. J. R. Walker, left Sunday morn-
ing for Birmingvmn, Ala., where
they will visit two of their sons.
Mr. Chas. Enright leaves tomor-
row for Stillmore, Georgia, about 70
miles west of Savannah, where he
has accepted a position in an ice fac-
tory which is owned by his uncle. It
is possible that his mother and her
family will follow later.
Set of six Edison batteries for sale
at a very low price. Inquire of F. N.
Hitchcock, Tituaville.
Mr. James L. Connor, of Wilming-
ton, was among the new arrivals in
town last week and is very much
pleased with the place, so much so
that he will invest here in property
and is one of the incorporators of
the new hotel company.
WANTED-Pool table, must be in
first class condition and cheap. Give
terms, eantiro nand particulars. L.,
care of STrA office.
Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at In-
dianola on Sunday, April 12th, at
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
There will be service in the Episco-
pal church at Merritt, on the island,
Sunday afternoon, April 12, at 3:30.
Dean Robottom will conduct the ser-
vice and preach.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun-
day morning, April 12, at 11:00 and
in St. Marks church, Cocoa, on Sun-
day evening at 7:30.
Rev. lobe will officiate in the Pres-
byterian church Sunday evening at
7:30 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 in
the afternoon, and prayermeeting at
3 Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. F. Pasco, formerly presiding
elder of the East Coast district, now
editor of the Florida Christian Ad-
vocate, published in Tampa, and also
state president of the Epworth lea-
gue, will preach at Titusville Sunday
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. in the
M. E. church. You are cordially in-
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Special Sale at [line's'LOCAL GOSSIP
I "-AID PERSONALS
MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1908.
R. & G. corsets, in the latest style, SB ItM M" tk H of TRW-
made of good quality of coutil,,
worth $1.50, Monday's special W 9 aT f-C n amGd
cents.
R. & G. tapegirdle, with garters at- The prettiest line of Panama hs
tached, special nts each. sbown on the eat coast 5.00 eae at
Bleached readymade sheets, 72x90, B""i .'
worth 75 cents, special 5eentseach. We are glad to state that Mrs
White bedspreads, extra largesize, W. T. Mather, who has been very ill
Marsellaise pattern, worth $2.00, for several days, is convalescing.
special i 4ty9 Mr. Adhemar Bradyms been quite
Good quality of unbleached domes- sick the past week with an attack of
tic, yard wide specia13 yards fo the grippe, but is now convalescent,
Bleached cambric, 36 inches wide, we are glad to say.
extra quality, worth 120-cents, Mon- Miss Edith Paterson arrived Sat-
day's special 10 cents per yard urday from Philadelphia and has
We will also place on sale about rooms with Mrs. Corwin. THE STA
2,000 yards of figured lawns, worth received a pleasant call from Miss
15 cents, special 1 cents per yard, Paterson Monday.
Monday only. The four weeks' revival services at
White Persian lawn, 40 inches wide the Methodist church came to close
worth 35 cents, Monday's special 19 Sunday night, which resulted in a
cents. rousing revival of religious feeling
Children's lawn bonnets, hand- inthis town. Rev. W. W. M o
somely trimmed with Valenciennes is now conducting a similar revival
lace and embroidery, worth 50 cents, at Cow&
Monday's special 39 cents.
Percale, 36 inches wide, worth 15 Dr. Walter M. Fleming, of New
cents, special 12% cents. York city, an eminent physician, and
Rogers1847 knives and forks, guar- Mr. Rob t. Fulford, also of N. Y., who
anteed for 20 years, usual price$6.00, have been on an extended cruae
Monday's special $L. per domen (6 down the coast with Capt Jack Laf-
knives and 6 forks.) lin, are spending a few days at Palm-
Boy's knee pants, made of an ex- hurst before returning north.
cellent quality of worsted, worth 75 Mr. H. E. Spillman and his sister,
cents, special 49 cents each, sizes 5 to of Newport, Ky., left the latter part
16.idotw h 20 of last week for their home after
White dotted swis, worth 20 cents, spending several weeks here very
special 15 cents per yard. pleasantly, Miss Spillman having
White madras, endless assortment been the guest of her friend, Mrs.
of patterns. specially good for shirt- C. B. Kingnwu, while Mr. Spiliman
waists and shirtwaist suits, Monday stopped at Palmhurst hotel.
25 cents per yard.
Mail orders promptly filled on any oda fountn f ad cm an ouit, al-
of the aove gooA yr or ; -Acme peanut
of the above go ster and warmer. Apply to Box 10S,
JULiUS KLNE, Titusville. Tituville


Attention Citivref-'
I mean every one of you. Listen!
The one crying, bawling, squalling
need of our town is a hotel. I want
it. The town wants it. We have
over 40 subscribers for the stock-
we want just 100. We want more,
it is this: Every subscriber, male
and female, every man and woman
that has no idea of subscribing, to
meet tonight at Wager's editorial
room and talk and listen, tonight at
7:30. A CrITIEN.
Citizens Meeting Monday
A citizens mass meeting was held
at the court house Monday night to
discuss important town matters, up-
on call of Mayor B. R. Wilson, who
was elected to the chair, and Town
Clerk J. P. Wilson as secretary.
The questions of finance and expen-
ditures were touched upon after
which the subject of organizing a
stock company for takingover the In-
dian River hotel property and im-
proving same was taken up.
Messrs. Geo. M. Robbins, E. L.


At the meeting of the Indian River
Yacht club Thursday of last week,
Mr. A. D. Merrill, commodore of
the Jacksonville Motor Boat club,
was elected an honorary member of
thisclub by unanimous consent. The
Indian River Yacht club expects to
hold a series of motor boat races at
this place on the Fourth of July.
Commodore J. Lorillard, Jr., of
the Indian River Yacht club, of this
place, expects to have an auxiliary
cruiser built this summer about
forty feet long and twelve feet beam
especially adapted for shoal water
and provided with home comforts.
The motive power will be a three-
cylinder Palmer-Moore open base two
cycle motor.
Easter suit wanted? Order now and
be ready. Measures taken.
E dye, rabbits, chicks, eggs, baskets
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Five-drawer, drop-headsewig machine
warranted 12 years, 850
Screen cloth by yard, or roll $2.00
CHA& A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34
Ladies Guild Entertained


vrUo u ue present an near oune tBrady ana ur. J. S. Daniei aadressea Mr eo. M. Robbins entertained
the most learned men of the state, the meeting at some length. The Mrs. Geo. M. Robins entertained
city dock question was also discsed the Lades' guild at her suburban
Special Summer Hotel Rates but the meeting adjourned without home Friday afternoon. Two t: s'
n a i. at of their double seated surrey conv y-
For the summer season Palmhurst taking any ecisive action upon mat- the ladies and also the Rev. John
hotel will make special rates for table ters brought up before it. Walker out, but it being the cool
board to town people and to families. -. of the afternoon when they returned
Regular families stopping at this ho- For Sale Cheap the younger and more energetic ones
tel can have their own private table. Sail boat outfit, mast (spruce) 28'R of the party preferred to take the
Rates as follows: f-et, boom 23 feet, gaff 13 feet, bow- pleasant walk of a mile while the less
Table board per week (21 meals) $5. sprit 9 feet, hoops, jaws and irons corn- active ones returned in the surrey.
.. .(14 meals) $4. plete large mainsail and jib nearly new, The hostess assisted by the young
.. ** and room, $7. galvanied wre rope stays, alleys and gentlemen present, Messrs. John W.
MASSEY & CO., proprietors. blocks, all in first class condition. Ap- Walker, HaroldPerry and Rufus
MASEY & Co. proprietors. ply at once to J. CAPEHART. Walker Harold jerry and ufu
SCcoa, Fla. iRobbins, served delicious refresh-
Bargains in Trees ments and all enjoyed a delightful
For Sale Cheap afternoon.
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds, Forty dollars will buy a large second
Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 ;hand Rlider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will For Rent
cents each. $25.00 per 100. burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be Taylor cottage or suits of rooms furn-
J. B. BEACH. picked up in orange groves. Just the ished for summer.
West Palm Beach, Fla. thing for irrigation. Apply or address MKs. F. M. TAYLOI.
STAR office.
Every Once While Wood For Sale
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its necessary to give a little benefit in MANDY'S.int oak any length. Al plw-
Orange and Grapefruit Trees the way ofa reduction in prices. When in and harrowing. See or address J.
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high I do make a reduction it's worthtaking The Alpine Hotel W Jamison, Titusvile, Fla.
hickory hammock. Free from white advantage of. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- For Long Lease
fly. One year to two year old buds. Until April 15th I will astonish youn the European plan furn- Aroom home onndin riv v-
Prices from 25 to 35 cents Carefulwith my liberal prices on all dental ager. On the European plan furn-. A roomy home on Indian riversev-
rices from 25 to 3 cents. Careful- work except re-enameling. I am now ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- enty-tive acres attached. Bearing trees
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill doing that for one third less than you trallv located. -orange, grapefruit, tangerine and
station. J. W. GRIFIS can get the work for in Chicago orNew mandarin, a few young peach trees.
Shiloh, Fla. York. Extracting 50 cents instead of For Sale Cheap For Cash Choice location for dairy and chicken
$1.00. About 88 acres of good high land on farm, also boarding house in winter.
A cool drink at acool place at Gold crowns! I ought tomake apeck the eastor ocean sideof the Indian river Full information apply this office.
MANDY'S. of them at the new prices. Same way at the Narrows, described as follows:
with artificial teeth, big break from Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. 3, sec- otograph Gallery
Draying former prices. tion 36, in township 31 south, range "9 Go to Faust, the photographer, on
Drayingorhaulingof allkinds prompt- Next two weeks is the time to make east. This land is unimproved but fine- Julia street, for artic photos All
ly attended to. Meet all trains. your contracts. You can make appoint- ly located. For further particulars ad- work first class and promptly attended
H. E. HOLTox. ments by mail. Da. MILLER, dress E. M. Low, to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
Titusville, Fla. Titusville. Brockton, Mass. oil paintings a specialty.


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The S wt pipe orgaa to e installed
in lAola Iad. s nw In use in the Meth-
sdti church In that town.
r Broward has announced
that be wn be a candidate for United
States senstnr in the coming primary.
TWe Jacksov lbe man, Van e aes
mad Tar. were mned $50 each i man-
pal court for tarnin in a tale r
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Street pla g to the amount of
about N$400 as bee sauthrised by
the ity coan of Pmuseola. Brick
wl be used etlrly.
Work has been comnasWreAd o the
erWetio of the new Mat Street Bap
tit church it Jaekonvi- e Te
botldin will ast M$2.a
Shipments of fish from the port of
Pata Gorda for the week ending last
Tueday amounted t three carloads
tI balk and 145 barrel aggegatg
lei," pounds.
Galesvllbe's new city directory te-
led by Jesse 3. Burts, shows that
Galesvillek has a polatonatr 1,335
Against a populatiokr 5,45 In 190
- increase i three years of 2,8L


At at early hor Tueaday morning
de oaptode at Quincy was entered
Sb wrglrs, the safe broken into ad
$U worth of stamps and $SW a moa-
ey stolen. There is no clue to the

akeland was visited by a serious
neferlatlon Thursday night, fre de-
stroying more than half of one of the
city's ,busin blocks. Among the sa-
wera was the Lakeland News which
managed to get out a fire extra.
SThe Colonades Hotel property at
ealbraese has been sold by Jacob Gim
lkh to D. J. Johnsom and William
Gray of Uniaotown, Pa. The consid-
eratoa is said to be in the neighbor-
hood of $.300.
FPre in the hay and grain room of J
H. McLaurim and Company's big ware
houe in Jacksonville, did between
$4,000 and $5,000 damage early Sat-
urday morning. The blaze sl supposed
to have been the work of an incendi-
ary.
Stephen Melton, representative
from Duval county in the Florida Leg-
islature for several sessions. died at
I o'clock Tuesday morning at nis
Lome in Jacksonville after a long ill-
aeas. The funeral was hel Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
P. A. Lewter shipped a number of
banana plants to California today.
They were of the Harts' choice variety
and were very fine. The Orlando ba-
nana plants are becoming famous and
our growers will soon establish quite
a trade in this fruit--Orlando Report-
er-Star.
The largest cargo of mahogany ever
brought to a Florida port, was unload-
ed at Pensacola a few days ago from
the British steamer Venus, entered
from Belize. The vessel brought
three thousand Immense logs, consign
ad to the C. C. Hengel Company of
Iouisville, Ky.
W. H. Wood & Son who are in the
celery business on a small scale this
season shipped their first car of cel-
ery last Saturday. It contained 325'
rates and was grown on a little lezs
than one third of an acre. It was
bought by Mr. Abner Wilson of the
frm of Wilson Bros., the Michigan cel-
ery men, for St. Louis parties. Mr.
Wison says it was the finest car of
celery he has seen in Florida.--D-
Land Record.
The dredgeboat Florida which was
in this port last fall is now at work on
the Indian river. She has been deep-
ening the canal which connects Mos-
quito Lagoon and Indian river and
when the work is finished there will
be five feet of water in that place. The
Florida has also done some work in
the channels near New Smyrna which
will be a great help to the boatmen
who use that route. During the next
month the Florida will be at work
near iGiberts bar following which she
may be sent tI, other places in the in-'
land waterway which need' attention.
The Florida is equipped for taking out
snags and obstructions in the chan-
nels but her main value lies in her
powerful suction pumps which are
used in dredging out sandy spots.-
Miami News-Record.


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Hle was united in imariagt \:g. 7.
1.s94 to Miss Annie ii. Sanborn. of ('in-
cinnati. He h,.ld the oflite of ('oun-
try Supl-rintienuiett of Volusia ('olunty.
;anl at tinim of his death was one of
the Ieprtese;ttatives in the Legislature.
lie was also I.ieutenant-t'omlnel of thth
the Second Regiment. Florida State
Troops at the time of *Iecease.


If dy -~'es ebadhY oe.

There is O*M wy toa e ILt
Tbe peret wy i s ce she tkidUeya
A ad k meam sick kiays
Nxegret it, uinary tmeam foUaw.
Dou's Kidy Pil a maad3 fr kidney.
aly.
8a3. Lmeon, epiaker, livia st mlM
Ashly meeTkmpa, Fla., eays: "I' ed
Dn's Kidney PUs and td en me of
baee and disuder of thekidneys. Two
or thm times e ae eeO the ama my
beck I sunable to go to work revemal
days. The aeereties of the kidneys wre in
s e bad 0oadietm. dark in eOlr and if al-
wto smd wueeM become of the cmmist-
eme otajelly. I tried Vari.es.smedies taki
wht emed like isl ie medicine* ed
aI put o p-te but otis helped meat
ail ail I ot Dm' Kidney Pilk p the
adviee et o trl f maie and sig them oe-
di to dietiems they cared me i a very
whartttdm"
Fer ale by al deals. Prmice S eta.
Fete-Mbhamr CO., Beila, New York, aIe
agsen for the United Stats Reaember the
me-Deam'N-sad take no their.

The Glchrist Institute, erected Ia
Tampa largely through the generosity
of Hon. Albert W. Glchrtat, was dedi-
cated in Tampa last Friday.
The premiums won at the State
Fir at Tampa cannot be paid until
the Fair association gets the $15,000
appropriation voted by the legislature.
News has been received at Tallahas-
see of the death of Hardy Church
Croom, the younger of the two os of
Hon A. C. Croom, State Comptroller.
The young man pased away at Den
ver, Colorado, Saturday morning aged
26 years.
The truckers in the vicinity of Mar-
tin, Marion county, are preparing to
plant about three hundred acres in
cantaloupes, three hundred acres in
beans and between three and four hun
dred acres in watermelons.
A law and order league to be known
as the Dade County Civic Association
has been organized in Miami. It is the
purpose of this orgsnitatinn to assist
the authorities in enforcing law and
order and doing away with the crimes
and vices that exist throughout the
county.
A nice piece of taxidermy has just
been done by Paul Clark for Geo. Otis
Draper, of Hopedale, Mass. It is a
panel on the upper half of which is
the head of a 130-lb jewfish with a 50-
poand grouper head on each side. The
lower half of the panel is taken up
with a full length 62-pound amber jack.
These fish were all caught in one morn-
ing's fishing by Mr. Draper with rod
and reel. The panel is a fine souve-
nir.-Tropical Sun West Palm Beach.
Postoffce Inspectors E. D. Beatty,
Fred Rodgers and A. B. Dritton visited
Key West last Wednesday and arrest-
ed James D. Roberts, mailing clerk,
and Charles Lambias, stamping clerk
Roberts being charged with detaining
letter mail, and Lambias with robbing
the mails. A decoy letter was sent
through the office, which caused the
arrest. Roberts was held. under a
$200 bond, and Lambias under a $50o
bond, to await trial at the May term
of the United States court.
Councilman Henry T. Grant who ha'
been spending several days at Lang
lord's camp, seven miles west of h,.rt
in the Everglades, returned Wednes-
day night. He went to witness the
c-ane grinding and to take a look at
the agricultural possibilities of that
I'gion. MSr. Grant sa3 s that some ol
'he, best lands in the county are to
be hbad out there, wheie danger friliu
*nK!l 'nl ,routh aze Irobably lf.-
than at points south of here, where.
warning is now b.!in.g carried on.-
Troplical Sun. We -t Paint Beach.
Colonel John b. Parkinson tc; .ears
one of the most promint.nt resi.ientut
of Daytona. die-l at his home in that
city last Thursday afternoon. He was
a native of ctharlestown. Ohio. .Ilinn,
10. 1.S'3, and cafine to Floii.la in :l :'.i


Robbins &t Graham Co.
(Inoorporated
POid Un l pivc f. U1c 4


EUREKA:' This company owns lands in th<
Yes, I Have Found it at Last Indian river country, on the St
Foiiund what" 'Why that lia:lst .rlaiza Lucie river, at New river and or
salve cure ectzenam aud .all mauner,'f itchiug Biscayne bay
of the skin. I have lo. n atflite.-! f.or mlauny
years with skin dliea..-. I hia t, it.t up three- PRIC TO SUIT THE TIVgS
or four times every night and wash with cld, l I PRICES O SUIT
water to allay the terrible itchiug. but -inc e
usint this salve in n vtmher. I1 $t. the. it ing ba e stopped and has. not trouhlel men.- 'OFr E-r . .
Elder John T. ilngley. R.ltvill-. Pa. F,r dtle fI T
by Titusvill. Pharu-a-y ;ri.l all h.-alers. TITL.SVI.LLE -I, MI M I


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Miam Newmeerd.)
a. C. a1ber, 1 a rum et of Lem
City. was killed B day afteroou in
--RNm-- to imp b his wagon
whre ~- hm. wa running away.
r. Roberts was caught between the
wheels of the wagon and throw heav-
ily to the groud, receiving brushes
in the face aad a fracture of the skull
which caused his death shortly after
the accident
Mr. Roberts and George Gwunn
were returning home from Little Riv-
er and the horse became frightened
and started running. Their efforts to
stop the animal proved useless and
Mr. Gwynn shouted to Mr. Roberts to
jump out, at the same time making a
leap which carried him out of the wag-
on safely. Mr. Roberts attempted to
jump but not being very agile and the
wagon bouncing up and down. he lost
his balance and fel between the
wheels
His death was a shock to the people
of Lemon City, as he was well known
to everybody there. He leaves num-
erous relatives a great many of whom
reside in Key West.

"Geerally debilitated for yenM. Had ick
headache lacked abito, was worn-ot and
all r-dows. Burdoc BloodBitten mde
me a well wos."-M. Chas. Freitoy,
Moomp, Com.

Estimate of Crop.
(St. Peteraburg Independent.)
The following is the estimate of the
crop to be shipped from here within
the next few weeks, and Albert Wil
ton, the manager of the St. Petersburg
Vegetable Growers' Association, has
written the commission men to get of-
fers t. o. b. for the produce: 3,500
barrels Irish potatoes, 100 acres water-
melons, 1,000 crates beans, 4,000
crates beans, 4,000 crates tomatoes,
1.000 crates squash, 500 crates celery,
500 crates beans, 4,500 crates cukes,
1,000 crates cantaloupes. A large
amount of the finest cabbage; some
egg plant etc., etc.

An explosion of gasoline Thursday
night at Egmont Key at the entrance
to Tampa bay upon which Fort De
Soto is located resulted in the destruc-
tion of three buildings at Pilot station,
probably fatally burning Mark Ryan,
a soldier, and seriously burning Capt
Ira Washington, a pilot. The fire
was checked before the fortifications
and officers' quarters were endanger-
ed.

sIee Reward *100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreadful
disease that science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure is the only positive cure known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease requires a constitu-
tionai treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
thereby destroying the foundation of the dis-
ease. and giving the patient strength in
building up the uonstitutior. and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Se,-nd for list of tes-
timonials.
Address. F. J. CHENEY & At).. Toledo, O.
Sold hby Dnrugists. 75u.
Hall's Family Pills are the beet

Sheriff's Sale
I'nder :tud by virtue of an execution issued
out of the circuit court in and for Brevard
county. Florida. upon an attachment and
judgment in the court of the county judge of
Brevard couatyi. Florida. wherein P. A. Mc-
Miil:sn is plaintiff" antd Harld I. Smith is de-
fendant. I will sell to the hlahest and btst
hidder f.,r ca.-ia !.effrr the court o,,use door in
Titua\ille ci. Monday. the fin.t clay of .Tune.
i**. t-etw-eel; the Ilgal house of. sale. the land
', Harold I. .'mith. levied upon and attached,
in ..tiid ,>uit. t,-wit: All that tract of land ly-
in, in Hrecvar- county. Florida. to-wit.
A1 t!:re ,iI -th:rd uir!ivi;dd int-restt of ,aid
Haroldt Smith in and to that tru-t of land
:e*cribed in deed book "W." page310. records
of Brevard county. Flori0da. which is d'-
seribed ;I'. follows:
Ke-inninii at the- .,uthwest garner of the
Iilian riv,'r in line with a cros in a rcnk.
thelli-'- runninge eat northc-rly in line witli
lt'lid IsoW owintd ley ('isarloette Fientain to the
itauiana river. thenlce- irtherly with .aidl river
ah,.milt twelve iiul.!r,-d :ind ftorty-Gfiv 124..
f-e*, t'. a mark or '-r.r. in a r,,-ck an'l to laictl
of.'da rolr,,z .Teii-. thence i,.wst -l1n hei-ly ili line
with a 'i-. in the ro. k to lidian river thence'
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Coe-aee"e m-ade at Miam- with lstea hipe of the and S. (.t ual auy. for
Coamueets made at Knllhts Kev Dock for Key West and Havana. In r. t *ai g.
saThee TIME TABLES show the times at which train* may he expre.i* *l .r-
ri* *i depart from the several station; but their arrival or departuree at I.e eIinses
stated it oe4tguar-t d., or does the Compeay hold Itself responsiBble for aiy tld lar
or any coasqunyee arislam therefrom.
Ior Cpy of the Loal Time Card or Other Info, min ion
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VOL.XXVIII TITUSVILLE, FLA.FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1908 NO. 51 .

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rr DOINGS'OF THEPRESENT I! SEDATE FOR ELDERLY MODELS MEN I: LATEST NEWS I Special Sale at Kline's I:LOCAL GOSSIP ,



i ; *,, i ii WEEK not Our only fine provide new lines the of newest Schloss clothes things'for !j ADWOIDETS_ I Bargains MONDAY in, APRIL Every Department 13, 190$. j i I- ADPERSONALS_ ; .

i but take care'!' R. & G.corsets in the latest style, '
good
young men, ,
Pungent lotes Pertaining to Events of the elder ones as we\l. I Personal Paragraphs About People that made of good quality of coutil, : Something About the People of Titus- $.

Transpiring About Tom No reason why a man shouldn't lookuptodate Traiel} Here and ThereDr. worth $1.50, Monday's special 98 'I Tille as They Come and Go
just because he's "over for- cents.
4: New Drinks-Grape Punch, 5 cents, ty." Dignity and maturity set off Miller, Dentist, Titusville. I I I R. & G.tapegirdle,with garters attached -I The prettiest line of Panama hats ,
Cherry Cardinal 5 cents, at the Banner good clothes all the more, fend if you Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug special 49 cents each. shown on the. east coast. $5.00 each at J

Drug Store. are prosperous-why not look it! !Store for cold drinks and ice cream. I I Bleached readymade sheets,72x90, Branning's.We .

-& Master-Fojr Duren has been very Our stock of shoes for men, boys, 'Robbins home worth 75 cents, special 50 cents each. are glad to state that Mrs.
I
Mr. Rufus at
ill the past week and we hope he may women and children is complete in was White bedspreads,extra large size, W. T. Mather, who has been very ill OJ t
: the latter of last week for a fewda'S'
part Marsellaise worth $2.00 for several is 4
pattern, days, convalescing.
soon recoyer.Rvi respect. All standard makes,
every I I vacation from Stetson univers-
f $1.49.
double 'uaranteed.If special Mr.Adhemar been
Wm- Stones' attended the Good aualitv of unbleached. domestic Bradyias quite :.
you want the best at the most ity.Mr. SICK the past week with an attack of
missions at
board
of
of state
i meeting Jacksonville yesterday. reasonable prices give us a call. H. Faust and family and Mr. I I yard wide, special 13 yards for the grippe, but is now convalescent, '
: and Mrs. W. Jensen have rooms in $1.00.
I.
to
: The Novelty Sto,is selling goods off WINSTON S. BRANNING one of the Taylor cottages advertisedin Bleached cambric, 36 inches wide, we are glad say. .

: at cost. .Come and get bargains. Up'-to-Date Clothing House THE STAR last week. The other: extra quality, worth 12%.cents, Monday's Miss Edith Paterson arrived Saturday '
t I. M. DODSON. cottage is advertised for rent in our special 10 cents per yard from Philadelphia and has .

.: : Jeff and Leona Carruthers, G. A. Titusville, Florida. issue this week. i We will also place on sale about rooms with Mrs. Corwin. THE STAR I I
,000 yards of figured lawns, worth I received a pleasant call from Miss i
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Bessie Heath
Carlile Mrs. were bap-
: of
Mr. and Mrs.SwUn Jackson-
,
tized on Sunday night and received Titusville Hotel Company 15 cents, special 10 cents per yard, Paterson Monday. '
vllie, who have been here on an extended -
;;' : into the Baptist church. i A stock company, to be known as visit with their daughter, Monday White only.Persian lawn,40 inches wide, The four weeks' revival services at J t tthe

: Mr. L. A. Brady has just com the Titusville Hotel Co., has been Mrs. J. R. Walker, left Sunday morn- worth 35 cents, Monday's special 19 Methodist church came to close I
3, pleted a neat wharf out in front of started up in town the past few dav s. !ing for Birmingham, Ala., where cents. Sunday night, which resulted in a t

his river lot in South Titusville which It is proposed to apply for charter i they will visit two of their sons. Children's lawn bonnets, handsomely -: rousing revival of religious feeling '
in this town. Rev. W. W. McCord '
and incorporate with a capital stockof .
is about 200 feet'in length.
trimmed with Valenciennes "
;
: $25,000, to consist of 250 shares of Mr. Chas. Enright leaves tomor- now conducting a similar revival 0-' ,
1, Dr. J. E. Miller, of this place, has par value of$100 per share, fifty per row for Stillmore, Georgia, about 70 lace and embroidery, worth SO cents, at Cocoa. .
joined the Indian River Yacht club. miles west of Savannah, where he Monday's special 39 cents. M
stock be in within '
,1. cent of the to paid .
1 Dr. Walter :M. 'of New
Fleming
Percale 36 inches wide worth 15 ,
Dr. Miller owns Very pretty launch 30 days from date of subscription, has accepted a position in an ice factory ,
I cents special 12% cents. York city, an eminent physician, and j
,
which has recently been brought here which owned by his uncle. It
: and the balance in five instalmentsof I
Mr.\ Rob't.Fulford also of N.Y. who
Rogers 1847 knives and forks, guar- ,
from West Palm Beach. 10 cent each at intervals of is possible that his mother and her
per have been extended cruise
anteed for 20 years, usual price$6.00, on an I
later.
family-will follow
I Did you say boy's blouses? Well go 30 days. Monday's special $4.98 per dozen ((6 down the coast with Capt. Jack Laf- i'lin
to Branning's, large shipment just ar This has been organizedfor six batteries for sale .c
company Set of Edison knives and 6 forks.) are spending a few days at Palm- 'I' c.
rived. the purpose of taking over the at a very low price. Inquire of F. N. Boy's knee pants, made of an excellent hurst before returning north. 2. "
.
.. the adI Indian River hotel property, an option Hitchcock, Titusville.Mr.
( We call special attention to quality of worsted, worth 75
Mr. H. E. Spillman and his sister, }
> vertisement in another column ot.the on which has been secured for James L, Connor of Wilmington '
cents, special 49 cents each, sizes 5 to of Newport, Ky., left the latter partof
the efforts of Dr. J.
30 days through
Titusville Lumber Co., in which they was among the new arrivals in .
last week for their home after :
I.:.' are quoting very low prices on all S. Daniel an agreed price of $6,000as town last week and is very much 16.White dotted swiss, worth 20 cents, spending several weeks here \I -i
very
, grades of pine lumber. If you are the property now stands.It pleased with the place, so much so special 15 cents per yard. pleasantly Miss Spillman having I

r-: .' going to build large or small it will is proposed to raise $10,000 or that he will invest here in propertyand 1 White madras endless assortmentof been the guest of her friend, Mrs.C. t
to get them to estimate $15,000 of stock among the merch- is of the incorporators of: I ..
certainly
pay you ants and business men of Titusville one patterns,.specially l good for shirtwaISts B. Kingman, while Mr. Spillman
it 3s on your lumber. .. 0 the new hotel company. ana snirtwaist suits, juonaay stopped at Palmhurst hotel. ,
and commence the improvement ofthe.
ff\\: Mr. Rufus McL. Robbins} went up property about :May .1st for a WANTED-Pool table, must be in 25 cents per yard. Soda fountain and charging outfit, also -
:. from DeLand, where he is a student first class condition and cheap. Give Mail orders promptly filled on any .
t next fall first for Acme
: grand.opening as a syrups same; one. peanut
conditions and L. of the above II
,
terms, particulars. goods.
-e- at Stetson university, to St. Augustine class,, modern hotel with all up-to- roaster and warmer. Apply to Box 103, .
of STAR office.
care JULIUS KLINE, Titusvi%. '
t' :, the early part of last week to* date conveniences, such as elevator, Titusville. ,
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take electric lights, baths, telephone con- Church Notes At the meeting the Indian River
t: tion. He came down Friday afternoon nection with all zooms, etc. Attention Citizens! Yacht club Thursday last week, 1"

v, for a few days' visit with the A large share of the stock has already Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at In- I mean every one of you. Listen! Mr. A. D. Merrill, commodore of

1 : home folks before returning to his been subscribed' and the deal dianola on Sunday, April 12th, at The one crying, bawling, squallingneed the Jacksonville Motor Boat club, It j

studies. will be consummated but every one 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. of our town is a hotel. I wantit. was elected an honorary member of

'I owning property in town will be solicited There will be service in the Episcopal The town wants it. We have I this club by unanimous consent. The 'I
Real Estate Changes Hands to take some stock in the company church at Merritt, on the island, over 40 subscribers for the stockwe I Indian River Yacht club expects to \

,. Mr. F. S. Battle has purchased two which will be guaranteed to Sunday afternoon, April 12, at 3:30.: want just 100.( We want more, hold a series of motor boat races at 4

: lots on Washington avenue, south- pay 10 per cent or more. Dean Robottom will conduct the service it is this: Every subscriber, male this place on the Fourth of July. j;
school building from Now is the time for the people of and and female, every man and woman ,
west of the high preach. Commodore J. Lorillard, Jr., of
Mr. C. A. Gardner and expects to our town to come forward and helpan that has no idea of subscribing, to club of this t
Yacht
enterprise that will do more for Dean Robottom will officiate in St. editorial the Indian River ,
meet tonight at Wager's
v ,erect a cottage on same shortly. Gabriels church Titusville Sun- place, expects to have an auxiliary ,.
on
I the town than anything that can possibly and talk and listen, tonight at \
located room
These two lots are nicely (one .
{.i be done at this time. If we day morning, April 12, at 11:00 and A CITIZEN. cruiser built this summer about I
7:30.
,- of them being a corner lot) and con- can raise half the stock in town we in St. Marks church, Cocoa, on Sun- forty feet long and twelve feet beam < stitute one of the most desirable residence that outside will day evening at 730. especially adapted for shoal water
assured
are help
sites in that part of town. Citizens Meeting MondayA and provided with home comforts. .,
Before leaving for his home in New take the balance. Rev. lobe will officiate in the Presbyterian -' citizens mass meeting was held The motive power will be a three- T
t.I Hampshire Wednesday Dr. F. M. church Sunday evening at cylinder Palmer-Moore base two
at the court house Monday night to open
Robinson bought the south half of Sheriff Brown Captures Thief 7:30 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 in discuss important town matters, up- cycle motor. '

diP PMt1"hptt river front lot. between After tracing him all over South the afternoon, andpravermeetmg at
R. Wilson who
on call of Major B. --
z -Mrs.R t b J. 3 Tuesday afternoon.Dr. .
and Mrs. Florida, Sheriff Brown succeeded in was elected to the chair, and Town Easter suit wanted? Order now and

Wager's properties, upon which he arresting Chas. King at Fort P.ierce F. Pasco, formerly presiding Clerk J. P. Wilson as secretary.The be ready. Measures taken.
will probably erect a concrete cot- a few days ago charged with stealing elder of the East Coast district, now questions of finance and expen- Egg dye, rabbits, chicks, eggs, baskets
tage in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson money from the old blind grapho- editor of the Florida Christian Advocate ditures were touched upon after .FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOE,

.' and their daughter, Miss Frances phone man who was on the east coasta I published in Tampa, and also which the subject of organizing a Five-drawer warranted, drop-head 12 sewing, $28.50 machine _

will then become permanent few weeks ago. "* King, it is said, state president of the Epworth lea- stock company for taking over the In- Screen cloth by yard years, or roll $2.00 ,

winter residents of our town and will admits taking a sum of less than gue, will preach at Titusville Sundayat dian River hotel property and improving CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 _
be gladly welcomed- as such. Miss $20.00, which constitutes a crime of 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. in the same was taken up. I _

Robinson's health has been very petit larceny, while the old man says M. E. church. You are cordially invited Messrs. Geo. M. Robbins E. L. Ladies GuiW EntertainedMrs.

greatly improved by their stay here it was about $60.00, which would to be present and hear one of Brady and Dr. J. S. Daniel addressedthe Ceo. M. Robbins entertainedthe

.', this winter. bring it to grand larceny. the most learned men of the state. meeting at some length. The Ladies' guild at her suburban .

city dock question was also discussedbut home Friday afternoon. Two tii'> r
Fine Monday Offerings of Men'sClothing The Van Amburg Shows Special Summer Hotel Rates the meeting adjourned without of their double seated surrey convoyed s- .

The Van Amburg shows exhibited For the summer season Palmhurst taking any decisive action upon mat- I' the ladies and also the Rev. John -

Men's Ki Ki trousers, made by here Wednesday: to large attendances I hotel will make special rates for table I ters brought up before. it. :' W. Walker out, but it being the cool
Sweet-Orr, the name alone is a guarantee both afternoon and evening. It was; board to town people and to families. --- -- 'I of the afternoon when they returned

of Al quality, worth $2.00, the largest and best show that has Regular families stopping at this For Sale CheapSail I i the younger and more energetic ones

. special $1.49.Men's ever exhibited in Titusville and the tel can have their own private ho-I boat outfit, mast (spruce) 28T2 10f the party preferred to take the
blue serge trousers, worth equipment is superb. Fine bareback Rates as follows: feet, boom 23 feet, gaff 13 feet, bow- i pleasant walk of mile while the less .
$4.00, Monday special, $3.00 per pair. riding, the wonderful performancesof Table board per week ((21 meals) sprit 9 feet, hoops>, jaws and irons complete -|active ones* returned in the surrey.
: Men's undershirts, made of an excellent the Japanese tots, the herd of .4.. ((1-1 meals) $5.1. large mainsail and jib nearly new, i. The hostess assisted by the young
of lisle thread, long "a' galvanized wire rope stays, pulleys and
quality trained elephants were the best of and room, t gentlemen present Messrs. John W.
or short sleeves, worth 75 cents, many remarkable feats. The show MASSECo.., proprietors. I' blocks at, all in to first dass J.condition.CAPEHART.Apply -, Walker, Harold Perry and Rufus JlI
once
, Monday's special, 50 cents. gave big value for the admission and -.--- I Cocoa, Fla. i, Robbins, served delicious refresh-
Men's nainsook shirts and short fulfilled every advanced promise. Bargains in Trees I ments and all enjoyed delightful
. drawers, the famous B. V. D., $1.00 People came all the way from 20 to 1 For Sale Cheap I afternoon -

per suit. 30 miles distance to take in the show. Fine lot 2->ear old grapefruit buds, i Forty dollars wall buy a large secondhand -- .- -- .
" Weill also put on sale about 500 Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 i I: Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will : For Rent 2

; pairs of men's trousers, of medium Enlarged pictures of yourself or your I cents each, $25.00 per lUO. ,i bum any fuel or rubbish such as can be Taylor cottage or suits of rooms furnished -
5\ and dark patterns, famous Crown loved ones given away free to cash customers J. B. BEACH. !'''picked up in orange groves. Just the for summer.

make, pfice $2.50 to $6.00.JULIUS limited quantities to be supplied.Call West Palm Beach, Fla. ::1, thing for irrigation. Apply or address I MRS._ _F. M._TAYLOR. t
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Heath & Co's. store and they _
at [ STAR office.
. KLINE I ____ "
Wood For Sale
full IPine
will be pleased to explain particu I I
Titusville Fla. Every Once in a While i
drink cool
A cool at place atlANDY'S. '
lars. __ a ,
__ ; or oak, any length. Also plow- i.
in'the .
its necessary to give a little benefit See address J. ,
; Cocoa Town Lots For Sale Orange and Grapefruit Trees i way of a reduction in prices. WhenI -.----- ing W. Jamison and harrowing., Titusville, Fla.or j... -

Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale Grown at Shiloh! Fla., on high do make a reduction it's worthtaking (Iad.antage The Alpine Hotel '
on new street opened up from river to hickory hammock. Free from white I' of. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Looley, man- For Long Lease .
-, 'railroad. High, dry, healthy location, fly. One ;year to two year old buds. Until April liberal 15th prices I will on astonish all dental}"OU' ager. On the European planfurnished -,. A roomy home on Indian river, sev
walk from station, fine view Carefully with my and lunch. Centrally attached. Bearing trees _
4 minutes I Prices from 25 to 35 cents. : work re-enameling. I am now rooms quick enty-five acres
: of river, good water. Lots 50x119 feet. packed and delivered at Oak Hill : doing except that for one third less than vou located. -orange, grapefruit, tangerine and .
: : Apply to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F. station. J. W. GRIFHS, the work for in Chicago or hew : mandarin, a few young peach trees. -
Cocoa Fla.Dwelling. can get For Sale For Cash Choice location for dairy and chicken
Mitchell, Shiloh, Fla. Ii i York. Extracting 50 cents mstead of Cheap .
... 11.00. : About 88 acres of good high land on farm, also boarding house in winter.
for RentS I A cool drink at a cool place at Gold crowns! I ought to make a peck : the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat Full information-apply.-this..--office. .
I MANDY'S. I.I of them at the new prices. Same way the Narrows, described as follows:
dining Photograph GalleryGo
with 7-rooms, including
House with artificial teeth, big break from I I Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section t
., room and kitchen. Large enough for Draying I I I former prices. i i, 36, in township 31 south, range :C9: to Faust, the photographer on
; two small families. Would nice and rent clean partially and- Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly I. Next two weeks is the time to make ,.I' east. This land is unimproved but finely Julia street, for artistic photos. All _
Rooms ',
:. furnished. ad- work first class and promptly attended s
'. Address attended to. Meet all trains.H. I your contracts. You can make appointments -! located. For further particulars '
an excellent neighborhood. E. HOLTON. by mail. DR. MILLER, .: dress E. M. Low, to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
CRABS
J. D. ,
owner, Titusville, Fla. Titusville, Fla. 'I' Titusville. i L j Brockton, Mass. oil paintings a specialty.

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ITEMS OF NEWS mf E PERFE[ WAY (Killed Miami In'News-Record.a Runaway.) PAJSARDV e..attl."... i..


ffl FAIR FLORIDA E. C. Roberts a reSlaent of Lemon V \ 0 There is no foot irritation with Pacbr '...

City killed Sunday afternoon In
Scores of Florida Citizens Have was : They are made by expert to conform t' .
attempting to jump from his ::
Learned It wagon the human foot Scientifically coo- t
-_ 'that is Being Done Towards the De- while his horse was running away. to ,
If you suffer from backache strutted and with thorough workman -
There is one way to care it. )Ir. Roberts was caught between the ..

-; Telopment of the Peninsula The perfect way is to care the kidneys.A wheels of the wagon and thrown heavIly ship in every part. They win out with ; .
bad back means sick kidneys.
') The first pipe organ to be installedin Neglect it, urinary troubles follow. to the ground receiving bruisesin every man desiring comfortable a

Lakeland is n-w: in use in the Methodist only.Doan'j Kidney Pills are made for kidneys the face and a fracture of the skull ra shoes at right prices.r\

r church in that town. $. B. Lemons eigarmaker Jiving at 1311 which caused his death shortly after

has announced Ashley Street, Tampa, Fla., says: "I used the accident.
Broward
Governor Doan's Kidney Pills and they cured me of THESHOE
that he will be a candidate for United backache and disorder of the kidneys. Twoor Mr. Roberts and George GwYnnwere

coming primary. three times on account of the pain in my returning home from Little River -
in the
Senator
States work for several
back I was unable to go to
and the horse
Two Jacksonville men Van Cause .days. The secretions of the kidneys were ina became frightenedand
very bad condition dark in color and if allowed started running. Their efforts to
; and Taar, were fined $50 each in municipal I to stand would become of the consist-

court for turning in a false fire ency of jelly. I tried various remedies taking stop the animal proved useless and FOR MEN
.' what seemed like gallons of medicine and I )Ir. Gwynn shouted to Mr. Roberts to "
alarm. also put on plasters but nothing helped me at _
jump out at the time
same making'sleap
all until I Doan's Kidney Pills the
got
> to the amount of upon
; .. Street paving advice of a friend of mine and using them according which carried him out of. the wagon ''
ev. : about $400, 00 has been authorized by to directions" they cured me in a very safely. Mr. Roberts attempted to Sold at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in all styles :
of Pensacola. Brick short time.
council
F the city jump but not being very agile and the
z : used entirely. For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
: will be Foster.Milburn Co. Buffalo, New York,sole :wagon bouncing up and down, he lost

j Work has been commenced on the agents for the United States. Remember the his balance and fell between the KLINE '

erection of the new' Main Street Baptist name-Doan's-and take no other. wheels. JULIUS

: t r s church in Jacksonville. The His death was a shock to the peopleof .

building will cost 20000. The Gilchrist Institute erected in Lemon City, as he was well knownto

.Shipments of fish from the port off Tampa largely through the generosityof everybody there. He leaves numerous .

,;' r" \ Punta Gorda for the week ending last i Hon. Albert W. Gilchrist, was dedi- relatives a great many of whom

: Tuesday amounted to three carloads cated in Tampa last Friday. reside in Key West.

'. in bulk and ,145 barrels aggregating' Tale premiums won at the State FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

> : rx -. 101,000 pounds. Fair at Tampa cannot be paid until "Generally debilitated for years. Had sick
headache, lacked ambition,was wom-ouhnd
Gal 1es Ule's new city directory is- the Fair association gets the $15,000 all run-down. Burdock Blood Bitters mademe LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY 5, J90S

sued by Jesse E. Burtz, shows that appropriation voted by the legislature.News a well woman.-Mrs. Chas. Freitoy No. 99No. 33 No. No. 78 No. 74)No. 93-

'. ; : Gainesville has ,a population of 7,335 had been received at Tallahassee YOO6UP.[ Conn. Daily I Daily | 291'I. STATIONS.. Daily Daily Daily

against a population of 5,245 in 1905 of the death of Hardy Church 800 pm 1000 am 700( am Lv...........Jacksonville...........Ar 7 Jw pm i. I pu I bar e
ftzY : as ...........L620 6 J 71. as
910 pm 1100am1168am 820 am ..........St. Augustine. pus > pot
: :- i. an increase in three years of 2,081. Groom the younger of the two sons of Estimate of Crop. 1015 pm I U 28 am Lv...........East-aiatka..........Lv 5 Id pm, !5t* pu 613 as
.... .. ... .
-- 1152 pm 125 pm .......... Ar..HoteIOrm.nd..Lv ..._...... 4"0;
a At at early hour Tuesday morning Hon A. C. Croom, State Comptroller.The (St. Petersburg Independent.) 1202 am 135 pm 11 05:>> am __._rirmnnd _Lv 3J2 pm 3:.'> |'m 41: aa
; 307 pra'' H 41' Ui
214 am 145 1117am1200nn Lv..lJ.ytona..I.v pot :
the postoffice at Quincy: was entered ---- young man--- nassed awav- at Den- The following is the estimate of the 255am 222 pm pm Lv. ..........New' Smyrna.......... .LT 230 pin 417 p:7l' 3--
166 am 317 pm 112pm LT.............Titu-ville............LTLT 112 pu 21": pm 21; $
by burglars, the safe broken into and ver, Colorado Saturday morning aged to be shipped from here within .
crop 239 Cm 355 pm 200 pm Lv..Rackledre........... 12. pmt 1 l pat : 14.
26 .......... 224 Lv..... .......Fsntallte..Lv 1161am'..........'...-._--
worth of and $50 In years. the few and Albert Wil pm ,
$300 stamps money peat weeks ...._ J47 pm (LT..............Melbourne............Lv 1141 am .......... ...--
r\ stolen. There Is no clue to the The truckers in the vicinity of Martin ton, the manager of the St. Petersburg 512am 600 pm 450 pm Lv..Fort tierce ............Lv 1J 00 am 11:. I'M 1114 tm
7 Id; am 759; pm 655 pm '.VrLi........\\e't Palm Beach..Lv 740 alAI, y 4.> am |I.tfc.
robbers. Marion county are preparing to Vegetable Growers' Association has 125 am 803 pal 705 pm r..Ro.I1.oinc1an..L\ 70; a.Ii 5:T aa I 18;;0 pa
.. .%6 7 35 am 812 pm 715 pm LTAr.. .... ........Breakers.Miami. ........... .Lv 7"5 am, !I. .' am f 846 }1st
., -..: Lakeland was visited by a serious plant about three hundred acres in written the commission men to get offers Ola; am 10 2o pm 1010 pm .............. .... ...........LUIJ an 7!.' a:.i .,. p
> ; 1100 am .._....... *6So am LT.Ar...... .......KiamL.-........ Ar- 290 pmLv !.......... :a.. ,.
f. b. for the V
ri tj ;1- conflagration Thursday night, fire destroying cantaloupes, three hundred acres in o. produce 3,500 1140 am .......... >930 am Ar..... .....Homestead............ ,.1140m(......... 1 220i"
4 more than half of one of the beans and between three and four hun barrels Irish potatoes 100 acres water- 400 pm .......... .......... .....-..Knight's Key Dcx.k..L\ ......... ......... & W 10Ualy
lav
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except. un' _
g- ; city's business blocks.: Among the sufferers dred acres in watermelons.A 'melons 1,000 crates beans 4,000 PALATKABRANCn

: was the Lakeland News which law and order league to be knownas crates beans 4,000 crates tomatoes, >
EAST PALATKA I Arrive I Leave I PALATKA : i iAtHVeTO
managed to get out a fire extra. the Dade County Civic Association 1,000 crates squash 500 crates celery, Laeave PALATKA Palatka. P&1.tka EAST PALAT 'A pyL:2..

t y The Colonnades Hotel property at has been organized in Miami. It is the 500 crates beans, 4,500 crates cokes 520 .No. 46 346 am SIC am .No. .7 Uaiy.: bib aaa
r ./ I of this to assistthe 1,000 crates cantaloupes. A large. 620 :: :::::::.10.48: En :::::::: 510 am I ,, .,. ::::::::.No, "t Ii i'y ::::::'1 193'Jam 9r.s
; : Seabreeze has been sold by Jacob Gim purpose organization ; _........o.W Dally........ !Ji.am; 113:1.\ ......... authorities in enforcing law and amount of the finest cabbage; some 1205 pm ..........0. 62 Dall ........1225 I'm 31.0 IM ....... o. r.a II&.ij..1 t aJI pe
! lich to D. J. Johnson and William plant etc. etc. 415 pm ........No. 64 Dally.-.... 45 pm 445 pea ...... ..No. ;s { ii "
4} Gray of Uniontown Pa. The consid order and doing away with the crimes egg 560 pm .........1'0.56 Dally........, 611) pm 11-10 pm .... ..No. 5. Del: ; ...... lOW'"
.I 1015 JIm .... .....1'0. T8> Pailv........ 1CIt TJffi. tolOim ..... ..Sn. .t. L'. l..:....... It" ,.
and vices that exist the
eration is said to be in the neighborhood throughout
,. An explosion of gasoline Thursday SAN MATEO BRANCH
county.A .
of 30000. night at Egmont Key at the entranceto
Leave EAST PALATKA ( Arrive Leave SAN MATEO TO Arrives
s ; I I
Fire in the and grain of J nice piece of taxidermy has just which East San Sets East
hay room Tampa bay upon Fort De- Palatka TO SAN MATED Matoo Mateo EAST PALATKA Palatka
_' .
H. McLaurim and Company's big ware been done by Paul Clark for Geo. Otis Soto is located resulted in the destine 430 am ._......No. 45 Dally._,..... 4Wam 4SS 10m ...... SQ. 4d 1..II>' -... 51.. sin32a i
_ ...... ....... ..... ........ 4II
Draper of Hopedale Mass. It is a tion of three Pilot pm --No. 53 lJally :U.) pm 350 am .No. MO.: as110.i
did between buildings at station
house In Jacksonville .
pm ........No. ,9 Datly..11:5:_ pm ..113 pmo.60 I'.I :: ...' 116uNo.
' t and early Saturday panel on the upper half of which h Mark
$4,000 $5,000 damage probably fatally burning Ryan
2f o.n. No.17 i u. 2b
( ...
No.19 I *YPORT So. If I 22
I morning. The blaze is supposed the head of a 130-lb jewfish with a 50- a soldier, and seriously burning Capt F'un. Fn. Dally. !oUR.
Only Only Dally ex !OUR. BRANCH D uy I Only r.IIr
r c to have been the work of an Incendi- pound grouper head on each side. Th Ira Washington a pilot. The fire I -
;; ; 1500
.f. : 200pm 1010am 600 pm 800am :Ly... J.C'boDTllle..Ar, 770 { Iw p ps
, ary. lower half of the panel is taken up was checked before the fortificationsand 2..0 pm 10W.m 610 pm _840 amLv, .l'ablo ., 6ZAam I::II ps 414 "c!
246 r-In 1056am U6 pm IH6.m L\'_. AtlantlcJ .ch.t.v, 6H am I. 11: ps ua ont
with a full length 6 -pound amber jack. officers' quarters were endangered. .... .. I.y'' .
:: Stephen R. Melton representativefrom 300 pm 11IQ.m 700 pm 90i.mr. .Marport. 6311 aM V20: D'n 4' j jNIJo.113

: These fish were all caught in one morn- No.l Br.Dcbl No.2 No. 4 No. II'SlIIfOtIi Ns. 1T
: Duval county in the Florida LegIslature Orange City Branch
' : ing's fishing by Mr Draper with rod --- --- Dally I D..iL! Uatly! .. Ira11y I iM.!!j315pm .
t .._ for several sessions died at I
': and reel. The panel is a fine souve- 8100 Reward SI00. 930am Lv. ewemyrnaAr.l00pm! 6Qpm 63f1am ILTTiIU'\"IIIe\r. 11101 pI::
i o'clock Tuesday morning at nis 400pm l100am.L..Lake Helen Lv.1216 501 93U am1.. nfuld pu ,
nir.-Tropical Sun West Palm Beach. The readers of this paper will be pleasedto Ui.pm 1120amILv.OrangeCU.Lv.112t.pmI440pm{ .... .. ... .............. Ls..Jw. ....... '
L <: home in Jacksonville after a long ill- learn that there is at least one dreadful 41. m 1130.m Ar. Orange City JC'.I(1/n'n: 1430 m ..... .... .... .... ..... ...... !
.' : Postoffice E. D. disease that science has been able to cure in
i< :aess. The funeral was hel Thursday Inspectors Beatty Conuectioas made Miami, with steamships of the it'. and U. S. S. ('uwl'au.let
I'F all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall Catarrh
Naasan.:
:: Fred Rodgers and A. B. Dritton visited
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Cure is tbe only positive cure knownto ('ODII4dloDA mad. at Knight Key Pock for Key West and Havana. l>lr.,ct 'I.
Key West Wednesday and arrested the medical fraternity. Catarrh being; a
4 F. A. Lewter shipped a number of constitutional disease a con!titu. 4irThe.. TIME TABLES how the time at which train may be ca expcclml arriT -
requires > and depart from the .e.&lltatioo.. but their arrival tile Uwe.
James D. Roberts mailing clerk ; or departure 10&
} banana plants to California today. tionai treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is stated in not guaranteed nor do!' the Company hold itself responsible fur any delayor
and Charles Lambias stamping clerk taken internally, acting directly upon the any conorqiience arI lng Oierrfront.
They were of the Harts' choice variety blood and mucous surfaces of the system -
Roberts being charged with detaining Fur Copy of tb. oral Tim Card or Other Information
fine. thereby destroying the foundation of the dis-
The ba-
and Orlando
t were very "SIE: rriiE TIC :T AGENT,"
": nana plants are becoming famous and letter mail and Lambias with robbingthe ese building and up giving the constitution tbe patient and strength assisting in J.D. RAHNER, Assistant General Pass. Ajt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

' V ;.' =t our growers will soon establish quitea mails A decoy letter was sent nature in doing its work. The proprietorshave

V through the office which caused the so much faith in its curative powers,
--
trade in this fruit.-orlando Report- that they otft'r One Hundred Dollars for any;
" ,. r's er-Star. arrest. Roberts was held under a case that it fails to cure. Send fur list of testimonials.

,-. $200 bond and Lambias under a $500 .
.
..;'" The largest cargo of mahogany ever Address. F. J. CHENEY ('0., Toledo, O
, bond to await trial at the May term Sold by Druggists. 75,
'
brought to a Florida port was unloaded -
of the United States court. Hall's Family Pills are the best
V l } at Pensacola a few days ago from Health is
Councilman Henry T. Grant who ha t
the British steamer Venus entered Sheriff's Sale 1
/. from Belize. The vessel brought been spending several days at Langlord's J: More Than
Under and by virtue of an execution issued rel
i three thousand immense logs consigned camp seven miles west of herein out of the circuit court in and for Brevard

: o- t > to the C. C. Hengel Company of the Everglades returned Wednesday county, Honda upon an attachment and Wealth $ t ty
judgment in the court of the of
county judge
,,: night. He went to witness thane
,
Louisville Ky.
: Brevard county Florida, wherein P. A MeMillin A
y V V <' grinding and to take a look u is plaintiff and Harold I. :Smith is defendant 6LLA30s Use
1 L W. H. Wood & Son who are in the the of that : I will sell to tbe highest and best ; SaOVb
agricultural possibilities
{'' celery business on a small scale this bidder f,>r cash !before the court bouse door in : LINIMENT- : BALLARD'Ss
;' I't gion. Mr Grant says that some ot I Tituiile 01 Mon,lay. the fiat day of June. ;
m ;, 4 'it season shipped their first car of celery 'b o best lands in the county are to 1901". between the legal hours ofale,the land KINO
' last Saturday. It contained 32" of Harold I. vnntb, levied upon and attached, j
1 ? < (,2 bad cut there, where danger from la still suit. towitI1 that tract of land lynx s SNOW OF
crates and was grown on a little less; in Hrevarl cuuntFlorida.. to-wit ;
*k
i flood and drouth probably Ie
| than third of It are *> All the! out.th:rd undivided interest of said T
one an acre. was ., ,
; than at points south of here, where Harold I. smith in and to that tract of land sxas.guy LINIMENT :fl I
; bought by Mr. Abner Wilson of the \
r farming is now being carried on.- described in deed bovk \\"j>dse 310, records:
-: firm of Wilson Bros., the Michigan celery of Brevard county. Florida, which b de-
tr Tropical Sun, \\est Palm Beach. sribed as follows AND I
'L '.. f_ men, for St. Louis parties. }Ir. Beginning at the southwest corner of the i
A Colonel John b Parkinson for ..'ears Indian river in line with in I"Q-k. !
across a hive
r Wlson says it was the finest car of you will always good health. What is more to
a man
t "= celery he has seen in Florida.-{ one of the most prominent residents hud thence now running owned )east.y Charlotte northerly Fontain in line to with the than good ? All the money in the world can't make 1 i

;: t i. Land Record. of Daytona, died at his home in that Banana nver.thtnce northerly with said river hapTun< g where b"aith is unknown. Ballard's Snow Liniment II

x city last Thursday afternoon. He was I about twelve buutlredaud f.rty.6\'c *124ifeet ) j--TURES Rheumatism Cuts Burns, Sprains, Neuralgia, ,
:: The dredgeboat Florida which was : to a mark or cross m a rock awl to land Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Lama
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a native of Charlestown, Ohio June of"seabron Jones thence west southerly in line Back and all the Ills that Flesh Is Ueir to. ;
:; in this port last fall is now at work on 10 1SG3, and came to Florila in 1SQ t with across in the rock to Indian river thencein t

t' ; the Indian river. She has been deepening a s"Hitherl\c< urse with said Indian river to One Who Knows.
,
lIe
. was united in marriage Aug. 7. the place of Ltinuinz. said piece of laud con

i 0 '_ the canal which connects Mosquito 1894!} to Miss Annie B Sanborn of Cmcinnati taming: two and a half(tit> acres more or lea. J. G. Scott Salt Lake ;
7 ; Lagoon and Indian river and all situated and Uio? in stxtioii 10. township City, Utah writes; I cannot
; 1;
: lIe hold the office of Country ,7 south, range 37 east too hizhly praise your Ballard's Snow Liniment for
t when the work is finished there wills f r. Lef 01 acute rheumatism
r VX' Superintendent of Volu ia Count J. P BRON i caused by sudden change
.
Sheriff Bre'ard'u1Ity.. Flo. and exposure to tho weather. I also
be five feet of water in that place. The recommend your
and at time of his death I
was one of
:: : .. Ballard Horehound Syrup for coughs and
colds
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E Florida has also done some work in
'e- I
\? the representatives in the Legislature.lie T huo: used together aefy all pain.

.1't the channels near New Smyrna which was also I.ieutenant.Colonel of the Robbins & Graham Co I GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes !
iW 25c SOc $1.00 i
C:t'. will be a great help '0 the boatmen the Second Regiment, Florida State ;

g If. who use that route. During the next
(Incorporated .
Troops at the time of deceaseEUREKA I
t- ; V ;:. = '... month the Florida will be at work Paid-tp Capital $23.00O- Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

:- ,' ; near iGlberts bar following which she : _, I

I; .","- ;(" e.: "V mar be sent to other places in the in! Yes, I Have Found it at Last Indian This company river country owns, lands on the in thc St 500-592 North Second Street, ; I

; ..! land waterway which need attention. Found what1hr ST. LOUIS
that hatnUrlam s Lucie river, at New river and on MISSOURI i
" '' The Florida is equipped for taking out Salve cures etzemi and; all manner of itching Biscayne bay
ir + .,p of the skin. I han been afflicted for many
nags and obstructions in the channels years with skin di&oa- I Lad to get up three fi

" water to allay the terrible itchinz. but since Sold and Recommended
: .. V V powerful suction pumps which are using; this salve in December 1&05. the itching : for land list by

f. used in dredging out sandy spots.- :: bas stopped and has not troubled me OrricrsAT Titusvil1 \
: Elder John T. Onfley. K...tville. Pa. For sate Pharmacy: : oStoro !
; Miami News-Record by itasville Pharmacy and all '}(-;1J'rs. TITU'sMLLE MHMI Bannor: : Dru.g I t

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tty edge and positive assurance from me orations that seek to do business In Of Interest To Women. 1f f r

; i :, it 3, r ss< a, "sa b e ry that if I am elected governor I will Florida must be made to understandthat I I o suc women as are not seriously out '

;; not be influenced or controlled by any they cannot treat our courts with of health but who hive exacting duties d Ii

corporation or interest or by any manor contempt. nor will they be permittedto tolperfonxL either In the way of house- ,1A;

faction and that I, and I alone, will prevent our people from obtaining had cares\or in social duties and funs 1

be governor of Florida and I will not Justice by entailing upon them expensive tiihifihserlousIy tax their strength T",."

be a puppet in the hands of any man litigation In the United States as we urslcg mothers.Dr.Pierce's l

faction or corporation nor will I be courts. Favorite Prescription has proved a most -
.
tonic and InvigoratIng ,.
he leader or head of a.faction.. The right of a state to revoke their valuable sup\\rting r
nervine. BY its_tlm@ly use, much I fr'
licenses for this cause is no longer :
Stand Squarely on My Record as Rail- a !"
serious sickness and s't+ rrmr may w
road Commissioner.; mooted question, it having been fullyustained ,avoided. nehe table and the. '

!,. I stand squarely by my record on in the cases of Doyle versus su geons' knife w"llT!tt 1.. toltt'V'4 .t

the railroad commission, and no man the Continental Insurance company, 1M seldom! have to_be employed tfthis_ most .

can show that I opposed anything In U. S., :1.:; Security Mutual Life In. Valuable woman's" n ed i5 rtT rpytorn a

the interest of the people that was possible nrance company against Pruitt 20? good timf' 'rhe-FavoritePrescrlp- 1

to be bane under the law. U. 8.. :IG. tion"has proven'a great boon to expectant

There are three members on the Each Railroad to Have Accredited mothers by preparing the-system for the ;e

; ;: 1 commission and one man cannot Representative In Florida. coming ol baby thereby rendering child

shape and direct its policy. Whatever I favor the passage of a law requiring birth safe, easy, and almost painless. : '
Bear in mind, please that Dr. Pierce'sFavorite
{ ?F- he commission did I assisted them todo each railroad doing business in the
Prescription is not a secret or
and am entitled to whatever credit 'tate of Florida to have an accredited the i
patent medicine, against which most
the commissioners individually or col- representative residing in the state intelligent people are quite naturallyaverse

ectlvely may receive. For whatever i who shall have full authority to adjustall because of the uncertainty as to t

It failed to do I am entitled to my differences arising between the peo- their composition and harmless character ;

share of blame if any attaches.: I assisted pie of the state and the railroad whichbe but iS a JIEDICIXE OF tOWN COMPOSITION j i

in drafting every new rule and represents. This will prevent a ,a full list of all its ingredients being a t

regulation of the commission and all great deal of friction, and the people printed, in plain English, on every bottle- |

amendments thereto, and an examination : : will get speedy relief for any wrong wrapper.. An examination of this list of
of those adopted and amended which they may have sustained from ingredients will disclose the fact that it is _
non-alcoholic in its composition chemically -
while I was on the commission will the railroad. pure, triple-refined glycerine taking i ?

how that there is not a single one Exercise of Pardoning Board. I I the place of the commonly used: alcohol, t
it
connection i
In its make-up. In this: : ffj i
that was net in the interest of the people The power to grant pardons to per- may not be out of place to state that the S I

and in farther restraint of the powers tonsonvicted of crime should be exercised Favorite Prescription" of Dr. Pierce is + i
the only medicine put up for the cure of 1
of the railroads. with the greatest prudence, ii
and ailments
woman peculiar weaknesses -
Constitutional Rights and Duties of and if elected I will give the closest and sold through druggists, all

Governor. personal attention to all petitions for the ingredients of which have the unanimous ,
and hold endorsement of all the leading
l pardons myself strictly accountable -
S Xo man is good enough or pure medical writers and teachers of all the
enough to l>e vested with power outside to the people for all pardons several schools of practice, and that top

jAr' II the law, which must always bel'upr'm granted. as remedies for the ailments for which i
.
Favorite Prescription" is recommended.A
State Insane AsylumThe I :
If elected governor I will little book of these endorsements will
obey the law iu the minutest mattersas care of ttte indigent Insane is be sent to any address. post-paid, and 4 5

t- well as in the greatest and observe one of the most sacred duties of the absolutely free if you request same bypostal

It as humbly as I shall expect: it to be governor, and shall advocate any legislation card, or letter of lr. K. V. Pierce
N. Y.
Buffalo
> JEFFERSON B. BROWNE.Platform observed by the richest or the poorest which will tend to the comfort Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con- r

citizen. More than thl I will obey and welfare of those unfortunate per- stipation. Constipation is the cause of a*

... the spirit as well as the letter of the eons whom God in his infinite wisdom many diseases. Cure the cause and you *I
the disease. Easy to take as candy.
cure
law, for a chief executive cannot set has deprived of their reason and will

f of the example of being himself above the give to their condition my most scrupulous ft'

law and expect to build up a law abiding personal consideration.I Lakeland's Berry Shipments. .

citizenship. (Lakeland News.) i
: The constitution of Florida provides: have undertaken to give you an t I

ii: Jefferson B. Browne 'The powers of the government of the outline of some of the policies that 1 The past week berry shipments t' ,rf I
: have been heavier than at any time
will advocate in to the
state of Florida shall be divided into my messages \ I
three dt'pl1rtments-Ietlslatin, executive legislature if elected governor and previous during this season, a total : h

: r.j CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR. and judicial-and no person prop- rust that my views on governmental of 254: refrigerators having gone -out pup

erly belonging to one of the depart- matters meet with your approval. The to last night amounting to upwardsof

.. ments shall exercise any powers appertaining candidates are before you to choose 20,000 quarts. The prices, while I
to either of the others, except from, and I shall not attempt to detract -
not quite so high as last week, remain i
Clear. Positive and Without Evasion or Dodging oft in cases expressly provided for by from any of the other gentlemenwho ;

this constitution.."-Artk':e 2. offer themselves for the position satisfactory, the average net returns
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Any Issues-Not the Candidate of Any Faction
The spirit of this enactment prohibIts of governor. I would not show my fitness to the grower being 20 cents. 1

Interest or Particular Business.I any interference by the .legislative, for the position of governor to The warm dry weather of the past

." executive or judicial departments of prove them unworthy, and if I have few days is having an unfavorable ef-

the government with any of the rightsor nothing more commend myself to : feet on the fruit, both as to quality

I am'a native Floridian, born in Key of the adoption of the present ballot prerogatives of the other and I regard you than an attack upon them I am and quantity. Unless a timely rainfalls l'

West. My mother was born in St system in Florida, and on the first day this inhibition as most important poor material out of which to make a I 4
will fall off t
Augustine In 1824 and Is now living of the session of 1SJXJ I introduced a for the preservation of a true republican governor. I would not willingly plant shipments probably I *

F 'In Key West. :My father was born in concurrent resolution providing for the form of government.Will a thorn in any mans bosom nor would the coming week. Indications still 41

appointment of a joint committee or It add anything to the satisfaction of point to the season lasting until April -
/:: Virginia and came to Florida in 1S30. Not Attempt to Dictate to or Con- ..
both houses to whom should be re nomination to know that other )
He was the last survivor of the StJoseph's trol the Legislature.It my any 10th. as shipments from Starke will
ferred all bills on the subject of elections man be disappointed pained by 1
may or probably not be heavy until that time .
convention that met in 1838 will be my duty and pleasure to ,
and was made chairman of that he result an(11 ask: my friends to conduct -
recommend to the certain though fruit is going from there
some
legislature
and framed the constitution under
committee and drafted a bill (S. B. their campaign in my behalf upon .
:. which Florida was admitted to the Union :;:re), which was introduced by me on measures, but I will not attempt to this principle and in this spirit. That now. The Louisiana berries are also
dictate to the what it shouldor
legislature
0: In 1845. May 23. S. J. 1893, p. 705. On :May I am ambitious to hold this: high office said to be backward. l' .
should not do will I
nor personally
,4 On of the Leaders In the Great Anti- 25 I called it up. but after a long, solicit the vote of any member of the I do not deny. Since my first entrance Heavy individual shippers during

i i corporation Fight of 1891. hard fight it was recommitted by a legislature for or against measure Into public life I have made a study of the week were the Reynolds family,

_ I have attended every state convention vote of 12 to 8, with Instructions to pending before It. I shall any make my governmental affairs to try and fit who sent out 1,120 quarts from one t
strike out all sections providing for
1- since 1SSO, and my vote and my recommendations and give my reasons myself in some degree to perform the picking: D. K. Turner, 480 quarts; J.

voice were always on the side of the voting by what is known as the Australian therefor to the legislature, as the constitution duties of high office if it were ever my P. Combe, 267 quarts; Joe Smith, 270 t
{ ballot system. S. J. ml. But good fortune to obtain It. But my ambition t '
people. In 1891 as president of the requires, but I will not use quarts. -
t Florida senate I stood with fifty-one the seed had been sown, and the sentiment methods which would be condemned ItpradIct.11 is regulated by principle and I t
t I of the people of the state for am incapable by the nature and fore- 4
by a private citizen. !
A Knockers
for six weeks
others and fought
honest elections was *;o strong that it The constitution further The of my convictions of seeking: personal
t" against the attempt of the corporations was not long before it was written in governor shall take care the says laws be advancement through any course of a man who can't see good in any person or a ;-!
thing It's a habit caused: by a disordered ,
to'dominate our politics until success of which honest convictions
the law. public policy my
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t faithfully executed.-\rtide, Sec iver. If you find that you are beginning to
crowned our efforts by the election of First Advocate For State Regulation of tion 4Ills. are not the mainspring: and ee things through blue spectacles, treat your '

j that grand old commoner Wilkinson Primaries.I duties are with the execution the life. liver to a good cleaning out process with liilard's 1 m "

CalL The corporations were deep in was the first to advocate state reg i and not with the enactment of laws These policies which I will favor if dyspepsia Herbine., indigestion A sure sick cure headache for constitution biliousness -

and introduced I I shall take elected are instruments only of my all liver, btoiuach aDd bowel troubles t
;politics and were factors to be taken ulation of primary elections .special charge of the faith-
account of in every campaign. They senate bill 123 -to regulate the ful execution of all laws on the statute higher! aim and purpose-to bring sold by Tituaviile Pharmacy and Banner
and good will to our citizens, to )ruz: btore. t
and to txK ks. peace
of >
resorted to every known political art holding party primaries, 1

I aDd means to win that fight, and many punish illegal voting" and false swear Favors Law to Limit Candidate's Ex people remove] and partisanship from the administration from among the of J. H. Wynn has a pineapple in his
Ing at the same. S. J.,1803.
.g good man waa not strong enough toresist Measured by the standards of favor penditure. the government to encourage capitalto yard that aside from being a curiosityhas
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I shall
their overtures. Had the men Ing a railroad commission and advocating recommend to the legislature: seek investment In our state! and restore quite a history. John Beard, a .
the of bill to limit the
amount
who comprised that fifty-two been susceptible the primary election system, passage a that prosperity we so Ions en- sailor well known to all the pioneers *v
candidate in .
to any Improper influences, my record is good and strong. Beginning election.a I consider may spend this a primary loyed but which seems to be seriously of Indian river, brought a few of the I

whether of money, promises of political with the contention of 1884 and absolutely necessary -, menaced' by the acts of politicians wh 1 .
to the preservation of the pineapples from Honduras and planted
pri
preferment and the alluring prospectof in state convention since that have considered only their own politi- .
every .
system for if the methods hem his which is
nary present on place now occapied -
power or threats of political destruction time-on the state: executive committee cal advancement and not the prosperity
that fight would never have been and in legislative halls, in season (continue and there is every reasonto and welfare of our state and our by many residences on Orange 1
think they will will
won, by the people, and those who and out of s-easou-I have been in the grow worse we people.If atenue. The pines, though desertedfor

fought that good tight can be trusted forefront of the fight for the people soon one reach who a has point no rich where backers no poor can manor It these views suit you. I ask your many years, managed to exist, and -:

while they live to protect the interests interests. support. Sincerely yours.JKFFEUSOX .
nominated to a high office and the: three years ago Mr. Wynn secured one
of the people. They were tried in the If 1 were susceptible to corporation: : : B. BROWNE. .
minor Voiinty; positions> will be withIn of the suckers and now has four large
furnace of Are and proved pure gold. influence or control, I would bagone \ t
the reach of those only who are ableor plants one of which is bearing. The ,
Not a New Convert to the Cause of the over to that side when they were FavoriteMrs.
willing to risk a large sum of money Neighborhood I
have leaves armed *
plants long narrow
People.I dominant in our politics and not ut
to obtain them. Those who have gone E. D. Charles,of Harbor.Maine,speak
this time when the people are in the with huge sharp spurs. The young
am not a new convert to the theory to the expanse of purchasing; the otfiV D2 of Electric Bitters says: hit i is a neighborhood
that the people and not the corporations saddle. 1 could have "'''''11 /governor, will lie tempted to repay themselves In favorte: here with us." It deserves' apple is on a long stem, and the fruit

shall govern for I was fightingthe in 1S-r_ had I not l>eeu true to the in some way or other from the office I to tit'a favorite everywhere It gives quick when ripe is said to contain a profusion 4
tereM* of the iteopie in lS! !11. relief in dyspepsia, liver complaint kidney
battles uf the people against tremendous do not say they will, but they should derangement. malnutrition nervousness' of fully developed seeds.-Fort '

uddit and influences long before Not a Corporation Man or a Corporation not he so tempted. weakness aud general debility. Its action on Pierce Tribune. '

it became the popular side. Candidate. the Mood, as a thorough; purifier makes it
I Prohibition.I .
useful medium This
especially as a sprina!
Favored Strong Railroad i I have iu'\er U"'n :i corporation man Suffering and Dollars
Have Always
favor 1>prohibiting sale of in- grand alterative tonic id *>'M under guirauteeat : Saved'W.
not u:... now and IH-MT expect tot !"
Commission. I am the Banner Druz Store. 50\ .
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I toxii'atin? liquors in the stale of FlorIda K. S, 1"'I* ro..r Manila. X. Y.. nays I
From my earliest political career I lv one in the future unit's by "rorprati <. ; but I did not espouse this cause am a r.irpenter and bare had wally severe .
advocate of railroad < Mall i. meant one who i> alliiMy >,..- During the electrical storm of Tuesday cuts healed by BII'kleu'srr.i..... Nilte. It II
have lieen" an a for olitical! ad\antasre.. for I knew that
fair in ,h't+1in:: t"-tweea the has saved! me aiiiTt-rinz unit dollar Itli Sby ,
voted against abolishing night lightning struck one of themasts
and
law .
commission I would th"rl'lll.e. the support o f far the best healing SAlnI have ever
the railroad commission: in 1SU. I't..11I1. and the ci rpt'rationt ,. and whpractices 11I111)lIIen who are my warm persona of the British steamer August found Heal.-'.un.$. -..re>. ub-vrs. fever sores, I

S. J.. PPStt: !, 837, s3'i. that strict impartiality in his: friends without the assurance of any Belmont, splintering it. According to mrixrna: and piles:.. -.'"..... at Uinuer Drug Store. !
railroad commissioners dealings with them which a conscieiitious -
Under that law the correspondiuc Rain. the it the flash whi .'
the observance of his oath of office men, was same -: .

) wen appointed by by some governor who requireOne of our greatest southern Corporations Transferring Cases Frorr : put the dynamo at the power plant out
awl the reason given State to Federal Courts Should Boa
that vacancy stab sown has said. The man who Be of commission, for it occurred about Tie Sower V t
its repeal was
favored Excluded From the State.I No Second Chance
the commission: was about to be would do t!.*- railroad wruus in order the same time and was '"ery'h'il.. and
on would do thH"pIf shall recommend the enactment a Good sense star- make the matt
filled by the appointment of one whom to get the jieople'ortuv* was accompanied ba crash of thuaJer. oftu- sot8 \ '
law to revoke the license of foeisn -
any
whenever he wants something
they did uot want. In order to meet | wrons The vessel is lying at Commau
he corporation doing; business in Flo
from the railroadworse than FERRY'SSEEDS
and for the further reason
that objection otli ':' ida that shall transfer a case from a dancia wharf, taking a cargo of cot -
that I kuew that the only WIito wallis public (Y
state to a federal court. Litigation I 10 ton. and was not damaged to any e-
commissionwas
bate an effective railroad Did Not Consult With Any Railroad
to make it elective, I Introduced Man About Candidacy. the federal courts is veryexpensive., tent with the exception of the splin- tre l\bi and kept Ferry'* 9.ed BFon'f' *-
and many a poor man by his! inability nee tie tuzat la tie 1-mega teiU.
senate bill 181 on May 8 providing for I did not consult with any railroad toarry his case through these trbmtals tering of the mast.-Pensacola Jour Sad Annul for 1908

electing the commissioners. This billpassed man or the repre>entati\e of any railroad jus-I nal. trio ttw wh l e S *4 Story-tent FREE toe
i is prevent from obtaining .
UteMUcg. Dao'twwsecdsnilroe gottt.o.
the senate, but failed to pass with reference to liecoming; a candidate ,
p. ; 'I
tice. The tendency to transfer case M.ran t co..omit*u.

the house. nUll whatever Mii i ort. if any. is a!
' Record For Fair Elections.I I :get froui that or any other source -, of obstinate cases have been curt d lIyDoan'
3. ) the state (courts and those forein coJL : I
was among the earliest advocates' must: come to me with the clear knowl- Ointment. 50 cents at any drugstore
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,.'. THE .FLORIDA STAR fort to Key West because of the 'Inspector-General Union Veteran Legion

amount of interest found everywhere I I

: Entered at the postoffice at Tihuvflle as along the line by the above congressmen. Says UI Can Recommend Peruna ai a Safe and Reliable Medicine"

second-class mail matter.ZIIU '.
,Y VETERAN IZGION ?l.

8. Wager Editor and Publisher.g Big Elephants CapturedTwo High Officials and Prominent to ,

big elephants belonging to the Citizens
= PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
Van Amberg circus made their escape

while being loaded on the cars at LiY

c SIJUSC1UrTION.151.ti0PERANNUMf Oak Tuesday night of last week. The Give Unqualified Endorsementto

+ "dy.1'tI.ln Ktrr Furnished on following dispatch from Valdosta, dated Pe-ru-na.
i
Application. Sunday tells of their capture.

The two big elephants which escaped -
r i It roust W clearly understood that neither for from the Van Amberg circus No Medicine in the World Can i l ti j
: THE STAll nor its editor is responsible /
opinions expressed by correspondents. last Tuesday night were rounded up In Produce a More Impressive ( + i3 Sir,f j''

John Peeples' farm, seven miles from

ThE political situation in Brevard Jasper last night and were later taken Array of Testimonials

remains in statuquo. There are no in charge by four or five men from

new announcements this week. Quite the circus the regular keepers of the Every Testimonial Given in the

F a few of the candidates took advan- big brutes taking the lead in the cap- '

tage of the opportunity to visit our ture.The Exact Words of the Testifier. .! N'r ls. 7Uig'J

town Wednesday (when crowds of elephants were at large four + R .

people were hereto see the circus) days and nights and created no end of Terrible Case of Indigestion tai s ss series < ii

situation terror In a section of country from Mr. Donald Rot\ Jr.. 16 WrIghtsAve.
_E and talk over the political ., :Nova S."tiaCanad&, IVputy Supreme \IIIIllhIIIiIIi cjkilIhP//! !;;
miles
i and fix up their political fences. twenty-five to thirty-five across Chief Ranger,Independent Orderof
though the keepers claim there was
Forrester,writes:
On Wednesday Judge Jones granted not the slightest danger from the "While on a visit to Boston 1 must

ed the petition in mandamus broughtby beasts, as they were perfectly tame. have eaten something that did not agree -: 1ir\

Jas. T. Sanders and F. B. Stdne- One of them it seems, has the runaway with my stomach, as a terrible case of .

of Miami, against the Dade habit, and has taken outings be. Indigestion followed. Peruna was
man,
recommended to me, and after
using j
fore though nothing like the last trip.
Democratic Executive committee -
ti' County three bottles I"a entirely cured. I feOL.
: l to compel said committee to A Valdosta man who was formerly therefore recommend Peruna to any one

assemble and properly reorganizeand with the circus says that the ele- suffering with stomach trouble.

phants are easily frightened and that Every Trace of Catarrh Gone.
and
place the offices of judge solicitor -
t ccouots for their runaway. He says Mr.James P. Bracken,610Tenth Ave.,
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of the criminal court of record .
I they are more afraid of a rat than New York City,N.Y., has occupied the HOMER RIGCS.
t official ballot to be voted
on the office of Water of New York '"
Inspector
they are of death and a panic can be
in that county at the coming pri- easily caused by a rat running among City for the past fifteen years. He Col. Homer Rigg Inspector General on the staff of the Na'ionU Ooan- .
carries! mary. them. A Lowndes county man who
i. r ness at 610 Tenth Ave. lie is Post Washington, I).C., as follows
h Work on the county road from the was in Live Oak when they escapedand iKpnty of Grand Knights of Reigna "I thank you very much for calling my atttention to Perura. It is a

- -.ct. southern town limit was commenced who helped trace them the first !: Celia Council Knights of Columbus, N. pleasant and effective tonic cures and prevents coJsnd utL.rr1..1 affections
night and the next day says Y. He writes a* follow: and also acts upon the ll\"er. I can recommend it *J a sate and reliable -
L..} week. At but two oi
last present "
: they spent the first night in "For nearly a dozen years catarrh has medicine.
the county teams are at work, al'I bothered me in one form or another. I
i"f. there. - -- - - - - -
a veritable jungle near
"- though several could be used was troubled with nasal catarrh, that p-a ; d- r .
: ';' more The next day the keeper caught up winter, have found Peruna create Peruna in ta'uet form, and tba1rstrenuous
; to advantage. The holes in the road had affected my stomach which troubled most beneficial and commend it for what labors \s just teen crowd
had them
t with them and apparently
f iro-t in the
then me morning. My appetite it has done for me." with sn<' !'s. People v .,o object to
and
are first filled up a top under good control but the crowd was poor and I did not seem to
liquid medicines eau now secure i'eruniUblela.
dressing of marl is applied. The came up and they ran off again. They relish my food. Indigestion; botheredme Relieves Mind and Body. There tablet repre;;tat lint
I' :Mr. G. W. Woodbury, Rogers, Ohio
marl is hauled almost two miles- then went into lake and at times also.
a large swam medicinal ingredi>nt* of reniRa,sad
formerly Captain and Center of theHiram
from near the county home and six across it, leaving their pursuers be- i "I was advised to take Peruna, and I. College Basket Ball Team, each tablet is equivalent to one avers:.
took it as prescribed for a month, when
loads constitutes a day's work for a hind. In that way they got entirely my cure was almost complete. Today i writes: dose.

, team. F. E.. Stone is in charge of: away from the keepers and later on there is not a trace of catarrh in my I. "When body and mind alike were The Family Relies on Pe"ru-no.

: \ the work. The new road roller has the farmers began to organize to capture system,and I can say without hesitation weary and refused to work a few dosesof A. llowiti Xicker-on, Captain U.s.
Peruna restored lost strength and invigorated -
4 arrived, but owing to an exorbitant or kill them. They were fired that Peruna cured me. quicker and more permanently Army, Adjutant General on General

F freight charge the county commissioners upon several times, which only addedto Agreeable and Effect he Tonic. than anything I know." McCouk's staff, writes from the OBM
John Finn Buildin ,ashinjrton, I).C.,as follow
i have decided not to accept i it their fright. They swam streams Corporal Washington, D. :
: C. veteran soldier of the Civil War a. Unhesitatingly Recommends Pe.ru.na. "It affords
broke through wire fences thoughthe me great pleasure to COMmend -
at present. The heavy roller could as J. Edwin Browne, National Com-
prominent Grand Army man and Com- Peruna as a most excellent tents
now be used to advantage in surfac- fences were mere threads, and mander of the oldest post in the United mander Army and Navy Union of U.S. i with many medicinal qnalitie that ss-
' tore down whatever came In their States John A Rawlins Post No. 1 de- A.,410 llth St., N. E. Washington, D.C.,
ing the road, but since the above has i fist nature in overcoming the variwu
way. partment of the Potomac Grand Armyof writes: ills with which the human family it
been in the matter
put type freight "I have no hesitation in I
# endorsingyour
writes
the Republic, : often afflicted and is always in danger.
has been adjusted and the roller will "Peruna recommended to Peruna as a most efficient cure for I I I
4 was
; s PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTS me by "As a general thing; I have been op-
be put to work next week. many of my associates,and I have givenit catarrh. My own experience and that posed to what are known as patent
a fair trial. Have found it a most of many friends who have been bene- medicines but Peruna ha long cine
Announcements under this heading $5.00, fited by its use recommend it to all per-
agreeable and effective tonic, pleasant, overcome this feeling. 11 is no r,as 11 has
OversightByan published until the first with an exception "
primary sons suffering from that
soothing, and leaves one free from the complaint. been for time, ell-eoi bltilMd
' made of f2.V) for county comimssion- along a \\ ta I
unpardonable blunder the rrtdnd members of the school board, the fee deleterious effects produced by the many Pe.ru.na Tablets. I family medicine with us, upon wbith
1 following paragraph was overlooked to be paid in advance. nostrumsnow on the market. I have For two years Dr. Hartman and his' we rely to give; tired nature bubtanuai f

in the presentment of the grand jury suffered from catarrhal afflictions the assistants have incessantly labored to restoration."
\ For County CommissionerTo I
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:' the Voters of Brevard County For State Senator, 13th DistrictI
f STAR:
I hereby announce myself acandidatefor hereby announce myself a candidatefor
Tax Collector-We also wish to file county commissioner from district re-election as senator from the thirteenth -
our regrets in the similar case (referring No. 2, subject to the action of the pri- ; senatorial district of Florida Low Prices for LimberTITUSVILLE
;:r. to our county treasurer, Mr. mary. If elected I will endeavor to subject to the action of the Democratic

I-;. John Henry) of our worthy and ef- give the people a fair and impartial ser- party at the approaching primaries.F. .

ficient tax collector, Mr. E. W. Hall, vice. Respectfully, M. HUDSON. I
served for JOHN R. MIOT.
who has us faithfully ------ LUMBER CO.

about twenty-three years In his re- For State Senator, 13th DistrictI
I
e.g from this office we feel that For County Treasurer hereby announce myself a candidatefor

t' '. we are losing one of our most consci- Courtenay, Fla., March 25, 1908. state senator for the thirteenth sen- Are now selling PINE LUMBER al the following low prices :

entious,able and faithful officers. atorial district composed of Brevard
To the Voters of Brevard
Cocoa and News Coiiuty St. Lucie and Dade counties, subject to Framing dressed four sides- $ 15.00B
i Rockledge pleaser ,
r. Having decided to announce myself as the will of the Democrats as expressedat
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copy. a candidate for nomination at the com- the ensuing primary. and better Flooring, Ceiling and Siding20.00
ing Democratic primary for the office of J. W. WATSON. ,
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: Government Survey Probable county treasurer, I respectfully request ___ _
H* your support, promising you that if nom- For County CommissionersWe No.2" "
mated and elected I wil'fulfill the dutiesof ____ 10.00
A bill ordering a survey of an inside respectfully announce that we
4- the office in the interest of the people shall be candidates for county commissioners Sheathing dressed one side----------------- 10.00
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from Beaufort
water route toe .
of Drevard county, as in the past from our respective districts at
Key West and looking towards an when I was honored with jour confi- the next primary election.

, t", inland route eventually extending dence. Trusting that our services meet your F. O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROMPT SHIPMENTS I III
f Very respectfully approval, and that we will receive your
j Y from Boston to Key West will II. SAMS. _
very JNO: _
support. f We remain yours truly, -- --
probably be introduced in congressat -- --_._-- _. J. M. OSBAV, Dist. No. 1. II ject ;the action of the coming Democratic :j: For State's Attorney

an early date, as the result of the For RepresentativeI J. R MlOT. Dist. No. 2. primary and would thank you j
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R. A. CONKLIVG, Dist. No. 3. kindly for your support. I hereby announce my candidacy fur
visit south of Congressman J. Hampton am a candidate for represenativ T. A. ROBINSON, Dist. No. 4. Respectfully, I nomination to a second term of office of
Moore, of the third district of and respectfully ask the support of all T. J. COCKSHLTT, Dist. No. 5. A A. STEWART I state's attorney in and for the 7th judi-
Democratic voters in the pri- _
coming --- -- ----- cial circuit of Flonda subject to the
i Pennsylvania,and Congressman J. H. mary.'e truly For RepresentativeAt For Supt. Public InstructionTo Democratic primary to be held on May
Small of North Carolina. R. B. TE\V ART. 19th, 1908. If trusted
the Yotl'1'1'of Brevard C/omity again with the
the solicitation of friends I
my
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Congresman Moore is president of For Member School Board, 3rd Dist. hereby announce myself a candidate for Yielding to the solicitation of many office by the people, I will most as important I have
the Atlantic Deeper Waterways representative from Brevard county in friends I announce myself as a candi- always striven to do
perform
I announce myself a candidate for re- the next legislature, subject to the ac- date for nomination before the coming my duty
impartially and
sociation and Congressman Small is fearlessly for the best
,
member of the school .
nomination a*> tion of the coming primary eltction of primaries.If interests of the state.
> :: one of the prime movers of the or- board for the third district, and a!';k the May 19th. My platform will be pub- nominated and re-electtd I shall use JOHN C.

;' ganization, as well as a leading member support of all if my past record as such! lished in THE STAR in full in the mar m> best effort as in the past, to pro- States Attorney 7th Judicial JONES Circuit.,
# has been satisfactory I have been a future. J. W. OMJAN. mote the interest of our whole public
I of the National Rivers and lIar- resident of Brevard county for 34 v ears, -- --- -- -- school s j stem. Kespectfullv. --- --- --- -

bors congress. The association is a E. 1>. A R (iLn. For Member of County School Board JOHN WALKER.. NoticeTo
_. .. -- the Voters of
I -- Ru'yard (
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ti recently formed organization for the We, the man friends, announce the For Tax CollectorTo
the NoticeI [name of J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge, I After reading the notice of John Henry I
of
agitating deepening
;r-t f purpose Fla., a clean, straight, capable man, as the Voters of Brrtard louutjI : in our last week's county papers, stating -
respectfully announce myself
as a
;* of the waterways along the Atlantic candidate at the next primary election 'candidate for member of the county herewith announce my candidacy for that under no circumstance,will he
.
r1 k- coast. But much has already been for rc'- lection as sheriff of Erevan school board for this, the second district the office of tax collector of Brevard be a candidate for any office at the next
>;' county. I ould appreciate the earnest and ask the support of all good county. If elected to this office I prom- primary election, I herewith announcemy
lately
accomplished. Congress -
.i passtr candidacy for the office
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citizens at the primary of
support of all our people. coming ise to give my best services to the pee.ple county
ed a bill providing for the survey oft Yours truly, MANY FRIF\DS. and trust I will receive their sup- treasurer Brevard count). If elected
to this office I
.\" -, an inland route from Boston to JOSEPH I'. BROWN -For-Member- of School- ; BoardTo port at the coming primary. people of the county promise as to good give service to the
as
PHILIP H WRIGHT
:i'* Beaufort with the ultimate} intention the Voters of P.rc\ard County has been given bj our present aDd most
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. '' the proposed route to For RepresentativeI 1 -- efficient treasurer. I trust that I will
of extending respectfully announce myself as> a For of receive -
Supervisor Registration
.*., Key West. respectfully announce myself as a candidate i at the next primaries for school your support J. F. \\OOTEKFor I
, ; candidate for representative in the legislature board member for district No 1. I T.. the IK'nun-ratir Voters cof BrelardCounty.
":" Sentiment seems very favorable i iI in I from Brevard county, at the shall appreciate the support of all. I am a candidate for renomination by Tax Assessor

I? both the house and senate,and among primary election to be held Mav I 19th. A. J. CARTER. the Democracy of Brevard county for
f other government officials at Washington My platform is "The will anil wish of the office of supervisor of registration.If To the People of Rre\anl louoty
the people of Brev ard county. I haveno NoticeTo nominated I promise a continuance I respectfully announce myself a* a
fi. toward this movement. pet schemes, and,if elected,will only- the Voters of lire ard County. of a faithful performance of the dutiesof candidate for re-election as county tax
Steps will probably be taken towards go as your representative." Thanking you for past favors I again the office. Soliciting the support of assessor. Trusting my work ba BMI
tP. securing for an inside I i i Thanking you for jour support, I re- beg to announce myself as a candidatefor all in the primary, your approval and thanking yea 'f",
i..i1 survey main Yours truly, I re-election to the office of clerk of I am very respectfully}) jour support, 1 rtmamoars tr 4s. I
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j route on down the coast from Beau- Jon\ HOUSTON. the circuit court of Brevard county sub- \V. S. NonwooD..r.i "W. IL IIAht.

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);.&": ;"'<. .TO' .' MURDER WILL, OUT Resolutions of Sorrow I'- .

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; :",; ; The Packwood Murder Cases to officers of the executive

p.:;"' T ..... %:\;\I.,RAHD JURORS be Tried in Court Again department of the State of Florida, EMGLAHDSAYS fti1
.l held in the executive office Monday
: There is an old saying that "mur
C nilssioner Coclstntt Gins March 23, 1908, it was resolved that Intelligence
der will out," and it is possible that
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this old saying will be verified in Vo- NO ALUM EJ
'; ; sJl kk in. Regard to Public Roads lusia sorrow of the death in Washington ,

> .%i f t .: '-'Tftusville, April 8th, 1908. county. D. C., on March 22, 1908, of the
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< ",,"'7 "":. Grover Allen, of Oak Hill, who so Honorable William James Bryan, junior
',', '/';Bftorof.Tat FLORID STAB
'; successfully ran down the Clintonsand United States senator from this INFOODf
: 3t! : : : : Will you.please give us space in secured the evidence on'which ,State, and that the undersigned do.

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i -- criticism that is going on in the counm1.ff the burning of the Goodrich house at the death of this honorable and dis- and strictly prohibitsthe

...;\ ty caused by the presentment of the Oak Hill is after the Packwood murderer tinguished citizen and trusted repre- sale of alum i

,:- ;,_.?" 'last grand jury in regards to the and has evidence which he sentative of the people, whose short baking powder- E
$9,500 spent by the road commissioners 'will take before the next grand jury.In life had been so richly filled with use-

'I an interview granted the De- ful and meritorious achievements, and So does FranceSo

z The road question is like a carbun- Land News Allen stated that the gave such rare promise of brilliant

cle,touch it on any side and it makes same parties who were tried in 1893, and valuable service in the future to does Germany
a howl: We as board think !,I the people of Florida and of the na
we convicted, granted a new trial by the The sale of alum foods

have done well out of the sum named. supreme court and acquitted for the tion. has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Columbia
Senator Bryan was jn many ways
We have built 81-2 miles of solid murder of Miss Bruce-one of the I
the foremost young man of Florida.At and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as
road and repaired 16 miles, cleared poor victims-and others will be im '
the of 31 when his
right,of way for roads at a cost of plicated. splendid early career age has been years closed in injurious. To protect yourself against alum, >

$150. Hiram Cowart,of Seville,to whomit obedience to the Divine Will of God. when
r At the of the ordering baking powder
request grand jury
is claimed that Marion Clinton Mr. Bryan had, by the example and
: the board inspected oiled roads at made a confession, also granted the activities of a clean, vigorous, brave

Jacksonville-cost $141.40. That News an interview and restated the and manly life, won the confidenceand Sq plaingBftVALBAKING-

was our per diem and actual ex conversation he had with Clinton respect of the people of Florida

penses. Had we demanded what the while, the jury was in session. and the devoted friendship and admi-

law allows, (per diem and mileage) Cowart told the story, as he claimsit ration of those with whom he was as-

K it would have been much more. That was related him by Marion Clin- sociated. He represented with un-

comes out of the,road fund. ton in 1893. He induced Clinton to common faithfulness and conspicuous and be sure get Royal
We have put in one carload of tilingto ability the highest aims and noblest very you
go with him into an near
orage grove
replace bridges and are waitingfor DeLand while the traditions of the people of Florida Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape
one night grand
another car. We have repaired jury was investigating the case. He and in his untimely death this loyal Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibility.and whole-
and devoted people are bowed in a of the food.
bridges at a cost of $600. We have told Clinton that he, Jenkins and someness

- stock on hand, for road purposes, McRae were sure to be indicted and great common grief. and
Learned, ambitious, eloquent
I paid for;five acres of marl in district advised Clinton to tell the true storyof universally popular, Senator Bryan

_t' No. 5, $200; shell in district No. 3, the crime and throw himself on was the idol of a large"proportion of
'R $6QO; road material in No. 4, $175 The newspapers are now held experiences' of Colombia and Venez-
; the of the court. This at first
mercy the people of this state, and his
sponsible for "distrust" entertained uela must be careless
mules, wagon and harness, $2,871.03. ha refused to do, then changed his rem at the bar and in the prog-I of us by Mexico. Well, the weak I foolish. It is very wonderful the or sins very the

This road work has been done in mind and told us as follows: the country was observed with feel- neighbor who is not warned by the newspaper men will have to answer

the last four months with but very Mrs. Hatch and son Bennie, Miss ings of pride by all Floridians. Yet

few exceptions. We have teams to Bruce and Frankie Packwood were deeper and stronger ties to the pub-

work without having to wait for living near Oak Hill. Will McRae lic affection Mr. Bryan furnished in a

\ some one else to get ready to work. was courting Miss Bruce. On the his stainless and unblemished character Indian River Ice Factory

v We find by experience it is a savingto evening February 11, 1901, McRae in public and in private life. His

,tax payers of at least$1.00 per day had been to see Miss Bruce and had life has been a glorious victory for

for every day's work with county conducted himself in such a manner himself and a record of honor as the TITUSVJLLE, FLORIDA

t teams than hired teams at $.tOO State of Florida. It is directed that
per that he feared he would be prose-
this resolution be inscribed upon a Pure iee manufactured from distilled
day, and sometimes we had to pay cuted. Later in the night McRae, '
page of the minutes of the board of
$5.00. Jenkins and Clinton rowed up to the commissioners of State institutions to water. Prompt deliveries to all pointsA. i
Last year when it was so we could landing front of the Packwood ,
be set apart for that purpose, a copy
work,it was impossible to get teams. ,house,where the two women and two
hereof be furnished to the family of S. Piatt Proprietor
We have found by experience con- children ,
were living. The family; the deceased, and copies be also furn-
tract work is not satisfactory and
had retired. The three assassins ished to the press.
most expensive, for the reason that went up to the house and called N. B. BROWARD, Governor.

man took a bid for road work, then Mrs. Hatch came to the door and 11. CLAY CRAWFORD, KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE [

sublet it to another so both made a was shot down by Jenkins, who fired Secretary* of State. f

profit, "C." Then at another time two shots at her, killing her at the W. H. ELLIS Atfy General.A. Buggy Type

two parties bid, one high and,the second shot. Jenkins and McRae C. CROO I, Comptroller HIGH[ WHEELS SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD

other low, for fear Jack may bid in. then went into the house,where they W. V. KXOTT, State Treas.

Jack did not bid, so they had high hot Bennie Hatch. Miss Bruce and WILLIAM M. HOLLOWAY, $375 an.d: tip

and low; to get game, low withdrewhis Frankie Packwood were hiding in Supt. Public Instruction.B. Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla.

bid so the other fellow had high her room, the boy in Miss Bruce'slap E. M'LIN.

game. The board at that time was and threw him on the floor. Miss Commissioner of Agriculture.
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
working under the contract law. Bruce was then seized by McRae and Training and Athletic SchoolIs

Now we are working under the special -!I Jenkins, who both outraged and then open for all athletic training. Phys-

road law, so we can accept or reject shot her. Jenkins then cut the ical culture taught in all its branches. DEALERS IN

any or all bids, although bids throats of the victims. They then Great attention paid to gentlemen,

are put out every August, and if any changed the time of the clock and youths misses given and boys.scientific Ladies lessons and at young their Lumber and Building Materials

bid is for the good of tax payers they stopped it. residence. Boxing, wrestling, dumb- ,

r are received. If the grand jury takes up the case bell taught exercise at and the bag-punching Gymnasium.thoroughly Light- OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL

In regard to crowning roads,it has indictments may be found charging Indian club swinging taught to ladies
been done for over a ;year. In re- persons with the murder of Frankie'ackwood and girls in a few lessons, satisfaction Yards at Titnsiille, Cocoa, Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach ,

roller for guaranteed or charges refunded. Les- We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house ordersfor
gards to road over a year Mrs. Hatch and Bennie sons and special supervision given in shipment direct from the mills
we have been looking for one suita- latch. The same parties cannot person by the old-time professional ath-
ble for the county and think we haveit again be tried for the murder of lete, PROF. JOE FIELDING
of and ScotlandN.
a 3 1-2 ton, expect to put it to Miss Bruce. The parties implicatedare Ex-Champion. B. Write or call England at the Gymnasium .Wr WN'VNr"VNNi/r Vr WiNr {iNi

in the of Titusville, Fla.Keeping .
work next week. still residing vicinity

Now, in regard to county home, in Oak Hill, the scene of the crime. Open House :

the question of raising produce for Mr. Cowart claims that Clinton Everybody is welcome when we feel e,..,J. HARDWAREJas.
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commissioners decided the confession before the and we feel that way only when ourdigestive l
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"', I market n__ the county_ made same I organs are working properly. In. Kilo
it was unadvisable to do so be- grand jury that he did to him that New Life Pills egulate the action of stomach,
liver and bowels s>o perfectly one can't help
I. fore the grand jury met and so made night in the orange grove near De- feeling good when he uses these pill;;;. 2.>c.
it a part of their minutes, but owing Land. Clinton claimed that he was ,at Banner Drug Wore.
Pritchard & Son
f to the suppression of this report in forced to accompany the other men, .

f the published proceedings of the but that he had nothing to do with East Coast Meat Market

: commissioners' proceedings the public the actual perpetration of the crime.A O. F. DUKEU, AGENT Handle the Finest Lines of .
did not know it. petition has been circulated and

In conclusion will say if the grand signed by a thousand people askingthe Florida and Heavy and Shelf Hardware

jury had called the chairman (who county commissioners to employ .
I
was present) or any of the board, additional counsel to assist the states '
;
perhaps this criticism would not have attorney in the prosecution. The Western Our Stock of
been made.
commissioners have signified their
Even in the days of Capt. Kivjd, Meats t tof
I though a pirate, he had a fair trial willingness to employ Landis & Fish, Guns and Sporting Goods ,
before judgment was rendered. the most successful firm of attorneysin
R T. J. CoCKSHUTT, Volusia county, in this capacity if all Kinds, ,is complete at all times jp
Commissioners.Cured .
For County agreeable to States Attorney Jones.
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riTUSVILLE, FLORIDA
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Wm. Henry of:RheumatismMr. of Chattanooga, Tenn.. I I Tax Statement 0. A. STEWART Paints and Oils of Quality j| .
had rheumatism in bis left arm. "The .
Tax statement for the month of Mch 1911.1,
strength seemed to have gone out of the muscles '-' **.
for taxes levied and collected for the
so that it was useless for work," he says. 1W, as per Sec 35, l'hap.1115.. Laws year of = = ==- one of our Specialties l i sE
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
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wrapped applied the arm in flannel at night, and to Florida Col'ted in Am't yet _- ._u _-_,_-
my relief I found that the pain gradually left Fire Insurance
me and the strenghth returned. In three County Rt'wnueIch.$ tocolkct 2
for small orders willbe
Quotations large
or !
weeks the rheumatism had disappeared and General fund-------- $1.819.35 $ 6.416.40ehool _
has not since returned. If troubled with fund__________ 2.547.10 S.90\2.9.; **_* -- -- given personal attention. Mail Ordersb I
rheumatism try a few applications of Pain Road and bridge fund, 1091.61 3.-"!H4
Balm. You are certain to pleased with the Spec road Di>t. No. I Sort 81 1W40 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA solicited and promptly filled SE
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relief which it affords. For sale by Titus\ill ;5 172.33 134455 -f'
'I Pharmacy and all druggists. Polls (school fund)___ 15800 3302 ---

: : Farmer, mechanics railroaders laborers Total $-6.045' 20 f-21 HU .16A companies I represent of some the world of the and leading any : -I:; : :;: 1 :
Electric Oil. Takes the iW' ;
. I' ,-: sting rely on out Dr.of Thomas'cuts,burns or bruises once. [(,ir. Ct.5Sea11 Clerk.of A.Circuit STEW \KT.Court. business prompt entrusted and careful to me attention will receive \ 1ll V> > .\,I]
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s, -# would agree to consolidation but he Utlon of" child labor, eight hour day popular by refusing to be hazed and

did not say that Lilley knew of this employers' liability laws abolition of using a revolver and a detective to BEST FOR .THEBOWELS

rH EP1N l TIBJ plot Rice said that the proposition had federal injunctions and 'gambling on protect himself. Finally the recalcitrant -

t come: to him from Hugh Grant Brownof futures. whose name Is* Bloch. was i

New York and that Brown bad told Bryan Splits Democratic Club. brought to terms and signed an agree- ,the

.R, r him that If the deal were made Sen meut to submit to whatever punish- If you t.Ten't a wrU",b..ltbyla..lllellC.SZapy04*
The National Democratic club of yoa'relltorwinbe.
i is M would ment the students might dictate but powetlereyday.ud be.elL Fore.is tM ahepe of
ator Bnlkelcy of Connecticut .,ewel
ON 1 THEWORLDx [ l I see to It that the probing stopped. At New day York dinner In arranging was divided for its over Jefferson the- this did not relieve the crew captain emoothe/ !t&ste t. easiest f\r mat perfect' way of keeytaa
tate
,.g ra once Senator Bulkeley asked the committee question of Inviting Mr. Bryan to attend from suspension. the bowel cleat sad CANDYCATHARTIC clean U to;

t to call on him so that he might but finally a majority prevailedfor Wyoming's President Dismissed.The >

leny that he bad ever authorized anyone the Invitation. Thereupon Bryan trustees of the University of

thus to use his name. Rice also announced the subject of, his address Wyoming have removed President F.

charged that Charles R. Flint had madea but the managers said that he had not M. Tisdel on charges of maladminIs-
proposal at St. Petersburg to buy
been asked to speak and to that they tration. Insubordination and untruth- e
Electric company for $:_.OOO.OOCJ In case: So wired his refusalto 'hlIsd.J
Hill- British Commons objected. Bryan fulness. Tisdel had the trus-
the lake boat won lu the tests at Newport -
attend. tees with burtic? the university by po-
Home Rule Princi- and S.V50.000 "nuisance value" Incase
,Adepts Fairbanks and Tariff Reform. litical machinations. He is a nephewof
the Electric boat won. Most o' United States Senator Clark.
pIe For Ireland! Venezuela the Ulley charges Rice characterizedas Unqualified support of President EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY

Roosevelt and his policies, a proposalto Stanford Students Quelled. Pletitnt. Palatable. Potent, Tsrte Good Do
Face With malicious lies SI.i-n Weaken or Gripe: 10.that
Face to Good Never
t : Brought: At a later session Conrrt.'smanLou.r revise the tariff at a special sessionof President Jordan and the trustees of W cents per box. Wr.:e lot tree..mple.84 beet.*
.' congress next November and the Stanford university have held their let on health. Address **
American Tariff Coercion-Mi- former i ,ien-
private secretary Chicago or Hew York.
i Sterling Remedy Company
..,. presentation of the name of Vice Presi- : ground against the recent student re'volt
born made the direct charge that the
-... nority Filibuster Forces Vote boat company had, coerced Loud Into dent Fairbanks for the presidencywere and the undergraduates : KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
the salient features of the Indiana as

j > on Roosevelt Policies-Populists supporting a rival candi'Tate their Interests in his district by puttingup and I, Republican convention. The !;i a body are again- Garcia Pando, owner of one of the 't

tariff is In line with the views work. The cigar factories
plank at
i largest clear Havana
Name Watson Fairbanks -. then offering to rail him off if loud t
expressed! In a letter from Fairbanks ? ie effort to get an
Y- v.o'lld rnte their nay on submarinesfldrich 4 in New York city is in Tampa negotiating
which read to the convention, andIt k' ent to
For Immediate Tariff was agree } for the removal of his factoryto
Bill In the House. is regarded as clever tactics. Of ? t N withdraw slnPtl .
Revision-Big Miners' Strike. The emergency currency bill Intro- course the revision talked of by the r by 230 students that city. J. II. Drew has the matter

lu"ed by l'nltorIdrkh having passed vice president was of the protectivekind. failed, although in charge and will probably locate

: f Watson: Again Leads "Pops. the senate by the comfortable vote But the selection of Novembers ti / much bitter feelIng him in the Holtsinger & Swann subdivision

of 41! to li> on :March 21, the question the time was taken In some quar- : remains due : adjoining his subdivision of

w > of its fate in the house at once becameof ters to mean that the possibility of a to the action of Northwest Tampa. This factory employs -

I[ EXECUTIVE first importance. The house tnu- Democratic congress being elected I the faculty in a large number of men.

mittee on banking and currency of need not rob the Republicans of the ?ev-
-----
j # Hill to Go to Berlin Anyway. which Fowler of New Jersey Is the right to fix the tariif: according to their \ 'uts con President--Roosevelt Says

chairman and which has n beliefs. Other of the c37Jordan In the le-
currencybill
platformare
planks American
After It had been officially announced that outdoor exercise: is needed by the -
t. from Berlin that Emperor William bad of its own. has the Aldrich bill in for more economy In public expenditures : President people That's all very well lt hw

( his of disapproval hand. Public hearings are now In or- especially as to the army says thatPresidrnt can people with rheumatism:: follow that advice -
I recalled expression
.. der for one wt ek. As it stands the and navy reform of the financial system Jordan. the present trouble ? The answer is simple-use lsilard'sSnow
as to the, sending of David J. Hill as Liniment and the rheumatism will as.
Aldrich bill authorizes the issue of nit regulation of trusts anti-child labor arose from tbe determination of colt. Gives quick
the American ambassador to Germany leaving you as spry all a
{ i&- and after cabled eiDUnaticuH bail t'Jgl"eu more than 'OO.O';O.t100) of currency to labor legislation and deep water the authority to get rid of studentdrunI.cnnegs. and permanent relief fr .rn rheumatism, ueuralgla. -
be Issued to national banks upon de- ways. lame rock and all puiuk. Isold by Ti-
to the president tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug St re.
posit by them of state county or mu-
b by Ambassador Bryan Starts the Ball. Michigan Students Held. ----- --

&a Speed vonSteruburg nicipal bonds the same to be equitably What Is regarded as virtually the Tbe fifteen students of Michigan university We find In summing up our berry
distributed according to the capital
i astatement first challenge of the presidential cam who were arrested in connec- report from March 9 to March 14, Inclusive -
and surplus of the banks the banks to
1- was Issued paign. If It Is to be fought between tion with the Star theater riots have we have shipped 221 refriger-
half of
1 rent a mouth the
pay per
i;;: from the and from the of been held for trial at the May term.SCIENTIFIC .
Bryan Taft. came lips ators and about 50 bushels, mak-
: .. first four months and three-quarters of open
74- : White House baying
a 1 per cent a month thereafter.. One the Nebraska leader of Democracywhen ing a total of 554 bushels, or 1..7 23
i that the kai be spoke at the big dollar dinnerat
'
C y ser's favorable amendment Adopted by the senate jvas I quarts; and the average price being!
Kansas City. Mo. attended by .000
In
that all banks shall bold
reserve city
\/.t' opinion of Hill members of the Young Men's Democratic paid we estimate at 20c per quart
their vaults two-thirds of the
rt' e"esrequlrt'd
I ; f had never chang Club of Missouri. Judson Harmon Is the North Pole Shifting bringing the grower for last week $3-
law. Another amendmentof
17 ;.- ed but that a by of Ohio was also' down for a M. B. Colworth. the British scientist 545.70 which added to the receipts for
: : some importance which was mo"edbl
; \ casual remark in and he It the I who is conducting a merles of climatic
,
La Follette would prohibit banks speech began !Uut eagerness the past eight weeks makes the total
t conversation had to hear made.the audience I and magnetic observations in Alaska
: Bryan
f I from buying stocks Issued by corpora amount paid to the growers $:1,8115'9.:
1": been distorted. Impatient and so noisy that Harmon has reached Victoria B. C.. with the
tions controlled by the officers of the Plant City Courier.
K The president I bank.A had to quit. The keynote of Brian'stalk information that the whole north polar

t *. wished it under was a comparison between Taft region is undergoing a radical climatic 1-4 of Pound a Weekat
stood that in se- Lineup In the House. and that the itself is shifting
and La Follette. In which be made it change pole -
I' < David J. Hill. least is what a young baby ought to pain
luting Dr. Hilllor Pursuant to his announced purposeof plain that he regarded the latter as n so that the northern territory of in weight Does yours? If not there's ***>-

::1 } t'a. the Berlin post he bad chosen the putting the Roosevelt policies at real reformer who If be were nominated this continent is becoming warmer and thing wrong with its digestion Give it Mr-

I 'r one who of all men was best fitted least some of them up to the majorityof would command the support of that of north Asia colder. Colworth Gee's. Ruby Elixir and it will hegin gaining atonce.
stomach and aids
Cures bowel troub rei.
, for that high honor and responsibility. the house Leader Williams of the that big section of Republicans who believes that huge masses of Ice in Baffin digestion stole fretfulness, good for tot thiag

Be referred to Hill as "skilled diplomat minority April 2 began a determined want to see things done, while Taft he bay and arctic waters near Greenland babies Price 25c. and 50& Sold by Titas-

{ a student a speaker an authority vine Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.
filibuster which lasted seven hours i characterized as a bogus reformer. are causing this movement, the

', on international law, a German and kept the house In session till after I Bryan expects to see many Republicans immense weight of these masses tilting
a. scholar." It was also stated that the 10 o'clock. Williams insisted on the support the Democratic candidatesIf the earth toward Siberia. Let us all learn the lesson of patient

r- purpose of the administration was not roll call that waiting from tariff revision.
motion
on every was the RepubHcan party names Taft. Another Noiseless Gun. I
to treat the great diplomatic positions made. Payne the Republican floor
A Baby Show in Titusville
' New Daily For Socialists. Another device for making the dK
as If they were to be held only by millionaires -
1 ; ', leader denounced these tactics and declared I
>- Beginning with May 1, for the first charge of all kinds of firearms nni-,.-- would have many contestants, but it's safe to
but as rewards for faithful that the majority would do wy that the healthiest baby would wm the
less Is added tint of tlv
service. The German press now resents business in Its own way. lIe proposedthat time the Socialist party will b8a now to prize.. No baby can be healthy who uflees

," the Idea that Germany makes wealth a the house take up the topks In daily newspaper of Its own in New younger Maxim recently rep- 1. T'll1s from worms and must babies do unless they
York city financed and controlled by credited to Oliver A. !Itb ur. are kept free from them with bite's Cream
condition for the acceptability of
any the
president's In their or-
message Worcester Mass., and is difl...Mt from Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly-u: its
the members. It will be known
foreign: representative. der and that the party
t I message be distributed. own purgative. Mothers don't attempt to
; The end of this unpleasant incident but be would not permit any discussion as the New York Call an evening paper that of Maxim. It can be carrie-I about raise children without \Lite's Cream Vermi
In the pocket and be adjusted at a fuge. Price 25 cents. Sold Titunrille
devoted to the laboring classes. by
came when the president sent to the of the motion. So the roll calls
moment's notice! It consists of a narrow Pharmacy and Banner Drug feture
senate tbe nomination of Dr. Hill as went on until finally the oppositionwas Mitchell to Run a Paper.
't bar the
with
' cap a narrow across
ambassador to Germany. Along with cornered by the closure rules but John Mitchell The happiness of life
the retired head of tbe top and which adds an inch or so to consists In
'tit rat this came the nominations of Arthur not until tbe Democrats had forced
' miners' union has declined the presl.dent's the length of the barrel the something to doe something to love aud
gun cap
4 Beanpre of Illinois to be minister to their adversaries to vote down motionsIn
something to
for.-Dr
offer of a place on a commission having a bore slightly increasing in hope Chalmers
the Netherlands and Luxemburg sueseeding favor of two of the president's pet
i to investigate Panama conditions diameter from tbe outlet Inward.
Hill and of Spencer F. Eddy measures-namely, to place wood pulp his reason being that be has decidedto

\ of Illinois, be minister to the Argen- on the free list and reduce the duty onI I start a weekly' newspaper at In May Be Oldest of Temples.At .

tine Republic. succeeding Beaupre, print paper and to limit the power of dianapolis.Race Bisya. central Babylonia excava- T utt'sPilisstimulate

i Eddy being, now secretary to the em- injunction. The same day Speaker tors have unearthed what is believedto
Track Gamblers
bassy at Berlin. In tbe meantime the Cannon moved resolutions calling for Beaten. be the oldest known temple. The

formal resignation of Ambassador light on the paper trust inferring that A test vote in the New York state first inscription on the surface was on

Tower had been received .whether it this might explain the rise in the priceof senate on tbe question of postponinguntil a brick stamped with the name Dung! strengthen the the digestive TORPID LIVER,

I :-was -hastened' by the Incident or not paper. Sept. 1 the taking effect! of the which goes back to 2750 B. C. Below the bow els, and are orClal.repbte tin-

being unknown to the public. Reflection on Fairbanks Suppressed.Two proposed anti race track gambling bills this were bricks peculiar to tbe reign equaled as anANTIBILIOUS

j r The'senate later confirmed the nominations which had already passed the lower of Sargon tbe first Semitic king of
f or three weeks ago Senator For- house was :it; to 23 against MEDICINE,
of Hill Beaupre and Eddy. postponement Babylon in 3SOO B. C. Other bricks
aker submitted a report bearing on In malarial districts their virtues
after which the bills were advanced were found near of the convex: shape
Fleet Off For Frisco. the question of Alaskan sealing pre to third reading without are widely recognized, as they possess
op- used In 4TOO B. c.
,The battleship fleet' having finishedIts pared by II.'nry W. Elliott an expert. position.Jeff peculiar properties in freeing
the system from that poison. Clc
target practice at Magdalena bay.on in which the statement was made that gantly coated.

April 2 was ready to sail north under Vice President Fairbanks had told a Davis Beaten and Fined. I 11 SOCIOLOGICALVisit 1 Take No sugar Substitute.

command of Admiral Thomas. deliberate falsehood, In 1003 when he United States Senator Davis of Arkansas -
Evans having gone to a health resortto sought to defeat the then pending bill! was attacked In tbe streets of ---- -- --- ----

be treated for rheumatism. When this fact came to light the senate Little Rock April I by a political enemy of Mrs. Humphry Ward.In HANDY MOTH PAPER

t Trade Coercion For Castro. promptly met In secret session and named Helm and was badly beaten. honor of the noted British nO\"t'i.

recalled the Elliott report, while Senator The senator ran to his office and ist. Mr Humphry Ward who wrote
A caustic report from Secretary of A moth destroyer and disinfectant Plai't'd
Elsmere and other more recent
"Robert
got a with which to threaten :
Foraker made gun
profuse apologiesas under carpets or in the folds of fur and cMhz -
: State Root the failure of his efforts
on he bad not read It at the time It wa Helm Next morning in court Davis works; and who with her husbandhas z it drin'5 away moths and worry Twelve
"I to bring President Castro of Venezuelato submitted was fined $25 for his gun threats and just arrived at New York for an sheets in a packet oarrumprriuid 10 rv&U

1, even consider the arbitration of the Helm $10 for the assault. DI"l'i'"er- America tour, the Playground Association Six packets .*>0crnt-.if dnizs: ,td.xsii't have iL

various claims of the asphalt trust sion of the fight was that Helm hit America give its first annual Madigan 1'nu.lrr Work,Srteclion 14-16
and others was sent to the senate together .Astoria, Clark.llte, Iowa
I. I POLITICALPopulists I him with a loaded billy. banquet at the Waldorf
--- -
with a mass of correspondenceand during which a letter of greeting! to -- -

documentary evidence. The principal President Rooseveltwas
the guest from
1 claim is that of the New York Nominate Watson.
j I EDUCATIONALAgainst 1 rend lu It he
and Bermudez company, a branch of The national contention of the Peo- pointed out that

r' the asphalt trust, the Venezuela holdings p'e's' party at St Louis April 3 nominated Mrs. Ward bad

, I of which were seized by the Castro Thomas E. Watson of Georgiafor Celibate Teachers.In played an important y

. t government. The president has president and Samuel W. Williams his latest lecture on the trainingof part in the

made known to senators his desire of Indiana for vice president! despite girls for family life Professor Earl f movement for socIal -
I
that pressure be brought to bear upon the opposition= of the Bryan faction. Barnes, the university extension lee betterment besides a

, Castro by authorizing an add'tiona! which sought a postponement of action turer. took strong: ground against the winning high

. duty on the products of Venezuela an41.I until after the Denser con\entlon. The prevailing tendency wf limiting our rank In tbe worldof s

I If necessary to ('losemerlcan ports Nebraska delejmtion bolted and left the public school teaching force to cell letters. At this

! to all Venezuelan goods. hall when Democratic fusion was rejected bates. lie Insisted that this must be L_ )%! i dinner were assembled ,

The old Omaha platform was changed and that married men and most of the fsarx1
1" reamrmed in substance including direct Duchess of Marl- men and of
women should l placed In charge if I women
" I CONGRESSIONALSubmarine j issue of money by tbe government humanistic principles of family life borough. social prominenceat

distributed through internal Improvements are to be instilled. He particularlyscored the metropolis and many of the

.1 Case Continued.The public ownership of railroads the moilcru exclusively feminine charity workers concerned In tbe play ,
and other public utilities homesteading said ground and other philanthropic plans.
of the charges colleges, which he were preparing -
Investigation of land. parcels post governmental Mrs. Ward a woman of
regulation -! women to live apart from men. Imposing pres- i
i made by Representative Lilley againstthe of corporations by a general I ence and richly dressed, spoke of the FRIEND TO
Electric Boat company was resum law Whole College on a Strike. FRIEND.The .
regulating corporations doing an work in England to keep the children
t ed before the house committee' and Interstate business, initiative and referendum Almost the entire student body of the off the streets by providing public play personal recommendations

President Rice of that company was direct vote for all public officers :New York university refused to attend grounds and praised the efforts being who have been of people

s one of the Important witnesses. He with tbe power of recall federal lessons because the faculty had sus- made here. Jane Addams. the Chicago cured of coughs and
accused a rival submarine concern the the of the on account colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
crew
statute recognizing. tbe principle of the pended captain settlement worker dressed in a p>eln
Lake Boat Company of Connecticut.with Initiative and referendum giving the of his part in ducking a recalci- white gown devoid of ornaments, told )have done more than all else to make it a

having offered to have the Inquiry people power of Instructing their national trant freshman in the campus fountain. staple article of trade and commerce over

called_ off If the Electric Boat company t representatives in congress aboa This, student _had made himself un- Continued on page 7 a large part ofthe civilized world.


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