The Florida star ( April 17, 1908 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
April 17, 1908


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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:

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

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0( niae2' ande children's drt es, speia he btifnulFlodia thomeinRie.
M aatignht mo yirm y Utilf -f a 25 ents per yard. lede.
in l i Afotm terret style, fair- ae e ou'r aett athe bet. Schi ur, p..s ed Mped s .itlk
OL 41 pi that of criemes PL00ligur tht & doCd satpe l OO to $2mg e Mrs. Goo. W 3 obbigs retu a
,,"* r Pi n t i e -it bi iry m i .s for hous demm h We. .i dresme, vils mot *e
slrtegiuit bntbL TBl taak*- 6 emits p ae ya rdd hayome att d rla to a visit ve wry
llooks bes antou? in del at WllostmS.troi White bin oyaitable for ladies' friends atNow ammaada vt
", i .rlHM-. l SM $10.009, M,.00, Mr. J. ore, of Cocoa, s in skirts or Mitsa 0 ide, adl wth a to hera t- w soa, uf, at "-"
S .i $1f t$.00. town yesterday afternoon, al o D. St. 25 cents, special Monday, 15 cents Richard, at. Rallien. e, la
Mr hire. Iint oniftis Cl ir Niret, of Indianola, per yard.
WNsON ANN1d Mr.sL tw r, edthof ithe S ecprices inlaces and embroid- Abot wen.tt4 .vet peopl n w.t to
W9l4T l & spho n e n- Wher.& e^, i editor of the o wtCocoa from here y rdwe to t is
Wat.. PyohD a maeditr o d inAmanome ant of Rdm bleached IPes e7290, the Metherodim trevivareturningit
eSt TwcleTamprlai, w wia ar Wednesday and special 5 ents each. nisht vieaul with Bw Maed
cal TdRi wide iled at iTH SrAB okie. Cotton voices, in al s the latestao.e a w MaJrnd
Ca at i l 27 i w r ide, worm eath50is, mch ho ha e d leading the .o
SAt AL Postmagter Taylor left Tiesday for ial 25 cents per yard. there.
a vacation of two weeks which will Curtain w im, poa dots and bt- J. iaeMobley started up wrk
afa weather thiweekfor which be spent on Benans river and at terty pattern, stripes and chebk, wwth bI wei driving plo
* asr "a Cheater Shoas hoC of refuge. special 1 cents per yard. o
w l nl Tck t ff Wte etg t yard .Oto on agd at dow a two4mgh piped wel
W. HE. HE Gles m pen m t aWednes- Mr. G. E. PRtaet arrived home teed, 36 inches wide, pewitl per yterday fr Walter Gil. The
day m in1tusville on binea from Georgia last Saturday fora yard. plant in doing emelet work and we
h. a .. das In wn this week, about June 1st Mr. PithtAt'xpe -a ty of yr ad e .
S.. ,- M. .. . wie w'25 cents, Monday read a

l. eit" h-. lidth 1Mmblby for g tomovMe isbmi to Ge oriahAdt9.nwe e when he wil enlp tellt
SCapt. rmid areaglar witer tO hofyto Geora for eants per yard. Mr.. B.oi kindly set a box
s tor, leoftMenday for his home in t emmer. Whitenainsook specianllygoodfor af leio ora i his e
ad W eimon. r. C. F. Clark who reaentlyol wort l idcat onaot to the gh rhoo
Wua s i Roh editor of the Ree- his raif motor boat, the Bruiser, drawers, sizes fro 2 to Wednesday, when the were ditrib-
Jrdaills M B i. Hhimp ro- ~ oLaI Worth, to Mr. Vuille, of ofthe bet quali ty of lo t utto the pal, and everyone
a edat i e rit~ e. Rled. S anchored off this de with umbrella ruffle and toeks of them V rit thaend th
r raia Haor a ent a few pl ace yesterday in i private yacht Monday only 5 cents per- for Mr.S an

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to att enau m rem thea Methodtortevive ow mhe Prbth$LOD.rhat n-Wm%
N-. ar. d Satd of Taopic, on at that lace, r netuni w late that s fent le atherS ounIda5 lin h l
a et Tueskday for W htte pri aanmiht. Oi to I en thetIr ter t a q alitydpatt eater Mtir, a ta mone aof thforce i f
aek d h ll ork forA.OM them to p- Miiharrev WH rronm Ia ora unrde Bcr hee CAoror batC r Heal,
a t til after th heavy showers se Al wh nvai oord clov diok, oin eio ocoBithty. g his =-
d. Mr . ad n K oso of S. Augi- Mr. and Mrs J. C. Kent who have r ole, nw a the ua tlit ydrd foi h ride
t Mi a.riv d u If. y nd sft o ter a de t p uof rte linen twth wide si ke lsp, speir a, set i tb
porad ta f the winter here with S U.week, whn be nill eoe y the Hall

IBshaeohtdeol ctunt for do ev.en aXo t:. aeoaoUd.wtatert ; r"ner Con cetsh had
a 8a- wbi re -1 t o kno that his leasewhere theywil n sped the of the above goods. i r, Bae as atm o ah, at -
aIespet ivery mcth i btpk s od. Fe sumte Mr. and Mrs. Ken whrt and oand t
w no in r o eed, e Ger -taile m, To seade mat frien s f to detail regrdtng the new Poe
Sil ine Yorga dlw hi thei hare a made mry orietetndr aorn Notes teriaon cdhrch illedin at R ockledge
e nreC. J. oine ands am o and aSe hardho wit ee gla.d wml me a. Robo om~ illd vi this sm.onm ani. MWhit se eect to
Sei friamds spnt e ad o retthurn ne t fall. a Ste. abriechurch. sville Sn- so nrth about the first of Jn e.
a t Oalad ez cm the ndaport y eveng A .aia Whiterpad Tun 9ra A pl oi easant
eatnuisr p lt time.m M r.Wo Ws day even, A pri 1 tlih, iat
r. J Hawk arrid W.dne- To the aDenem Vee re n va t Rev. Win. Stonesw ill paeare nt alle nhie in
a day. Di.on m a nr. now will ao t Of ill health I have de- IGa -on Suday next at 11 a. I.Feis wer e otaindl, d t aw tad
S rthe b ang at San e l during headed to wi thdraw y ame. from the m t itusvlle at 7:,3 p. In. n Me r w roa ta a
ew e of the L L Yt oloumn and to tdecdine Rev, 'obe will conduct service at s.k eOE.tst
a- bs emnce of the K.M.L e9"y Si S r SHoe aE Seening Apuin and Pal 7each M r.Wt .d _S. peasan
Mr. .I. afrlight and t.ile fmze to be xa umevrt .for the office of the Presbyterian church at 70 Sun- e rve-duraad sewi m r iLne
N. Cd w lac county treasurer. In justice to my- day evening. Sunday school at 3 in tS'ar d
c one of the cottages Sanoself and my family I feel that I am afternoon. Tuesday afternoon at 3 CmAS.A. GAUS 'Ph3one
e will wor for A. Frink drin oustifiable in taking tistep. Inde- the usual praye-keeuig.B
l the s dining the kind urgings of my friends Rev. W. H. Cresson will have ser- e t l
Sthe p e. sI do so with the keen sese of viceat St. Marks church, Cocoa, on Te Britiyshsteamer Beeforth, C0-
. C-pt. n Hston, of iami, gratitude to them for their past up- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and at ,, bon from stum oore to Tam-
Sarrived Friday and snt ntil Wed- port and their present amui-nKcs. St.Johns church, EanGallue, oSn- pa or eat Cm rSpied upter the
y rme y ith has paLats 5d othot Ihave held office in this county for day evening at 7:30. All are cordial- U. S. weather bureau office she had
Srelatives wene left to em his many years and therefore feel that ly invited. been ashore on Cape Canaveral. No
a duties on the Colnnhia. now being j cannot be accusd now of shirking - -__ details were obtainable, but as the
used on the exfoin in declining to be a candidate at this New Bat For Nextproceeding to destinar-
i The I. left last Friay f te. J. F. WOOrEN. McCoy Brothers, of Daytona, have tand w uicured.
thr quarters at Lybdon, Ky. This a keel laid for a new boat service be- WaTE 'o .tl m. u be i
Sha been one of the bestwinters they Special Summer Hotel Rates tween St. Augustine and Palm Beach firsasconnand cheas. i
* have spent here and the citizens of For the summer season Palmhurst next season. They have had a very ; terms, conditions and particulars. L.,
5t Eau Gallie regret to see them leave. hotel will make special rates for table successful business this winter. 'care of STAR office.
er Colonel Fowler having pur'hased boej0d to tOnr people and to families. j
. the property it is settled now that t uhieir gatiS For Rent FoForty das aill buy a lapge second
" this will be a permanent school in Rates as follows: Tavor cottage or suits of rooms furn- hand Rider-Ericsson hot ir engine. Will
the winters to come. The tizens Table board perweek (21 meals) ished for summer. burn any fuel or rubbish such as car be
bt cwul gladly welaoe them next year. ,. meals) $4. -thing for irrigation. Apply or address
*wand g womm, $7. The Alpine Hotel STAR office.
if Orange ad Grapefruit Trees MASSEY A Co., proprietors. j tusille, Fla., F. A. Losley, man- F;i^ goi

SGrown at Shiloh, Fla., on high Enlarged pictures of ourself or your eager. On the European plan -furn- A roomy hoe on Indian river, sev-
Shickory hammnoc. Free from white loved ones given away tree to cah cus-, wished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- enty-five acres attached. Bearing trees
Sfly. One year to two year old buds. to mer limited qua cities to besp rally located -orange, grapefruit, tangerine and
Prices from 25 to 6 cents. Caref Call at Heath & Co's. store they mandarin, a few ytree.
ly Dc dand delivew atOakHil l wll be pleasedto explain full For Sale Cheap For Cash Choice location for r and chicken
station. J W. G About 88cre of good high land on rm ao boarding house in winter.
S. B i n ethe eastor ocean sideof the ndian river Full informatiths office.
I So, F. ar i T es i at the Narrows, described as follows:
to Drym Fine lot2erold &. ruitbuds, LotNo.3, section 35, alo lot No.3, ee- -Photo pMh Gafler
SMr. : sh ed d Standard, 3 tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39 Go to Faust, the ptographer, on
w Dryaborat in all kds prompt- e ah, 5.00 per 100 e.t. This land n unimproved but fe- Julia street, for artiticPto. All
. 3rt to. Meet aB tai. B 1 "lloeated. For further partiula ad- work first c and prompty attended
f. .L. HoL o, rM Low to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
I tmomile, Fla. West Palm Beach, Fl. Brockt m, Maas. l paintgs a specialty.

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a ft club bhu been organized an
with a ihue gLumbership.
SAlmot $1~ has s far been sub-
in for Pi ac 's proposed

S-IuaElt Bowden of IDuval county as
Imw Baocee that he win ll t permit
e1veay baseball in Jan c ovoUle or
.dwm wn In the comiy.
abwortL eompased chiefly of cotton
-i s-ar sad naval stores from the port
P ftmmnaa for the meth of March
ama valwe tIo $
Sesenate a ndttee on public
insnr aad grounds has ordered r-
-' Imtd a bil fo the erection of pub-
k h aUmdlig at Mlamn to coat $17Tm .
A elaborate reception sad banquet
w tendered W. H. Miltoa, Florida's
w* United States memator by his fel-
eltiss of Marianna last Teesday

-' A A makingg out" barbeew will be
I ha n Port Myers on Tesday, April
2t, whm It Is expected most of the
S imaUtes lan the coming primary will
be y n mat

orida's new senator, Ho. W. H.
MIyto, has gone to W--'i--toa to be-
l his duties. He has appointed
Amos Lewis. who was secretary to
both nrators Mallory and Bryan, de-
eamed, to be his private secretary.
Leom Grigg of Puots Gorda Is ex-
termlnating with Begliah walnut eul-
fvatlo. He has put out a few young
trme oa his place and If they bear
armtable crops, as It seems likely
they will, his experiments will prove
a great thing or that locality.
Exports from the port of Pernandl-
sa for the month of March mantSted
it value to $734,403. The exports
included nearly nine milloa feet of
lumber in addition to naval stores
phosphate and 3,000 pounds of pal-
metto leaves valued at $3,600.

The dry weather In this locality
has become serious. Orange trees are
shedding their blossoms. the grs is
wilted and brown and all v'-etatl
except pineapples are suffering for
ran. Pineapples being skin to alr-
plants do not require much moisture.
-Peuta Gorda Herald.
There are about 70 teachers from all
parts of the State, at 8tetson, taking
the Teachers' Review Course. This
is by far the largest number that ever
attended the course is all the history
of the University. This fact speaks a
great deal for the growing strength
and popularity of the University.
The Second Regiment band of
Tampa I no longer in the military
aerike a order having been promul-
gated m Tallahaee or mstering
it out of service. It has been generally
understood for some time that there
was dIwHrtsf-fton with the band, and
that it was only a question of time
when it would be mustered out.
The Miami street railway which re-
ceatly was placed in the hands of a
receiver, Commodore H. C. Room
has ceased operating its cars. It
was the intention to reorganize the-
company but the receiver's plans wer.-
blocked by the refusal of one of the
parties interested to consent to the
reorganization. It is likely the plant
and equipment will now be sold un
der the hammer.
The American Kaolin Company, a
corporation composed of Philadelphi-
ans and capitalized at $200.000 are pre-
paring to open up rich felds in the
little town of McMeekin. The com-
pany have found rich beds of kaolin
in that section and will erect its plant
there this summer. This bed of kao-
lin is said to be unsurpassed in quan-
tity and quality by any deposits of
plastic clay in the South.
One of the longest long distance
messages on record passed through
Tampa Saturday night. when Toledo.
0.. anti Sarasota. Fla.. were connect-
ed by 'phone and parties at each end
of the line conversed for several min-
utes. trans.c!ine. presumably. some
very important business. The distance
between the two points is close to fif-
teen hundred miles. Connection was
made between the two points by way
of Cincinnati, Ohio. Demorest, S. C..
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Te haveI th pim a a e- do a bd book
mrW; to be emtnhy fe to s~arif,
daagewms rimry disedesr i enough to
make any kidney uW errr igatealL To tell
bow this areit change can be brought about
will prove cforting words to hundreds of
Friday laden.
A. Oertlad, mesme, of4U L.8t., Peaola,
Flatell howtodoit. He amys "FIrom M
ezxorieae with Doaa's Kidney Pills I eaa
dsurglyy resumed thm to sayme i need
eta aod medidae for the kidneys. Kidney
mplmint ad leekach rmue-d e liferia
at iterval for yea. The ins or acond at-
tack I didot mind, bht u time went by they
grew wore sad at time laid me up. I cold
baldly walk sad it was a diealt matter to
strieae after tooping while the kidney -
retau were irregularsad natural. Dum's
Kidney Pills cared me. From personal ex-
periemee I know that this nmsedy ma be de-
pe dedopou to fallll the reprematatious
made fr it."
For Sale by all dealer Price s ceata.
Foater-Milbam Ce., Bufalo, New York, sole
agent for the United States. *um ber the
me-Doma's--aad take so other.

Shipments of cigars from Tampa
for the week ending March 27 exceed-
ed four millions, showing a constant
growth in the output. The importa-
tions of leaf and withdrawals for imk
mediate consumption Indicate prepara-
tion for a larger output for the immed-
iate future. Prices of leaf in Ha-
vana are distinctly lower and on the
downward grade. The crop news is
favorable, and the situation is bright-
ening every day.-Tampa Times.
The Gainesville Sun calls attention
to a strange case of highway robbery
presented to the criminal court in Or-
ange county last week. Two negroes
were suspected, arrested and convict-
ed of robbery and assault to murder
and sentenced to life Imprisonment,
but before they left the jail two oth-
er negroes were suspected also. The
latter two proved to be the real cul-
prits, and the first two convicted were
released and the latter two sent up for
Effective June 1 the Atlantic Coast
ine railroad company will put into
effect a reduced passenger fare tariff
on the main line of its roads in the
State of Florida. The rates on the
main lines within the State of Florida
will be reduced from the present rate
of 3 cents per mile to 2 3-4 cents per
mile, distance traveled. On the va-
rious branch lines in the State the
rate will remain 3 cents per mile. The
company will on the same date, make
a reduction in the price of mileage
books on its lines within the state of
Florida, the rate being 2 cents per
mile on 1,000 mile books.
From all over the county, and the
orange sections in particular comes
the report that never before In the
history of the industry have the
orange and grapefruit trees been so
prolific in bloom as now and unless
the unforeseen occurs the next crop
will be a record breaker. A well
known local grower stated this morn-
ing that trees on his grove are so bur-
dened with bloom that he will be forc-
ed to cut out much of the fruit that
will result from the bloom. This con
edition is said to be general in all or- groves in the State.-Miami Me-
The steamer Manteo reached the
'locks Wednesday from Mobile an>d
'ensacola with probably l.50 tons of
freight. The owner. Mr. Slaughter.
and the general freight and passen-
ger agent. Mr. Cobb. were on board!
and~l they took pleasure in showing vis-
itcrs through the steamer. Mr. Slaugh-
ter and Mr. Cobb think that there is
opportunity for a fine trade out from
Al|alachicola. and they will strive hatrd
to develop this trade by 'lose attend
tion to business and courtesy to thl-

public. In coninon with our lpeopll.
The Times wishes for the ntew line a
large measure of success. The Manteo
winl make weekly sailings to Apa-
lachicola. arriving at the .lhw-ks We,.l-
n.iisday.-AI.;lIh: hicola Titu.*s .
About fifteen hundred pounds of
Spanish mackerel were shipped awa-;
trom here Tuesday, this catch having
been made by a boat near Indian Key.
It is reported that with the absence of
the large fleet of power boats from the
Hawk Channel, mackerel have showed
more plentiful but are not in schools
being found in small bunches along
the channel. The greatest catches of
mackerel are now being made at Palm
Beach. The fishermen at that W!ace

ue N sm His In klng and it appears
that the aah are not b teed away
as they are power boats ar.s
used. It IS nkly that aet wanted the
use of power boats around Miami will
be greatly curtailed in the mackerel
Reports from Key West state that
the sponge industry has been revived
there and the business in the city is
piekng up rapidly. Many of the ves-
sels which have been idle for months
are again at work and some of them
come into port each week with catch-
es of sponge which find a ready sale
at good prices. Since the Greek div-
ers have played such havoc with the
sponge business on the west coast, the
business men of Key West have used
every effort to keep the divers from
operating in the waters between Miami
and Key West, or what is termed by
the spongers the "windward grounds"
The owners and captains of sponce
vessels have also agreed to market
their sponge at Key West froxg now
on, thus helping the trade there--Mi-
ami News-Recora.
The torpedo boat Blakely is in dry
dock as the result of being struck by
a torpedo fired from one of her own
tubes while at target practice about
four miles from the navy yard Mon-
day. Although the captain of the
boat refuses to talk of the accident it
was learned the torpedo prepared for
a 4,000 yard range and fired. When
about 100 yards distance the torpedo
swerved and after making a complete
circle came directly toward the boat
Full steam ahead failed to remove the
boat from danger and the torpedo
struck about a foot below the water
line on the port side. A large, lagged
hole was torn in the boat and. though
mattresses and bedding were used to
stop the inflow of water, when she ar-
rived at the navy yards the water in
her compartment was three feet dcep.
A remarkable catch of fish was
made yesterday by a party of tourists
who are visiting in Miami. The catch
consisted of seven dolphin and eight
king fish. The noteworthy part of the
day's sport was the catch of dolphin.
as these fish are rarely caught in such
large numbers in these waters. The
party went out early in the morning
on the yacht Whiz and when several
miles off shore the school of fish was
found and within a few minutes the
seven fish were landed and then no
more could be caught, the school dis-
appearing as quickly as they came.
The kingfish were caught near shore
as the Whiz was returning home. This
is the largest lot of dolphin that ha-
ever been brought in by a pleasure
craft and adds another record to the
long list held by the Whiz.-Miami
The annual State convention of the
Florida Christian Endeavor Society
came to a close in Jacksonville last
Friday and the next convention will
be held in Tampa. The full list of
officers elected follows: President.
Rev. James F. Winnard, Tampa; first
vice-president. Rev. M. G. Richards.
Lake City; second vice-president. Rev
I Fred Marsh. DeLand; secretary, Miss
Grace Townsend. Interlachen; treas
urer. Mr. Charles M1. Conkling. De-
Land; missionary superintendent.
Miss Bessie Peacock. Winter Park;
superintendent of citizenship. Rev.
Geo. I.. Hansconib. Jacksonville: su-
perinten.ient of Quarter Century Mle-
morial Funil. Miss Cora L. Peet. Tava-
res. The nominating committeee was
complosel. as follows: Mr. Ralph 1W.
Patterson. 1Mihs Cora L.. Pret. Rev. M.
Ensnminger. Mrs. Bruce ant.1 Mi.s
A Conquering Hero.
Who is the man whose head is high?
To whom the people bow.
Who is it winks his other **-.*.
And says "I'll tell you how."
Who is the man who owns tihe stre'.-t

Anl weighs his pri.ld .lpor Ton?
It is the man who owns the boat
That joined the race-and WON.

81OO Keward s1o0.
Thre reader oif this paper will lie plea4sed
to learn that ther, -is at l.-at ,one ldreadful
dn-a.s that -ri'ilce ha.l- l; i-et iil to iuri- in
all its.stages. :and that i C('atarrh. Hall's < a-
tarrhl Cr- is the- ,ily positive cure koiwn
t, the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutiotal disas-. requires a ,cnstitu-
tionai trfatiu.nt Hill's C'atarrh ('lure is
taken internally. acting dire-tly upon the
blood and tnaicouas surfaces of the .y-te-ni.
thereby destroying the foundation of thr dii-
ease. and giving the pati-nt,-nuth in
building up the constitution :and asisiting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have s, nmuc-h faith in its <'r:ti;v,. Il.-wers-
that they offer One Hundred lkIlar fo,r any
easw that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes-
Addrwe%. F. J. CHENEY (& .. Toledo,. 0.
Sold by DruegiA.t. 75,.
Hall's Family Pills are thin. h-.t

You Wil Need a

fire was burning.

and the kiLrhm

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Wick Blue Flame Ol
Marvelous bow this
stove does away with
kitchen discomforts -
how cool it keep the
room in comparison with
ScMAditioK when the coal
The quick comw-ennted heat of the


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goes directly to boil the kettle or bake the bread, and none
is diffused about the room to overheat it. Thus using the
"* New Pofectic is real kitchen comfort. uiaae iu three
sizes and fully warranted. If not with your
dealer, write our nearest agency.

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0 S Lamp alampa
wanta-handsomze enough
for the parlor; strong enough for the kitchen, camp
or cottage; bright enough for every occasion. If
not with yr dealer, write our nearet agency.


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For De tiled Information See the Ticket Agent

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Every couah wc-akeru th;- tl.-,. lo--. ri~t,
vitality, breaks down the ti.-.surs. :ai; i a.-a
the system in a weakenr-d cln:i it:r ', .:,:
it to be more susceptible to t t :'- **::'. -.. t -'
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JThe Children Like It.
WMrL C. H. Runyon, Stan!-w'rr-, Ii. wri.'--;: "i hhave.
usfd Sour allard's IfHore!ound Sy3ruipamdi lr: d i .r i i r
useful m rMic ine for cough t, ar.dl colds, j.r: :, .,.i i,
troubles, It is vo-r;lea-antto ti.Lktae-.!.I:;%U
trouble in Inducing tho children to tak., i-.. -
mend it highly.'
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1; ;. ':' the average man gets readyto :
buy a summer suit of clothes he Bargains IB Every Department :
:. 'r"tf!,:.t JC 4') first.looks for style and pattern. Ifhe's AND INCIDENTSPersonal MONDAY APRIL 20, 1908. AND PERSONALS .
tasteful; then he looks for quality
.Itf..t "Hotes Pertaining' to 'BientsI if he's particular; after that Linen in all the latest shades including
About that About '
\. : comes fit if he's discriminatingand Paragraphs People natural color, :Worth 35 Something the People of Titus-

:,< TrinspIring g About Town then the matter of price, if he's 'Travel Here and There cents, special cents per yard. Tilie as They Come and Go tt 4
economical. Whatever the desire or : nainsook made .
:4 '*',- New,Drinks-Grape Punch, 5 'cents, requirement may be relative to a Dr. Miller Dentist Titusville. from the finest Egyptian yarns, proper If you want a bathing suit go to '

:4 ,Cherry Drag Store.Cardinal., 5 cents. -at.the Banner. suit it can be best met at this best of I Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug material for shirtwaists and suits, B g'F :

N. ... : clothing stores. No matter how crit- Store for cold drinks and ice cream. worth 35 cents special 25 cents per Mr. L. W. Battenfield of Delaware t :'
CaQ and see the'pretty line of ;white ical or how fastidious or how exacting y .
Set.of six Edison batteries for sale French Ohio expects to return north f ;
r canvas shoes for men, DOYS,:women and or how economical may ,be, ginghams in plaids and
:Ych8dren at Branning's.Br at a very low price. Inquire of F* N. today after the winter 11
spending at .
: we can'serve you to your eminent Hitchcock, Titusville. stripes stylish and durable for ladies', .
:,, ,:and' Mrs. G., W. Holmes, of satisfaction. misses'and children's dresses,special his beautiful.Florida home in Rock- >\ 1;
Hold to money until
( JSharpes; arrived< hi town yesterday Finest variety, correct style fair are sure tight you're getting your the best. Schloss you 25 cents per yard. ledge. i i

'on a, 'visit to their daughter, Mrs. est of prices. This is the policy that Bros' clothes at $10.00 to $20.00 are Figured and striped lawns,suitablefor Mrs. Geo. M., Robbins returned ? ', J .

p ; :Fre4 Scobie.v : rules in this establishment. The suit best by test. They are on sale exclusively house dresses, Monday's special, home Wednesday from a visit with ,t
> 6% cents yard.
at Winston S. Branning's.Mr..1 per
: of clothes that looks best is
."' ;.r". { on you White linen suitable for ladies'' friends at New Smyrna and a visit -. i
Euchre club
T. : Fortnightly assuredly here $8.50, $10.00, $12.00 :. K. Gore of Cocoa in
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skirts suits 40 inches wide worth also to her
or two sons, Rufus at Stet
1't.;. t,hold its ,meeting on Thursday next, $13.50 $15.00 $17.50, $20.00. town yesterday afternoon also D. St. 25 cents, special Monday 15 cents
:. -, April'23rd at'the residence of Mrs. There's no best in'town,-if it is I Clair Nisbet, of Indianolar per yard. son and Richard at Rollins college. t

r ,Geo )V::Scobie, sr.;on Washington not here. editor Special prices in laces and embroid About twenty-five people went to 1
Mr. S.
of the
,av.. e. 'WINSTON S. BRANNING Lowery, eries. Cocoa from here yesterday to attend = g{ t

4 '.Mrs' M. L.- Wetmore\ returned lasts ,U --Date Clothing House Pythian, and insurance agent, of Readymade bleached sheets 72x90 the Methodist revival returning last ,
Tampa, was in town Wednesday and special 50 cents each.
: t -daYfrcnD her visit "at Atlantic night via launch with Rev. McCord, ;
Titusville, Florida. called at THE STAR office. Cotton voiles in all the latest shades
-4;= Beach where she had a most pleasant 27 inches wide worth 50 cents special who has been leading the. services '

t, visit.with 'Mr. and Mrs. Den >y for 'EAU GALLIE Postmaster Taylor.left Tuesday fora 25 cents per yard. there.

,about two y; eks'., vacation of two weeks which will Curtain swiss polka dots and but- J. L. Mobley has started up work s
Rainy weather this week for whichall be spent on Banana river and at 'terfly patterns stripes and checks !
with his artesian
t> Miss Sallie Battle is serving as assistant well driving plant !
: special 15 cents yard.
are glad. Chester Shoals house of refuge.Mr. per .
in ,the postoffice with.Mrs Black taffeta every yard guaranteed and put down a two-inch piped well 1 '

Scrimgeour,acting postmaster,while W..H. H. Gleason spent Wednesday G. E. Pritchett arrived home II 36 inches wide; special$1.00 per yesterday for Walter Giles. The I

Postmaster Taylor is away, ;on his vacation in Titusville on business. from Georgia last Saturday for,a yard. plant is doing excellent work'and we 'I

fif'S ;of,two'weeks. .0 Mrs.,Lowry, of Miami, is spending week, or so. After school closes or India of linen lawn, made of 30 the inches best understand he has several orders already E

a few days in town this week. about June 1st Mr. Pritchetfexpects: quality Egyptian yarn, hand.
Mr. and,Mrs. H. S.Black and Mrs. wide worth 25 cents Monday only on

jrUtgood% 'of .City'Point, left yester-. Capt. Symmonds a regular winter to move his family to Georgia for 19 cents per yard. Mr. J. H. Sams kindly sent a box

;.dey.forMiddleburg. ,, 'Clay: :county, visitor, left Monday for his home in the summer. White nainsook specially good for of luscious oranges from his fine

z'' 'and Wisconsin.Wm. Mr. C. F. Clark, who recently sold underwear, worth 20 cents Mon to the Titusville high school
there they:will .reside.with:Mr. day's special cents per yard. grove

.... 'Mrs. Black's son, Ca ::Will_Black., R. Roesch, editor of the Record his racing motor boat the Bruiser Children's drawers, sizes from 2 to Wednesday when they were distrib-

.tndi ian"River bamiWas reorganized is still ill. He is much improved -,of, Lake Worth to Mr. Vuille of 12, made of the best quality of Ions- uted to the pupils, and everyone ,

t this:week with eleven,:members and at this writing. Rockledge, ,was anchored off' this dale with umbrella ruffle and tucks of them voted right then and there
Monday only 25 cents per.pair
place yesterday in qis'private
yacht for Mr. Sams.
I held a practice ,meet'Ain the opera Francenia Houston spent a few ; Ladies' undervests, with tape in

; hoase' Wednesday,: night. 'It iS e1- days last,week at'Cocoa the guestsof bound for Philadelphia. The craftis I neck and armholes, Monday's special. Mr. and Mrs. A. S.Wadsworth and J
about 75 feet'longand is fitted
,;mast Jw ea t."i ipce-t band's: ap-. the. Misses. Arnold.. 12% cents each. son, of near Boston, who spent the t
-.. with two Standard motors: Specialprices in ladies' readymade
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Messrs. !
G. W Hanford and C. W. rive in 1
.a It'is With regret that'we learn that St. Augustine,:spent'a few days last carried Ladies' oxfords, made of .the best Titusville next Monday on'

Mr;'J.D,'Crabb,'expects to move his week in town and left. Tuesday for Griggs parties in their launch quality of vici kid,patent leather tip their launch. The boat will be left if

r ; famitqtohakelQty alter the? Oak Hill. -,'' es to Cocoa Sunday from this placeto blucher,the well known Krippendorf here untilnext season, they leaving
,. closing .
attend the Methodist revival now make, worth $3.00, special $2.49.
Wednesday Jacksonville.
} of the teenl school term but the Mr. and Mrs. Sistnmk of Tropic
on at that place returning late that Patent leather oxfords made of t.
best,Wishes Of hia friends follow him. left Tuesday for White Springs the best quality of patent leather Mr. Fraser, one of ,the force of c
He has,rented.his home'to: :Mr. S. E. where they expect to make their future : Owing to an motor; blucher style with or without tips,1' carpenters under Contractor Hall,
: Mr. Griggs party did not arrive until worth $3.50 special $2.49. was married a few days at Red-
e Bailey,the latter.gave up the Bald home. ago
after the shower. Ladies' white oxfords
heavy canvas ,
f4 win cott&gVon.. ::accqtmt of Mr. Bald Mr. and Mrs. Kenan, of St.Augustine Mr. and Mrs. pump sole, made of the best qualityof dick, in Marion county, and is expected
J. C. Kent who have
-; win moving hIS family: here from arrived Sunday and after a linen with wide silk laces, special to arrive with his bride next

x. Fort Pierce... pleaSant.Visit left Monday-for their been spending the winter here with $1.49. week, when he will occupy the Hall t

their daughter, Mrs.P.J.Robottom, Children's white oxfords sizes cottage, in South Titusville.Mr. .
MrsM.M. Bailey and daughter, home at Vero.. left Wednesday for Martha's Vineyard 6 to 12. 99 cents per pair. '
'" 'Miss"Laura Baiiieywand son, Frank Mail'orders filled J. J. White of White's Cottage.Rockledge -
The"many friends of Mr. T. J. Mass:, accompanied by Miss promptly on any
= Bailey who have spent the season of the above goods. ; ,spent part of Sunday
}: Shave will be glad to know that his Lease where they will spend the
JULIUS KLINE,1itusville. and Monday in Titusville attendingto
here with Mrs Baile/smother, Mrs.T. .
health is very much improved. He summer. Mr. and Mrs. Kent and
T. Wetinore, expect: to take their is now in Georgia. Miss Lease have made many friends details regarding the new Presbyterian i
4' Church Notes church building at Rockledge .
Wednesday for theirhome.Comiecticnt.
departure next Mr C.: J. YQung and family and a here who will gladly ,welcome their '
this Mr. White '
: ., Mr. H.,Perry Dean Robottom will hold service at summer. expects to ,
few friends and return next fall. *
Saturday Sunday
,-vho&as been visiting.them, receiving Oceanus and St. Gabriels church, Titusville, Sunday go north about the first of June.
at they report a
a message to come at once on most tim I Mr.Wooten Withdraws His NameTo i evening, April 19th, at 7:30. Mr. White paid THE STAR a pleasant
account: of. business matters, leaves the Democratic Voters of Brevard Co. Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at :call while in town. y /
Mrs. J B. Hawk arrived Wednes
this afternoon for the north. Their day. Dr. and Mrs. Hawk will occu On account of ill health I have decided LaGrange on Sunday next at 11 a. m. Easter suit wanted? Order now and

many friends here hope to welcome to withdraw name from the and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. be ready. Measures taken.
py the bungalow at Sarno during the my chicks, baskets
them all again in'the easy fall. eggs
Rev.lobe will conduct services at FURNITURE
.. absence of the K. M. I. announcement column and to declineto DRY GOODS, SHOES
Fy The Novelty Store is selling goods off be a candidate for the office of the Presbyterian church at 7:30 Sun Five-drawer,'drop-head sewing machine a
Mr. Kicklighter and family fromN. I
at, -cost.. ,Come and get bargains. county treasurer. In justice to myself day evening. Sunday school at 3 in warraited 12 years, $28.50
I. M. DODSON. C., arrived Saturday and will! occupy Screen cloth by yard or roll $2.00
;3. and I feel that I afternoon. Tuesday afternoon at 3
one of the cottages at Sarno. my am .. ,. CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 54 -
justifiable in taking this In de- the usual,prayermeenng.
Hotel Mass Meeting step. i
T He will work for A. 0. Frink duringthe Been Ashore at CanaveralThe
The entire citizenship of Titusville clining the kind urgings of my friends Rev. W. H. Cresson will have ser

has with one, accord endorsed the summer. 1 do so with the keen sense of vice'at St. Marks church, Cocoa, on British steamer Beeforth, Os- ,
for Indian River Capt. Frank Houston, of Miami, : to them for their born, bound from Baltimore to Tam--
movement a New gratitude past sup- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and at

') hotel and are cordially invited to arrived Friday and spent until Wed- port and their present assurances.I St. Johns church, Eau Gallie, on Sun pa 14th or inst Vera and Cruz reported, passed to Jupiter the local the I I
meet at the,court room this Friday nesday with his parents and other
-:: ,evening at 730. The ladies are have held office in this county for day evening at 7:30. All are cordially U. S. weather bureau office she had ,
relatives when he left to his
especially, invited, to: attend, as,a resume many years and therefore feel thatI I invited. been ashore on Cape Canaveral. No
duties on the Columbia, now being details obtainable but the
pleasant! surprise awaits them. cannot be accused now of shirking were as
used onthe, extension.The in declining to be a candidate at this New Boat For Next Season steamer was proceeding to destina-
tion it is supposed she floated unaidedand
: :' Fine. Monday Offerings.of Men's K. M. I. left last Friday for time. J. F. WOOTEN. I 1 McCoy Brothers,of Daytona, have I was uninjured.

Clothing their quarters at Lyndon, Ky. This a keel laid for a new boat service between ,
Boys' blue serge suits, with knick- has been one of the best winters they Special Summer Hotel Rates St.Augustine and Palm Beach : WANTED-Pool table, must be in
from 6 to 17 first class condition and cheap. Give
erbocker trousers sizes have spent here and the citizens of For the Palmhurst i{ conditions and L.
worth $8.50, special.$6.98. summer season next season. They have had a very terms, particulars. ,
Boys' suits in fancy,.striped, latest Eau Gallie regret to see them leave. hotel will make special rates for table successful business this winter. care of STAR office. -

style material, ,with ,knickerbocker Colonel Fowler having purchasedthe board to town people and to families. I For Sale Cheap i

trousers;:;worth $5.00, special! $3.98.Boys' property it is settled now that Regular can have families their stopping own private at this table.hotel I For Rent I Forty dollars will buy a large second Ji

'4 caps, gray, embroidered this will be a permanent school in Rates follows Taylor cottage or suits of rooms furn- i i hand Rider-Ericsson hot air engine. Will
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with swastika cross, 50 cests each. t iohed for burn any fuel or rubbish such as can be
the winters to come. The citizens Table board week (21 meals) $5. summer.MRS.
Brown serge caps, embroidered "I' .. i F. M. TAYLOR. picked up in orange groves. Just the
vwith, two Teddy bears, 50 cents each. ;will gladly welcome them next year. .. ((14 meals) $4. I --- thing for irrigation. Apply or address
Same in blest and room, $7. The Alpine Hotel STAR office.
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Men' 'serge suits made of Orange and Grapefruit Trees proprietors. I Titusville, Fla., F. A. Lesley, man- Fo>'Long Lease .

the best quality of serge,jjuaranteed Grown Shiloh Fla. of yourself ]ager. On the European plan-fum- .
at Enlarged pictures
on high or your : A roomy home on Indian river, sev-4
fast color'double'or single breasted, hickory hammock. Free from white loved ones given away free to cash customers -s I ished rooms and quick lunch. Centrally enty-five acres attached. Bearing trees ,

z 'worth- $15.00,. special $12.00 per suit. fly. One year to two year old buds. limited quantities to be supplied.Call ; located. -orange, grapefruit tangerine and
Juuus KLINE. Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully I at Heath & Co's. store and they mandarin, a few young peach trees. I
f Titusville Fla.Cocoa packed and delivered at Oak Hill will be pleased to explain full particulars. -I For Sale Cheap For Cash Choice location for dairy and chicken ;
farm also house in winter. '
station. About 88 acres of good high land on
J. W.
Town Lots For Sale the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat Full information apply this office.
c .. Cocoa Heights residence lots for sale Shiloh, Fla. Bargains in Trees I the Narrows, described as follows: u

1 on new street opened up from river to Fine lot 2-yearold grapefruit buds, Lot No. 3, section 35 also lot No. 3, section Photograph Gallery
*; 'railroad.High, ,dry, healthy location Draying .I Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 36 in township 31 south, range 39 i Go to Faust, the photographer, on ..& 1
4 minutes:watt from station fine view Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly cents each, $25.00 100. I east. This land is unimproved but finely Julia street for artistic photos. All .
-; of river, good water. Lots 50x119 feet. attended to. Meet all trains.H. per located. For further particulars address work first class and promptly attendedto. .J
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'i Apply to Geo. C. Chittenden or J. F. E. HOLTON, I BEACH E. M. Low Crayon, pastel, water colors and 0
:' :1. .]Mitchell, Cocoa Fla \ Titusville, Fla. West Palm Beach, Fla. I Brockton Mass. ; oil paintings a specialty. ,
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that the fish are not frightened awayas You Will Need an

they are when power boats ar* .

FAIR FLORIDA Many a Florida Household Will Find used. It is likely that next winter these .
; warm days :
,; Them So of power boats around Miami will
and the kitchen fire
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!< be greatly curtailed in the mackerel
j fiat Towards the De- I I: make cooking a bur-
1 """'r.-. .. .''; is Being- Done To have the pains and aches of a bad back fishing. ''<' is the time

;y" ..; f '-. : Telopment of the Peninsula dangerous removed;to urinary be entirely disorders free from is enough annoying to, Reports from Key West state that Q 'i den-then totryaNewPerfectionVick

s A yacht club his been organized In make any kidney sttiTtrer grateful. To tell the sponge industry has been revived Blue Flame Oil

> Miami: with a late: uembership. how this great ChiDgean be brought about there and the business in the city is c Cook-Stove.

will prove comforting words to hundreds: of pickng up rapidly. Many of the ves-
4 Almost $ .000 has so far been sub Marvelous how thisstove
: o' Florida readers.
sels which have been idle for monthsare
scribed for Pehsacola's proposed $350: does with
i A.Oerting,seaman, of 419 L.SL.Pensacola, again at work and some of them away
: .000 hotel. Fla, tells how to do it. He says: "From my come into port each week with catches kitchen discomfortshow -

Sheriff Bowden of' Duval county has experience with Doatt's Kidney Pills I can of sponge which find a ready sale cool it keeps the

notice that he will not permit recommend them in need
given strongly to anyone at good prices. Since the Greek divers room in comparison with

-2 Sunday baseball in Jacksonville or of a good medicine for the kidneys. Kidney have played such havoc with the conditions when the coal i .

elsewhere in the county. complaint and backache caused me suffering
I at intervals for years. The first or second attack sponge business on the west coast, the fire was burning. The quick concentrated heat of theNEW

e. Exports composed chiefly of cotton I did'not mind,but as time went by they business men of Key West have used

tter, lumber and naval stores, from the port grew worse and at times laid me up. I could very effort to keep the divers from

of Pensacola for the month cf March hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to operating in the waters between Miami PERFECTION

,i amounted in value to $1,500.000. straighten after stooping while the kidney secretions and Key West, or what Is termed by

I r "-. The senate committee on public were irregular and unnatural. Dua..'s the spongers the "windward grounds"he
Kidney Pills cured me. From personal experience Wick Blue flame Oil CookStovegoes
y ::---, .buildings and grounds has ordered rt- I know that this remedy can be depended owners and captains of sponge

ported a bill for the erection of r public upon to fulfill the representations ,vessels have also agreed to market

: q. building at Miami to cost $175,000. made for it." their sponge at Key West iron, now directly to boil the kettle or bake the bread, and none

the there Mimi is diffused about the room to overheat it. Thus using the
) An elaborate reception and banquet For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. on, thus helping trade -

; =' was tendered W. H. Milton, Florida's Foeter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole NewsRecord.The "New Perfection" is real kitchen comfort. Mace in three

a3 .. .' new United States senator by his fel- agents for the United States. Remember the torpedo boat Blakely Is In dry sizes and fully warrant If not with your

-Alow citizens of Marianna last Tuesday"night. name-Doan's-and take no other. dock as the result of being struck by dealer, write our nearest agency.

r: Fy { ;-- a torpedo fired from one. of her own
Shipments of cigars from Tampafor
:; *; A "coming out" barbecue will be tubes while at target practice about
the week ending :March 27 exceeded -
31 held in Fort Myers on Tuesday, April four miles from the navy yard Mon- R b Lampsevcrroae;
four millions, showing a constant The .
-.;-" ti ; ; 28, when it is expected most of the day. Although the captain of the
growth in the output. The importa- 'K wants-handsome enoughfor
; candidates In the coming primary will boat refuses to talk of the accident It
: t a tions of leaf and withdrawals for immediate ; the parlor; strong enough for the kitchen, campor
be present. consumption indicate was learned the torpedo prepared for cottage; bright enough for every occasion If

prepara- a 4,000 yard range and fired. When not with your dealer, write our nearest agency.
Florida's new senator, Hon. W. H.
: tion for a larger output for the immed-
5 S f Milton, has gone to Washington to begin iate future. Prices of leaf in Havana about 100 yards distance the torpedo STANDARD OIL COMPANY
swerved and after making a complete ( )
his duties. He has appointed Incorporated
i are distinctly lower and on the
Amos E. Lewis who to circle came directly toward the boat.
was secretary : downward grade. The crop news is
s both Senators Mallory and Bryan, de- : Full steam ahead failed to remove the _
js : favorable, and the situation is bright-
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ceased, to be his private secretary. ening every day. Tampa Times. boat from danger and the torpedo-
struck about a foot below the waterline
i : Leon Griggs of Punta Gorda is experimenting FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYNew
The Gainesville Sun calls attentionto
on the port side. A large, jagged
with English walnut cul-
+ l a strange case of highway robbery hole was torn in the boat and, though Schedule Effective 14th
tivation. He has put out a few young April
Isl presented to the criminal court in Or- mattresses and bedding were used to
trees on his place and if they bear
i ange county last week. Two negroes stop the inflow of water, when she arrived For Detailed Information See the Ticket Agent
c profitable crops, as it seems likely
were suspected, arrested and convicted at the navy yards the water in
they will, his experiments will prove
; of robbery and assault to murder her compartment was three feet deEp.A -
a great thing for that locality.
v i ; a 'sentenced
and to life imprisonment,
ll Exports from the port of Fernandi- but before they left the jail two oth remarkable catch of fish was

na for the month of March amounted made yesterday by a party of tourists
suspected also. The
er negroes were ._
' a Y in value to $734,403. The exports wno are VIsIting in 5hami. The catch ;
latter two proved to be the real cul-

included nearly nine million feet ofM' prits, and the first two convicted were .'consisted of seven dolphin and eight Jtl AliI'11'

: lumber in' addition to naval stores released and the latter two sent up for king fish. The noteworthy part of th:?

4 phosphate and 36,000 of day's sport was the catch of dolphin -
pounds pal "
life. '=4Ii;; 11:1 '
metto leaves valued at $3,600. as these fish are rarely caught in such
Effective June 1 the Atlantic Coast I
r' large numbers In these waters. The
The dry weather in, this locality Line railroad company will put into party went out early in the morningon Dressy men demand dressy

9 has become serious. Orange trees are effect a reduced passenger fare tariffon the yacht Whiz and when several shoes. Natty style with a

r t+ shedding their blossoms, the grass is the main line of its roads in the miles off shore the school of fish was glove-like fit is found in the

'r wilted and brown and all vegetation State of Florida. The rates on the
found and within a few minutes the Packard Shoe. It has a
except pineapples are suffering for main lines within the State of Florida I
seven fish were landed and then no distinctive finish that Harmonizes
i rain. Pineapples being akin to 'air- will be reduced from the present rate
more could be caught, the school disappearing with the stylish
plants do not require much moisture. of 3 cents per mile to 2 3-4 cents per most
as quickly as they came.
?d -.Punta Gorda Herald. mile, distance traveled. On the various IVERY clothing. Our Spring
v The kingfish were caught near shoreas
branch lines in the State the PAIR Oxfords stunning.
t.. There are about 70 teachers from all the Whiz was returning home. Thisis are A o
a rate will remain 3 cents mile. The
ry parts of the State, at Stetson, taking per the largest lot of dolphin that has MADE )

the Teachers' Review Course. This company will on the same date, makea ever been brought in by a pleasure TOY/EAR

v is by far the largest number that ever reduction in the price of mileage craft and adds another record to the t

I attended the course is all the history books on its lines within the state of long list held by the Whiz.Miami Sold at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in all style i

of the University. This fact speaks a Florida, the rate being 2 cents per NewsRecord.The .

I great deal for the growing strength mile on 1,000 mile books. annual State convention of the

t and popularity of the University. From all over the county, and the Florida Christian Endeavor Society JULIUS KLINE f

A5 The Second Regiment band of orange sections in particular comes came to a close in Jacksonville last

the report that never before in the Friday and the next convention will .
:_ ;J Tampa is no longer in the military
Y service, an order having been promulgated history of the industry have the be held in Tampa. The full list of

a from Tallahassee for mustering orange and grapefruit trees been so officers elected follows: President,

f' it out of service. It has been generally prolific in bloom as now and unless Rev. James F. Winnard, Tampa; first

the unforeseen occurs the next crop vice-president Rev. M. G. Richards,
-#, understood for some time that there L (
will be a record breaker. A well Lake City; second vice-president. Rev
t was dissatisfaction with the band, and
that it was only a question of time known local grower stated this morn Fred Marsh, DeLand; secretary, Miss A GOOD DOCTOR

;I when it would be mustered out. ing that trees on his grove are so bur Grace Townsend, Interlachen; treas J r will recommend I IBAllA

-c b dened with bloom that he will be forced urer. Mr. Charles M. Conkling, De-

4 The Miami street railway which recently to cut out much of the fruit that Land; missionary superintendent, ( ROffSHOREHOUND

c, : : f was placed in the hands of a will result from the bloom. This con, Miss Bessie Peacock, Winter Park;

receiver Commodore H. C. Room dition is said to be in all SYRUP
= \ general or- superintendent of citizenship Rev, \
has ceased
operating its cars. It
3nge groves in the State.Miami Me Geo. I* Hanscomb. Jacksonville: superintendent '
Every ooaph weakfirs the )innpj Inrs th.
was the intention to reorganize the
tropolis. of Quarter Century Memorial I vitality, breaks down the tis s I irs ana "!'av. ii
company but the receiver's plans .
S The steamer Manteo reached the Fund, Miss Cora I.. Peet. Tava : 1 thesYI'tem in a weakened condition.! cr.t:inr.
. blocked by the refusal of one of the qI it to be more nurceptihle to tu-! ctin-i ; ;,t.-
locks Wednesday from Mobile and res. The nominating committee was )
parties interested to consent to the yo prm. Baflar.Vs 1 Horehounj Sp.-up; w..! cu.c "
F Pensacola with probably 150; tons of corniced as follows: Mr. Ralph W the cough and strengthen the
reorganization. It is likely the plant
trtight The owner, Mr. Slaughter, Patterson, Miss Cora I... Peet, Rev. M
', ;:' and equipment will now be sold under .
t the hammer. and the general freight and passenger Ensminger, Mrs. Bruce and Miss The Children I Like it. \
\a agent Mr. Cobb, were on boardznd Woodruff.

The American Kaolin Company, a they: took pleasure in showing vis- Mrs. C. H. Runyon Stanborry, Mo., wriJps: : "I have is
A Conquering Hero. used your Mallard's Ilorchound Syrup and find ii
.r corporation composed of Philadelphians itcrs through the steamer. Mr. Slaughter useful medicine for and a very I1
Who is the man whose head is high coughs colds, in fact all iur..' I
and capitalized at $200,000 are preparing and Mr. Cobb think that there is troubles. It I:;very pleasant to take, jtn.i wo hav- u,>
to open up rich fields in the opportunity for a fine trade out from To whom the people bow trouble in inducing tho children to taku it. I recom
Who is it winks his other eye. mend it highly.
little town of McMeekin. The conic Apalachicola. and they will strive hari

pany have found rich beds of kaolin to develop this trade by close attention And says Til tell you how." Don't wait nti\ that: cou-h develop! Into a m....> dangerous .
' Who is the man who owns the street: malady. Sav yourself and! 'hildrtu .aur.Y ..,-k I
in that section and will erect its plant to business and courtesy to the spells and insure a lo.ig ur.d healthy life. !
And weighs! his pride .per Ton'It
there this summer. This bed of kaolin public. In common with our people
is the man who owns the boat COUGHS, COLDS, SORE LL'NUS.
: is said to be unsurpassed in quan The Times wishes for the new line a CURES "Ci1mS, HOAFiS .VGSS, WHCOP1NU: Q\ f-it..
That joined the .
;! tity and quality by any deposits of large measure of success. The Manteo race-and WON. COUGH AND ALL MJNG TROUBLES. '
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1- plastic clay in the South. will make weekly sailings to Apa- 8100 Itewitttl SlOO. .. .
Pleasant l I
;. One of the longest long distance lachicola. arriving at the docks \Ve-lnes The readers of this paper will Ue please Quick .tIi

l' a record .Iay.-Apalachicola! Times. to learn that there isat Iea-t one dreadful to 25c, SOc and $1.00 to 7. .
t.. messages on passed through d Sf'3.'it'that science, has U-en able to run-i Take : :-....-'moo }
" Tampa Saturday night, when Toledo. About fifteen hundred po inns of all its stages, and that It catarrh hairs Catarrh Cur" .,., ( '.

1 > .. O.. and Sarasota, Ha., were connected Spanish mackerel were shipped awa to the Cure medical is the fraternity.only positive Catarrh cure being know; a /' TWi$**':.4.

; by 'phone and parties! at each end tram here Tuesday, this catch having constitutional disease requires a cnnstitu- Ballard Snow Lniineat Go. J $..ttfc. !
. tionai treatment Hall's :
of the line conversed for several minutes been made by a boat near Indian Key.It taken internally acting directly Catarrh upon Cure the i" t ;:, !

transecting! presumably, some is reported that with the absence of Wood and mucous surfaces of the system. 500-502 North' Second Street, 1.' .". \

-: very important business. The distance the large fleet of power boats from the thereby, and destroying the foundation of the disease 1"/', "' l' .
giving the
::.. !: patient strength i in ST. LOUIS i
between: the two points is close to fifteen Hawk Channel, mackerel have showed building tip the constitution and assisting t MISSOURI. / :;.. .: ?
4 nature in doing its work. The ,
hundred miles. Connection was more plentiful but not in school proprietors / ii ,
: are
have so much faith in its curative ; .. 'c..'
lowers __ ::i_.. ..... ..
made between the two points by way being found in small bunches along that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any A. '"

; of Cincinnati, Ohio, Demorest, S. O, the channel. The greatest catches of case timonials.that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes- Sold and Recommended by

'" Jacksonville and Tampa.-Tampa mackerel are now being made at Palm I Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO..Toledo. O
NoM by Druggists 5c. TI."tus'V'l.11e: :
Times. Beach. The fishermen at that place I Hall's PharD1aoy and
Family Pills the be
j : are *t. Ban.n.or Drug Store


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q- ; ;_ ; APRIL 17, 1908 THE FLORIDA STAR 3 _'1k

S* T MUST'PRODUCE, '* ITS. BOOKS. VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS. DO YOU GET UP Trolley Suggested to CanaveralThe A Host Valuable Agent.

taN. Is Served opportunity of a life time The glycerine employed in Dr. Plerec'i
Yr.. _. Order By State Moving Northward Now Are Very medicines greatly enhances the medicinal
;- awaits the
WITH A LAME BACK ? promotion and active operation t
;::1'.ff"_ ';5 t; Railroad Commission. properties which it extracts from native
Heavy From East Coast. :
.,- ;:";' < of a short interurban trolley
roots and holds in solution
'p.", '- : The ia;, Pensacola Journal of Thursday Vegetable shipments from the lower Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. !road to start from Titusville and run much better than alcohol would. It also r ;

.ff s.) east coast are Increasing daily in volume southeast across the peninsula to the possesses medicinal properties of Its own,
. :{: : The Louisville & Nashville Railroad Almost everybody who reads the newspapers being a valuable demulcent, nutritive I ,
'd W and now many carloads pass deep water harbor which lies betweenthe
bas is sure to know of the wonderful antiseptic and antiferaent. It adds
'. ordered by the Florida Rail. through each day en route to northern l' I} cures made by Dr. United States life-saving station greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry- ,

I $ 'ttj.: ,. Commission to produce its books markets. From twelve to fifteen express [t Kilmer's Swamp-Root and the Canaveral lighthouse. This bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root, Stone

_ : and accounts in Pensacola on April 14 cars loaded with tomatoes, II the great kidney,. liver natural harbor has a depth of from root and Queen's root, contained In p5
I and bladder Golden Medical '
remedy.It Discovery in subduing
. <' of
->"< ":'h-, purpose an examination by beans, etc. pass here daily and by It is the great medi- thirty to eighty feet, and has been chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial

t-- the commission. This order was servt"1f.'L" freight from 25 to 30 cars laden with cal triumph of the nineteenth used by the government as a harborfor throat and lung affections,for all of which

ed. yesterday afternoon by the sheriff vegetables rush by .daily. nl century: discovered lighthouse tenders, etc. This road these agents are recommended by stand
f s e (""I after years of ard medical authorities.
f:4-: upon the superintendent of the local Within a few weeks potatoes will 1 U scientific research by would open an avenue of commerceto In all cases where. there Is a wasting

It": divisions, as the representative of the commence to move from the Hastings II Dr. Kilmer, the emi- the heart of Florida, a coastwise away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak "

,'Jt company in Florida, a copy of it being section and the volume of vegetable _. nent kidney and blad- steamship company would be profit. stomach, as in the early stages of con-
der and ,there can be no doubt that glycerine
<" left specialist, is sumtftipn
with him to be forwarded to the shipments will be greatly increased. wonderfully successful In promptly curing ably engaged the year round. The /acts as a valuable nutritive and

-t-: general office\of the company in Louis lame back kidney bladder, uric acid troubles opening up of the all.rail road to Key aids >ne' G Idea Seal root. Stone root, rQuee
ville. Gentle and EffectiveA and Disease !\ r bt and Black Cherrybark in
: which
Bright's is the
ir West will find the through freight prom 'n_ digestion and building up the
It is the well known Manitoba editor writes: "Asan form of kidney trouble.Dr. ;
: general belief that the commission flesh an ;frength, controlling the coughS
from Cuba, Mexico and the West In-
inside worker I find Chamberlain's Stom- Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec- and brio about a healthy condition t
IO has ordered the showing in ach and Liver Tablets invaluable for the ommended for everything but if you have kidney dies so heavy as to cause a complete of the w le system. Of course U mast

order that it may ascertain if the company touches of biliousness natural to sedentarylife liver or bladder trouble it will be found standstill of the middle portion of the not be ected, to work miracles. It will
- their action being gentle and effective. just the remedy you need. It has been tested not cure nsumption except In Its earlier
:.: \ can afford to make a rate of Price 25 cents. Samples free at Titusville In so many ways, in hospital work,in private East Coast. This harbor is about stages t will C'jT vorv gpyf 9 Mn -
- three cents for Pharmacy and all dealers. p. hatig-rfV. e + on'a _br<>ncTiia|
passengers over the t practice among the helpless too poor to purchase nine miles due southeast on the Atlan- an f'ft l troMhio : andchronic sore
-:. P. & A. and Yellow River divisions relief and has proved successful in .
of so
f at New Smyrna. tic coast and is without a doubt one n,1' hoarsene**. In acute coughs
Growing Celery every case that a special arrangement has Ubnotsoetlecuve.. iris In the lingering 5
/ road, on which a rate of four cents of the finest
natural harbors in the
-; (New Smyrna Breeze.) been made by which all readers of this paper hang-on coughs,or those of long standing,
per mile is now charged. It is probable who have not already tried it, may'have a United States. Titusville cor. Times- even when accompanied by bleeding from

that freight rates may also be investigated A Breeze reporter drove out to the sample bottle sent free by mail also a book Union. lungs, that it has performed Its most

at the same time, and the celery farm of Davis & Sheldon the telling; more about Swamp-Root and how to marvelous Prof. Finley cures.Ellingwood, M. D.,of Bennett -
find out if have
books and accounts of the business first of the week and there they saw I When you mention kidney or bl.ddertroublc.this Drought Injures Strawberry Crop Med.: College, Chicago, says of gly
writing reading generous urine:
done will also be produced to show a little over two acres of the finest i offer in this paper and Reports from truck growers now are *In dyspepsia Use ires an excellent purpose.

t \ what amount of business is done by celery they ever saw growing any- send your address toil. to the effect that unless there is a pre- Holding hydrogen: a in fixed solution quantity, it it of one the of peroxide the best of

: the road. where, and he has recently visited the Dr. Kilmer&Co.,Binghamton .",' cipitation pretty soon what is now avery manufactured products the present time in
N. Y. The its action upon enfeebled,disordered stomachs
The books and records which the I celery farms at Sanford. Leavingthe regular fifty cent and Homeotswamp-stool promising strawberry crop will ,especially If there Is ulceration or ca-
tarrhal gastritis (catarrbal Inflammation of
commission desires to examine, and. Davis place they drove on to Glen- dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.Don't be almost totally ruined. A very stomach), it Is a most efficient preparation.

I which it claims in the order it has aright coe and took a look it J. P. Ditson's make any mistake, but rememberthe large quantity of early berries have (Glycerine heartburn will) and relieve excessive manycasesot gastric (stomach pyrosis)

r to so do are those that relate and A. ,McKenzies celery farms name Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- already been harvested, but these are acid It}"."
Root, and the address, Binghampton, N Y., Golden Medical Discovery" enriches and
only to the business done on the divisions and both are equally as good as the on every bottle. not of the same quality that it is expected purifies the blood curing blotches pimples.eruptions
,scrofulous swellings and old sores,
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r' having 'headquarters in Pen- to put on the market if rain or ulcers.

r: sacola, namely the Pensacola division,, first.The aggregate acreage of these J. N. Coombs Seriously III. will fall. The long continued droughthas for Send free to booklet Dr. R.telling V. Pierce all of about Buffalo the natlrmedicinal N.Y.

Ii the Pensacola & Atlantic division and three celery patches is about seven Advices from Apalachicola, F'a., the had a very deleterious effect upon medicine. roots There composing's nw alcohol this 1U wonderful

the Yellow River division, as these are acres, but it is sufficient to demonstrate home of lion. J. N. Coombs, the recog- this very important product. The .
t the only ones over which the commis that we have some of the best nized head of the Florida Republican flavor, size and general quality of the r

lands in for the cultivation of machine the effect that early berries not good could The::Mel'aluatlf Stt..f Yacht sin!BeeS
has any authority.The Florida are to his i'hy- are as as B..tUi"g itvjkt ei-rr Puhltiktd.

J"sion order states that these books this crop. Those who doubt this sicians have practically abandoned ell be desired. The quantity, however,

are to be examined at the company's statement only have to take a look at hope of his recovery froru an attackof is unusual, as the seasons have been RUDDER

office in this city on April 14 at 3 Messrs. Hardy and Neal, celery within apoplexy, and his coaJiy-on is now favorable to a rapid and healthy HOW-TO BOOKSOver

o'clock p. m.. and It is presumed that the corporate limits of New Smyrna very critical. Mr. Coombs who only a growth. The plants are all in excellent J' x>tests Iw bn built from the fines .i .

the members of the commission will Celery has been grown at New few weeks ago went to .Vasningtoa to condition, but unless rain comes within printed clime:in lie and.a t-ocki upon every Successfully: sea Full MiltJ detail tocrjrf

:; come here on that date. Smyrna for four years in successionwith consult with President Roosevelt, suffered the next week or ten days the crop dr) ..iri .>f ail rn., sSowmv1"*! it is and
how to nuke it-1 txl extremely Mmple.
fairly good success every year by a slight attack og apoplexy shortly will be cut very short, and the exceedingly -
r Five Days In a Box Car. all who engaged in its cultivation. And tafer his return, and since that time hot weather will probably Kf.s-- ..r"_.I.-..._',.,..,:....h..aII.... cnre ,'
r .p. loW ra... 8'_1 r w a buy t1..kara 11,bouaeraa. j i
(Fernandina Record.) there are a number engaged in its cul- he has grown constantly wor*.. For wither the plants unless they are very HOW TO MILD A SKIPJACK t:.

{ One day this week, when a box car ti\"ation-still on a small scaleagainthis several days he has been unconscious carefully looked after.-Tampa Trib- sal A f"- loll, .for..:HM. ..0.41 lit M tlawYme 1aJt ala aloud ar a 11 4
loaded with naval stores was openeda year with better crops than ever He is the Republican national committeeman 1';: IM|,:illi..'I plea:; ,.** ;--J b.ata ":

young man was found sitting in one although the weather conditions have from this Stat, and con- unMOVING HOW Vest TO mm BUIL3 II .I -...A M:RACING"i.. ._ .-.SLOOP-.- d..ii.J; a riran. .
FULL GROWN TREES. ."r in ...-.... '_ A-- -.... Au..Ah... cur t. k..U)ma- ,
end of the car in a sad and pitiable been less favorable.Next trols the fe-Jeral patronage, being the ;e.... ,... ,

The had from year the acreage will be many advised of the president in so far as MOW TO 3I.ILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
condition. car come South Dakota Man Expect Them to .-
Cedar Key, and had been on the roa-! times larger than it was this year. Already riorida matters are concerned. He is Keep on Growing. Salt l1.m"l.r........t...r'0. ....u. l 55..,plans .s.\\ .

five days. The young man, after be- several parties have begun preparing immensely wealthy, and highin With Jackscrews and heavy timber HOW A fin TO* ..!BVHD.*.....::' ,A'w._XNOCKA3OUT i>.l.. t. kooj cabin; .ic.a.v 1
......... .. ,..., .,., .
ing revived by food and water, told the land, and others are interested financial a* well as ooe'al circles in such as are used In moving houses W. oal r; :

. and talk of planting a few acres of this this section c,f the stav II. Waters of Miller. S. D. is having HOWTO BUILD ASHOL-ORAUGHTSL001
story of his experience in the car as A..r-r" tlo......."W..&..Hh i a a.erat..srlaars aMII.
I valuable some cedar trees of mature size movedto ....pus
follows crop. t
By Leaps and Bounds new locations. Last fall the trees HOW TO DUILD A FLATTIE: OR SHARPIE
The pine land west of town is under
r"I am a Swede, and went to Cedar round'ltjn t it *.ftlaaboo
were dug deep down leaving the
laid with either clay hardpan marl Fort Pierce arid St. Lucie county are at>>beu.itk,tJ3 la null i-rj Mr iloor orrl,
Key several weeks ago with an American or I roots in several tons of earth.
going ahead and bounds. In i
sailing vessel. I became dissatisfied giving a soil that will hold fertilizerand by leaps I Now that this mass is frozen the romplotv 4r.ri|>tu>n of. Low to.bald a araikl;sue u.. .
1905 rf ikiff amt ia Mil I.nU U. .
Fort had
r moisture. Flow wells for Pierce a population of trees raided of
while there, and concluded to irrigate are being out the groundby

work my way back home, where I ing can be drilled at a small cost, and nearly 900-now we can not be far the whole bulk and carefully set in PRICE $1. EACH s.: 1

short of 2.000, if we do not exceed that another place which was made ready PREPAID lot IJI: l.tS: AMVWMCHCBound M
with these two main and important
have brothers sisters and other rela t
figure. Property valuations are in before the ground froze. It Is believed in cloth Cold le'tm-uc< -Size of peg*
tives. I learned there that many for features New Smyrna possesses superior that the trees will start right off in the 9 by II inchtfj-Lar'e,c:;... / drawa pUnj.
creasing, and new residences are going
eign vessels ,came to Fernandina, anl advantages to many other sectionsof spring as though nothing had happened THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.MunftAT .

concluded to come here, where I could Florida for growing this valuable up in every direction. As an illustration V> them. a STHCCT Ntw YOB, u. 8. A I
that we are steadily advancIng
' g maybe get'passage home. I had no : crop. madnssl f"r Caltlogue of Booki: fe.'ackrsmaa'a t
Where Have Trades Unions.
The Tribune editor was shown a Bewan L.brary.TF .
money, and, being told that the freight. The Jumping Off Place Begging is a vocation In China and
comparative statement of the total
i trains reached Fernandina the next beggary an Institution. In every prov 1
"Consumption had me in its grasp and I amount of deposits made in the Bank
., day after leaving Cedar Key, I got into had almost reached the jumpmsoff place, of Fort Pierce during the month of ince there is an organized beggars'trade
the car with food or drink. The when I was advised to try Dr. King's New union or guild-In some districts Y'S5EIForfrcab
I Discovery and I want to say right now, it March in the years 1904, 1905, 1906, several. These guilds have presidentsand
car was then sealed, and I had no saved life.
my Improvement began with the
1907 and 1908. Each year showed i officials and are In every respect ae.hparityaalttli
means of escape. It has now been first bottle and after taking one dozen bottles abjlityFefrr'sieeda
I was a well and happy man again: ," says .twenty-five per cent increase over the thoroughly well organized. There is are in a class by them ,
: five days since I entered the car, and George Moore, of Gnmesland, N. C. As a same month of the previous a membership fee of about $4, and all KlTca. Farmershareconfidence

:! I am almost starved." remedy for coughs and colds and healer ot year- members swear to abide by the rules. : '. y
weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia making the total deposits of the past 4i lathembecattse
The young man was said to be in i New Discovery is 50c and The chiefs or kings. as they are they kupw they
supreme. month more than double the amountof i' can be relied up ,
under the of the
pitiable condition. He was given $100 at Banner Drug Store. Trial bottle free. are protection on. Uon'tepert.
March 1904. Other lines of business I magistrates, and their power is con r .s__ meat with cheap
food and water in small quantities by '
'I suretyliesinbuyin '
C -your
Hon. John Beard's Home Burned. show the same increase, which is an i'rable.-Wlde World Magazine. t,t
those who found him. and by samewas ,; ) Jr tt' ?
encouragement in our efforts to build ., i seedssentontby j
While he
was delivering an addressin ,
: n conscientiouspI
soon enable to The Age of Artificial Beauty. a.
a city at this place.-St. Lucie County and tnutworthyc
of his
' What has slate become of him we candidacy for the Writers on topics concerning wom- T' : house.F .

f. could not learn, but his condition United States Senate in Pensacola Tribune. >ns* matters would fain have na be- Y -c for iSA"J'is Fa6i.Seed *Andrew""ual

aroused the sympathy of those who last Saturday night says the Pensacola General News Notes :. leve that the present U the age of S BMrullC,0,Mara 1

assistance Journal, the handsome home of the beauty. The fact is that never before --
him and he received
aw ,
,. lIon. John S. Beard on the bay shore Serious floods are reported from several have the arts of artificiality been so 50 YEARS'I
from them. He will likely be given points in West Virginia. widely adopted among all classes as EXPERIENCE
was being destroyed by fire, and be-
of the vesselsin H
rn opportunity by some Germany's twenty-one universities they are today.-London Opinion.
fore he could reach the scene, the pretty
to work his way back ome-
port have
an enrollment of 27,000 students, t
residence was a heap of smoulder- Has to Take Them.
under the care of 2,000 professors.The 1
Even "Threw Up" the Job. ing ruins. "1 can take 10O words a minute,"

I' r (Miami News-Record.) The home was located outside the new United States cruiserIon- said cue shorthand writer to another."I .

While cruising around the keys a ; fire limits and there were no means tana has exceeded, by a small margin. often take more than that." remarked TRADE MARKS

her peed'contract making 22."6 knotsan the other in sorrowful accent, DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
few days ago the cook on board of the of extinguishing the flames. "
S hour "but then I have to. I'm married. &c.
4 yacht Novia became seasick and when Oil paintings, furniture and tapestry in her speed trial. An rone.i4tng a sketch and description mayOntckly.s

. the vessel was again in smooth water some of which had been handed i I The digestive powers of the hyena Worth T oNO Men. ,nventwnreprobabiypezent.ble.crtain oar opinion free Communications whether mn +

he threw up his job. No ersuasions down from generation to generation, are extraordmarj One of these animals "Len made the glee I clnb."' eent free.ptrictly OM confident t agency I&L for TlandbnokonCatenta erurtoopatent&.

of Mr. Van Vleck had any effect on were consumed by the blaze. In the has been known to swallow six ""-lIy. his voice Is cracked." Patent notice taken without through chime Mann,in the* Co. recelrerprrial '

large bones without Crushing them. "I know but It split the other night,
the man and nothing would do him ex residence were pieces of furniture two Scientific Jlm ritan.A
and ho'a singing; duets now. -Yale .
,< cept a hasty return to Miami. He was hundred years old, while the wedding ConsulGeneral.lIarri on Bradley, R@.nrll. DMidsomely Illustrated WPetl'lr"t rtr-
here dresses of Mrs. Beard's Montreal, advises that the regula- relation of any nentiHc journaL Terms.$3 a
\ t packed aboard a boat and sent grandmotherwere rear: Tour month,lU Bold by-" new.dealerr.MUNN .

and another steward will go down to also stored there as well as other tions governing the issues of leases of Sarasota will probably have an electric & CO.36lcrOadwaJ, Hew York
: } the Novia today. Meanwhile those on i articles, such as volumes of books Dominion and school lands for coal light plant and water works system _Branch Office. K5: F Bt.Washingto.D.Co I

board of the yacht are blessing the records etc. mining purposes have been made uni by next season. rash

form. The ground rent Is to be made KILL THE: COUCH
; canning factories, bakeries and other The residence was insured in the

/. enterprises which allow one to live a sum of 6,000 but this does not cover 1 $1 per acre per annum, and the royaltyfive EUREKA: AND CURE THE LUNGS

few days without a cook. Such are the one-half the loss. The building itself. cents a ton. Not more than 640 Yes, I Have Found it at Last

:- troubles of yachting. had a valuation of probably $10,000, acres are to he leased to one person. Found what Why that thawl..rlain's:
1 WITH Dr.
Salve curra eczema and all manner of; King'sNew
while the furniture and heirloomswere Neighborhood FavoriteMrs. of the skin. I have been afflicted for ninny

;t A Knocker almost priceless. years with skin disease I had to get up three
I:. D. Charles.of Harbor. laint>,speak.
is a man who cant see good in any person or ins: of Electric Bitters says: "It*a neigh or four times every night and wash with roM Discovery
:_, thing. It's a habit caused by a disordered Suffering and Dollars Saved borhood favorite here with us." It deservesto water to allay the terrible itching, but since.
using this salve .
; : in 1)ecember,19O. the itching
'r f liver. If you find that you are beginning to be a favorite everywhere. It (gives quick
] i see things through blue spectacles treat your E. S. Leper, of Manila. N" Y. sways "I relief in dyspepsia liver complaint, kidney has stopped and baa not troubled me.- FOR +OUCHS PRICE
Elder John T. oa.
a l&; cleaning out process with Bal- am a carpenter and have had many severe derangement malnutrition nervousness Ongley, Kootville. Pa. Forhal OLDS Trial Bottle free
K LVr&Herbine A sure cure for constipation cots healed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It weakness and general debility. Its action on by Titcuville Pharmacy and all dealers. -1
11 dyspepsia indigestion, sick headache bilious- has saved me suffering: and dollars. It is the blood as a thorough purifier make it
IL ness all liver, stomach and bowel troubles. by far the best healing salve I have ever especially useful as a spring medicine. This Don't think that piles can't be cured. Thousands GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY' ;
Sofa by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner found Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores, grand alterative tonic is sold under guaranteeat of obstinate cases have been cured by OB MONEY REFUNDED.
vs t' Drug Store. eczema and piles. Y,;c. at Banner Drug Store. the Banner Drug Store. 50c. Doan' Ointment. 50 cents at any drag store

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THE.FLORIDA STAR estimated as high as $1,500,000 year DISTRICT COURT t

from that state and is mostly the JUDGE.U.S.:

i Entered at the postoffice at Titninlle M fault of the growers and packers,

if econd-elM8 mail matter. and due to improper handling. This

report was issued as bulletin No. Recommends Pe-ru-na as an i
Editor and Publisher.
Kill B.Water,
123, bureau of plant industry, March

.PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING8UBSCBr.TIOVlM.50FEK 31, 1908. Anyone can get it by ap- Invigorating Tonic. i
<*? plying to Hon. James Wilson
secretary -
John W. Bixler
Judge .
s-:;.. of agriculture, Washington, ,
D. C.

AArertl iuK Application.It late Furnished. on It has been understood that the formerly United States .

department[ agent detailed to make v : rr 4 J

v; most be clearly understood that neither the investigation for Florida will Circuit Judge, now United
THI STAB nor its editor is responsible for
g opinions expressed by correspondents. state his facts and conclusions at the

annual meeting of our State Horti- States District Judge, of :

; Everybody interested in the wel- cultural society to be held at Gaines- i ,

anxious to ville in May. The society has Kansas endorses Peruna : < ,
fare of the town and see no J 1 ; :f: ::yyr :

,lf Titusvflle keep moving ahead and money provided by the state to cir-

improve should attend the mass culate this or any other information,

meeting at the court house tonight. but a good dollar bill sent to E. 0.

: See notice in another column todayin Painter, secretary, at Jacksonville,

regard to this movement. The will make any person a member of

people now have the opportunity of- hejsociety for one year and get one ,*, ?*.,? & *& .'
fered them to own and control the copy of the report of the meeting.It 1 can

hotel. If they let this chance pass is no use to send to Prof. Rolfs, tllb i i Ic,,! r ijf_ >' :.:iiAt :;J >4 i .*. ';'unhesitatingly' commend 1

t by'them the fault will be theirs. director the agricultural experi- ; 1' ? yonrTcnini fas

ment station, and president of the eninvigorating

Although Hon. J. N. C. Stocktonis State Horticultural society for the i v ,( I f ftonic.

report of 1907 for he had but ; R t i aho as '$
not making much of a rustle one
excellent /
copy furnished him and could not
through the newspapers as regardshis 11L1 remedy for

candidacy for governor, he has get another, the society being too cough* and _,

been a very busy man for several poor to do much, but meet, cuss and ; fJUDGEJOHNW.BIXLERT colds.

weeks past in this respect and is getting discuss and adjourn, a deficiency for 1750 P.STREET. yf"y

:t out among the people. He was the printing having to be met every y 1 WASHINGTON.D.C., K.

away out in West Florida last week year by the members, and the socie-

.,a following an active week of campaigning ty always in debt to its wealthy treas- Pe-ru-na Testimonials.When Disordered Liver, Co ltlrltiOn.Mr. : .

the lower gulf coast pond urer. But if the orange growers of ." .0.Clement,Aa-irtunt :Manager
t. on I any man or woman, out of pure gratitude,writes us a letter,commenting "
Florida want to restore'the "Rome Georgian, I v>MitOwrit**:
4: later visited Gainesville where he reputa- upon the benefits he has received from the use of Peruna,whenhe

and Mr. Brown both made addresses tion of state in the New York orange does this without any solicitation or remuneration of any sort,an.l furnishes "It testify affords to the me truo p'ea-ure merit voluntarily of jour won-

at the convention of the Anti-Saloon market and not be peddling their us a r<<,photograph, so that his Identity and responsibility in derful Peruna.
the matter is beyond question, then do we consider a testimonial availablefor
i<3 league. Hon. R. Hudson Burr has grove crops in the home market in "I' have for several years been tiering
our advertising
April as they are doing with good Indian purposes.We from disordered liver and chronic constipation
4 withdrawn from the gubernatorial are at the present time publishing many hundreds of testimonials.We .
for which th d tried
: great
-a! '.contest in a very sensible and manly river oranges at this time of give the name and address in full of each one of these people. many remedies, but none did. any
writing, they better have their State We have no use for,nor would we publish for any sum of money,a raudu- 2
letter in favor of Mr. Stockton, and good.1ly whale system\\\1.3.)1t. ugh- _
do such would be dishonorable from moral
Horticultural lent testimonial. To a thing )
' really it seems as though there i iw is society immediately standpoint, and commercial suicide from a business standpoint. \ ly overcome that I wa=easy tocatch cold
"heeled" with a $5,000 to $10,000 -----------------------------------------------(1 and the consequence- flat a c>.route
nothing left for the people to nowi .
annual case of catarrh was la'te ell pin;;.'
state do bus-
appropriation to
i but to go ahead and nominate Mr. iness with. Tonic and Appetizer.W. tly numerous friends in Texas',:hereI .I. "1 have been ta: ,:in. l' ruua for six

Stockton, and this we firmly believewill I II.Parsons is ex.State Senator and have had the honor to command a weeks and am ha; :.v >u ...y that it has
be done in the first primary on: I have no orange trees in bearing ex-SpecialJudRe of the Supreme Courtof brigade of her Veteran Cavalry, in a had the desired el .'t. My liver is in

May 19th. myself, but may have some time and Texas, also Brigadier General in Con- four-year war, may accept this, voluntary good; condition, constitution disappeared
don't want to overload Col. Flagler'scars federate Army. In a recent letter from testimonial to the merit of Peruna I ,and 1 no longer feel any of the

-# with my fruit crop going into a 925: H St.,N.W.,Washington, D.O, this from a sense of obligation for its won- symptoms of catarrh.
The County Treasurership derful efficacy." "In truth I am now in better health
continued in prominent gentleman says:
slump any northern "Upon the recommendation of Appetite and Digestion Poor. and feel stronger than I have for several
s per-
- The withdrawal of Mr.J. F. Woot market.
sonal friends and many strong testimo- Mr. Charles bchweib, Lexington, years and it is all due to the wonderful
en's name for treasurer before the It seems to be a good time now to nials of the efficacy of Peruna in the Texas,writes: effects of Peruna."

coming primary on account of ill 1 hustle after our entire crop has failed treatment of the numerous symptoms of "I Buffered from catarrh of the liver. Systemic Catarrh.Mr. .

r' health, as explained in his letter, published to find buyers because of the prevailing the grip,with which I have been affect What I ate disagreed with me. I was .Moses F. Merrill,Route 8, Columbus .
ed for four months past, I have been induced weak and feverish. 1 slept very poorly, ,Kansas, writes:
elsewhere in THE STAR is, o f ignorance of the ando
growers to undergo a treatment of this had rush of blood to the head. I was "The improvement in my health h4
', course, a great disappointment t shippers as to what has killed the justly celebrated formula."I I very despondent, and took no pleasure been wonderful. My bowels are regularas

his many friends. However ambi orange market. OLIVER GIBBS. feel a decided change for the better [ in anything. My appetite was clock-work. I can now eat like other

tious a man's first duty should always -- -- after using it only one week. It is especially changeable,digestion poor. people and my victuals digest com-
be to his family and everyone good intoning up the stomach, I "Your medicine made me well again, pletely. I think I am cured of systemlo
PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTS _nd has a decided effect upon my appe for which I express to you my heartfelt catarrh.
will admire Mr. Wooten for his tite. I therefore feel much encouragedthat i thanks. firmly believe that for all who "It has been a hard fight, but I cam

{f frankness in refusing to run for this I am on the road to complete res i suffer in like manner it would have the out victor. Many thanks for your kind

;, ,j r position under the circumstances and Announcements under this beading$j.O) toration. I I same good effect." counsel and management."
published until_ f' first primary with an exception -
! ; sincerely hope that his health ----- --------- - --- ---------------------
may made of*2 oO for county commission-
11 be restored to him. ers and members of the school )board, the fee For RepresentativeI
t to be paid in advance. I
t In connection with this position, respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for representative in the leg
' Mr. R. F. Hatch, of Rockledge, has County TreasurerI islature from Brevard county, at the Low Prices for Lumber

this week offered his name for county am a candidate for county treasurerof primary election to be held May 19th.
' : treasurer, following Mr. Wooten's Brevard county and respectfully solicit My platform is "The will and wish of
the support of all voters at the the people of Brevard county. I haveno
; withdrawal. Mr. Hatch is a young coming Democratic primary. pet schemes, and if elected will onlygo TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.

man of fine business ability, reared R. F. HATCH. as your representative."
Rockledge, Fla., April 15th, 1908. I Thanking you for your support, I re-
right here in Brevard in of the
one II I main Yours truly, Are now selling PINE LUMBER al the following low prices :

most highly respected families ever For County Commissioner I JOHN HOUSTON.For .

resident of this county. There is no
To the Voters of Brevard County.I I State Senator, 13th DistrictI Framing, dressed four sides________________ $ 15.00B
question of his fitness for the positionand
hereby announce myself acandidate and better Flooring Ceiling and
} I hereby announce myself a candidatefor Siding20.00
i it is for the Democratic voters for county commissioner from district;

to decide which of two good men No. 2, subject to the action of the pn teenth re-election senatorial as senator district from of the Florida thir-, No. 1 Common " ___ 15.00

they will nominate for this office. mary. If elected Iill endeavor to subject to the action of the Democratic No.2" "
the fair ____ 10.00
give people a impartial serI I party at the approaching primaries.F. .

vice. Respectfully JOHN R. M. HUDSON. Sheathing, dressed one side______ ______ _____ 10.00F.
Fruit Growers Meeting

f, t* There will be a called meeting of For County Treasurer For State Senator, 13th DistrictI O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROMPT SHIPMENTS
E hereby announce myself candidatefor
the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Ship- Courtenay, Fla., March 25, 1908. state senator for the thirteenth a senatorial -- --

4 pers' Protective association to be To the Voters of Brevard County district composed of Brevard, I ject to the action of the coming Dem- { For Representative
- i' held Lakeland decided St. Lucie and Dade counties, subject to ocratic primary and would thank you
Tuesday Having
on April to
announce myself as the will of the for At the solicitation of
t Democrats as expressedat kindly your I my friends 1
21st at 10 All members and a candidate for nomination at the coming .support.Respectfully
Si. m. Democratic the ensuing primary. hereby announce myself a candidate for
primary for tle office of
.,, subscribers are urged to attend this county treasurer, I respectfully request J. W. WATSON. A. A. STEWART_ I the representative next from Brevard county in
-- -- legislature
and also all already support, promising that if subject to the action -
meeting not your
: I growers and elected you nominated For Tax AssessorTo For Supt. Public InstructionTo I of the coming primary election of
I will fulfill the
members are requested to be the office in the the Voters of Broard Cvintv: May 19th. My platform will be pub
interest of the peo- the People) of Brevard County. lished in THE STAR
present. You will be notified of ple of Brevard county, as in the past Yielding to the solicitation of many future. in full in the near
respectfully announce myself as a J. W OSBAN.
when I was honored with friends I announce myself as a candi-
place of meeting on arrival at Lake- :jour confi- candidate for re-election as county tax --- -
dence. date for -
nomination before the -
land. By order of the directors.J. assessor. Trusting my work has met primaries.If coming For State'
Very respectfully, AttorneyI
C. CHASE, Sect'y. JNO. H. SAMS your approval and thanking you for nominated and re-elected I shall)) use
-- -. your support, I remain yours truly, my best effort, as in the past, to pro- hereby announce m> candidacy for
For RepresentativeI mote the interest of our whole public nomination to a second term of officef
= Decay of Oranges in Transit school sj stem Respectfully state's attorney in and for the 7th judi-
am a candidate for represenativ For Member of County School Board Jon R. WALKER. cial circuit of Florida, subject to the
}Ilitor of THF FLORID and respectfully ask the --- --- -- Democratic
T.\R support of all We, the many friends, announce the ] primary to IIC held on May
Democratic voters in the coming pnmarj. name of J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge, For Tax CollectorTo 19th 1908. If again trusted with the
Some time ago you printed an article Verv truly. Fla., a clean, straight, capable man, as the Voters of Urevard t ounty: administration of this most important
of mine calling attention to the R B STEWART. candidate for member of the county office by the JIt.opll'. I will, as 1 have
----- school board for this the I herewith announce my candidacy for always strut to do. perform
investigation being made by the national ----- the office of tax collector of my duty
For Member School Board, 3rd Dist. and ask the support of all)) good Brevard impartially and fearlessly l for the bet
department of agriculture on citizens at the coming primary. count}. If elected to this office I promise interests of the statt
I announce myself a candidate for re- to give my best services to the people JOHN
this subject, in which I said a MANY FRIENDS. JONES.
nomination as member of the school and trust I will receive their sup- States Attorney 7th Judicial
liminary report had been made tour board for the third district, and ask the For Member of School BoardTo port at the coming primary. --- Circuit
Florida State Horticultural so- support of all if my past record as such PHILIP II WRIGHT. --- -
has been satisfactory. I have been a the Voters of Brexard County. ----- For County Commissioner
ciety and another and final reportwas resident of Brevard county for 34 y ears 1 respectfully)) announce myself as a For Supervisor of RegistrationTo We respectfully
expected to be soon forthcoming. E. B. ARNOLD. candidate at the next pnmanes'for school shall)) lie candidates! for announce that we
'r board member for district No. 1. 1 the DemO'ratic \'oter*of Brevard County. Monors countrommM-
This was in reference to Florida --------- from our
or- respective
NoticeI shall appreciate the support of all)) I am a candidate for renomination bv the next primary tloction at
anges. > A. J. CARTER. the Democracy Brevard county for Trusting that
Now, I have received the department respectfully announce myself as a the office of supervisor of registration. approval, and that our we services will meet TOOT
candidate at the next primary eJection' Notice If nominated I promise a continuanceof \\ receive vir
report on the same subject for for re-election as sheriff of Erevan To the Voters of Brevard County a faithful performance of the duties support J. M. e remain yours truly
California, showing conclusiv ely that county. I would, appreciate the earnest Thanking you for past favors I again of the office. Soliciting the support of J. U. MInT Out.Dst. No. 1./
{ :l the immense loss from decay in transit support of all)) our people. beg to announce myself as a candidatefor all in the primary, R. A. OONKMNG. Jist.:0.No 2.
I I Yours truly, re-election to the office of clerk of I am very respectfully, F. A. *
going to eastern market, and JOSEPH P. BROWV. the circuit court of Brev ard county sub- W. S. NOROOIt >. T. J. I UmuNxoN.IK'KMIUTT.I,6t.Dist. Na No. 4.5,



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'w : 1908 THE FLORIDA STAR' 5 ..

';' i;.. TH'TIHPOIliTOHDUCATION' velously developed along pretty defi- subjects were interesting and educa- V

} : nite lines, but there is a growing tional. I came home feeling better .iss7 I 1J

'4s_ -, 'J. ... feeling that the historic curriculumis equipped than ever for the important \J
ii'' .! .
: unbalanced and one sided, that we and responsible duties incumbent upI I

,. Supt.= flair's Trip to ,have built up a system of schools on me.I ". ....Jt
Al Where the finest Biscuit
.:J1.l.H .;Ohe Boatel'ut Public Instruction i the needs of the minority. In the ucational treat. ,
of Brnfi'k.r cake hot-breads I :
.t! ;Pf-fand
-. f Agreeable to. my promise I submit industrial conditions we have offered JOHN R. WALKER, Supt. -
-: r :-_for your consideration- a brief review the means of knowledge to millions, or puddings are required ff j l'f

r.. (of my attendance upon the N. E. association but our schools have not yet risen to COUNT COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDIIGContinued ( r I

(department of superinten- their responsibility as instruments of from page 8. pyal is indispensable. | iRAfaofatelyPure .

4 ,dance) Washington, D. C, Feb. 25, the state in the development of pop- t ,!
26, zr: Our trip over the Southern ular efficiency: He recommended 'The following vouchers were approved s i s

railway: from Jacksonville'to Washington several remedies for the conditionshe and warrants ordered to be

4. was not only pleasant, but to described. He advocated the introduction drawn for same. "

me profitable. Coming in contact into the first six grades ofa GEXESAL FUNDJ. ,
with comprehensive of M. Osban,county commissioner__$ 800J. Uoi.1 :
some of the best educators in system primary : ,
T .
R.}Miot county comm'r and mileage 12 40
the state, the information from an industrial training, to socialize and R. A. Conkling, N N 1680T.

excnange of views, experiences,etc., industrialize our so called grammar .A. Robinson, .. 1100) ...
was alone worth the cost of the trip. [schools, the abolition of the old time T.J.Cockshntt, 880A. IJakinc'owder \,,' '

We arrived in Washington classical high school as such and the A.Stewart, acconntant__________ 3000J. ;.: ,
Sunday, .
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Feb. 24th, and quartered at the Ral- introduction of general manual train- Brown waiting on board 4 00 I.: ,
A.A.Stewart, minutes for
publication 5 00
eigh hotel. Some of us were up early ing and commercial course in all high A.A.Stewart,waiting on board etc... 98 75 1 '. I > I,
a Monday morning and spent the day schools, and the establishment of at John Henry co.treas_____ 134 81 Not only for rich or fine food t' I'._ .
: in sight seeing. least one secondary industrial schoolin John Henry, making state auditor's '

: : Tuesday morning, Feb. 25th, the every city. These questions were report ----------_______.. 25 00 or for special times or service. ;. '

: convention convened at the Metro- ably discussed by other gentlemen.The E.W.__Hall_____com.____on___1907___assessmentroll ________ 400,00 Royal is equally valuable in the 's.,: I
politan Memorial morning session closed at 1 ,. "
Methodist church. W.S.Norwood,registration officer___ 15 00
'- More than 2,000 educators from eve- o'clock,and the convention was calledto B. R. Wilsen, blanks for co. jdgs.of.. 400 I preparation of plain, substantial, aj r, t' .A
ry section of the country were said order at o'clock for the after- H.& W. B. Drew Co., mtg. record___ 1800A. .. .
noon session. This session was devoted .A.Stewart, expo paid on mtg.hook. 65 f everyday foods for all occa ;
to be present. _____.___ ,
J.P.Brown, janitor ______ 5 00 .l'
Speaker Cannon, W. M. Hays, to the discussion of industrial J.P.Brown,care of courthouse ground 30 00) sions. It makes the food more j ,
Commissioner McFarland and United education. Prof. Elliot of the Uni- Titusville Electric Light Co.. lights. 19 00 .. t
States Commissioner of Education versity Wisconsin said the land resounds A. A. Stewart, recording elec. dist. ta ty,nutritious and wholesome. '\ .J \

with boundaries _________. '
exclamations 410J.
of loyalty -------- ;
: Elmer E. Brown addressed the mem- ;
P. Brown, delivering registration 1 t
bers of the convention. toward a genuinely public education, books------_______________ 23 00) ., '
Frank E. Cooper, superintendent an education for and by and of the J. D. Ennis wood for laiL._____ 7 25 \J.t i r
; of the schools of Seattle, Washington people. He spoke of the need for in- Wm.)Maier painting water tower...___ 23 55 t ,
and vestigation to acquire pertaining to Win.Maier.painting clerk's office__. 5055P. ;
president of the association, I'
called the session to order about 9:80 industry and to children and to determine .J. Hall work at jail and 788 73 The newspapers are now held responsible experiences of Colombia and Venez- '.
Jas. Pritchard &Son mdse for jaiL_ 11 COi for "distrust" entertainedof uela must be careless ,
the extent of the demandfor very or very 1'1
o'clock. 1;". Y L n "
: trained u. j>ran y ot jiiv. muse.u for la1.w..__ 4 7U us by Mexico. Well, the weak foolish. It is wonderful the sins the .; :
After the invocation by Bishop workers in specific fieldsof :J.P. Brown, frgbt.on coal for,jaiL___ Z13 neighbor who is not warned by the newspaper men will have to answer. J ;
Earl Cranston, Speaker Joe Cannon industry. Howard D. Brundage, The Gco. H. Fernald Hdw. Co., coaL 1320 t Pr
of the Stout Training schools of Me- E.C. L.& S.Co..sack of cement___ 8.5 1 f
f was introduced. He said, in part, as R.J.Dunnam home________ 42 00
nominee Wis.
speaker of the house of representatives a splendid paperon E. L. Brady mdse.'for county home.. 25 57 J )
this topic, setting forth the demands Indian River Ice
a co-ordinate branch of the J.P.Brown teams for grand jury___ 4 00 Factory
-., government that is most near to the of this great social and indus- J.R. Walker& Con mdse. for county
"" people, I welcome you here. You trial need. Many others took partin home___________________________ 2811 j
touch the discussion of this subject and Julius Kline,mdse. for county home_ 2 24 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA S 1
superintendents 15,000,000 Wilson&Toomer Fertilizer ;
Co., ferti-
youth who are qualifying for life for every phase of it was touched. At lizer for county home..___.____... 9 00 >
a sovereignty. He declared that edu- !the evening session an illustrated E. W.Dunn,cook at county home___ 1000 Pure ice manufactured from distilled
address by Assistant Secretary of Ag- The Florida Star, pub. boundaries of
cational institutions should be inde-
pendent of the state and should be riculture Hays was the feature. He voting precincts___---............. :52 50 water. Prompt deliveries to all pointsA. j
A.A.Stewart, certified of grand '
spoke of the plan to unite the educa- copy
< maintained by taxing the people. jury presentment_....______...... 1 85 S. Piatt
tional forces of the federal and state Proprietor -
Commissioner ,
McFarland followed A. A. Stewart,cpyg.lists of jurors,etc. 400C
3 with a hearty welcome. He said governments,planned by the Davis B.Robinson.ct.reporter and mileage 2180
bill then pending in congress. Quitea B. R.Wilson, drawing jury for ct ct.. 200I.
Washington not only the politi-
g was
number discussed this question, R. Ice Factory,ice for circuit court. 1 55 KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE :
cal but the educational center of the J.
P. Brown drawing and
summoning :1
country,here the greatest educational some for, others against it. Next juries_________________________ 29 60
came an address of greeting by Senor J. P. Brown Buggy Type J
forces and here the educational trea- summoning witnesses be- .
sures, both under the control of the Ezequiel Chavez, under secretary of I fore grand jury________________... 43 55 !HIGH WHEELS SOLID TIRES STANDARD TREAD ,
Mexico J. P.Brown for circuit ,
public education, spoken in messages court 5 00
t national government, are to be found Spanish and interpreted by Mr. I: Jos. Willis bailiff for grand jury______ 6 25 $375 andLip t! J
Vi here and here alone. All scholars of E.}I.Stokes, ferryman__________ 3 00 1 '
things American, come to the American Branch, the inspector of English and A. A.Stewart, tax redpt. ____________ 4 00 Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD Fort Pierce Fla. .. J
capital. Mexican schools. I was too far awayto G. L.Mandaville,telephone_________ 7 50
get much of this speech but it was The different road fund districts !
1 W.Assistant M. Mays Secretary was the: of next Agriculture speaker. I well received and enjoyed by those aggregate the following amounts:: EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. i :

more favorably seated. Road fund district No. 1_____________ 72 81 ,
j He described the relation of the ex- Wednesday morning the sessionwas N N 2..._________ 168 57
periment stations and record work taken with the election of of- *. .. .. 3_____________ 59663 DEALERS IN .
of the agricultural department to the up N M 4___________ 324 01
x educational work of the country. ficers adjournment, committee the reports announcementwas etc. Before N M N N 5____________ 31557 Lumber and Building Materials : : i

His speech was able and logical. I ROAD FUND .
wish I had it in full. made that the president would John Henry, making statement..___. 5 00 OF ALL KINDS ALSO CRATE MATERIAL : !
introduced receive the convention at the White E.C.R.R.Co., freight on roller______ 10190 .
,.1, President Cooper next House at 2:30 o'clock'in the after- The Austin Western Co.,road roller Yards at Titusville, Cocoa, Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach
f: United States Commissioner of Education After lunch I went over to and scraper__________.__________ 333 50 1-
noon. We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders
t Elmer E. Brown. Among the capitol and through the courtesyof St.Lucie county, repairing Sebastian for shipment direct from the mills
Mr. Brown said there ferry _____ 12 80
other things, ----------------------
: < Senator Taliaferro was given a
1. :, are two great ends in particular GAME WARDEN Ff>'D. 4k
seat in the senate gallery. Just as I ;r
__________ WNiNi'RWNNiNN/rWNr
-i; which we may hope may be furthered seated myself Senator Culbertson,of J. P. Brown game warden 3500 .
by our meeting of the year 1908 in FINE AND FOBFEI1TBE FPND. .
Texas, began a speech on the money
First, it B. R. Wilson crim. in co.j's.cL. 1328J.
the city of Washington. pros.
panic. I enjoyed this speech so muchI ** .. .
P. Brown.M
! may bring about a more perfect un- forgot all about the president and ** N *" ** circuit ct. M 65 HARDWARE f
ion between the forces that ,make .* .. ___
did not get to the reception. com. on collections 1370
l for culture and the forces that make Thursday was devoted almost ex- ** feed of prisoners______ 11300 <

'! for industrial training. In the sec clusively to round table conferences.A On motion the board adjournedto V

ond place it may strengthen the bonds ( ) Round table, state and county meet again on the first Mondayin Jas. Pritchard & Son
-w: which make of our many state sys- superintendents. May at 2 p.m.Cured ,
tems of education one national system -
rt! of education. He spoke of ther I (B) Round table, of superinten- of RheumatismMr. Handle the Finest Lines of

f. responsibility of the nation with regard ents of larger cities.C Wm. Henry, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
schools. His was a master- ( ) Round table, of superintendents had rheumatism in his left arm. 'The Heavy and Shelf Hardware
-I to of medium and smaller cities.D strength seemed to have zone out of the muv> i
des so that it was useless for work" he says. ,
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fitness: ( ) Round table, agricultural ed- "I applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and -
wrapped the arm in flannel at night, and to
ucation.As my relief I found that the pain gradually left Our Stock of ; ,
pies.President introduced S. L. I could not attend all I went to me and the trenhtb! returned. In three
Cooper !weeks the ihcnmatHio had disappeared and
Heeter,superintendent of the schools the state and county superintendent's 'has not since returned." If troubled with Guns and -Sporting Goodsis i

:'l' of St. Pauls, Minn., who took up the meeting, wfoere I listened to the discussion -I rheumatism Balm. You are certain a few to applications be pleased with of Pain the ,'.
first topic offered the convention for of such subjects as: What relief Pharmacy which and it affords.all! For sale Titl15Villt' complete at all times ..

, consideration-The Saving of Energy should a good county superintendentknow druggists.-- ---- --- _-_ u___-__ _, __ __ __ -- t "
{ and Time in School Work. ? How can trained superin- STEWART If
(1)) In view of the increased de- tendents be provided and how should 0. A. Paints and Oils of Qualityone
, I be selected? When inspectinga
mands upon the schools, what oppor- they '7
: tunities are offered for economy in school what should a county super- of our Specialties i
of study. intendent see and do? What can the
;; teaching the course
Fire Insurance
.., ((2)) What modifications in organization county superintendent lend the peo- '4 ;
i: are necessary to secure recog- ple to do? By whom should the Quotations for large or small orders will abe

j ,; nition for pupils of varying ability, teachers be selected? The relationof afiTITUSVILLE given personal attention. Mail Orders

;lX. particularly for the ablest? the county superintendent to the FLORIDAI solicited and promptly filledrI'FUSVILL
-:' ; Mr. Heeter in treating this subject teahers, the relation of the county
We are proud, and superintendent to the county board. 1
said in part: i represent some of the leading I E
";;.t1 justly so, of what we are prone to be- Papers were limited to twelve min- companies of the world and any :
in utes and opening discussion to five entrusted to will JJIII.IIIJIIIIIJIIIIIIIII.IJIIII.JIIII.IJIIIIII'i
lieve to be the finest public system I business me receive -
: which has mark minutes. These discussions of these I prompt andcaref attention v 1 v wv y nrfV >a r itl r i r l+l+ >a y v J'u'Y1+ >+ M alp r 1 lffVw >r w. Jl
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;, :- Tt,r, "v'.O' a THE FLORIDA STAR. \ APRIL 17 1908 _

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7 number o(appll'atlons for aeronautical anarchist and comrade of Miss Gold- silly task. All the speakers said the
ti tii patents the majority of Ideas dealing mau:was released from custody of the police clubbing had made many re- BEST !fOR THEBOWELS

IU I l with a combination 'of the aeroplaneand local police in connection with the Un- cruits for the Socialist cause.

the dirigible balloone ion square bomb throwing. Sllverstein, WculJ! Isolate All Anarchists.The .
the man who was Injured In trying to
Quarantine Cuba.
suggestion that the advocates of
The marine hospital service in ordering throw the bomb at the police, still lingered anarchy be sent to some lonely Island If b.Ttu'a recd&r.aNlthy mOTlJlleII&Seepyonrt of
} the yellow fever quarantine against between life and death at the where they could try out their theoriesof I Doisoa.fa l .ThSsmoothest. ,
i hospital and Is said to hare told obat&sie or pill S nlerou.
i; .ij 0N 1 THEWORO[ Cuba has excepted the Havana district the freedom and no government Is offered .l&aleat.moat P take of keeDlat

this exception of Governor being made Magoon upon that theassurant'e ten police ed how to get be revenge made the upon bomb the and pollt'ewho Iri- R. MacArthur the Rev. Dr.of the clear and CANDYCATHARTIC cl.M U&

had clubbed him.
Havana Is now a clean city. the Calvary Baptist "
,. Cannot Export Jersey Water.
Flotilla Joins Battleships. church, New York'A

& Asquith Takes Up ,Reins of British On April 5 the flotilla of torpedo boat The United States supreme court has lie expresses the '"
arrived upheld the New Jersey law prohibitingthe belief that, a brief ,
destroyers at Magdalena. bay
..- :$ Govorr.ment: --2oody! : Riots Follow one day ahead of schedule thus coiapJetlne exportation of water from the experience: in the \ ,
state by pipes the appeal from that actual pracV'e of >
Monarchist Victory In without mishap the long voyag
-t law having been made by a water com- i these' theories would
from Hampton roads begun Dec. 2
Portugal-Venezuela Defiant. pany which had contracted to delivera make anarchists: of
I last a distance of 16.000 miles. It has
large quantity daily to one part of the Berkman and EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
'' Congress! Enacts New Liability: been deckled that the destroyers will New York city. The company insisted GoIJinan! type glad Pleasant PalaUUe. Potent Taste Good.and Do
not return to the Atlantic coast. Good Never Sir lea.Weaken or Gripe; 10.**
t ; Law Rules Checking Mi- that the law impaired the contract and tnougli to return to CO cents per box. Write for free mj>l.,and book
: Gag ***
Better Cars For Negroes.The : therefore unconstitutional. let on health. Address
m was civilization which
i ; v nority Filibuster The Presi- president in a letter lo the attorney i Policemen Burglars Railroaded. they now denounce I>r.R-S.MacArthurand Sterling Remedy Company ChicaGO er New Twk.

general has directed proceedings try to destroy while the rest of the KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
dent Urges Legislation Against Philadelphia was startled out of its
by Injunction to compel certain ------- --
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"would learn with
great composure -
wonted contentment with the existing
Anarchism MassachusettsCourt railroads! of the, south whereJim regime once more by the disclosures of of tee results which would fol- England pay $565,000 to have

Cr3W"aI'S ore operated to furnish a secret and active combine between low their theories on this lonely Island Czar Nicholas visit London In 1844. Of

Against Sympathy equal accommodations( to white and members of the police force for the purpose ." Dr. MacArthur does not hesitateto this $60,000 was spent In redecorating

) .? Strikes-New York Racing, Reform colored passengers as ordered by th? of burglarizing stores and resi- connect the invectives and activitiesof Buckingham Palace.
interstate commerce commission. He the better class of Socialists with the .- ---
dences. Director Clay was compelledto
: :. Bills Tied. i I refers particularly to the case,of the take drastic action first suspending throwing of the bomb In Union square. President Roosevelt Say
Nashville. Chattanooga and St. Louis
: officers of the station Implicated and Block That Houses 6,173 Souls. that outdoor exercise id needed by the American
i. railway which has not complied with then bringing the accused policemen to Harold M. Finley In a report for people. That's aU very well, but how advice
that -
I L FOREIGNAsquith I he order. can people with rheumatism follow
speedy trial Four of these and two Federation the organ of the Federation ? The answer is simple-use BalUras
For an Army of 100,000. accomplices wbo pleaded guilty, were of Churches gives the result of his Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will KO,
Britain's New Premier. Upon the suggestion of Brigadier Indicted tried and sentenced in six study of the congested sections of New leaving you as spy a* a colt. Gives quick

i Sir Henry Camp'n'll-Bannerniau form General Bell chief of staff the president : hours. The policemen got a seven York. There, he. says one may find and permanent, lame back relief and from all pai rheumatism s. Sold by neuralgia Ti--

' ally relinquished udk-e as the prim- has appointed a social army year sentence and their chief assistant. now more than seventy-five blocks having tusville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store

minister of Great Britain. April 5. aft- board to draw up plans for a general Frost four years. The nineteenyearold a density of population of over 1.000

; r -er a long Illness from which be could reorganization of the army calling for boy who acted as a tool was sent people to the acre. In 1003 SOd blocks The railway between Tienstin and
:- and under an increased strength from 65.000 officers had a population of 1,000 souls each without delay.
not hope to fully recover to a reformatory. Jdge Kinsey In delivering Chinkians Is to be built
the unprecedented and men an at present, to 100.000. sentence bitterly berated the ISC had 2.000 population forty-six over This road one of the most Importantlinks

circumstanceof i New Public Printer. convicted officers of the law for their 3000. three over 4,000 and one with of the Chinese railway system,
the nlwseuw The president! has nominated John S. treasonable actions. The confession of over 5.000 and one other with exactly
miles in length and for the
will be 600
: of the king ruin Leech of Illinois to the office of public the boy led to the exposure. 6,173. This last Is the nero block on
t the country Edwafd printer to, succved Stiliings. resigned. the upper west side bounded by Am- greater part of its course will parallelthe

being himself Leech Is.known as a union man in sterdam and West End avenues and Grand canal. -
j taking treatment good standing. I COMMERCIAL I Sixty-first and Sixty-second streets. Of --- -- -- -;

r- a c /c at Biar Facts of Railway Combination. 122 of the most congested blocks the 1-4 of Pound a Week

ritz. The resignation ; alien percentage Is now 53.CONGRESSIONAL. at least is what a young baby ought to gainin
Ti i i taken The interstate commerce commission Harriman to Have the Erie. weight Does yours? If not there's something -
k i vast has issued a special report made In Financial centers have been chiefly! wrong/ with iu digestion. Give it Me-
{ to the king connection with the preparation of a interested In the fate of the Erie rail- Gee's Baby Elixir and it will begin gaining at
by special messenger Uniform once. Cures stomach and bowel troub ea aids
of for all
and its system accounting road for some time back. as it was digestion stops fretfulutss good fur teething
Interstate railways. It shows bow the known that this Morgan property was babies. Price 23c. and 50c. Sold by Titus-
t ; .# acceptance sent railroads have been interwoven Into on the point of defaulting obligations.At ; A Liability Bill 300 to 1. ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.
t I back by wire. At vast systems of stock control and the crucial moment E. II. Ilarrimau Determined to check the Democratic

the same time makes possible a uniform balance stepped forward with bis personal loan filibuster at all hazards, the \Readers of :Mayor Morroy, of BeAton Harbor
H. IL Asquith.
t-- the king sum sheet. For the first time it gives official of $:>J"ocJOOO in cash to the manage- the bouse majority first brought In a Mich.., threw the key of his grocery :

: i moned Herbert H. Asquith, chancellor statistics of the amount of stock In the ment. This is taken to mean that be rule from the rules committee provid- store into the canal five years ago. and

: e.. of the the appointment exchequer to to the Biarritz vacant to premier-receive hands of the general public. Out of and his associates had Arranged to assume ing for the appointment of confereeson the place has not been locked since. i ,'
about 18000000.000 vf outstanding entire control of the road in senate amendments to appropriation C
f- ship. While this choice pleases a majority railroad securities 5500000.000 is held which heretofore be has had only a bills making a motion to take a A Baby Show in Titusville "
of the Liberals. It is unsatisfactory by the corporations, leaving in the minority interest Just before Ilarrl- recess superior to a motion to adjourn .
I would have contestants, but it's safe to
to the labor and Irish elements. many
hands of the public $7.800.000,000 of man's offer reached the directors hold and undebatable and also making un- say that the healthiest baby would win the
Before starting Asquith eulogized the funded debt and $4.700.000.000 of ers of maturing notes had given notice debatable a motion to close general de- prize. No baby can be healthy who suffers ,
...r character of the retiring premier and stocks. that more time would not be given bate. This rule was adopted debate from worms and most babies do. unless they 1
moved the adjournment of parliament are kept tree from them wan nue s (i/ream
It denied.
and a receivership was thought In- ,Y: on being
Vermifuge. Acts quickly, yet mildly is iU
till April 14, which was agreed to. "
evitable. and there was sharp own purgative. Mothers don't attempt to
Election Riots In Portugal. LEGALCRIMINALSympathetic I Railroad Business Better. clash of words between raise children without White's Cream Vermi )
j Starting with a dispute over the Williams and fuge. Price 25 cents. Sold by Titn ville
The Baltimore and Ohio railroad receipts I Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.
counting of the votes in one section of Strikes Illegal. Dalzell. Thus was I
a for March were 5% per cent bet-
Lisbon at the end of the the cleared for
( parliamentary way
The Massachusetts supreme court In ter than In February, and this is regarded ? There are now In India 10,000,000 :
13 elections April 5. crowds of Republicans action April 6. when
o the of nine
building contractorsof
as a sign of returning prosperity. more Mohammedans than the whole f
made forcible resistance to the ar- Lynn who asked an Injunction tbe employers' liability
of the election :'- bill was Christian population in the British empire
bitrary ruling government against the Building Trades council for passed L
officers and fierce rioting ensued.. enforcing a sympathetic strike against Record Prices For Beef. under suspensionof which numbers about 53,000.000t.. .
F- which was checked only 'when the the open shop has ruled that any such The prices of all kinds of meats! have tbe rules with -

:4 troops had fired into the mob. killing at strike Is Illegal. The opinion holds continued to soar In all the centers of J. S. Williams. forty minutes for A HAPPY

least seven persons and wounding a that a union has no right to decide a population and a commercial war 1* debate Just as It came from the committee

hundred. Demonstrations continued, grievance between employer and employee : on between the pacers and the cattle the vote being 300 to 1. Little- HOMEIs
however, for several days and hun- raisers. while the consuming public field of Maine cast the dissenting vote.
no right to force an employerto
' weds of citizens were arrested. Martial submit to a delegate body, and that pays the bills or turns vegetarian. The Both sides of tbe bouse applaudedwhen one where health abounds.

;w t law was used throughout the city the rules of tbe unions in question are packers are forcing down the price wf the measure was read on motion With impure blood there can

which looked like an armed camp. The unlawful. Chief Justice Knowlton dissented cattle at the same time that they are of Sterling of Illinois chairman of the not be good health.

result of the voting was an overwhelming the charging more to the wholesale meat Judiciary committee, for whom It will With a disordered LIVER there
on open shop point.
victory. for the Monarchists, according dealers. be called The bill holds Interstate cannot be good blood.
Margined Stocks Redeemable.The .
: to the face of the returns. The common carriers liable for Injuries to
x Republicans gained only five seats. United States supreme court has employees received in service abolish-
while the .Regenerators bead the list affirmed the practice on the New York I EDUCATIONALTeachers 1 ing tbe common law rule barring com- '

1 with sixty-two seats, and the Progress- Stock Exchange that a broker is the pensation where the negligence of a Ttitt' Pills
y ists come second with fifty-nine seats. agent of the customer and that the lather Going to Prussia. fellow servant can be proved and relaxing s !

f The suffrage is limited to those whocan can redeem stocks he has pur- Beginning Oct. 1 this year by an arrangement the rule of law which makes
:- read or write or who pay certain chased on margin and that such practice between tbe government of i contributory negligence a defense to
Is not contrary to the federal bankruptcy i revivify the torpid LIVER and restore
direct taxes. This excludes 80 per cent Prussia and the Carnegie FoundationFor claims for damages. But one provision
e'' law. The decision was on a its natural action.
of the makes the J
people. of the
the Advancement of Teaching, from amount recovery pro-
'; Province Excludes Motor Cars. test case.Harriman. twenty-five to fifty American teachers portioned to the degree that the claim A healthy LIVER means pure I
Answers Federal Suit.A who have at ant's negligence contributed to the accident blood.
The legislature of Prince Edward graduated some college -i
Island has excluded all motor cars general denial of the charges and taught at least oue year in a college Each party must bear the bur Pure blood means health. i
from the province on the ground of made by the government In its suit to I or high school may visit the den of his own negligence. Health means happiness.

.' public safety it being argued that conditions dissolve the Harriman system of railroads i schools of Prussia, with all expenses Liability Bill Now a Law. 1
;- -. there are peculiarly unfavorable It contained In the answer filed paid by the Prussian government. Sim- With unloosed for promptness intonate Take no Substitute. All Druggist

to the toleration of these machines by Mr. Harriman himself on April 6 at ilarly Prussian teachers will visit American tooS: up the house employers'

because the farmers have to depend Salt L.1keCity.. Answers also were schools. liability I..II: April 9 and after a lively HANDY MOTH PAPERA
a. upon horses largely to reach the trade filed by W. A. Clarke and other officials $5,000,000 to Teachers' Fund. debate passed; It by a unanimous vot<*
centers.y of the roads comprising said sys the without
same day alteration or
The Carnegie foundation has
responded moth destroyer and disinfectant. Placed
J Castro Accuses Roosevelt.Correspondence to the apical of the state universities amendment. That the president would under carpets or in the folds of fur and clothing
t e from Caracas tell Great Northern Fined $5,000.In for admission of their pro- sign it gladly and without delay was it drives away moths and worry Twelve

how the official organ of President Cast the federal circuit court at New fessors to the tension fund with the assured, as this was the first tangible Six sheets> packets in a packet 50 rents carriage if drnzgist prepaid doesn't 10 bare cent it.ta.lJgan .
-t; tro Venezuela has accused President York tin Great :Northern railway was announcement that Mr. Carnegie has response of congress: to his repeated

Roosevelt of "searching for light Incl- found guilty of rebating to tbe sugar increased the fund by $3.000.000) making suggestions on this:: line. Just! before ] Powd.rVnrkll.Clarkrttillc IOWA.Selection. 846
1 dents out of which to create a conflict trust and was fined $;jOOO by Judge the total for this purpose $15.000- the' vote Senator Gore Injected the famous -

with "en(" referring to Minister Holt but a bill of exceptions operatedto 000. \In bh letter making known this letter of the president to E. II.

Q-,; Russell's protest against the violation stay sentence. The trust already gift Carnegie says. Most grateful amI Harriman In which he said "you and I
f of has pleaded guilty to Its share In the are practical men."
L American mail pouches of the I. to be privileged as trustee of this
r a steamer Tacoma at La Guayra. The transactions and paid tines. wealth to devote it to such use." Thereare A Hole In the Rate Law.

;. article adds that if the aspiration of Rebating Lumber Company Fined. 100 colleges now on the pension Under the same procedure on the

r Roosevelt is the abdication of Venezu The Steam Salt and Lumber company list. same day tbe house proceeded to kntx-k

ela's territorial sovereignty: it Is high; of Ludington. Mich., has been the first hole in the Hepburn railroad
a. t time that the truth be known. The fined $: .OOO for accepting rebates from rate law by passing the bill to Increasethe

4: opening of the Tacoma's mail bags was the Pere Marquette on lumber ship- SOCIOLOGICALProtest list of persons, to whom free transportation -

Ir shown to have been a clerical error. ments. may be granted by the railroads -
,, Officers as Cuban Governors. .Emma Goldman Not Barred Out. Meeting Unmolested. Among the excepted classesare I

Upon the request of Governor Mar When the woman leader of American With about 200: of the New York police charity workers, clergymen secretaries
r ?' the of all the of the railroad! Y. M. C. A, Inmates
goon governors province anarchists. Emma Goldman returned force present, some in uniform and
.. of Cuba hare resigned and In their from a brief trip into Canada where others in plain clothes a 'meeting of of soldiers' homes mail clerks

i. places officers of the American army she went to address striking workmen the Socialists was held to protest and newsboys besides employees and

of occupation have been appointed. an effort was made by the American against the brutality of these same police their famiI! (>!:. it

h:; Ma goon also has decreed the creation frontier authorities to question her In preventing the Union square Pearl Harbor Naval Base. "

: of a regular army of 2.000 men commanded right to re-enter this country, and It meetins of the unemployed the week With only one opposing vote that of

by Pino Guerra.EXECUTIVE. was supposed that the action was In- before. Algernon Lee, editor of the Sherwood of Ohio (Democrat), the bill
spired from Washington In view of the New York Socialist who presided, said authorizing a naval base at Pearl harbor FRIEND TO FRIEND.The .

current federal activities against those they were glad to have.the police hear Honolulu, passed the house.
of her cult. She submitted papers showing what was thought of them. Morris Minority Bound and Gagged. personal recommendations of people

that she had married J. E. Keersner Illlqult :gave notice to< all the forces of Despite the new gag rules under who have been cured of coughs and

Interest In Flying Doubled. an Americanized foreigner, and reaction that In trying to make tbe Incident which the bouse had done business tbe colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy

t' z F The United; States patent offic re- with this explanation she was ad- the pretext: for a campaign of minority was able to offer some ob- have: done more than all else to make it a
ports that In the last year there hast mitted. slander against the Socialist movement staple article of trade and

> r .been an Increase, of 100 per cent In the Alexander Berkman, the New York they had undertaken a fruitless and Continued on page 7 t Urge put of the civilized commerce world. ova i


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