The Florida star ( April 24, 1908 )

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Material Information

Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
April 24, 1908
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID:
UF00075901:00281

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

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TITUtV i i .T.lr, FLA., FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1908


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NGS OF TH

SPRMESENT WEEK

w' IM Mtataig to Keets
IytdMtg A"aIt ToW
ewa the crowd to the Banner Drag
StMfur slmrinksald ice cream.
Mi Crrie Froecher left the first
a tir week for Jacksonville for a
vit with her aunt, iMr. A. W. Buie.
Mr.'. R. Walker presented THE
Sfa with a beet weighing 4 3-4
pomis a few days ago, grown on his
fIrmins Zrange. Whocan beatit?
Cat. John Houston, of Ean Gal-
He, candidate for representative,
wau ai tbw the first part of this
wek looking after his political fences
ft. Hnry Wilson, of Canaveral,
was n town a few days last week and
we ma is iJenial conntenwce here
aga thisweek. We arealways glad
to a- the rpiaain
Mr. M. S. am, of Courtenay, ac-
ami- d N by his son Tom, went to
New s&mur Sunday in his launch,
th 'Gator, Mr. Sams returning here
Monday via trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson were
pai- ersp Monday on the north-
boal train for Palatlk, where they
wnt ona visit to their son, Mr. T. A.
Jobann and frilly.
Mr. A.N. Nollehas added ave-
rmdnb to the west and south side of
hisettage, which will add much to
the a arane and comfort of living.
Cein or P. J. Hll had chargeof
tbh ewuk
Mr. Winstn S. Branniag has been
arrmuoed to appear before the
United States court in Miami next
Mouda as a witness for the govern-
et. It is surmised that this is a
ew feature in the Brown case.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walker and
Mrs. G.M. Bobbi went to Daytona
thefirst of the week to attend the
fourth annual snion of the Grand
Chapter of Florida, Order of East-
-m Star, held in that city Monday,
Tueday and Wednesday.
Yeh duid see the pretty lie of neck
ties jt arriv, 26 eents and 50 cents,
at Drani's.
It is rumored that Titusville will
soon have a new meat market.
Whether the rumor has room for
foundation or not remains to be seen.
Ventures in the past have been rather
short-lived, but of course that has no
ignif ee s ato the future. It may
prove out that our fast s, owing town
will now sustain two markets.
Anneinmemnt in this county for
the May primary will come to a close
next Wednesday, the 29th, and it is
quite probable that all the announce-
ments in Brevard have already been
made. Announce nts for state
offie closed several days ago. This
has been the mildest political cam-
paign in the history of the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Bates, of White
Springs, arrived this week on a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mather.
This young bridal couple are spend-
ing part of they honeymoon on the
east coast, having been married last
week. Mrs. Bates was formerly
Miss Sadie Cone. Mr. Bates is now
employed as bookkeeper for the
Camp Lumber Mills at White Springs.
Fite Monday Offerings of Men's
Clothing
Boys' blue serge suits, with knick-
erbocker trousers, sizes from 6 to 17.
worth $8,50, special $~.
Boys' suits m fancy stripes, latest
style material, with knickerboeker
trousers, worth $5.00, special $3~.
Boys' caps, gray, embroidered


with swastika croes, 5 cests each.
Brown sere aps, embroidered
with two Teddy bears, 50 cents each.
Sme ia ble.
Men's blue serge suits, made of
the bet qualityof serge, guaranteed
st color, double or ne breasted,
orth$15.00, special $ per suit.
JUuus KUNE.
Titusville Fla.


THE SEASON'S

BEST PRODUCTIONS
We mean exactly what we say
about our spring dothes.
They are the best emrwples of high
cla tailoring ever offered ready for
your service. Men who have had ex-
perience in wearing our -clothing
know it. The exclusive tailors know
it. We know it. Do you know it?
We want you to.
Come here for alook! We're per-
fectly willing to rest our case on
your judgment.
Men's Suits $10, $12, $15 $18 to
The best goods at the lowest prices.
Strictly one price to all.
WINSTON S. BRANNING
Up- to- Date Clothing House
Tiusville, Florida.


Titusville Wil Celebrate July 4th
Commodore Lorillard, of the Ind-
ian River Yacht dub, who has talked
the matter up with the merchants,
has requested us to announce that
Titusville will celebrate the Fourth
of July this year in great style. There
is promise of exciting motor boat
races, baseball contest, etc.
The Racyce Pacmaer
The Racycle Pcemaer is the real
"crackerjack" wheel in town this
spring. Joe Gruber and Carl Battle
have just recently purchased Racy-
de Pacemakers from Indian River
Music House for their this season's
mounts and are making some won-
derful sprint with thee wheels.
Win the iod old das ofbiccle rac-
ing come back again? It really looks
as though it might. Anyhow, the
wheel with the tremendous big
sprockets is decidedly "it" just now.

The Spar at Rockledge
The railway company will replace
the spur leading from the Rockledge
depot to the hotels. Engineers are
at work locating the siding so that
the trains will not have to cross the
main line in making the detour to
the hotels. The work will be finished
in time for the coming winter's bus-
iness.-Cocoa and Rockledge News.
The Novelty Store is selling goods off
at cost. Come and get bargains.
I. M. DOoSON.

Daytona Has a Midnight Blaze
Fire destroyed the entire building
of the Adam Schantz Electric Light
plant in Daytona early Wednesday
morning causing an estimated loss of
$96,000. The fire started in one of
the bath rooms of the Water Lily


bath from a defective electric light
wire and in less than a half hour the
entire plant was one roaring flame.
Two large iron tanks owned by the
Standard Oil Co., at the rear of the
plant stored with gasoline were saved
by the heroic action of citizens in
fighting the flames away from a near
by coal shed by means of a bucket
line which saved the city from a still


LATEST NEWS 'Special Sale at Kine's LOCAL GOSSIP

AND INCIDENTS MArNA I AND PERSONALS
MONDAY, APIM 27, 190I .
t Indian Head linen, 44 inches wide, ti
Persm n Pu fp A t ee a dy shrunktspecal 1t9 ents per, S thi Abut the Poplt of Ttls-
TrVel Wh rat Tlon yard. i ille au Thy Come ua dg
Linen in all the latest shades in- ill a"~r l d
New Drinks-Grape unih. e, eluding natural color, worth 35 Dr. Miller, Dentist, Tituville.
herry Cardina, 5 cent at the Bn ents, special 25 cents peryard M W Hil erecting a fence
Store M Landra m e r W. Haile is erecting a fence
Checked and striped nansook made_ .,e
Mr. Baldwin and family have re- from the finest Egyptian yarns, prop- aroundd his home n South Tisusville.
turned from Fort Pierce and are oc- er material for shirtwaists and suits, Mr. F. S. Battle has started work
eupying their cottage on Main street. worth 35 cents, special 25 cents per on his new dwelling which will be a
yard.
Mr. John H. Sams, candidate for French ginghams in plaids and two-tory structure, comprising in
county treasurer, was in town the stripes stylish and durable for ladies', all eight rooms and bath.
early part of the week and called at misses'and children's dresses, special Commodore J. Lorillard, Jr., start-
THE STAR office. ie stripedlawns, s e ed work on his new boat Monday.
Figured and striped lawns, suitable
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Dykes, of Mi- for house dresses, Monday's special, The hull is being built between the
ami, are the proud parents of a nine 6- cents per yard. Gray cottage and E. L Brady's resi-
pound son, who arrived at their home White linen suitable for ladies' dence.
last Saturday morning. skirtsor suits. 40 inches wide, worth Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, their
Dean Robottom will make the ad- per yard. son Frank and Mr. Shepherd, of Day-
dress at the commencement exercises Special prices in laces and embroid- tona, are expected to arrive in Titus-
of the Cocoa high school on April30, series ville tomorrow afternoon for a visit
Readymade bleached sheets 72x90, over Sunday.
and at the Daytona high school on special cents each.unday.
May 15. Cotton voiles in al the latest shades Capt. P. Nelson, of the marine rail-
Master Ennis Robottom received a 27 inches wide, worth 50 cents, spec- way, is building a new storage build-
brand new Iver-Johnson bicycle as ial25cents per yard. ing for housing pleasure crafts on
Curtain swiss, polka dots and but-
an Easter gift from his parents, terfly patterns, stripes and cheeks, account of steadily increasing bui-
which has been on display at Indian special 15 cents per yard. ness in this line every year.
River Music House. Black taffeta, every yard guaran- Mr. J. W. Fraser and his bride,
Mr. R. W. Rhodes, of Miami, was teed 36 incheswide, special per whose marriage was mentioned in
in Titusville the first of the week. India linen lawn, made of the best the columns of THE STAR last week,
His orange grove interests in Turn- quality of Egyptian yarn, 30 inches arrived Monday afternoon. The
bull hammock cause him to make oc- wide, worth 25 cents, Monday only, happy young couple at once occupied
casional trips to this place. 19 cents per yard. the Hall cottage in Soth itusville
White nainsook, specially good for the Hal cottage, in South Ttusville,
Mrs M. M. Bailey and daughter, underwear, worth 20 cents, Mon- which had been prepared for them.
Miss Laura, and son, Frank, left day's special 15 cents per yard. THE STAR extends hearty congratu-
Wednesday for their home in New Children's drawers, sizes from 2 to lations.
ndon Conn. Their departure12, made of the best quality of lons- J. D. Ennis launched his new boat
Lodo, o T departure dale with umbrella rufe and tucks,
makes it decidedly lonesome for Mrs. Monday only 25 cents per pir, Monday and on her trial trip made
Wetmore, with w(bom they spent the Ladies' undervests, with tape in about seven miles per hour. This is
past four months, neck and armholes, Monday's special pretty good showing for a recess
Mr. W Prithett of Dublin, G, cents each. wheel model with small power. This
Mr. Wm. Pritchett, of Dublin, Ga., Special prices in ladies readymade new boat will be used in carrying
and Mr. Henry Pritchett, of Jack- skirts and shirtwaists. in carrying
sonville, the former a cotton mill Ladies' oxfords, made of the best the Titusviile-Artesia mails after the
owner and the latter a prominent quality of vici kid, patent leather tip first of July. when Mr. Ennis's con-
Georgia banker, spentucer, the well known Kriendorf tract commences.
Georgia ner, spent a part of st make, worth $ .00. special W.49.
and this week with their brother, Patent leather oxfords, made of Mr. A. S. Wadsworth arrived Mon-
Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett. the best quality of patent leather, day from Georgiana with his launch.
Those single cot, in blue rge blucher style, with or without tips, which he has stored for the summer
black mohar, both sine and do worth $3.50, special $2.4. with the Titusville Boat Co. Wednes-
breasted. at .00and $7.50, are the best, Ladies' white canvas oxfords, day morning he and Mrs. Wadsworth
at Branning's. pump sole, made of the best quality dan e an s
Thehouseboat Vagabondia,pt. of linen with wide silk laces, special and son went to Jacksonville via St.
$1.49.Johns river route on their way to
Tony Canova, sailed last Saturday Children's white oxfords, sizes their home in Duxbury, Mass., to
morning from Miami for Jackson- 6 to 12, 99 cents per pair. spend the summer. We are pleased
ville from which place she will pro- Mail orders promptly filled on any ln, h r, tt t wil
ceed to Palatka and be laid up for of the above goods. to learn, however, that they will re
the summer. Stops will be made Juuus KLNE, Titusville. turn to Indian river again in the fall.
-- To see them is to buy them-those in-
along the coast en route. Capt. Can- h h N s fant shoes in blue, pink, tan, black and
ova spent about an hour at the cityChurch Notes white at Branning's.
dock Wednesday with the Vagabon- Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
dia. This is the same boat that was Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m. High School Commencement
sunk in the river at Savannah about and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. Lord's The commencement exercises of
six months ago. supper after morning service, the Titusville high school will take
Rev. F. P. McCall will preach next place Thursday evening of next week
White Mountain ice cream freezers Sunday a. m. at 9 o'clock to the con- in the opera house.
Ladies' white waists, button front An intrti r n will
Euchre and whist tally cards victs at Mims pgd at 11 o'clock in the An interesting pr will be
Pearl buckles for wash belts Methodist church at Mims and at presented by the stu ts of the
FURITURE. DRY GOODS. SHOES at Titille Sunday school and honors and diplomas iv-
Mincing knives. Weeding forks 7:30 p. m. at Titusville. Sunday en the class graduating from the
Sad iron handles. Stove pipe enamel school every Sunday afternoon at 3 grammar department, and, also.
CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 o'clock, and prayermeeting every Mrs. Denham's music class will give
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. You are a recital and scarf drill. Entertain-
It Pays to Advertise od n at 7e 3r ment commences at 7:30 o'clock.
cordially invited to attend these ser- Seats will be reserved for the pat-
A subscriber to THE STAR drops us vices. rons of the school, and all are in-
the following note: "I have just Rev. lobe will preach in the Pres- vited.
mailed- -, of- -, a check for c Dean Robottom will preach the
for caused by the ad. in our pa-byterian church Sunday evening at commencement sermon for the Titus-
for cased by the ad. in your pa-,..,,. ,.


I This Is ev. oe last Sun-,vile high ch on the evening of
greater catastrophe and probable per. Drop him a card and ask him- d villehigh "chs.on the sS .inK uf
loss of life if he believes and ad in THE STAR day with us this season and we hope: Sunday. April 26th, in St. Gabriels
loss of life. if he believes and ad. in THEhe may return to this charge next church at 7:30. Seats will be reserv-
The property was insured for $25,- pay.?" We believe our advertiser fall tore for rwm" nin-bers ,f the school and
000 and will probably be rebuilt, will certainly say yes. for the amount e the public is cordially invited.
done excellent work here and win-
of the check was up in the hundreds done excellent work here and win-
Standard Sewing Machine of dollars. What's more a larger ning numbersof warm friends in and For Rent
The bet and lightest running on the i foo at er i te out of his church. who will gladly Taylor cottage or suits of rtoms furn-
market, does chain and t ni o t order will follow later if the Si welcome Rev. lobe and his family ished for summer.
on the same machine. Canbefurnished ment shows up well. If you want should the come to make their home F. TAI .
with either rotary or vibrating shuttle. results advertise in THE STAR.ud come to make t r om
Spot cash prices or easy installment .with us. WANTED-- 'ool table, must bn in
terms or rented. Enlarged pictures of yourself or our first class condition and cheap. Give
INDIAN RIVER MUSIc HOUSE, loved onegien away ree to cash cu Orange and Grapefruit Trees terms, conditions and particulars. L..
Titusville. Fla. loved ones given away tree to cash cus-
Titusville. Fa tomers limited quantities to be supplied. Grown at Shiloh. Fla., on high care of STAR office.
Ph a Call at Heath & Co's. store and they hickory hammock. Free from white
Photograph Gallery will be pleased to explain full particu- ly. One year to two year old buds. Wood For Sale
Go to Faust the photographer, on lar. Prices from 23 to 33 cents. Careful- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
Julia street, for artistic photos. All For Sale Cheap For Cash ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill ing and harrowing. See or address J.
work first class and promptly attended I station. J. W. GRIFFIS. W. Jamison, Titusville. Fla.
to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and About 88 acres of good high land on Shiloh, Fla.
oil paintmgs a specialty, the east or ocean sideof the Indian river ,
- i at the Narrows, described as follows: Bargains in Trees
Drying Lot No.3 section 35. alsolot No. 3. see- The Alpine Hotel Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds,
Stion 36. in township 31 south, range 39 Titusille Fla., F. A. leyman- farsh needless and Standard,
Drayingorhaulingofall kinds prompt- east This land is unimproved but f Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley man- Marsh seedless an Standard, 30
ly attended to. Meet all trains. ly located. For further particulars ad- ager. On the European plan--furn- cents each, $25.00 per 100.
H. E. HOLTON. dress E. M. Low, ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- J. B. BEACH.
Titusville, Fla. I Brockton, Mass. rally located. West Palm Beach, Fla.


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itth I eP t of
Oty Treasurer B. B. Hiteam, of Mli
ml died in this city last Saturday.
A S*e set of instruments s been
rudred for Galneville's new brass

Seastor Talaferro has Introduced a
- $or the erection of a Federal bUd-
bg in Uve OaL
I Palatha's munrlpal deee held
Tuedy, P. erbert Wilon was re-
eleted mayor without opposttlU


Besa e so many candidates are In
th field for United States eator.
Theo J. L. Brown of Tamps has d
ded not to run I the coming pri-
mary.
The citisems of leand will likely
seen vote oa a bond l-me for a new
public school ad for a lghtig ad
Swater works plant.
A ntatee or sea cow, four feet long
was estranged an the beach Tuesday
lght. A large number of people
fem town went over to the beach to
se it.-New Smyrna Breese.
The Mg mills plant and lumber
yard of the MilmUga Lumber Company
ear Pesacola. were destroyed by fAr
Thursday night of last week together
with a large number of cottages
The cigar mruetatu ers of Tampa
West Tampa and Ybor City have pass-
ed resolutions condemning prohlbitlo
and showing what a harmful effect it
wold have on Tampa's cigar industry.
A delegation from Daytona visited
DeLand last week to lay before the
board of public Instruction of Volusia
county a proposition for the erection
of a fine high school building in Day
tona to cost about $25,000.
The Clyde Line announces that be
ginning May 1st, General C. P. LovelL
representative of the company at Jack-
sonville will be transferred from the
passenger department and will be-
come Florida freight agent with head-
quarters in Jacksonville.
Only one cargo of phosphate was
shipped from this port last month. it
comprised 1S75 tons and went to Bal-
timore in the schooner Adelaide Bar-
hour. Added to previous shipments
it makes the total for this year 5.251,
tons.-Punta Gorda Herall.
Two laitge and ft-rouiotis iantlh'rT-
were ret'ently s.ten nt':Lr ('iarralahll-
The preseic>t- of these vicious brute-
causes uneasiness to those who.-,.
work calls them frequently to th.
wood-. Tihe'y hoiuldl lie hunted d(owin
and killed.- -A ,irlachicolai Tilmes.
At an eai i." hour t ui~ld-l ay iiar,.ili'
tire totally .l0estlroved.l h th ln m t.l I i,
Inn at Sulphur Sprinies. Ii\t 1".l.-
iiorth of T:aliIt;a. Th l',1 s. ii i"
tially covi .n The n! iin o thi i lirt i il .; '*.
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Tbhm is eme wy to emre t.
The s wy is t oei the kidM ae
A tLek mea; sick kdda 00
=i~m % mey aPillsAre maid r kdleys
a t lam- ciwrmaker, living at 1311
Ashey kssees, Tampa Ft, myr: "I ed
pubs a r sad t areid me of
beebodw anld of thekidne ys.Tw
or three tdmir em accnmat the pamd in my
beek I am nbe Bt gso wtrk er evemi
dra. The memtles the kimer s were an
a m deod dark a clrh s arnd If Vi-
i= :ad = = become se the ebel-
em~a riJy. I tried variors medium taki
wThet eam likelee s r af iNedidm u d I
abe pit em p int hg hdpe me
all stil I st Dma's Kidner Pl ape the
advice a fr endt t mine nAd sing them ae-
aedit h ircus they cured m ila very

FPr ale by all dealers Price 50 cemtsl
Faats .Milbmr Co, Baile New York, sole
asematur the United Swtae Rememb the
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6 superficial feet, more than twice
the cargo of the ordinary steamer and
our times the cargo of the medium-
szed sealing vessels
The great street car traefc of Pens-
cola Is at a stadstili owing to the fact
that the condctrs and motormen are
on a strike. They have quit work
because the company wanted the men
whom it had suspended to report to
the otces three times a day. The men
refuse to do so and their comrades
struck in sympathy.
Between 1,500 and 1,600 bushels of
strawberries were shipped from
Stake Monday. About 1.300 bushels
went by refrigerator cas, the rest by
express. The dry weather has had
its effect on the berries and they have
deteriorated in size, form and color.
This is one reason why prices have
been unsatisfactory of late.-Starke
Telegraph.
At -the annual meeting of the Red
Men of Florida, held in St. Augustin-.
last week. the following officers were
elected: Great sachem. W. I. Metcalf
of West Palm Beach; great senior
sagamore, E. L. Albury. of Key West:
great junior sagamore. J. M. Pounds
of Palatka; great chief of records. O
J. Oliver of Punta Gorda. .Miani was.
cthosed as the next place of meeting.
Ma.sj. W. F. Hancock. who was for-
merly commander of the E-gniont Ke.'
forts. Tampa bay. but who was after-
wards transferred to Fort liarrancas.
IP'nsacola ailtl while there triel by,
court martial for drunkenness. has
been rle.ducfed from ninillte-thllt onil ti",.
:.-;t oft iajorl t'. for. ro l, tioll.
to forty-sixth. This lit.'ans that \iIaj '
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muad of Captai T. 8. Davia of this
city arrived here at datigdn t Thurs-
day night We are informed that this
vessel. which Is equipped with every-
thing necessary, has been chartered
by three of our most progressive citi-
ens for the purpose of ascertaining
If fish (meshadem) can be found off
this Island in sufficient quantity to
warrant the est-H"-m* t of a ferti-
Hzer factory here. The geut-iem in-
terested hold an option on a splendid
site for their proposed factory.-Fer-
nandina News.
J. E. Whittle and J. E. Clement, both
residents of this city, were arrested
Tuesday by the United States author-
ities on the charge of having received
in pledge clothing Issued by the army.
Both gave bond in the sum of $300 for
their appearance Thursday for a pre-
liminary hearing. It is charged that
the men arrested received from enlist-
ed men overcoats and other clothing
imued to the soldiers at Fort Barran-
cas. This is a violation of the law,
and is punishable by a heavy fine. The
arrest is the first ever to be made here
although arrests have been made else-
where.-Pensacola Journal.
Messrs. Landis and Fish spent about
$8.000 for some very valuable groves
near here in one day. Their first pur-
chase was the Martin place on North
Boulevard, for about $4,000. This
grove consists of seven and a halt
acres, and adjoin the Dr. Allen grove
which was their second .purchase
They paid $3,000 for their second pur-
chase and got a fine five-acre grove.
Not satisfied with this they paid $700
for the Smith grove of five acres. lo-
cated on Lake Gertie, and adjoining
the Martin place. They are now th
proud possessors of one of the largest
and finest grove properties in this sec-
tion, and if they dodge a freeze next
year will get their money back from
next year's crop.-- elandl Supple-
ment.
Little Minnie Weiss, two years oll.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B.
Weiss, residents of Jacksonville, met
death in a peculiar manner last Mon-
day afternoon. The child was missed
for an hour or more but no alarm was
felt as it was supposed she was play-
ing with some companions. The vis-
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DOINGS OF THEPRESENT THE SEASON'S LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's'LOCAL GOSSIP .J ,



F WEEK BEST PRODUCTIONS AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains In Every Department I AND PERSONALS .

MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1908. j ,

Pungent Notes Pertaining to Events about We our mean spring exactly clothes.what we say Paragraphs About People that I already Indian shrunk Head ,linen special, 44 inches 19 cents wide per, Something About the People of Titus- .

Transpiring About Town I They are the best examples of high Travel} Here and There I yard. i; Tfille as They Come and Go 1
Linen in all the
latest shades in-i
= class tailoring ever offered ready for
4t Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug
New Drinks-Grape Punch. 5 cents,
eluding natural color, worth 35 ,: Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
I Store for cold drinks and ice cream. your service. Men who have had experience Cherry Cardinal, 5 cents, at the Banner .
in wearing -clothing cents, special 25 cents per yard. Mr. .
Miss Carrie Froscher left the first our Drug Store. L. W. Haile is erecting a fence
ChtCked and striped nainsook made
know it. The exclusive tailors knowit. ,
of this week for Jacksonville for a We know it. Do you know it? Mr. Baldwin and family have returned from the finest Egyptian yarns, proper -., around his home in South Tisusville. :

visit with her aunt, Mrs. A.W. Buie. We want you to. from Fort Pierce and are occupying material for shirtwaists and suits, I Mr. F. S. Battle has started work f -'

:. Mr.-'J.' R. Walker presented THE Come here for look! We're per- their cottage on Main street. worth ard. 35 cents, special 25 cents per 0, on his new dwelling which will be a ...

':::1:' STAR with a beet weighing 4 3-4 fectly judgment.willing to rest our case on Mr. John H. Sams, candidate for } French ginghams in plaids and two-story structure, comprising in a=
your
\ few his county treasurer, was in town the stripes; stylish and durable for ladies', all eight rooms and bath. ;
pounds a days ago, grown on Men's Suits $10, $12, $15, $18 to I
;;> farm in LaGrange. Who can beat it? i $20.The early part of the week and called at misses'and children's dresses,special Commodore J. Lorillard,Jr., start-

best goods at the lowest prices. THE STAR office. 25 cents per yard. ed work on his new boat Monday. i .
John Houston of Eau Gal-1
Capt. Figured and striped lawns,suitablefor
Strictly one price to all.
: lie, candidate for representative, I Ih :Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Dykes, of Miami house dresses, Monday's special, I The hull is being built between the

WINSTON S. BRANNING the of nine 6% cents yard. Gray cottage and E. L. Brady's residence -
was in tbwn the first part of this are proud parents a per

f: I week looking after his political fences Up-to-Date Clothing House I I pound son,who arrived at their home skirts White or suits linen 40 suitable inches wide for ,ladies'worth I I \ fa 0I

i, Capt. Henry Wilson, of Canaveral, Titusville,.Florida. last Saturday morning. 25 cents, special Monday, 15 cents I I Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, their fi t

was in town a few days last week and ------ ------- ---- Dean Robottom will make the address per yard. son Frank and Mr. Shepherd, of Day- \

". we notice his genial countenance here Titusville Will Celebrate July4th at the commencement exercisesof Special prices in laces and embroid- tona, are expected to arrive in Titus- F .

.. again this week. We are always gladto Commodore Lorillard, of the Ind- the Cocoa high school on April 30, eries.Readymade bleached sheets 72x90, vine tomorrow afternoon for a visit

see the captain. ian River Yacht club, who has talked and at the Daytona high school on special 50 cents each. over Sunday. I

r I Mr. M. S. Sams, of Courtenay, accompanied the matter up with the merchants, May 15.Master. Cotton voiles in all the latest shades Capt. Nelson, of the marine rail- 1 .

by his son Tom, went to has requested us to announce that Ennis Robottom received a 27 inches wide, worth 50 cents, special way, is building a new storage build- -

Titusville will celebrate the Fourthof brand Iver-Johnson 25 cents per yard. for '
:' in his launch new bicycle as ing housing pleasure crafts on
New Smyrna Sunday ,
Curtain swiss, polka dots and butterfly t
the 'Gator, Mr. Sams returning here July this year in great style. Thereis an Easter gift from his parents, patterns, stripes and checks, account of steadily increasing business .J

Monday via traip. promise of exciting motor boat which has been on display at Indian special 15 cents per yard. in this line every year. : :

I races, baseball contest, etc. River Music House. Black taffeta, every yard guaran- Mr. J. W. Fraser and his bride, r
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson
were teed 36 inches wide
Mr. R. W. Rhodes of Miami special$1.00 per whose )
was marriage was mentioned in
..: passengers Monday on the north The Racycle PacemakerThe yard. :
1. bound train for Palatka, where they in Titusville the first of the week. India linen lawn, made of the best .the columns of THE STAR last week, 7

went on a visit to their son, Mr.T. A. Racycle Pacemaker is the real"crackerjack" His orange grove interests in Turn- quality of Egyptian yarn, 30 inches arrived Monday afternoon. The

Johnson and family.Mr. wheel in town this bull hammock cause him to make occasional wide, worth 25 cents, Monday only, I happy young couple at once occupied

spring. Joe Gruber and Carl Battle trips to this place. 19 cents per yard. the Hall cottage, in South Titusville,
A. N. Nolle has added a verandah have just recently purchased Racy White nainsook, specially good for i ,
Mrs. M. M. and which had been prepared for them. |
Bailey daughter, underwear, worth 20 cents, Mon- I
to the west and south side of
.- cle Pacemakers from Indian River
I Miss Laura, and son, Frank, left day's special 15 cents per yard.Children's I TilE STAR extends hearty congratu- j
his which will add much to
cottage, Music House for their this season'smounts
I Wednesday for their home in New drawers, sizes from 2 to lations. J
the appearance and comfort of living. and are making some won- 12, made of the best quality of Ions-
I London, Conn. Their departure J. D. Ennis launched his new boat I
Contractor P. J. Hall had charge of derful sprints with these wheels. dale with umbrella ruffle and tucks,
makes it decidedly lonesome for Mrs. 25 Monday and on her trial trip made ]
work. Monday only cents pair.Ladies' .
the per
i Will the good old days of bicycle racing Wetmore, with hom they spent the undervests, with tape in about seven miles per hour. This is ,,1 I
Mr. Winston S. Branning has been
come back again? It really looksas past four months.Mr. neck and armholes, Monday's special pretty good showing for a recess j
summoned to appear before the I though it might. Anyhow, the 12[ % cents each. wheel model with small This
United States court in Miami next I Wm. Pritchett,of Dublin,Ga., in ladies' power. I
wheel with the tremendous big Special prices readymade new boat will be used in carrying .
Monday as a witness for the govern- sprockets is decidedly "it" just now. and Mr. Henry Pritchett, of Jack- skirts and shirtwaists.Ladies' .
the Titusviile-Artesia mails after the
ment. It is surmised that this is a sonville, the former a cotton mill oxfords, made of the best

feature in the Brown owner and the latter a prominent quality of vici kid, patent leather tip first of July, when Mr. Ennis's con- j
case.
new The Spur at RockledgeThe blucher,the well known Krippendorf tract commences.
Georgia banker of last
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walker and railway company will replacethe spent a part make, worth $3.00, special $2.49.
and this week with their brother Mr. A.S. Wadsworth arrived Mon-
Patent leather made
oxfords, of
Mrs. G. M. Robbins went to Daytona
leading from the Rockledge
spur Mr. Geo. Pritchett.. the best quality of patent leather, day from Georgiana with his launch,
the first of the week to attend the
depot to the hotels. Engineers are
Those single coats, in blue blucher style, with or without tips, which he has stored for the summer
fourth annual session of the Grand at work locating the siding so that black mohair, both single and dolebreasted worth $3.50, special $2.49. with the Titusville Boat Co. Wednes-

Chapter of Florida, Order of Eastern the trains will not have to cross the at$5.00 and$7.50,are the best, Ladies' white canvas"* oxfords, day morning he and Mrs. Wadsworthand

Star, held in that city Monday main line in making the detour to at Branning's.The pump sole, made of the best qualityof '
went to Jacksonville St.
linen with wide silk laces son
Tuesday and Wednesday.You houseboat Vagabondia Capt. special
the hotels. The work will be finishedin $1.49. Johns river route on their way to *

should see the pretty line of neck time for the coming winter's bus- Tony Canova, sailed last Saturday Children's white oxfords, sizes their home in Duxbury, Mass., to
ties just arrived, 25 cents and 50 cents, morning from Miami for Jackson-
iness.-Cocoa and Rockledge News. 6 to 12, 99 cents per pair. spend the summer. We are pleasedto
at Branning's.It ville from which place she will proceed Mail orders promptly filled on any
c is rumored that Titusville will learn, however, that they will return
The Novelty Store is selling goods off to Palatka and be laid up for of the above goods.
soon have a new meat market. at cost. Come and get bargains.I. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. to Indian river again in the fall.
the
summer. Stops will be made
M. DODSON.
Whether the rumor has room for To see them is to buy them-those infant
along the coast en route. Capt. Can- shoes in blue black and *
pink, tan,
foundation not remains to be seen. Church Notes
or
Daytona Has a Midnight Blaze ova spent about an hour at the city white at Branning's.
Ventures in the past have been rather dock Wednesday with the Vagabondia. Rev. Wm. Stones will, preach on

short-lived, but of course that has no Fire destroyed the entire buildingof This is the same boat that was Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m. High School CommencementThe J

significance as to the future. It may the Adam Schantz Electric Light sunk in the river. at Savannah about and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. Lord's commencement exercises of W

prove out that our fast growing town plant in Daytona early Wednesday six months ago. supper after morning service. the Titusville high school will take .

will now sustain two markets. morning causing an estimated loss of of week *
Rev. F. P. McCall will preach next place Thursday evening next ,
in this for $95,000. The fire started in one of: White Mountain ice cream freezers '
Announcements county Sunday m. at 9 o'clock to the convicts in the opera house.
the bath of the Water Ladies' white waists, button front to
the May primary will come to a close rooms Lily Euchre and whist tally cards at Mims pd at 11 o'clock in the: An interesting program will be
bath from defective electric by the students of the
the 29th and it is a light presented
next Wednesday, Pearl buckles for wash belts Methodist church at Mims and at
wire and in less than a half hour the FURNITURE, DRY GOODS. SHOES school, and honors and diplomas giv-
that all the n
, quite probable announce- I. Mincing knives. Weeding forks 7:30 p. m. at Titusville. Sunday en the class graduating from the

ments in Brevard have already been entire plant was one roaring flame. Sad iron handles. Stove pipe enamel school every Sunday afternoon at 3 grammar department, and, also,

'. made. Announcements for state Two I large_i iron tanks owned by the] CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 o'clock, and prayermeeting every Mrs. Denham's music class will give "*

I Standard Oil Co., at the of the I II recital and scarf drill. Entertain-
office closed several days This rear ---- -- --- a
ago. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. You are
i. I plant stored with gasoline were saved It Pays to AdvertiseA ment commences at 7:30 o'clock.
has been the mildest political cam- cordially invited to attend these ser
Seats will be reserved for the
paign in the history of the county. I by the heroic action of citizens in subscriber to THE STAR drops us vices. rons of the school, and all are pat-in-

fighting the flames from near the "I have
away following note: just
Mr. and Mrs. Bates, of White Rev. lobe will preach in the Pres- vited. '
Springs, arrived this week on a visit by coal shed by means of a bucket mailed---, a check for------ byterian church Sunday evening at Dean Robottom will preach the

with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mather. line which saved the city from a still i for-- caused by the ad. in your pa- commencement sermon for the Titus
; This is Rev. lobe's last Sun-
This bridal couple are spend- and 7:30. ville high school on the evening of
young greater catastrophe probable per. Drop him a card and ask him 'I
ing part of they honeymoon on the II day with us this season and we hopehe Sunday, April 26th, in St. Gabriels
of life.
loss if he believes and ad. in THE STAR ;
church at 7:30. Seats will be reserved -
east coast, having been married last may return to this charge next
week. Mrs. Bates was formerly The property was insured for$25- pays?" We believe our advertiserwill for members of the school and
fall to remain permanently, havingdone
:Miss Sadie Cone. Mr. Bates is now 000 and will probably be rebuilt. i certainly say yes, for the amountof work the public is cordially i imited.
excellent here and win- .
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; employed as bookkeeper for the ---'- I the check was up in the hundredsof
Standard MachineThe ning numbers warm friends in and For Rent \0
Camp Lumber Mills at White Springs. Sewing i dollars. What's more a larger I
best and lightest running the: out of his church, who will gladlywelcome of furnished
on order will follow later'if the ship- Taylor cottage or suits rooms -
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's market, does both chain and lock stitch Rev. lobe and his family \ for summer.
" ClothingBoys' on the same machine. Can be furnished ment shows up well. If you want I MRS. F. M. TAYLOR.VANTEDPool '
should make their home
I they come to !
with either rotary vibrating shuttle.I. results advertise in THE STAR. ,I -- -- -- --
blue serge suits, with knick- Spot cash prices or easy installment !with us. table be in
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erbocker trousers, sizes from 6 to 17, terms or rented. !
condition and Give
Enlarged pictures of yourself or I first:: class cheap.
your
worth $8,50, special $6.98. INDIAN RIVER Music HOUSE. Orange and Grapefruit Trees
loved ones given away free to cash customers J terms, conditions and particulars. L..
Boys' suits in fancy stripes, latest Titusville, Fla. { of STAR office.
limited quantities to be supplied. Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high care
style material, with knickerbocker Call at Heath & Co's. store and theywill I hickory hammock. Free from whiteI F
; trousers, worth $5.00, special $3.98.Boys' Photograph GalleryGo be pleased to explain full particu- I fly. One year to two year old buds. Wood For Sale

:' caps, gray embroidered to Faust the photographer, on lIars.I Prices from 25 to 33 cents. Carefully -
I i, Pine or oak, any length. Also plowing -
. :; with swastika cross, 50 tests each. Julia street, for artistic photos. All j For Sale Cheap For Cash packed and. delivered at Oak Hill 1 and harrowing. See or address J.
Brown serge caps, embroidered I work first class and promptly attendedto. I' :station. J. W. GRIFFIS, W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
t with two Teddy bears, 50 cents each. Crayon pastel, water colors and 1 About 88 acres of good high land on Shiloh, Fla.I ( _. ___ __
Same in blue.Men's oil paintings a specialty. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat I
o- I the Narrows, described as follows: : Bargains in Trees
blue serge suits, made of --- ---- I
Lot No. 3, section 35. also lot No. 3, The Alpine Hotel
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the best quality of serge, guaranteed Draying I 36. in 31 south, 39 Fine lot2-yearold grapefruit buds,
tion
r fast color, double or single breasted, Drayingorhaulingofallkinds promptly east. This::township land is unimproved range but finely -j Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley man-; Marsh seedless and Standard, 30

: worth$15.00, special $12.00 per suit. attended to. Meet all trains.H. I located. For further particulars address -'. ager. On the European plan-furn-, cents each, $25.00 per 1UO.i .
' Juuus KLINE, E. HOLTOX. E. M. Low, i 1 ished rooms and quick lunch. Ccn-. J. B. BEACH,
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t | 18 FAIR FLORIDA The auxiliary schooner Geo. S. -
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Scores of Florida Citizen Have
ijr=fi; t v Cripps, of Cape Charles, Va, in com-

1 Learned It mand of Captain T. S. Davis, of this ."-.. ...
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If yon suffer from backache. city arrived here at midnight Thursday -
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The perfect way is to cure the kidneys.A .
s City Treasurer B. B. Hinton, of Ml I bad back means sick kidneys vessel, which Is equipped with everything ,
Neglect it. urinary troubles follow. has been charteredby
necessary
r ami died in this city last Saturday. Do n'a Kidney Fills arc wads for kidneys
three of our most progressive citizens
1 : -' A fine set of instruments has been only.
8. B. Lemons, cigarmaker, living at 1311 for the purpose of ascertaining
;/ ordered for Gainesville new brass Ashley Street Tampa, Fla. says: ".1Doan' used
,. || band. Kidney Pills and they cured me of if fish (menhaden) can be found off
backache and disorder of the kidneys Twoor this island in sufficient quantity to
4e L Senator Taliaferro has introduced a three times on account of the pain in( my
the establishment fertilizer -
warrant of
a. a
back I was unable to go to work for several
*!& bill for the erection of a Federal build- days. The secretions of the kidneys were in factory hare. The gentlemen Interested -

bad condition, dark in color and if allowed
Ing In Live Oak. a very
hold
an option on a splendid-
to stand would become of the cunsistncy -
In Palatka's municipal election, held of jelly. I tried various remedies taking: site for their proposed factory.-Fer-
what seemed like gallons of medicine and I
!/ Tuesday, F. Herbert Wilson was re- I nandina News.
also put on plasters but nothing helped meat
elected mayor without opposition. all until I got Doan's Kidney Pills upon the J. E. Whittle and J. E. Clement, both
advice of a friend of mine and using them according -
Because many candidates are In residents of this city, were arrested
..i! to directions they. cured me in a very
4 ':.*, the field for United States "Senator. short time." Tuesday by the United States authorities FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

-', A Thos. J. L. Brown of Tampa has de- For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. on the charge of having receivedin

: ra '- $ tided not to run in the coming pri- Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, :New York, sole pledge clothing issued by the army. New Schedule Effective April 14th

; ;v 4-. mary. agents for the United States. Remember the Both gave bond in the sum of $300 for
Li : and take other. Information See the Ticket
name Doan's- no For Detailed Agent
The citizens of Lakeland will likely their appearance Thursday for a preliminary -

soon vote on a bond Issue for a new hearing. It is charged that
596 superficial feet, more than twice
public school, and for a lighting! and the men arrested received from enlisted .
the cargo of the ordinary steamer and
P water works plant. men overcoats and other clothing
four times the cargo of the medium-
issued to the soldiers at Fort Barran-
four feet long
A manatee or sea cow, sized sailing vessels.
_. was stranged on the beach Tuesday as. This is a violation of the law
The great street car traffic of Pensa- and is
punishable fine. The
by a heavy
=e nightA large number of people
t. cola is at a standstill owing to the fact
from town went over to the beach to arrest is the first ever to be made here

'. Breeze. that the conductors and motormen are although arrests have been made else-
gee It.-New Smyrna
on a strike. They have quit work where.-Pensacola Journal.

/ The big mills, plant and lumber because the company wanted the men r I
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t ., yard of the Milligan Lumber Company whom it had suspended to report to Messrs. Landis and Fish spent about I

s- near Pensacola, were destroyed by fire the offices three times a day. The men 8,000 for some very valuable groves

', _" : Thursday night of last week together refused to do so and their comrades near here in one day. Their first purchase -

.. a: with a large number of cottages.. struck in sympathy. was the Martin place on North

\\4 manufacturers of Tampa Boulevard, for about $4,000. This
The cigar Between 1,500 and 1,600 bushels of

West Tampa and Ybor City have passed strawberries were shipped from grove consists of seven and a half

: acres, and adjoin the Dr. Allen grove
resolutions condemning prohibitionand
Starke Monday. About 1.300 bushels
and showing what a harmful effect it which was their purchase I
went by refrigerator cars, the rest by
They paid $3,000 for their second purchase -
,} would have on Tampa's cigar Industry. express. The dry weather has had
i ir and got a fine five-acre grove.
r ::' A delegation from Daytona visited its effect on the berries and they have I
Not satisfied with this they paid $700
; DeLand last week to lay before the deteriorated in size, form and color. i
: for the Smith grove of five acres, located -
board of public instruction of Volusia This is one reason why prices have a
on Lake Gertie, and adjoiningthe
: county a proposition for the erection been unsatisfactory of late.-Starke
Martin place. They are now th;
of a fine high school building in Day Telegraph.At .
proud possessors of one of the largest

1 tona to cost about $25,000. .the annual meeting of the Red and finest grove properties in this sec-

The Clyde Line announces that beginning Men of Florida, held in St. Augustinelast tion, and if they dodge a freeze next

May 1st, General C. P. Lovell, week, the following officers were year will get their nioney; back from whan

t representative of the company at Jack- elected: Great sachem, W. I. Metcalfof next years crop.-DeLand Supple- e

1T x Eonville will .be transferred from the West Palm Beach; great senior ment.
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I passenger department and will be- sagamore, E. L. Albury, of Key West:
Little Minnie Weiss, two years old,
come Florida freight agent with head- great junior sagamore, J. M. Poundsof
# daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B.
quarters in Jacksonville. Palatka; great chief of records 0 P Overflowing p1tClgRD(
Weiss, residents of Jacksonville, met '
Only one cargo of phosphate was J. Oliver of Punta Gorda. Miami was ; with style and tom-
death in last Monday
a peculiar manner -
5 shipped from this port last month. 11 chosed as the next place of meeting.Iaj. afternoon. The child was missedfor ,, fort, durable in the extreme fi '
Packard Shoes'please
comprised 1S75 tons and went to Bal- .\ W. P. Hancock, who was for hour but alarm ,
an or more no was '

timore in the schooner Adelaide Bar- merly commander of the Egmont Key felt as it was supposed she was playing ''. who desire particular dressy persons effetfs |j k

bour. Added to previous shipment forts, Tampa bay, but who was after with some companions. The visit '
; at medium cost. See our .
i. it makes the total for this ;year 5,!;);) wards transferred to Fort Barrancas, of a neighbor who came through the .q new Spring Oxfords. ,

tons.-Punta Gorda Herald.t Pensacola and while there tried by back of the Weiss home t
r \, yard resulted .:;;, ,,, They will surely 1.
Two large and ferocious panthers court martial for drunkenness, has in the discovery of a pair of little please you.
..
.. been reduced from nineteenth on the
feet from the of
were recently seen near Carrabelle protruding opening a
t :
.:: / I
list of for
majors eligible promotion
The presence of thesa vicious brutes grease! traI'n alarm was sounded l land

to forty-sixth. This means that Major the horrified father
causes uneasiness to those whose soon pulled
,. HaccOv-k cannot hope to rise above his Sold at $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 in all style
y work calls them frequently to the from the trap the bo.ly of his child ,

,: woodt. They should be hunted down present rank before retiring. who had evidently pitched head fore-

F, and killed.-Apalaohicola Times. The Florida peach crop, which has most into the opening and drowned

At an early hour Tuesday morninr tome to i-lay} an important part in the It is stated the Jacksonville board ofiQalt'a JULIUS KLINE

i "'.Y fire totally destroyed the noted Dairy"Inn cish resources of the State is cumin will now require that all grease

forward in excellent hale and vi!! traps in the city be protected by a
at Sulphur Springs. live miles
soon be moving to the markets of the grated covering.J. r
north of Tampa. Tha loss, only partially
:N'orth in advance of fruit earth Clements ,
i covered by insurance, is $G.OO'The any on the Pensacola jeweler

origin of the fire is: not knownbut The peach price has not yet been fixed v.-ao bears the distinction of beD: ..... "
the but there will Le I the rirst + .iM f ,.: "it...... M... :a1Io..Jo. _
it is thought to be incendiary. :for season goo man to be arrested for receiving ...: :, \ ...a.- w

money in it. The peach should b. in pawn clothing of a soldier

; .. Three negro womenvere Jroted l !iiore \\'ldel.cath'atcl. ; and then hat bus been brand over to the United M.'i; 't ,

.t. in Pond U-st Fri .1, .: ..J.. ..' ,
i Long Levy county ilf-d with skiiL-Taiupa Times. States court for trial at the spring :..Y

t -lay. They were in a small boat ac- Ufiorts are being made in Volusi:; term which is to convene within a Loea' {: t t3s.- 3"01.tlit C 1IClren'SJ.k
t (orapan'ed by a wan and all were ts: : '
i. ew weeiis. Clements it is
f alleged reeD -
to ain the Packwood I
ouniy a bring
t in?, wLen the boat suUenlv overturn1. ,' ed in pawn from two soldiers from .alth vHhile! they, are young.
murderers to trial. It is claimed tha:
if ..
The man managed to reach tfcv '
i :'ort Bar
/ants several ,
+ t a shore anJ'e the alarm but t jo lat hose wh:> were; acquittal for the nut overcoat3.which ; ; :
;er If Mss; Bruce t.*'i age'n be arrest hud been issued to the men, allltWOl.n :] vr-
i I to effect a res ue. t,.::; was 'Ils.-orered complaint r
li d 1 for tli? r.;cider of F.nn> PaekwooMis. [ :r1.. it
)' l Contractor Caution who i is i'at' hug; was made by the off.-rs at the fort: 'il
:, F..t< h am! Benrie H.itch. A pt W) 1
j the Uaytona-DeLand road, says tha end the a. rust followed. The arr.'>: t\ j
t *t'u: wr.i: be prerenE.t! to the e)>'.*!
y (I\ it will l'e ioipQasiUe to coaipMe" hi.-- .1
<)' ;' IssV-nt-rs:: :t t:. :. next ;ueet-n.: lam.'aterous
contract to -. Tct.as. tna&Yfsagreatmedtins
) according specification : .
i s'v'.i; :z the t>!:if>k>yir.fent of andis &. .
unless the road !IS closed to travel. first be : .r d-: It k .. U-'ir .
to made in the South anit! is : D. .I. h" a ''TlV :..
t I .'ish siKM-ial .,,, .
n attorney to assist th- ,.
:
in i., '
. The work he has alrea.tytone has expected that henceforth there will b 2. mPi ,.' ;1 ) ') l -a-i 1'e W !l.' aJ" If c.l,!r .. 7.ol ":
I State attorney. i.hei: ::.1". t':.>.I t tils 'SO l'.Jr tht Ia will b.a tLu;of thepasu
bevn seriously interfere l w'th by auto- numerous
, I ; arrests or else the practii-: '
, t mobiles antI other vehicles. A telegram was received from Sup! of taking such articles will stop.: Th A Positive Cure

ter Saturday, stating: that the small minimum .
i' Several owners of horses \\hi\h particlpated hoat which } penalty provided for convktions t':. CO STIPATIOH
was lost from the yaL 1 CHILLS AND
I in the Tampa Fair races, and i is a fine of $1.000 or imprison 9 ft FOR
Granger several! days ago had i b:t(! FEVER, MALARIA, IASHEP-
; II which were taken to Havana: are now found: on the beach near Jupiter Jn hK-nt of not less than one year. Tin o ; l BILIOUSNESS, AND ALL

f \ back in Tampa and are very pronounced let.This dispels the hope that ('apt, maximum is $ .OOO/ or five years in c\t d'' LIVER COMPLAINTS.Mrs..
j the penitentiary. .P\\
t.. I in their opinion that Cula does not Lund had saved himself in the iittlraft. \ -.f/\

.t' want horse racing one declaring that an.] removes the one chance or .lOO Rerrarrl'150. : ..\ :--- 9 ch'slur i ,J.Kau.Hopkins wnu'I MM.i .-1

the Cuban would rather bet $100 on a his ever being seen aga'n.: There inow The readers or this paper. will he pad! {j'Z\ : "" have used Ht>ro&.l", f...ryears
r to learn that ti.ert-isat! k-ast :: 1 1 .
1 chicken fight than 5 cents on a goo! small possibility: that he has bee one dreadful .ktlHWofnot"', .rf. r
disease that iiice ba- btt-ii ahlt'! to f-nre in ct illialnl1e\'r, h-aJa//! .
horse race. resue1 and all of his all ik sUjnand tint is .
i. friends now Catarrh. Hall'torrb -,( a- tiiouvm-sst-tc.! chil1i
i The county commissioners of Duval have but little hopes of hearing of the Cure i is the only punitive canknown ------J II '' \I l lt(. .. reu"j n'f'r sick.My I will-
to lk.tl
n>t< fraternity Catarrh being a \ '\
j l'ounthd'e awarded the contract tot run1..-Miami News-Record. WllStitlltioollal ,Ii.-ea- n'yuir.-s a oei.titutionai I \ ,- .. rfI ...,'W'i'." \l USt: it: a 1 wav. :>."
trrtittiKut.: : 1UIIS: Catarrh Curt-i is \,. .. .... ,1.
the Converse Bridge Company of Chattanooga. An instant I t ; 7 PRICE 5Oc.500SOi
r of spontaneous combustion taken internally siting dint-tiy! the :'1 .
S. I Teu&. for the building of two occurred in Fortson and Rho le' bk..*l and l wr c'Ut.urt:.,.(.* u1't :r upon systi'w. V'1 t \ -.. __ 1

steel bridges:: 0:1 the new road, from thereby destroying Kxindatioii of tk dire
:, warehouse last Friday afternoon aMami civile the prtient ..t""IJ/tb io M fi t Ba11arSigI lit ileetCo.
\ South Jacksonville to Pablo Keach.one which but for timely discoverymigfa huilliug VI' the confutation and l&I'rii"tID
-- across Big Pottsburg creek and nature in duiu? its work. The pmpri.'eors North Sccood Si. ,
have resulted in a disastrous conflagration. have so much faith in its curative
power, '
'
the other over Silversmith creek. TheO A barrel of linseed oil leaked on that they irr One Hundred Itwlbrs: for any ('; : ST. LOUIS, MO..

( t will be ?10,6:. some bales of excelsior against whichit tax tinwiiiaU.Ad.ln that .it faili to cure. titled for Hat of U- .. \ffi f \ .

The largest cargo of lumber and was standing and. aided: by the ->s. F. J. CHENEY a O>.. T ledo. 0.- l < % .
:S; ,M by Irazis.ti; ;ice ---
timber ever shipped from Pensacola heat of the sun penetrating; the thin Hairs Family Hlls are the best

went out on the British steamship Belgian plank wall, caused the excelsior to --- Sold and Recommended by:

for Liverpool a few days aso. take fire. The proprietors and some htby woutsuthrfirentinatewjthcr.mpifyou
M-ly I.r. Tfe ,n as" ISertri'oil ., Tit-ttsvillo Pha1'
e, Ps i The steamer carries a total of L113- of their customers detected tile Same It acts tike UMzic. t .u< t. : acy tIld
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t F {tY': How He Did It. The Buckboard. Alleged Embezzler Arrested.C. Bad Symptoms.

"When I was connected with a certain "There are few persons who know .
M. Williams who has been night The woman who has periodical head -
western railway says a promi- how the name of buckboard' came to 1
>, ;;t o_. < operator in Fort Pierce for- the past aches, backache, sees imaginary dark
; 4.'h nent official of an eastern line "we be applied to a vehicle. says a writer spots or specks floating or dancing before

... < "t rrraifcation$P: had in our employ a brakeman who "It was away back In the twenties five weeks and who has been in the her eyes, nas/cnawing distress or heavy ,

;; | | Near Chattanoogais for special service rendered to the I when the transportation of goods, employ of the Florida East Coast Rail- fall feeling inStomach, faint spells,drag 3

: road Was granted a month's vacation. wares and merchandise was almost road at various points since last October ging-downAeUing In lower abdominal or e '

For Whole Nation. "He decided to spend his time in a pelvic retfon, easily startled or excited,
,\f entirely bj wagon A Dr. Buck wa was placed under arrest Wednes- tfror .11
irregu painful periods,with or with* ,
-if? i t !\ '\ trip over the Rockies. We furnishedhim then in charge of military store en day evening, by Sheriff Carlton, undera oat relric catarrh, is suffering from

with passes. route to in the southwest weaknTfc s and/Derangements/ that should 1 l'
m : / army posts .
; charge of embezzlement the information :
"" ,"', 04 BOTH_ FOR_ LIONS AND LAMBSProminent -lie went to Denver and there meta In east Tennessee much difficulty was have eajtly attention. Not all of above .
:' *. number of his friends work on one having been furnished by Brad- ymptoife ape likely to be present in any '
experienced by reason of the rough .
case at ofie Xime. --;. ;
i f' { of the Colorado roads. They gave hima roads and there were frequent mishaps bury Williams a representative of the Neglected or badly treated and men ., ". !

: Men of All Parties on Its good time and when he went away mostly from wagons overturning.Dr. American Surety Company of New cases/ f /n run into maladies which de-

-. #_ Roster-Splendid Property Will Cost made him a present of a mountain Buck overhauled the outfit and. York, which concern is on the bond of rea man/lKe ataliy.T surgeon's. knife II they do cot 1 ;

J, Millions and Be Miles I In Extent. goat abandoning the wagon bodies, long the alleged defaulter.C. ) medicine extant, rnn such a. long

-1' Preserves For Game and Fish. -Evidently our brakeman was at a boards were set directly on the axlesor M. Williams ajid numyrou< rorti of rnfes in j ucrjca
was formerly agent '
jr -J g** &3 Or. Pferc g F3.vori*( Vr<>>grir?
loss animal home
to the with
; r $ get him. hung below, and the stores were
Yalden's ridge of the Central *of Georgia Railroad tjorv. j o rnpdicin** has such a strong
near Chattanooga as the express charges were very loaded in such a manner that there p osainn r 1

Tenn., will. If certain large plans now heavy at that time. Finally, however were no further delays from breakdowns : company at Lindale Ga., and in con- < \oral ingrpflipnts-north TnorgjDananVXVfTf i

afoot go through become within a year hitting upon a happy expedient he and the stores sates.' reached versation with his friends stated that ? 0* nrrlinary rOTT-J| rn[<> sppal' {-altpa a %
nial z The 'very best
ngredien t-
4? or two the borne of the greatest coup made out a shipping tag and tied it to their destinations. In special emergency he was not guilty of wrong doing. He known( to medical science for the cure of '."

try club In America, If not In the world. the horns of the goat Then he pre- too. the load could be shifted or stated that he had accepted the posi- i. woman's peculiar ailments enter into its t

r ,The ,organization which will be sented the beast to 'the office of the taken off in a hurry. Dr. Buck's example tion as agent at Lindale without pre- composition.habit-forming drug No alcohol is to be, found harmful in the or ,,

known as the Interstate club has already stock car line. was followed especially when vious experience and found that he list of its ingredients printed on each s t. ..J

-" been formed "Well, that tag created no end of roar were rough' and soon much haul- bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. .WI .
and is founded
; on was not qualified to fill the position in In condition of the female
amusement but it served to accomplish ing was done by the use of wheels. any system. cf
the idea that there is room In the and his Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription can do
so large an office as a result
the end of the brakeman. It was baethe
axles and boards only. Now we i I
i only good-never harm. Its whole effect
United States for a great nonpolitical inscribed as follows: buckboard! both in carriage and automobile books were in bad shape. The company is to strengthen invigorate and regulate C i

nonsectlonal association to which citfseas 44 'Please pass the butter. Thomas J. forms conforming closely to realizing that he was incompetent the whole female system and especially i :. *f

big and little of every state in Meechin, brakeman S. S. and T. Ry.* the original idea, though few suspectthe discharged him last Septemberand ranged the pelvic in function organs. or When affected these by disease are de-, if J' ..s

the Union may repair for recreationand -Harper's Weekly.Ant source of if-Chicago News.A he knew nothing further of tha the stomach and other organs of digestion "I I!

friendly intercourse. become sympathetically deranged the f
--- -
'4 The club will have a distinguished Merchants. matter until he was arrested. nerves are weakened and a long list of ,
Happy Father bad,.unpleasant symptoms follow. Too '
The prisoner waived his
legal rightin
membership. Senator J. C. S. Black- Ant merchants clad in leather underwear much must not be expected of this "Fa

burn of Kentucky U president and are to be found In Paris is: soon turned to a sad one if he has: to walk regard to requisition papers, and vorite Prescription.-. will not perform e .

President Roosevelt Vice President London and several other European the floor every night with a crying baby.1IcGee's left Wednesday night for Rome Ga miracles will not cure tumors-no med. f
Elixir will make the child well wilL
Baby icine It will often prevent them,if .. "
Fairbanks former President Grover cities. Wherever pheasants are preserved soothe its nerves, induce healthy, normal where he will be placed on trial. taken in time, and thus the operating !, hi i

Cleveland and William J. Bryan are the ant merchant is In demand.It slumber. Best for disordered bowels and table and the surgeon's knife may be .

members. Some of the vice presidentsare la not however, ants but the eggs sour stomach-all teething babies need it. Gentle and EffectiveA avoided. .
Pleasant to take, sure and safe, contains no Women suffering from diseases of long :
Secretaries Root and Taft. Speaker I. of ants that the man chiefly deals in. harmful drugs. Price 25 and 50 cents per well known Manitoba editor writes: "Asan standing are invited to consult Doctor II

Cannon Leslie M. Shaw Truman. H. I From every part of Europe ants are bottle. inside worker I find Chamberlain's Stom- Pierce by letter,/ree. All correspondence jII
Aldrich Joseph Nicholas ach and Liver Tablets. invaluable for the is hold as strictly and
SiMey. Long- shipped to him, and he keeps them in private sacredly >.
worth Charles S. Towne. Robert J. Petition in Mandamus GrantedA touches of biliousness natural to sedentarylife confidential. Address Dr. B. V. Pierce
ant runs-places similar in their natureto their action being gentle and effective. Buffalo, N. Y. i'
Lowe and Senator McLaurm. chicken runs-and he feeds and petition in mandamus brought by Price 25 cents. Samples free at Titusville Dr.Pierce's Medical Adviser(1000 pages) f

The club is chartered under the laws tends them carefully so that their James T. Sanders and F. B. Stone- Pharmacy and all dealers. is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent e 4

of Tennessee and has acquired large health will keep fine and they will lay stamps for paper-covered, or 31 stamps .t L
man was sent Judge MinorfS. Jones Court Decision for cloth-bound copy. Address u above ..
tracts of land on Walden's ridge contiguous generously.The Supreme ; I

to the Tennessee river and In eggs he packs in wooden boxes yesterday afternoon praying that Geo. The supreme court of Florida has -. 1.- i f.1

the vicinity of famous Signal point and various B. Bull chairman, and E. Pendleton r
ships to earls dukes rendered an opinion in the case of the
and Boatxilitg f
a The site for the clubhouse is on a counts and other game preserves Indifferent secretary, of the Dade County Democratic State against George C. Scudamore, ;The; VD1.abk"I"r Eookt ever Ptthluktd of Yackt r t

'. high plateau'overlooking thirty miles parts of the world. And the Executive Committee be com- tk

of beautiful country. The extensive I ants themselves be slays as soon as pelled to assemble and properly organ which establishes the constitutionalityof RUDDER r

plans contemplate the erection of an they cease 'to lay, pressing them and ize the said committee and to place I the law in lunacy proceedings. Scud HOW-TO BOOKS 1f

r amphitheater and the maintenance of i. selling them in black blocks similarto amore, former cashier of the People'sbank
the names of judge and solicitor of the' Over>>x Mats haw been built from the lines If s
fisheries game preserves, golf links. plug tobacco dealers In birds and and Trust Company of Pensacola pnntrj in V\f-t hoolu uccessfujv sailed in

: e 1 polo grounds and a trotting track and bird fo sLIt criminal court of record on the official and accused of defalcation, had every clime aid upon every SM Full detail

building of an electric railway from ballot to be voted in the coming pri draAtnc: of jit raitshowing: what it i* aaJ
is be ant
interesting to an merchant -
the State how nuke Text ,
been ordered committed to to K- extremely Simple.
the level of the Tennessee river to the but leather underwear is essen- mary. The application is made returnable -
hospital for the insane by the county HOW TO: BUILD P.ACtR FOR $50 -
J'the clubhouse doors.Engineers tial to the business, as the little creatures next Wednesday. This is Mfontnitw '.,....,. v-',.' ,7t.l"iLl...._>Jlbi_ e
are now at work laying bite unmercifully.New Orleans judge of Escambia county. The su- _Po J.s'''..'10 ....I...sairrt..........____,a- 4 : -
, the outcome of the refusal of the committee
-ffi out within the club grounds an automobile Times-Democrat preme court today ordered Scuda- HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA .
at its recent meeting for the fix toil for.i t-m.'* OI'-RK! txvlii ahovt b
boulevard that will be thirty- more remanded to the custody of the rb..1v .< .-,w-a.-""lot.*T rnbwlt.io..porrr
of calling a primary election cift..Ls..eO i.0( _|.!.''.J boou.
two miles long and eighty feet wide. purpose
Coincidence.The t
sheriff of Escambia be
county to con- lOOP
HOW TO SUILO A RAG
By reason of the vast tract owned by strange story told by a defaulting to place the names of judge and solicitor F iost ,+, .ore1 ,'. o. ...wbn.e.-rdr.iwdayr:
veyed to Chattahoochee and deliveredto ,,,,, ...... ..
j the club and the tableland formation .tmY+ .1" .. .w Ya? .JU. W bi 4..V S
; debtor of his being recognized after of the criminal court on the official W.eaw.tl. *,

k the curves of the boulevard will be so he had been for six years trying tolive ballot, on the grounds that the call the superintendent of the State for HOW TO CUII.D A MOTOR LAUNCH t ;

the Insane. The opinion did not % ........ ... '
t- few and so gradual as to be hardly sustain Siinpk j .1 W.- I ji> Low t .Mlnd laud) 5
down the is not a
past so strange of the State Democratic Committee. ..ullluruit.i; *. t >*--.e
curves at alLAnother the contention of the State that
i- story as onewblch came within the did not apply to Dade County in that HOW TO B-JIIO A KNOCKAEOUT

.: plan is to make the club ken of ProfebsorJowett. A good man the legislature has no power to com- A Ii.... .., .r. 4 ,--f-h-.. c. ,nooJ rttui .*allnt.wlir _
members profit by certain locks and the judge and solicitor of the criminal ; MI!**!*.vt .u. w r ... .A
went wrong was caught and sentencedat mit insane persons to county judges S
,> dams now being built across the Tennessee court were appointed for a period of HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-ORAUGHT SLOOPA
.i- Liverpool to imprisonment After that sufficient notice is not given in <&-- b,tie M Jiaf boat,with mo-JmaM..wkaisS"
river. The clubhouse site has the sinner had served his term Jowett four years each, and their terms will wank auk putHow
that will overlook such cases and that the constitutionalright TO BUILD A FLATTIS OR SHARPIE
been fixed at a point
r and others helped him. and he obtaineda not expire this >ear.-Miami Metropo .
K JT to I?'W; vTrtliiBi:traiKhT jot tbe.-aftor"ho,) ,
what will be 'a three mile lake when colonial editorship where his past lis. of trial by jury is denied. iobeaeg wabual..Mwi.er.I.e.plceaaerlioop or cat nf

i. the locks'and dams are complete. By unknown. He did well HOW TO GUILD A MOCEl YACHT .
was was a
means of the lake it will be possible ; A Pitiful Mistake. A rotnplei cI...- .pt:*m of how to huU a.....leI;*IM>u..
new man. One day a tornado swept On Wednesday Judge Jones grantedthe aC; sbea .red....II.If new:eb.
f for members to go from New York and (Tampa Times.) .
off the roof of his office. Under the
other places clear to the club float in petition in mandamus brought by PRICE $1. EACH
roof was discovered a batch of old
A half cupful of gasoline caused the
yachts. Jas. T. Sanders and F. B. Stoneman of PIIE"AID ay E.P"tS ANYIllrHEIIC

(, The Initial outlay for Improvements English papers which had been placed Miami against the Dade County Democratic death of little A. Tuell Leach the Bound in cloth GoU 1totmn.-Size of page
there and after the mail bad
The clubhouse forgotten three and one-half old 9 by ii intho -Large,lieurl/iirawn: punt. .
; will run into the millions. Executive committee to com- year son of Gil-
brought them. He set members of his

T alone will cost $1,000.000 and the staff to work to get out of the derelicts pel said committee to assemble and bert D. Leach, managing editor of the THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. .

:t, automobile course 500000. 9 MURHAT STREET New Yeas. S. A
anything which might be interesting: properly reorganize and place the of- Tribune Wednesday afternoon.

', The club will be inaugurated on June enough to print The first thins that The little fellow died within a short S.J nSla' /.r Catxlefut Boot forsSeeus
: fees of judge and solicitor of the crim-
25 at a banquet on the club property. 'Mlttsall'- "l'rary. .
they found was a full report _of the time after drinking the stuff which he .
- ., .' Men of prominence will be present inal court of record on the official bal- .
trial and conviction of the man himself -
There is to be nothing exclusive about lot to be voted in that county at the mistook for water. Ordinarily, gasoline ---- -- -- ,
their editor at Liverpool all those
the Interstate club. Founded with the coming primary. is not poisonous but it is supposed -
years before.-St James (Gazette.
.. idea. that it should be nonpartisan- and that this which was drawn from

nonsectional it will seek to attract Pants and Trousers. A Smile the tank of the gasoline stove at the ,
men from the country over. The expenses rco
of membership will be small, Everybody talks well when he talks U =pretty hard thing to accomplish when Leach home on West Eleventh avenue

in the way he likes the way he can't you're blue, by iou and out of sorts. Thereis had become poisoned by contract with
50 Initiation fee and about the same .
$ a sure cure for all kinds of stomach aud ;
help the way he never thinks of. The r-t
the metal of the tank and
pipes. w
amount yearly dues. liter complaints constipation and dyspepsia.
from 250,000 rest is effort and pretense. The man Ballard's Herbine is mild yet absolutely effective The little
r With a membership of I fellow, who loved to drink .
who says "trousers" because he likesto in all cases. Price 50 cents per bottle. i i > Hfl]
to 1,000.000 It is expected the club will say it and the man who says "pants"because Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner quantities of water saw the gasolinein ,. strlisoleseedegrowa' bv-.t known and. .'

have no difficulty in the way of financing Drug Store. the and mistook it for water. i
he likes to say it are both cup i.-ickazehas behind It the reputation

Itself. All money received as Initiation good fellows with whom a frank soul Regulates the bowels, promotes easy,natural He seized the cup and drank a few is- whose tbfade.! business. standards are the S
:. and dues will go to defray club movements, cures constipation uau'si 'I 111 I'o
b could fraternize but the man who says"trousers" swallows. His aunt who was in the ..1.8.....4 A..... will be mailed FKKKPIH
expenses and to the reduction of such i Re ulets. Ask your druggist for them. 25 .r "> TaIt contain colored plates m.o.., ;'1. .
debt as the organization may assumeat when he wants to say i cents a box. next room heard him choking and] '. -----1,1 fnU "pants" Is a craven and a truckler. "i.r3oo: yanetlf'S of VeCptable u.1
its beginning. gasping and ran in. She at once called 'S's -.-r, :&. UTio.U to all. Head tar it.
t
equally hateful to honest culture and
Although the club Is nonpartIsan and Left a Legacy. Mr. Leach, and several physicians ,. M. FERRY A CO., Detroit, Mich.
wholesome ignorance. lIe belongs in
nonpoliticaL its projectors believe it the same sordid category with the man (Tampa Tribune.) were summoned, but the little fellow --- ..
will wield a large Influence In national 1jWA.14 50 YEARS' .
and industrial affairs through its opportunities who wears tight shoes and high collars Prudencio Diaz, selector for the ci- died despite all that. could be done. EXPERIENCE It.

of informal discussion. Men that are a torment to the flesh gar factory of F. Garcia & Bro., received ----- --

who eats olives that he doesn't relish Neighborhood FavoriteMrs.
of prominence: and influence cau meet work from attorneys in Asturias
and drinks uncongenial clarets In Imi- : E. D. Charley of Harbor. }Maine speak.
there. talk there and obtain the opinions Spain Tuesday that aunt itlr of A
tation of his genteel neighbor In the a wealthy Electric Bitters says: "It is a neighborhood
l .of others there without fear of favorite here with ns." It deserves \
brownstone front-Atlantic. had died and left him a legacy valued
committing themselves to anything: anJ to be a favorite enrvwht-re. It gives quick
1 at from $100,000 to 1150,000.; relief iu dYSIK:p;ia. liver complaint kidney
without fear of what they may *ar TRADE MARKS ,
Book Evolution."Books" derangement. malnutrition nervousness,
Immediate upon receipt of this in-
being considered official. weakness and leneralllel.ilitY': Its action (.n DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS (
have from the
Work on the clubhouse will probaWy progressed formation Diaz made arrangements to the bl..*.xl. as a thorough: purifier make respecially kyVTT &c. .
days when: they were only wooden reds Anyone sending a sketch and description may
be commenced next SUlUI l'?. When finished go to Spain and claim the property.lie useful as a spring medicine. Th s quickly. aj.-enain our opinion free whether *a
t southerly or bits of bark. For the derivation grand alterative tonic is s.ild; nndcr;guarantyat invention is probably patcntabl. Communiea. 1
it'will ou account of its has been in this for fifteen :
country
which connects "book" directly with the Banner Drug; Store. >c. dons strictly conddentiaL Handbook on Patent
convenient all sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. y
be year
a --
position "beech." both having been "boc" in years and says he likes it so well thatas Patents taken thrvnati Mann & Co. receive
round resort for its members. L. C. Canoga has shown the Newsa tpfcial notice, without charge, in the i
Anglo-Saxon is the favorite one."Euebstaben" soon as he 'an arrange affairs in
clipping from a paper in Seattle. Scientific i Jlm ri\ane
Dog Barking For a Living. :: the German word for Spain he will return here and go into

livelihood letters of the alphabet means literally business. Washington, which tells of the arrival A handsomely Hlo!!trafed weekly. lJirce drculation i
of -
The newest means earning a of any-iennflo Viurnal. Terms$3 a
1
.; of $30 monthly consists in the "lx>N'b: states." Many book words go The property which has been left to in that city of a car of Florida tomatoes rear: four months,fL Sold tij-ll tiewsdeaier t

The I" back to such vegetable origin. Th in excellent condition and their fillJNH&Co.361Broai1"- York
imitation of dog barking. post
;: Diaz is said to comprise some of the
\. obtainable from the revenue department Latin "lil r. a book, whence come rapid sale at $-1 per crate. Mr. Cano- Braced Once C25 F St.Wanhiogtoo.P.C.
our "library." was properly the inner richest vineyards in all of "Sunny -- --:-- t..
::: in Paris which appoints men to va's sons Louis and Carlos are living '
of house bark or rind of a tree especially of Spain" and with a home place that is KLLTHE COUCH
outside
'c, bark after nightfall near Seattle whither they went .,
barkis papyrus The Greek "liblon.VbeDct built along characteristic lines of
r 4 doors. Whenever an answering "mbltand "bibliophile." m ant much some months ago and where they are AND CURE THE LUNGS
heard within the house the numberis Spanish sumptuousness. E
the same thing. A "codex" was a prospering.-Palatka News.EUREKA .
noted, and the following day an inSpector "

;at calls to see whether the dog block of wood. and "leaf" Is obvious.A The Jumping Off Place : WITH Dr11 King's :f i iI

tax has been paid. Consumption had me in its grasp and I
,' Living Skeletonis hail almost reached the jumping off place. Yes, I Have Found it at Last

Be when I was advised to try t>r. King's New Found wliitVhv that Chamberlain New t :
Will Boys Discovery
Boys the final condition of child that has
any Discovery and I want to say right now it
Salve cures eczema and all manner of itch:n;:
worms-if it hves. Think of having soxe- saved my life. Improvement began; with the of the !skin I have been afflicted for I
scratches. sprains many
and always getting guts thing in your stomach that cat all you takeas first bottle and after taking one dozen bottlesI t
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scald ) t with skin disease. I had to threeor 1T.oo.
burns or neglect years get up FOR
bumps, COUCHS
,? bruises, nourishment Nine tenths of the babies I
such things-they may result serious if was a well and happy man again says four times every night and wash with void Trlel! BotelFee ,
have worms maybe yours ha*. Be (certain George Moore, of Grimesland! X. C.s a '
Ballard's Snow Liniment act. water to allay the terrible itching but slue \
Apply AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGT OUBLES. .
do. that it has
not it White's
by giving Cream
you remedy for coughs: and colds and healer ot .
., directions right away and it will ; rising this salve in Decemlier, 1JW5. the itching
cording to Vermifuge expels all worms and is a tonic weak tunes and for f
ore preventing
pneumonia
and heal the trouble Price has stopped and has not troubled mv,- GUARANTEED SATISFACTOa?
relieve the pain for the Price
baby. 25 Sold TitUs-
cents. by New Ih is and
50r.
Titusville Pharmacy >co\erv supreme. Elder John T. Ongley. Kuotville. Pa. For Slle
Sold by OR MONEY REFUNDED.
: : ; 25 cents and and Banner$1.00.Drug Store. ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. $100 at Banner Drug Store. Trial bottle free. by litusville Pharmacy aDd all dealers. \,





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4f r Entered at the poctoffiee at Titer ine M The Ladies' guild gave a dime tea Jt4tPii ..
"' 4eoond-elas8 mail matter. .. ......; : :
at the'home of Mrs. S. K. Watts last ::Wt tI ;:- -:. '::.{:r;; i

Friday. "':: .
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.Kill B.Wager, fdltoraad P blHher. .: l.
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...... The Ladies' Aid society will meet ';'
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next Thursday at the home of Mrs. .X. :. 'I;
'PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MOBNINO8UBSCBI.TION. e.
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Mrs.Thcs.Campbell, of West Palm :' >(
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<; Rates PuraUbed 08ppUcati. business. -
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C- p \..r.It mast be clearly understood that neither I her home in Sanford to visit her son,

f : .--i';3 } Tax STAt nor its editor U ondent responsible for i his wife being ill.
opiaions expressed by eorre a
Dr. Hawk was called to Chattanooga

: : This week starts up volume XXIX' very suddenly Monday by' his %4 r: If 'W fyy V I

.of THE STAR. For the past 28 years brother, A. Hawk.

: has been steadily published Redstone took
this paper Mr. Bayard quite a t2s.

'' ,::' .. at Titrjsville under the present crowd of friends to Oceanus last Sun- r

; ownership and editorial management day for a day's outing.Mr. .

j: and Mrs. Bryce, of Georgia

; i .; There is life in the old town yet to have rented rooms in the Treutler

i :' judge from the buildings that are building for a few weeks. rY. -: ;+ .

'' .iO now going up and will continue all Mrs. Olmstead, of Miami, arrived ..a'', ..ai'7G-0a, : :ij.':'.. 'a. \ +. :: .,

summer. There are six concrete Monday for a short time at the homeof yI:,: '(
buildings either started or about con
A. 0. Andrews and family.
'. tracted for within the town limits, Ohio. f f3 \ ; .g ,
C. Hallock Antwerp
1 Mrs. G. M. Budd will leave this Residence of Mr. ,
and several cottages will be built of
; week for Jacksonville,then for North Homes Where Peruna
Florida pine, to say ,nothing of the One of the Many Thousand Yi
Really Carolina for the summer months. is a Popular Household Remedy. "yf:; t 74
A ;if projected hotel improvements. -
= i : Yi# the town is doing itself proud. The Ladies' Aid society met at the
\ home of Mrs. E. Spiller last Thurs- CATARRH OF THE HEAD.
t
1 of "The Real day. A most enjoyable afternoonwas taking '!3t :
>r Under the caption )lr.C. llallock, Antwerp,Ohio writes: "My daughter, Allie aftdr .
spent. cured of catarrh of the head of i:>Y::: r'
t Band Wagon" the Times-Union pictures three bottles of your Peruna,is entirely '
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7 road roller being Dr. Vaughn and family left for two standing. V
an immense years "
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' : enthusiastic citizens. We their home in New York Monday af uWe have used Pernna as a general tonic, as well as for catarrh, and are
i' crowded by well with it, and recommend it to anybody who has catarrh. t,R. C. HALLOCK.
: terapleasantwinterspenthere. They pleased .. .. '
to suggest that there ares me" s
venture I "Anybody wishing any information can write to h 5
: several South Florida counties that expect to return again next fall. t "" J

4- ys -1. have good second hand road wagons Mr. Renfro left Monday night for Could TaKe No Food. kept on using Peruna as! 1 had j pleasure in stating to you that your
and after using it three days medicine,Peruna l ascompletely curedme
i ; which Duval would be welcome free Perry, Mo., where he will join his Mr.William F. Burke 1365 nights the pains in my chest and of a long-standing case of catarrh. '

: of charge f. o. b., although we understand family, who have been there for a Ave., Philadelphia, Pa., writes: disappeared, and they have "I had consulted noted doctors with-

a r ;;.. that the one in Hillsbor- few months. Mr. Renfro acted as "On the 19th of February, 1901, I appeared since,and: it will be two out any relief By persistent urging ofa
taken with cramps that extended this July." friend 1 commenced the use of jour
ough has a frightful reputation as a, operator here. '
; / : just below my throat to the bottom All 'I''wonderful Peruna with the best of re-
Relieved Symptoms.
a man killer but in that way it may Last Friday evening Dr. Hawk was my stomach. They were so severe suits, and today I r.f::"1..,. recommend it .

: : be a recommendation in itself to the very much surprised by a great noiseas I my wife had to go for a doctor about i ..!.C.Crumpacker,K.K.1,okomo, I to any one suffering from tatirrh: in any

sheriff of Duval or some other coun- of thunder or something near his o'clock in the morning."I .,writes: form.
that I have nothing to com-
" who need it the door he had from February until July can say "As for myself, I suffered untoW
ties when
; more. porch and opening of now. l'feel well, rest well at!
? that year three doctors, and they agony, but today I fee 1 a* spry loa anyone
Y : much surprised to find a ht have a good but moderate appe-
was very ,
liver
giving me medicine for kidney, ,with more am'.ition' and<-nnn d*& e
Mysterious Political Situation very large crowd of his friends had bladder troubles, and after taking ,can eat almost any kind of food. in myself than 1 have enjoyed for
come to welcome him and his family kinds of their mixtures, in the I have no ache or pains anywhere, I years.
' The political situation in this state among them. All were laden with July I could neither eat nor drink. can do some kind of work every day. !'
: "All friends I look better two
*r. is the worst muddled affair that the good things to eat. A most enjoyable three weeks I had not taken a say I can stand a!* much fatigue ever before my and 1 -.ay urge; them all tu try
and feel it.
could good over
r leaders have seen in many years. evening was spent and at a late food except in a liquid form. At ever has to Pe- Peruna, and have old dozens of botta-
hour all dispersed for their home after end of that time I could not drink hemorrhage yielded .
the satisfaction."Your
with
Factional lines are almost eliminated the grip has done the same, a? greatest
delicious refreshments small
were serv- in sips
water except
or
and in the and aches of all kinds. Peruna is the greatest tonio
l in the state contests race ed. pain. as pains
caused me great
and builder for a broken-down contitu
noise has entirely left
'' : for United States senator and gov- "1 had given up all hope of roaring tion arising from that dreadful disease,
and head, mind is clear,
ears my my
Farmers, mechanics railroaders, laborers
there is consistent lineup of two at
ernor no than a week or "
catarrh.
i more
rely on Dr.Thomas' Electric Oil. Takes the good, my bowels are regu
#'it the leaders of the opposing forces of sting ont of cuts,barns or bruises at once. told my wife I thought I had and I just simply feel easy all over. Some people prefer to take table,
Pain cannot stay where it is used. the stomach. She teemed to
t the past. read of Feruna I cure of my case was surely a rather than to take medicine in a fluid
and having
too *
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4 These changes are not due to any - I form. Such peqple can obtain Peruaa
t trial.
it
ed to give a
'i special issue but because leaders are PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTSAnnouncements "I took several doses that evening, I Catarrh of Long Standing. ? tablets which represent the medicinal
weeks rested C. A. Reustrom 570 Seventh St., ingredients of Peruna. Each tablet is
differing as to men aspiring for oft for the first time la I
: Utah, writes: "I take great equivalent to an average dote of Pernna.
if: fice. Former antagonists of Gov- under this heading$500, that night.

<. 4i ernor Broward are now found sup- published until the first primary with an exception -- m'
made of|2.50 for county commissioners -
,;' porting him in his race for United and members of the school board the fee For Representative

j; 7 States senator. While this is of great to be paid in advance. I respectfully announce myself

advantage to him now, there are candidate for representative in the Low Prices for Lumber
County TreasurerI islature from Brevard county, at
-< < others who supported Broward four
: am a candidate for county treasurerof primary election to be held May
if years ago who are at present enthusiastic Brevard county and respectfully solicit My platform is "The will and wish
of Brevard I
4. for Fletcher Lamar. the support of all voters at the the people county.
or
schemes and if elected will TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.
coming Democratic pnmarv. no pet ,
j The checker board is I
political a R. F. HATCH. go as jour representative.

t l"* mystery at present. Fletcher seems Rockledge, Fla., April 15th, 1908. main Thanking you for your Yours support truly, ,I Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices : :

f V to hold his own in those counties JOHN

L ['\ where his friends have put forth I For County Commissioner i dressed four sides- $ 15.00
special efforts in his behalf while To the Voters of Brevard County. For State Senator, 13yi

1 Stockton is hustling in dead earnest, I hereby announce myself candidate' I hereby announce myself a and better Flooring, Ceiling and Siding20.00

is for county commissioner from district'. for re-election as senator from the 1 Common __.. 15.00
and Jeff Brown busy too, consequently ,
i :- No. 2, subject to the action of the pri teenth senatorial district of
r- it is a very difficult problem mary. If elected I will endeavor to subject to the action of the 2 ---- 10.00
h Isc- winner. give the people a ser- part at the approaching primaries.
j j'. ; to predict.the vice. Respectfully, F. M. t."I dressed one side______ ______ _____ 10.00F.
i :Kci t JOHN R. MlOT. .- -.-

f Government Can't Do the Work For County Treasurer For Stare Senator, 13th O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROMPT SH1PMEHTS

The following letter was received i I hereby announce myself a _. .
--- ---- ------
Courtenay, Fla., March 25, 19 J8. for state senator for the thirteenth -- ---'- -- ------ --

t, t? last week by Mr. R. A. Conkling, of To the Voters of Brevard Ct>uutvHaving .atorial district composed of to the action of the coming Dem For Representative
Tillman, chairman of the board of St. Lucie and Dade counties, primary and would thank you At the solicitation of friends 1

iI .i f county commissioners, in reply to a a candidate decided for nomination to announce at myself the com-as at the the will of the primary.Democrats as for your support.Respectfully, I hereby announce myself a my candidate fee

{to I : letter of inquiry sent to the United ing Democratic primary for the office of ensuing J. W. A. A. STEWART.For representative from Brevard county in
f the next legislature, subject to the
I --- --- ac-
treasurer ------
county respectfully request -----
States engineer in regard to the
j open- tion of the primary election of
j coming
if
your support, promising you that nominated For Tax AssessorTo Supt. Public Instruction
'; J( ing.of an inlet opposite the mouth off and elected I will fulfill the dutiesof : the Voters of Brevard County May 19th. My platform will be published -
f f $ the Sebastian river, which we publish the office in the interest of the people the People of Erevanl (County. to the solicitation of many in THE STAR in full in the MarI
future. J. w. OSBAN
of Brevard in the
,
county as past
for general information, as a when I was honored with confi- I respectfully announce myself 1 announce myself as a candI- ___ __ _
: your candidate for re-election as county for nomination before the coming I
great many persons were led to be- dence. assessor. Trusting my work has For State's AttorneyI

lieve that the government dredge Very respectfully, your approval, and thanking you nominated and re-elected I shall use

Florida would do this work: --.-- --- -'-J so.- H. SAMS.-_. jour support, I remain ;yours W. H.truly, best the effort interest, as of in the our whole past, to public pro nomination hereby announce to a second my term candidacy of oAceaf for

j' Jacksonville, Fla., April 15, 1908. For Representative ---- ---- sj stem. Respectfully, state's attorney in and for the 7th judicial
JOHN R. WALKER. circuit of Florida, subject to the
School
I Member of
For County
Mr. R.A.ConVhng, Chairman County Commissioners I am a candidate for represenativ Democratic primary to be heW on May
t
Brevard County,Tillman Fla. and respectfully ask the support of all We, the many friends, i For Tax Collector 19th 1908. If again trusted with the
Democratic voters in the coming pri name of J. N. Chalker, of i administration of this most importaat
Dear Sir-In reply to your letter mary. Very truly, Fla.. a clean straight, capable the Voters of Brevard County office by the people, I will, as 1 Have
of April 13, requesting that I direct % R. B. STEWART. candidate for member of the I herewith announce my candidacy for always striven do perform my duty
I the dredge Florida, now on Indian school board for this, the second office of tax collector of Brevard impartially and fearlessly for the Wet
For Member School Board, 3rd Dist.I trict, and ask the support of all If elected to this office I prom- interests of the state.
river to make an opening from that
citizens the
t at coming primary.
the I
to give my best services to peo JOHN C. JoNfcs;
myself a candidate for re- "
,. stream into the ocean opposite the nomination announce as member of the school MANY. and trust I will receive their sup- States Attorney 7th Judicial Circuit.
of Sebastian river I would --- ----- at the coming pnmarv. ------ _. ___ _
mouth board for the third district, and ask the For Member of School BoardTo PHILIP II. WRIGHT. -- h
, state that it is impossible to grant support of all if my past record as such the Voters of Bret ard County For County Commissioner
has been I have been
satisfactory. a
G your request because the funds un- resident of Brev ard countv for 34 j ears. 1 respectfully announce myself For Supervisor of Registration We respectfully announce that we
candidate at the next primaries for shall be candidates for eemiMft-
der which the dredge is working are E. B. ARNOLD. county
.. board member for district No. the Democratic Voters of Brevard CountvI sioners from our respective districts at
only applicable to the channel of In- ------ ---- --- shall appreciate the support of all. am a candidate for renomination by the next primary election

dian liver and it would be contrary NoticeI A. J. Democracy of Brevard county for Trusting that our services meet jw

t to apply them elsewhere. respectfully announce myself as a office of supervisor of registration. approval, and that we will receive yaw
candidate at the next primary election NoticeTo nominated I promise a continuance support. We remain yours truly,
; Very respectfully, for re-election as sheriff of Brevard the Voters of Brevard County a faithful performance of the duties J. Ml. ObBAN. Dist. No. 1.
LANSING H. BEACH, county. I would appreciate the earnest Thanking you for past favors I the office. Soliciting the support of J. R. MIOT. Dist No 2.

t Lieut. Colonel Corps of Engineers, support of all our people. beg to announce myself as a in the primary H. A. CoMvLLNG, Dist Xe. 3.
..!. Yours truly, for re-election to the office of I am very respectfully; T. A. ROBINSON, D iit. No 4.
j U.S.A. JOSEPH P. BROWN. the circuit court of Brev ard,county W. S. NOR WOOl). T. J. CoCKbllUTT, Dat. Ne ft.

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: YOtGANIZEDi r FISKE-HARDEE For National DelegateMr. .: ,. ,\, .

: F. 0. Scoring,of Jacksonville, .r" ::. \
rkJKIIiiMOIcersjamed" is a candidate from the second congressional t
.v.. .. ."" WEDDING I.t. J
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i. ., district in this state as del- !
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=, .: < ; _:, ,4,' rt.z' I.i to the Democratic National ,. J,
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> :r.Jif f' incorporation will be LoYely Marriage Ceremony Held inRociledgfl" convention at Denver. We take ,. 04t : .

;1Ib1Wied.in i another column i pleasure in publishing announcement -. .-" J "

..=. .at THE STAB this week of the Titus- Wednesday Morning and in doing so, aside from calling ; : 1"

.:.L ztr 'ti Jtijk Hotel,company, which waS f orO I One of the loveliest weddings ever upon the Democratic voters of :

i ,;: Mtfiy...:organized Saturday night at seen at' Rockledge was that which Florida to support him with their ,
.;-'?>;Hi jaw office of Mr. George M.Rob- :book-place tM !'
Wednesday, the 22nd ballot in the coming primary, we also 151--
:'!1.-: 1'!F.... The company is capitalized at !inst, at th&home of Ex-Senator and desire to say that Mr. Sebring like ,, II "iJ '. .
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<-.,' ; ,86,000'and' a sufficient amount of Mrs.G.S. Hardee,when their young- his distinguished father, Gen. Se- .\ 1 .t

: .;, ..'siOck"h S already been. subscribed est daughter, Miss Grace Stuart Har- bring, now mayor of Jacksonville, is I "" '

: ; right here in town to take over the dee, became the bride of .Mr. John a war-horse for Democracy. He will

1 Kfl. Indian River Hotel property, an op- Arnold Fiske.Promptly at all times bear aloft the flag of ..i

t 'ti ti u'0\ which has been secured.At at 10:30 a. m. the bridal the principles of Democracy as laid AnINU tPOWDER

the meeting above mentioned party entered the parlor precededby down by Jefferson and others of the \

the following board of directors was a sister of the bride, Mrs. T. G. old school. The position being an ;

elected by the share holders for.the Ronald, as njatron of honor,followedby honorary one we believe the votersof ,

first year: George M. Robbins, F. S. the bride, a perfect picture of Brevard will endorse Mr. Sebringin .

Battle, Louis A. Brady, J. S. Daniel maiden loveliness, leaning on the honor to bis father, who has always Absolutely Pure "

t and Ellis B. Wager. The board of arm of her father. They were met, had a tender spot in his heart _

{. directors then proceeded to elect of- at beautifully improvised altar, for: Old Brevard. The only baiting powder

:: ficers as follows: President, George by the groomed his best man, Mr. made with Royal Grape ; .

M. Robbins;. vice president, F. S. Louis Andrews. The impressive an Impure easy victim blood for runs organic you diseases.down-makes Burdock you Cream of Tartar : :;-

1 Battle; treasurer, E. A. Brady; secretary Episcopal ceremony was performedby Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the

Ellis B.'Wager.A Dean Percy J. Robottom and the cause,builds you up. No Alum, No Limo Phosphate ".:/ '

mass meeting was held the night solemn words spoken which made .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR .
before (Friday) at the court house them man and wife. '

for the purpose of soliciting stock After the marriage service a reception LETTERS PATENT Ballast for F. E. C. Ry. Track "'eeld, Weather Report. .1 v ,.

for charter membership, at which was held, giving relatives and Notice is hereby given that application will The F. E. C. Railway company has JUPITER, FLA., Apr. -A. 1908. '"

addresses were made by Dr. Daniel friends an opportunity to be made to the governor of the state of Florida again started the of rock Comparative statement of temperaturea-. e !
mining
congratulate at Tallahassee on the twenty-fifth day of at knd rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.
Mr. Walker, Mr. Woods, Mrs. Per- the happy young couple. The Hay, 1908. for letters patent on the proposed the quarry at Rockdale, south of Mi- 1008 1907 l
charter below I.
published
cival,-Mayor Wilson and others,when bride was gowned in lovely white D. B. PEITCHAKD, J.: S. DANIEL ami, and hauling it northward for DVTE. MAX. MIN. MiX. MIX. ...

f. it was decided to solicit subscriptions satin trimmed with rare old duchess S.G.A.F RATHBCX.DUEEN, GEO.F.S.M BATTLE. RoBBINS the purpose of ballasting the track. Apr.- 15 16 82 81 74 70 76 74 50 60 4.-; .. S I

for stock to be paid in on install- lace, having her veil caught with or- C.GABD5EK, LOUIS A. B&ADY. This work has been under way each 17.M *8SI 69 90 61 y .
18. 65 83 63 .
ments, and a banquet was provided ange blossoms and carrying a bou- PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE TITUS summer for the past three years anda fc 19. 83 63 83 63 $. 'i

:, for the people present by Mr. C. T. quet of brides roses. VILLE HOTEL COMPANYThe considerable amount of the track "- 20. 86 70 82 68 tt-, ,1, -;
21. 84 70 80 73 -
Massey and his Mr. Geo.B.Massey The undersigned do associate themselvesand between Miami and Jacksonville
spacious has
- son, rooms were tastefully become incorporated under the laws of Total rainfall fur the week .11 inches. .it _
to which full justice was done decorated with a profusion of white the state or'Florida for the transaction of the been ballasted, though there is much Departure rainfall for the week minus .58 I 1

by all, and the people of Titusvilleare oleanders, roses, lilies, asters, ferns business set forth in the following articles: work yet to be dons and it will prob- inches.Departure rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus's C j ,

certainly due them a vote of and palms, and the dining room, ARTICLE I ably be several years yet before the 5.06 inches. ": .
The of the shall be H. P. IIA EDIN, r .
thanks for their hospitality and liberality where delicious refreshments were Titnsville name Hotel Company"corporation and its place the of I entire track has been 'spread. Official in Charge. ; j

: la providing this spread. served, was particularly artistic. business is to be TitusviUe, Drevard county

Subscriptions for stock, payable in Thebride is the youngest of the six Florida. ARTICLE II ?t: t

I either monthly or weekly install- charming Hardee sisters, five of The owning and operating of a hotel at Ti- Indian River Ice i

ments, are now being circulated and whom are married, all, except one business tusville to Florida be transacted is the general together nature with of such the Factory t

: will materially increase the amount who lives in the north, have homeson other business as may be properly connected '

1 of available stock within the next the famed river drive near the. therewith. AJtTICL -1I1 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

few days. Some outside capital will fine old home place, one of the pioneer
The amount of the capital stock Authorized '
be solicited as soon as the installment orange groves on the east coast, is twenty-five thousand dollars($25,000.00)).divided Pure ice manufactured from distilled ;

subscriptions are thoroughly can- where the father and mother reside.It into two hundred and fifty (250)
shares of the par value of one hundred dollars
vassed among the people of this section is seldom one sees so interesting a (100.00)each;"fifty per cent shall be payable water. Prompt deliveries to all points .: i '

7 in order to make contemplated family and Mr. Fiske is to be con- thirty days from date of subscription balancein "
five installments often per cent each to be- .
improvements in the property, but gratulated on his choice of a bride. come due at intervals of thirty days. Stock A. S. Piatt Proprietor
.
will be issued of jl
it is the intention of the company to Mr. Fiske is one of the firm of Ron- scrip cent of the subscription on but payment stock certificateswill fifty per _

make this as much of a home stock ald& Fiske, of Cocoa. He is a young not be delivered until paid for in full. M

company as possible, and to this end man of sterling character and busi- ARTICLE IT KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE f

_- everyone is expected to cast in their ness ability and is one of the town's The corporation shall exist for a term of

-.' mite though small it may be, if onI most substantial and energetic citi ninety-nine I years. Buggy Type
ARTICLE v
ly a share, as it will materially help zens.
HIGH WHEELS SOLID TIRES STANDARD TREAD
The business of the company shall be conducted t
the for hotel. The bridal couple amidst showerof .
! : along move a good a by a board of five directors of whom

".- rice and good ,wishes. left on the three.shall be elected at the annual meeting of the
t Prof. Joe Fielding noon train for New York city to visit stockholders to be held on the first Tuesdayof
Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD. Fort Pierce Fla.
One of the most noted athletic instructors the relatives of the groom during April of each year,but in case such meeting \f
shall not be held at the time appointed then
in America at the present day their honeymoon. On their return the board shall be elected at the next meetingof
is Prof. Joe Fielding. As an all round stockholders thereafter and all officers '
they will go to housekeeping in their shall hold over until their successors are elect EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 1
athlete it has fell to his lot to carry off
new home, which is one of the most ed and qualify. The board of directors shall
numerous honors and prizes. Boxing, choooe from among their number a president
palatial stone residences on the banksof vice president, a secretary and treasurer .
wrestling, club swinging,bag punching, DEALERS IN
Indian river. The presents were but the same person may hold the offices of
single sticks, dumb bell and bar bell ex- secretary and treasurer if the board of directors "
staff and cutlass drill numerous and particularly hand- shall so decide.
,
ercises, quarter
Lumber and Materials
some, attesting the esteem in which Until the annual meeting in 1909 the boardof Building
beside the skipping rope clog dance are directors will consist of F. S. Battle L. A.
some of his specialties. Jiu jitsu, the both bride and groom are held. Brady E. B. Wager. J.S. Daniel and Qeo M.
Robbins, of whom Geo. M. Robbins will be OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL .
of self defense of The wedding Mr. and
Japanese system: one guests were president, F. S. Battle vice president; E. B. h
the most sensational sports in the world Mrs. E. P. Porcher, Mr. and Mrs. Wager.secretary, and L. A. Brady treasurer. Yards at Titasiille Cocoa Eau Gallie Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach

is one of the professor's accom- Clark Mr. and Mrs. B. O'Hara ARTICLE VI
many Guy We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders f
plishments, and a science every man, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Casey, Col. and The highest amount of indebtedness or liability for shipment direct from the mills
woman and: ch;ld should learn. As the to which the corporation can at any
Mrs. E. M. Breese Mrs. Chas. D.
time subject itself shall be ten thousand dol-
man who carries a revolver has no fear Provost, Mr. and Mrs. De Yuille Mr. lars (fl0OOO.00).
,
of robbery or assualt, so it is with the In witness whereof the subscribers have tlilfIIl11Tii fitItliliil man or woman, who has)learned jiu jitsu. and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddison, Mes- hereunto set their hands and seals with a 1
The professor is ready and willing all dames S. F. Travis, W. G. Paterson, statement of their respective residences and t
times to give demonstration of this won- amount of stock subscribed by each. 11
derful art which has placed the Japanese C. W. Harrison, J. R. Nash, W. L. Amount of
among the foremost wrestlers of Hughlett, Edward Horine, G. W. Names of In. Stock HARDWAREJas.
corporators Residences SubscribedJ.
the The world.professor's past record speaks Skelley, G. Huston,Capt. and Mrs. C. S. Daniel (SealTitnsvilleFla, 5 sharps

a :. for itself, he having tutored such col- J.Coggin, Mr.and Mrs.L.S.Andrews, S.Geo.M.A. Rathbun Robbins,((Seal Seal)) "" "" 5 5 ""

leges as Hampton Court college of Lon- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gingras, Mr. and F. S. Battle for TitusvilleLumberCoSeal-
don, Eng., Bromly college, Kent, Eng.; Mrs. T. G. Ronald, Senator and Mrs. ) 5 ** Pritchard & Son
the Columbia Athletic club Washington Louis A. Brady(Seal) 5" .
4 D. C.; the Kentucky Military insti- John H. Derby, Mr. and Mrs. JamesF. D. R. Pritchard,(Seal) 2 -
tution, Florida, and numerous private Mitchell Misses Cornelia Magru- O. }o'. Duren (Seal) 2"
i classes. As a professional he is with- Chas. A. Gardner(Seal) 2 Handle the Finest Lines of :
out The most gentlemanly and der, Ella and Clementine Singleton, Winston 3. Bran- ..
a "
peer.
scientific pupil that he ever taught be- Louise Horine, Rev. W. H. Cresson, J.niDK C. Spell', ((Seal Seal) .. 1 1 .... Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur
ing no less a champion than Norman Dr. Walter Lincoln, Messrs. Frank Julius Kline (Seal) 1 ..
Selby. Kid McCov, whom Joe almost Ellis B. Wager, (Seal) 1
landed at the top of the ladder as chars Hatch, Arthur Huston, Wm. Ronald, Chas.Il.Walton.(Seal) 1 "
pion of the world, fighting in the line Master John Paterson.A J.M.Osban. (Seal) "" .". 1 .".
t ; with his old friend James J. Corbett, J.Walker, (Seal) .. 1 Stock of
J. H. Allen (St'31)) 1
match in America.Joe ..
Joe's first
who made Tells How to Relieve "
Woman
B. R. Wil:llO. (Seal) 1
Fielding has boxed Bob Fitzsim- Rheumatic PainsI S. It. Rathbun Seal) M 1 .. Guns and Sporting Goodsis
mons, TommyR.an. Jack Dempsey and John Henry. (Seal; ) 1 ,".
other worthies. Fielding knocked out have been a great sufferer from the dreadful O .\. Stewart, (Seal) 1 ..
Geo. LaBlanche (the marine) who had disease, rheumatism, for a number of f'.T. Massey (Seal) 1 complete at all times
with Jas. Lysle Conner (Seal) 5 f
the credit of defeating Dempsey (
years. I have tried many medicines but never
the pivot blow). State of Florida I l
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got much relief from auy of them until two ::: =:
The professor's teachings are alwaysup Brevard County. I
when I bought a bottle of Cham
to the mark and his present pupils years ago Personally came before meJ.II. Allen J.S.
testify to the fact that he does all he berlain's Pain Balm. I found relief before I Daniel ieo. M. Kobbins. Louis .\. Brady Paints and Oils of Qualityone
claims to and more. The professor is had used all of one bottle, but kept on applying D. B. Pritchard.(I. F. Duren. Chas. A.Gardner. .
willing and pleased to see all who are it and soon felt like a different woman. Win.-ton S. Branninz. J.C. (>t'll. Julius of
his Advice Kline, Ellis B. Waser, Chas. II.\\alton. R our Specialties
interested and explain system. advice of friends have
Through my many my
Walker It R. Wilson, John Henry O A.
cheerfully given and if you are not tried it and can tell you how wonderfully it Stewart 8.Rathbun, S. B Rathbun. C.T.Mas .
satisfied why he will refund your money, has worked.-Mrs. Sarah. Cole, 140 S.New eyt J. M O ban,Jas. Lysle Conner F. S.
which will be the first time on record. Battle, each to me personally well known and
orders will
St, Dover, Del. Chamberlains Pain Balm Quotations for large or small
Call at the gymnasium and see the professor known to me tt> be in each case the identical
c; and you will be surprised at what i is a liniment The relief from pain which it person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing be given personal attention. Mail Orders
teach in a very short spaceof affords is alone worth many times its cos>t It charter: and severally\ acknowledged
he can you solicited and filled 4
time. He will develop your consti- makes rest and sleep possible. For stleby his or her execution thereof.In promptly
witness whereof I have hereunto set
tution so that you have a neat carriage Titusville Pharmacy and all dealers. hand and official seal atTitnsviIIe, within my the I
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in walking an elastic step, cultivate county and state aforesaid, this 13th day of 'PIT: : .vII-ALE: :
arm, a finely shaped form, a "Dean's ointment cured me of eczema that April. A. D. 1908. PEKCY G. WALTOV
brain and the courage of a man. had annoyed me a long time. The cure was Notary Public.
PROF. JOE FIELDING, t'rmanl'nt.-Hon.. S. W. Matthews, commissioner Notary Public State of Florida. My commission Y1M YmY1JWAW1, YMY1M Y.1m1
i' Ex-Champion of England and Scotland. labor statistics, Augusta Me expires Jane 11. 1909. 4I I

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; THE FLORIDA STAR APRIL, 24, 190S


fens Later counsel for Lake admitted : ts expected to put an end to the Holland the anion of their employees. This

having prepared the whole case for monopoly. One notable addition mission follows the decision of the BEST FOR. THEBOWELS

I 4i1YkEEP1NG I TAB Lilley. i was the authorization of two colliers supreme court relating to the illegality i.

: In Defense of Negro Soldier at a cost of JL800.000. making the total ot the boycott under the Sherman antirust .

Senator; Foraker of Ohio addressedthe carried by the bill 106000000. Priorto law. President Gompers of the

senate making what he called a the vote Leader Williams of the minority federation explains that while organized If ym kavt.t3ssssftss&ftt I repJar.. b..U.,DWUIt.f eke

plea for justice to the negro soldiers used his allowance of twenty labor must obey the law as interpreted Towels bowels: every op.a.dsr.gad be,...'relalerwmbe...u. Fora tDs Lees IDspe rese of

!J I ON 1 THEWORLD[ t t1i who were dismissed without honor for minutes to make a speech said to have by the highest court be is:: sure violent phrete or tin 1nJ' 01 keeUa. 'I'M

;! ; alleged connection with the shooting been the wittiest heard In many'years. that congress will soon change the law seta t uCANDY

> k affray at Brownsville Tex. The public His shafts of Irony were driven chiefly so as to relieve labor. Anyway. he believes -

: galleries were thronged with negroes, against the militarism and war alarms, that not the supreme court norany CATHARTIC

::": who began to applaud at the end of which he laid at the door of the presi- other power can compel a unionistor

the speech. but they were checked by dent and Hobson. He said that soon friend of labor to buy "a boycotted
: House Votes Down Hobson'sFour the presiding officer. After reviewingthe we might be building a navy of air- article. ne prophesies dire things for .

ships Just to convince the world of congressmen who dare to the
Battleship Amendment evidence In the case the senator our oppose ...
; assailed the Warner reenlistment bill peaceful intentions. demands of labor in this regard.

.,,-1'! Despite the President's Special because It gives the president discretion Police Prevent Socialist Meeting. t -
j .
: ; Message For the (Increase. as to the rejection of any applicant I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I Organs of the Socialist party have

Fie said it was for the congressto found another propaganda weapon in EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY e, 4Pleasant. e

I i r. ,, ,.; Senate Hears Foraker's Negro say who shall eulist and who not. he latest attempt of the Philadelphia ralataM Potent. Taste crn; gad De
Good. Never Sic:In. Weak** or Gripe:
Tennessee
Ousts Oil Trust.
,":;--' Defense New York Democrats To give such power to the president! police authorities to suppress public 10 cents p rtox. Write lot tree H&pU.gad took-
'iJ. would be without precedent. "for never The supreme court of Tennessee has meetings. In one case entrance to the let oa hMltlL. Addnu m

1 .: _. ,, Uninstructe ; Republicans before has a legislative: body been Invited decided that the Standard Oil company hall engaged by the local Socialistswas I Stertlnt Remedy Comeany. CMcago or Nn Toik.

;,. R For Hughes on First Ballot to require men accused of crime may engage; only in Interstate com- prevented by a platoon of policemen KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

ti. prove their innocence before a hostile merce in that state affirming the decision and in another case where a -- -- -----

i. _1" ,, ': : ;- C.alifornians Entertain judge who has already adjudged. of Chancellor Stout at Gallatin meeting had begun the police! entered National Guard Officers.

t" h "-, Fleet-Strike Riots at Chester them guilty. lIe added that '"never based upon acts held to be ia restraint and forcibly expelled the speakers and The Florida National Guard Assocla

before has there been a suggestion that of trade. The company has appealedto be entire audience using clubs freely. in annual convention at Jackson-
"' Pa.-Great Fire Sweeps any m:1vortby to sit In judgment the United States supreme court. tion
7 Would Socialist
A Change Tactics. Mlle last week, selected Tampa as the <
'il upon the rights of his countrymen Blood Oath of Night Riders.
.: ; Chelsea Mass. Edmund Kelly, former legal adviser of meeting and elected the
would accept such a duty if assigned next place
The
of three
.< : Co"'i hearing alleged members of the American legation at Paris and
to him if conscious of having the slightest following officers?
or the Kentucky Night Riders, DoW one 'of the prominent members of
Y ''" -'i: I CONGRESSIONAL'I feeling against the accused." In Ellis. Duncan and Thompson, at Mur- he New York' branch of the Socialist President, Brig. Gen. Chas. P. Lovell -

conclusion he eulogized the colored sol- Ky.. revealed the tact the re-elected.
ray, that plny. has a signed article in the International retired
o/4, ':: diers'as a class. secret organization of tobacco growers Socialist Review entitled -rhConfus..ioo First Vice President, Brig. Gen. Jno.

Hobson.Champions Big Navy.M No Case Against Paper Trust.In had exacted a blood oath from its mem- of Tongues" proposing radical W. "Sackett retired re-elected.

s t=&- The foremost :td"oc:1teor the big reply to the house resolution ask bers. The three accused men were change in the tactics of his partyIn Second Vice President Col. F. X.

-t ." nary programme In the house Is fobs ing information about the alleged identified by several witnesses who America lie holds that the policyof

: "son of Alabama famed as the ex-naval monopoly in print paper making. Attorney had met with ill treatment by a band "revolution." while consistent and Icbuller, Second infantry succeeding

{ :__ ': officer who played a heroic part In the General Bonaparte reports that of the riders. logical iu :a country like Germany Co; ). O. M. Bingham retired.

,4 ; t \ ,siege of Santiago. During the general up to now no evidence sufficient has New York Recount at Last. where the party has the throne the Secretary Col. Walter P. Corbett,
t' "
> debate on the own found to justify prosecution of In the New York city supreme court Ability and the church to overcome succeeding Major M. Henry Cohen

i naval bill bestirred any combination of wood pulp or paper last weE'k'Attorney General Jackson ig utterly untenable and unnecessary Second infantry.

4.. y with the the prediction house- manufacturers.Dam began his trial of the suit to oust Mayor in this country, where the machinery Treasurer Lieut. It. E. L. Buekman

t' 'e Site Bill Vetoed.A McCIellan. with full permission of or democratic government exists and Jacksonville, re-elected.
= .a; of a great
e: a '. ,, war between the bill to extend until mIl the time the court of appeals to open the ballot whl'rtthE' real enemies of socialism Executive committee the above offi-
c Y k In which u dam may be built across boxes containing the ballots cast in -an on the Inside-in the fierce individualism -

f .. yellowandwhltex Rainy Lake river has been vetoed by November, 1905. and have said ballots I i iI American character." lie cers and Major Gen. J. Clifford R. Fos-, t.

races for which the president because makes. no limitto counted. This official recount in the I believes that the word -reform" is the iter. Col. Wm. B. Young. Col. Wm. Le-
the United States I
tA 4i-- must the franchise and provides no payment 'presence of the court and jury and one on which to align: the various radical Fi'.s.

t L .' prepare I to the government for the right. with counsel 1 for both sides Is expectedto elements here and urges the advantage -
,:,: .' "not only to do
and Dollars SavedE.
require several weeks. of making working arrange- Suffering
yg its duty in the Higher Pensions For Widows. .
ments with a labor party as the Socialists S. of Manila, X. Ysaays: 'ram
= Luper
world but to The conference(>port "on the specialpension Remedy For Rate Decision.
of England have done with m carpenter and have bad many revere
TM ; preserve its own bill granting Increases to the Attorney General Hadley of Missouri access lie charges that American cuts healed by Bucklen's Arnica halve. It
-i i existence." Nevertheless widows of soldiers and sailors has been speaking of the supreme court ia* saved me suffering and dollars. It is
he Insisted adopted by.both senate and house decisions against the state rate laws Socialists lack faith In their own prin- by far the best healing salve I have ever
t; --fl-V' Blchmond P. Hobson. ciples and stand in fear of being captured ound. Heals burosruresulcers, fever sure,
that he and the bill went to the president for says that the only remedy Is for congress -
by somebody. All that is eczema and piles 25c. at Banner Drug Store.
necessary -
t iras a man of peace and .
} that he was approval.Six to enact the law advocated by
v he contends. is that Socialists I
not advocating permanent navies but States For Direct Senators. the convention of state attorneys general Suicida
have a hand in the organization of the ; Boy Attempted
4' was pointing out the shortest path to The senate committee on privilegesand namely to forbid the circuit "
-auxiliaries.: I Jewell the ten-year-old son of Mr.
the
disarmament of
: s all nations. When elections has received petitionsfrom courts from Interfering with the enforcement II I
; -- ;'- asked by Randall of Texas how long only six states demanding a convention of a state law. Roosevelt to Hunt Abroad.A I and Mrs. T. S. Goldring of Wauchula

4: i It would take to bankrupt the world at to amend the constitution so remark having an Important bearing attempted to commit suicide Saturday

k ;the proposed rate of naval expenditure on the contest for the Republican himself
afternoon by shooting through
>; as to provide for the election of sena-
EXECUTivE
'' Hobson said America had seventeen I I nomination is that attributed to Presi-
tors by popular vote. and It will therefore the breast with a revolver. He had
i -ri -; billions of capital and the rest of the dent Roosevelt at the recent dinner of
take no action as the law requires often when threatened with punish
world'about as much and that the Boone and Crockett club .
"the The Fleet Reaches San -namely
calls from three-fourths of the states. Diego.
other nations would go broke about hat after his term of office expires be ment talked of committing suicide but
The six which have petitioned are New The American battleship fleet arrivedat
_:;: 2.000 years before the United States Intends to visit foreign lands to hunt no one took it seriously and Saturday
Jersey, Illinois. Wisconsin. Iowa.. Mon- Saa Diego CaL. April 14 and dropped -
''t.. Is without armaments. big game. He said that In the event afternoon when his mother told him
tana and Nevada the legislatures of anchors for the rest of the week.
t : Burton O. followed of the nomination and election of
(Rep. Hobson Taft
these states having adopted the petitions The Connecticut led the way. with she was going to punish him he went
g i : t with a quiet deprecation of this war he wished to leave the country so- It
i, Admiral Thomas as commander in into a room shut the door and taking
< talk. saying that "it Is our chiefest could not be said that he was influencing -
.. Defeat For the President. chief of the fleet his father's revolver deliberately placed -
: achievement that we are in the fore- Taft's administration or that he
When the battleship section of the .,, Great crowds oi it against his breast about two In-
front of modern civilization: that we was being turned down in attempts to
: give respect and reverence to the naval bill came up for final vote in rata people on shore do so.New I cnes below the right nipple and pulled

... .. '. teachings of Christianity. the house another spirited debate occurred cheered and waved York Names Favorite. I the trigger. The ball passed completely
Sags and handkerchiefs -
in which Ilobson was the
a Roosevelt For More Warships. spokesman for the administration and e and soon The New York state Republican con- through the body, puncturing

,' The need of four new battleships Instead during which a personal letter from .? many of the people vention. April 11. carried out the pro- the right lung. Dr. Y. E. Wright wa

", of the two provided for In the the president to one of the memberswas who had chartered gramme agreed upon by the friends ot summoned and has been attending tk
naval bill as reported from the committee boats resident[ : Roosevelt who were in com
; read pleading for the larger appro- were making boy, who will doubtless recover.
4 was emphasized President plete control at all times. It directedthe
ri by priation. It wag also said that he had calls of welcome. Gainesville Sun.
Roosevelt In special message to congress sent a private letter giving confidential Chief among these delegates at large to use all honorable -

its arrival in the house being reasons to the speaker. In spite of all were Governor Gillette means to bring about the nomination

timed so as to be just ahead of the battleship this and many eloquent appeals on the of Californiaand of Governor Hughes for the presiIcncy. -

clause in the bill then under floor the amendment to Increase went members of the AH the enthusiasm and cheers
consideration. The reading of the Admiral Thomas. reserved for the
were and
down to defeat by the vote of 190 to fleet celebration president Tutt'sPills
message was greeted with applause on s::. Of those for the Increase twentysix committee All the officers of the fleet hU lieutenants and Hughes received
the Republican side. In which some of only a mild handclapping. The plat
: were Democrats. Burton (Rep. O. were entertained that night with a dinner -
the Democrats joined. When the ap- and Tawney led the Republican opposition at the Hotel del Coronado. Each form indorses Roosevelt In the strongest -
will the from
.' plause had died away Tawney (Rep., to the president. Great applause day was crowded with a variety of entertainments terms possible and favors a revision days save of misery dyspeptic and enable him to many eat

': Minn.), who is opposed to building any greeted Burton's plea for the mainte- for both crews and officers. of the tariff and currency re whatever be wishes. They prevent

1'1" more battleships just now. sent to the nance of the peace policy of this coun and the uniform of a sailor was form. SICK HEADACHE
-- desk to be read a memorial the .
against
try. Tawney laid great stress upon arranged; to give free admission to any Massachusetts Favors Taft.
I' ; : four battleship the food to assimilate and u
plan signed by Andrew cause
of and nourish
the splendid geographic Isolation of place amusement free transportation Although the Republican state con
\ Robert the body, give keen appetite .
t : Carnegie. Ogden and 300 other
t
\ J ,;' the United States. on street cars. Next day there vention'it Boston April 10. elected
1 prominent New Yorkers. This brought Bankers Oppose Aldrich Bill. was a parade of the bluejackets and four delegates at large to the Chicago DEVELOP FLESHand
,
forth clapping on the Democratic side.
officers "Vtioo strong. convention without giving explicit instructions solid muscle
I n $ .The president refers to the failure Banker Hepbnrn of New York chair Elcl&Dt111U&ar

I I -- of The Hague conference to reach an man of the currency commission of the Investigating the Mukden Outrage.A for Taft. a re-otit- was coated. 1
Take No Substitute.
iY 's agreement on the limitation of armaments American nank rs' association. and conference between the president adopted declaring that a majority of

; 'i q t and to the coincident change In Banker Forgan of Chicago vice chairman Assistant Secretary of State Bacon the state convention was in favor of:

', t- the size of battleships which all the of the same, addressed the house and Secretary of War Taft was held the nomination the war secretary. HANDY MOTH PAPERA ,

,_ ; ; nations are building and points out committee against the Aldrich bill urging concerning tin recearattack on Consul Delaware Democrats For Gray.

,: that to limit our increase this class thai It was impracticable unwise General Straight and! servants of the The Democratic state convention aT
1 i and unsound. Hepburn said that It AmerKations=ulate at Mnkden. Man moth destroyer and disintVrtaut, Planed e
of to Dover. April 14. din. ted its
warships one or two a year will delegates under carets 01 iii the fuhU of fur aDd rtotfc.ing .
mean relatively going backward. In was worse than no legislation at all chnria. by Japanese rowdies. Xo offi to seek the nomination of Jti lgi George ; it drives away moths and worry Twelve

F -; ., asking for the four battleships the Nevertheless! both of theendinz the arrival Gray for the presidency nowithstand! sheets in a acket carriage prepaid 10 rtUtL t

c. = president says that be Is advocating a were reported to have agreed next dayto of.an official! report from Minister ing that a 'letter from the judge asking SIX packets 50cents i tf draggist(!.*- u't kaveit.M .

measure of peace. inasmuch as it Is"mischievous a compromise: measure in which the Rurkhill at IVkin. On. cabinet ofiice that this I.*. not done was read to thtcou"pntinn" > ligan fnwiler Clarkr Work.. *,Wlrrtiun H46

folly for any statesmanto chief change was the reduction of the was quoted as saying that this Incident The .letter had lJf--t>D ,kept ---- -- luu*

assumetbat the world has reached tax to 3 per -ent. This apparent In .. is only om of many showing Insolence secret nj to the last moment.

a stage when a nationcan be contentto (consistency ridiculed before the I. n;i the part of the Japanese( toward Tammany Rules
rely for forbearance cnnimittre by Banker Crosier of Wil Americans in the orient. State Convention.
|peace upon
mington. The Aldrich bill After a hot fizht over the suiting or
of other powers." Fie adirlts that wean was also N.-.w Ration For the Army. .
R opposed by the Trades league of Philadelphia the Brooklyn delegates! headed by State y.rs
" not n military nation. as the smallness The new army ration to take effect I
: and other business Senator McCanvn. resulting in their ,
many organization -
of our army testifies: but thinks Mar 1 I is expected to increase the cost defeat at the hands, of leader Murphyof

I that undefended wealth invites aggression of feeding a man from _::'*: to :."> cent Tammany and withdrawal with

and points to the helpless condition Bars Betting at Washington.The a day. To the! garrison ration are added threats that Deter again would New
of China of thepeace bill already passed by the houseto .
t as an example butter milk spices flavoring; extracts i. York have a Democratic! mayor the
+ at any price po'.icy.! If we desire put an end to all kinds of gamblingin lard and baking p \\\"I1t'r. New York
k state convention of Iw>mn-
to avoid insult. he says. we must the District of Columbia was rushed ,
To
Save Post Card Pictures. crttsl'rll 13 resolved to send nninstructfd .
be able to repel I It. and if we want through the t'natpril 15 and went (U'FRIEND
The postmarking of |p.ostal cards at dt>l I"satfs to the national convention -
peace we must be "at all times ready to the president. It Is aimed especially
the oilkv .
of the address has been discontinued and that the unit rule should
fur war" at the local rare track betting.
rt Iwransp of complaints: that prevail The small Bryan minority
t Lake Denies Rice Charges. Passage of Naval Bill. the practice ilisflgured; the pi.-ture post led l.y Walker and Thomas withdrew

e; "resident Simon Lake of the Lake Finally nt the end of the longest legislative cards or obliterated! the message eve without making a minority rrj ort. The

..,. 1 Torpedo Coat company testified before slay on record, the house haying when: the mark: was made on the address unseating! of McCarren was part of a
the house committee on submarine proceeded under the special rule side. design i to extend the sway of Tammany .

,r scandal April 12 and deniedpoint for a daily recess instead of adjourn- Hall across the bridge into Kings f

blank the statements previously made ment since April ti. the naval appropriation ('ou :y. McCarren said that he woul-

If by Isaac L. Rice, president of the bill: was passed April 16 by a I L POLITICAL I carry the fight to Denver. TO FRIEND.
vote of 234 to 12 it
Electric Boat company to the effect substantially as Minnesota In Taft Column. The personal recommendations
t\ came from the committee. The most of people
that the Lake people had tried to sellout
Gompers Bows to the Law. Delegates at large were instructed tovote who have been cured of
'r t- to the Electric. On the contrary. Important amendment was that which coughs aad 1
The for Taft for president by the Republican colds
April number of the AmericaFederationist by Chamberlain's
'a Mr. Lake swore that the Electric com left to the discretion of the secretaryof Cough Remedy .
does not contain the state convention at St Pai: have done 1
pany had made offers of purchase to the navy the type of submarine vessel : more than all the to make it a
Urn and that he had refused these.of-j I I to be built eight of which were provided usual !list; of firms defined as -unfair staple article of trade and commerce oven _

i k 1tN for at a cost of $3,500,000. This. .: because of their failure to recognize; Continued on page ? a large part of the civilized world




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