The Florida star ( May 1, 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:
May 1, 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:
UF00075901:00282

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

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TITUSYVLLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1908


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the best shirts on
50 mts each.
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500 pairs of odd p
and light and med
in summer weight
to $U..
Special prices in
suit cases.


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Grown at Shil
hickory hammock
fly. One year to
Prices from 25 to
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THE THE SEASON'S LATEST N1WS Special Sale at [line's LOCAL GOSSIP
SWEEK BEST PRODUCTIONS AND INCIDENTS frry* AND PERSONALS
MONDAY, MAY 4, 1908.
t 1o t j We mem n.eaCtly what we sayW "Mta palk rt n HIh M bPeppere h ed reached htluz 94,
M Wt They are the bet wpleas of high TN Imnt S TM l Spe Uor. h t M coM U goli
A.m SIcoo"leasm tw New D ink --Grap Pany 5ct Uahe d Sea Island cotton, 36
Scam taorn ever orrad ew Dr pe P h, 5 ine, wide, Mondays special. 13 Dr. Milr Dentist, Tituvill.
or seree. Mi wo e had ex- Cherry C il, 5 cents, e yards for S To see them to by them--tbe-
SLtT~lao n D ve o otYi Linen crash toweling, extaquality fant is i ,black sad
SThe exclsive tailors kno Thoseingle costs, in blue= aseial 10 cents per yard white at Branning'e.
it. We now it. Do you know it black maomnr, both si sasd inen huck towee A 6 inches laonge u a
SreturedTs- We want you to. breasted, at Wand ~7.S are the best, seach Mr. C. J. Denham expect to
Se iCome here for look! We're per- at lh- g's. rt te endls variety lo ve in a day or so for a two month
Swes' vutio feetly willing to rest our caseon Mr. and Mrs. Win.indle, of Co- ofisared Iise in i vaie cation.
er. y u'iJcotof pwtterum, were bought to rll for vacation.
F. b, of Day Men S t $10 2, $15, S $8 to coa, were in town Wedneday. 35 and 40 cents per yard, Monday on- Marvin Goodman has installed a
53Lof0. Mrs. C. C. Walker, of Atlanta, who ly, 23 cents. fine glapeanut roaster in the new
siay to attend The bea gooat the lowest prices has been here on.a visit with her Figured lawn, worth20 and 25
brusplwtAndrew Strictlyo rie I topall. cents per yard. Monday only, 12 building just north of his stand.
w, A rew Strtlyetoall. mother, Mrs. F. Battle, since De- cents. Capt. and Mrs. V. H. Sharpe, of
WINSTON S. BRANNING member, left for her home Monday. White lawn, 40 inches wide, good Sharpe, are intown this week and
t oBrnty Up to Date Clotin Hops Commodore and Mrs. C. A. Welch quality, Monday only, 1 cents per d TH S oee a pleasant ca
_ e in the yard. Paid Tm Sr offmd a Pleasat cyr
k Tuesa nd 'ITtersyiie, Florida. arrived Wednsday from Artesia on Fine quality white cambric, spec- The frame work is up for Mr. F. .
t nmd ^__- their way to their summer home in ially good for underWar, 10 cets Battle's new home. The work of
High School Com.mecement Massachusetts, which will be spent per yard.
fie, of __ White marntlaise hdspreads, ex- mcasting concrete blocks for the Rath-
w, s The third anmal co, ment this season at Co et. north $00, for bn cottage will commencenext
SWdneay o the Titwsville high school was held Rev. L T. lobe, who has had charge French lawn, 40 inches wide, sheer week.
ste y afternoon last night in the opera house and the of the Presbyterian churchca at this and finefor summer dreses, worth R Jn Wl re n
ing on down the room was packed. place and Rockledge, left Monday 35 cents, special 19cents peryards Rev. John W. Walker returned
s trip. The exercises were most pleasingly afternoon for his home in Kanask, in end mb vrella,iet of northning. R the erl trWalkerin Monday
.as m d- lwiththereitalofMrs.. butepeo s d mo t oria silk, in endless variety of uan- morning. Rev. Milledge Walker and
ihohmhaben spend- enad with the recital of Mrs. C. but experts to spend mostof the i worth $2.00, special $L49. wife will remain on Indian river an-
ithhdaughter, J. Denhm's music elam ( was w so summer in North Dakota. Mesquito bars, extra large size, other month.
STuesday for nicely doue two years ago), giving a Mr. J. L Mobley struck a fine flow $15 each; and for 3-4 beds $1.19
top for awhile much ter ve of nt in- fresh at Wednes B taffeta, yard ide, fre Mrs Frank Webber and baby, who
Sor r v y o of fresh water Sben Wednes- from the mill, good heavy quality, have been here for a few weeks' vit
ht, M Toar. tand lin togtr the parts day on Mr. Geo. M. Robbins'place every yard guaranteed, special $1.1 with Mrs. M. Webber, went to
Titmille juvenile in both m ie and dramatic art in a which comes within five.feet of the per yard. h w
red a gme at this most etertaining manner surface at a depth of 86 feet. It be- Mail orders promptly filled on any visit friends for a wile y
ft-rnoon that re- Onaccount of thiseomhintionthe gins to look favorable for a water of the aove goodtus visit friends for a le.
for the visitors by stereotyped way of solo readings and supply for the town. JU vile Mr.J. D Crbband miy t
The Coeoa boys singPart xhibitim nthe partof Mr. Vuille, wife and three children Death of Andrew Rice future home. TbeirTitusvillefrien
while the paibk wa t mde as much as poe and nurse, also Mr. Ranck, the pho- Andrew Rie, the 13-year old son wish them every suceen and deeply
Sinh r .l M d M mdiett, stgrapher, of ockledge, arrived of Mr. and Mrs S. E. Rice, of this regret their departure.
id to hol the ad ~itioy were Tuesday afternoon in *heir Cadilla place, died Tuesday nightabout 11:30 Mi Daisy Bd went to New
mm. ered to to as autos on their way north to spend the from tetanus, or lock jaw, induced, Smyra Wednesday afternoon for a
rpe, chairman; F., ma y uden a'pa l and still summer, stopping over until the next it is supposed, by sticking a fish fin short visit with Mis Mabel erge
retary, ad J. P. hold down the length of an enter- morning, when they left for Enter- in his finger. The case was critical before the tter heaes for herNe
of Shares, Fa tainment, for the most of which are prise. from the start, the developments Jersey home for te summer. Mi
FCousrtay respee- too long. A negro by the name of Joe James manifesting themselves dangerously Bry is expected toreturn this (Fri-
uesdy i andeet-e will non t permit of our par- cut another of his race by the name the middle of last wee, after which day) afternoon.
im .prot meet ticluizirn, butbrief mention should
imrati Executive be mare of the grduating clu, of Fred Walstine at Lyratta Sunday there were signs of improvement, Mr. Geo. L Branning has resigned
. D uren o this Tee wde f the Mg radating cas afternoon, the wound being in the but onlftemporary, characteristic of Mr. eo L Brnng had resigned
P. Dren, of this These were the Mises IMarion Gr- left lng directly over t;e heart this trouble. s erof the Dde Conty State
ber, Jeannette Norwood, Helen Wil- left lung directly over te heart this trouble. bank, at West Palm Beach, and has
Dr. Utley was called and the injured Everything that could possibly be
ammm, staff eorre san, Gre RatM n, Side Den, man was brought to this place and done by skillfulphysiciansand loving accept a situationwith larger sal-
\ew York Po Mer as Eae Eniht and Rush left at his relative's, W. H. Walstine. hands availed naught, and the sud- ary in a bank in the northern prt
ole of nthi d no th high shoo an Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton and den death of so promising a lad has of this state. Mr. Branning has been
t i icntounthighiesol and Dr. and iers. .H Hoighe g dents cofolprom andcashier of the above bank since its
Packr, arrive, in receiving their diplomas from Coun- their son, Mr. Frank Houghton, of cast a gloom over the town. o ftho b s
ai and is oppiu' ty School Superintendent J. R Walk- Daytona, arrived in Titusville Satu- The funeral services were held inri in8.
Sfor a week or so. er, who made an approiate pres- day afternoon and remained until the Methodist church Wednesdayaf- We are informed that Mr. J. G.
sspentsieveral sea station address, preceding the same Monday when they returned to the ternoon at 3:30 and were very im- B who has been in charge of the
is i aeoe observervr Fountain City. This was Mr. Frank pressively conducted by Rev. F. P. Indian River hotel, at this place, for
I well posted in the with a few remarks to the patrons. Houghton's first visit to Titusville, McCall, pastor, assisted by Rev. W. a number of years past, has given
m line. He gave The salutatory wa rendered by while the doctor and his estimable W. McCord, with burial in Titusville up the management of same to accept
pl.sMt eall Sat- Miss Norwood and th.ledictory by wife always have had a "warm spot" t t
ie arrived in town. Miss Gruber, both compositions in their hearts for the old place tey cemetery. The following lads, class-charge of the popular City hotel,
showed refl boh prn have visited so many times in the mates of the deceased, served as pall Daytona, for the summer, while the
r a of Me's towed reful hoghtand prepa- past. Mr. Frank Houghton has a bearers: Ieland Losley, J. D. Crabb, proprietor, "Dad" Matthews, takes
Lr ration and were most creditably giv- splendid tenor voice, well cultivated, Jr., Roy Osban, Eddie Enright, Her- a rest for his health this summer by
rts stripes and en. pure and powerful, and he entertain- a trip abroad through the states.
shirts, stripes and This was the first exhibition of ed a number of friends by a musical bert Bethea, Jos. Battle, being as-
dots, this is one of ght hnd work on two pianos in at the home of the editor of THE sisted by the W. O. W. Mrs. S. A. Singleton returned home
the market, special e and wtwo in STAR Saturday night. He also sang The floral decorations were profuse the first of the week from West Pa!m
Titusville and itsesucessful rendition one of Dudley Buck's famous compo- Mr. and Mrs. Rice have the deep- Beach, where she visited her son,
lae on ale about speaks for itself in the highest terms sitions as an offertory at St. Gabriels est smpath of all in their hour of Mr. Sherman Singleton. Next Mn-
nts, in blue serge for Mrs. Denham as a music teach- church Sunday night. o a i t o M Singleton expect he
Hum dark patterns sore affliction. day Mrs. Singleton expects her
s, price from $2.0 er. Public Speaking daughter, Mrs. C. C. Curtiss, and
Every part on the programme Public Speking Church Notes I daughter, Miss Louise Curtiss. t,o ar-
trunks and dress showed that careful work and much Governor N. B. Broward. candi- C N .
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on rive from Palatka to spend tht. sum-
training had been done by the teach- date for U. S. s.,nator, will address Sunda. neSt at Lirange at ra.hm. mer at LaGrange while Mrs. Singe-
JuutusvKiflle ,Fa. ers, Prof. S. J. Overstreet, principal; the people here next Monday morn-
Tltusville Fla. anl at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. ton is away on a trip to New York.
Miss Helen Miller, first assistant; ing at 10 o clock pt the courthouse. aTituill made the co n is a on a tri to
rapefruit Trees Miss Mabel Whitacre, second assist- White Mountain ice cream fretezers
perui trees Miss Mabel Whiae second assist- The Novelty Store is selling goods off mencerent address last evening at Ladies' white waists, button front
h, Fla., on high ant, Miss Gertrude Mendel, third, at cost. Come and get bargains. the closing exercises of the Cocoa Euchre and whist tally cards
. Free from white and Miss Susie Teeter, fourth. Not I. M. DonSON. high shool. Pearl buckles for wash belts
two year old budsFU a break or a falter occurred the URNITURE. DRY G(X)IJS, SltO(ES
o ye ar old buds. a evening ora faltr tuille cnthe Enlargi pictures of yourself or your Dean Rohottonm wil! officiate in thne Mnring knives. W,~,ttir n forka
35vetre. Careful-t wholeeveningandTitusvile can well mn :to c ones niv ,n av:c) free tocashcus- Epi.opal church at Eau G.l:ie ,n Safdr Sn handles. Stove ii- -nram-l
livered at Oak Hill feel proud of the commencement of homers limited quantities to besupplied. r AR t b 'sh,.
J. W. GRIFFls, Call at Heath & Co's. store an they Sunday morning. May 3rd, at 10:30, CAS. A. (;ARKD.sR.
Shiloh, Fla. 1908. __ will be pleased to explain full particu- and at Melbourne in the evening at For Rent
Back to His First Love lars. 7:).
Baca to His First Love lars. yTalor cottage or suits of rooms furn-
SMr. I. M. Mabbette, of Holly Hill, For Safe Cheap For Cash Rev. John B. Ley. of Jacksonville, isied for summer.
ra0ll kinds prompt- formerly in charge of the Indian Riv- About 88 acres of good high land on will lecture in the Methodist church, MRS. F. M. TAYLOR.
H. E HoroN er hotel of this lace after an inter- the east or ocean side of the Indian river Tituaville, Monday evening at 7:30, -
E. L eisplacea rWan iat the Narrows. described as follows: WANTED-Pool table, must be in
Titusville, Fla. val of several yearaout of the hotel Lot No. 3, section 35, alsolot No. 3, sec- on Head Hm Right You st come first class condition and cheap. Give
in Trees business, has gone back to his "first tion 36. in township 31 south, range 39. -entrance free. terms, conditions and particulars. L.,
love" and has leased The Breakers t. This land is unimproved but fine- i The Rev. W. H. Creamsn is resting care of STAR office.
t,, love an as leasBreakers, di lct.rav located. For further particulars ad-


Standard, 30 at Sea Breeze, and will conduct that dress E M. Low, at a neary resort an recuperating For Sale
r 100 popular hostelry this summer. We, Brockton, Mass. ;from a sickness. There will be, in
J. B. RaCH, know Mr. Mabbette will be pleased Mconsequence, no service in St. Ga- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
m Beach a tohavethe patronage of all of his Standard Sewing Machine briels church on Sunday night. and harrowing. Se o address J.
S Iondian river friends who chance ito The best and lightest ruing on the Sunday school at Titusville M. E. 7 Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
ph Gallery visit Daytona beach this summerand market, does both chain and l stitch church at 3 p. m. in charge of Mr.
Son that they will be also pleased to stop thesame. bernis Jack Begg. Prayermeeting every The Alpie Hotel
t,&- All at Thie Breakers under his anage- s Ot eh r or eias shuttle. Wednesday evening at 7:30. Rev. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
t e.y audede ment. Mr. Mabbette will take termsor rented i F. P. McCall will attend quarterly eager. On the European plan-furn-
l, water colors a about the 1 and INDANcharge RIVER Music HoUSE., conference at Osteen Saturday and ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen-
y. The Breakers will be open June 1st. Titusville, Fla. Sunday. trally located.


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Is apl of the atresaoua elrts of
c.m 8 maSparkis the Heoas raul
ed sathei ndamenatothe navalap-
epofa htl bill which wold have al-
lowed Key West $3C. for improve-
m-t at that naval station.
Dr. Smnon B. Comover. who during
the admistratioa of Presidet Hayes
was United States seator from Florl-
da, died at a hospital In Port Towns-
and. Washiagtoa, Suaday of InArmi-
ties resulting from old age.
l compliance with the order of
Judge Mltoa 8. Jones, the oees of
Jadge of the criminal court of record
ad soicitor have been placed on the
primary ballot by the Democratic ex-
ecative committee of Dade county.
A city c'ounelluln- In Tampa has
prepared forpassage by the city coun-
cil of Tampa an ordinance requiring
all -,lopn-0 to remove the screens
from before their bars, ad all chairs
mad conveniences for loafing from
their phces.
Senator Milton Is getting into har-
ness In Washington He has been as-
sigaed to the following committees:
District of Columbia, fisheries, Pacific
islands and Porto Rico, patents, print-
ing, public health and national quar-
antine and revision of the laws.
Pensacola's new postmaster, Rix M
lobinaon, has received his commission
and commenced his duties, succeeding
Captain W. H. Northrup who served
for four years, received a second ap-
Spointment at the hands of President
Roosevelt but was rejected by the
United States Senate.
T. Williams and C. C. Scott prob-
ably have the largest melon farm in
Florida. This farm is located at Tren
ton, in Alachua county, not far from
Galnesville. The hundred and twen-
ty acres are now planted with water
melons of the choicest varieties and
eighty acres with contaloupes.
In the city election held in Gaines-
ville Tuesday, Horatio Davis was unan
Imously elected mayor. G. K. Broome,
S. J. Burnett and C. Y. Crawford al-
dermen, B. T. Arnow, marshal, J. M.
Dell, clerk and treasurer, B. R. Colson.
tax assessor, T. B. Ellis. Sr., tax col-
lector. W. W. Hampton, member board
of ptblic works.
A meeting of more than three hun-
dred prominent citizens of Deland,
held last Thursday. placed in nomina-
ton the following for the city pri-
mary: For mayor, S. A. Wood. For
city clerk, E. D. McLeod. For treasur-
er and collector, Ward Gould. For
coaneilmen, Z. T. Blelby. A. H. Wood-
all and S. B. Wilsoa.


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podmep I k aw that terle am C who
peav rsw aly ds ided to oae theirem

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be aed anSa an eZme Imeast e cer-
yeai, wMlai ope for e to even Tampa
Juas 1, emoyilawg to begi with, 150
meh. The rm thas ae aed. hei actorL
buertildi wnerg at Palmanett Beach oree to berl












treated "will be am eud twnty cents
rocad u refed bto e &Cm witho t
have recentder de t Flordae theirad
local -actory tand te o rate their
press In New York Cety.-Tamps

A preparation known an tarvla"
Sthe iused as experiment ea cer
tain of Miam's streets to prevent dusn
mad to do away with the ommI a miht
glart of the Dade county rock with
which the street ts ar pavenr The prom
rty ownesa along the streets to be
treated will be ast.pd twenty cents
per square yard.
The boier in te aad N ashville Ralm











Company's lumber mill at Carrabelle,
road hms refused to comply waith th
rlew t order of tare rloriday road
ico mi-ntn that the railroad compass

the eaagineer, b The order was ia
Powed so that the nmmd injuring seveightral
certain, t the company could not af
ford toredace passenger tae bfromi
4 to 3 cents a mile and also to lower
Its freight rates.
The bilerinoo the R. J. & B. Camp
Company's lumber mill at Carrabelle








the time of the explosion, and the
blmaw p at ayearly hour a riday moral
Irm Instantly king William Roberts
the engineer, badly scalding Oscar
Powell freman,t and injuring several
others, but not seriously. The efng a
room was totally wrecked, the boile
being blown about ffty yards from th









awaiting them in the Bank of England
and that Mr. E. M. Putnam, of this
engine room. The engine was de
molished. The mill was running at
the time of the explosion, and the
many employees had a narrow escape
from instant death.
Referring to an article recently pub-
lished In this paper to the effect that
the heirs of Gen. Israel Putnam, of
revolutionary fame have $20,000,000)
awaiting them in the Bank of England
and that Mr. E. and Mr. Putnam, of this
place, is one of the heirs, we have jus
learned that two more of Gen. Put-
nam's lineal descendants are living in
Punta Gorda. They are Mrs. Chas.
G. Davis and Mrs. Geo. P. Davis. We
hope that they and Mr. Putnam wUil
come into a large share of that for-
tune.-Punta Gorda Herald.
The Florida Medical Association
which met in Ocala last week elected
Dr. J. F. McKinstry, Jr., Gainesville.
President; Dr. W. H. Powers, Ocala.
second vice president; Dr. Peek. of
Manatee county,, third vice-president:
Dr. J. D. Fernandez. Jacksonville, sec-
retary and treasurer; Dr. C. E. Terry.
Jacksonville. librarian; Dr. J. Harris
Pierpont of Pensacola delegate to the


next meeting of the American Medical
Association. Pensacola was selected
as the place for holding the next con-
vention on the fir-t Wednesday in
April next.


The Atlantic Coast Line train No.
89, running from Jacksonville to Port
Tampa, enjoys the distinction of haul-
ing the largest load of mail for Cuban
points in the history of the service,
not even excepting the Spanish-Amer
ican war. Train No. 89 carried on
its trip Friday 17,000 pounds of mail
for Cuban points. Taking into consid-
eration the round price of postage of
thirty-two cents a pound, this assign-
ment alone amounted to $545. It re-
quired a large number of clerks to han-
die this mail and two cars solid were


Wc th Go=- @ malg sene.
SSNa at -- l ts. Lmke maaty
46. -a-- Jasn Miller ha
made a se mocow at It the pst year.*
He blat a t lars yard about a
acre bn exent down a the riher fro
It take In all tm orane tNme and
other tropical shrubbery and is a very
beautfl place. They have a ine ran
on the beach and plk up a great
many crabs, lah and hell. They have
do-e spleadidl, have laid buhels of
ega md have farnished brokers for
the hom market and a great many
hve been sat away.
A burglar or a gang or sarglar are
opiwr at DeILad and the Iathori-
ties should ae every effort to capture
them. Dring the past we they
have brok lunto the homes of Mrs
Howard, the Shiner place, Mr. Ed-
ward, Mrs. Mayo IDde, Pr. lte-
field Cofta, Mr. Johna L ThoUmpuo,
Hutchiona Hall and oer places.
From Mrs. Howard they stole $28, at
Mr. Edwards three watches ad a lot
of silverware from Huta Hall.
At some of these place the got in
their work while the families were sit-
ting out on the porch or out calling o
naighbas.-Delaad Record.
Boatmea who have oeMccad to vis-
it Key West or raise among the kers
will be glad to learn that a gaorlne
station is to be installed on Metacum-
be key. This will emale power boats
to cruise around the lower keys with
aa assurance that a supply of gasoline
can be obtained without returning
here In the past the boats making
loeg trips were forced to carry a ip
ply of gasoline a cans, which was not
only troublesome but was very dan-
gerous. The new station is to be 1
cated on the western shore of Met-
cumbe where there is a good harbor.-
Miami News-Record.
The occupation of children In the
State Reform School at Marianna, c-
sist of carpenterag. brick mamsory
and brIltnpking for boys and for girls
cooig and sewing. There are two
schools, colored and white. The col-
ored s one-hal mile from the white.
The buildings are built alike, both of
brick. The colored children work in
the morning ad go to school In the
afternoon, and the white children at-
tend school In the morning and work
in the afternoon, and on Sundays are
carried to church. The colored chil-
dren have Sunday school in the after-
noon.
R. A. Webb of Nocatee ended his
life last Friday morning in a little
room at the rear of T. J. Beatty's sa-
loon in Tampa by taking a dose of
chloral in a glass of beer. After drink
Ing down the drug to the last dregs,
Webb folded his arms on the little ta-
ble in front of him, laid his head on
his arms and died quietly--so quietly
did he pass out of life that none of the
well filled barroom a few feet away
heard his last gasping breath, and not
until the body was cold did the pass-
ersby through the little room notice
anything unusual about the thin form
of the gray haired old man so pathet-
ically at rest at the table.
The white fly has spread to most of
the orange groves in the vicinity of
Seville, in the north end of this coun-
ty. The growers can do nothing with
them. They will keep on spr:..imt.
though, to protect the trees and fruit
from this Iest as much as Iroscible.
This enemy to the orange tree has
also put in its aplearance about Dt-
land again, and the groves in the vi-
cinity of New Smyrna are infected
with it. Down further south, in the
orange belt, where this fly has been
for years, the growers ship fine crops.
and the Volusia county growers can
do the same by keeping the fly in
check by spraying-Volusia county
Record.


10se Reward 6100.
The readers of this paper will he plea.s-d
to learn that there is at least one dreadful
disease that science has been #lle to cure in
all its stagesl sad that is 'atarrh. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure is the only p.mitive cure known
to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a
constitutional diseas-. requires a constitu-
tionai treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucarous surfaces of the system.
thereby destroying the foundation of the di*-
ease and giving the patient strength in
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative power.
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
cae that it fails to cre. Send for list of tes-
timonials.
Address. F. J. CHENEY (1 0.. Tole~hl. 0.
Sold by Druggist 7 .
Hall's Family Pills are the beet.
Baby won't suffer ive minutes with crop if
youa ply Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at once.
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)1-;i; PRESENT WEEK BEST PRODUCTIONSWe AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains MONDAY,Every MAY Department 4, 1908. AND PERSONALS : !

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Tangent Rotes Pertaining to Events mean exactly what we say Paragraphs'About People that .worth Pepperell 35 cents bleached, Monday sheeting only,28 cents 9-4s, xjmetlijng\ About the People I of Titus- .
about clothes.
1i.' Transpiring About Town They our are spring the best examples of high Travel Here and There per yard.Unbleached. Sea Island cotton, 36 Tille as They Come and Go !:.: f:.

Have you tried a grape punch, 5 cents class tailoring ever offered ready for New Drinks-Grape Punch, 5 cents, inches wide, Monday's special, 13- Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville. ( >
i the Banner Store.' service. Men who have had experience 4
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Drug your Cherry Cardinal, 5 cents, at the Banner for .
; yards $1.00. To see them is to buy them-those infant '
-", :...., You should see the pretty line of neck in wearing our clothing Drug Store. Linen crash toweling,extra quality : shoes in blue, pink, tan, black and
ties just arrived, 25 cents and 50 cents, know it. The exclusive tailors knowit. Those single coats, in blue serge, special 10 cents per yard. white at Branning's. p : .
We know it. Do know it? and double
black mohair both
at Branning's. you single ..
1 Linen huck towels 36 inches long
We want you to. breasted, at$5.00 and$7.50,are the best, Mrs. C. J. Denham expects to
', Postmaster Taylor returned Tuesday Come here for alook! We're at Branning's.Mr. \1\ cents each.Figured .
per- batiste in endless leave in a day or so for a two months'vacation.
varietyof
weeks' vacation
his
from two I fectly willing to rest our case on and Mrs. Wm.'Hindle,of Cocoa patterns, were bought to sell for I

spent on Banana river. your judgment. were in town Wednesday.Mrs. 35 and 40 cents yard,Monday: on-
per Marvin Goodman has installed
Men's Suits $10, $12, $15, $18 to a ,
W. F. Jibb of Day- 23
and Mrs.
Mr. ly cents.
C. C.Walker, of Atlanta, who fine glass peanut roaster in the new i
$20.The lawn worth 20 and 25
tona, arrived Wednesday to attend best goods at the lowest prices. has been here visit with her Figured f
on a 12 building just north of his stand.
cents Monday only
yard
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Andrew per
the funeral of their nephew, Strictly one price to all.
mother, Mrs. F. S. Battle, since De- cents. Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Sharpe, of .. .

: Rice. WINSTON S. BRANNING cember, left for her home Monday. White lawn, 40 inches wide, good Sharpes, are in town this week and .

I Mr. R, B. Stewart, of Brantley, Up-to-Date Clothing Hou.se Commodore and Mrs. C. A. Welch quality yard. :Monday only, 12% cents per paid THE STAR office a pleasant call. \ i

candidate for representative in the 1
in town Tuesday and Titusville, Florida. arrived Wednesday from Artesia on Fine quality white cambric, spec- The frame work is up for Mr. F. S. : 'I

F; legislature, was their way to their summer home in ially good for underwear, 10 cents Battle's new home. The work of f1

fe. Wednesday. School CommencementThe Massachusetts which will be per yard.
High spent
blocks ; .
casting concrete for theRath- ..
Mr. 0. H. Chandler, of Clinton, White marsellaise bedspreads, ex-
this Cohasset.Rev. .
at
season ,
third annual commencementof
bun will next i I
tra size, worth $2.00, for $1.49. cottage commence
f': S. C., arrived in town Wednesday the Titusville high school was held .L.T.lobe, who has had chargeof French lawn, 40 inches wide,sheer week.

and spent till yesterday afternoon last night in the opera house and the the Presbyterian churches at this and fine for summer dresses, worth Rev. John W. Walker returned ... '\ ',
; with relatives, going on down the 35 cents; special 19 cents per yard.Ladies' .
room was packed. place and Rockledge, left Monday
north on the early train Monday t .
26 inch umbrellas, good
i coast on a business trip. The exercises most pleasingly afternoon for his home in Kansas, '
.> were gloria silk, in endless variety of han- morning. Rev.Milledge Walker and !)
C' Mrs.Gradick, who has been spending combined with the recital of Mrs. C. but expects to spend most of the dles, worth $2.00, special $1.49. wife will remain on Indian river an- .

J:: sometime here with her daughter, J. Denham's music class (as was so summer in North Dakota.Mr. Mesquito bars, extra large size, other month. '

:;-', Mrs. J. Begg, left Tuesday for Sanford nicely done two years ago), giving a J. L. Mobley struck a fine flow $1.85 each; and for 3-4 beds $1.19. '
where she will stop for awhile Black taffeta, yard wide, fresh Mrs. Frank Webber and baby, who
much greater variety of entertain-
'f .. Mrs. Tolar. of fresh water at Sunbeam Wednesday from the mill, good heavy quality, have been here for a few weeks' visit i'" : t-
; with another daughter, ment and linking together the partsin
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins' place
on every yard guaranteed, special $1.19 with Mrs. M. E. Webber, went to ,
The Cocoa and Titusville juvenile both music and dramatic art in a which comes within five,feet of the per yard. where will .

1-:1 baseball nines played a game at this most entertaining manner. surface at depth of 86 feet. It be- Mail orders promptly filled on any visit Daytona friends yesterday for a while. they .
of the above
goods.
place Saturday afternoon that re- On account of this combination the gins to look favorable for a water
f JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Mr. J. D. Crabb and family left .
a
}= suIted in a victory for the visitors by stereotyped way of solo readings and supply for the town. 1

of 14 to 8. The Cocoa boys single part exhibitions on the part of yesterday to make Lake City their
i, a score Mr. Vuille,wife and three children Death of Andrew Rice !
showed excellent,practice while the pupils was'put aside as much as pos- future home. TheirTitusvillefriends .
f and also Mr. Ranck the photographer
nurse, Andrew Rice, the 13-year old son wish them and :
deeply
< in that sible and farces comediettas six every success
:: home nine were lacking ret arrived
of Rockledge, of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rice, of this their departure. I t"
regret
., spect and did well indeed to hold the and eight:hand piano selections were Tuesday afternoon in heir Cadillac
place, died Tuesday night about 11:30
from a walkover. rendered to give opportunity to as Miss Daisy Brady went up to New t
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game their north the
autos to spend
on way
from tetanus, or lock jaw, induced, u
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;' Capt. W. H. Sharpe, chairman; E. many students as'possible and still summer, stopping over until the'next it is supposed, by sticking a fish fin Smyrna Wednesday afternoon for a
and J. P. hold down the length of an enter- short visit with Miss Mabel Berge
A. M. Stewart, secretary, morning, when they left for Enter- in his finger. The case was critical

Cooper, M. S. Sam!, of Sharpes, Eau tainment, for the most of which are prise. from the start the developments

/ Gallic, Cocoa and Courtenay respec- too long. A negro by the name of Joe James manifesting themselves dangerously; afternoon.'I
Space will not permit of our J
tively, were here Tuesday and Wednesday particularizing cut another of his race by the name the middle of last week, after which
,but brief mention shouldbe day) .
to attend an important meet- of Fred Walstine at Lyratta Sunday there were signs of improvement, "
Democratic Executive made of the graduating class. Mr. Geo. L. Branning resigned 'jj
the '
of
; ing afternoon, the wound being! in the but only temporary, characteristic of
committe with G. F. Duren, of this These were the Misses Marion Gru- as cashier of the Dade County State
left lung directly over the heart. this trouble.
place. ber, Jeannette Norwood, Helen Wil- bank, at West Palm Beach, and has tf
Dr. Utley was called and the injuredman Everything that could possibly be t
I I.t son, Grace Rathbun, Saidee Duren, accepted a situation with larger sal-
': Mr. L. F. Walsemann,,staff correspondent was brought to this place and done by skillful physicians and loving .-
Masters Eddie Enright and Rush in bank in the northern part
t of the New York Packer, left at his relative's, W. H. Walstine. hands availed naught, .and the sud- ary a 1
Wilson, passing from the this Mr. has been
grammar of state. Branning
of months in
who has spent a couple i Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton and den death of so promising a lad has
into the school and
department high cashier of the above bank since its
in the
counties
Lucie
Dade and St. their son, Mr. Frank Houghton, of cast a gloom over the town.
their from
receiving diplomas Coun- organization in 1893.
; interests oi The Packer, arrived in Daytona, arrived in Titusville Satur- The funeral services were held i in ,
Titusville Saturday and is stoppingat ty School Superintendent J.R.Walker the Methodist church Wednesdayafternoon We are informed that Mr. J. G.
and remained
afternoon until
day
Mrs. Deisner's for a week or so. who made an appropriate pres- Bast, who has been in charge of the J
several Monday when they returned to the at 3:30 and were very im-
Mr.Wa1semannhas spent seasons entation address the
,preceding same
Indian River hotel, at this place, fora
in Florida and is close observer' Fountain City This was Mr. Frank pressively conducted by Rev. F. P.
'' with a few remarks to the patrons: first visit Titusville number of past, has given '.
of agriculture and well posted in the' Houghton's to McCall, pastor, assisted by Rev./W years t
fruit and produce line. He gave The salutatory was rendered by while the doctor and his estimable W. :McCord, with burial Titusville I up the management of same to accept
office call Sat- Miss Norwood and thaxaledictory by wife always have had a "warm spot"in
THE STAR a pleasant charge of the popular City hotel, < J
The lads class-
cemetery. following ,
their hearts for the old place they
he arrived in town.
urday as soon as Miss Gruber, both compositions for the while the
Daytona, summer, .
have visited so many times in the mates of the deceased, served as pallbearers

Fine Monday Offerings of Men's showed careful thought and prepa- past. Mr. Frank Houghton has a : Leland Losley, J. D. Crabb, proprietor, "Dad" Matthew, takes 4

: Clothing ration and were most creditably giv- splendid tenor voice, well cultivated, Jr., Roy Osban, Eddie Enright, Her- a rest for his health this summer by j I Ia
and powerful, and he entertained abroad the states. f
pure trip through
shirts and en.This bert Bethea, Jos. Battle, being as- f
Men's Princely stripes
was the first exhibition of a number of friends by amusicaleat "
figures and polka dots, this is one off the home of the editor of TilE sisted by the W. O. W. Mrs. S. A.Singleton returned home |
hand work
the best shirts on the market, special eight on two pianos in STAR Saturday night. He also sang The floral decorations were profuseMr. the first of the week from West Palm ,

50 cents each. Titusville and its successful rendition one of Dudley Buck's famous compo- and Mrs. Rice have the deepest Beach, where she visited her son, '
We will also place on sale about speaks for itself in the highest terms St. Gabriels
sitions as an offertory at sympathy of all in their hour of Mr. Sherman Singleton. Next Mon-
500 pairs of odd pants, in blue serge for Mrs. Denham as a music teacher. church Sunday night. 'I her
and light and medium dark patternsin sore affliction. day Mrs. Singleton expects
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summer weights, price from $2.00 Public Speaking ,- .-. -- daughter, Mrs. C. C. Curtiss, and

t to $6.00. Every part on the programme Church Notes I daughter, Miss Louise Curtiss, to arrive -
Special prices in trunks and dress showed that careful work and much Governor N. B. Bnnvard, candi-,;
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on I from Palatka to spend the summer -
suit cases. training had been done by the teachers date for U. S. senator, will addressthe ,
JULIUS KLINE, Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a. m. I at LaGrange while Mrs. Singleton -
r Titusville Fla. Prof.S. J. Overstreet,principal; people here next Monday morn- and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. I is away on a trip to New York. *
Miss Helen Miller, first assistant; ing at 10 o'clock at the courthouse.The .
---- Dean Robottom made the commencement -i
Miss Mabel Whitacre second assist- --- ---- White Mountain ice freezers
cream
and Grapefruit Trees
Orange Novelty Store is selling goods off : address l last evening at II' Ladies' white waists, button front
Miss Gertrude Mendel third
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high ant; at cost. Come and get bargains. the closing exercises of the Cocoa Euchre and whist tally cards

) hickory hammock. Free from white and Miss Susie Teeter, fourth. Nota I. M. DO so'i.Enla.g.d .I high t
fly. One year to two year old buds. break or a falter occurred the 'TURNITURE, DRY GOODS,, SHOES
of Dean Robottom will officiate in thei
pictures yourself
or
: your knives. V ceding forks
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully whole evening and Titusville well Mincing >
cun free to cash
lotud ones given away customers enamel
Episcopal church at Eau Gdhe on : Sad ion handles. Stove pipe
delivered at Oak Hill
packed and feel proud of the commencement of limited quantities to be supplied. CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34
station. J. W. GRIFFIS, Call at Heath & Co's. store and they!Sunday morning May 3rd, at 10:30, --
Shiloh, Fla. 1908. will be pleased to explain full particui and at Melbourne in the evening at ;
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I I .... Draying Back to His First Love lars. I 7:30.Rev. I Tavlor cottage or suits of rooms furnished r
} I Mr. I. :\Mabbette, of Holly Hill, i For Safe Cheap For Cash John B. Lev, of Jacksonville, for summer.

Draying hauling of all kinds promptly formerly in charge of the Indian River I About 88 acres of good high land on i, will lecture in the Methodist church, : MKS. F. M. TAYLOR.
attended to. Meet all trains. _____ __
the east or ocean side Of the Indian river ;TitUiville, Monday evening at 7.30, ,: n
H. E. HOLTON, hotel, of this place, after an inter
I at the Narrows, described as follows: J! WANTED-Pool table, must be in
i Titusville, Fla. val of several year
business, has gone back to his "first 36, in township 31 south, range C9 --entrance free. terms, conditions and particulars. 'L.,

Bargains in Trees love" and has leased The Breakers, I I east.located.This land For is further unimproved particulars but finely address -- The Rev. W. H. Cresson is resting care of, STAR office. i

Fine lot2.yearold grapefruit buds, i i I!at a nearby resort and recuperating
and will .
at Sea Breeze, conduct that i E. M. Low, For Sale
Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 Wood
.: Brockton, Mass. from a sickness. There will be, inconsequence ;
r cents each, $25.00 per 100. popular hostelry this summer. We I oak Also plowing !
length.
service in St. Ga- Pine or any
will be no
know Mr. Mabbette pleased I I
J.B. BEACH, Standard Sewing MachineThe I and harrowing. See or address J.
briels church
on Sunday night.
; -f West Palm Beach, Fla. to have the patronage of all of his I I W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.
Indian river friends who chance to j best and lightest running on the I I Sunday school at Titusville M. E. ..
Photograph Gallery visit Daytona beach this summer and market, does both chain and lock stitch church at 3 p. m. in charge of Mr. Hotel
machine. Can be furnishedwith I I The Alpine
the same
that they will be also pleased to on Jack Begg. Prayermeeting
stop every
S ,Go to Faust, the photographer, ont I either rotary or vibrating shuttle. Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley, man-
for artistic All at The Breakers under his manage- cash or installmenti Wednesday evening at 7:30. Rev.F. .
Julia street, photos. : Spot prices easy
; ; work first class and promptly attended ment. Mr. Mabbette will take terms or rented. I I P. McCall will attend quarterly ager. On the European plan-furn- <<

; $J to. Crayon, pastel, water colors andY charge about the 14th of May and INDIAN RIVER Music HOUSE, conference at Octeen Saturday and ijhed rooms and quick lunch. Cen- I

ii oil paintings a specialty. ;The_Breakers will be open June 1st. I 1 Titusville, Fla. j I 1 i Sunda '. trally located. t

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_: ..r Yom,:< :ITEMS- OF NEWS COMFORTING WORDS TiDe used Sun.in its transportation. Gaines. .

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: c.r= fc : JIB 1 FAIR'FLORID Many a Florida Household' Will Find tries at Eden In St. Lucie county is

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i : '. .. Them So chicken raising. John Miller has

made a fine success at it the past year I t
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that is Being Done Towards .
': : To have the pains and aches of a bad back He built a fine large yard about an 'EVERYPAIRVETO -

removed to be entirety free from annoying, -
TfilopmtDt of the Peninsula ; acre in extent down on the river frontIt WEAR
!l dangerous urinary, disorders ia enough to
in all the trees and
takes orange
.. c t;. The Florida Ufe Insurance Company make any kidney sufferer grateful To tell
Is''n South be about other tropical shrubbery and is a very t
w doing business in bow this great change can brought
I will prove comforting words to hundreds of beautiful place. They have a fine run The old fashioned sometimes
: Carolina.
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; to .. Florida readers.A. on, the beach and pick up a great comfortable,but always "clumsy"

_. ; ::A large addition consisting of seven .Oerting,seaman of 419 L.St.Pensacola, many crabs, fish and shell They have shoe has given place to e"Packard" t
',rooms, will soon be made to the San = of both
kr ,' ",t Fbv, tells how to do it. He says: "From my done splendidly have laid bushels of a union
; a; .< ford high school. Packard Shoes R
experience with Dean's Kidney Pills I can eggs and have furnished broilers for, style and comfort

-:: Burglars. are still operating In Jacksonville strongly recommend! them to anyone in need the home market and a great many have a pronounced individuality

1\ oJ: and are meeting with considerable of a good medicine for the kidneys. Kidney have been sent away. of style that enables their weD

t : success. complaint and backache caused me suffering dressed wearer to regard his feet

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intervals for years. The first second attack A burglar Of a gang or burglars are with satisfaction.

,(,../ More than one hundred cigar makers I did not mind,but as time went by they operating at DeLand and the authorities -

::'51:1: have left,Tampa for Cuba seeking grew worse and at times laid me up. I could
: 'i( should use every effort to capture
a employment In the Havana factories. hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to
.0. them. During the past week they Sold $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 in all stylesM.
commissioners of MaC straighten after stooping while the kidney secretions at ,
SM J *. The county
irregular and unnatural. Doan's have broken into the homes of Mrs
"'! rlon county have voted to build a hard were PACKARD CO. Makers Brockton Matt. Sold by
A. ,
:. I Kidney Pills cured me. From personal experience Howard the Shimer place, Mr. Edwards ,
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r--W.; ;. c:".. .surfaced road from Ocala to Dunnel-! I know that this remedy can be depended Mrs. Mayo Dade, Prof. Ldtch-

:4 .-. > ,Ion. upon to fulfill the representationsmade field Colton, Mr. John L. Thompson,

,*=* The city council of Miami has.passed for it." Hutchinson Hall and other places. JULIUS KLINE

q, '" an ordinance for the strict regulation For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. From Mrs. Howard they stole $28, at
t' ;; j Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole
i of saloons doing business within Mr. Edwards three watches and a lot
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'. agents for the United States. Remember thenameDean'sand I
\ ; 2} the city limits. of silverware from Hutchinson Hall. I
take no other. -
:} The present wharf of the Benner At some of these place they got in

$ ". Line at Miami will be lengthened two Pando Garcia & (.0., of New York, H their work while the families were sitting

.':J : .hundred feet and another warehouse firm which has'been established many out on the porch or out calling on FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL

,'/1-, built thereon. .. years, will open for business in Tampa neighbors.-DeLand Record.

L J,' vt: preparations are being, made in June 1, employing to begin with, 150 Boatmen who have occasion to visit TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14. 1908 ;

; ;Gainesville for a proper recognition of men. The firm has leased the factory Key West or cruise among the keys No. 99Dally No. :29 MAIN LINE No. 78 I No. 98

t the first session of the United States building at Palmetto Beach, formerly will be glad to learn that a gasoline Dally920am Dally716pm _Daily !
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610 pm LY-----JacbonYWeAr 85 am
: .court for the Northern district of Florida occupied by Montevierno & Co, who station is to be installed on Metacumbe 1125 pm 10 35! am Ar.._BI.Au UDe.Ly liD pm 7-0: am

w'e.. which will convene next month. have recently decided to close their key. This will enable power boatsto 7S2pm 912 pm 1143 123 pm am Lv LyOnnon"_East Falatka..Lv_., Ly 604pm
: 915 pm 136 LY........ ..ltytonaLv 307pm230pm f
local factory and concentrate their pm
the lower withan
cruise around
Q ._ On Wednesday the National Bank keys 1010pm 220pm LYNewSmrnaLY 5-'Sam
,i ,. business in New York City. Tampa 1118pm 329pm LYTltunll1eLy 111pm 2M am !
Jacksonville that of gasolinecan
... of changed its name toy assurance a supply 12 00 nt 412 pm Ly,..,.,., Cocoa........ .. Lv 1132 pm 12 to ,
-y' the Barnett National Bank, and ranks News. be obtained without returninghere. UMam1239am 415 pm LyRoekiedge--Ly 1228pe1164am 1 49 am
4 50 pm Lv.Eaa GaU1eLy 114 am
; '" as one of the largest banking institutions A preparation known as "tarvia" In the past the boats making 12" am 6 00 pm LTMelbourneLv 11 41 am IOS am

fr in Florida, with a capital of $7S(), will be used as an experiment on certain long trips were forced to carry a sup- 260am600am 700pm904pm Lv..FLPleree---Lv ArWest Palm Beach.Ly 963am7S am 11 904pm721pm IS pm ,

1136 am 10 45 pm Lv..Ft Lauderdale_Lv 66 am : :
of in which was not
cans
000. ply gasoline ,
: ., of Miami's streets to prevent dust 735 am 1141pm760am Ar MIamLLT 600am510pm 6 JOpmtioopm
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-.: only troublesome but was very dan- +10 00 am LY_ amt._Ar loo I'm
r The Benner Sail Line, composed of and to do away with the unpleasant tile, amfSOOpm .10 Mam. Ar..Uo estead_ _Ly .2 10 pm
sailing vessels, that has been in service glare of the Dade county '''rock with gerous. The new station is to be located AI...,._Knlght'.Ke, Dock_Ly _...._. __ {10 00 am

on the western shore of Meta- 'Daily except 8unda,. feundaysandTbnrsdtysonlys tTumaYI nd.fitnnUrs only.
between New York and Cuba, will which the streets are paved. The property .

': extend its service to Jacksonville, the owners along the streets to be cumbe where there is a good harbor. PALATKA BRANCH "

$k first vessel loading there about the treated .wUI be assessed twenty cents Miami NewsRecord.The Leave:. EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO Arrive .

+ + first of next month. per square yard. occupations of children in the .Pelatka640am TO PALATKA Palatka Palatka EAST PALATKA ,pail aka

Reform School at Marianna .No. 44 Pally.IvC 6 50 am a am _..,,.No 47 Dally.. ..._\ 615 am j
: In spite of the strenuous efforts of I. The Louisville and Nashville RaIl- State con- 6:A am _.._ o.48 lllIy 646 am945am 800 am.Ns. 49 Daily_ e20.a
brick 925 am 63 Dailyl.No. 1115 __No. 61 Hilly_ ... ii 35 em
sist of carpentering, masonry am
'-4 1 1 .., .r. .. Congressman Sparkman the House nil road has refused to comply with the; llVUm4i5pm 6'2 Dully.No. 1210 pm 250 pm _. _No. 63 Dally_, 1I0p.
ed out the amendment to the naval appropriation recent order of the Florida Railroad and brickmaking for boys and for girls ___ M Daily..No. 425 pm 430 pm _No. 63 Dally_ 450I>m I
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05pm Dally bib pm 706 pm _No. 67 Dally 126pm.L
bill which would have allowed commission that the railroad company cooking and sewing. There are two :'')- lm __, .No 68 Daily------------- pm -......_.No. 69 Dally.......... Sa I'm_

-- its books for examination by schools, colored and white. The colored SAN MATEO BRANCH
Key West $300,000 for Improver present ,

; _r ments at that naval station.Dr. the commission. The order was is is one-half mile from the white. Leave roast EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave SAN MATEO TO Arrive Last i.
San San
sued so that the commission might ascertain The buildings are built alike, both of Palatka TO SAN MATEO Mateo I Mateo EAST PALATKA Pa1atka.1 '
Simon B. Conover, who during -1---
if the company could not af- brick. The colored children work in am _M. 49 DaBy_ 850 am 1100 am _. .-No. 60 Daily----------j 1120 am
z the administration of President Hayes school in the 31ipm.Nn.63D.tly_._..__ 3t "m ItOpm ......__.No. M Hally.,._....._1400!
ford to reduce its passenger fare from the morning and go to
was ,United States senator from Flori-- 21 1\0.19 1\0.17 MAYPORT No. 18 No. 20 No..22 I INo.2.
4 to 3 cents a mile and also to lower afternoon, and the white children at- .
da, died at a hospital in Port Towns.end its freight rates. tend school In the morning and workin No.25J;: Dally Dally BRANCH Dally Dill Dally_p D&1lr

Washington, Sunday of infirmities the afternoon, and on Sundays are ; 200 pm 945am J,1'.J.'knyUle-Ar 700 am 815 am 1250 pm ;;100 you
8t4 i.ml 640 pm 240 I'm .102.am Ly_Pablo Beach..Lf 620 1m 7I 5 1m 1140 am .520 pin
boiler in'the R. J. & B. F.
The
resulting from old age. Camp carried to church. The colored chil- 8I1.m U'ilm' 245 I'm jI028am.LY.Atlanttcllea.ch.Ly OU am no am III! am till pn9ipn
Company's lumber mill at Carrabelle, "M'30f"mtlf)4.mAr. : _. MAYJIOrt.. ..Lv llooam 135am,1120am'600; lll
k I'n compliance with the order of dren have Sunday school in the after :
blew at an early hour Friday morn No.3 No. I No.Z No.4 No. 9 No.10I5.ily
'. Judge Milton S. Jones, the offices of up noon. Daily OraageCltyBranch Daily Dally Dally taaferdBraach Daily
:c. tog instantly killing William Roberts e(. nn CI I'nn:.. u. Uft. u.$un. u.Suo. es,.Sail.2:0rm .

1 judge of the criminal court of record the engineer, badly scalding Oscar R. A. Webb of Nocatee ended his! 900am Lv.New Smyrna Ar. 1I5pm 600pm ,roam LvTUu"U1eAr.1230m,
and solicitor have been placed on the 3 I'i I'm t9'oam Lv.Late Helen Iy. 1211 pm 431 pm 900 am Ar. Sanford L1' 1130 aID
f 4 Powell, fireman, and injuring several life last Friday morning in a little 3-s pm i')s9 em Ly.OrangeCltyL1'.1220pm 'IOpm _............-.. ........... ...
... primary ballot by the Democratic executive others, but not seriously. The engine room at the rear of T. J. Beatty's saloon :3l0 pm 1100am Ar.Oran e City Jc 1215 pm 400 pm ... ....__. ................._.. .....I..... ..... ..
t committee of Dade c ....M".foQ"m.de Kn' K Oorg tad
county. dose of At ghf "T for Kay Wed "ayana.
in Tampa by taking a
.a room was totally wrecked, the boiler
4lhra. TIM TA BLKS chow the time at which trains be expected to ar-
may
-.- A city councilman in Tampa has being blown about fifty yards from the chloral in a glass of beer. After drinking ri'41 and drpart from the several station; but their arrival or departure at the time
,1!.trd |.not guaranteed,nor does the hold itself responsible for delay
{ prepared for passage by the city council engine room. The engine was de down the drug to the last dregs, or any rnn\nfnrt r>.lng rpfrotn.Company any

t' of Tampa an ordinance requiring Webb folded his arms on the little table
molished. The mill was running at For Copy of the Loral Time Card or Other Information
i : \ all saloonmen to remove the screens the time of the explosion, and the in front of him, laid his head on I, "8KE: TIlE TICICL3T AGENT"
J. D, RAHNER, Assistant General Pass Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FI.ORIDA
i from before their bars, and all chairs many employees had a narrow escape his arms and died quietly-so quietly .

'1 and conveniences for loafing from from instant death. did he pass out of life that none of the .

w .. their places. well filled barroom a few feet away .
4 Referring to an article 'ently.pub- .
heard his last gaping breath, and not
Senator Milton is getting into har- lished in this paper to the effect that
{ t until the body was coM did the passersby "V
ness in Washington. He has been as- the heirs of Gen. Israel Putnam, of
? through the little room notice I
: signed to the following committees: revolutionary fame have 520,000,000 I
k anything unusual about the thin formof J JHe
4 District of Columbia, fisheries, Pacific awaiting them in the Bank of England HealHhUMMCNT is2
the gray haired old man so pathetically
islands and Porto Rico, patents, print- and that Mr. E. M. Putnam, of this
at rest at the table. i
ing, public health and national quarantine place, is one of the heirs, we have just MWalfhan

and elision of the laws. learned that two more of Gen. Putnam's The while fly has spread to most of ] (

1' Pensacola's new postmaster, Rix M"Tobmson lineal descendants are living in the orange groves in the vicinity of $
{ Seville, in the north end of this conn fJ
Punta Gorda. They are Mrs. Chas. ;
has received his commission .:;; uAlys UseBALLARD'S
ty. The growers can do nothing with rAr1' .!5M6.1-
..,: and commenced his duties, succeed.ni; G. Davis and Mrs Oo P. Davis. We -

= '- Captain W. H. Northrup who served hope that they and Mr. Putnam wit: them. They will keep on sprs>ins. ; .. ..D'. _._. .
., though, to protect the trees and fruit -J. KING
come into a large share of that fortune. I
r' ; for four years, received a second 2p-
I from this pest as much as possible :=
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< -Punta Gorda Herald. m
Ipointment at the hands of President SNOW OF
This enemy to the orange tree has i
:
1x : Roosevelt but was rejected by the The Florida Medical Association :: :
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'; 1 United States Senate. which met in Ocala last week electedDr. also put in its appearance about De- ,,:;=. II N I! ME NT THEM s
Land again and the groves in the vicinity \j ALL'

I r O. T. Williams and C. C. Scott probably J. F. McKinstry, Jr, Gainesville. of New Smjrna are infected

I President; Dr. \V. II. Powers, Ocala,
AND
'} 't have the largest melon farm inc with it. Down further south in the
.1 second vice president; Dr. Peek, of
Florida. This farm is located at Tren
f! orange belt where this fly has been
:Manatee third you will afcroy have goal health. What Is more to
a man
county, vice-president; .
<. ton, in Alachua county, not far from for years, the growers ship fine crops, than good health All the money in the world can't make

1 Gainesville. The hundred and twen Dr. J. D. Fernandez, Jacksonville secretary and the Volusia county growers can -_, haT>?h.."*where health is unknown. Ballard's Snow Liniment
and treasurer; Dr. C. E. Terry. 4 Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns
ty acres are now planted with water lo the same by keeping the fly in C'URES Sprains Neuralgia
Sores Stiff !
Jelnts Contracted
Jacksonville librarian; Dr. J. Harris Muscles, Lame
melons of the choicest varieties l
an check by -Volusia county Back and all the
t spraying Ills that Flesh Is heir to.
of Pensacola
I Pierpont delegate to the
:1 y eighty acres with contaloupes. Record.
.- next meeting of the American Medical One Who Knows.
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i; &t t. In the city election held in Gaines- Association. Pensacola was selected 8100 Kewnnl S1OO.

i} \ille Tuesday, Horatio Davis was unanimously J. O. Pcott, Bait Lake City Utah. writes "
the I cannot
for the ;
'J t as place holding next convention The readers of this paporwill he pleased
' '; + elected mayor, G. K. Broome, the first in to learn that there u,at least one dreadful too highly praise your Ballard's Snow Liniment for
on : Wednesday
" i\ disease that science has been yble to care in the rf'lieff acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
? S. J. Burnett and C. Y. Crawford al-
t tiv April next. all its stages,and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca- and exposure to the weather. I aLo recommend your
,. ; dermen, B. T. Arnow, marshal, J. M. tarrh Cure is the only p-jsitive cure known Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.
I TV Dell, clerk and treasurer, B. R. Colsoii. The Atlantic Coast Line train No. .to the medical fraternity Catarrh wing Thebo used together defy all pain.
i r I constitutional diM-as". requires a constitutional -
89, running from Jacksonville to Port
I' tax assessor, T. B. Ellis, Sr., tax collector treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure is GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes 25c. SOc. $1.00 .

E W. W. Hampton member board Tampa, enjoys the distinction of haul. taken internally, acting:; directly upon the
tit ;
!! l ing the largest load of mail for Cuban blood and morons surfaces of the system
; ; f of public works. thereby destroying; the foundation of the div Ballard
*,t. points in the history of the service, ease, and giving the patient strength in Snow Liniment Co. I

\ meeting of more than three hun- not even excepting the Spanish.American building up the constitution and assisting:
If"If"A i prominent citizens of DeLand, !! nature in doing its work. The proprietorshave 500-502 North Second Street,
war. Train No. S9 carried on
,. so much faith'in its curative powers,
: last Thursday, placed in nominal its trip Friday 17,000 pounds of mail that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 1
case that it fails tc cure. Stud for list of tes-
the for the city pri-
following
: l l for Cuban points. Taking into consid- timonials.

t mary: For mayor, S. A. Wood. For eration the round price of postage of Address. F. J. C1IKXEY A. co., Twledo, O.

t' clerk E. D. McLeod. For treasurer Sold by Druggists: 75c.Hall's ..
thirty-two cents this
a pound, assign-
Family Pills are the best Sold and Recommended
z :. and collector, Ward Go ld. For ment alone amounted to $545. It required by .

r '*t councilmen, Z. T. Bielby. A. H. Wood. a large number of clerks to han- Baby won't suffer five minutes with croup if T1."tusv-1.11o PhnrD1noy
} f you apply Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at once. anciStoro
1 all and S. B. Wilson.
dle this mail and two solid
cars were It acts like magic. Bnn.n.or Drug

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t" ><<.Ati, .. ''1908'" THE .FLORIDA' :: STAR- \ 3FJBEARM. .

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J 1 -f Jamaica Ginger an IntoxicantMr. COMMON SENSE Y 4

t :"' ; ;.r } ; ,* It Brown who lives several tniles tuds most intelligent people to usa only h
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j! 11 Patenu Devio. nedfilnes of known composition. There Y Z
from this city near Drennan's station,
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.- } zi.i& Mik s 3hootigq Noiseless.I fore (t Isihat Dr. Pierce's medicines the .

(' ,ar"aleasgun" for which came to Orlando several days ago and BUkenrfo/ wllch print every Ingredient. ; Ii

'f 4Ilzimson purchased some Jamaica ginger "for enterlnzKaiolhem upon the bottle wrappers .
'\ : of Sir Hiram Jt
: the stomach's sake". One bottle was and attfesl its correctness under oath t..
; ':ttrho' tnfented the machine are daily grVling in favor. The composition ...

S ::: "wltielZ'6eat 'his name, has just 'insufficient for this and for his own o( D Pierce' medicines Is open : e.

'Eake he imbibed several drinks to everrbodyyiPr. Pierce being desirous ';
more
I frwted+ ft patent
& threatens In the
; of having tn* search light of t vest 1.- ,_
and upon arrival at home was feeling t.
ffii f;,rof experts, to revolutionize the Vion turned fully upon hU formulae being ,

I' r1 ,of. arms.. By the device the very gay and debonair. Upon being confident.that.. iheVtlef rem position 4(

"-: "'. ,:Y": of a rifle or'revolver Is rendered questioned as to the source of the flow o< th NeLnv'!" iicines U known the more ... L,'

iil ..; cally1 noiseless and, with of spirits the fact was elicited that he 'j i t p'r p t IIr v m r ts .
cored Being who JJ ma e 0 e at : j :
'tl.t : zpowder;'" military experts assert had purchased the "ginger" from the medicinal; principles extracted from I1&j t

i! :;: lead'ta the entire equipment of Orlando Pharmacy. The whole story tin forest roots by exact processes. : -1

r -i',: :mies of the world. I was brought to the attention of the original with Dr.Pierce, and without the :

= Mr. Maxim, who resides at use of a drop of alcohol,triple-refined and ;
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authorities and the
clerk of the Orlando -
i' ? Cornx, asserts that the chemically pore glycerine being used Instead
"" discovery
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"silent I Pharmacy was carried before in extracting and preserving the ..1 ,
firearm really was an curative virtues residing in the roots
Judge Martin on the charge of selling
resulting from his study of the employed, these medicines are entirely f' .
lem of silencing the explosions intoxicants. After a preliminary hearng free from the objection of doing harm i

dent to the running of an the judge held the case under ad- by creating an appetite for either alcoholic -

The principle involved is visement and will render a decision I beverages or habit forming .
'" drugs. Examine the formula on their t.
that of the
automobile muffler, later-Orlando Reporter Star.
bottle wrappers-the same as sworn to by w
port being prevented through Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his .
f -f tion'of a valve which allows A Happy Fatheris GolAn Medical Discovery the great, #.J '

r to escape gradually, with only a soon turned to a sad one if he has to walk blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel t. f

hissing sound. the floor every night with a crying baby. regulator-the medicine which, while not .

By this device which does not McGee's Baby Elixir will make the child well recommended to cure consumption In its '
soothe its nerves, induce healthy, normal
advanced stages(no medicine will do that)
.r1
the appearance, of any weapon slumber. Best for disordered bowels and
does aU those catarrhal conditions r"
cure
for a small crosspiece near the I'1' sour stomach-all teething babies need it. yet T
take and safe contains of head and throat, weak stomach, .J
Pleasant to sure no
the escape of the gases f I harmful drugs. Price 25 and 50 cents per torpid liver and bronchial troubles weak'. ',, J ..
charge of the explosive Is shut bottle. lungs and hang-on-coughs,.which, If neg ;
as the bullet emerges from the lected or badly treated lead up to and i

l f This result is obtained Cannot Cash a Certified Check finally terminate in consumption.
by Take the 'Golden Medical Discovery* !
valve operated by the pressure Under a ruling of the city attorneythe in HIM and it is not likely to disappoint J 1 t

gases sliding across the bore city of Pensacola cannot cash a if only you give it a thorough and
Jon
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ately after the bullet trial. Don t expect miracles. It :
passes. certified check in the sum of $7,000 won't do supernatural things. You must 1
:i Preventing the gases from i exercise your patience and persevere in its
which was posted as a forfeit by
t;*<: suddenly and provoking a use for a reasonable length of time to get i 1
it; loud report this valve allows Cleveland bond buyers, when they bid its full benefits. The Ingredients'of which ..
$350,000 worth of improvementbonds Dr. Pierce's medicines are composed have r
upon
Issue gradually through a
the unqualified endorsement of scores of i
small. holes, thus obviating all of the city, and failed to take medical leaders-better than any amount .

I, except a slight hissing sound. up the issue. The city attorney rules of lay, or non-professional testimonials. t.
They not to be .
are given away experimented l
1
"; munition of any kind may be that inasmuch as the bonds were afterward with but are sold by all dealers in r

; : Military experts assert that sold at the same figure by the medicines at reasonable prices. r : j
r weapon holds the power to 1 U
that resulted and I
r city no damage
ize modern methods of {

1 its use skirmishers could work therefore the city would not be enti- The Most Vahable Sat cf Yacht and" Bo.txiUif } t'

'.. an enemy's front and shoot tled to collect the money. Had tba Books ever PuHitktd.RUDDER .

ets without their presence being bonds not been sold immediately afterward : I:
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Sharpshooters would be or had the city entailed any

,';:L' pick off men without reports loss by the parties not taking up the HOW-TO BOOKS Aprinted .,
ing their The Over built from the lines t
!;- positions. Ja o toils hive tern i'
)' of'an entire army, masked Issue, the city according to his opinion in then books Suc e>sfuJy sailed in <-,}
would have been entitled to the every clime and upon every MJ--Full detail ,
4
erate with tremendous drawing, : of ill Farm showm? what it is and al ; <.
fore its position could be amount as damages.Sea bow to nuke it-Text extremely simple. I'

the HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR ISO .
Trout Weighing 12\2 Pounds is font.....r rat mat Lore,r,0"*.t'.il".fniwf til..c* .
DEBUT FOR A ,w.rp. b..1.r1..f t.o.t ter a....r:y ham'Ioe"--I..
BOY. ; ) of Geo. H. Dorr, of New Rochelle N. Y.
HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
went trolling on Lake Worth Thursday (hi* Mat for ftmffm. mulmir or kanrknihnal << doit. b
: Brooklyn Society Fad Which D .. -r .tI.-. ?. *vtW.....wb-w.e. ....... .b.Jt;sip..tY .
to try and have a little more ng lull h.iE aJ{:.eta rave beala ,
Girls of This Cxelutiv
HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
sport before leaving for the north and ... .... ..
Brooklyn society folk are In I boat fr-f j| rt :- m*hiss 4ttrr4; a prIa it
he surely had It for early in the game I irht.-r ;, ..efu.A-.Ii.; e..p .. kikI.ma
over a brand new wrinkle In the Ie.U1w.' i \

! .- ing out' line. Setting at he struck. a fish that gave him no lit- HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH A

I tradition, the youths of the tle amount of sport from the time buD StmpViw.tir1 auk w, .....:<.<"Mrxnit. rrUi4aiT kowtAroutrvetalaaadtoriM |J.- ,' '

II Brooklyn are breaking ,In on a he struck and took considerable timeto HOW TO CUILD A KNOCKABOUT !'I'
lege'which untU"bow the A ene.11 ar".ni4 anise 1 last. goal abist.aesn.eruler )
i safely land in the boat. It provedto ; nuUbUlut*-.at n.
hid all to themselves, that of
J Flor- be the biggest sea trout caught here HOWTO BUILD ASHOAL-DRaUGHT.LOO. i
formally Introduced to A d>rvr h W acid mot iMxt.wiU w..ieat..rerh.as taimalJ
this season and one of the biggestever ........... ,
l first presentation of a "male -

. took place .on the heights. fol. pulled out of the lake. It was HOW.TO BUILD:*....A tbu.FLATTIE.,' rai;",;
, ;-: his been the all absorbing .I'f' en brought to the city and weighed and to bf fi.wnk;caa IM..ilt. I HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT '
Brooklyn society.Young' measured. It was 33 1-2 inches long .
A rompfeto 4r rnp( >a"f tow to band a i.od t.Jo BMI t
Herbert Dickinson yt akiff maW is awl B and weighed 1% 1-2 Ibs. Mr. Dorr feels
who has :set the new fashion
growing up lads of Brooklyn's vice very proud of his catch and would $1. EACH. ;

set" Mr. Lewis who recently ; have had it mounted only for the fact PREPAID BY CXFftceS ANYWHCMC .
Bound m cloth Cold ktt tm -Sue of
that he had nearly cut its head off pgt
twenty, made his debut at his 9 by 12 ir.dtc.-Lac.cLjrtIrawn plan ..

20 Remsen street The coming M. and otherwise mutilated it in its cap
THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. : ,
ty was given in his honor by ture.-Palm Beach News. '
Mrs. A. 9 MUNMA- STRUT NEW YORK. U. 8. A
ents, Mr. and Thomas

was a regular out" and out deb Relief from Rheumatic Pains"I S".d ,sfot,fnr Catalogue of Boob for ,
satkesalaa' Library.
flowers a'tea table a host of bath
suffered with rheumatism for over two
lows" on hand and a sure an years" says Mr. Roland Curry, a patrolmanof -- >
ceiving party of three girls Key West Fla. "Sometimes it settled in
knees and lamed me so I could hardly
young men. The receiving :;: my
walk at other times it would be in my feet :1
I of course bewitchingly gowned and hands so I was incapacitated for duty. The Sower SusNo fi. ;

boys most correctly garbed. Tam- One night when I was in severe pain and Second Chance '

girls-were Miss Katherine ; lame from it my wife went to the drugstore Good sense says make the mod
Miss Dorothy Cockshew and here and came back with a bottle of Chamber of the Ilrst i.
|I to lain's Pain Balm. I was rubbed with it and t '
Webber. The
boys
Jorie found the pain had nearly gone during the
Greenman Canda and Henry j I Ac night I kept on using: it for a little more J'FERE1f'S \
ton. The debutant was : Lica- than two weeks and found that it drove the t
rheumatism away. I have not had any trou- SEEDS :
nls flowers were and
father. Many '
ble from that disease in over three months.
Seed 1 Bo I. .
lil bare mute: and kept Ferry'*
him. but he carried no in For sale by Titusville Pharmacy and all dealers nee the largest in the wotld- >erit kllL

was attired in a black frock < "I ferry Seed Annual for 1908 ( <

trousers It being aftern Mia the wbol Se'18torrit nEE foe
.gray : Decision of Lower Court Affirmed : tb aak1Dg. J IUD"lOW eeedI Ull you get it. ,
also wore a white tie. TimesUnion D. M.FLU I to..otldrr Nuts
Almost everybody In the A Gainesville dispatch to the .

ety Is voting young Mr. Lewis' kitch says that after holding the matter

charming; idea and it is f>xpect in abeyance for some time the attorneys

it will 1* generally followed and for J. N. Strobhar, charged BO YEARS

young men who have reached .. '
the with embezzlement and sentenced by EXPERIENCE
be formally introduced. Mr.
burn the circuit court to a term of imprison
sreiled'when ke l
elder. : a <
tak have received information to
ment
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sows debut."Yon
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see." said he. "we ; the the effect that the supreme court, ta {

a iliugbtor.; and as it is Imp lay which tribunal an appeal has been $

j, thought under the ; (' ': while taken has affirmed the decision of TRADE MARKS Li .
out"
lierliert!
ought to 'bring Sud the lower court in the premises. Thattorne's DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

: . &.e.
for Mr. Strobhar will now
Boys Will Be Boys .
Anyone wndlng a sketch and description may ,
M'ratrb'S.'ut, proceed to file a petition for a rehearing auIrklT mwertam our opinion free whether anin.entmn t,
and always getting : is prnnahly pntentable. Commanirn-
. bruises bumps, burns or soaMs. D on the ground that certa;n assign t'unsatnctlya.nadenttaL Handbook Patents.
result sent free. Oldest agency for oeonnn?patento.P.Uenu
leet such thing9-they may the ments of error were not considered bv taken through Mann A <:0. receive -J.
you do. Apply Ballard's >now sjtfciol notice wit bout cbunre,In the I ,
t cording to directions right away to the supreme court, and in the event
i Scientific i Rm rican.
and hal the
! relieve the pain ,] that petition is denied, the case will I
2.) cuts and ?100. bold by TitusV A handsomelynlntrnted wPC-kIY. Largest cjr- <
4 macy and Inner Drug Store. work be taken to the supreme court of th3 rotation of any xnentiOc J<>urnal. 'j'I'rRlS f 3 a t 1
year: tnur months,1. gold by.ll Dewgdeaiew.MUNH&Co.361Broafl"New .
-- l but United States, the ground being that "

Brand New Crimes. !: .' about Strobhar had. been acquitted of the r d York .t'.,.
Branch Oflce.! _2S F SU Washington.P.C. .
A writer in Harper's ";(' face. same offense by the superior court of :

ders will not if result certain from"bran.l the itivre.new ; : the State of Georgia, in Fulton coun- KI LL THE COUCHAND :1)

of wireless telesn-p'iv.; ; .\ i after ty. CURE THE LUNGS LI

to rs, urged : !
coos
chl: message
Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough
,, tio-j ta: prorrnt interference \\ Remedy j
tireless trfegra.iT. | :: WITH flr1 King's
erniE"iit I
take jtifying
lui-1 when People everywhere pleasure t .
"'ashin ol. it seeds. to the god: qualities of Cham'Trlaii's j
I staff for wlrele I :,a experiment There and Cough; Remedy Mrs Edward Philips of i
i
the sending of a pt'psia. Hal rLy. Md, writes: "I wish to bIll you thatI [Mew Discovery
prevented
t : can recommend Chamberlain's Cough K,'m- .
ef
.. message to the president : tJ)1" little girl Catherine who i, two II
on a warship boned for : Banmr bottle. years old. has been taking this remedy whenever FOR CoLDS"TrwWeVTce ,

j ... Brat'slyn lid bad caught a she had a cold since she was two months .
and old. About a month ago I contracted a dreadful -
for the .w yard AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TaOUBLES. ,
2 .?" headed had : natur- cold myself but I t*>k Chamberlain's
cases boys and amateurs IXan's Conzh Remedy and wassmm as well as t'r' GUARANTEED SATISFACTOB

\ \ ':- mcort way. -DehoU I : 23 This remedy is for sale by Titn-tille Phai- I OR MONEY REFUNDED. I r
;' new class of rights and .. macy and all dealers. 'It

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t!; __ if = ..THE- :FLORIDA. STAR for pathizers their cause."call him off" the better WOMEN WHO BELIEVE IN PERUNA



_r Pateredsttbe tofdeestTitnavilleas But this brings us,to remark that Honest Women Who Are Not Afraid to Tell ,the Truth About Pe-ru-na. .

leeond-cUu mail matter. from the best we can gather Mr.
The Value of Health.
.
.-k. ; Stockton's opposition is driven to just .. k t r7 {rYl Vr:;S.9 r ,r.fvr. }: gyvx r.r r x vtG M+r .YYY Y Y. r, xt'. ,}.Nr r sr .r{ x, Who can set A money vain 03

$ Editor nd PubU her such measures in this campaign, as ,, i ywrv. .. health It is absolutely priceless
>XiU B.Wager, >> j. f y7 i'rj}:r':+ ':?t.fvrr: ; {.v: / : '. ..
?
l they have been unable to fix any pub- 'rr'.y'kV. n} +.: ?r}r rYvfir:} y?:,:++ .L .r.t: sr:':4"Y }}r.:.< n .r$;.'.vr+T No one in good health can fully',
F :{ } r % ;X:V. .c fr r what it means to hav
lic guilt him or to find public t : { appreciate
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any ,
PUBLI8HET KVEKY FRIDAY MORNING upon t. :} A'N: .. '
A. > ;.f + ..Y. { r. }..Y d long and
E n The are
Y r health. days
% r stain upon his individual character J}}:;:+y yy+}:: .Q.; :rqi il}}{y!f r.o; r poor
_ A J'?:+{ ;?:t!:{}{ '.Y:YI tr Y horrible and
{:.Q.Y M tedious. The nt;hts
4. .r- attaches to most who 4.A. r }{} '
;, |$ rBSCRiTIO>.*l.CO PER ANNUM than men }} 1 .Y./: :':+'' r'. : f;} ft:;; ; painful. Nothing goes right Even
are known to be upright citizens. Af f r.v :r r: + /r ItY'YV1' y the mind becomes deranged and inJured .
{ r.; t'/i vey
z; .. 'SYr v'r.f: y{y r pri{fr+. .it'} .:'. continued health.
KumUbed ,
: Adv rti lnr Kate on There are few active men who have >+v } y Y{:y}:j ;} ? f.l ti? 'j+ .57} by poor
Application. 'Y Once liberated from the thraldom
reached the meridian of life without .
.tia ter, Y of sickness words fail to express
; ,; ,
.. having had personal differences at
s It must be clearly understood that neither 4 4 the joy and relief.
.v); TIm STA nor its editor'is responsible for times with their fellowmen, but the {"r ; : ?c Feruna has been the means of re-
: opinions expressed by corre ipondents..
ordinary disagreements among men b'{ :{:' ... ..:_' }+6 lieving more women from ill health
r i do not necessarily attach criminalityto q. yt'JH' in the United States than, perhaps,
," ;e _:- Congressman Clark says Attorney .. .. tk: ,'fi8; ;},Y any other medicine.
the character. Mr. Stockton is
t of } }} : a.
is too ignorant
F General Bonaparte v A multitude of women stand readyto
Af the law to hold his job, whereupon standing the attacks of his opposition }.nfYt..' : ,}} Since St' Sit I have{ give testimony in favor of Perun

Atlanta Journal that Mr. without the smell of fire on his gar- v.. +rY ry whenever occasion fera.j .
the says
r % '; 'I e d Peruna l\\
1 E*Clark should remember that ignorance ments. There are many, many men Y ; r #bave a splendid Dyspepsia Entlrel' Relieved.
in Florida who believe he will makea C : ? Miss Llllfe C. Martin, Shel byville,
in the
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of the law is no excuse c Ia aY'appetites enjoy.
I y:4iy: f :: Tenn., writes: "Everybody says I
clean, strong and safe governor Y { :. ';: .} ::z.f. *
cabinet. .
Roosevelt ': ;; .tti'}':;} '.r' { :hcf' ; life and perfect look better than I have for two or
.L !. -, -,- ----- and will cast their votes for him and ;, f:%.,.:{.,;l'r{ ,:.}. k4? health 't tt three years, and 1 sincerely thank

the pineapple sec- he will most surely be elected.-lave ? r
:4 :.\ Reports from + ;,;:? you for your kind advice.
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tions of the lower east coast indicate Oak Democrat. ..}, {' >' "I believe your treatment has entirely
.; this will not s'c .rt+x.:{t:}{:,: ..:>. +}}c} 'r.* cured me. I can en anything
? that the crop season Mr. Osban WithdrawsMr. 'hAt ;rtestir+.' r r ? 1? .+ I want. 1 believe your reuiediia will
in previous sea- :
large as
average as cure any case of indigestion or dye
'* sons. The fruit, however, is of a J. W. Osban has requested us pepsia.. "

very fine quality and size and will to announce his withdrawal from toe :..... .....

i" bring good market prices. race for state representative in this :'t 0'Si

------- county. Mr. Osban has various good
tA
It is expected that Park Trammell reasons for so doing, one of which is ::: .c.

s ': ,' will be the next attorney general of that Messrs.J.Houston and R. B.Ste-

;' : -Florida. He is making a state canvass wart are both friends of his and sup-

that. captures the people wherever ported him in the race two years ago,

er goes. He is a strong, able consequently he leaves the honor of

young man, with a splendid record receiving the nomination to be de- +

; behind him, and it is now predictedthat cided between these two old time res- _

when he has completed his term idents of Brevard. 44a. :r:%

as! attorney general, he will be se-

lected for a yet higher office.It Culture Club EntertainedThe

ladies of the Progressive Cul-

would be to the shame of the ture club were charmingly entertained -

c Democratic party if it should send by Miss Daisy Brady at her home

even one delegate to Denver who was 'Tuesday afternoon. Notwithstanding MRS. F. E.HENDERSON

,\. directly or indirectly under the influ-
the inclemency of the weatherthe 7

fct_ ., ence of the New York World, Tom early part of the day, by noon Caught Cold Easily.

Ryan!and other trust breeding and time the clouds had mostly cleared Mrs.F. E. Henderson,221 Ninth St., Milwaukee,Wis., writes:

' trust protecting influences and whose away and it proved to be a very "I never had any faith in patent medicines until I tried Peruna, but my ;j..
experience with this reliable medicine has taught me that there is one whichcan
is to for their
:_ a, only purpose care own pleasant afternoon.
be trusted, and which will not fail in time of need.
ij swollen wealth and perpetuate the Miss Brady had prepared a game "For the past few years I have found that I caught cold easily,which

; governmental power which has enabled of;'pantomie in which all took part would settle in a Most unpleasant catarrh of the head. I had to especially MISS HELEN SAUERBIER

1 them to create it. and it afforded a lot of fun and also careful about being out of evenings,and not to get chilled when dressed thin Head and Throat
for but since I have used Peruna
parties, my general health is improved, and
a; ; The who buy print required close attention to be able to my system is in such good condition that even though I am exposed to inclement Miss Helen Saoerbier, 815 MamSt.rSt.
people
paper
guess what was being represented by weatner it no longer affects me. .Joseph, Mich., writes:

are about to administer a lesson to I the pantomime performances. Mrs.L. "I have a splendid appetite and enjoy life, being in perfect health." "Last winter I caught a sudden cold
I Speaker Cannon. Flagrant robbery which developed into an unpleasant
t'
the successful
I A. Brady again
was I tarrh of the head and throat
,depriving
of the public in the interest of a !' Pe-ru-na Tablets. dicinal ingredients of Peruna, and each
in the dainty
one capturing prize, a me of my appetite and usual goodspiriu.
trust by refusing reduce the tariff. little Japanese dish. Delicious refreshments -I For two years Dr. Hartman and his tablet equivalent one average dose. "A friend who had been cured by
and wood pulp from' assistants have labored to Mrs.Josephine Hoist, 162 E.First St.,
' on print paper served and delightful incessantly Peruna advised me to try it and I cent
were a Portland, Ore., writes that she was
which paper is made, is what the Re- afternoon create Peruna in tablet form,and their troubled seriously with the for a bottle at once,and I am glad to say

publican house is doing. Howeverthe ,was spent.INDIANOLA strenuoueeiiortshaveiustbeencrowned throat, that she used catarrhand was that in three days the phlegm had
with success. People who object to wonderfully helped in two weeks and loosened, and I felt better, my appetite
newspapers are consolidating liquid medicines can now secure Peruna in a little over two months her system returned and within nine days I was in.

i against this oppression and 774 members Dr. Miller the Titusville dentist tablets. These tablets represent the me- was rid of all traces of catarrh. my usual good health."

of the Associated Press have ____ ___ u, ___ _______ _ __ _
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will be at Indianola May 4th for a

united in a petition to the presidentand few days. Good chance to have your For RepresentativeI

congress asking for relief. If teeth fixed. respectfully announce myself as a

k such relief is denied, the Republicanparty candidate for representative in the leg Low Prices for Lumber
Fanne1'mecba.nit'S.. railroaders laborer islature from Brevard county, at the
will be seriously handicapped rely on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil Takes the primary election to be held May 19th.
4 in its appeal to the people this fall for sting out of ruts,barns or brakes at once. My platform is "The will and wish of
PAIU cannot ttay where it is asrd. the people of Brevard county. I haveno
another lease of power. if elected will
pet schemes and only TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.Are
---- ---- --- ----- -- .
go as your representative.
S There are being sent out from PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTS Thanking you for your support I remain -
Yours truly, now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices :
i Washington to the women's clubs all
JOHN HOUSTON.For .
over the country for the signaturesof Annoiincriui under this beading $5.00.
publi-bed until the firxt primary with an ex- ---- Framing, dressed foi\r sides________ ______ $ 15.00B
the members, a petition to congress ceptiou made off 2.50 fur county couiiobiMonershnd RepresentatIve

,+, begging that body to use all to he! paid member in advance the school hoard the fee I am a candidate for represenativ and better Flooring, Ceiling and Siding___ 20.00

influence in its power to call atten- and respectfully ask the support of all No. 1 Common ___ 15.00No.2"

tion to and help the cruel- County TreasurerI Democratic voters in the coming pnmarj. -
suppress "
Very truly. ____ 10.00
= ties and atrocities practiced by the am a candidate for county treasurerof R. B. STEWART.For .

31 soldiery and gendarmery, etc., upon Brevard county and respectfully solicit Sheathing, dressed one side____________ _____ 10.00F.
the of all voters at the
support State Senator, 13th District
and innocent and children
helpless women :
cunling Democratic .
; in Russia. A letter from Mrs. primary.R.. F. HATCH. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROMPT SHIPMEHTS

Julia Ward Howe on this subject RocKledge, Fla., April 15th, 1908. re-election as senator from the thir-I
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w 3 teenth senatorial district of Florida. ------ -- -
was read by the president, Mrs. A. subject to the action of the Democraticparty For Member of County School Board For Supt. Public Instruction
For Commissioner
"k Brady, before our local club at its County at the approaching primaries.F. I'' \Ve the many friends, announce the Yielding to the solicitation of many
To the Voterof Brvx u.1 County M. HUDSON name of J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge,
friends I announce myself as a candI-
lti'' last meeting and, also the petition,
I hereby an'.ounce myself acandidatefor ---- ---- --- -- Fla.. a clean, straight, capable man, as date for nomination before the coming
which readily received the signatures county commissioner from districtNo. For State Senator, 13th DistrictI candidate for member of the county primaries.If .

k of all present. 2, subject to the action of the pri- candidate school board for this, the second dis- I nominated and re-elected I shall use
hereby announce myself
; x mary. If elected I will endeavor to for state senator for the thirteenth sen- trict, and ask the support of all good my best effort, as in the past, to pro-
give the people a fair and impartial ser- citizens at the coming primary. mote the interest of our whole public
Made No Point on Stockton atorial district composed of Brevard, MANY FRIENDS. school
vice. Respectfully, St. Lucie and Dade counties, subject to system. Respectfully,
Since the smoke of his firing has JOHN R. MIOT. the will of the Democrats as expressedat : ----For-Member--- of School Board --JOHN-R.--WALKER.-- ---

cleared away it seems that the attackof For County Treasurer the ensuing pnmary.J. W. WATSON.For i Tw the \(.tc.rs of Bretard County, For State' AttorneyI

Gus A. Morton on J. N. C. Stock 1 respectfully announce myself as a
i Courtenaj, Fla., March 25, 19Ufc. hereby announce candidacy for
ton at Gainesville last Friday night Tax AssessorI candidate at the next primaries school my
To the \otem"f BrevhnI Gmnty board member for district No 1. I nomination to a second term of office ofstate's
has fallen out rather to Mr. Stock respectfully announce myself as a shall appreciate the support of all. attorney in and for the 7th judicial -
r' ton's advantage rather than injury.! Having decided to announce myself as candidate for re-election as county tax A.J.CARTE circuit of Florida, ,subject to the
a candidate for nomination at the com- asses =or. Trusting my work has met --- --- -- Democratic primary to be held on May
We do not know the nature of Mr. ing Democratic primary for the office of your approval, and thanking you for For Tax CollectorTo 19th, 1908. If again trusted with the

I+ Morton's grievance further than it county treasurer, I respectfully requestyour your support, I remain yours truly, administration of this most important
1 of Bard
the Voters County
J is be support,promising you that if nom- W. II. HALL. office by the people, I will as I have
reported to purely a personalone inated and elected, I will fulfill the dutiesof I herewith announce my candidacy for always striven to do, perform duty
t and it does not seem to strike the office in the interest of the people the office of tax collector of Brevard I impartially and fearlessly for the mj beet
For Member School Board, 3rd Dist.I
1 the voters in that section as having of Brevard county, as in the past count If elected to this office I promise I interests of the state.
when I was honored with jour confidences announce myself a car.didafe for re- i to'give my best services to the people JOHN C. JONES
.I b any bearing whatever on Mr. Stock- nomination as member of the school and trust I will receive their sup- : States Attorney 7th Judicial Circuit.,

ton's integrity and uprightness a'* a Very respectfully, board for the third district, and ask the port at the coming primary. ------- ---
JNO. H. SA:t1s. support of all if my past record as such PHILIP WRIGHT..
t man or his fitness for governor. Personal For County CommissionersWe
has been satisfactory. I have been a
differences that have grown NoticeTo resident of Brevard county for 34!-ears. For Supervisor of RegistrationTo respectfully announce that we
.ii E. B. ARNOLD. shall be candidates for county
of business social relations commissioners
out or
the Voters of BreT ird County the Democrat Voters of Hrnanl County from
our
t i L between men who are recognized as, Thanking you for past favors I again NoticeI I am a candidate for renomination by the next primary respective election. districts at

honest, are in no sense suitable ma- beg to announce myself as a candidatefor the Democracy of Brevard county for Trusting that our services meet your
J terial to drag into political re-election to the office of clerk of respectfully announce myself as a the office of supervisor of registration.If approval, and that we will receive jour
a: ; FR a campaign the circuit court of Brevard county SUb- candidate at the next primary electionfor nominated I promise a continuanceof support. We remain yours truly [
and the man who is reduced ject to the action of the coming Democratic : -! re-election as sheriff of Brevard a faithful performance of the dutiesof J. M. OSBAN, Dist. No 1.
t to such extremities for "opposition primary and would thank you county. I would appreciate the earnest the office. Soliciting the support of J. R. MIOT, Dist No. 2. i

kindly for your support of all our people. all in the primary, R. A. CovkLlNG, Dist. No. 3. I
supplies" is to the least lackingin
1t support.Respectfully
say
Yours truly, I am very respectfully, T. A. ROBINSON, Dist No. 4.
judgment, and the sooner his sym- A. A. STEWART. JOSEPH P. BROWN. W. S. ORWOOD.i. T. J. COCKSHUTT, Dist. No. G.i .


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:BROWARD Candidate for Committeeman ; + <

EX-GOVERNOR WILLIAM S. JENNINGS a

-,44 :; .". Jf CANDIDATE FOR The Gainesville Sun has recentlysaid Hot Stove-Cool .Kitchen '

=rr f l United States Senator that it was generally conceded .

that Gov. Jennings made one of the '
t % bxr How do you expect to endure li
best governors that Florida has ever '
the broiling days of : $ rt

r . .... had.,. This, together with other qualifications summer if you prepare all .

and peculiar fitness for service sx the food over a glowing coal ; -

to the Democratic party and to fire? : +c ::4'

,.. : Has carried out pre-election pledgesHe his distinguished kinsman, who will You need a "New Perfec \

_. unquestionably be nominated for :. tion" Oil Stove that will'I

promised to save public lands: president, makes it important that do the cooking without cooking ..'; 4 i

-:.... i'I Two and a half million acres have he be chosen as Florida's national the cook. It concen
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beensaved ;.c.: committeeman. There being two trates plenty of heat under ;

candidates named Jennings announced the pot and diffuses little :
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t;, He promised to protect primary for this position, it will be neces- none through the room.

7 t law: He vetoed one bill weakening sary for those desiring to vote for Therefore, when working jl jlor
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approved one strengthening
r with the
it. the ex-governor to look on the ticket I"4

for William S. Jennings.
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He promised to strengthen railroad I NEW PERFECTION .

commission: He recommended bills Forced Out. r
She-Mr. Bloom does not pay bis
; giving increased powers, and ap-
wife much attention, does be? ReNo 44
; proved them when passed. The only time I ever knew of his Wick Blue name Oil Cook-Stove .

going out with her was once when the I .

f ----- -- -- -- ----- gas exploded. the kitchen actually seems as comfortable as you could wish J ,;

V IN HIS ADMiNISTRATION- Impure blood runs you down-makes you it to be. ...
Drainage has been an easy victim for org-donicdiseases. Burdock This, in itself, is wonderful but, more than that, the *' New ", s
i
successfully
prosecuted.
Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the Perfection" Oil Stove does ; M
Contract made to extend East Coast canal to St. Johns river without cause builds you np. perfectly every j' .
additional grants by state. thing that any stove can do. It is an ideal

_East Coast extension bill passed without section 5. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR all-round cook-stove. Made in three sizes, j .1 I'

Witness privilege bill passed. LETTERS PATENT and fully warranted. If not with your I 1 i

HE FAVORS- dealer, write our nearest f
Notice is hereby given that application will \ .
Laws increasing of interstate '
powers commerce commission. be made to the governor of the state of Florida Lampr
.. Revision of tariff for benefit of Florida people.I at Tallahassee,on the twenty-fifth day of
Reform of currency. May, 1908. for letters patent on the proposed k no@YO :
: Extension of harbor and waterway improvements. charter published below: a substantial, strong I
HE IS AGAINST / D. B. PBITCHABD, J.S. DvSiEL, ,9 ly made and \handsome !
S. A. RATHBUN. GEO. M. BOBBINS
I- -Stock in Wall lamp. Burns for hours ith a strong, : ,
gambling street. G. F DARES, F.8. BATTLE, .+
Over-capitalization and excessive bond issues by railroads. C. A.GARDNER, Louis A. BRADY. mellow reading light or Just to light what the you dining-room.n ed for evening If- :' r

Corporate control of politics. PROPOSED 'CHARTER OF THE TITUS- not with jour dealer,write our recrest agency.STANDARD "i t
VILLE HOTEL COMPANYThe
OIL COMPANY :
For Railroad CommissionerTo If the dove principles meet your undersigned do associate themselvesand (Incorporated) \ J
become incorporated under the laws of .
the Democratic Electors of Florida. approbation, and you feel warrantedin the state of Florida for the transaction of the .

#_:- After due consideration of the giving me your support, 1 will appreciate business set forth in the following articles: 4i)

it as confidence reposed and ARTICLE I
many solicitations of my friends and
The name of the corporation- shall be the j
honor conferred, and promise in
acquaintances throughout the stateto you .
Titusville Hotel Company" and its place of
become a candidate, Thereby anY return that you shall never have business is to be Titusville, Brevard county, .

nounce myself a candidate for the cause to regret it. Florida. ARTICLE II : .

office of railroad commissioner to Very respectfully, The owning and operating of a hotel at Ti- Indian River Ice

succeed Capt. John L. Morgan. In ... E. W. IRVINE. tusville business to Florida be transacted, is the general, together nature with of such the Factory ::

aspiring to said office I fully believe Lake City, Florida, January 7th, other business as may be properly connected
therewith. TITUSVTLLE
. I can discharge the duties thereof 1908. .
r ARTICLE III
with credit to myself and benefit to "Dean's ointment cured me of eczema that The amount of the capital stock authorized Pure ice manufactured from distilled f
my people.I lad annoyed me a long time. The cure was is twenty-five thousand dollars((25,000.00)).divided
*ermanent."-Hon.S. W. Matthews commisSioner into two hundred and fifty ((250))
shall stand for the following labor statistics,Augusta Me shares of the par value of one hundred dollars water. Prompt deliveries to all pointsA.

.. principles and measures: (f l00.00feacb) ;fifty pe-reeut sh&npayable

t:: 1st. The just and rigid enforcement A Conipr mis.. thirty five days installments from date often of subscription per cent each,balancein ,to become S. Piatt Proprietor a
'. A private soldier was taken to the due intervals of Stock ,
at
: of the laws and, rules of the thirty days. ,
., :. guardroom for being Intoxicated. Be scrip will be issued on payment of fifty per 14
; commission, holding the railroads became excited. -Sergeant am 1 cent of the subscription but stock certificateswill .. ---- r '
.g and all corporations amenable to drunk?" he asked of the "noncom" In not be delivered until paid for in full. '

;f the same as individuals, recognizing charge. ARTICLE IV KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE

L. at all times the right and necessity "Yes-take off your boots," was the The corporation shall exist fora term of
reply. ninety-nine years. !
of to exist for the Buggy Type
corporations up- "
"But excuse me. sergeant, the delInquent ARTICLE V
tT building of our state and country, continued. am only half HIGH WHEELS SOLID TIRES STANDARD TREAD
The business of the company shall be conducted J
:_. and the conveniences and accommodation drunk. by a board of fire directors of whom
" of "Very well then-take one boot off r :three shall constitute a quorum which board .. $876 Enid *
people. u.p
; our said his shall be elected at the annual meeting of the
superior.-Londou
_" I 2nd. I shall oppose the taxing off Scraps. stockholders to be held on the first Tuesdayof Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla.BAST .
> April of each year,but in case such meeting
:.:: ourselves by granting of rates, both Peculiarity ef Madnct shall not be held at the time appointed then
j I of traffic and passenger fares to earn Who can tell why It la that In mad- the board shall be elected at the next meetingof 1
the stockholders thereafter, and all officers
I houses the Idea of subordination Is COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
; dividends watered stock
|? on purporting shall hold over until their successors are elect
very seldom to be found? Bedlam Is ed and qualify. The board of directors shall
: w'
\ to be invested in the con-
money Inhabited only by kings, poets and choose from among their number a president
\ : struction of said railroads. philosophers.-Uedora Messenger. vice president a secretary and a treasurer, DEALERS IN
:
but the hold the offices
same person may of
3rd. 1 shall endeavor with all
the secretary and treasurer if the board of directors -
power within me to secure to the Unman deeds and human lives are shall so decide. Materials
Lumber and
never understood until they are finish Until the annual meeting in 1909 the board Building
poor man that has the ability to ride or director will consist of F. S. Battle, L. A.
ed. You can no more tell In advance
dollar's worth the Brady E. B. Wager. J. S. Daniel and Oeo. M. .
, only one same how manhood will turn out than bow Robbins, of whom Geo. M. Bobbins will he OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL '
just and equitable rate as the man a young child will grow up. president F.S. Battle vice president; E. 8.1

that rides,,a .hundred dollars worth. WMkIy Weather Report. Wager secretary, and L. A. Brady,treasurer. Yards at Ttaille, Cocoa Eau Gallic, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach

fc r or more. ARTICLE VI We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders ",
FLA.
.
JUPITER 1008.
\ 4th. I shall to the utmost Apr.:8. The highest amount of indebtedness or lia for shipment direct from the millsHARDWARE 4 4rnW
oppose, ,
Comparative statement of temperature bility to which the corporation can at anytime I
1 the cutting and slashing of rates, and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. subject itself shall be ten thousand dollars
fl0.000.00)( ).
'
both passenger and traffic, thereby 1903 1907 In witness whereof the subscribers have mNnWNNNNN.WiNNIVwWiMi
crippling the efficiency of the serviceof DATE. ('X. MIK. M,X. MIN. hereunto set their hands and seals with a I "
Apr. 88. 84 b3 81 73 statement of their respective residences and !
the railroads to the people, resulting 23 JH> 70 5W 72 amount of stock subscribed by each. *
. 21. 83 ft9 81 6S
:f, in damage to both the people and II 25 84 75 #a1 74 Amount of :
Names of In. Stock
railroads, causing them thereby to "" 26.27. 85 86 76 7i yt ISS 73 71 corporators Residences Subscribed

employ cheaper and incompetent 28. 86 73 81 70 J. S. Daniel. (SealTitnsvilleFIa., 5 shares
"
Geo.M.RobbinsS( 1)) 5
'' men, which means disaster to all and Total rainfall for the week .+;0 inches. S. A.Rathbun, (Seal) 5 "
rainfall for the week minus .07
( danger to both life and property.5th. Departure F.S. Battle for TitulvilleLllmberCo.&oal-
inches. M M
) 5 Jas. Pritchard & Son
rainfall since Jn. 1st. minus
I shall advocate Departure ** "
encourageand Louis A. Brady (Seal) 5 .
5.13 inches. D. B. Pritchard,(Sal) 2 -
demand at all times efficient II. P. HARDIS.
"
O. F. Duren, (Seal) 2
prompt and just service, void of discrimination Official in Charge. Chas.Winston A.Gardner S. Branning. -,(Seal) 2 Handle the Finest Lines or

against persons or places; Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Seal) 1 -

prompt adjustment and payment of Diarrhoea RemedyThere J.Julius Co Spell Kline ((Seal Seal)) "" "" 1 1 "" Heavy and Shelf Hardware

claims and damages. is probably no medicine made that is Ellis B. wager; (Seal) 1 .
I with confidencethan M 7"--= =- "- -==-::- : - -- -- -
implicit -- =
C1MS.H. (Seal 1
6th. I recognize that charters and relied upon more Walton )
Chamberlain's Colic.Cholera and Diar. J.M.Oshan. (Seal r "
franchises granted by the state to rhoea Remedy. During the third of a century J. R. Walker, (Seal) 1 Our Stock of
in which it has been in use, people have J. H. Allen. ( a1)) 1 ,
said corporations are creations of the learned that it is the one remedy that never B. R. Wilson (Seal) 1 t
i, When reduced with water and sweetened S. B. Rathbun. i eal) 1 '
k state, and the state's right to control fails. < > Guns and Sporting Goods
I it is pleasant to take. For sale by Titus John Henry. ( cal) *" 1 *" .
and govern their dealings with its vine Pharmacy and all dealers.r'. O A.Stewart, (Seal) 1 "

citizens. And if I should find, after Co T. Massey, ((cal) *"* "" 1 -" is complete at all times .
Jas. Lysle Conner (Sal) 5

thorough investigation,that the pow- State of Florida. .
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ers already delegated to the commis-' Brevard County. | :

to meet necessities Personally came before roe J.H.Allen. J.S. !
sion are inadequate our I Daniel. Geo. M. Robbing Louis A. Brady Paints and Oils of Quality

I shall appeal to the legisla- D. B. Pritchard, H. F. Duren. Chas ,. Gard

ture for the power,from time to time, 'ner.Kline Winston, Ellis, B.S.Wager Branninz;: Chas., J.II.C. Walton.Spell, Julius, R one of our Specialties

as the occasion and circumstances I Walker. B. \\ilson.John Henry O. A I
Stewart. S. A. Ratbbun, S. B Rath nin. C.T. :t
may demand. say.aala.lr nve.fUc: sb lra.noose asJoa1 Massey, J. }[. CM an.Jas. J.ysle Conner, F. S.
7th. I shall not seek this office at Yes r.y cliild. if you don, use Battle each to me p.rsonany11 known and Quotations for large or small orders will
: be in each the identical
SOAP. known to me to case
WHITE .
MAGIC
the expense of the personal characterand person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing given personal attention. Mail Orderssolicited
Rub Mas'c on toiled pans, leave them In charter, and severally acknowledgedhis
and
reputation of my opponents, Wit.ron'' .our. Nobol'n/no: washboard or her execution thereof and promptly filledrZroeiVXI.LaE .
would not accept the office at the cost no h-t-tAChe. If you use MAGIO WHITE In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
SOAP. Will iron easy as magic:bas no rosin
of eitherof Ij I"*l=t rellow POST Get your Grocer to crcer hand and official seal at Titusville. within the -
of traducing the good name or sc"d n* H/0 for 1 bxc ft I.o Sq. cakesWe county and state aforesaid this 18tb day of :: : ;
my opponents, or the debauchingI p.rr for ircsrtu Suve tie wr+ivers. April A. D. 1909. PERCY G. WALTON.Public.
Notary
of any voter, directly or indirectly, MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld] Notary Public State of Florida. My a commi mI1mmmmmmmmmmw1wmm}
otherwise.! New Orleans, La. sion expires June n, 190g. i
with money or

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.. : = a referendum tote to be ;ken by districts of ,the. archdiocese of Philadelphia the friend of the Irish cause. He was popular

rIk and a call of the committee to entire Catholic hierarchy of this coun personally even with his political BESTMBJHE

; ;;: ..I'I(( -I TAB receive the returns of the vote the were Invited enemies.

.: referendum to be on the propositionto to take part In Italy Calls Off War Fleet. BOWELS

R: make the agreement bold good for .5 5 a celebration of The porte having yielded on every
: 'tiepowel..reryday.ya'nwerwtnbe.
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two years; a uniform screen of one splendid proportions point In dispute with the Italian government hayell"t an .I'.1a.<liY.--. f..P7Qt"

: and one-fourth Inches an eight hour beginningtry the latter discontinued preps ,towels sad be A::th..hst ofIs

day. and the referring of all local differences April 12 with an rations for a naval demonstrationwhich vtoleetoothssG; eaten l ,matt'o perfect way oJ'' ke.plaS
1 THEWORLD[ l tm
ON as to prices and conditions to' outdoor proces- bad been planned on a large the 0..11 clear aaad deaaa I.SO UU

j8; : the districts for settlement. sion of prelatesand scale. The Intention was to seize a CANDYCATHARTIC

s I Penney Discharging More Men. celebrationof Turkish island off the Asia Minor

.ir.ffI e The Pennsylvania railroad continuesto mass by the coast. The trouble arose over the re-

papal delegate fusel of the Turkish government to al-
; Publication of Grand Jury Evidence reduce Its working force, and It Is Mgr. Falconio. low Italian postoffices in Turkish territory -
paid that by May 1 the number will
a '
.f _- the cathedral : and also the murder, of an
I! ; !>f Reveals Ryan's Astounding have reached 25.000. It Is' understoodthat over
: this Is In for \ ? Archbishop Ryan Italian missionary in Tripoli Turkey
preparation
d' step .a
Confession of New Yorkt' of Philadelphia bold that while it bad tolerated the r
In after the first of t'
iction
l wages was the central
: p postoGces of oth.T powers, it had
: Traction Funds Used to Defeat nut month. The cause of the last layoff 1detailed i figure of the never o3icially authorized them butItaly EAT 'Er" LIKE CANDY

"f" was the dissatisfaction felt by old t \ celebration and Tats Uon& D'
\ Potent
felt that for years the porte had Pi.eaaet. Palatabl
Bryan and Given to Both, Par- employees who had been working on toArchbishop him was sent Good, Jeerer SUi .'We.kem orOrip*; 10,25 sad
taken advantage: of the mixed diplomatic (0 cent per >o&. Writ to*free CUD*!*.s54b0 k.
r ties but No Indictment Is Returned hat! time since last falL These have Ryan. a letter of congratulation situation to ignore complaintsmade let on health. Address m
; been put on full time and the difference iron the pope.' Next day Sterllna Remedy Co+apany, Chfcaeo.r New Tort.
the treat-
-v -Bryan' Avoids New made up by discharging newer the Knights of Columbus gave a grand I ment of by Italian Italy concerning subjects. When the KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN j jI

hands. banquet to Archbishop Ryan and other porte learned that nineteen Italian war-
York Faction Quarrel and At- :
Chester Prefers to Walk. prelates. Cardinal Gibbons figured In l,I ships were about to sail to enforce de- A Battle With the Sea. i iI

rm .a tacks Socialism -Taft and Since the arrival of the state troopsat all the Tribune.)
Chester. I'a" the local traction company Confirms Church Tradition.The I nome was ordered to make peace on I (Tampa

Bryan Claim Nomination on the Italian terms. This was done. At battling for fourteen day
bus been running cars at irregBlar Paris Los Annales tells of a recent i After

I, First Ballot-Liability Law : intervals under guard but very discovery of an ancient parchmentIn the same time the French dls'Alte'ltb with the seas In one of the fiercest

few people have patronized them ow- village of upper Egypt which ;goes I Turkey over the possession of the Ilerclea I' gales that ever swept its decks, the

I : Signed-Cannon Passes Paper ing to sympathy with the strikers. to confirm a momentous tradition of mines was acute. Charles A. Gilberg, of the Benner line, r

Those who did ride were Jeered by the Roman church touching the authenticity How Haakon Floored Socialists. York arrived here Sat
Pjobe.LEGALCRIMINAL. Tampa to New
; the crowds of spectators. The real of a portrait of Christ jeal Chancellor MacCracken of the New out of New York
yam si urday after being
cause of the strike seems to have been ously guarded In the Church of St. Bar- York university, who has returned

I I obscured by earlier dispatches. The tholomew at Genoa. Abbe Gaff re is the from a visit Norway and Sweden. forty-one days.

H M men say that their wages were reduced finder of this document containing a I where he arra ed for an exchange of Capt. John Jasper, in command of
-- -
; about 2 cents an hour withoutthe account of the mission of professors. tells of a talk be bad with the steamer, remained on deck at the

.,--;. "I->! :- Can't Indict Traction Jugglers. slightest notice until they had I Thadeus, who was sent as the bearerof King Haakon of Norway about the wheel most of the time fighting the

-I. The special grand Jury at New York.11t" worked under the new scale one whole a letter from Christ to King Abgarof growth of socialism In his dominioas. gale. As the vessel was leaking badly -

.: a -_l', which has investigated the charges day. They bad no union but the people Edfcssa. accompanied by a portrait The king upon meeting a group of Socialists from the tremendous strain of

.:-, ._ against Thomas F. Ryan and other officers stood by their demand for arbitration of the ChrIst. Abgar had professed had listened to their opinion

::, ," of the Metropolitan Street Railway of the dispute which the company conversion and asked to be healed of that the wealth of the land should be winds and seas he put into Nassau

In connection with the refused. They were willing to where he requested a surrey. The
all
-j-; company leprosy. The parchment hastwenty divided up at a given time among
is purchase of the ferries paper railway work under'the reduced scale pendingthe beautiful miniatures illustrating the the people, whereupon the king replIed board of surrey ordered him to sea

from Anthony Brady reports the facts result.Pensacola. story. by asking If they would consentto with eight extra men to man the,

+ 1,' of an amazing juggle Riots Renewed. Simultaneous Revival Results. a redivlslon i a few minutes later pumps. In describing his harrowing

?, of funds. In with all the babes born since the last
t"r After week of quiet during which Japer said that head
") > mo a : The City of Brotherly Love has Just voyage Captain
t
which vast sums troops kept the striking street car men passed through a new religious experience divIsIon. not been out of New York but two

t, were disbursed to in check at Pensacola. Ia.. the city -nnmely. a six weeks' series of weeks when he ran into fourteen day
.
1 both political parties again was in turmoil April 21. when a
under general
stirring meetings one
and admits the I MISCELLANEOUS'' of frightful weather. It was a sue-
and wounded the
: mob attacked a car management represented by the Chap-
and tremend-
of these
-
dishonesty Before cession of severe gales
mortally.
conductor perhaps man-Alexaniler forces but condtU'trosimultaneously
.} acts but finds that stated that he was at
the troops reached the scene the mob In numerous churches. Winner of Marathon Race. oils seas. lie

'..- 'under the laws In bad dispersed, and no arrests were Under the name of the "King's busi Thomas P. Morrissey of Yonkers. the wheel the whole time and finally
force at the time of
#5 "' Q-c the acts no'crimewascommltted made at the time. ness" the movement gained great headway \. Y. won the twenty-five mile Marathon went into Nassau for the ship's safety

y } tech- Must Seat All Pascengvrs.The and !it was the application of running race at Boston April 20. After leaving Nassau they fairly drifted -

y nically. The evidence public service commission of modern business methods In alliance leading a field pf 125 and making him- here. o

has been New York city Issued an order requir- with the press of the city that brought self eligible for the He is being highly complimented on

w1_ 1 made public. At the ing street car companies to provide success. The North American In par- I American team in bringing his ship safely to port and
t ticular set a new pace In the recognition :: the Olympic
: .. request of the late sufficient cars and right conditions for games his discretion in putting into Naeeattto
of this activity as a legiti-
great
; 4 ----;T. William C. Whit- seating all of the passengers. An exception London this sum
; ; Thomas F. Ryan. ney $60,000 was is made during rush hours. mate field of news for the community.The St mer. He ran the preserve his ship.

: underlying idea was to bring the l distance In 2 hours East Coast Automobile Association l
banded ont by Vreeland, manager ofs4' The minimum number of cars to passon

the Metropolitan, for use in the second busy streets in each fifteen minutes principles of Christianity into direct Tsr 25 minutes and 43
contact with business life throughoutthe seconds. The largest Repairs to-i-0; plank sidewalk along
Odell campaign in 1902 and in the it is thought will have to be twentyfive. -

i Y; next year $36,700 was contributed of The order will go into effect city. Meetings were not confined crowd that ever Valencia street are In progress. The
i to the churches alone but held In
were witnessed ath-
an
1t which $20,000 went to the Republican April 27. pavement will receive attention short-
ih; the workshops In theaters In saloons T. P. Morrissey. Ietlc feat In this
j committee and 916.700 to Tammany
Outrivaled. Iy.
Tower
v HalL Singer and on the streets. And In It all the country saw the race more than 400.-

l' j g The tower of the Metropolitan Life local church leaders were kept in the 000 people lining the course. In Rice county Kansas, which has a
Prior to this, as testified by Ryan
;t t building at Madison square New York foreground rather than the visiting population of 14,000. there was only
Thomas Car Leaves Seattle.
himself $500.000( of the proceeds of the
city, which was to have been 668 feet. evangelists.; The result; of this policy is criminal the court docket
L' fictitious one case on
railroad went to' Whitney to r
The American Thomas automobile
] ; according to original plans is now to to enable the churches to get the full
S make good contributions he and bis associates which has led all the way so far in the for the April term.
; stretched little. and
be still a higher benefit of the work and to carry It on
had made "In the Interest of New York-Paris left Seattle
} race April
*s when completed will measure 700 feet regularly.; All the Protestant denominations -
the company" ostensibly, but in reality 21 on the steamship Sbawmnt for Ja
from sidewalk to top. The Singer tow- were Interested and 221 A HAPPY
F* '. to be used to prevent the nomination pan.
.;,. er is 612 feet high. churches participated at once. Many
: of Bryan at Kansas City. Ryan admitted -
4
wealthy men contributed liberally to disastrous Texas Floods. HOMEIs
of the Harvester Trust.Collier's .
: Dodging
;: that part of the money may
I the expense fund. Or. Chapman and The floods in Texas continued
t Monday -
have gone to Insure the election of McKinley Weekly gives publicity to
health abounds.
Mr. Alexander will carry on their work' one where
t1, In W09.: AU of the blame for the case of Walter Merritt who had : and Tuesday with additional fatalities -
next Norfolk.. Va. With impure blood there cannot -
and loss of cattle and other
; ; these transactions was placed on Whit his right arm crushed while workingas

I ii ney, who is dead. It also turns out an electric repairer in the factory of property valued at more than a million be good health.

5 1 l that Ryan,admitted to having acquired the InternatiSnal Harvester companyat I COMMERCIALSteel I dollars. Wlthadlsordered LI\'ERtbcrc I
half of the ferries road franchise own- Chicago through the carelessness) ofa cannot be good blood.TtttsPiIIs.

( ed by Brady. This would indicate that cheap and Inexperienced operator ofa I POLITICAL i

Ryan profited not only by the sale of crane. After Merritt bad come out of Trust's Faith In Future. '

.5 I" I the road to:the Metropolitan, of which the hospital the company's legal agent Chairman nary of the board of directors New York Democratic Row.

. : ,,"? be was an officer, but that he sold to offered him $:o to sign a release of all of the United States Steel corporation 1
-
Since the Democratic state convention
it his share of the fiction thus profiting obligations. The crippled man refused says that in the face of the
at New York which showed that
from two sources. All of the and sued for $2.000 damages. Not only present financial depression -
Charles F. Murphy, the lender of Tam
charges made by the stockholders are was this suit fought by the company J;; :'- ",> the work re'lvlfythetorpld LIVER and restore
lIal Lad suddenly become the
many
S t' ;s dismissed upon legal technicalities. with crooked methods by paying a wit L'J '(.;, ou the great steel "boss" of the entire state organization. its natural action.A i

1 JS k-. The grand jury, however, declares that ness to go out of reach of the court ',t"J/'" ; /; plant at Gary i11"11S
the faction let
? the disbursements shown to have been but the bead of the law firm which will go on and that healthy LIVER means pure j

y ; made were "deserving of severe con bandied the case Uoy O. West, who Is ."- l i.tib;: : : the total expend! t vs'+ by called 1'Clrrea confereuce bas- blood. ,

4' demnation." also one of the tax board of review for %' ; lure will approximate in a the lii.-jK. Pure blood means health. i

r it 4 Rights of Federal Courts. Coo! .county has been in a position to $100.000.1( of !havlr." a T i Health means happiness.Take 1
R omit from assessment millions worthof Of this sum already ; I IHANDY
The United States supreme court has test coiive..ii; I no Substitute. All Druggists.
L the property of the trust This game $24,000.000 has been
!
dismissed the application of the state r which might
.. man I is chairman of the Republican H' pent.I HP says they
'
M ; of Nebraska for an order to compel 1 t. send a contest
'' S : '..: state central committee of Illinois. Recently will go ahead lie- It & J(r, 1
.5 .w the federal court in that state to relinquish tag delegation itivnver. MOTH I ( PAPERA
t,. the Tax Kcform association asked t, can so' they are conviaced ..
.
; jurisdiction over the state'ssuit '"- I The far
t the courts to compel West and his $ that the depression -
against the railroads for refusing 4S that Bryan is t., .
.' arsociates to assess the McCorniicks will not moth l tniy T and .tiiinf.-tallt Planed i
to put into effect the two cent fare law ? s ''M- be in control (It under .-iri"-ts or in the fold of fur and clotk-
and others who own most of the Harvester last and because t
j passed by the legislature. The circuit (5 the DI>IUO> r.ni in:; it itriris away nintas. ami worry Twelveshrets
*toc!;. These two lawsuits taken a: H. Gary; they have the rash t .
court bad assumed jurisdiction because '., national committee in a I'.icki-i rarriaxr: prepaiii i 10 .. .oLf.it .
S 5; together reveal the operations of the hi hand and will not have to borrow : packet> 5n.i.nt.->if tlrujtjjist ilm-Mi't have it. j
k there was a controversy between citi \'a which wilpass +
4 e't f zeus ofdifferent states- industrial system which "makes cripples The! first half of the plant is now under ,> : con Maiilgan .... Worksrfrshtn JUG
and odes taxes." Both suits are ronstructiou and s..ill be done in upoi CUrkrfttillr. Iowa .
4 Charles F. llurpnyivsts: is the l bask .
Fight For Thaw's Release.
: sti1lI pending. The facts are used as an three years --- ------ -- -- ----
for much about the efforts of
Harry Thaw has begun hh fight for argument; for the liability law.RELIGIOUS. gossip
$43:) ;C.OQ:; Loan For P. R. R. both factions ill New York trying; twin < ,
freedom, getting a writ of habeas
Tie: Pennsylvania railroad has!' ar the Nebraskan favor During
; corpus which will have the effect of
rau.td for tinNsr.e of mug term bond his trip through the tate II was said
I-
't bringing him into court to have the
to the amount of $-lO.Qj&.t+th) to be that friends fir Murphy liu l come to :11I
question of his mental condition
t present
known ss coMsoIMated! mortgage bond understanding with I'.ryan. but the lal
k J determined. This action Is taken
A Ten Month Kansas Revival. to run forty years and! l IIt"lrI per ceniuterrst. tor consistently assorted his intentioi.
1 without the consent of hU flmUy.t"110 r
Plans are already! matured for a The issue is underwritten by not t/> take "i t'' wish him confine hi the asylum for
state wide revival on the simultaneous Kuhn. Loob & Co. of Now York in assedation Socialism.
the insane. Bryan Hits at
i plan in Kansas beginning with September with the Rothschilds and
While in M>w York city Bryan spoke
next Every town Is to have its Barings of London.
at Cooper Union and answered ?.t'H'ral'iUt'stiIJlls
own evangelist at the same time under
: I INDUSTRIAL I put to him by the audience
the general guidance of Dr. W. E. lie- .
I FOREIGNDeath I One was. "What is the difference between
tIl'rwolf.110 has been Identified with
1' socialism and democracy, and
Mine Strike Settled. the Philadelphia movement. Cooperation -
what Willi I.I you do for the unemployed
I A joint committee representing the and concentration will be the of CampbellBannirman.Great if J'UIIt'n' t.jt'l.ttctnsw..rin; tb' j

ri ; and the ? ( ) idle miners watchword and thirteen denominations JL
S : Jti operators Jo. ) Britain's recent Liberal) pre latter part tirst. Itryan said there were

I in the central competitive district comprising harp leagued to make the revival a uiior. Sir Henry Caiapbell-lVmnerman two kiiuls of reiief-temporary aDd per-

t F the coal fields of western Penn success. diet In the official residence at London uianeut The ;.;o\erniiieut itself should k!

sylvania, Ohio and Indiana met and Church Ban on Big Hats. April 22. his illness having been hopeless provide work as long as there Is any FRIEND
TO -
? adopted the report of the scale committee In several) prominent Churches of I since April ,1. \vheu be gave up oSee. to give, and be added that "if the people FRIEND.

unanimously. Work in the district : liurlington. X. J.. it Is proposed to require Heart failure was given as the are suffering for lack of work It The personal

'" t was resumed April 20: with thee women who wear the latest style direct cause of death. He was in his should give aid directly." but be wenton recommendations of people
who
e r best of feeling between the two par- of absurdly wide hats to remove them serenty-spcond year. A state funeral to speak of the permanent remedy. have been cured of coughs and

Lk ties.The before entering the sacred precincts.A was held In Westminster abbey. Cannrman saying: \Ve need a more equitable UU colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy J

most important features of the Catholic Centennial.In was a consistent opponent or tribuilon of the proceeds of human slave done more than all else to make it a I

f"r agreement are the adoption of the old jingoism i all his life and did all! be could staple article of trade and commerce ova '

jatepf_90_cents_ _ton for_mining coal; commemoration of the centennial. to avoid the Doer war. He was a Continued on page 7 a large part of the civilized world.




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