The Florida star ( May 8, 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 8, 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:
UF00075901:00283

Related Items

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

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-LORIIDA


STALL


S'TITUYrVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1908


NO. 3


JWot fos Oqsults Awo Bqt fos tl;. qood of otlrs Also.


r---O THE
TWEEK

lof t allM 1 to am

tIdd arp a Beents

f ki itr r pants,
448p66ir 9t Branning's.
SIllie Banks I hrver, from Sil-
ar I ishere viitingMrs.Ra-

S Mr.l.a Mrs. S. B. P&thlmn and
4W, M Grace, expect to
SlabThm-iday for their home

| Wh a tripto Indimla with
I lael thdi week, Dr. J. E. Miller
SEo Mis pretty little boat and
a beene via rail.
Mr. a- Mr. T. Johnson returned
home It week from a pleasant two
I' w-a. vit with theirson, Mr. T. A.
S- m, d f fiy, at Palatka.
r mts I thu tbes stoea poto
I mm l the largest line shown
aths-h, for the whole family,
a de~ah d makes, every pair guar-

Ta.-itaU of Tk STra and wife
a t to teave thisFriday afternoon
r 8L. tburbr-on-the-Gulf to at-
S ted te mual meeting of the Flor-

The Fat Pierce News of last week
S st : "Mrs. Neva Hanford left
Part Plsee Friday for St. Augu-
tne, where we understand she will
Stae a hospital training course as a

Mrs. C. J. Denham and her sister,
is Sl ia &Smith, left Sunday on
tl I a. m. train forAugusta, Ga.,
to -nI tmmonths' vacation at the
S1 ehm. Mr. Denam follows the
S ht t J i for a month's vacation.
The Ford model S. roadster, men-
tioat which was made in these col-
u a few weeks ago is expected
to arrive here next and ndian
BRim Maic House will probably
taeetbhe Frd agency for Brevard

Attention
Ther will be a meeting of the Pro-
grUesnl Clture club Monday after-
amum t o'clock. All members are
reaq ted to attend as this will be
o I-t meeting for the summer
anthmm will be businem to transit.
E. B. WILsoN, Sec.
New Wharf Buding
A ltantial wharf some 400 feet
in lmth is being built out into the
Srivr a front of the Mesrs. Battles'
raenses just east of the Titusville
ImL-er go's. mills. It is presumed
that this s to facilitate shipping lum-
ber via boats from these mills.

S Vahbe Property at Legal Sale
At nemrniuoners sale Monday,
rule day for May, the two-story brick
building on Washing on avenue,
known as the Losley-Renaker prop-
erty, was sold by virtue of a decree
in partition and was purchased by
Mr. F. A. Lesley, one of the part-
ners, for the sum of $6,200. Includ-
ed in the sale were all the furnish-
ings, fittings, etc., belonging to and
being in the said building, known as
the Alpine hotel. This was one of
the most important legal sales made
in this county for sometime. The
eno rwonPrs were Messrs. W. S.
Norwood, G. F. Duren and E. B.
Wager.
Pahnhnrt's Special Rates
Beginning Monday, May 11, Palm-
hurst will serve merchants dinner or
luncheon at the price of thirty-five
cents. Table d' hote dinner served
*at 6 o'clock at the price of fifty cents.
A ticket for three of either of these
meals will be sold'for one dollar.


Brgalas in Trees
Fle lot 2-year old aps e it buds,
Marah dle am Standard, 30
ents each, $25.00 per 100.
J. B. BacaH,
West Palm Beach, Fla.


Goto fut. tb photographer, on
Jh9 wtx-t, arirstic bstas. AlU
SaiM nd Mprem pt.y.attuded
to -p ^ I yrlwater color and
ma&S a ea qspecialty.A


SAn Impota
"ARRIVAL"
IN TOWN
One of the "recent arrivals" in
town should be of personal interest
to you. Of interest to you because
destined to affect, intimately and fa-
vorably your personality, your "out-
ward aea dance to yur fellow
men. i "arrival" has come to
help you in many difficult business
deals-to increase your self-respect
and aelf-eofyence
The "arrival's" name is A Suit of
Clothes. Please call and get ae-
qvtited'
WINSTON S. BANNING
Up to-Date Clothing House


To Prepare for Fourth of July
The citizens ofTitusville are re-
quested to attend a meeting at TaH
SrAR office next Wednesday night,
May 13th, to take action in regard to
having a Fourth of July celebration.
All parties interested will please bear
in mind the day and let this meeting
be a representative one.
Suit to Dispossess
Suit was brought before Justice
B. R. Wilson by Dr. J. S. Daniel
Wednesday to dq mowp e Mr.C. T.
Massey from Palmhurst hotel. The
plaintiff was represented by Judge
D. L. Gaulden, and thedefendant by
Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford. The
ase was tried by the following named
jurymen: C. J. Denham, S. J. Nor-
ton, J.1D. Ennis, D. B. Pritchard,
W. Mathers and F. A. Losley.
Dr. Daniel took the stand and tes-
tified in his own behalf, and Mr.
C. T. Massey and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
B. Massey for the defense.
Law points were lively discussed
by the attorneys and the evidence on
one side contradicted the other side.
The jury retired and rendered a ver-
dict in favor of Mr. Massey.
Mr. John A. Fiske's Apology
CocoA, FLA., April 21st, 1908.
Geo. S. Siagletuo, Bockledge, Fla.:
SmI-In regard to your letter of
the 19th I wish to state, in justice to
vnnrmslf and family that I retract


LATEST NEWS

AID INCIDENTS

PerMUl Paragraph met r that
Tranil Hm al Th
Dr. Miller, Detist, Tituille.
Prof. Joe Fieldihg left the latter
part of last week for points further
north.
New shipment of children's bare-
foot sandals just arrived at Bran-
ning's.
Mr. Baldwin is improving his cot-
tage with a new coat of paint, Mr.
Bethea doing the work.
Mr. Dell, of the Sanford Chronicle,
and attorney-at-law, wasin town last
week and called at THE STAR office
Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Gay, who has been on an ex-
tended visit here with her step-
daughter, Mrs. G. E. Pritchett, re-
turned to Georgia Wednesday.
Mrs. L. M. Wetmore left yesterday
for Jacksonville, where she will spend
a week with friends, sailing next
Thursday, the 14th, for New York to
spend the summer in East Orange,
N.J.
Mr. Ed. E. Knox spent a Sunday
recently in Fort Pierce, visiting
friends and greeting old acquain-
tances. The News of that place says:
"This was his first visit to Fort Pierce
and was surprised to find such good
town. Rumor has it that Mr. Knox
has his business eye scanning the
scene."
Prof. S. J. Overstreet left Monday
for his home in Sylvania, Ga.. but
will probably return to take charge
of the Titusville high school in Sep-
tember. Miss Teeter, Miss Miller
and Miss Whitacre left Friday and
Saturday for their respective homes
in Rex and Melbourne. It is prob-
able too that they will be returned
here another year.
Death of L. G. Brainard
L. G. Brainard, one of the pioneer
residents of Indian river, died at his
home at Valkaria on April 29th from
lockjaw, caused by sticking an or-
ange thorn into his font. The body
was taken to Melbourne for inter-
ment.
"Si" Hopkins Murders Two Men
Henry alias "Si" Hopkins, of Mi-
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Special Sale at line's LO s GOSSIP


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MONDAY, MAY 11, 1908. A D FiAUNAAL
China silk, good heavy quality, Abuti{ t ti wp ,- nl -t-
positively guaranteed to wash, 27; 't O P"
inches wide, special 99 cents per yard. ilT U T no CM aimC
olden brown taffeta, good heavy
quality, 36 inches wide, every yard Follow the crowd to the Banner Drag
guaranteed, special SL25 per yard. Store for cold drink and ice cream.
Same in navy blue. The home of Mr. H. A. Carlile, at
Black taffeta, 36 inches wide, every. Yamato, in Dade county, was burnt
yard guaranteed, Monday only, $1.W i to the ground a few days ago.
per yard.
Children's ribbed hose, Queen's Still another large shipmentof
Own, woh 25 cents, special 15 cents P a hats just arrived. The
sizes 6 to 9 swellest on the coast for 5.L. At
Ladies' belts in all the latest styles, Winston S. Branning's.
worth 75 cents, special 59 cents. Mr. W. R. Sanders, of Miami, ar-
Ladies'white handkerchiefs, every rived in town Monday and will spend
thread guaranteed linen, special 8 a couple of weeks here and at his
cents each. former home on Merritts Island.
Children's velvet grip garters, The Travis launch was up from Co
special 1 ents per pair. de coa Sunday with J. A. Haisten, Theo.
Whitelinen, 90 inches wide c- Travi.s J. C. Gibert and Frank Brac-
ially good for skirts, worth $1.50 per eo on board, returning same after-
yard, Monday only, $1.-L
Ladies' silk gloves, elbow length, noon.
in black and white only, special$1.- Mr. Henry L. Davis, of Philadel-
per pair, all sizes. phia, trustee for the F. P. Hassler
Ladies' white oxfords, made of tract of lands in this county at Av-
best quality of linen, plain toe blu- erill, was in town Tuesday looking
cher, leather heel, special $1.49. after the redemption of these lands
Figured lawns, entirely new lot, sold for taxes.
specially good for house dresses and We wish to call your attention to
kimonas, 6 cents per yard. the advertisement of Rollins college
Mail orderspromptly filled on any inthis isse of THE STAR. Rollins is
of the above goods. one of Florida's foremost and popu-
JUuus KLNE, Titusville. lar colleges, aid you will do well to


Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Indianola at 10:30
a. m. and at T1tusville at 7:30 p. m.
Dean Robottom will hold service in
St. Gabriels church, Titusville, on
Sunday morning, May 10, at 11, and
in St. Marks church, Cocoa, on Sun-
day evening at 7:30.
Services at M. E. church-Rev.
F. P. McCall will preach in Titusville
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., at
Mins at 3:30 p. m., Sunday school at
each place at 3 o'clock, prayermeet-
ing every Wednesday evening at 7:30.
There is a place and a welcome for
you.
Rev. J. B. Hawk, just returned
from Chattanooga, where he left his
brother much better, will preach at
St. Pauls M. E. church, Eau Gallie,
on Sunday next.
Hotel Property Changed Hands
The Indian River hotel property
passed into the possession of the Ti-


patronize this institution.
Mr. Royal C. Dunn, candidate for
railroad commissioner, was making
many new acquaintances in this sec-
tion Saturday. Mr. Dunn was sec-
retary of the railroad commission for
a number of years and should be in
position to make an effective commis-
sioner.
We are informed that Mr. Clinton
B. Herrick, of Troy, N. Y., has con-
tracted for the purchase of some ten
acres of fine orange grove property
from Capt. W. H. Sharpe, of Sharpes;
this, however, leavesthe captain his
home place and quite all the grove
he cares to look after at his stage in
life.
Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Blodgett and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Se-
bring, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. McFadden
and family, all winter residents of
Daytona, well known to many living
on Indian river, have left the past
week for the north to spend the sum-
mer, except Mr. McFadden, who
summers at Tybee Island, Ga.


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(or to use plain English,) take back am'i has een neM tor the murder of tusville Hotel Co. Wednesday, when Mr. C. K. Maddox and daughter,
any statements I have made in re- J. D. Walker and E. E. Stafford in Messrs. A. A. Taylor and S. H. Peck, of City Point, were in town Monday
gard to your relations with your North Miami last Friday night, when of Rokledge delivered the dd toand Tuesday and were quite delight-
amily and make you a public apolo- he shot down these two men in cold ed with Titushville. Mr. Maddox
ily and make you a public apolo- he shot down these two men in cold this property in person. Some of owns one of the largest groves in the
gy for anytwrong I have doe you, blood. Hopkins is well known on the furnishings of the hotel, which City Point hammock and some twenty
either intentional or otherwise.
I further state that I have not had the east coast, having been a promi- the former owners took from Mr. years ago resided here. He has spent
any moral backing in regard to these nent baseball player. The date for Bast on rent account, are still owned the winter at his grove and will prob-
statements from any man or woman his preliminary hearing has not been byably remain here this summer, al-
and shoulder the entire blame my- set and h has ver little to sa to hotel passes to the new company though he has made Georgia his home
self. The only defense I will makeas y hotel asses to the new company for a long time. THESTAR acknowl-
is that my real meaning in any of anyone. Neither has he as yet en- edges receipt of a pleasant call from
my statements have been misunder- gaged counsel. Marriages in Titusville them.
stood, for no one in this section holds At the residence of the groom, in white Mountain ice cream freezers
your family in any higher respect Gov. Broward Here Monday North Titusville, last Friday night, Ladies' white waists, button front
than I do. Governor Broward delivered an ad- Capt. P. Nelson and Mrs. Rye were Euchre and whist tally cards
You and I may differ in regard to dre.s at the court house Monday. quietly ma-rrid by Rev. Wm. Stones. Pearl buckles for wash belts
politics and personalopinions. tut, in morning and engaged the attention g t e w w ITR DRY GKDS.
spiteof al tha, I-,,-,ll,,,\tg ti;e c.as FURNITU'RE, DRY G D I
spite of all that, I am only too will- f a rather small but attentive audi- witnessed by a feiw of tht- i:,mediatt .lincing knives. Weeding forks
ing to make this public althj.r to Sad ircin handles. Stove foke enamel
ing to make this public apology to ence for a little over two hours. He friends of contracting parties, there Sad ion handles. Stove pipe enamel
correct any .wrong impression my recited at length what had been ac-; wa- mu.si and refreshments were HAs. ANER, Phonte .
statements may have given root to. complished since he took charge of .servel. Th.-te w.re lpre.ient Mrs. Key West Made Happy
JOHN A. -FvIKE. affairs as the state's chief executive I'. C. NeL-on. Mrs(. IAnderso n, of
anti then dwelt on measures that he .-i,.th Titusviile. .Mr. Jt'.,' Nelson. Thtire is great rejlicing at Kt-y
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's would work for if eicted to the U. S. Mr. and. Mrs. August .Nesol. and West ,over the discovery of a thirty-
Clothing senate. Miss Minnie Nelson.. f Sunbeam, al- ive foot channel from deep water to
Men's Princely shirts, stripes and The whole addrt-ss- was acnuirva- so I'alit. anti Mr-. t'. I. richer and the Key \West harbor. Theexi-t-ice
figures and polka dots, this is one of tiVe one and d-alt with fact. in an M Jacson. f such achan-l has lng i-t.e claim-
the best shirts on the market. sp ,ial able manner. l:-.n her. the gov- i by Commoldore behtr the
50 cents each. ;*rn.r spoke at New Smyt ta that af-' Mr. Get-. W. W.d and Mliss Eva laval station and it has rltf,,iri .I! t<;r
5 cents each.
We will also place on sa!t about' te''rni'" and ;li l)a t,.a at night. Wiildhan \weircquitlyti. ri: i.d at th tm- I '.t1 tat,' -': 1:., -!, i i-
500 pairs of odd pants, i:: bslue serge :li. time is uI'. ta.k n up with ap- Baptist parsonage. bvy tRev. ,i, ie.i' t *; tua:ly :. :.,v., :. -
and light and medium dark patterns p'intments iup t', the date of holding Stones, last Saturday night anti let c :i:n f this cLarin .
in summer weights, price from S2.0' the' primary. on the early morning train Sunday
to $6 -for the gulf coast and may iprtoalyl. Jensen Fire Swept
Special prices in trunks and dress For Sale Cheap Fbr Cash extend their bridal tour as far as Early Sunday morning thi -i:u .-s
suit cases. About 88 acres of good high land on Texas. part of Jensen ws prasticai. ,iitd
JULI'S KLINE. the eastor ocean side of the Indian river Wood For Sale out by tire, which .staltLet ii! a .-na.1
Titusville Fla. at the Narrows, described as follows: store, sweeping every building i uca-
Lot No. 3, section 35. alsolot No. 3, sec- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- by including the railway station, carn-
Soda Fountain for Sale tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39 ing and harrowing. See or address J. ning factory andseveral freighlt ars.
east. This land is unimproved but tine- W. Jamison. Titusviile. Fla. Heroic work saved about thirty cats
With charging apparatus, glasses and I' located. For further particulars ad-. b c o th out of tca
32 feet coil. asopeanut roaster. Ad- rss E. M. Lo Drayingby shoving them ot of the way. A
dress G., STAR office. Brockton, Mass. praying all quantity of goods were .-avet.


SDraying or hauling of all kinds prompt-


Nearly all the buildings were injured
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Orange and Grapefruit Trees Standard Sewing Machine a ded t trains. for small amounts, but nothing near
I H. E. HOLTON. the loss sustained, which in many in-
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high The best and lightest running on the Titusville Fla. stances represented the hard earned
hickory hammock. Free from white market, dmos both chain and lock stitch
fly. One year to two year old buds. thesamemachine. Canbefurnied The Alpinsaings of the owners for years.
rieOne yearom 25 to 35two y ear old budl-. -ith either rotary or vibrating shuttle.
Prices from 25 to cents. Carefu pot cash prices or easy installment Titusville. Fla., F. A. Lsley, man- For Rent
ly packed and deliveredat Oak Hill terms or rented. ager. On the European plan -furn- Taylor cottage or suits of rooms furn-
station. J. W. GRIFFIS, INDIAN RIVER Music HOUSE. shed rooms and quick lunch. Cen- ished for summer.
Shiloh, Fla. Titusville, Fla. trally located. Mas. F. M. TAYLOR.


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ate o 2w, a total asof a 711 resl

2% Woma's Christian T.pe.r
:s .U n Umio of Pesacola wants the
city c meil to pass am o'clock an
lew law for the beos of Paminal wus-

Flah siMpment. from the port of
Pastf- rda for th week ending
STusday aight amounted to eme car-
l a8d Ia bulk a" 113 barrels. aggeat-
tag 65.W poU5ds,
wbct? ye7 6 mea of Plant City
have erelled their v-s omsa ap
pmaentionl to Adjutant General Foter
to he admitted ma a company of thOe
ftrida StateU 0PI.
.andy Ro d bert a armor n ar Gou.
man, Texms, as a horme whhl eats
Sckbeaa feathers and all, as ftst ma
he tcha s a them. He also raids beas
e" anad eats the eggs.
Fire of unknown origin early Tues-
day moralng destroyed the pleat ad
staM es of the Galiesville Ice Compa-
my. Loms abo t $P.M. The plant
will mbe result at oace.
SThe large ways of Mege Brothern
near Wrt Myers. together with some
strehM close by. were destroyed
Sb ire last Tuesday. The loss Is
tally 20. with no inauraac


During a mad-dog scare in Clayton.
N.. J., the town marshal shot three
dogs and was gunning for more when
a pap came and tried to make friends
S whereupon the marshal went home.
Tampa is to have a new hostelry,
Sto be known as the Hotel St. Nicholas.
At the head of the company which will
invest more tha $40,000 in this enter-
prie are J. M. Harvey and J. R. Ta-
tu.
An important event in Ocala last
Saturday was the unveiling by the
members of Dickinsm chapter. Unit-
ed Daughters of the Confederacy of a
agunlficent Confederate monument on
the court house square.
Bananas are coming into the local
market by the wagon load and ere
long the banana crop of Orange coun-
ty will be counted among the manv
fne fruits that have already made
our county famous.-Orlando Report-
er-Star.
A postofice will shortly be estab-
lished at Islamorada on lower Meta-
cumbie Key on the Key West exten-
sion of the Florida East Coast Rail-
way. This is one of the new towns
that has sprung up, following the ad-
vent of the railroad.
Port Matanzas is fast crumbling to
ruin and unless repairs are made at
once the old landmark will soon be a
thing of the past. The walls are rap
idly disinteregrating and will fall of
their own weight if not strengthened
at a very early date.
Deeds transferring the plant, prop
erty, franchises and all rights of the
Pensacola Water Company to the
City of Pensacola were executed a few
,lays ago, the city paying to the com-
pany the sum of $1S7.500. The deal
for the purchase of the property was
made several months ago, and the
transfer was to have occurred on Jan-
uary 1. but this could not be done by
reason of the fact that the city did not
at that time have the money neces-
sary to take over its first public utility.


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all usnll I nat Dla Kne Pllh i-the
advie a stla ead c mime ad asig tm a-
one- a-w.y
ber candW asr
Fageo bym all dmms. Prisn emt.
0s18-MbM-m CO., aIela, New York, adle
a b ht Ir the Unitld Siama. bemembelr t
me-Dem'--end tri w ether.

The Cr s eamers Ice and Cold Stor-
age Company of Key West ha offered
to tarish the city with water for the
standpip at the rate of $fber 1 .-
s gallonr The proposition was ac-
cepted, and the city attorney authoriz-
ed to draw up an agreement for five
years.
A northern gentleman who has trav-
eled extensively in all parts of the
United States and who thinks Orlando
the bet city n the world recently
built four nte dwellings n tis city,
the combined rental of which will
bring him $150 per moath.-Orando
Reporter-Sar.
There wll be peaches i Volusla
county this summer, but nothing like
the crop of a year ag The drouth
and the scale have cut the crop short.
The scale has played havoc among the
trees in some orchards. There wil be
plenty of this fruit in market, but not
so cheap s It was last year.-Volushi
County Record.
I Nathan Roberts has been supplying
our market with some very 0me Irish
tatoes, raised n his garden on the
Hogh tract. Using but 309 pounds
of fertliser, he got 1 I b s to the
acre, for which he receives $2.40 per
bushel, or over $450 to the acre. This
crop wa matured in eleven weeks
without rain or irrigation.-Volusda
County Record.
The steamer Crescent carried 2.40V
barrels of potatoes last week out of
Federal Point and is going out loaded
with the tubers from that place each
day' this week. This is the season
when the money is pouring into the
pockets of the potato farmers on the
east side of the river, most of whom
use the Federal Point dock for ship-
ping purposes.-Palatka News.
The pineapple, orange and vegetable
growers of St Lucie county are re-
joicing over the big rain that came
Wednesday afternoon, after the most
prolonged drought in the history of
this section. There had been a few
tantalizing showers a day or so before.
but the rain Wednesday was a gen-
uine "gulley washer" and was worth
at least two hundred thousand dollar-
to the fruit growers of the county.-St
Lucie County Tribune.
The Builders' Supply Company of
Delray. shipped from that place last
Wednesday the first solid carload of
pines cf the season. the fruit going t ,
Ietroit. The shipment sold f. o. t.
Deiray at $2.50 per crate. This is the
earliest in ;"ason that a carload cf
pineapples h. from [eTlray .and probably the earliest
in tue history of the industry on th.
Kast Coast. The earliest previous
shipment of a carload lot was the 29th
of April. The fruit this season is of a
\ery fine quality and the indic-ations
are that the crop will be a large and,
profitable one.
There is a well authenticated rumor
that work on a small scale will l.e re-
sumed on this end of the railroad ix:
the near future. Rumor has it that the
Grampus will be sent here to close ulp
the gap between Trumbo Island andl
the grade on Key West. and after that
is completely she will be moved to the


gap between Stock Island and Boca
Chica. The closing of these two gaps
would give about twelve miles of com-
pleted roadbed. ready for the track.
It is more than likely that after this
work is done that a construction train
with a number of flat cars would be
sent here and the track laying would
begin. With the aid of a train the road
could be completed through to Pine
Key before next season by a very
small force of men.-Key West Citi-
zen.


Geermer Hlf m i d h efred a re
1 a ofS the amdmren ee
some at p the u s parY er par-
Use whe d wtup thestretc a is
Flnn AgMU IL2 Thin anst
addedto the ramonts oafered by the
city and street car company of $2J
it i believed that s result may be
seared.
L. W. hai r. proprietor of
Bear Head Farm brought In a wagos
load of eme bananas today and had no
trouble in disanns of every bmch.
The banans are of the Heart's Choice
variety and are of very Ae qaaty.
The banaa crop in Florida is appeal-
ing more and more to the growers ad
several will make it a special crop this
year. Mr. Shanibarger has bad won-
dertul success at the Bear Head Farm
and others could do the same. He
wi have about ten thoumad bchesb
this year and the Income derived will
be considerable.-Orlando Reporter
Star.
A drunken row at Fort Lauderdale
last Saturday night had a tragic end-
mg. The fight was started by a man
named A. W. Wells who became gry
at some remark that was made ad
started in to me his affe on the
crowd. Two or three were danger-
ously cut; finally Wells was knocked
down, being struck by a heavy oak
club in the hands of an unknown par-
ty. The injured men were takes to
Miami where Wells died, following an
operation performed early Tuesday
morning. The deceased lived at
Pompano and is survived by an inva-
lid wife and four children.
It is very reliably stated that Gov-
ernor Broward has decided to appoint
and commission the Miami Fire do
apartment band as the Second Regiment
Band, F. 8. T. and that the appoint-
ment will be made within the next day
or two. Thi inirmation Is from a
private source, but entirely reliable.
Recently the Secnd Regiment Basl
a Tampa radiation, was mustered
out on account it is said, of tinemfienc
and since then strong pressure has
been brought to bear upon the chief
Executive by several band organiza-
tions and their friends for the commis-
sion of ofcial Second Regiment Band
and it was after due consideration that
the governor is said to have deter-
mined on the Miami band.-Miami
Metropolis.
Pedestrians on avenue B yesterday
afternoon were a bit frightened by
seeing a monster black snake squirm
across the street while at the same
time a well known young man mount-
ed on his wheel and approaching
the snake made a frantic effort to dis
mount his silent steed literally threw
himself from the saddle. Spectators
thought he was doing it to avoid get-
'ting too close to the reptile, but not
so; he wanted to capture it, and after
getting back on his feet after falling
from his wheel he made a frantic
dive for the snake and grabbed it just
back of the head. A few carressing
strokes about its head and the mon
ster quit its squirming. The youne
man then re-mounted his wheel and
rode off with his pet, seemingly more
proud of it than he did or -his accom-
plishment in making the capture.-Mi
amn Metropolis.

Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough
aemedy
People everywhere take pleasure in testi-
fying to the good qualities of 7hanmberlain's
Cough rnemdy. Mir. Edward Philips of
Bacby. Md.. writes: "I wish to toll you that
I can recoaniend Chamberlain's Cough Renm-
edy. My little giri Catheriue who Ls two
yeras <4d. bha- been taking this remdy when-
ever she had s cold since she was two months
old. About month o I romtnteda dread-
ful cold umyelf, but I took ('hlnuberlaiu's
Cough Remedy and wascsuon as well as ever.'
This remedy is for sale by Tituaville Phar-
mary and all dealers.

Federal Judge Sheppard at Pensaco-
la yesterday made permanent his tem-
porary order restraining the striking :
street railway employes front intertlr-
ing with the operation of street cars in
that city.


s 100 ewuarel 100.
The reader- of this paper will I ,ple:..td
to learn that there i., at it ast ,un dlrea-dflul
disease that science ha-- b ete able to cure ini
all its stages. andthat is (atarrh. Hall'. < (a-
tarrh Cure is the only positive cure known
to the medical fraternity Catarrh ieing a
ronstitational die-.ai. rtqluires a: c,,-stitu-
tinnai treatment. HaLll'S Catarrh clure is
taken internally. acting directly upon the
blood aud mucous surfates of the -yr,-t-u.
thereby destroying the foundation f the dit-
e:se. and giving the patient strength in
building up the constitution and aisi2ting
nature in doing its work. The propiri.torb
have so much faith in it ,curative iMwcrs
that they offer One Hundr*.d I lllars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes-
timonials.
Addren. F. J. CHENEY .x ( C.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the h et

Baby won't suffer five minute u ith er..iupi it
yoe apply Dr. Thomas' EVectri" I oil at oti-e.
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,P8G50FTHEr An Important"ARRIVAL" LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's: LOCAL, GOSSIP 3, J 5


'. PRESENT WEEK AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains in Every Department I;i AND PERSONALS 1;

_"i" IN TOWNOne MONDAY MAY 11, 1908. i

_ "'l" Pungent Totes Pertaining to Events of.the "recent arrivals" in Paragraphs About People that positively China silk guaranteed, good heavy to wash quality, 2711, 'j Something About the People of Titus- : 4 t
town should be of interestto
Ao, Transpiring About Town ; you. Of interest personal to you because Travel Here and ThereDr. inches Golden wide brown, special taffeta 59 cents, good per heavy yard. }i vine as They Come and Go s'' t..'

'Have you tried a grape punch, 5 cents'I;destined to affect, intimately and favorably Miller, Dentist, Titusville. quality, 36 inches wide, every yard i Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug '
Y i at the Banner Drug Store. '' your personality, your "out- Prof. Joe Fielding left the latter guaranteed, special $1.25 per yard. Store for cold drinks and ice cream. r t ...

Boys' Khaki knickerbocker pants, :ward. appearance"This "arrival"to has yeur come fellowmen to part of last week for points further I Same in navy blue. t The home of Mr. H. A. Carlile, at '

? 75 cents per pair at Branning's.Miss :help in difficult business north. Black taffeta, 36 inches wide, every!Yamato, in Dade county, was burntto

to, Lillie Banks Tarver, from Sil- ;deals-to you increase many your self-respect New shipment of children's bare- yard guaranteed, Monday only, $1.00 I the ground a few days ago. .:

ver Springs' here visiting Mrs. Ra ,and selfconfidence.The foot sandals just arrived at Bran- per Children's yard. ribbed hose, Queen's I Still another large shipment of I

= bun Battle. "arrival's" name is A Suit of ning's.Mr. Own, worth 25 cents, special 15 cents I' Panama hats just arrived. The s w
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& Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and Clothes. Please call and get acquainted Baldwin is improving his cot-! sizes 6 to 9-!,. swellest the coast for $5.00. At )

daughter, Miss Grace, expect to tage with a new coat of paint, Mr. Ladies' belts, in all the latest styles, Winston S. Branning's.Mr. .
c leave next Thursday' for their homein WINSTON S. BRANNING Bethea doing the work. worth 75 cents, special 59 cents. : V. R. Sanders, of Miami, ar- I .
New York., Ladies' white handkerchiefs, every rived in town Monday and will spend l
Up-to-Date Clothing House Mr. Dell,of the Sanford Chronicle,
thread guaranteed linen, special 8 a couple of weeks here and .
While,on a trip to Indianola with and attorney-at-law, was in to.wn last at his
his launch this week, Dr.J.E.Miller Titusville, Florida week and called at THE STAR office cents each.Children's. former home on Merritts Island 4

disposed of his pretty little boat and --- Saturday afternoon.Mrs. velvet grip garters, The Travis launch was up from Co-
returned home via rail. To Prepare for Fourth of July special 19 cents per pair. '
coa Sunday with J.A. Haisten, Theo.
Gay, who has been on an extended White linen, 90 inches wide, specially ''
4 t Mr. and Mrs. T. Johnson returned The citizens of Titusville are requested visit here with her step- good for skirts, worth $1.50 per Travis, J. C. Gibert and Frank Brac- .

home last week from a pleasant two to attend a meeting at TilE daughter, Mrs. G. E. Pritchett, returned yard, Monday only, $1.00. co on board, returning same after- ,

weeks' visit with their son,Mr. T. A. STAR office next Wednesday night, to Georgia Wednesday.Mrs. Ladies' silk gloves, elbow length, noon. ,
,Johnson, and family, at Palatka.If in black and Mr. Henry L. of Philadeli -
white only, special$1.00 i Davis
May 13th, to take action in regard to : L. Wetmore left yesterdayfor ...
you want the best shoes go to Jacksonville, where she will spenda per pair, all sizes. phia, trustee for the F. P. Hassler =
Branning's, the largest line shown having a Fourth of July celebration week with friends, sailing next Ladies' white oxfords, made of tract of lands in this county at Av- ;,
on the river, for the whole family, All parties interested will please bearin Thursday, the 14th, for New York to best quality of linen, plain toe blucher erill, was in town Tuesday looking ; i

fi all standard makes, every pair guar- mind the day and let this meetingbe .spend the summer in East Orange, leather heel, special $1.49. after the redemption of these lands \ ." _
anteed. a representative one. J.Mr.. Figured lawns, entirely new lot, sold for taxes. :
IN. specially good for house dresses and
v The editor of THE STAR and wife We wish to call your attention to
< Ed. E. Knox spent a Sunday dmonas 6
% cents yard.
per j
Suit to DispossessSuit the advertisement of Rollins collegein
expect to leave this Friday afternoonfor recently in Fort Pierce, visiting Mail orders promptly filled on any
,
this issue of THE
STAR. Rollins is
St. Petersburg-on-the-Gulf to at- was brought before JusticeB. friends and greeting old acquain- of the above goods.
: tend the annual meeting of the Flor- tances. The News of that place : Titusville. one of Florida's foremost and popu-
says JULIUS KLINE
R. Wilson by Dr. J. S. Daniel lar
colleges, and you will do well to ..
ida Press association. "This was his first visit to Fort Pierce (
Mr. C. T. ---- -- -------- this
Wednesday to dispossess patronize institution.
The Fort Pierce News of last week! and was surprised to find such a good Church Notes '
states: "Mrs. Neva Hanford left Massey from Palmhurst hotel. The< town. Rumor has it that Mr. Knox Mr. Royal C. Dunn, candidate for '.
Fort Pierce Friday for St. Augu- plaintiff was represented by JudgeD. < has his business eye scanning the Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on railroad commissioner, was making .

stine, where we understand she will L. Gaulden, and defendant by; scene." Sunday next at Indianola at 10:30a. many new acquaintances in this sec-

take a hospital training course as a Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford. The Prof. S.J. Overstreet left Monday m. and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. tion Saturday. Mr. Dunn was sec-
Dean Robottom will hold service in
retary of the railroad commission fora
nurse. case was tried by the following named for his home in Sylvania, Ga., but
St. Gabriels church, Titusville, on number of years and should be in
Mrs. C. J.: Denham and her,sister, jurymen: C. J, Denham, S. J. Norton -I will the probably return to take chargeof Sunday morning, May 10, at 11, and position to make an effective commissioner. : "
Miss Sophia Smith, left Sunday on Titusville high school in Sep- in St. Marks church Cocoa Sun- .
J. D. Ennis, D. B. Pritchard, I tember. Miss Teeter Miss Miller on s
the 2:30 a. m. train for Augusta,Ga., day evening at 7:30. e
to two months' vacation at the W. Mathers and F. A. Losley. I and Miss Whitacre left Friday and We are informed that Mr. Clinton
} t old spend home. Mr. Denham follows the Dr. Daniel took the stand and tes-i Saturday for their respective homesin Services at M. E. church-Rev. B. Herrick, of Troy, N. Y., has con- 4
; F. P. McCall will preach in Titusville tracted for the of
purchase ten
Rex and Melbourne. It is prob- some
first of June for a month's vacation tified in his 'own behalf, and Mr.
able too that they will be returned Sunday at'll a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,at acres of fine orange grove property
The Ford model S. roadster, men- C. T. Massey and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. here another year. Mims at 3:30 p. m., Sunday school at from Capt. W. H. Sharpe,of Sharpes;
tion of which was made in'these columns B. Massey for the defense. each place at 3 o'clock, pray ermeetingeveryWednesdayevenino this, however, leaves the captain his

a few weeks ago; is expect Law points were lively discussedby Death of L. G. BrainardL. at 7:30. home place and quite all the grove
to arrive here next week and Indian the attorneys and the evidence on There is a place and a welcome for he cares to look after at his stage in
River Music House will probably one side contradicted the other side. G. Brainard, one of the pioneer

take the Ford ,agency for Brevard I The jury retired and rendered a verdict residents of Indian river, died at his you.Rev.. J. B. Hawk, just returned life.Mr. .
'c county. in favor of Mr. Massey.Mr. home at Valkaria on April 29th from from where and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and
he
left his
Chattanooga,
family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Se-
lockjaw, caused by sticking an or-
brother
much
better will
preach at
,
Attention! John A. Fiske's Apology ange thorn into his fobt. The body St. Pauls M. E. church, Eau Gallic, bring, Mr. and Mrs. R.T. McFadden \II
"- and family, all winter residents of
taken to Melbourne for
was inter-
v4:; There will be a meeting of the Progressive COCOA, ,FLA., April 21st, 1908. ment. on Sunday next. Daytona, well known to many living
Culture club Monday after Indian river have left the .{
Geo. S. Singleton, Rockledge Fla.: on past
noon at 3 o'clock. All members are Hotel Property Changed Hands 1
week for the north to spend the I
sum-
SIR-In regard to letter of "Si" Hopkins Murders Two Men
requested to attend as this will be your
The Indian River
hotel property mer, except Mr. McFadden, who ,
the last meeting for the summer the 19th wish to state, in justice to Henry alias "Si" Hopkins, of Mi-
at Island
Ga.
passed into the summers Tybee ,
of the Ti-
possession
yourself and family, that I retractor
and there will be business to transact. ami has been held
E. B. WILSON, Sec. ( to use plain English,) take back for the murder of tusville Hotel Co. Wednesday, when Mr. C. K. Maddox and daughter,
any statements I have made in regard J. Walker and E. E. Stafford i in Messrs. A. A. Taylor and S. H. Peck, of City Point, were in town Mondayand

New Wharf BuildingA to your relations with your North Miami last Friday night,whenhe of Rockledge delivered the deed to Tuesday and were quite delighted ,
family and make you a public apology shot down these two men in cold with Titusville. Mr. Maddoxowns
substantial wharf some 400 feet for any wrong I have done you, this property in person. Some of: one of the largest groves in the
in length is being built out into the either intentional or otherwise. blood. Hopkins is well known on the furnishings of the hotel, which City Point hammock and some twenty j

river in front of the Messrs. Battles' I further state that I have not had the east coast, having been a promi-: the former owners took from Mr years ago resided here. He has spent

residences just east of the Titusville any moral backing in regard to these nent baseball pla>er. The date for Bast on rent account, are still owned the winter at his grove and will probably -
Lumber Co's. mills. It is presumedthat statements from any man or woman his preliminary hearing has not been remain here this summer, although -
this is to facilitate shipping lumber and shoulder the entire blame my- set and he has little by them, the other furniture in the j he has made Georgia his home
via boats from these mills. self. The only defense 1 will makeis very to say to hotel passes to the new company. I for a long time. THE STAR acknowledges 1-
anyone. Neither has he as jet en- --- of
real -- call
"W./' that my meaning in any of receipt a pleasant from
& Valuable Property at Legal Sale my statements have been misunder- gaged counsel. Marriages in Titusv Hie I them.

i; At, commissioners sale Monday, stood,family for no one in in this higher section holds Gov. Broward------Here-Monday At the residence of the groom, in |I White Mountain ice cream- freezers ,

,:r? rule day for May, the two-story brick your than I do. any respect North Titusville, last Friday night, J i Ladies' white waists, button front t
kf"4 building 'on Washington avenue, Governor Broward delivered an address Capt. P. Nelson and Mra. Rye were !! Euchre and whist tally cards 1,
known as the Losley-Renaker You and I may differ in regard to at the court house Monday quietly married by Rev. Wm. Stones. [: Pearl buckles fort ash belts
prop- t
u' erty, was sold by virtue of a decree politics and personal opinions, but, in morning and engaged the attentionof Following the ceremony, which was FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES:
spite of all that, I am only I too will- (1 knives. forks
in partition and was purchased by a rather small but attentive audience -I witnessed by a few of the immediate Mincing Weeding
t ing to make this public apology to Sad iron handles. Stove pipe enamel
f for a little over two hours. He friends of contracting parties, there
( Sir. F. A. Losley, one of the part-
CIIAS. A. GARDNER Thone
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( correct any wrong impression my I recited at length what had been music and refreshments : ,
: ners, for the sum of $6,200. Included accomplished was were
4 r: in the sale were all the furnishings statements may have given root to. I since he took charge of I served. There were present Mrs. Key West Made Happy
JOHN A. FISKE. I affairs the state's chief P. C. Nelson Mrs. \
: fittings, etc., belonging to and as executive Anderson, of :
.:: being in the said building, known as -- I and then dwelt on measures that he ': South Titusville, Mr. Jeppe Nelson There is great rejoicing at Key
'.. the Alpine hotel. This was one of Fine Monday Offerings of Men's would work for if elected to the U. S. Mr. and Mrs. Augu Ne'son, and West over the discovery of a thirty- ";
the most important legal sales made Clothing senate. j Miss Minnie Nelson, of Sunbeam, al- :. five foot channel from deep water to
f[; J in this county for sometime. The I Men's Princely shirts, stripes and The whole address was a conservative -I, 54) Capt. and Mrs.;: C. F. Fischer and the Key West harbor. The existence a t
_{\ commissioners were Messrs. W. S. figures and polka dots, this is one of one and dealt with facts in an Mr. Jacobson. of such a channel has long been claim- t
:r.:"' Norwood, G. F. Duren and E. B. the best shirts on the market, special I able manner. From here the gov- ed by Commodore Beehler of the
-, Wager. I 50 cents each. ,ernor spoke at New Smyrna that af-I I Mr. Geo. W. VMHX! and Miss Eva naval station and it has remained for
; We will also place on sale about i:'i ternoon and at Daytona at night. Windham were quietly married at the the United State government engi-
C Palmhurst's Special Rates 500 pairs of odd pants, in blue serge I:' His time is hilly taken up with appointments -!| Baptist parsonage, by I ev. \Vm. neers to actually!1 mAe known the location I

Beginning Monday, May 11, Palm- and light and medium dark patterns !'I up tj the date of holdingthe t[Stones, last Saturday night and left of this channel. ,

hurst will serve merchants dinner ort in summer weights, price from S2.00 I primary. i i on the early morning train Sunday
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[ luncheon at the price of thirtyfivet to $6.00. I, : gulf coast and may probably i .
} ; cents. Table d' hote dinner servedat Special prices in trunks and dress For Sale Cheap Ft>r Cash I' extend their bridal tour as far as i Early Sunday morning the businesspart .

6 o'clock at the price of fifty cents. suit cases. I About 88 acres of good high land on{ Texas. ----- --- : of Jensen was practically wiped
f; A ticket for three of either of these JULIUS KLINE.TituavilleFla.. the east or ocean side of the Indian river'; Wood For Sale i out by fire, which started in a small:
meals will be sold'for one dollar. I at the Narrows, described as follows: I store, sweeping every building n ar'j'j
.!,: : ---- Lot No. 3, section 35 also lot No. 3, sec-! Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- by including the railway station, can- ,
f-; >" Soda Fountain for Sale I tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39>I : in? and harrowing. See or address J. ning factory and several freight cars.
Bargains in Trees east. This land is unimproved but finely -' : W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. '.
With charging apparatus, glasses II located. For further particulars address : Heroic work saved about thirty cars
Fine lot2-yearold grapefruit buds, 32 feet coil aLso peanut roaster. Ad- I! E. M. Low, {' -- --- -- by shoving them out of the way. A r
:. Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 dress G., STAR office. 1 Brockton, Mass. Draying small quantity of goods were fcaved. :,
:":, cents each, $25.00 per 100. -- - --- --, i i Draying or hauling of all kind5 promntj Nearly all the buildings were insured

J. B. BEACH, Orange and Grapefruit Trees ] Standard Sewing Machine j i ly attended to. Meet all trains. for small amounts, but nothing near r
West Palm Beach, Fla. H. E. HOLTOX.i I the loss sustained, which in many instances -
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high I t The best and lightest running on the : Titusville, Ha.l represented the hard earned J
market, does both chain and lock stitch I .
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hickory hammock. Free from white
Photograph Gallery on the same machine. Can be furnished J JI L\ savings of the owners for years. ,
One The Hotel '
fly. year to two year old buds. I Alpine i
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A' Go to Faust, the photographer, on I with either rotary vibrating shuttle. I --'-
Julia street, for artistic photos. All Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully -!| Spot cash prices or easy installment t"} Titusville, Fla., F. A. Losley,man.! For Rent
work first class and promptly attended packed and delivered at Oak Hill terms or rented. 4 ager. On the European plan-furnished -.i Taylor cottage or suits of rooms furnished .
l '\ to. Crayon; pastel, water colors and station. J. W. GRIFFIS, I INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE. 1 rooms and quick lunch. Cen1 -. for summer.
I I oil paintings a specialty. Shiloh, Fla. Titusville, flaw j 1 trally located. j MBS. F. M. TAYLOR. 1

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; r ; :ITEMS, OF NEWS ru E Rff IU Governor of $250 Broward for the has arrest offered and a conviction reward -

of the unknown party or parties 11P
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: r F s- ffl FAR FLORIDA who shot up the street car in

;.!t..J. j.f Scores of Florida Citizens Have Pensacola on April 21. This amount

it: Learned It added to the amounts offered by thecity
: .K ':j --, fiat is Being Done Toiirds the DClelopment and street car cmopany of $250.00

,. If Buffer from backache.
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It is believed that some result may be
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of the Peninsula There one way cure
; : Alert business men -
.j appreciate
ci.- The perfect way is to core the kidneys.A secured.
.1'. <&. The State Bank of Bowling Green bad back means sick kidneys. Packard Shoe ,
Neglect it, urinary troubles follow. E. W. Shanibarger., proprietor of s
'1 ,, will open its doors for business on Doan'4 Kidney Pills are mad for kidneys Bear Head Farm brought in a wagon They find them both Mfitable -

t.' 1i-:J ..,.;.. :s.w.-" .>'.-.. April 30th. only.S. B. Lemons eigarmaker. living'at 1311 load of fine bananas today and had no and durable. Built

?: -_ 7:.? A new line of steamers will be inaugurated Ashley Street. Tampa Fla., says: "I used trouble In disposing of every bunch. on right lines, from selected -
; m In a few days between TamJI Doan's Kidney Pills and they cored me of
backache and disorder of the kidneys. Twoor The bananas are of the Heart's Choice materials they havea

" E pa, Mobile and New Orleans. three times on account of the pain in my variety and are of very fine quality.
1: lends distinction
{ back I was unable to go to work for several style that
19'. 'i. The new registration of white voters days. The secretions of the kidneys were ins The banana crop in Florida is appeal- the wearer. Our aMA

fili : In Duval county for the coming very bad condition dark in color and if allowed ing more and more to the growers and 6 .to
! [ to stand would become of the consist- stock is particularly
Democratic:: primary totaled 2028. this new
h _, ency of jelly. I tried various remedies taking several will make it a special crop :

.w;; tr The express office at San Mateo what seemed like gallons of medicine and I year. Mr. Shanibarger has had wonderful o attractive.
also plasters but nothing at ?
put on helped me
f1i {:' ;. was robbed Thursday night, the thief all until I got Doan's Kidney Pills upon the success at the Bear Head Farm

t ;: L. .. smashing a window and getting away.fa advice of a friend of mine and using them according and others could do the same. Hewill
to directions they cured me in a very have about ten thousand bunches and $5.00 in all stylesJULIUSKLINE
. ; With 20.. short time." Sold at $3.50 $4.00

<.. The citizens of Orlando have decided For Sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.FosterMilburn this year and the income derived will ,

:I.. t It to raise a fund of $5,000 to carry Co., Buffalo, New York,sole be considerable.-Orlando Reporter-
for the United States. Remember the
the agents Star.A .
on an advertising campaign for i
, ... rti 7i name-Doan's-and take no other.
> Lauderdale
i :t:y:: season of 1909.k I drunken row at Fort

t ;. ; A mockingbird whistle has last Saturday night had a tragic ending
y huge
l 1 {; The Consumers Ice and Cold Storage -
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started by a man
I : !:. been Installed by the city council at Company of Key West has offeredto The fight was

:'-!0 --t.. .. e- '>' 1"l DeLand which will take the place of furnish the city with water for the named A. W. Wells who became angryat
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-ii: ." ".. some remark that was made andstarted
},;.-7 the old fire alarm bell. standpipe at the rate of,$80*per 1,000"1 .- -
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the
in to use his knife on
r )., & i 'Up to date suits aggregating $74,000 000 gallons. The proposition was accepted !
. crowd. Two or three were dangerously -
have been filed against the Tampa and the city attorney authorized cut; finally Welts was knocked FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL

1 .1 Waterworks Company as a result of to draw up an agreement for five
? down, being struck by a heavy oak
the big Ybor City fire on March 1st.Miami's years.A .
r TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14 1908
club in the hands of an unknown par-:. ,
northern gentleman who has trav- .
New directory shows
f city
.5 :' ty. The injured men were taken to No. 99Dally No. 29 No. 78 No. 98
"" white I eled extensively in all parts of the MAIN LINE .,
that the Magic City now has a
". Miami where Wells died, following an Daily920am Daily Daily
E population of 4,495 and a negro population United States and who thinks Orlandothe performed early Tuesday 610 pm ._..-...Jacksonville.Ar 7 35; pm610pm 84- am
operation II 2fI pm 10 S5 .a Ar.._St.Augu,5UR..Ly 7 aft am
.. .. of 2,816, a total of 7,311 persons. best city in the world recently morning. The deceased lived at'ompano 7 S2 pm 1143am123pm LT_East p.i.' .___Ly 60& pm 623 am
built four fine dwellings In this city 912 pm LTLT_-OrmoDayton Lv'21 pm 444 am
The Woman's Christian
; t Temperance and is survived by an Invalid 835pm1010pm 136 pm _Ly S Of pm 4 SO am
i Union of Pensacola wants the the combined rental of which will 220 pm LTLT ..New" SmyrnaLv 230pm 355am
= : wife and four children.It 1118pm 339pm412pm __TltnsfUle__ 114pm 234 am
;r city council to pass an 8 o'clock curfew bring him $150 per month.-orlando UOOnt1104am Ly Cocoa Ly U 32 pm 157 aID
is very reliably stated that Gov- 415 pm LyRoclr.ledge--Lv 122HPD 149 am
p j 4 law for the boys of Pensacola under ReporterStar.There 12 39 am 4 50 pm Lr_Eau G&ll1eLy 1164 am 114 am
9'/ ernor Broward has decided to appointand ..... _...
12 411 am 600 pm LT .Melbourne uLy 11 44 am 103 am
18 years. will be peaches in Volusia commission the Miami Fire department 2 50 any '100 pm LT........_Fl. Pierce.__ 965 am 11 16 pm904pm
.'' county this summer, but nothing like 600 am 904 pm ArWest Palm Beaca..-..... 7S8 am
fish from the of
4-' shipments port band as the Second Regiment .38 am 10 46 pm LT.--...Ft. Laaderdale_ 658 am 721 pm
Punta Gorda for the week ending the crop of a year ago. The drouth 736 am 1145 pm Ar ..,.....,,.Miami VVV .,.,, Lv 500 am 820pm
4.l, Band, F. S. T. and that the appoint +10 00 am .760 am Ly_ I Uaml .__Ar.10 pm 1300 pm J
r Tuesday night amounted to one car- and the scale have cut the crop short. the next jll 00 am *10W am At..lioni'e i >tead-? ._Lv .2 10 pm \i oo pa f
havoc the ment will be made within dayor +3 00pm Ar__Knight's Key Dock_.Lv ._.............. 11000 am V
load in bulk and 158 barrels, aggregat- The scale has played : among This information is from a
t two. Dally except Sunday. fSundays and Thursdays only. Tuesday aDd Saturdays only. J
e "' ing 55,600 pounds. trees in some orchards. There will be
private source but entirely reliable
., plenty of this fruit in market, but no* PALATKA BRANCH .
Eighty young men pf Plant City Recently the Second Regiment Banda
so cheap as it was last year.-Volusia 'av. EAST PALATKA Arrive I Leave PALATKA TO Arrlv*
have enrolled their names on an application Tampa organization was musteredout EtPalatka >
County Record. TO PALATKA PaUtka PaJatka EAST PALATKA P aka
to Adjutant General Foster account it Is said of Inefficiencyand -
on .
(20: am _No. 46 Dall, __ 550 am.5 -a'; ==So. 47 Daily------------S16 au
:;, ; to be admitted as a company of tho Nathan Roberts has been supplyingour since then strong pressure has 6 vs am925am _*o. 48 Daily_ 645am945am 800 am .........No. -iii Dally............ 620 am1136am
with fine Irish _S.,. w Da\ly_ 111& am __So. 61 1161Iy...._.. ._.
t, Florida State troops. market some very been brought to bear upon the chief 11 Mam405pm _No. 62 Daisy_ 1210 pm 260 pm _No. 68 pm
} 1? potatoes raised in his garden on the several band organiza- __...No.54 Dally..,.._ 425 pm 430 pm _No.1 6 1..uJ.I.I.
Sandy Roberts farmer near Gorman executive by
a (OSpra7R5pm _.No. 56 Dally_ 525 pm 706 pm _N0. r.7 pa
Texas has a horse which eats Hough tract. Using but 300 pounds tions and their friends for the commis- '. .., -No. M Dally 800 JIm _....._.No. 69 pm

4 of fertilizer, he got 190 busels to the official Second Regiment Band SAN MATEO BRANCH
4 'y .. chickens, feathers and all, as fast as sion of _
'' he catches them. He also raids hens acre for which he receives $2.40 per and it was after due consideration that Leave East EAST PALATKA Arrive I Leave i SAN MATEO TOPALATKA Arrive JA..tPalatka

bushel, or over $450 to the acre. This TO SAN MATEO Mateo San EAST I
I nests and eats the eggs. the governor .is said to have determined jM.t e. | PaUtk. *

,_ crop was matured in eleven weeks on the Miami band.-Miami 830 am _>_No. 49 Dally__ 850 I.ID I gOO ami_ _. .No. 60 Dally.. .. __ 93Uaa t,
AT) Fire of unknown origin early Tuesday Volusia I15pm ............!'. S3 Ially?_...._. 3t' Jm S 40 pm ',...u........No. 64 Dally........ 'I:+ 400_
t without rain or Irrigation.- .
morning destroyed the plant and Metropolis. 1'1.' .21 1o.19 No.17 MAYPORT No. 18 No..22 I Ne. J4
County Record.
t: ;I stables of the Gainesville Ice Compa Pedestrians on avenue B yesterday Dally I D&l11 DaIly BRANCH Daly Daily I Dally
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The steamer Crescent carried 2,409barrels
ft Loss $3,000. The plant afternoon were a bit frightened by
ny. about lloopml2oopml.9uamLy..Jar.ksoDTIile-Ar 700al& 799 pm !0O pm640pm
'1 t' will be rebuilt at once. of potatoes last week out Qt I seeing a monster black snake squirm 240 pm ,1024 am Lv.'ebIOBeacb..Ly 670 .m T, 140 am ,i 30 pili 1 i i655pm

i II, The large ways of Menge Brothers Federal Point and is going out loaded across the street while at the same __ 719pmI500pm,1045cmAr.jl02llamLY.AtlanUelieach.Ly; ayport.LY 615am eoo&m' Utoaa tiBeae5llpm'OOM

I- with the tubers from that place each time a well known young man mounted No. 3 No.1 No.Z No 4 JlCo. I Moo 10
tit t;;' near Fort Myers, together with some Daily Daily OnaC.City BraDd. Daily Dally Dally 8eaterdirsash bail7
day this week. This is the season
storehouses close by destroyed on his wheel and approaching ex.SUB ex.Sua. ex.Sua. eX.8ulI .S. Sua. ex.10..
were
i : by fire last Tuesday. The loss Is when the money is pouring into the the; snake made a frantic effort to dis HOpm 900alll Lv.New Smyrua Ar. IUJIm 1001'10 1100 am Lv TltaSVIY.Ar. U 10 pm
,:-b of the potato farmers on the 3"pIII:: 1035 am Lv.Lake Iielen Lv. 1211 pm Ulpm 900 am l.8&Afor41 931iam3i1GpID
t' ; :' fully $2,000, with no insurance. pockets mount his silent steed literally threw 1050am Ly.OranleC\tyLv.1UOplD .10pm _.._ _..._ ...__. .........
r east side of the river, most of whomuse himself from the saddle. Spectators I :J.I) m llcsam Ar.Oral1l:a City JC IU6 i>m 400 pm _V4. .

Ci. : During a mad-dog scare in Clayton,. the Federal Point dock for ship thought he was doing it to avoid get I Con",ee.aOUIi made at 1I&tkte. Key D.Q for K.f' W..,sod H.veae.

N., J., the town marshal shot three ping purposes.-Palatka News. close to the reptile but not I .,-The.. TIMB TABLES show the times at which trains m.,1M eq.c4.d M ".-
k : dogs and was gunning for more when ting too rho and d.part from the Hy.rall'-Uo.a; bat their arrival 4 Bartaro se.4h..lmastated
The pineapple orange and vegetable so; he wanted to capture it, and after It Cot geara.teed,ear does the Company b.141t..1t ,......lI M for say dolar
.
} i:, a pup came and tried to make friends or aay eoa iaoBco arising thorofrom.
growers of St. Lucie county are rejoicing getting back on his feet after falling
S whereupon the marshal went home. Tor Copjror tho Local TMO Card or Other laferaaU**
: [. over the big rain that came from his wheeel he made a frantic 8JET13 THE A.QEI r, .
t f' is have J.D. RAHNER AstUUat Qeiund PaSt..Art. AUHJ3T1NE FLORIDA
Tampa to a new hostelry, Wednesday afternoon after the most dive for the snake and grabbed it just ST. ,

4 I 'to be known as the Hotel Nicholas.. prolonged drought in the history of : back of the head. A few carressing

[ At the head of the company which will this section. There had been a few ; strokes about its head and the mon ,- -- -- -- -- ----

invest more than $40,000 in this enter .
tantalizing showers a day or so before. ster quit its squirming. The young "' -i :.'_ : ":., '_ ,-.v" -
prise are J. M. Harvey and J. R. Ta- but the rain. Wednesday was a gen- man then re-mounted his wheel and l

tum. uine "gulley washer" and was worthat rode off with his pet seemingly moro !

An important event in Ocala last least two hundred thousand dollarto prow of it than he did 01 ais accomplishment Mothers-

Saturday was the unveiling by the of the Mi
the fruit growers couoty.StLucie in making the capture-

members of Dickinson chapter, United County Tribune. ami Metropolis. Look out for your Children's

Daughters of the Confederacy of a The Builders Supply Company of
magnificent Confederate monument on Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough Health while 'they are young.
Delray. shipped from that place last Remedy

the court house square. Wednesday the first solid carload opines People everywhere take pleasure in t tiTyinsr -

is Bananas are coming' into the local cf the season the fruit going tJ : to the good qualities of Cbambt>rlain.s

market by the wagon load and erelong Detroit. The shipment sold f. o. b: Cough[ kemtdy. Mrs. Edward Philips of [1ll1a 1I1ll1
Batchy, Md.. writes: "I wish to tell you that : f
the banana crop of Orange county Delray at s i50 per crate. This is the I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rcmtdy. .
My little girl Catherine who is two
will be counted the
; among manvfine earliest in season; that a carload of 'years old. bah been taking this remedy when

V fruits that have already made pineapples has ever been shipped ever she had a cold since she was two month TRAtan MA"K.

our county famous.-Orlando Report from Delray: and probably toe earliest old.ful cold About myself anwothagoIountrutedadread-but I took Chamberlain's Is a great medicine for children. It keeps their liver activein

k er-Star. in tue history of the industry on the Cough Remedy and was soon as well as ever.: a mild gentle manner, you win see a healthy color appear
A postoffice will shortly be estab- East Coast. The earliest previous This remedy is for sale by Titusville Pharmacy on their cheeks, and illness for them will be a thing of the past. t
and all dealers.Federal .
- lished at Islamorada on lower Meta- shipment of a carload lot was the 29th \
A Positive CureFOR
' 1 cumbie Key on the Key West extension of April. The fruit this season is of a Judge Sheppard at Pensacola

f of the Florida East Coast Rail- err; fine quality and the indication yesterday made permanent his tem u"1 CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND:

a t way. This is one of the new towns are that the crop will be a large and porary order restraining the striking FEVER, MALARIA DYSPEPSIA "

; that has sprung up following the ad profitable one. street railway employes from interfering BILIOUSNESS, AND ALL

t vent of the railroad. There is a well authenticated rumor with the operation of street cars in LIVER .

Fort Matanzas is fast crumbling to : that work on a small scale will be resumed that city. :.". Y Mrs. J. f
,; :... Hopkins Manchester
i ruin and unless repairs are made at on this end of the railroad i II: V.: \ % Kan. writes: "I

t once the old landmark will soon be a the near future. Rumor has it that the sloe Reward fclOO. have used Herbine for
f I The readers of this paper will be plea.< r V( years,know no better for
thing of the past. The walls are
rapidly will be here to close V
sent
I Grampus up t
N to learn that there is at least one dreadful tchillsandfever, headacho,
disintegrating and will fall of the gap between Trumbo Island and disease that science has been able to core in V biliousness,etc. My children -
j all its stages and>that is( urrh. Hall's Catarrh .
i their own weight if not strengthenedat the grade on Key West, and after that Cure is the only positive cure knownto .- s} aro never sick. I will ,F

a very early date.in is completed she will be moved to the the medical fraternity Catarrh being a use it always.
constitutional dbcas*. requires a cnnstitu a l lI
t. the between Stock Island and Boo PRICE 50c.
Deeds transferring plant, property gap tinnai treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure i is !

franchises and all rights of the Chica. The closing of these two gaps taken internally acting: directly upon the
blood and of the I ( \
surfaces .
Pensacola Water Company to the would give about twelve miles of completed thereby destroying mnrons the foundation of the system diserse. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. t

City of Pensacola were executed a few.Ia's roadbed, ready for the -track and giving the patient strength in

i ago, the city paying to the company It is more than likely that after this building up the constitution and assisting 500-502 North Second st., )
nature in doing its work. The proprietorshave
a the sum of $187,500. The dealt work is done that a construction train so much faith in ito curative powers, ST. LOUIS MO.

with number of fiat would be that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
for the purchase of the property was a cars
; case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes-
1 made several months ago and the sent here and the track laying would timonials.

1 ; transfer was to have occurred on Jan begin. With the aid of a train the road Address F. J. CUEXEY & CO.. Toledo O .
Sold by Druggists. Tag
uary 1, but this could not be done by could be completed through to Pine Hall's Family Pills are the best Sold and Recommended bySJtoro

}. reason of the fact that the city did not Key before next season by a very r

'; at that time have the money necessary small force of men.-Key West Cit Baby wont suffer five minutes with croup if Titu.sville Pharmacy and
you apply Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at once I
to take over its first public utility. zen. It acts like magic. Banner Drug


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7 'Y-<< zt Proving 'Hi* Mo" .. A Lesson In Grammar.In I. O. 0. F. Grand Officers. Words of Praise -,

** Over-Work Weakens
itrv, exclaimed! the millionaire certain mountainous region the

-e. !}.sf.CN' t.b jop\waiit\ : ,this morning teachers are appointed with little ques- Your Kidneys. The Florida Grand Lodge of the In- For the several Ingredients of which Dr.Pierce'3 '.

dependent Order medicines are composed,u given .
of Odd
*pnj Fellows in
again } ask for
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,.,,:til ; your tion concerning their grammatical by leaders In all the several schools of ., t

.iHw.J.. ? -" ;:.if" ';Mid .the poor but ambitious_ orthodoxy. Occasionally, however, a Unhealthy Kidney Make Impure Blood. annual session in Jacksonville elect- medicine should have far more weight 'It

'',' 7i{:. k wave of school reform sweeps through ed the following officers for the en- than any amount of non-professional tes-

:ri1 f ?M ea't 1 told you six times over the valleys and undesired examinations All the blood In your body passes through suing year: Grand Master Dr. B. C. timonials. Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription e

\.. tjr:ar mangy: dlfferept days tbatMt fi are thrust upon embarrassed ped your kidneys once every three minutes. Abernathy; Deputy Grand Master, has THE JUDGE OF HGszsTT: on every I ;

:. 'f? F"aetof. the question? What do you agogues.It The kidneys'* are your bottle-wrapper, in a full list of all its ingredients -
r bloodpurifierstheyfil- George T. Self, Deland; grand warden.A. printed In plain English.If '
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bothering me In this way2'fuYOit was'during one of these periods of f-
ter out the waste or H. D'Alemberte, Pensacola; grand you are an Invalid woman and suffer .
:ttte making a nuisance of Intellectual discomfort a
that
: your- the following I from
t 8elt1' impurities in the blood.If secretary A. M. Cushman, Gainesville frequent headache,backache,gnawlug .
<
: sentence was given: "The bird dJstr in stomach 1;
they are sick or out ,periodical pains
i..fJ.' ; 'i' 1f 1 seem to be more persistent than flew over the house." Accompanyingit of order,they faIl to do ; grand treasurer, George L. Bran- disc a, catarrhal pelvic drain, .

: ..:l ':.' :.jdrcuinstances warrant I must insistmil. was the query, "Is flew a regularor fi their work. ning, West Palm Beach; grand representative c1raggi /down distress in lower abdomenor

r-,. :, .7.. ;--t.yOQ, sir, are to blame. an irregular \"erbr Pains aches andrheumatism Thomas C. Watson, Pensa- pelT'*, perhaps dark spots or specks I

.* ,*MeP: shouted the come from excess dancing before the.eyes, faint spells and '
indignant old man.. One teacher after another shook his cola; trustee of the Gainesville sani- '
kind ral caused female weak
,, *I understand bead of uric acid in the symptoms by !
"
: :; : don't. you."There" hopelessly despite the slow. blood due to neglected tarium for six years, J. W. White, ness,cXfthcr derangement of the feminise
said the man who loved his thought inspiring fashion in which the Wt/
:' kidney trouble. Jacksonville. The' next place of meet- organs, can not do better than take
( daughter as he pointed to a motto over examiner repeated the perplexing fact Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady Dr. Pier/e Favorite Prescription .

:j .,. ; f' ':the banker's desk. -is my excuse forcominc hat "The-bird-flew-over-the- heart beats and makes one feel as though ing will be DeLand the date being the I The sfcital( ,surgeon's knife and operating : _

'1 ,: here day after day, 'if at first house." they had heart trouble because the heart is third Tuesday in April, 19091. [ tali/mar be avoided by the timely ;ruse

,'" ": you don't succeed try. try try again' Finally a man rose in the rear and over-working! in pumping! thick, kidney- of favorite Prescription' such .. '

;' .. Do you believe in that sentiment:, or with the assurance of one who puts poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It Mr. W. K. Vanderbilt Jr. accom- cases. Thereby the obno 'fens um'n-
used to be considered that jtjons antphvsicTan tr + Prue ofd fa amt y .
have you put it up there simply to de- his trust In logic and a practical knowledge only urinary panied by his two friends Messrs. rcaSl tr iI .
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, can be avoided anda '1 -

celrepeople2" i. of natural history, he volunteereda but now modern science proves that nearlyall Sydney J. Smith and Robert C. Watson nrseo[ !becessfuitreatmentcamedou ".

After he had scratched his head solution. Said he: constitutional diseases have their I 'P 'ft von to
beginning all of New York arrived here n iSj yj i .J
awhile the mean old plutocrat said: "If that bird which flew over the in kidney trouble. Prescription i*com posed o( the very best

"Yes, I believe in that I haven house was a wild goose it went in a If you are sick you can make no mistakeby from Havana Wednesday afternoon native medicinal roots known to medical I
science for the cure of woman's
peculiar
succeeded yet in making you understand straight regular line so the verb Is first doctoring your kidneys. The mild aboard the Vanderbilt yacht Taran- ailments, contains no alcohol and no

.t that my daughter shall not be- regular. But if it was a peck wood and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's tula. The Herald man looked up the harmful or habit-forming drugs. '

come the wife of a fool but I am goingto that flew over the house, then it wentin Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is gentlemen and did not hesitate to Inquire Do not expect too much from "FavoritePrescription"It
soon realized. It stands the highest for' its will not perform miracles I
keep on trying till 1 do! Good morn- a crooked zigzag line and so the! wonderful cures of the most distressing cases the object of their visit as he ; it. will not. disolve or cure tumors. ..""
ing!" verb is irregular" Ko medicine will. It will do as much to i
.
and is sold on its hoped it meant railroads, harbor im )
And that time he did it-Strand All but the grammar bound exam- establish vigorous health in most weaknesses .
all
by druggists : proponents and all sorts of great and ailments peculiarlrlncldent. to
Magazine. iner were satisfied with this sensible cent and _
women as any medicine can. It must be
things for Punta Gorda. But he
and rational explanation. Youth's You was
t es. may given a fair chance by perseverance In ill

What the Cat Had. Companion. [ sample bottle by mail Eom et s*.mp-iuxx. assured that the party came only fora use for a reasonable length.. of !

The teacher of the Sunday school I free, also pamphlet telling you how to find few days' tarpon fishing after which Yo"yf""n't i "- nM tn ". ,thl.t

class was telling the little boys about. Artistic Slips.It out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. they would return direct to New York. tram\t its om a substitute isle I ,IOn.. for
Mention this when Dr. Kilmer
writing
temptation and showing how it some- paper Sick women are Invited to
of lamentation
Is a frequent matter & Co., Binghamton. N. Y. The three gentlemen were very polite
times came In the most attractive form. on the part of artists that one or Pierce by letter,free. All
and pleasant and we hope they will is sacredly ;
ence guarded as
4 She used illustration the of Don't make mistake but rememberthe
as an paw their number may spend genius and any womanly confidences are candy."I
Dr. Kilmer's come again and stay longer. Punta
Swamp-root. Swamp-
name
a cat time on a piece of work only to taU professional privacy. :1
; Boot and the address, Binghampton, N. Yn Gorda Herald
"
ow. said she. "you have all seen conspicuously ic small detail on every bottle. a fierce, Buffalo, N.Y. ,

the paw of a cat It is as soft as velvet. There Is a story that one Royal academician Dr. Pierce's Peasant of"
A Happy Fatheris laxative and regulator 1
Isn't Itr"Yessum. gave a band five fingers and a I They invigorate stomach,
Drouth Causes Damage. soon turned to a sad one if he has to walk
I
from the class. thumb and that another painted a live bowels. One a laxative;
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the floor with
every night a crying baby.
"And you have seen the paw of a lobster bright red. (Gainesville Sun.) McGee's Baby Elixir will make the child well, cathartic. Easy' to Jake as :

dog?' The clever Goodall had been engagedin On account of the long, and continued soothe its nerves induce healthy normal ..... 1
slumber. Best for disordered bowels and
"Yessum. painting a number of laborers drag- drought which has virtually been f!
sour stomach-all teething babies need it. 771 Most J'ahlaJle Sit of Yacht and Soot-
"Well, although the cat's paw seems ging a huge; stone across the desert unbroken in this section for the past Pleasant to take, sure and safe, contains no B.iliiiltZ Boob net Published. .

like velvet there is nevertheless con when a man of science entering the harmful drugs. Price 25 and 50 cents per

;, :. cealed In It something that hurts. What studio said to him: "I say. Goodall. if eight weeks great damage has been bottle. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and RUDDERHOWTO J

wrought to all croos. both truck and Banner Drug Store.Torpedo .
Is ItrNo you want those fellows to pull that BOOKS ,

;t ; answer. \ stone you must double their numberIt staple, and it is discouraging to notice

!' "The dog bites." said the teacher, would require just twice as many: the parched condition of the fields Boats Target Practice Over Joro torts hive been trout from the fines
printed in these books- Successfully: : sailed to
"when he is in anger. But what does for the task" which, under more favorable condi- Under date of Tuesday the TimesUnion's every dime and upon every sea-FulI detail 'o!

the cat dor"Scratches. But it is modern Pensacola drawing of all parts, showing what h is and
not painters alone correspondentsays
tions, would now be green and flour how to nuke it-Text extremely simple.

." said a boy. who slip up on points of accuracy. shing. : The third torpedo boat flotilla, .t e
HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $SO
"Correct said the teacher noddingher Even Albrecht Durer la a scene! representing An official of the Tampa and Jacksonville composed of the torpedo boats Porter M foot m*nttma Lori;.TT 10...iIJ.1.._all (.Wmn .
..
Kml toe I- t. kara U timnin
bead approvingly. "Now. what has Peter denying Christ paintedone Jou.I. ciug a } i
,', railroad in referring to con Tingey Delong, Thornton and Blakely HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
the cat got that the dog basn'tT'"Whiskeral" of the Roman soldiers in the! act or .
and the parent ship Scorpion left the A llnhoot for 'Vrmrrti mil i. or "_1m. *b said a boy on the back smoking. Turner put a rainbow be- tions Tuesday, made the statement 1I.'ft'Mf..I.l.....erh.Jt.iaPxer

? -.eat-Home 3tag: ine. side the sun. and in another picture begot that the cabbage crop in the section Pensacola navy yard this morning for rig; 1.11'.x..b I pits nwt completed bou. '.
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r fearfully tangled in the ship's rig traversed by his line has suffered most St Joseph's bay, where they will con Kant -., .. nrrar MarkiM r"T 4-wjm I; a brio

Bible Blunders. ging.-Chicago RecordHerald.No seriously! and that the crop in the tinue their target practice for three to vinn-T....ra.<&AAM. "V acd.tatr.ta; ej to bald I.at- .

Some curious errors have crept Into section referred to, which is only a days. The vessels have already spent HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH
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... the Bible at various times, giving Simple ....* prvltral ......m r how t 0-""ct ft]>aa4
Use to Die stretch of about twenty miles south about four weeks at target practice hall luc_.til.u-j iMrfur. sereral.Werpiaaa
names to the editions containing them.
"I have found out that there is no use to from Gainesville will fall short atleast and last week came up to Pensacolato HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUTA
.. ....,
"Unrighteous" .
it' instances The :
Here are some : II:1 rw-Ml mn s good cabins me 0 a. r
the die of lung trouble as long as you can get Ir.King's one hundred carloads. give the men shore leave; but, on iris; ftoit Bible from misprint"the New Discoveiy." says Mrs J.l. White
HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL'DRAUCHT SLOOPA
unrighteous' shall inherit the of Kushboro, P%. "I would Dot be alive today The spring crop of cabbage, whichis account of the strike of the street car rl vr little,..*,(bust,.with BwJcut o wb.ad* Mmall

kingdom; the "Placemakers Bible I only for that wonderful medicine. It due later can withstand this men and the very disturbed conditionsof NIl pUa. ,
loosens up a cough; quicker than anythingelse HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHAMPIC
"blessed are the placemakers'peacemakers and cures long disease even after the drought but a week or ten days longer the city, the commander of the flotilla K*.?I*........-. ....;;. ..-10";jm.t the eitl fat a bob
); the "Printers' Bible "the case is pronounced hopeless." This most re according to authority of those ex- declined to allow the men to to togia web;,..&..built'0'ry clauapi,."" 1ieI limp ft gun

printers' (for princes) have persecutedme liable remedy for!coughs and colds lagrippe, HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under perienced In culture, which will mean come to the city. If the city remains complete dnrnptMMi of how te bands owdoliUMliMit
thetreacle" Bible. "Is there no'treacle' .. ..
Kill B rJ to Mil J Jr!
guarantee at Banner Drug Store. 50c. an almost complete failure of the cab- in the present unsettled state until the
;' (balm) in Gilead the "Vin and f1.00. Trial buttle free.
,
'egar" Bible. "the parable of the vine bage crop this year. vessels finish the target work they PRICE $1. EACH Lf

gar' (vineyard): the "Bug" Bible Photogrlfter. Conditions, while discouraging will go to Mobile, and there give the PKCFAID BY CXPKES3 ANVWMEMC

"tbou shalt not be afraid of 'bugs' shore leave. All BounJ in cloth:: Gold letterinz-Size of pas-
enough have not been so disastrous men of them were
Senator Stone of Missouri .
mad
once inches ur !
9 by II ;e clear/-tirawn: plan
t'f (bogieS' ) by night;" the "Breeches" Bible himself unpopular with a certain pho to the bean crop, although the crop recently paid off and have not had the .. 1
sewed leaves together THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
: ::1 fig
they
k tographer.; The latter individual appeared will stall short. Beans have startedto opportunity of enjoying shore leave
STRICT .
ft- and made themselves 'breeches thei'Idle" 9 MUHMAT New Yeas U. S A
; at the senators room at the move the first solid car shipmentover since that time. The officers at Ji'orts
i. Bible, "woe to the idle (idol, S'd ,star far Catalogue of Books for '
the "Wooden Leg" Testament capitol and announced that he was the Tampa and Jacksonville going Barrancas. Pickens and McRee are also I'acktsmam' Libia*). ..
and finally
f there to take Ston
a picture. expostulated : 1
i-- so called from the frontispiece forward Monday. They were consigned not allowing any leaves, but are
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but in vain. A few days .later .
depicting Satan limping with wooden by R. M. Chamberlin of Tacoma keeping all soldiers out of the city, on -- -
the photographer again appeared aniprrentfd

;.. leg."C -. the pictures and also a bill one of the most extensive truckers account of the strike. Lvrf

for $10. l nememberin how boneless in the county. ,
Just a Fish Story. Good for EverybodyMr. r a r.
w
was his argument against having the uesspurilyandreli-
c. We cannot refrain from recordingthe picture taken. Senator Stone decided It Norman R. Coulter, a prominet archi- ,- ) f, abitdyFef.y'sSe.dst
A Skeleton
curious of a fish that Living are in a class by them*
most capture would te still more useless for him to tect, in the Delbert Buildiuz SAD Francisco, t fi selves. Farmers
has come to our notice. The circumstance is the final condition of any child that has says:: "I fully endorse all that has been said s.5'a= 4 haveconfidence
t decline for them. So he wrote
to pay a of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It is / .
was retailed many years ago by \\'onns-if it lives. Think of having some- f-s la them because
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check. After the man's name was on thing in stomach that eats all takeas Jtood for everybody. It corrects stomach, know theyereliedup
of the au- your you caab
Mr. Heathcote, one great liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and
the check he wrote the word "Photo- nourishment. Nine tenths of the babies .r.a
thorities on the fens. A Mr. Richardson have! worms maybe yours has. Be certain efficient manner and builds up the system" Zk&1 on. Don't expert-
grafter. meat with cheap
ot .Peterborough was skating on that it has not by giving: it White's Cream Electric Bitters is the best spring medicineever I t' .y. + Ys seeds-yonr nretyliesinbayin -
When the rain presented the checkat sold over a druggists; ; counter, as a blood k I
all and is tonic \
;
the dikes when the Ice was very clear Vermifuge expels worms a kjll e
office for purifier: it is unequaled. 50 cents at Banner ,
the senate disbursing payment for the baby. Price 25 cents. Sold by Titus- seedssentoutby
and he noticed a large pike swimming he<< was required to Indorse thecheck rifle Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store.Garrick's Drug Store. a conscientious
In" front of him. The fish was terrified f 3? '- and tnistwonnyr
and write after his name, just < < house.
by the apparition and swam In front of as it was written on the face of tho A Clever Woman Detective. b'1 t i Farry's Seed Annual
! skater until it stopped from sheer Wit. for 19M to FKtfc. Address
the check the! word "Photo-grafter. (Leesburg Commercial.) + 5M.Ftutats atrsarMsll,
pat id Jarri-k occasion
exhaustion. The skater broke the Ice ou one paned
Louis Republic.: On last Sunday Mrs. Walker
morning
and took out the fish with his hand Tybuin as a huge crowd was assentLlins I

weighing : to witness the execution of ;i who runs a store on the corner of 50 YEARS
which proved to be a pike:
poundsit i U a story difficult A Limit to His Power. criminal "Who U, he?" asked theTT.tt :Main and Palmetto street, discoveredthat EXPERIENCE
twelve "'
curious liit"rijl Mwtf i is hand
y \ an((
actor of friend who
even for a fisherman or a local hkto- ; a accomp.inliil the room had been opened and
('(1 ilown from the time of James 1 him 1
rlan to MP London Outlook. about $40 taken from the drawer. The
Jam"s. iing in taut of {:\.tIOI>). aft "
... "I believe his name is Vowel. wa 1
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: plied to t'ae .rpnratinn for a loan. The tb? reply thief had cut a hole through the door
Disturbed.
Not corporation; fused The kill;:: Insisted. I ".\J." said! ( arri.k.I wonder whichof large enough to put his hand throughand

Nassau economic William Seniorthe was a frt CnglNhpolitical -tlllt'ntJut'st "Hat. sire you cannot compel 11';;." th? vowels! tie is. for there are rev turn the key. Suspicion pointedto TRADE MARKS r
"
of Lord lan, lowne at Lan. saul the lord mayor. "No. exclaim: t-ral.) .\t:11! events it is certain that I it one Henry Kent a young man DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS ..

ed James "but I'll ruin you and the is neither U I 1-! London Ac.
OUt"1'a5101l was nor SaturdayKeview. : about 20 oM.Irs.: Walker
years
and on
dowue<< House 1 city fore\rr I'll remove my courts oflaw. Anyone sending a nketrtl end description may
: jn!<.:i kly ascertain our opinion free whether ma
writing quite abstracted as J went to his boarding house, examined I
i busily
I niyv"rt itself and my parliament invention n profenbiy pxlentable. fommunica.tbtnctl.mutldentfai.liandt -
full of company when of his clothes which in hi okonPatents
usual, in a room some hung
Wiiu-hestrr Oxford and Oldest .
sent free. for
to or t<) Quite Natural. axenry: securing patents.Patents
Tom Moore<< was sinking The scratch I room, and there in the folds] at the tiien through Mann i Co. receive
I make n desert \Vestiaitister.. at ') "Of course. said! the tourist, "you spruit notice, without charge, to the

of his pen was not an agreeable accompaniment i thru think what will!! Iworae of yourMay know nil :ilx>iit the antidotes for snake ends cf his trousers she discovered"
and at last one of thecompany ] Scientific flttierican.
I it p!(;ye your majesty." replied l";h.'" some of the shavings which be had
asked very politely. "You are : A baadaomely illustrated weekly. T-argent dr.cularjon .
j Senior*" "No." I the lord mayor "you are at liberty to "Tertainly." replied the explorer. made and dropped as he cut the hole of any cieiiuflc foornal. Terms t3 a
not fond of music Mr ( remove yourself and your courts to '-W :I. when a snake bites you year: four .$L Sold by.ll newsOnalerv
it does! not disturb : I in the door. The boy was also fool
he replied. "but |' wherever you please; but. sire, there wlnt's the thins you do?" 1UNN & CO,361 BroadwiI". New York

t me in the least Pray go on. will always be one consolation to the I "Yell."Philadelphia Press. i..hlough to spend some of the mon- Branch once :5 F \VaahlD toa.l\. .

II I merchants of 1..0ndoD-y\ur majesty' ey which could be easily identified: 1 ;

Careful About Worry.A cannot take the Thames along; with I Relief from Rheumatic Pains He was arrested, plead guilty and was KILL THE COUGHCURE

physician recently attending a your: : bound over to the circuit under .
court
to see "I suffered with rheumatism for over two AND THE LUNGS
I patient whose bl1sllmll'aw --- -- I years." says Mr. l: laud i'urry. a patrolmanof bond of $100. The theft was an unfortunate -

him ronceming ber condition audgreeted A SmileI Key West FI... '"SI>mt'timH it settled in for HenrHe is i
words. "Mr knees and lamed I could step a
him with the my me so hardly
think there is any need I I & pretty hard thing to Mtvmpliah "henyou'rt" walk at ether times it would be in my feet hard working boy has borne a good WITH Dr. King'sNew :
Irving do you f blue, bilious and out of sorts. There II and hands M> I was incapacitated for duty.
, for any unnecessary anxiety about my | is a sure cure for all kinds of stomach and One night when I was in severe pain and reputation and furthermore it seems

wife--Argonaut j liver complaints constipation and dyspepsia. lame from it my wife went to the drug: store that be intended to use, and did actually i .i
i j'I Ballard's Herbine is mild, yet absolutely effective here and came back with a bottle of lhamberbin's Discovery
use a good part of the monevfor ,
| in all cases. Price 50 rents<< per bottle. Pain Balm. I was rubbed with it and
4 Guessed It. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner found the pain had nearly zone during the the relief of his sick mother. Mrs. /BOUGHS PRICE '

Guest (suspiciously eying the flattened Drug Store. night. I kept on using it for a little more Walker played the part of a good detective OLDS Trial totiS'fntAND
and the crlmpledheetsLook than two weeks and found that it drove the

pillows here landlord this bed Regulates the bowels: promotes easy,natural rht'umiti..waway. I have not had any trouble in the matter and also showeda ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. .

movements, cures tip8tion-I\l3n' from that disease in over three months. kind spirit in not
wanting to GUARANTEED
i t baa been slept in! Landlord (trtum' Regul ts. Ask your druggist for them. :Scents I For sale by Titusville Pharmacy aud all dtvil- punish SATISFACTORY
phantljHThat's what It', meant for! I 1 a box. i the boy after his guilt was discovered OR MONEY REF'UXDED."t






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SfeA4 THE FLORIDA STAR
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t .0F 1 P. H. Wright fight on disinfectant for GRANDPA SAY
STAB I
THE FLORIDA AND
PROCEEDINGS OF THE jail 3 86 WHAT GRANDMA :

E L L. Brady&Bro., mdse. for jail -_ 3 20
Entered st the postofliee at Titorville as It L: J.Dannsm, sopt. co.home______ 42 00 !e lw.
$ (L F. Daren meat for county borne__ 6 60 JS
+ E! L. Brady&Bro. mdse. for co. home 43 73 .
Pwblinher
SOU* B. W Cdltor and '
ger E L: C. L. &8Co.screens for co. home_ 15 00 > Etr 1 ;
Brevard county commissionersmet j .. baskets for co.home.. 656 =
+ PUBLISHED>>EVERY FRIDAY MORNING ________ That Pc-ru-na Is
at the courthouse in Titusville, E.: M. Stokes ferryman 5 00 LWT jg.s They Say
A. A.Stewart tax redemption ........ 2 40
'fit SUBSCRIPTION.!JSO PEa ANNUM May. 4, 1908,at 2:00 p.m. Present, A. A. Stewart cert copy of elec pre- Good for Coughs, Colds,
r
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ciuct boundaries 200
AdvertUinc Ktt s "*.n Uli*.l on R. A. Conkling, chairman; J. M. Os- ... A. Stewart cert ropy for state at'y. 140 : :. Bronchitis and Catarrh

; s .Yppl tlct.. Dan, T. A. Robinson and T.J. Cock-L. A.Stewart cert copy of sentence._ 3 50
F. }I.Taylor envelopes for co. comrs._ 21 44i. t'R
Unfair Election Methods shutt and J. R. Miot with A. A. A.Stewart making sched co. tress 300 .

Stewart, clerk; J. P. Brown, sheriff. 'itusville: Electric Light Co.. lights- 19 50
n Hon. D. U. Fletcher, candidate for J. E. Walker&Co. mdse. for jail___ 510
The minutes of the last meetingof
U. S. senate, has replied to Gov. ROAD FUSD
;
the board were read and approved.
=
E Broward's charges of being a paid The different road fund districts ag-

of corporations in a vigorous Bond of F. E. Love, for carrying a Tegate: the following amounts; t

attorney pistol, was refused; no reasons given hat. No. 1____________________ 209 22
manner stating that he has represented nut No. 2_______________..__. 228 20
j railroads and other incor- for carrying such pistol and insuf- hst. No.3__________________ 589 34
: : ficient fees. Dist. No. 4____________________ 400 55 p
porations with the same loyalty to )ist. No. 5..___________..__________ 2150
Bond of Lars Jorgensen, for carry- ..
their case as he had represented individuals GAME WARDEN FCND.
ing pistol Smith & Wesson No. 736
civil criminals ____.__
: w in cases or warden and banting licenses 4100
cal. 32, was approved and permit
in criminal cases, and that he was FINE AND FORFEITCBE FUND.

5 not under any obligation to any cor- granted. ]3, R. Wilson cnm.pros. in 00.j's. et. 457 V.u .
individual. Petition signed by Frank Foster, J.P.Brown 13593
poration or n 1090
Peter Bertelson and others
was pre-
T : To Gov. Broward's charge that hey conveying to reform school 11700 AVERY. s.
: the Fernandina sented for a public road, to run west cnm.pros.. in J. P. court_ 22 90
appeared against crim. pros.. in circuit court 5.85
from the river to the railroad tract
__.__________ ___ .
board of trade, when that body was ]For witnesses __ .- 53 90 "' ') ':--' '>C ; "''''--->J; ''''''''T1YQ
on the southerly line of lot No. 3, J. P. Brown rom. on fines__.__._____ 308 Good Heailh at Seventy-Seven.
1 desirous of obtaining a lower rate on .. _______
feeding prisoners 11200 Mr s. J. lUuftrOd, Union City,
section 11 S. 38
Tp.30 range east, IVm Roesch crim. J. P. court 4 78 !7itfil
phosphate and other commodities pros. in Te m., writes under date of Nov. 7,
said road to be opened or widened 10
that were then receiving a better On motion the board adjournedto lUlU, the following:

:, rate to Savannah than was given to feet without expense to the county. 1 meet again on the first Mondayin "On the 7th dyof February,lt35, \ l" {ji ."': '> ij 4l:1tj' ;
The rolls for witnesses in circuit if I live 1 will 1' :. 'i'lf.
pay i June at 2 p. m. e sevtatv-scven years .; t: :: "
Fernandina, Mr. Fletcher has replied :1". V;. '::: : .litl1Rlif'n /.
k. of age. I enjoy the best of health, $ ; ". *
court term 1908 .
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spring amount- '
:
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by reading a letter from the Treasurer's StatementMay thanks to Penna, and have not hadlu'toelJ Y t r : ; : .

Hon.Arthur T. Williams, of the Fer- ing to $247.50, were approved. County of sicknesssini'eI began usingIt .1 j1ERZ.' ';; r..::
Warrant No. in favor of 1st, 1908. L
trade that I 13,167 h'e .r MX years :t.J;(). ; ,
nandina board of stating '::
.
Mr. Fletcher T. A. Carlile for$20.50, drawn at the ]Balance cash on hand Apr. 1, "I rossider: I'J the grandest medicineon .

r lr to his best recollection last meeting of board of county com- 1908_______.______u______$12,833.46AmountreceivedmApr.,1908 e.-th, anti whenever I feet a little |I I I There was nothing: which eeeuied to dome
appeared and spoke at the meeting 7,703.58 b.i<,:v*:cv tius; .::of I'trnnar/uir.iengLt.'I much ..ood."I .
solely the missioners, April 7, 1908, having "I C3.do: as l.mch w..rk a4 I could
f in question, representing Total 20,537.04Less tried other remedies Imt did not
interests of Jacksonville. been illegally issued, was cancelled.The ] warrants paid in Apr. forty'f"'r.. :;u. I think! all old people, gain any flesh until I commenced taking

Those who know Mr. Fletcher personally treasurer's report, with de- 1908 and warrants delivered wli-, t'-' I tut; el ,; -of ace: should benefit your Peruna, with: built! me right up.I .

a : haknown him for posit certificate attached, was received to county commissioners their hid ib U/, u-in--; Ptruiia." have taken several hottC1.! but have

as we and checked up and paid warrants and board of public instruction in the Best Tart of His Life. not taken any now for about six reki.

years can bear testimony that thegovernor's _..____________.. 7,164.89 "I am serenty-three year*old. I never
destroyed. N r.J. R. 1'r'uc:, U. Cattaraugus.
charges are merely set up hand 1 expect to l-e entldyell:: or young
cash
Balance on May. N.Y. \vriU *4I nni not ell satiated -
Report of clerk of circuit court of : very
4 to trip the voter, and that they areas 1908________u_u_________ 13,372.15 with t1epi: <-turetli.it I am rending again, but I am thankful" for what j
fines and forfeitures during April, I runs: has done for me.
is held follows -
bombastic those set This amount as looks
I4: baseless and as you hut whoa tae rcauer at this
1908, was received. : if hecojUl only) realize that the Feels Ten Years Younier.Mr. .
'. forth by Mr. G. A. Morton against picture
in Indian River
i, Deposited
-- .. Report of county judge, of fines original suffered for forty-five years,the
Merz.I50.West Franklin
t Mr. Stockton for governor, all ol State bank, as per cashier's Henry
w before :and forfeitures in the county judge's certificate attached to be>.'of; his life, unlit your kind advice St.,Evansvlllc, Ic:., w.:., ... ""hen I :

which are dispelled as mist court during the month of April 1908, monthly statement and cash ai..t prescription cured him, he would first wrote to you I had bronchial trouble <-

the sun when the voter acquaints received. and checks in safe_______ 13372.15 k:iow from wbei't?the-e wrinkles came. for four years, and had tried several

himself with the facts as they really was The balances belonging to each fund X.xt month I shall: be eixty-six years doctors, but they could do me no good.'
Reports of Justices of the PeaceW. "
,' t exist. Mud-slinging and such accusations are as follows: old. I had pain and rattling in the chest, ;

f referred to should not be R. Roesch L. K. Myers and J. M. County revenue-General Nenous Prostration. cough, expectoration, especially at ;

as :Sanders were received. fund.____________________.$ 1,619.10 Mrs. Martha Avery, 23 Graham St., night.

: brought in to mislead voters, ands Report of clerk of circuit court oft County road and bridge fund 2,609.71 Ixominster,Mass.,writes: "I took Peruna, and can now say thatI

; will not if the voters will do a little Building fund_____n_______ 12.52 "Four year ago I had nervous pros- am entirely well. I feel ten year
x redemptions and purchases dur- Fine and forfeiture fund786.59
tration. I employed several doctors.One .
and investigating since using Peruna. I recommend
cautious thinking younger
road fund Dis. No. 1 477.80
their own account between now ing the months of March and April, Special.. .. .. .. .. 2 1,025.82 would say I had catarrh of the Peruna to all my friends, for

; on 1908,was received. u ,. u U .. 3 stomach ant bowels, another nervous- I was in bad condition."I .
and the day of the primary election. 3030.69
Tax collector's report of licenses U 4 1,177.23 ness and another enlargement of the am an old soldier and am eerenty-
: u 5 414.58 liver. My stomach was In a bad shape. seven years old."
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collected during the month of
Strong Endorsement Game warden fund._ __ .__ 2,158.31
-- who to Medicines Should
People Object Liquid Buy Peruna Tablets
Democrats April, 1908, amounting] to $41.00 Property of deceased persons
the Live Oak
i Recently for the state, and$23.00 for the coun- fund.____--________--___- 16.82
; strongly commended John Stockton'sidea County school fund._-______ 9.23
_:4r" of promoting civic leagues in ty was received. Special school fund "C"state

: Tax collector's report of poll taxes aid ____.___________uuu 33.75
Florida as an excellent way to get Low Prices for Lumber

i the masses of the people interested collected during the month of April, Total $13,372.15

1908, for the year 1906, amountingto
in public questions, so that our poli-
Impure Jblood runs you down-makes you
' which honest state and $50.00, was received, and checkedup
tics, upon an easy victim for organic diseases. Burdock TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO.Are
county government depends, might with the tax collector's stubs and Blood Bitters purifies the blood cures the .
builds
cause, you up.
r be put above the plane of mere sel- found correct. now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices :

fish office seeking. Tax collector's report of poll taxes Weekly Weather Report.
e
t< ; The Pensacola Journal warmly en- collected during the month of JtPITER FLA. Apr. 28. 1908. Framing, dressed four sides----------------- $ 15.00

-' doised what the Democrat said on April, 1908, for the year 1907, Comparative statement ol temperaturesand
rainfall for the week ending Tuesday. B and better Flooring Ceiling and Siding20.00
i the subject, but the Tampa Tribune amounting to $182.00, was received, 1908 1907 ,

;' promptly took issue and entered a and checked up with the tax: collleetor's DATE. MIX MIN MIX. MIX No. 1 Common ___ 15.00
stubs and found Apr 29 84 72 83 73
.. general denial. This was strange correct. 30. 83 71 M 72 No.2" ____ 10.00
1 from whichin Petition of W. R. Roesch, et al cit- May 1. 74 W> 83 70
enough coming a ..
paper : izens of Eau Gallie recommending 2..9 63 !M _75; Sheathing, dressed one side______ ______ ____ 10.00F.
every issue makes it a point to an- 3. 82 W W .1
: the appointment of S. B. Stewart as 4. S3 74 W 70
alyze and reprobate the office seeking 73 W 73
beef and cattle inspector for Eau 5 83 O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROMPT SHIPMENTS
't demagogue in our politics, and the Total rainfall for the week .33 inches
Tribune was very weak and ineffec- Gallie district was received and granted. Departure rainfall for the week minus ,:11imht6.

tive in what it said in answer to the Departure. rainfall since Jan. 1st minus ROLLINS COLLEGE

Stockton idea of civic leagues in Report of the sheriff to state audi- 5.>5 inches. 11. P. HABDI.

f the towns and cities of Florida. tor of fines imposed during the month Official in Charge."Down's F1or:1c1.a's: Oldost Oollogo

In reply to its criticism, which of April, 1908, was received and approved College,Academy.and School: of Music EIprf'1I1I108.1'ln.Art,Domestic and industrial -
said ointment cured me of eczema that Art.and Bu ine 4 seemed to come neither from the report showing $33.10 had annoyed me a lone; time The cure was Carnerie Hall and third men'*dormitory DOW going up elettrle light; team and
and ,. furnace beat;large faculty;perfect health condition; tine KTnanaitlaia. athletic field
fines .
costs.G. .S.W.llartbews, wi ;
head nor the heart, we are quite'content .rmant.lltJlun. cum tennis court.Rolf link. b.. e-ball and backet-ball tram champion lit ITIorid thl.
: I'iou\'r labor t>Uti tics. Augusta. Me. NearlTa quarter million dollars endowment moderate
W. Holmes was granted permis- year. : expense ;aebolanhlpeCharac'tor
to reproduce following from I Ii nvallable. ChrUtiao,but undenominational, stand forOu.ltu.iro
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sion to build a water break along i ---- _
4 the Bartow Record which puts the Conduct
' public road in front of his land under Robbins & Graham Go.
case clearly and forcibly: .. ext MM.ion begins October 7. For catalogue addrecs the President, j
idea John the same conditions and provisionsas
The Stockton has about
r _i a civic league is one of the best things the construction of a water breakin (Incorporated) Wm. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla.

; that has yet been suggested toward front of A. Z. Dixon's land. Paid-Up Capital |IS.000 -- -

' : educating the people to the knowledge For County Commissioner
; up The board ordered constructed This company owns lands in the PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTSuii'l
required if we would become sheds for the To the Voters of Brevard County
portable mules
valuable citizens and understand county Indian river country, on the St.

" f' public abuses and find a remedy for and for the road roller and J. M. Os- Lucie river, at New river and on under this heading f5.00jmhhshcd for I hereby announce myself candidate
:Biscayne bay until the first primary with an eztvption county commissioner from district
them. All this talk about it ban was appointed a committee to
making
, : I made of$:=.:141 for county commissioner No. 2, subject to the action of the pri
1 and strengthening a political machine look after the purchase of the mate- PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend and meml.ers of the school board. the U'e mary. If elected I will endeavor to

is not true. On the contrary rial and construction of the same. to l>f paid in ndvaoce. give the people a fair and impartial ser
- : it would enable the people to breakaway ---- vice. Respectfully,
for land list
, Claim of Mrs. Clarity J. Ragan for County TreasurerI
I i from political machines. If JOHN It. MIOT.
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every neighborhood had an organization Confederate pension was approved.The OFFKFAT am a candidate for county treasurerof

t ) where the people could meet following vouchers were ap- TITUS.VILLE AND MIAMI Breard county and respectfully solicit NoticeTo
the of all the the Voters of Brevard
voters at
and confer about public questions; proved and warrants ordered to be support County.
could read books and magazines and I coming Democratic pnrnan. Thanking you for past favors I aam
.! drawn for same. R. F. HATCH. beg to announce myself
as a
candidate
have some one to lecture to them at
Kockledge, Fla., April 15th, 1908. for re-election to the office of clerk of
times in two years time we would GENERAL: FUND the
circuit court of Brevard
have honest society and honest J. Mhan, county subject -
? gov- county vumwiionerS00 For County Treasurer to the action of the coming Dem- I'
ernment. All the that corpo- J. R. Miot ("OUntYl"Owm'r and uulraze 12 40 ocratic primary and would
thank
ration heap Stock- '* '. .. Courtenay, Fla., March 25, 1908. you t
papers can upon R. A. Conklinj:, 16 bO kindly for your support.

ton cannot defeat him. The people T. \. Robin*>n. 1100 To the Voters of Ircard County Respectfully :

recognize that he is as pure in his T.J.Guckshutt, .. .. 880 Having decided to announce myself as A. A. STEW ART., i

5 + public as his private life, and no man A. Stewart., accountant___ u____ 3000J. Say.Mi,I f I Live will bear big a noose as you! a candidate for nomination at the com- n For--Tax- -- !.
,. yes, rcr child if you dun t use Collector
and no paper has ever questioned the .P. Brown waiting on board___.____ 4 00 ing Democratic primary for the office of To the Voters of
'" private life and character of John A. A.Stewart minutes for publication 5 00 MAGIC WHITE SOAP.Rub county treasurer, I respectfully request Brevard County:

1 N. C. Stockton. He will be nominated W. S. Norwood, registration officer__._ 15; 00 Mac: on soiled parts leave them io your support. promising you that if nominated I herewith announce my candidacy for

_: ,: ; in the first primary. Of course II. &W.B. Drew Co.books for treas. of. 700 no wateronohcur.hickao'ie. if lI'o you bolhng tae MAGIC:no washboard WHITE and elected, I will fulfill the dutiesof the office If of tax collector of Brevard
.. .. iOA1'. \V iJ the office in the interest of the county. elected to this office I
Gilchrist will get everyote that the pens for elerk's of.. 1 O> ron cay us majio:has no rosia people promise -
Lke In yellow ; C'et to orderor of Brevard the to give my best services to
fO'p. your cnx er county as in past the .
whiskey men and corporations can J. P. Brown janitor_____nn________ 5: 00 send cs *4 10 for i box: of isO ;.e. cakes. when I was honored with confi- pie and trust I will .rf'Ceive their peo.
w 1 i f give him. But, despite of that, J.P. Brown, care of courthon..e ground 30 00 \Ve pay for%rci..t. Save the wrappers. dence. jour at the coming primary. support .

.1 Stockton will win by a great majority Wm. Maier painting jail and fence__. l.ifl 12 MAGIC-KELLAR SOAP WORKS Ld Very respectfully PHILIP H"WRIGHT.. t.

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-<. .' '.-', .. calendar. The bill provided PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTSContinued
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:" :/-> .:,. working
the roads
r- with convicts the
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products on state farms. This, in my
r :;i1YjJt.li ii For District
2. flss l es opinion, would produce as much revenue State Senator, 13th
: ,.;):;. for the stateas the present system does, I candidatefor .
hereby
announce myself a ?
r Voter and would in few TITTJSVIIiLE FLORIDA --j
: *of: the Thirteenth a years take from the re-election as senator from the thirteenth .
-Ctef Florid state the business of dealing and bartering t

,-<: t1I dl" "i\Bein' a candidate for that in human beings. It is well known subject to senatorial the action district of the of Democratic Florida, Pure ice manufactured from distilled f: .' ,
;; ; people have rich in ,
many
$ l t for the district composed grown party at the approaching primaries.F. .
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'._.j*::m'J- to, set" IA1cieae for your consideration counties, leasing victs. and sub-leasing.. the state con- M. HUDSON. water. Prompt deliveries to all points" i. ,]j J':

{if..m as a member of the house off Railroad BillsI ,For State Senator, 13th DistrictI -!
JJlgMieDtttiYes for the last twelve sucvOoBRv0fyearB A. S. Piatt '. .
taoBgate ori the'together issues. rates at 2% cents per mile; a bill requiring state senator for the thirteenth senatorial ;
J.j ,'" separate windows for the sale district composed of Brevard, { H I ,
?t: | 'Who is John W. Watson? of tickets, one for white and one for St. Lucie and Dade counties, subject tothe

SI was born and raised in North Caro- lack people; a bill requiring separate will of the Democrats as expressedat KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE H i"?

"., ,pa, At the age of 15 I went to Louisiana cars for white and black passengers: a the ensuing primary.J.. ;
f".. where for 18 months I cut cord hill permitting the railroad commission W. WATSON.
., : wood, and then drove a team of mules. to have authority to look after the physical ::BUggy Type :.1 i
r conditions of all railroads in Florida For Tax Assessor '
I afterwards secured ; '
a position>> in !
a
_. country general store for six months at a bill placing telegraph companies in I respectfully announce myself as a HIGH WHEELS, SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREAD ;
salary of $-1.00 charge of the railroad commission; a
week
and
board.
I
per candidate for re-election as county tax
then"returned to North bill to better protect conductors, engineers $B7fJ and
Carolina, but assessor. Trusting my work has met : u.p 1
and other .
left again when I employes, and a bill
; was 21 years old, taxing the railroads $10 mile on all your approval and thanking you for S Free W. P. UNDERWOOD Fort Pierce Fla. 4
coming to Florida where I married and trackage. per your support,,I. remain yours truly, Catalogue ,
have remained ever since. I lived atI W. H. HALL. I

Kissimmee Fla., for 23 years where I Temperance BillsI .

started in a small way in the hardware I For Member School Board, 3rd Dist.I EAST COAST LUMBER SUPPLY CO. '
business. I moved to Miami about three : voted for a bill regulating the'saleof ,

L years ago and am now in the hardware. whiskey and prohibiting.selling to announce myself a candidate for re- :,
:r;; business in Miami. I minors; a bill prohibiting the sale of .nomination as member of the school ,
}" That I had the respect, confidence whiskey in dry counties; a bill to punish .board for the third district, and ask the DEALERS IN .1 I-'
'-<1 and good will of the people of Osceola the sale, gift or exchange of intoxicat- support of all if my past record as such '

is shown by the fact that they elected ing liquors to drunkards, when written ,.haS been satisfactory. I have been a i
t- me county commissioner for four years notice objecting to the same had been 'resident of Brevard county for 34 years.E. Lumber and Building Materials 'i! 1 F

1;$' and representative in the state legislature given; ; a bill prohibiting the shipping of 'I. B. ARNOLD.
whiskey into counties that have voted
ct: for ten consecutive years, and it J
OF ALL KINDS ALSO CRATE MATERIAL
,
t$ was always the cattleman, farmer and NoticeI ;

I' i.fruit:. grower that elected me. should I believe be that supreme the,will and of if the whiskey people is respectfully announce myself as a Yards at TltnsTille Cocoa, Eau l Callie Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach l' '

Legislative Record voted out of the county it should be candidate at th .next primary electionfor We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders "'.1 :
have kept out, and I am willing to submit all re-election as sheriff of Brevard
In the legislature I always endeavored for shipment direct from the mills i .'
public questions to the whether I would appreciate the earnest
1.'" to pass laws that would bene- people, county. *
fit the farmer, the mechanic or laboring It t be temperance, drainage or county support of all our people. 1 'iI'I t
division and will be found Yours truly,
upholding
man advocating and supporting labor them in their decision. JOSEPH P. BROWN. VrWr NNNir1WNriVI W"Nllffl f t :
g lien laws, laws to prevent cattle stealing -
and for better country schools and State Insane .
'J! school houses. AsylumFor For Member of County School Board i'1 't

the past ten years I have given We, the many friends, announce the
: Primary Election Laws considerable: thought and study to the name of J. N. Chalker, of Rockledge, HARDWAREJas. ;

I introduced and passed the first primary insane asylum of our state. Have Fla., a clean, straight, capable man, as ;; .
made several visits there candidate for member of the '
law ever had m Florida, so as to investigating county .
the condition and treatment of the school board for this the second district : .-
' give every man a chance to vote his poor 1. ;
! choice. unfortunate inmates. That there has and ask the support of all good
been considerable friction between the citizens at the coming primary. )
.r. Railroad Commission management and some of the inmates, MANY FRIENDS. Pritchard & Son : ;

I voted for the bill creating the railroad no one familiar with the situation will ; ,
[ deny. I am told that for the past few For Member of School BoardTo

,. voted commission for their measures and have in the ever legisla-since years proved.Unfortunately, .the conditions have greatly im- the Voters of Brevard County, Handle the Finest Lines of 'f

..d ture. 1 respectfully announce myself as a <
under our constitution -! candidate at the next primaries for school
< and Shelf Hardware
the in control of the Heavy
Game Laws people asylum board member for district No. 1. .I
I are always politicians and usually have shall appreciate the support of alL '..
Knowing that the wild game in Flori- friends to reward them t
by positions -
, ( da belongs to the citizens of the state and enemies to punish A. J. CARTER. '
by removing -
;: and believing that it should be protected good,kind hearted and efficient men.I Our Stock of l
I introduced and passed the present believe that the asylum should be For RepresentativeI ;

game laws, fixing a penalty for killing under the control and ofa
management '
respectfully announce myself as a I
1 game out of season-fixing, a license for board of directors, composed of three candidate: for representative in the leg- Guns and Sporting Goods -.
non-residents before hunt in
they can eminent physicians one lawyer and one islature from Brevard county, at the
Florida. This license tax is a source of business man, and if elected will work primary election to be held May 19th. is complete at all times i
much in counties.
revenue some along these lines. My platform is "The will and wish of

Pension Bill the people of Brevard county. I haveno
Bills I Voted AgainstI pet schemes, and,if elected,will only

;. True The it pension carried bill a large met appropriation my approval, voted against the division of Dade go Thanking as your representative.you for your support" I remain Paints and Oils of Quality ;

but as the bill was gotten up by a committee county: Yours truly,
composed largely of old soldiers, 1st.-Because over 1,500 men in Dade JOHN HOUSTON.

: I was willing to give them what they county, and many of them living in the _no __ __ one of our Specialties
asked for. The Confederate soldiers part asked to be cut off, petitioned me,
that the county not be divided. For RepresentativeI
;, are now getting old and are dying very asking t
fast, and I shall always favor making 2nd.-Because it was no issue in the am a candidate for represenative
., their last days on earth as comfortable campaign and the wishes of the people and respectfully ask the support of all Quotations for large or small orders will

as possible. were not known. Democratic voters in the coming pri
3rd.-Because I thought it too much mary. Very truly, be given personal attention. :Mail Orders .

Local Dade County BillsI of a responsibility for any one man to R. B. STEWART.For solicited and promptly filled i1

introduced and passed a memorial to assume.hundreds of Any thousands proposition of acres involving of land

congress asking that the homesteadersin and the interest of thousands of tax Supervisor of Registration TITUS TILLE \
be F -J JIYN
the storm district of Dade
county paying people should at least be discussed To the Democratic Voters of Brevard County.
permitted to have and use all timber interested before
t that was blown down on their respective by the people taken.If I am a candidate for renomination by } wmmM\
any hasty action is the of Brevard for '"
homesteads by the storm of 1906. This Democracy county
I shall
-, memorial was immediately certified to elected to the the senate wishes, of the en- the office of supervisor of registration.If t
deator to find out peo- -- --
our representatives in congress,and the and I shall be nominated I promise a continuanceof the annual in 1909 the board .
this subject governed I Until meeting
ple APPLY FOR
upon faithful of the dutiesof NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
department has long since issued orders a performance
accordingly and I sincerely hope of directors will consist of F. S. Battle, L. A.
giving the timber as asked for, and it that the people who petitioned me last the office. Soliciting the support of LETTERS PATENT i Brady E. B. Wager. J.S. Daniel and Geo. M.
was worth considerable to the parties I divide the all if) the primary, Robbins, of whom Geo. )[. Robbins will be
not
interested. session, asking that I am very respectfully, Notice is hereby given that application will president, F. S. Battle, vice president; E. B. .
Recognizing the great importance of county, will not vote against me now W. S. NORWOOD.For be made to the governor hr the stit of Florida Wager secretary, and L. A. Brady,treasurer
for complying with their request.I at Tallahassee on the twenty-tilth day of I
1 deeper water at the St. Lucie inlet, so voted against drainage bill becauseit 1\Iay.1908. for letters patent on the proposed ARTICLE TIThe
:, as to enable larger boats to come into Supt. Public Instruction
was a live issue in the campaign,anda charter published below: .
the river up to Stuart, and along the large majority of the people of Dade Yielding to the solicitation of many D B. PJlITCBUD, J.S. DANIEL, highest amount of indebtedness or liability i
x Indian river I introduced a memorial S. A. RATHBCX. GEO. M. BOBBINS to which the corporation can at anytime
that friends I candI-
said at the polls, they announce myself as a
,
county F.8. BATTLE. subject itself shall be ten thousand dollars .
G. F DUBEN,
and secured its ,
to
congress passage and date for nomination before the
were opposed to it, representingthese coming i .
)
made C.A.GARDNER Locis A. BBADY. (10.000.00)
be
asking that an appropriation people in the legislature, my duty primaries.If In witness whereof the subscribers have
t; for surveying and deepening the en- was to either vote their wishes or resign nominated and re-elected I shall use PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE TITUS- hereunto set their bands and seals with a
trance to said river. gives me pleasure i ,my seat. my best effort, as in the past, to pro- VILLE HOTEL COMPANY sUtemeDt of their respective residences and I y
to state that the U. S. dredge Flor- .. The drainage of the Everglades is no mote the interest of our whole public The nndersiened do associate themselvesand amount of stock subscribed by each.
ida is there at work and I believe will issue now, but believing it will benefit school system. Respectfully, become incorimrated\ under the laws of Amount of
remain there until a good depth of water this section of the state, I shall if elect- JOHN R. \V ALKER. the state of Florida for the transaction of the I Names of In- Stock
can be maintained.I ed, vote an appropriation to continuethe business set forth in the following articles: I I corporators Residences SubscribedJ.

introduced and passed a bill enlarg- work if it is asked for.I For State's AttorneyI ARTICLE I 0;.Daniel. (SealTitosvilleFla." 5 share"
ing the territorial limits of West Palm bill '! Oeo.M. Robbins,' a1) 5
the
voted against immigration The name of the corporation shall be the Rathbun (Seal 5 "
S. A. )
legally for
Dania a hereby announce candidacy
Beach bill I
; a declaring it would the gates of our my '
because open Hottl and its of
"Titusville Company" place: F. S. Battle for Titus- -
bill abolishing the nomination to second term of office
incorporated town; a undesirable class of a ostate's **
state to a very business is to)>e Titn vjJIe, Brevard county ville Lumber Co.,(Seal) 5
old Miami charter and organizing a new foreigners and laborers who would cut attorney in and for the 7th judi- Florida. 1 Louis A. Brady, (Seal\) 5 "
city,government; a bill legalizing all the wages and deprive many of our citizens cial circuit of Florida, subject to the ARTICLE II I D. B. Pritchard, (Sal\) 3 **
acts of Mrs. Annie K. Dearborn as clerk have their homes with us and their Democratic primary to be held on May and of hotel at Ti-' G. F. IJ'J reu. Seal) M., 2 ** t
.ho. The owning operating a
of the in and for Dade county. 19th. 1908.If trusted with theadministration Chas. A.srdoereal) 2 ** I
I. court familIes to suppon.. of an honest ii' ing. again tusville Florida is the general nature of the '
The above is some of the work I have of this most importantoffice business to be transacted, together with such Winston S. Bran- '"
General Bills by the people, I will, as I have fling, (Seal) 1
done in the legislature of our state and other business as may be properly connected )
J. C. Spell. ((5al) 1
if elected to the senate I will continueto always striven to do perform my duty therewith. Julius Kline seal) 1 **.
THE FISHING INDUSTRY work for the best interests of the impartially and fearlessly for the best ARTICLE III Ellis B. Wager, (N-aH" I **-

Realizing the great importance of the counties I represent.As interests of the state.. The amount of the capital stock authorial Chas.ibtlaltonScal( 1) 1 *

fishing industry of Florida, giving as it to corporations, if their measuresare JOHN C. JONES, is tn tnty.fh e thousand dollars(i::'iM),00)).divided J. )[. O lan 'seal) "" ."I. w*
does, employment to thousands of people right and just, I shall vote with I States Attorney 7th Judicial Circuit. into two hundred and fifty (250)shans ) J. R. Walker, Neal( ) I *
U.Allen.. (Sal) 1
should be protected. them. If they are wrong and I of the par value of one hundred dollars
I believe it oppress "
I B. R. Wilson (seal) I
, I therefore introduced and passed a law the people I shall vote against them. For County CommissionersWe ($100.00))each; fifty per cent shall loe payable S. B. Rathbun. Seal) I I
from date of subscription balancein .
requiring all non-resident fishermen and I recognize the fact that they are spend- respectfully announce that we thirty five days installments often per cent..&cb.to become John Henry ('eal) ..* I ""* .
: fish dealers to pay a license to the state ing millions of dollars advertising and shall be candidates for county commis- due at intervals of thirty days. Stock O A. Stewart (Seal) I ..
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a before engaging in the business. The developing the state and I have no de- sioners from our respective districts at scrip) will be issued on payment of fifty percent C. T Manbcy. (Seal) 1 ...
drive them out so long as they Jas.: Lysle Conner, (Seal) 5 t
resident fishermen are forced to pay sire to the next primary election. of the subscription but stock certificates
taxes on their boats, nets, etc., but the operate within the law. Trusting that our services meet you. will nut be delivered until paid for in full. State of Florida r '..
when the seasons Believing that my experience of Brevard County. f 1
non-resident comes approval, and that we will receive your ARTICLE IVThe .
opens, gets a good portion of the business twelve successive years in the I legislature support. We remain yours truly, corporation shall esi-t fora term of Personally came before me J.II. \II..n.1' '-
and then sails away without con- qualifies me for the position earnestlyask J. M. OSBAN, Dist. No. 1. ninety-nine years. Daniel. (Je 1l. nubbins Louis A. Brady. I
tributing one cent your support for the same. Premising J. R. MIOT, Dist. No. 2. D. B. Pntchard, U. F. nun-no Cbas. A. Gard .
' senate will watch faithful service, ARTICLE v Winston S. Brannmz. J.C. Spell Julius
, If- lected to the you R. A. CONKLINC, Dist. No. 3. nero
and will I am vours sincerely shall be Kline Ellis B. Wa er. Chas. II.Walton. R. I.
closely all "fishing bills, support T. A. ROBINSON, Dist. No. 4. The business of the company conducted -
JOHN w. WATSON.Chamberlain's Walker. B. I:. Wilson. John Henry. O. A.
desired by the peo- by a bolrIlof live directors of whom
that Dist. No.5.
T. J. COCKSHUTT
those are ,
p business. three shall constitute a quorum which board Stewart. S. A. Rathbun S. B Rathbun, C.T. r I
pIe interested in the fishing Massey. J, M. (M"an. Jas. Lysle Conner. F. S. a '
X bureau Cholera and shall be elected at the annual meeting of the '
Colic
I supported a bill creating a Source of Supply. stockholders to be held on the first Tuesdayof Battle each to me personally well known and r
lrf of labor and statistics, and an amend'I' Diarrhoea Remedy Minister My dear little boy, whdon't April of each year but in case such met'ting"hall known to me to be in each care the identical .
state
ment to the constitution of the umbrella? not be held at the time appointed then person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing -
prohibiting the negro from voting. There is probably no medicine made that is you get an Jakey- the board hall be elected at the next meetingof charter, and severally acknowledgedhis
relied upon with more implicit confidence Since pa has quit going to church he the stock holders thereafter, and all ofccers or her execution thereof.
State Convicts than Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrboea never brines home any more umbrel- shall hold over until their successors areeleet- In witness whereof I have hereunto set my .
Remedy. During the third of a cen- las.-Jewish Ledger. ed and qualify. The board of directors shall hand and official seal at Titasville within the t
Knowing that the turpentine lands in tury in which it has been in use people hue chout-e from among their number a president. county and state aforesaid, this 18th day of .
.r.l Florida will soon have all been worked, learned that it is the one remedy that neverfails. vice president, a secretary and a treasurer, April. A. D. 1WS. PEKCY G. WALTOW. ..
. : and that the state will have to provide When reduced with water and sweetened Every misfortune can be subdued but the same person may hold the offices Oi Notary Public.
.flt of working her convicts I I it is pleasant to take. For sale by T t"S- with patience.-Socrates. secretary and treasurer if the board of directors Notary Public State of Florida. My commission ,'a
other ways and all dealers. expires June 11, 19 "*. S
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-- tlsan advantage." A local option resolution gress to the nation a specific pro It Is the fundamental need of every Ute-

was strangled by reference to a gramme ot legislation In line with his and van te read In the experiences of FOR THEBOWELS' .
BEST
committee without reading the action previous messages and making some human nature.
I TAB I
,: lfWIW being denounced by the; optionlsts as additions thereto. Coming, as it does, Spitzka Favor Electrocution.As .

"nn-Republkan, on-American and Indecent I> near adjournment. of the session
the result of1 observations during
The Penrose forces were dom- Inantand the senator was Indorsed be virtually a campaign document. It his presence at thlrtyone executions If roe llYn't'- CtrwW M. Keep test
,roW
day
for re-election. I I lays greatest stress upon the necessityof by electricity In New York and NewJersey powers s.err open aliaS bb. .,IL ronela U: daseeraes the.u,De.ofol.a'

:J I [ l Tbe Vermont Republican convention Increasing the power of the federal -> and at five hangings at Pblladelphia ..mootheae..t.physic.1'pill.most,otsos.perf.d WI' of keest= }

: ONTWOR turned down a resolution: demanding government over the great cor- Dr. EL ,A. Spitzka of the Jefferson the T. botrats -'..,.od CANDYCATHARTIC clean i*to take ,

; ., the continuance of the Roosevelt policies porations engaged In Interstate com- Medical college now has reachedthe

; either under his guidance or that merce. For the first time the steel conclusionthat
Is
of his friends. The delegates to Chi- trust is Indicated as one of the combinations hanging

.,T a 'Let Us Alone" Is the New Slogan ,'apro were sent uninstructed. against which the federal barous.1where painful and bar-

There was a split In the Mississippi e power should be exerted this In connection I
-:, of the Business Interests-The Republican convention. A minorityfatnrlnjr with a report made to the city :I as the executiou iII 41I
by electricity _
.
Foraker. being denied admission of Boston concerning steel Corporations I
President In Latest Message I is "humane. t
held convention. Tbe \
a bolting doing business with that city. J 1 ll ,
Denounces "Class Conscious regular party convention sent delegates The report has been laid before the decent" and

uninstructed. department of justice for action. In bcientibc. lie .. EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
ness"-Senate Opposes Naval I prefers to call Potent. Twtt Good. D*
ne.8.nt. Palatable.
The West VirginIa Republican convention again urging that the antitrust law be I the electrical Good New Sir Y iu We'kea rOrtvt; te a 0d
instructed for Taft. iu V,rit.tor fne.ampie...ra boa.
.. Increase New Jersey and strengthened the president says that I process"electrothenasia. /A to let e health.vtr box.AddreM m
F The South Carolina Republi:'an con farsighted patriot should protest on
"every
." He Kerne*COIIt w hew Jark.
Sterling
Not For Bryan. ;
; Connecticut ventlon was favorable to the Roosevelt first of all against the growth in \ Y BLOOD
insists that In CLEAN
candidate, but did not instruct the I 1 ql y KEEP YOUR
Taft Predicts Bryan and Goes this country of that evil thing which this method : i::!
) delegation to Chicago. Is called "class consciousness,' adding
death is actual-
H to Panafha Hearst Heard Hearst Sounds His Trumpet. that the- demoffoeue.. the sinister-- or 1 ly Instantaneous. Fought a Duel.

From-Disastrous Storms: In Calling upon all Republicans and foolish Socialist i a.yb; strivesto The rushDr.. E. Spitzka.. The special correspondent of the

Democrats who are tired of reaction arouse this feeling: among the work- J fug out of what air was in the lungs at Times-Union at Pen cola sent his paper .

South-British Liberals Re and talk to join him in smashing botb Ing people. Is no self respecting citizen t the lime the current was turned on is the following story under date of

g buked. the old parties William IL Hearst. of the republic." Still, he regards what causes the appearance of momen-
first the Independence even this as no worse than the influence Sunday: .
speaking at tbe dinner of tary consciousness, but even this has killed and Gordon
i league leaders from all exercised by the man of great j been eliminated by having the current Frank Willis was

I POLITICAL parts of the coi!ntry at New York assailed wealth who tends to unite the workingmen turned on when tbe lungs are at the Walderop badly injured in a duel be-

Roosevelt Taft and Bryan In by lack of sympathy and uncompromising point of expiration. In tbe hangings tween them this afternoon about six I

the same breath He called the president hostility to them. He ad- he witnessed the heart of the victim miles west of Pensacola, Willis using a \'

S ? : -Let Us Alone" the Slogan. "the most active and artful candidate mits that a class grievance unrem- beat not less than thirteen minutes shotgun charged with buckshot, and I
'.: A speech made by B. l\ Yoakum. edied breeds class con- ':iousne8s.
y of them all" and charged him after the drop fell and visible struggles Winchester rifle
chairman of the executive committeeof with shifting from one side to the other The movement for thorough controlof continued for a minute and a half. Walderop a betweenthe

'c' the Rock Island railroad before the Of many questions. He hit at Bryan the business use of"tbe great wealth In not one of the five cases was the There had been bad feeling

t Traffic club at St. Louis, has set In on the same score,. referring to the employed In interstate commerce, he I neck broken. two for several weeks, and this

;? t motion a new phrase which business Xebraskan's change of front on th." says is conservative only this policy Women Smokers Barred Out. was intensified this morning when

to. men. manufacturers and bankers are '' government ownership question and oi being likely to save us "from plutocratic they met at a farm house. Willis was I
The Increasing number of fashion-
v echoing all over the referendum and ridiculing the surrender class government on the one out hunting and went there to get I
demanded
able who the
women privilege I
:<"- J the country hand or a Socialist class government on
A
to Sullivan in Illinois. Tlies- cafes water and found Walderop
some
of smoking cigarettes in the
While admitting the other. Nevertheless l he Insists thatpower
"
_> the soundness of men of words. he said. "are of nt givento should be lodged with the executive and hotels of Atlantic City has caused fight at that time was prevented by
action. These parties promisesare
the principles He to permit "combinations which the proprietors to agree on a :general friends
\ not given to "performance.
underlying the further the public Interest. He be- orltT to all employees prohibiting the Willis left the house and had been
pointed to the failure to pass a cur-
.' Roosevelt policies rency bill and denounced the Hepburnbill lieves that the courts have not the practice. gone half an hour when Walderop bor-

he deplored knowledge or experience to determinethis I I Winchester rifle and followed.
1 : as "the crowning insult to labor. rowed a
t J their method of Neither of the old parties could be question Unless a national la- I I I FOREIGNBlow I They met, or at least caught sight of
1 application, Corporation law can be enacted the
t trusted to reform the tariff. He Indorsed one another about a mile from the
spoke of the president believes that an efficient executive
.difficulties aDdhardships the Roosevelt programme of a body should be created with to British Liberals. house. At a range of 200 yards Willis

to bigger navy.Johnson power to correct abuses and work out The defeat of Winston Churchill In opened fire with his shot gun. the big

..S which the railroads t. Talks Politics. complex problems and with power particularly the northwest Manchester electorateby shot striking Walderop in the face I

L1./ have been The passive candidacy of Governor to control the issuance of the Conservative candidate. Joyn- antI shoulders. Walderop then raised )
Johnson of Minnesota for the Democratic the heels of the
and corporate securities. lIe believes It son-Hicks, right upon
subjected
: his rifle and fired two shots, one pass "
made the de- nomination has been favored by not possible wholly to except labor organization entry of ChurchillInto

+\ B. F. Yoakum. mand, "Let osalone his lecture tour In Michigan during from the workings of the the reorganized ed through the abdomen and the other

t k ," a sentiment which was cheered which several Interviews have been anti-trust law. but says that it Is obvi- Liberal cabinet b near the heart causing almost In-

loudly by the business men present. widely quoted In the anti-Bryan press. ous that such organizations not formedfor regarded as the stant death. Both parties are of good

: .; Yoakum said that this year's earnings Federal centralization and predatory profit should not be required to furnish v worst blow to the family. Walderop fled after killing

t e i ot the railroads are about 15 per cent wealth be regarded as the two great statistics of tbelr operations especially Liberal party ia along Willis and has not yet been captured

,, less than last year and that If the warof dangers of this republic, saying that in so far as they are engaged ,,;; time. The Con _._
t legislation Is kept up a reduction In the tariff Itself is in restraint of trade. In production only. 6enatln"ote was ------ -- --

4 wages of employees will be necessary. While denying that he Is for free trade In speaking of the man who preaches Increased by 1,019

S c' ( he says that a settlement of the tariff hatred of wealth he finds a counter i .),; and Churchill himself -

1y :_ Socialist. Arrest Police. along reasonable lines would settle the part In the multimillionaire "of whom .. admitted the

Turning the tables on their so called trust question. In his opinion there it has been well said that his face has significance of the

t 4 oppressors\ the Socialists of Philadelphia should be restraint of monopoly but grown hard and cruel while his body '" verdict when in a T utt'sPills

t. ; have caused the arrest of two policemen not of Intelligent co-operation of man- has grown: soft, whose son Is a fool speech to his followers -

for having Interfered with a ufacturers to lessen the cost of produc- and his daughter a foreign princess, he said, "It

; .; peaceable political meeting and having tion. The Johnson managers now claim whose nominal pleasures are at best would be useless to After eating,persons of m bUioos habit

., ejected the speakers. The charge Is most of the uninstructed delegationsand those of a tasteless and extravagantluxury Winston Churchill disguise the fact will derive great benefit by taking one

f .. that of inciting to riot and the purpose say that Bryan will have less than and whose real delight whose that we have received a heavy blow, of these pills. If you have been

:: of the Socialists is to test the law as a majority. real life work. Is the accumulation anduSt" the consequence of which will be grave DRINKING TOO E NRJCH,

r" :: to the right of free speech. Taft Says Bryan Will Win. of power In its most sordid and and serious." According to the pressof they will promptly relieve the nausea,

rj Socialist Ministers Unite. In his speech at a Republican dinnerat least elevating form." both parties this election means a SICK HEADACHE -

The Ministers' Socialist conference Is Bridgeport. Cono. Secretary Taft Taft Gone to Panama. condemnation of the government's pro- ardncrvousnesswhich follows,restorethe

} the name of a new. organization which discussed the questions likely to be uppermost Secretary of War Taft left for Panama gramme and a growth of the Chamberlain appetite. Elegantly and remove coated.gloomy feelings. -
sugar
lias been launched at New York with with Bryan as tbe Democratic ou tbe steamer I'mirlepi1 30 tariff policy: also It Is regardedby
l 01
V t 1t a membership of 200. The Rev. John nominee, anticipating that result of the to be gone until May 20. The presl the papers as a setback for the Socialist Take No Substitute.

!: D. Long secretary, says that they have Denver convention. He charged Bryan dent has been considering the advisability tendencies of the ministry. The
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: ; some to,the conclusion "that Christian with hiving helped thrust the Philippines of such a visit for some time. Socialist candidate received only 276

: k '; tty will not work under a commercial I upon the country by advocatingthe and recent matter. Including the political votes. The defeated minister will find BUBSCRIBE FOR THE

luaul treaty of Paris. relations of the government of another district to contest where fels

: Tartelvered a set address before Panama and the canal: commission chances of retaining a seat will be FLORIDA 11MES UNION

r i. -civilized human beings." They regard the Civic Forum at New York and an- mad? it seem Important that the oGJ better. !

.. It as "(be economic expression of the srered questions from the audience. clal head of the American government Integrity of the North Sea. The Great State Paper
( t r Christian: life" and believe It the duty In the DULY AND SUNDAY esMONTR
His subject was "The Law's Delays"To zone should be present there at .\ treaty has just been signed at ,
in and advocate Three Months.t Lao *li Months HO
r of the church to step one questioner he replied that thereIs this time. Berlin by all the big powers concernedIn Twelve Month,1-5 OU
' Christian socialism In the United
'} that several no necessary connection between the the North sea which Insures their The Semi-Weetly Times-Unlon and
Mr.
1 States Long says high prices and the tariff lIe denied integrity ami removes all danger of a
wealthy corporation men are aiding SOCIOLOGICALWould The Farmer and fruit Grower,
that be stand the tariff 1
was a patter on war of absorption It Is virtually! an
the movement confidentially. the Fridtr tone or the Semi Weekly. devoted
but believed In the theory.
protective all European peace treaty based on lo Agricultural aDd Citrus Fruits US.IOCK ..
k .V More Presidential Preferences. The much discussed answer which he Spiritualize Socialism.The the status quo The fact that tier .etc. Tbe two peperster51.0)perresrMall

< t Two more eastern states. New Jersey had made at Cooper Union some weeks Ht''". Percy :-;. ( rant. rector of many is in it. too, brings a sigh of us your.ubo.crt"U4tIl

and Connecticut. In the Democratic ago to a man who asked what a man the Church of the Ascension (Episcopal : relief to little(' Holland 'j u<' -' 't.er.v florida Tlrnes.Ualon,Ja chonille, FU,

camp have taken the noncommittal out of work should do-namely. "(o.j 0.1 Fifth avenue New York has power. are Kng'ind.! iieruauy 1ranw

f, t 't path blazed by New York, and this is only knows I don't. came in for some been much in the limelight recently Dt.'nm.nk.'Nk'n and the Netherlands .

: i'50' understood to mean nt least a distaste revision when that question popped up because of the Sunday night wPetin ;SCOUlhll.trd At the same time a similar

t S for the Bryan leadership At Trenton He averted that there was still much by his :assistant the Ilev declaration as to the Baltic sea was HANDY MOTH PAPER

;; j the Jer:eyites followed[ submissively need of labor on the farms out west Alexander Irvine, to discuss sooaliMn; signed hy Germany, linssln Sweden

r d the lead of ex-United States Senator and he 'would favor helping in every wllli: all comers The origin of this and D nmfk. \ ninth ilotruvpr and :. James Smith. Jr... naming delegates uninstructed way possible to bring together the im under -arp.-M or in the ttiltl* i.f fur anil d..tb-
Hit the
movement was thought! that something Portugal's Young King Speaks.
. I t for any particular candidate employed and the demand for labor ing it limit tw.t> III"thau.1 sorry fwt'lrslufU
t- \ the rule the should! l,e done to discover why I That the little kingdom of Portugal ill a packet rarrt.g< |>n'(ikl'l 1O ..*.III .
unit over
and adopting lie had been in favor of
,, ., 1. faction. always woman the workni .uien no longer lake part in is still far from a stable conJitiou. despite Six I.af'k..t- ;i(>i'''iitit 'tru.itin't tu\f it.
angry protests of the Bryan suffrage! but thought It Is a radical church .
fert'iecs.fter talking with tliv elector \ictory of the mon la.1I11I11 I'omlrr W ork.., '.lrrUon
action of the ac&G
the
;R Owing to arbitrary
step until It was certain that it would:
Socialists: l _
Ir .raot Clarkretitlr,
many be-awe Iowat
con arc 1ls;-*. was shown by the extreme
chairman In refusing a division a contest i be approve bv all! the women As to _.
unveil that socialism -- --
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caution with! which the eigiteenyearold ; -
,_ Denver Is likely.
at
the law's delays be would bate the appellate -
i Mates \\ \lestiul'\J>> to In
a peacefulevolutionary king, Manuel went to address the
) The convention at New Haven was jurisdiction of the supremecourt .
movement in the interestof new fortes and the guinlf terms lJeU'l.d -
:also the scene of a violent factionalcontest' limited to typical cases and not
ju t.ce But he says that In'me :ind In peaking of the assassination
in which tie IJryumtes were
core than cue appeal,allowed.
J I bt atcD. The delegates chosen were himself do not i roost; to be bottle of the late king, his father and his

'k r not instructed for any candidate, and Socialists Approve Taft. holders for political partisans wbile brother It:1:<. in fact, only the set

; 'i the only concession was the mention oft The New York section of the Socialist i they indulge! in Sunday night scraps" ond time tint Manuel had left the pal-
} party has issued a statement commending Uhit the meetings nahy aim to be
f Bryan along with Jefferson, Jackson ace since those tragic events and on
+ end Cle eland as men whose principle the sentiments expressed by is an interchange of everyday expeneaces this o.occasiou the route to the parliament

r .. vrre roamruied. Secretary Taft to the Conductors' iu which workiiigmec may learn was lined with soldiers, the cross l.aM
I i The Pennsylvania Republican stateS union recently at Chicago namely, that the church has a warm place InI I streets died with cavalry The king

: conveution at Harrisburg gave Senator that it Is right and Inevitable that its heart for them and is willing to rode in a closed carriage: and the

s e t 1nox unreserved indorsement and In both labor and capital combine and deal honestly with their social I needs crowds were respectful In his address .

. -tructed its delegates In the national that a great controversy must yet set and rights lie want to show that he referred to the "cruel disappearance"
tle the question as to the relative share tbe church of Christ has
convention to stand for him as long as not become and the "terrible martIr-
" :'1e consents to stay In the fihL The of each In the products of Industry "a rich maws club, where only those !OI.I"of his father and brother, saying

i' f tariff plank of the platform adopted isspected Say the Socialists "Here we have the things can be said from the pulpit the event was "a sign; of alliance of
remarkable spectacle of a Republican that are agreeable to the rich" Ha "
to serve as a model for the the crown and parliament. lie wore
national platform While eulogizing presidential aspirant coolly droppingall says be wants to -bring the new enthusiasm to rule In a<'coaance with tbe laws '

: the policy of protection. It recognizes the cant about there being no of a real sense of human and recommended a revision of the

. j 1 -the general demand for a review by classes in this country and admittingthe brotherhood to revitalize some of the harsh decrees of Dictator Franco FRIEND TO FRIEND.
.S.: fact of the class struggle." self satisfied somnolent Chris-
55 j the incoming congress of tariff legislation worldly changes ia the constitution and a new

C now In force" In such manner as tianIty of today." lie hopes to give election law. The personal
recommendations
of
L the welfare of the people. fresh reality to religion by showing peo-
will
conserve
I EXECUTIVE I II Japanese Boycott Growing. pie who have been cured of coughs and
that it is not the of .
creation
priestly
Intrusted a
i But this work should not be
e Reports from Shanghai tell of thin .. colds by Chamberlain's Cough
to "the hands of the doctrinaire the caste or our inheritance from any Reedy
; and of the
*:reaaibg area seventy hate done more than
demagogue or the Democratic party to Another Appeal From Roosevelt. given race or a system of commandments all else to make it a, J

+, f' be manipulated In academic experi I President Roosevelt sent to congress, ceremonies and dogmas based staple article of trade and commerce over

April 27, and over the heads of con upon aDZ kl.n'l.o. :. authority.. : but that Continued on page 7 ft Urge part of the civilized world.

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