The Florida star ( May 15, 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 15, 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:
UF00075901:00284

Related Items

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

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LORIODA


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TITUSVA.LE, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908


NO. 4


Jqot fo" Olqlsel-s Aloqe, Rlq t'ow t1le Qoo4 of Otlh.ws Also.


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SaJbi ks bod panti,
n per- pe r art Brnin's.
SA mew eemet idewalk has been
MI a ternt oa s. Deiaer's board-
fI baor this wee.
Mr. Wi~rto Branning went to
S2adl eamereial businem Mon -
mra -via New Smyrna that

Mr. de McCandless, who has
bae in ehag of the public school
at Mb urm the pebt year, is in
tow vWdYting friends.
Dan Boboutto' left Ttusville on
Mrdw for Daytona to make the
addme before the graduating ela
e the DaIrtma high school.
MI, Geo. M. Robbins returned
hi M dray morning from Miami
w esmwrt and other important
budm heid haI for ten days.
If y-es wa the bestshoes go to
r-im 'a. the largest line ahown
a the river, for the whole family,
.a adsrd m akps. every pair guar-

bw T q r,mat of Mrs. Rev. J.
P. wMN dile Teasday afternoon at
.ab t 0'dele The remains were
frwmdedl White Springs Wedne-


An Important
*"ARRIVAL
IN TOWN
One of the "recent arrivals" in
town should be of personal interest
to y. Of interest to youbecause
destined to affect, intimately and fa-
vorably your pwflwfity, your "out-
ward au mPr e to your fellow
men. Ti"rrival" has come to
helpyou in many difficult business
deals-to incree your self-respect
and self-conM4ence
The "arrival'" name is A Suit of
Clothes. Please call and- get ac-
quainted'
WINSTON S BANNING
Up to Date Clothing House
Titusville, Florida.

Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at LaGrange at 11
a. m., and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
Dean Robottom will officiate in
Melbourne on Sunday morning, May
17th, at 11, adm in Eau Gallie on Sun-
day evening at 7:30.
Dr. J. B. Hawk will preach at Geor-
gianaSunday, May 17th at 11 aim.
and 7:30 p. m. All communities are
cordially invited to the services.
Letter from J. R Walker
Brevard Co. Public Schools.
J. R. Walker, Supt.
Titusville, Fla., April 19th, 1908.
Dr. W. L Hu gi, ,O Flk
My dear Doctor:
I am t-*-rVr Af fAn. fawnw nf


LATEST NEWS

AND INCIDENTS

Peteut PurgnapM Abt hpl that
Traidl eo i TNhm
Dr. Miller, Dentist, itueville.
New shipment of children's bare-
foot sandals just arrived at Bran-
ning's.
Mrs. Simonson and Miss Edith Pat-
erson visited friends on Banana river
last week.
Mr. Paul Dresler left this week
for a visit of several days with friends
in Jacksonville.
The reader's attention is directed
to the letter published in another
column from Mr. J. R. Walker to Dr.
Hughlett.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Berge and
daughter, Miss Mabel, expect to
leave New Smyrna for Adelphia.
N. J., some time next week.
Capt. John Houston, of Eau Gallie,
was in town Tuesday looking after
his political fences just before the
primary and called at THE STAR of-
fice.
The United States grand jury at
Miami last week found an indictment
containing 144 counts against Wm.
M. Brown, president and director of
the Fort Dallas National bank. It is
not known whether this trial will be
held at Miami or Jacksonville.
By consent of Capt. Fischer, con-
tractor, the new mail boat just built
Ku MU 1 f Vlri a wn.d .^M ...r


Special Sale at line's

MONDAY, MAY 18, 1908.
Gingwmi in all the latest checks,
overplaids and stripes, endless varie-
ty of patterns, 15 cents is the whole-
sale price, Monday's special 12% cents
per yard.
adies' ready made voile skirts,
with two rows of taffeta folds, worth
$800, special SL9
Black underirts mde of the best
quality of heatherbloom with wide
ruffle, worth $2.00, special $29.
Special prices on embroideries and
insertions.
Unbleached sea island cotton, Mon-
day's cl 13 yards for $SL.
h lawn, 40 inches wide, sheer
and fine, worth 25 cents, special for
Monday only, 15 cents per yard.
Yard wide percales, worth 15 cents
Monday's special In cents per yard.
Ready milsheets, 72x90, special
59 cents each.
Pillow cas 46 inches wide, Pep-
perell mills, 15 cents per yard.
White lawn, good quality, worth
15 cents, special 1 cents per yard.
Children's underwaists, made of
good quality of cambric, sizes from
2 to 14, 25 cents each.
Children's drawers made of good
quality of domestic with flounce and
hevv*nt ehing, special 25 cents per
pair, sizes from 2 to 14.
R. G. and Thompson's glove fit-
ting corsets, the odds and ends of
last season, some were $1.00, $1.25
and $1.50, you can have your choice
for 35 cents if you can find your size.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juuus KuNE, Titusville.
Letter from Prof Overstreet
Sylvania Ga., May 7, 1908.


LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONALS

SImthig Aut the Pople of TitM-
vlle u Ty CaN ui o
Follow the crowd to the Banner Di
Store for cold drinks and ice cream.
Still another large shipment of
Panama hats just arrived. The
swellest on the coast for S5WM At
Winston S. Branning's.
Senator F. M. Hudson spent a part
of yesterday in town looking after
his political fences and paid Tea
STAR offiee a pleasant call.
A meeting of the board of directors
of the Indian River Hotel company
was held at the office of President
Geo. M. Robbins Monday night.
Mr. A. P. Gruber has moved his
family in town from LaGrange, be-
ing much nearer his place of businem.
They are occupying one of the Web-
ber cottages on Main street.
Mr.J. orillard, Jr., was taken
seriouslyill Tuesday while near his
new boat, the result of a chronic
trouble of long standing. At this
writing he is convalescent.
We understand Mrs. E.S. Wiley
has sold her cottage to the Baptist
church for a parsonage. The build-
ing will be moved to the lot just
north of the church and improved.
Mr. Casper Mims stopped off in
town last week en route from Balti-
more to spend the summer with his


np SW lbinylt, accompanied eby -a -,exy .u --.- .-ja J .U.4 WAS WZ- f,,, .1, mother and brother at Fort Pierce
w. ne md wife. April 17th, in which you ask two the Artesia mail yesterday in order Ed~ior of Tas FLotA SrTAR and called at ThE rAn offiee Satur-
e ve parties questions touching upm the steward- to acquaint the latter with the route I will thank you if you will publish day.
mobte wim ti t ah ship of Hon Geo. S. Singleton, mem- which he will take up July 1st, when the following: It was my intention Mr. J. L. Mobley has r a
Sday and ha a m osghn r hber of the school board from district his 4-year contract starts up. to publish an article, before I left, depth of about 200 feet on the a
-jable outing on account of the s..Archdeacon B. F. Brown, former- thinking the officers and patrons oftesianwellat Mr.Robbins' plae, in
N Ist.s Has Mr. Singleton, since his ly of Titusville, now has charge of the Titusvilleschool for the loyal sup nbeam. t proposed to continue
e eXol woolea t night forM appointment as a member of the the Episcopal church at Sanford, but ort given to our corps of teachers the work until a tisfp tory flow of
the tif oo t night for school board, discharged his duties retains his home in Orlando. We for the jAst scholastic year. I feel good water is obtained
the return well and faithfully? Answer:-Yes, had the pleasure of meeting Mr. sure that every individual teacher good water is obtained.
Ms. W. T. Mathers, aompanied no man could have been more earnest Brown in Sanford Monday while on has striven to discharge the several Contractor P. J. Hall moved the
b Miss Venue and Townsend Mon- in his desire to promote the best in- our return from St. Petersburg. duties of his office. In their dis- small building away from the lot re-
roe, her step-daughter and son, also terests of the schools, and especially charge the assistants have had the gently purchased by Mr. Robinson
her frimd, Mrs. Judge Palmer, left n his own district. 2nd. Has his TROPIC fullest co-operation of the principal. from G. E. Pritchett on Wednesday
lbt tMday for White Spring relations with the board been that of Miss Annie Stewart and Sister Nel- The teaching force has lten in per- to the lot west of Mr. Haile's which
where Mrs M. and the children will a gentleman? Answer.-I do not re- lie were calling on friends here Fri- feet accord throughout the year. Mr. Hall recently bought and upon
probably spend the summer. call any action of Mr. Singleton's day. We have tried to satisfy every cea- which he will erect a cottage for
Mr. E. E. Knox, who has been which could have been called ungen- Mr. Frank Tuten, of Artesia, visit- sonable demand made upon us, and renting, using the building just
head dark at the grocery store of tlemanly. I presume the chairman ed friends here Sunday on his way to to adjust every complaint to the sat- moved for kitchen.
Mea s. E. L. Brady & Bro. for would call any one down who should ero iends of Miss Nellie to of the pent and the you ave Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and
sa" years has been promoted to a show any disposition to act in such field are pleased to have her with appreciated our efforts among this daughter, Miss Grace, leftRi Wedne-
psiti of rvpon ibility with the manner. In conclusion I believe Mr. them again, line is abundantly attested by the of steamers forJacksonville and their
fact that so fewcomplaints have been h H dsot NY be-
grocery businem of E I. Brady Co., Singleton is alive to the very best in- Mr. George Ensey carried quite a In behalf of our home in Hammondsport N Y., be-
at Miami where he will hold a better terestsof the common school system, party up to the dance at Georgian ofteachers I thank you for such ing accompanied by Miss Charlotte
paying position. Mr. Knox expects and so far has shown no disposition Saturday evening. erous support, knowing that our Palmer, who has been spending some-
to leaveabout the first of next month to hinder any movement that was for Messrs. Charlie Stewart, of Brant- work must have fallen far short had time past here with Mrs. Dr. B. R.
for Miami and carries with himth the general good.ley, and Sam Stewart, of Eau Gallie, we failed to win and retain your good Wilson. Mr. and Mrs.Rathbun hato
WiSsold their neat little cottage to Mr.
S wishes of his many friends here. Very truly yours, were in Tropic Sunday. opinion. I also appreciate the many j.p. Wilson, who has moved into
bewishesofhismanyfriendshere. Very truly yourMissNellie Schofield and Miss Ruth commendatory remarks about our sh sec
-W Ae the Fourth JOHN R. WALKER, Supt. Harrison were the guests of Miss commenc,-ment exercise. We are the same. They expt their new
We Are to Celebrate the Fourth Annie Stewart, of Banyan, Sunday. under obligation to Mrs. Trez Wilson create cottage wil be ready or
A meeting of the citizens and bus- Fine Monday Offerings of Men's Mrs. Schley, who has been spend-; for her generous criticisms, also, to them on their return in the fall.
inesamen of Titusville was held Wed- Clothing ing the past winter with her friend,; Capt. Pritchard for the free use of Globe-Wericke Elastic book cases
nemday night at THE STAR office for Special prices in boys' and youths' Mrs. Merrill, left for Kansas City, the opera house, making possible an: Talking machines, records and needles
the purpose of devising ways and suits. Extra big reduction in men's last week. evening o0 pleasure without cost to, House,. oat and copper paints
mans of celebrating the glorious clothing, price makes no difference, Mr. and Mrs. George Ensey. who the public. Lastly. I extend to the FURNiTURE. DRY GOOODS, SHOES
Fourth. The following committees they must go. have been stopping in Eau Gallie and people of Titusviile my sincere ap- Rgs. carpet and linoleum. Matting
were appointed: Trunks and dress suit cases at spec- visiting their parents here, left for pre eatien fthr the many dIrsonal Ldison and (-lumbia batteries
Boat race and finance. J. Lorillard, ial prices the extension Tuela courtesifs extended tomeduring my Basehalls. mits, masks, gloves
the extension Tuesday. entire stay inyour splendid littlh- CnIAs. A. GARi,:ER. 'l'hune 34
Jr.; bicycle race, E. B. Wager; box- J us KI.NE, rs. John W. Merrill andn, Mr. e stay in yur splendid little t A
imnrgtest, Dr. Utley; tournament, T i Mrs. John W. Merrll and r. t Yourstrulv
.l3. Pritchard; baseball, J. M. Os- Titusville Fla. John, who have been coming to Trop- S. J. O RST Florida Press Association
baW; dance, W. S. Branning; music, Ba ins in Trees for several winters, left for an- St. Petersburg gave the Florida
Capt. Pritchard; printing, E. B. Bargains in Trees sas City Mo., last week For Sale Cheap For Cash Press association t fine time at the
Wager and C. H. Walton; treasurer. Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds, Mr. Rutledge Ensey had the mis- convention there I-it Friday and Sat-
L.A.Brady. i Marsh seedless and Standard. :30t fortune to gei a fi.h tin in his finger Six acres and a ha]i of imr'roved utda. Th- tin th e of tie tc..-ini
A complete list of the different cents each, $25.00 pel) l.Uo.and stung by acting ray within three laSd on laeritts ntlace. Title was the addr- .- Thi.- Ai.staint
events, together with the prizes, etc., J. B. BEACH. days, but pleased to say he is getting the idney arntr lac. Potnaster (-Gnei I..vsh- ,,n the
will be published later. West Palm Beach. Fla. along nicely. fect. Address J. F new postal regular ouns atftcting -c-
SA correction society was formed in MPun~. (orda. Fla. ondelpt ma,. ter. A rer olA ion was
Paihmburt's Special Rates Orange and Grapefruit Trees school last week. Its object is to im-! utor. a. promptly adopt., approt ing the
Beginning Monday, May 11, Palm- Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high prove the expressions of its mem- The Alpine Hotel stoffc dpart.-n-'satihe
burst will serve merchants dinner or i hickory hammock. Free from white hers. A fine of a penny a week is The Alpine Hotel St. Augustine wa chs-n as the
lunheon at the price of thirty-five fly. One year to two year old buds. imposed on those making incorrect Tituzville. Fla., F. A. Losley, man- rext meeting place ,, the as.-ciation
et Tble d' hotel dinner served Prices from 25 to35 cents. Careful- expressions. The society meets twice ager. On the European plan furn- in 19e during the Ponce de Leon
t o'd t the price of fft cents. lypacked and delivered at Oak Hill a month when the expressions are ished rooms and quick lunch. Cen- week.
A ticket for three of either of these station. J. W. GRFFIS, read out and correctionsfor the same rally located. The following officers were elected
mAti w hbesold for oehdollar. "Shiloh FIla given, the money so raised to be giv- -- --- for the ensuing year: M. S. Hether-
Swll been for school purposes. The offers; Photograph Gallery ington, of the Lakeland News, pres-
Draying For Sale Cheap For Cash elected: Bennie Morris, Pres.; Wil- Go to Faust, the photographer, on ident; W. B. Powell. of the St.
___.- A-bo.-..t^ ,hlie Carter, vice Pres.; MarshallJones Julia street, for artistic photos. All Petersburg Independent, vice presi-
ora in all its- About 88 acres of good island onand Frank Morris, second and third work first class and promptly attended dtnIt; T. J. Appleyard, secretary;
EytMito. .BoTiew the east or ocean sideof the adian river I vice presidents; Ruth Harrison, sec- to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and J. W. White, treasurer.
athe Narrows, described folow i retary: Fedora Ensaey, treasurer. oil paintg a specialty. This being a busy week with the
tio 36, intownship 31 south, range39 Soda Fouew Sale Wood Fospape on account of its being
For R t east. This land is unimproved but fie- SodFo taforSaleWoodForSale the last publication before the pri-
Tar B ttag. ~r suits of rooms furn- ly located. For further particulars ad-: With charging apparatus, glasses and Pine or oak, any length. Also plew mary, we hope to give further men-
aidn -.mm-r. dress E. N. Low. '32 feet coil also eanut roaster. Ad- hng and harrowing. See or address J. tion of the delightful trip to St.
Mas. F. M. TAYLOR Brockton, Mass. 'dress G., STAR ee. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. Petersburg in our next.
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Tampa Wema et a Pertse.,
Ihness of aevedal wileks rf wltd ia
S death on Friday or Z l a Drmer at
the hoe of his adotd daughter.
Mrs. Mary Garci, 2I8 North Morgan
street. Before dying r. Dorer bad
Attorney Lee Gibon draw up his will
and testament. sad n this he be-
iqnaths to Mrs. Garcia his tate in
Germany, amn tl a to between $75.-
Ssand $89~ an estate Ie has here-
toeme left antohLmdd because of an
e-trangement with kadred. His broth-
er is at present in charge of the ea
tae Later Mrs. Garcia will make a
trip to Germany to come into poaes-
ston of the property left her. The
wir stipulates that when she dies the
property shall pass into the poasessmo
oft her children.
Whe Mrs. OGarcia was sa lnant 15
months old, Mr. Dorer, being without
children adopted her a his daughter.
and has looked after her a well as
she after him since that time.

eGood for vwrybody
Mr. Normsa B Coalter. a prvomiet ar hi-
toes, in theDelbert BiiMnsg. dai Facdco.
my "I fully eadese all tLht has been sid
of Electric Bitten as a toi medicine. It is
Sfor everybody. It err e tomach.
sad kidaqy dismwdes in a prompt and
ciet manner and bilds up pthe *ytem"
metric itesn the bat spring a edtie
ever slA over a drKggsta nnter; s Iat bl
Miter iunequaled. Soeete at Banner

Almost Peght a Owel.
(Key West Citizen.)
Two Cuban cigar makers at the M.
Valle factory had a dispute Monday
and as the" were averse to spoiling
eah other's faces a la Americano.
they agreed to repair to the field of
hoor and decide their dispute by the
"eode duello."
Seconds were secured end the part:
started for one of the qu.et b.-ipat*I
leading from the county road whe;.-
they c3uld shoot holes in each other.


More State Troops Needed.
The Times-Union coa rtpondent at
Pensacola says:
Secretary of War Taft is anxious
that one or more compsanis of State
militia under the control of the adju-
tant general of Florida, but cooper-
ating with the artillery stationed at
the local forts be organized i Pea-
saeola, and with this idea in view he
has addressed a letter to Major C. P.
Townsley, co n-"dlng the Eihth ar-
tillery district, insteting that off-
cial to make efforts to arouse inter-
est among the young men of Pensaco-
la with a view to organizing sucb
companies. The major has recently
taken up the matter with Gen. Foster.
and the latter in turn has correspond-
ed with officials and prominent citi
zens of Pensacola. Inasmuch as Sec-
retary Taft is to land here on his re-
turn from Colon this month, the mat-
ter is now receiving more attention
than it otherwise would and plans are
being formulated whereby one or
more companies will be mustered in-
to service before the secretary of war
reaches here.

A cyclone dipped down about two
miles southeast of town Wednesday
afternoon and caused great consterna-
tion and some lose of property to the
people living in its path. It rose at-
ter clearing up a strip of about half a
mile. in which it made a clean sweep
of a tract about fifty yards wide. One
house was blown entirely down. and
another lifted from its foundations.
,oth houses were occupie.l by colore.l
'niDlips. The cyclone was an ,Igly
laokiuig one. and from the r(porte of
those who saw it and also the evi.lt-
intensitr its .lestruct-ioO where it
;i astritke. it is -rw ry l.k.t t dii nt
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k P'' f.e'e! O.%.12s ui.OW4' In AV-
to their heart's content e .Z, A -
Frlends intervened and! -' r.T" "
was called off. much to the delight o w '* .- :* r .-c.~ ,re t hat
thoae who had to pass along the couun g -.. i. h-- ,mig --a
osl.. son. *.,;'.* bl .' ,- s o "r i::ge+. bri t i.'
ty road. .
-( O(t Ietl Airy weaTt,;'- hta. vauS.e lh
A gmile .ruit to drop f7-'l' tihe trecs an', h-s


i s.pretty uard thin to ea-,uplish uhe,',
you're blue. biliot.s and out of mntt.. Thlre-
isasure eure fer all kiiudof ,tonsarsh :,dd
liver cuaoplints. conipatiti and tlat-p i:,~u.
Ballard's ilerbine- is mild. yet ahb.lutely t-i-
fective in all ases. Price S CentS Usr htAttl..
old hy Titusvile Phanuir y and uiBamr-r
Drug store.
Heavy Vegetable Shipments.
(Wauchula Advocate.)
Vegetables have been leaving this


,'rrt; woulb l ; ,io ;i( nr ri t !) ..s s thi n toil
txes. If a:ll orh-rc Frffers hvv - if
feed to a like ext-wit. the crop nt-x
winter wi! tbe exu.iti-.; ih,rt.- i'rm
ta Gorda Herall.

The union barbers in Tampa are out
on a strike for more pay. They have
been working for $12 a week and 6C
te."r vnt commissiion over $20.f Nw


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The Number Fourteen n France.
?o far a-. France is concerned. It is
rbie tl. nbe.- fourteen that has played a
*-ott..-nio< and generally portentous
oar, in be: history. On May 14. 1.554.
the Ite de la Frr-onnerle was enlarged
',- o-.!#- ,, HIenri II.. and four times
fourtA-en years la:r Renri IV. was as-
s-'tin,v.ted there by Ravaillae-namely.
on Mar 11. 1610. Henri had lived four
tinesfo urteen years. fourteen weeks
as'l four times fourteen days-L e.. fif-
ty-six years and five months. Then
Hon'. son-. mLouis XIII.. died May 11.
1('43 ;he same day and month as bs
fathers, And 1':. adl!el rtetht-r
;u:sals foirr-en. Just as T~1.-'t the year
of the hirth of Henri IV.) equals four-
trn.- T-.o:is X1IV :S ,-enierd the throne
IG4. w-hl,.-h addi-d together equal-.
fourteeni :nd similarly the year of hb
death 171,5> equals.
s100e ew-ard 100.


VV..- ......................41116-..... .... Thereadersof this I-aperwiillIt..,tt-w,4d
thousand packages per day the I4a't they ant $14 a Reek and 60 per cent tolea rs that thereiat lrapet iutl drheaful'
week. Up-to-date fifteen solid cer- over $23.50. disease that sc-ijt-ue ha.-. h-trn, al,!- t, v-iur,- in
loads have been shipped, and three to The strike of the Tampa barbers is tarll it sg the.A tton is Catarh. as,,,
four hundred packages are going out at an end and the tonsorial artists to the medical fraternity (atarrh heinjg a
hy express every- day. titutiool ,RiS-a-. rccqlirt ,.-tlt,-
have gone bac to or tionai treatmenuL 11411s 'Catarrh Cur- i-
Prices have fallen off some this taken internally. acting di!'t-ly upon the
week ,the market being strong at A Happy Pather blood and mucous surfa-es ,,f the sy.-tem.
thereby destroying the foundation mf the- dis-
about t2.30 per crate for both beans isoou turned t"a sad oneif he-ha to walk ease. and giving th,- pati-iet -treen th in
and cucumbers. Some of our ship- the floor every night with a crying htb.v building up the constitutioni and asiitiing
SMcGee's Ray Elixir will nake the child well. nature in dkiug its work Th. -i.r.i,::t't'.
iers have averaged net returns ofIsoothe its uerve:i. induce healthy. nuoril have ro much faithli iut. .;t;ei- .wrt.
more than $3 per crate for their ship' slumber. Best for disordered howe's and that they offer One Hundred I!.'arn for any
eat to of wee sour Stomach--all teething hahi.et need it. c as that it failb to cure. Send for li-t te---
ments up to the ar or this week. I Plemaent to take. sure and safe. oontains so timonials.
My one-half the atWe ns ow go-; hamful drugs. Price :5 and 30 cents per AddreMs, F. J. CHENEY ,& 'I. To,,-'! **
g out ae cmbottle. Sold by Titusville Pharnm-ey and Sold by Dru.gistit. 75c.
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A "moisel gan." for which HBlrm
Pery Mazti. sO of Sir Hiram Mas-
Im. whon tented the ahine gan
which bears his name. ba Just been
panted a patent. threatens, in the eyes
o ecrperts. to reolutioniae the world
to arms. By the devke tbL db!kcharge
to a rve M rsvover is rendered practi-
aniy n-'a n and. with smoke.s
pw-.r ml.Uufy eart assert. may
lad t the safts equipment of the ar-
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Mr. Maxi, who resides at Hartford.
Oamu., asisrt that the discovery of the
'auait Ihmrm" really was an aedenet.
reslting frem his steady of the prob
sm of sensc tg explasios inc-
dent to the running of a a atomoble.
he prlciple involved is similar to
that of the autemabie muer. the re-
port being prevented through fhe ac-
tis of a valve hih allows the gas
to escape gradally, with only a sent
hismsis mnd.
By this device, which does not alter
the appearance of any weapon except
fra a all c emplece masr the male
the esepe of the gase follow dis-
charge of the xpiosive is sht oe juIt
as the ballet emerges from the maze.
Thin mslt la obtained by means of a
valve operated by the pressure of the
gase slUdin aerom the bore immaed
ately after the bullet piases.
] C~,vE a the gases from escaping
suddenly and provoking a consequent
load report. ths valve allows them to
Iase gradually through a series of
small hoble thus obviating all noise
except a slight hissing sand. Am
munition of any kind may be used.
Military expert ase tt tht i
weapon olds the power to revolution-
ae modern methods of warfare. By
Its se skirmishers cold work along
an enemy's trot and shot down pick-
eta without their presence being noted.
Sharpabooters would be enabled to
pick of men without reports betray-
Ing their position. The extended front
of an entire army, maked, might op-
erate with tremendous execution be
fore ts position eold be defined.

Good Words forCcanuberlgan'sCoh

People everywhere ake. plsrwe is tti-
fig to the good qualities of Camberlain's
Mh Remedy. Ms Edward PhBims of
Ba chy Md., writes "I wia to toll yea that
I can it-Csbad Chamberl'iu's C(Mk Rem-
edy. My little girl t therine whob two
year old. has been taking this remedy when-
ever hae had a cold since she was two montbe
old. Aboat a monthao I eoatraceddredd-
faicold myself. bt I took Chamberlain's
Ctogh Remedy& ad asMsooas well as ever.'
This remedy is for rle by Tituaville Phar-
macy and all dealer.

A Sad realk.
"It bents the Dutch." said a young
broker, -how mu-b trouble a fellow's
wife's most charming girl friend can
make for a fellow-or for a fellow's
ife." Then he explained what ap-
peared to be greatly In need of ex-
planation. "I went home for dinner
the other night" he continued. -with
a friend who was married recently.
The wife's old chnm was there and
met the bhuband for the art time
"'Really.' she aaid on presentation
*1 quite feel that I have known you
You see. that picture of yours in foot-
ball costume that Jennie always kept
on her dresser so long was very fa-
milLir to me.'
"Say. you ought to have seen the
face of that friend of mine. But be
finally found his voice
*BuLt my dear Miss Smith.' be re-
plied. "I never was a football player
and never had oin a football costume.'
-Tten you should have seen Miss
Smith's faie."--New York Globe.


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.DOINGS OF THE An Important LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIPAND


}: PRESENT WEEK "ARRIVAL"IN AND INCIDENTS Bargains In Every Department PERSONALS .

TOWN I MONDAY, MAY 18, 1908. .

,'i.,;: Pungent lotes Pertaining to Events One of the "recent* arrivals" in Personal Paragraphs About People that I overplaids Ginghams and in stripes all the,latest endless checks variety Something About the People of Titus- .

t Transpiring About Tom town should be of personal interestto Travel Here and ThereDr. of patterns, 15 cents is the wholesale -
.,...io you. Of interest to you because I price, Monday'sspecial12%cents Yille as They Come and Go

t Have you tried a grape punch;5 cents destined to affect, intimately and favorably Miller, Dentist, Titusville. per yard. Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug 4

at the Banner Drug Store. ward your personality, your "out I New shipment of children's barefoot Ladies' ready made voile skirts, Store for cold drinks and ice cream.
fellow
!'l' ,. Boys' Khaki knickerbocker pants, men. appearance"This "arrival"to has your come ,to I sandals just arrived at Bran I with two rows of taffeta folds,worth Still another large shipment of

75 cents per pair at Branning's.A help you in many difficult business ning's., $8.00 Black, special underskirts$5.98. made of the best Panama hats just arrived. The

new cement sidewalk has been deals-to increase your selfrespectand Mrs. Simonson and Miss Edith Pat- quality of heatherbloom with wide I swellest on the coast for 500. At

laid in front of Mrs. Deisner's board selfconfidence.The "arrival's" name. is A Suit of erson visited friends on Banana river ruffle, worth $2.00, special $1.29. i Winston S. Branning's. e

ing house this
Mr. Winston S. Branning went to Mr. Paul Dressler left this week Unbleached sea island cotton, Mon- of yesterday in town looking after

Sanford on commercial business Monday WINSTON S. BRANNING for visit of several days with friendsin day's special 13 yards for $1.00. his political fences and paid THE

'returning via New Smyrna that Jacksonville. French lawn, 40 inches wide, sheer STAR office a pleasant call. t
Up-to-Date Clothing House and fine, worth 25 cents, special for .
night. Titusville, Florida. The reader's attention is directedto Monday only, 15 cents per yard. A meeting of the board of directorsof

Mr. Claude McCandless, who has the letter published in another Yard wide percales, worth 15 cents the Indian River Hotel companywas

,r! been in charge of the public school column from Mr. J.R. Walker to Dr. Monday's special 12, cents per yard. held at the office of PresidentGeo.

J at Melbourne the past year, is in Church Notes Hughlett. Ready maUe sheets, 72x90, special M. Robbins Monday night. _

town visiting friends. Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Berge and 50 Pillow cents each.casing, 46 inches wide, Pep- Mr. A. P. Gruber has moved his
Sunday next at LaGrange at 11
Dean Robottom left Titusville on daughter, Miss Mabel, expect to perell mills, 15 cents per yard. family in town from LaGrange, be-
a. m., and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. leave New Smyrna for Adelphia White lawn good quality worth t
Thursday for Daytona to make the ing much nearer his place of business.
address before the graduating class Dean Robottom will officiate in N. J., some time next week. 15 cents, special 10 cents per yard.Children's 'I They are occupying one of the Weber 1
underwaists made of
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of the Daytona high school. Melbourne on Sunday morning, May Capt. John Houston, of Eau Gallic, good quality of cambric, sizes from > cottages on Main street.
17th at 11 anti in Eau Gallie Sunday _
on
Mr Geo. M. Robbins returned was in town Tuesday looking after .Z to 14, za cents each. Mr. J. Lorillard, Jr., was taken

a home Sunday morning from Miami evening at 7:30. his political fences just before the I Children's drawers made of good seriously ill Tuesday while near his )

:} where court and other important Dr.J. B. Hawk will preach at Geor- primary and called at THE STAR of quality hemstitching of domestic special with 25 flounce cents and new boat, the result of a chronic

business held him for ten days.If giana Sunday, May 17th at 11 aa*m. fice.The pair, sizes from, 2 to 14. per trouble; of long standing. At this .

you,want the best shoes go toBranning's and 7:30 p. m. All communities are United States grand juryal R. & G. and Thompson's glove fitting I writing he is convalescent. r
cordially invited to the services. ,Miami last week found an indictment corsets, the odds and ends of I
the largest line shown We understand Mrs. E. S. Wiley
!containing 144 counts against Wm. last season, some were $1.00, $1.25
i on the river for the whole family, Letter from J. R. Walker M. Brown, president and director of and $1.50, you can have your choice has sold her cottage to the Baptist
;+ all standard makes, every pair guaranteed ; for 35 cents if you can find your size. church for a parsonage. The build
Brevard Co. Public Schools.J. .
the Fort Dallas National bank. It is
Mail orders promptly filled on any ing will be moved to the lot just
R. Walker, Supt. not known whether this trial will be of the above goods.
.I Miss Taylor, aunt of Mrs. Rev. J. Titusville Fla. 19th 1908.Dr. north of the church and improved.Mr. .
KLINE
April held at Miami or Jacksonville.By JULIUS Titusville.

i P. McCall died Tuesday afternoon at W. L. Hughlett, Cocoa, Fla. consent of Capt. Fischer __ u n ____ Casper Mims stopped off in
F about 2 o'clock.. The remains were con Letter from Prof. Overstreet town last week en route from Baltimore
My dear Doctor: tractor, the new mail boat just built
forwarded White Springs Wednesday to spend the summer with his
I am in receipt of ,your favor of by Mr. J. D. Ennis was used to carry Sylyania Ga., May 7,1908.
) for interment, accompanied by mother and brother at Fort Pierce
April 17th, in which ask two the Artesia mail yesterday in orderto Editor of THE FLORIDA STAR
3' you
,Rev. McCall and wife. and called at THE STAR office Saturday.
questions touching upon the steward acquaint the latter with the route I will thank you if you will publishthe I
There several parties who I
were ship of Hon Geo.S. Singleton, member which he will take up July 1st, when following: It was my intentionto readied P
made the trip to the ocean beach I Mr. J. L. Mobley has a
of the school board from districtNo. his 4->ear contract starts up. publish an article, before I left,
Sunday and had a most thoroughly I depth of about 200 feet on the ar-
2.1st. Archdeacon B. F. Brown, formerly thanking the officers and patrons of
.enjoyable outing on account of the tesian well at Mr. Robbins' place, in
J Has Mr. Singleton, since his of Titusville, now has charge of the Titusville school for the loyal sup-
t extremely cool weather for May and I Sunbeam. It is proposed to continuethe
appointment as a member of the the Episcopal church at Sanford,but port given to our corps of teachersfor
for: work until
I the beautiful moonlight night a satisfactory flow of
school board, discharged his duties retains his home in Orlando. We the Dast scholastic year. I feel
the return. good water is obtained. .,
well and faithfully? Answer Yes, had the pleasure of meeting Mr. sure that every individual teacherhas
'r Mrs. W. T. Mathers, accompanied Contractor P. J. Hall moved the
no man could have been more earnestin Brown in Sanford Monday while on striven to discharge the several .
by Miss Vernie and Townsend Monroe his desire to promote the best in- our return from St. Petersburg. duties of his office. In their dis- small building away from the lot recently .

: her step-daughter and son, also terests of the schools, and especiallyin charge the assistants have had the i purchased by Mr. Robinson

_. her friend, Mrs. Judge Palmer, left his own district. 2nd. Has his TROPICMiss fullest co-operation of the principal. I from G. E. Pritchett on Wednesdayto 1

last Saturday for White Springs, : the lot west of Mr. Haile's which
relations with the board been that ofa Annie Stewart and Sister Nellie The teaching force has been in per

where Mrs. M. and the children will gentleman? Answer-I do not recall were calling on friends here Fri- fect accord throughout the year. Mr. Hall recently bought and upon

t probably spend the summer. which he will erect a cottage for
any action of Mr. Singleton's day.Mr. We have tried to satisfy every reasonable

f Mr. E. E. Knox, who has been which could have been called ungen- Frank Tuten, of Artesia,visit demand made upon us, and renting, using the building just
ed friends here his to adjust complaint to the sat- moved for kitchen.Mr. .
head clerk at the grocery store of tlemanly. I presume the chairman Sunday on way to every
Vero. isfaction of the parent and the future
Messrs. E. L. Brady & Bro. for would call any one down who should good of the pupil. That have and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and
The friends of Miss Nellie Scho- you
Miss Grace left Wednesday ,
daughter
many years has been promoted to a show any disposition to act in such field are pleased to have her with appreciated our efforts along this morning, via St.Johns, River Line

position of responsibility with the manner. In conclusion I believe Mr. : them again. line is abundantly attested by the of steamers Jacksonville and their

.grocery business of E. L. Brady Co., Singleton is alive to the very best in- I Mr. George Ensey carried quite a fact registered.that so few In complaints behalf of have been home in Hammondsport, N. Y., be-

y at Miami, where he will hold a better terests of the common school system, party up to the dance at Georgiana teachers 1 thank for our such corpsof ing accompanied by Miss Charlotte I

paying position. Mr. Knox expectsto and so far has shown no dispositionto Saturday evening. support, knowing you that generous our Palmer who has been spending some '+'

leave about the first of next month hinder any movement that was for Messrs. Charlie Stewart, of Brant work must have fallen far short had time past here with Mrs. Dr. B. R. .

for Miami and carries with him the the general ley, and Sam Stewart, of Eau Gallie, we failed to win and retain your good sold Wilson.their Mr.neat and little Mrs. Rathbun to have Mr.
good.Very were in Tropic Sunday. cottage .
opinion. I also appreciate the
best wishes of his many friends here. truly yours, many J. P. Wilson, who has moved into J
MisslNellie' } Schofield and Miss Ruth commendatory remarks about our
JOHN It. WALKER, Supt. the same. They expect their new t
Harrison were the guests of Miss commencement exercise. We are
We Are to Celebrate the FourthA ( concrete cottage will be ready for
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Annie Stewart, of Banyan, Sunday. under obligation to Mrs. Trez Wilson
meeting of the citizens and businessmen Fine Monday Offerings of Men's Mrs. Schley, who has been spend-I. for her generous criticisms, also, to them on their return in the fall.

of Titusville was held Wed- Clothing ing the past winter with her friend, I Capt. Pritchard for the free Use of I Globe-Wernicke Elastic book

nesday night at THE STAR office for Special prices in boys' and youths' Mis. Merrill, left for Kansas City; : the opera house, making possible an Talking machines, records and cases needles
the purpose of devising ways and suits. Extra big reduction in men's last week. I evening ot pleasure without cost to I House, boat and copper paints

means of celebrating the glorious clothing, price makes no difference, Mr. and Mrs. George Ensey, who i the public. Lastly, I extend to the FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Fourth. The following committeeswere they must go. have been stopping in Eau Gallie and I people of Titusville my sincere appreciation i Hugs, carpet and linoleum. Matting 1'.
appointed: Trunks and dress suit I for the many personal Edison and iumbia batteries '
cases at spec- visiting their parents here, left for
Boat race and finance,J. Lorillard, ial prices. the extension Tuesday. i'courtesies I extended to me during my I' Baseballs mits, masks, gloves
,Jr; bicycle race, E. B. Wager; boxing JULIUS KLINE, j I entire stay in your splendid little CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 f
Mrs. John W. Merrill anil ton Mr. -------
Dr. tournament (I Yours I
contest, Utley; city. truly,
Titusville Fla.
John, who have been coming toTrop- ; Florida Press Association
D; B. Pritchard; baseball, J. M. Os- I S. J. OVERSTRLET.
ban dance W. S. music ic for several winters, left for Kan- ,
Branning
; ; ---- St. Petersburg gave the Florida
in Trees I
,Capt. Pritchard; printing, E. B. Bargains sas City, Mo., last week. j For Sale Cheap For Cash Press association a fine time at the

Wager and C. H. Walton; treasurer, Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds, Mr. Rutlcdge Ensey had the misfortune j convention there last Friday and Sat-
rt L. A. Brady. Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 to get a fish fin in his finger Six acres and a half of improved urda). The flatue of the occasionwas

-.' A complete list of the different cents each, $25.00 per luO. and stung by a ting ray within three I I land on Merntts Inland, known; the address b; Third Assistant
J. D. BEACH days but pleased to he is getting', the Sidney Carpenter place. Title per-
events, together with the prizes.. etc., say Postmaster Genel'I..1 w he on the
West Palm Beach Fla. along nicely.! !i feet. Addre
will be published later. new postal' regulat ons affecting second
i MRS. R. J. FINE,
---- A correction society was formed in class matter. A resolution was '
Punta Gorda Fla.
Palmhurst's Special Rates Orange and Grapefruit Trees school last week. Its object is to improve -j promptly adopts approving the
the expressions of its ----- stoffice department's actIOn.. F
Beginning Monday, May 11, Palm-, Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high mem- The Alpine Hotel IK
bers. A fine of week St. wa.chosen the
I a penny a is\\ Augustine as M
hurst will merchants dinner hickory hammock. Free from white
serve or imposed on those making incorrect j I| Tituaville, I<}&., F. A. Looley, man- next meeting place of the association
the of fly. One to two old buds. p
luncheon at price thirtyfivecents. year ;year expressions. The society meets twice ager.!I On the European plan -f urn- in 1909 during the Ponce de Leon
Table d' hote dinner servedI Prices from 25 to 55 cents. Carefully -I'I
month when the '' ished and lunch.
quick Cen- week.
a expressions are' rooms ,
6 o'clock at the price of fifty cents. packed and delivered at Oak Hill
'I read out and corrections for the same j jgi'en !Hrally f located. The following officers were elected
A ticket for three of either of these station. J. W. GRIFFIS,
the raised to be for the M. S. Hether-
money so given enduing year:
meals will be sold for dollar. Shiloh, Fla. I
one for school purposes. The officers Photograph GalleryGo l ington, of the Lakeland News, president r\\

elected: Bennie Morris, Pres.; Willie W B. Powell, of the St.
raying I.: to Faust, the photographer, on ;
For Sale For Cash
Cheap Carter, vice Pres.; Marshall Jones Julia street, for artistic photos. All Petersburg; Independent, vice president i. \I
s l Draying attended to.hauling Meet of all all kinds trains.promptly About 88 acres of good high land on and Frank Morris, second and third I. work first class and promptly attendedto. : ; T. J. Appleard, secretary: ;.
I the east or ocean sideof the Indian river I I Ruth Harrison colors and
H. E. HOLTON, vice presidents; secretary Crayon pastel, water J. W. White, treasurer.
Titusville, Fla. at the Narrows, described as follows: I I ; Fedora Ensey, treasurer. oil paintings a specialty. This being a busy week with the I
Lot No. 3, section 35. also lot No. 3, sec
of its
account
being
tion 36, in township 31 south range 39 Soda Fountain for Sale Wood For Sale newspaper on
: For Rent east. This land is unimproved but fine-I the last publication before the primary -

Taylor cottage or suits of rooms furn- ly located. For further particulars address With charging apparatus glasses and Pine er oak. any length. Also plowing we hope to give further men '..'
ished for E. M. Low, I Iw:I feet coil, also peanut roaster. Address and harrowing. See or address J. tion of the delightful trip to St. ,
summer.MRS.. F. M. TAYLOR. I Brockton, Mass. G., STAR office. j I Iy. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. Petersburg in our next.





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A SILENT FIREARM. r.

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I Use ANEW Bon. of Maxim Patents Device Which ,

Makes Shooting Noiseless
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i. P c PERFECTION A -noiseless gun." for which Hiram

Percy )Maxim son of Sir Hiram Maxim .

who Invented the machine
gun 'I
}- Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove which bears bis name has just been

granted a patent threatens. the eyes

ot erperts, to revolutionize the word!

a ::.h Because it's clean. :. of arms By the lt-vke: the dio! arreif Young men want PackarcrsstyIish f'

I Because it's economic 'x a rifle or revolver is rendered practically shoes because of their

noiseless and. with smokeless:
l. dressy effects. They please
powder, military experts assert may

Because it saves lead to the entire equipment of the ar- the eye as well as the foot

1 t mies of the world. '
time. Mr. Maxim who resides at Hartford. and give to the wearer that

4j Becauseitgivesbest Conn., asserts that the discovery of the well dressed

cooking results. "silent firearm" really was 'accIdent. appearanceEVERY PAIR ,
resulting from his study of the problem which distinguishes asa MADE TO WEAR I

Ip Because its flame of silencing the explosions Inci- man of taste.

r = ,,:, can be regulated! dent to the running of an automobile. a

'! instantly. The that of principle the automobile Involved muffler is similar the report to- Sold at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in all stylesJULIUSKLINE

: ." Because it will not overheat your kitchen. being prevented through the action i

i Because it is better than.the coal or wood stove. of a valve which allows the gas
to: escape gradually with only a silent

1 Because it is the perfected oil stove. hissing sound.

By this device which does not alter
For other reasons see stove at your dealer's, the of
'- appearance any weapon exceptfor
I or write our nearest agency. a small crossplece near the muzzle 1

j Made in three sizes and fully warranted. the escape of the gases following discharge v J:
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of the explosive is shut off justas

the bullet emerges from the muzzle. tip

t st4 AZ'-_ : The RaoLarnpforitabrightand.x This result Is obtained by means of a -

valve operated by the pressure of the '
y light simple construction FLORIDA
steady EAST
t and absolute, safety. Equipped ately gases after sliding the across bullet" the passes.bore ImmedJ COAST RAILWAY .j

with latest improved burner. Made of brass throughout
) Preventing the gases from escaping LOCAL TIME CARD
No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL
and beautifully nickeled. An ornament to any room, suddenly and provoking a consequentloud H, 1905 ;

i ''';": whether library,dining-room,parlor or bedroom. Trery report this valve allows them to No. 99Daily No. 29 MAIN LINE' No. 73 No. 93 i

f &r 4 lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at issue gradually through a series of Dally DaJly725pm Daily i

r your dealer's. small holes, thus obviating all nol 610 625pm pm 1035011143am 920 am Ar.-.5t.LY---'acboQYUI.Augustine.-.Lv_ -y -It"> an I i
10pm 7 W am8i3
STANDARD OIL COMPANY except a slight hissing sound. Ammunition 732pm912pm Lv..East Palatka. ::::Lv 604pm32lpm am
(lJIw.......1'E8) 123pm134pm LYOrmond, ..,,, Lv 444 am 1
-x fv of any kind may be used. 925 pm Lv_Daytona,,.., Ly 307pm 4M am t
Military experts assert that thl 1010 pm 220pm LY_\e'" SmyrnaLv 23ipm, 3 ai a.
II IS pm 329 pm LYTltunl1le__ ..
Ly 114 pm 2;;' aa
holds
the to revolutionize 1200 Dt
weapon
power 414
Ly
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Lv 17:32 pm 1 -VI am :
Tampa Woman Gets a Fortune. More State Troops Needed. modern methods of warfare. By 1304 1239( em am 415 450pm'pm Lv.EauGallle Ly_,_Rockled e-Lv_ 12 28 pa 1.11 am !
Lv 1154 am 114
( its use skirmishers could work along 1249am 500pm Lv__Melbourte_....... am
r ,. r : Illness of several weeks resulted In The Times-Union correspondent at an enemy's front and shoot down pickets 600 260 am 700pm Lv_...._lrl. Pterce.L.Lv, 1144 9 b5 am am 11 100 16 pm sal ,I
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death for Emil Dorner at Pensacola 904pm Ar..Wed Palm Beach..Ly 7a am ''4pm
on Friday says: without their presence being noted. 630 am 1046 pm LY.Ft. Lauderdale-LY 5519 am 721:
i'- : the home of his adopted daughter. Secretary of War Taft is anxious Sharpshooters would be enabled to 10 735 00 am IU5 pm Ar Mlamt ...,,...,.,,Ly 500 am 6 20 pm pm
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Y ; Mrs. Mary Garcia 2508 North Morgan that one or more companies of State pick off men without reports betrayIng fit 00 am *1050 am Ar.Honfe ead .._Ly 210 pm pm :1001'11I.100 pm

i ., street. Before dying Mr. Dorner had militia under the control of the adJutant [ their positions. The extended frontof t300 pm -_ Ar..Knlght'KeyDoek_Lv._.......:::..:..::.... tlOOOamDally -

Attorney Lee Gibson draw up his will general of Florida but cooperating an entire army masked, might operate except Sunday. fSundayt and Thursdays only. thada and Saturdays eel,.
with tremendous execution before \
and testament and in this he bequeaths with the artillery stationed at PALATKA BRANCH _
its position could be defined. LeavePclatka
g E ; to Mrs. Garcia his estate in the local torts be organized in Pen EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO Arrive

t s Germany amounting to between $75- sacola and with this idea !in view he Good Words for Chamberlain's TO PALATKA PftUtk .PaUtka EAST PALATKA_ P&1ak.Ct1S
CoughRemedy -
i CO am ......-No. 46 Dally..._. 550 am 555 ""m- :_ ..... ,
000 and $80,000. an estate he has heretofore has addressed a letter to Major C. P. 6'i am __i 48 No. 47 Dally. ... am toO
o. Dally 846 am 800am1115am .._.No,4S Daily_.._...... 8 HUB
untouched because of Townsley the take in testifying 92 am _X.". 60 Dally_ 943 _
__ left an commanding Eighth artillery People everywhere pleasure am1210pm xa II ['ally.1135 am
Ur.oam _.....1'0.6: Dally. .,. .. ...
to the good qualities of Chamberlain's 250 pm .1x0. 6S Il&1ly_ .. 110p
estrangement with kindred.. His brother district Instructing that official .: Cough Remedy. Mrs. Edward Philips of (5pm __ ,.-No. 54 Dally ,_. 425 pm 430 pm _N0. 56 D U,_..._... 450 par I

is at present In' charge of the es- to make efforts to arouse interest Bar chy,hid.. writes: "I wish to tell you thai 6 0pm725pm ---. No..No. 63 M Dally Dally.??_...?...J I 71\595pm pm 800 706 nm pm .__......._?.'sec.ho. 61&g Da11y.Deity------.....__........ 'apa 870..,

tate. Later Mrs. Garcia will make ai' among the young men of Pensac I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem
_SAN MATEO BRANCH
Li ly. My little girl Catherine who is two -- _
: I trip to Germany to come into posses'l' la with a Tiew to organizing sue b years old has been taking this remedy whenever Leave EAST PALATKA Anivs Leave I Arrive

sion of the property left her. The companies. The major has recently I she had a cold since she was two monthsold. P.htka.r.ast: TO SAN MATEO San Ssn EAST SAN MATEO PA1.ATKA TO IAat
About a month ago I contracted a dreg Mateo la eo Palatka
+ wilt stipulates that when she dies the taken up the matter with Gen. Foster ful cold myself bat I took Chamberlain'sCongh 8D: am I_._1'Q,49 Dally_ 850 .
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am 900 .
am N0. 60 Dt ly. ._.... 920
#, property shall pass into the possession and the latter in turn has corresponded Remedy and was soon' as well as ev -r" 3''J'm ____. _.Fo. 6s Dati _._._. tItS at Sto.. ..._..._.._)00. N Ihtt ._.?_..._. too pm aID
This remedy is for sale by Titusville Pharmacy 21 No.1' .
of her children. with officials and prominent citl and all dealers. UNIJ. lio.17 MAYPORT No.' 18 1x0.7! o.24

>r ; 'I When Mrs. Garcia was an infant 15 zens of Pensacola. Inasmuch as Secretary Dally DaIly BRANCH Dally Ally I! Daffy

months old, Mr. Dorner being without Taft is to land here on his return A Bad Break. I 600pm 200pm 9'5am LY..JadSODYUle..Ar 700.. eat pm 'boo pa. .

i a I children adopted her as his daughter from Colon this month the matter "It beats the Dutch." said a youn: 1 6.I.m:ai rm 245 lfiJplII02tam pm jtonam LY.AllanUcBea.cb.LY LYP.. loBeacb.LY 6n 62Oall&am l 40as 35 eta ifill 1620 par pr:
broker -how much trouble a fellow'swife's 71'1j300plUt04SaD1tAr.; .Ma rt.. ..Lv 600tm '
t and has looked after her as well as is now receiving more attention -N--- m
"' most charming girl friend can 3 Na I 1(0.2 Jta 4 N. ,
: I she after him since that time. than !it otherwise would and plans are make for a fellow-or for a fellow'?. ex.Il.ily 5rrn eI.Daily Sue. OrsageCItybraseb Daily, Daily Dally SM..... I'..... II.Daily. 10
ex SliD es.8an. .8QA. CIt.8QD.2JJlm .
being formulated
'' ) whereby one or wife. Then he explained what
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i i e Good for Everybody more companies will be mustered.. into to be greatly In need of ex 31's pm 1(11(')1m Lv.L..NewSmyrnaAr.Lake Helen Ly. t231 1J5pm pD 411 800 pm pm 100 SOOam alii U.Lv ?Seabed twavWe Ly.At.1270 970 am pm l

q t service before the secretary of war planation. "I went home for dinner 3"5 pm lQ50atD (Ly.OraDie eu, Lv. ita pm 410 pm _...._ ._,.._. __ .. ..... ...
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Mr. Norman R. Cwilter a promiuet the other night he S If) pm 11 o7 amiArOran eCtt Je 1215 tD 400 m ..? ...__ ..._....._.....?_..... ............... '
in the Delbert Building San Francisco teaches here. continued "with .
i- says "I fully endorse all that has been said a friend who was married recently. (wenn Ho.nsAe at 9Cetght. ir.Y D_lc for It.y ANt wd ..y-..

. -l of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It us A cyclone The wife's old chum was there and ..hand.l These. TL'IIE TA BLES h..the tilDe.**wAlsh tnt*. IraN e1...... t. ... i
1 good for ererybody. It corrects stomach, dipped down about two j depart from the Myera1.taUOII" bet their arrival. ..rtmr.M the ttaeenrM i
, liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and miles southeast of town Wednesday met the husband for the first time. ...r 1a Dotr\laraDteed;set d"*.the Company held fault re...JuiMe fer a.y delay
efficient and builds the system"Electric **'Really.* she said z': t'OD--qaeace ar1.hR tlHtrelrolD.
r. t 'J manner up on presentation.I !p l
.!. Bitters i is the best spring aedicineever I afternoon and caused great consternation quite feel that I have known you For.C.p5 .t the t..cal Time Card .r Otaer Iafrmatte
sold over a druggists counter as a blood I and some loss of property to the You SS-tlLJ THE TICKET .AGENT," ""I
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that of '. p
: t purifier it is unequaled. 50 cents at Banner see. picture yours in football RAHNER, AcsbUat Qentral PMI. Ajt., ST. AIX1U5TINE" FLORIDA
1ft Drag Store. people living in its path. It rose after costume that Jennie always kept I

clearing up a strip of about half a on her dresser so long was very familiar 1'1

E ; Almost Fought a Duel. mile in which it made a clean sweep to meSay. .'

t (Key West Citizen.) of a tract about fifty yards wide. One you ought to have seen the
I face of that friend of mine. But be
Two Cuban cigar makers at the M. house was blown entirely down and i ianotber
} finally found his voice.
Valle factory had a dispute Monday : lifted from its foundations "
4 'But dear Miss Smith
my : be re '
t .i. ... : and as thee were averse to spoiling Both houses were occupied b? colore-1. plied. 'I never was a football player !.- Heallh 1S

:i ... each other's faces a Americano: tam lies. The cyclone was an rgly and never had on a football costume.:

': f 1 they agreed to repair to the field ot looking one, and from the reports of I. "Then you should have seen Miss More Than

3' 1 honor and decide their dispute by the those who saw it an Wealth
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( code duello.Seconds ." intensity r.' its destruction where it

were secured end the part: i"d strike, it is ory lucky it did not The Number Fourteen In France. ,: .:
1 ?o far a. France Is concerned. It I In : i gaLLAOS' Use
4 started for one of the quiet bpath: ari>en to strike a core lU ItIItus :"" s.owti
the uutiiber 4
fourteen that has
leading from the county road where tcn.-Live: Oak >:errocrat. played a il M T
COUS.DK-UOIM! and generally portentous .1 BALLARD'SI
t they could shoot holes in each: otht r ---- [+art in her history. On May 11. 1I.. KINO
heart's A P'r' Lt: "et"! ojt nge stoer in Ar'i'dic -
to their content. the line de la Ferronnerle was enlarged

Friends intervened and the ..!ur' ; last Voav statetbut.! r. fie s' \T order: 1,.' Henri IL and four times! I SNOW OF

'e was called off. much to the delight o. weeks il.'. the protects were that fourteen years later Henri IV. was assassinated THEM

;' j those who had to pass along the ('OUll'ty his grove :5.Oaifield! thy coming s-ea' there by Ua rail lac-namely. "; =: 'i LINIMENT

t. : t road. son. ;./;)') bozes o;' oranges: but tlu. 03 Mar 11. 1610. Henri had Jived fourt.'tues ALL

continued; dry weather: had caused: thti .foarteen years fourteen weeks AND
and four times fourteen L
days-- e.. fir
A Smile .ruit to drop from the trees and his:
ty-slx years and five months. ThenHenrfs will always have Rood health.
t U hard tbiu nbeiiyou're crJi) would amount to less than Vboxes. you What la moM to
pretty ; to se aiplih 141 Ion. Louis! XIII. ditd May 11. than good health? AU the a man
+' blue, bilious and out of M)its. There I money !? the worM
] If all other cau't make
growers; have suffeicd 1043 (the wher b-altn
R p is a sure cure for all kinds of stomach mid same day and month as his happiness IS unknown.. Ballard's Snow Liniment
liver cotoplviots, con>tipatiun and dai>ep6U>. to a like extent, the crop next fathers! And 1613: added together riTOCCRheunatkrn' Cuts: Burns Sprains, Neuralgia
i Eallard's Hetbiiie is mild, yet absolutely" effective winter will be extremely short.Punta equals fourteen. just as lVi3 (the year I Sores SLltf jft. Contracted Mu'ccks flame
in all cases. Price 50"lItS ucr b...ttie! .1 Back and all ,
+ i of the
, Sold l Drug Store. teen. LOTUS XJ3sC't"nd the throne
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134,1.; which added together equals Knows.
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The union barbers in Tampa are out
Heavy Vegetable Shipments. fourteen and similarly the year of n!? J. G. Scott, SaltLakftCItv! '
i on a strike for more pay. They have death ITlot T ('Anno'
i Wauchula Advocate.) ( equals. too hihly; praise your IlallW.Vw1 '
been working for $12 a week and 60\ the relief of acute Linitucnt for
{ I Vegetables have been leaving tbi S10O Reward S1OO. r1t"Ulna.tlmall",1 by IUlli.I"11 chanbb
per tent: commission over $20. Nowthey and expoburo to the 'Wl. \tht'r. 1441
thousand packages day the The readers of this will be aUard's ViuJSi n i your
per past want ?14 a week and 60 raper pleaxri] Horehouna Syrup for 3
cec
per
k t week.pt-date fifteen solid carloads to learn that there L*at Ieu.-t one drtadfu These used together uvryull pain. c lJIi.
t over $23.50.The : disease that science: has beeu able to mre in
have teen shipped and three to strike of the Tampa barbers is all its starts: and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh GET THe OENUI E. Three Sbc* 25c. 5\ 51.00f
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Cure ia the
hundred only positive cure known _
four packages out
are going
at an end and the tonsorial artist i to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a

by express every day. have gone back to work. :constitutional dustasrequins a con-stitu-: Ballard Snow
Prices have fallen off some this I __ ____ I tionai treatment. lUIl's Catarrh Cure is Liniment Co.
I I taken internally, acting directly upon t hem
week .the market being strong at I A Happy Fathers !blood and mucous surfaces of the syt> 500-501 North .Second Street
.thereby destroying the foundation the dis-
of
about J2.30 crate for both beans
per I, turned to sad if he
soon a has
S one to wall else, and: giving the patient strength in ST. LOUIS
and cucumbers. Some of our shippers I the floor every night: with a crying hat y building Dp the constitution and assisting \ [
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have averaged net returns of McGee's Baby Elixir: will make thechild well, nature in doing; its work. The proprie)' lSSOURI.'j'
.1 soothe its nerves, induce healthy,
nor mad haTe* much faith in its curative rover 'j
more than $3 per crate for their shipments slumber. Best for disordered bowes! and that they offer One Hundred Dullars for auy l
f up to the first of this week. I sour stomach-all teething habits need it. rase that it fails to cure. Send for list of Sold and
I I Pleatant to take, sure and safe, contains no timonials. Reconinicndc by
+ Fully one-half the regete{ les now harmful drugs. Price 25 and 50 cents
goj j per Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo.tf'.b-I
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ing out are cucumber bottle. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy an" Sold by Druggists. 75v. Tittisvillo; 1r'1 >tett.tilttoa r I
Banner Drug Stoic. L\Uct ,
Hall's Family Pills are the best an1"101:0': .
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\t; _; t which would give connection with the i IN AN OPEN CANOE. A Square Deal
VH1IlS t Central DEBUT FOR A BOY. llI
of Georgia.
..q_ ..'" > ..>- ..-"< .' ,....." +. Is assured you when you buy Dr. PlerWs
: I A brother :Two Men Are Paddling From Miamito Brooklyn Society Fad Which Deprives family medicines-for all the Ingredients
: riIIJ. of A. C. Pheil of this city .
.: lf.i :rIRFLORIDAk Girls of This Exclusive Privilege. entering Into them are printed on
1 has sent him of Charleston.
some samples
-_ "" .' ,. ... ..... ... pure the bottle-wrappers and their formulasare
''t.. .. .,\..-.0 ; .. .' .1 Brooklyn society folk are In ecstasiesover
: sulphur which found seventy In attested under oath
were an ordinary canoe, propelled entirely as being completeand
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; :(: ; : siig_{boJ1e, Towards the De- | feet below the surface of the groundin by baddies, says the Miami Me- ing out"a brand line.new Setting wrinkle at In variance the "-eom-all paying correct.for and You that know the just ingredients what you are are A

{ffjj1 of a phosphate mine, less than two tropolis of Friday, Messrs. J. S. Bige- tradition the youths of the elite in gathered from Nature's laboratory, being
: J' lent the Peninsula
I miles from Floral City, this State. low; and Cochrane began this morning Brooklyn are breaking in on a pridlege selected from the most valuable native ...

a ;}:,During the month of April 88 buildpermits This sulphur was brought up in sucha a trip that must necessarily be filled which until now the girls hare medicinal roots found growing In our 4

.:iDi large and solid that it had to with adventure and had all to themselves, that of being American fomtTamtwhlle potent to CURl
,'i '" "... .... were Issued in Tampa, oftqtalTalue mass exciting exper- are perfeEtig harmlyOvaato the
t "5\j..E' of $132,325. be dynamited in order to handle It. iences. The voyage lays through the formally Introduced to society. The delicate womg aJ7nilu5! Not a dropdalroh.0 1 i
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: Some first presentation of "male debutante"took p nt P r into tb p?r forat",...'p .
i A. : countries have their wealth in Inland water route and will not be ter
wireless
t
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:. ) \, will place on the heights. The affair rcujeh t* t{,p rami Ic us t .r S.1 ,

< .. soon 'be established at Tampa. The the surface soils, while Florida's minated until Charleston, S. C., and has .been the all absorbing topic in I"P..pr' I".l ,.. 'rlnp

,. c greatest wealth to lie further north has 1 nI t l n Bern YIzt, 'Jrp Ill[' e.)
*Marconi system will be used. may yet prove probably a point Brooklyn society. rejimglycerine.. This agent possessed i

' P" ,. far below Its surface sands.-St Petersburg been ,reached. Young Herbert Dickinson Lewis It is Intrinsic medicinal properties of its own!
?;k Fred ,H. Puckhaber
a prominent
I""' "l' Independent.A Both gentlemen are wealthy, ath- who has set the new fashion for the being a most valuable antiseptic aril anti-I,

I /.; citizen of Jacksonville, died at his growing up lads of Brooklyn's "smartset. ferment, nutritive and soothing demul-. ,
letic and Mr. Bigelow own-
:'." home,in that city last Thursday night party consisting of Raleigh and healthy ." Mr. Lewis, who recently turned cent.
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Glycerine
ed the cruising yawl Iris, and has plays an important part in.
Plans for a new Masonic Temple Carney Dyess, John Tucker and son twenty, made his debut at his home Dr.l> erce's Golden Medical Discovery, in I|

in Harless came out of Lake Okeechobee been coming here for the past three 20 Remsen street The coming out par- the cure of indigestion, dyspepsia and
Gainesville
have been completed A few he sold the weak stomach attended by sour risings
. seasons. days ago ty was given In his honor his
April 23 with two launches by par-
and the work of carrying heartburn foul breath, coated tongue, 1
e erection will soon over seven hundred gator hides yacht to B. J. Southall. Mr. Cochraneis ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .Lewis. It poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach t xt

begin. a prominent club man of Boston was a regular out and out debut, with biliousness and kindred derangements -',
"- the result of a few weeks' hunting. of the stomach, liver and bowels.
Tampa's cigar industry showing and other places and has been in Miami flowers a'tea table, a host of "the f..llows" ,
They" were closely followed by another I I Besides curing all the above distressing 1
on hand and a sure enough receiving I ailments the"Golden Medical
signs of impiavement, the shipmentsfor all winter. Discovery
party of hunters made up of W. W. party of three girls and two Is a specific for all di mucous
last week being .. 60,000 cigars or The trip planned at the whether
canoe was
membranes as catarrh of the
Whidden, Jeff Will and Tom Corbett, young men. The receiving girls were
:332 -.:asA -. last moment, or at least not until' of nasal passages or of the stomach, bowelsor
course bewitchingly gowned and the
y who carried about two hundred gator pelvic organs. Even in its ulcerative

movement is now under way in hides. The big lizards have been a few days ago. They started out boys most correctly garbed. They-the stages it will yield to this sovereign rem-

i from the Palm dock and girls-were Miss Katherine Journeay edyttitsusebeperseveredIn.InChronteCatarrh I.I
Royal car
Gainesville to organize a branch of the
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more in evidence owing to dry weather -
I of the Nasal passages, it is well,
Young Men's Christian Association in driving them out to water.-Okee- ried besides gun and fishing tackle, Miss Dorothy Cockshew and Miss Marjorie while taking the "Golden Medical Discovery iI i
Webber. The H.
that city. a shelter tent, gasoline stove and such boys were for the necessary constitutional
chobee cor. Estero Eagle. Greenman Canda and Henry Carrington. treatment, to cleanse the passages freely it I
other articles as will be needed on two or three times a day with Dr. Sage's r
The twenty-fifth annual meeting of The debutant was "presented" by
News was received by Miss Florida trip and between points it is taking up Catarrh Remedy. This thorough courseof t
the General Association of Congrega his father. Many flowers were sent to treatment the worst
generally cures
tional churches in Florida came to an Dewar, a member of the Tampa High the better part of the room In the lit- him but he carried no bouquet. lie cases. i

School faculty, of the tragic death of tle craft They will camp wherever was attired in a black frock coat and In courts and hoarseness caused by bro
end In St. Petersburg last Friday. chial. throat and lung affections, except consumption
Deacon Dewar, her brother, at Clear- night overtakes them, and do not expect gray trousers, it being afternoon and la Its advanced stares,the Golden

The total value of exports which water Thursday afternoon. Mr. De; to reach their destination shortof also wore a white tie. Medical Discovery Is a most efficient rem- 4
edy. especially in those obstinate hamr-on
included lumber, cotton and naval war, riding his horse in a race with month.A Almost everybody In Brooklyn society toughs caused by irritation and congestion of t

,' stores, from the port of Pensacola dur a is voting young Mr. Lewis' debut a the bronchial mucous membranes The"Discover F .:
friends was thrown against a tree by "
mutual agreement is said to exist ) U not so rood for acute coughs arts-
% ing the month of April, was $1,412,775. crushed charming Idea and it is expected thatit tog from sudden colds!, nor must it be ex- ,
the animal. His skull was .
between the two men that the will be generally followed for theyoung pected to cure consumption In its advanced
It is said that more than one thousand and he died two hours after the acci- In- stages-no medicine will do that-but for all 1
first one who tires of the trip or men who have reached an age to the obstinate chronic troughs which if Deelected. -

-- acres hare been planted in Watermelons dent. Deacon Dewar was 22 years timates that he would like to give it be formally Introduced. Mr. Lewis, the, .or badly treated, lead up to consume 1
Uon.it lathe best medicine that can be taken _
by truck farmers along the old. He lived at Largo and was to up and "get out and walk" forfeits elder smiled when asked about his I t <;
I
line lof the Louisville and Nashville have been married in a fortnight. He $1,000 to the other.A son's debut. .

Railroad In West Florida betweenat' was one of the most popular young "You see," said he, "we have no Tike.V"st I'alnabtf Sit of Yackt and Beet-

daughter and as it is leap year we B"iUig Boots ever Ii.dlashed.RUDDER .
River Junction and Pensacola. men on the West Coast-Tampa Living Skeletonis
thought under the circumstances we

.. Governor N. B. Broward has entered News.A the final condition of any child that has ought to 'bring Herbert out'"

suit for $50,000 damaegs against worms-if it lives. Think of having something -
a farmer from Little River drove HOW-TO BOOKS
i in your stomach that eats all you take Trades Unions.
the' Tribune Publishing Company of into the city yesterday with a wagon as nourishment Nine tenths of the babies Where Besaart Have and Over yro lo.ts bn bern built from the lines

p Tampa for printing and circulating load of watermelons. This is the rec have worms maybe yours bus. Be certain Begging is a vocation in China printed in thcv! toots SuccessfulsiQed in
that it has not by giving it White's Cream beggary an institution. In every province every dine and upon every SM: Full detail
certain circulars containing an article ord for early watermelons, and it Is Vermifuge expels all worms and is a tonic there Is an organized beggars' drawing cf ali pw.. show,: swat it is anJ

copied from the Milton Index-Record for the baby. Price 23 cents. Sold by Titni-: how to route rt-Text extremely simple.
the Statecan
doubtful if any other part of trade union or guild-in some districts
ville Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store. HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
Lumber from the of show such early results In raising several These guilds have presidentsand .
shipments port t.fo-t n w r ibw.t U rV._,to> *ailJ.frame an fe m
cowl taci.g. u.t fur a... $.fam UM limn M ia, 3r
and In respect 1Wft1' .1 r
'. Fernandina for the month of April melons. The farmer stated that Headed Off an Injunction. officials are every C
There Is HOW TO BUilD A SKIPJACKA
amounted to 7642.560 feet, valued At he had planted only three acres just thoroughly well organized. *i. l-oal .r b
(Pensacola Journal.) a membership fee of about %4, and all thralr ,'.,S-c t-sni'..5t..ilt:3o.p ,..f
4225000. Other exports consisted of for an experiment, but as his crop --,,;: tN.aae..1r-a abide the rules.
-< members swear to by
naval stores and palmetto leaves.'th.s had done so well he is now sorry that The sixty men. composing the provisional HOW TO eUUP A RACING SLOOP
'
: The chiefs, or "kings, as they are Voat m4.1 -t.Infmftiiff ee-r.le..r.ad,- a pets
I total exports amounting: to 1131824. he did not put out a great many more. company of state militia, who called are under the protection of the I.e.....,..-..i li.At"*..:a.i.i*awl Aiblralit; uto bail t MU*

, The melons were disposed of to Mi- have been on duty in Pensacola since and their is con- '
A gang of Dade county convicts is magistrates, power HOW TO 3'Jil! A MOTOR LAUNCH
the departure of the State troops left Fitnw aivt ,*..u.-ol ......... hPwl.to..irwtsl.wl
I who retailing themat siderable.-Wide World Magazine. "
ami merchants are
'..:a at y ....._. S..rrj u.uer pi.a.

t" surface road between Homestead an.l from 60 cents to 100.Miami Pensacola TUesday morning at 7 HOW TO &'.:llD A KNOCKABOUTA
I e it ..1 ....iid. rmur- ..>... good obis .uen. AJ.
o'clock going to their homes. The
: Perrine. When completed this will News-Record. IEulogies Unique Life Saver. mlcr. wi........taw_._ "&t-....

:: men were selected from various commands The new revenue cutter nearing completion HOW TO CUILD SHOAL-DRAUGHT',
continuous rock road from Miami -
I sire a on the life, character and
A i ba: :, t.oa with .rrente weehsgs ani.Duda
of the :First and Second regiments In Wilmington Del., which : .
to Homestead, a distance of 28 enaHOW
,.. public service of the late Senators
will be used the Pacific coast is attracting :
on ,
and consequently they will not TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE J.
miles. Mallory and Bryan of Florida were much interest among shipping I'JUT la(_M; r>r.t Hint;>t rnifh';j Kt tke eraft fora..;
I all go to one point, but will begin to Vjta"wiUca ke wilt.crt cUe.pljeii.floor w eat rill
Adam Schantz will likely rebuild delivered in the United States senate men because of the novel way In
t: separating at Tallahassee. The gat-- HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
the electric light plant recently destroyed last Saturday. Those who paid tribute which she will be equipped for life saving .cwmpMi dnrripnvn_ "t taw tuUil....oJ..JiM :.1I t
ling gun with its detachment also :3>>!al..jf.I ia KI!i>2 woik',.
I by fire at Daytona, the city to Senator Mallory were Messrs. work at sea. The apparatus will
departed, going direct to Jacksonville consist of a cableway and breeches
council having passed a resolution I Taliaferro and Milton of Florida, Gal- PRICE $ 9. EACH M
Tuesday afternoon armory hall hada buoy with an automatic reel which
granting an extension of the existing linger of New Hampshire, Daniel of PREPAID BV "PlESS AN'''''HRt:
quiet and deserted appearance: ior makes it possible for persons to be Bound in cloth Gold tn..nnlt-Size of ,

electric light franchise for approxi- Virginia, Nelson of Minnesota Clayof two weeks the place has been crowded transferred between a moving ship 9 by 11 incln-L.,e, clir:>-Urawn f Uns.pag* 1

mately sixteen years, or thirty years Georgia, and Perkins of California, with soldiers, especially during the and 'a wreck. This reel plays out and THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

from the date of the franchise ands while Messrs. Milton and Taliaferro. time the entire First and a portion of takes in slack of the conveying hawser, 9 MuaRaSTREET NEW YOU. U. S. A

s extension of the electric light con- of Florida. Bacon of Georgia. Carterof so that, no matter whether the vessel
the Second regiment was on duty. S-.d fmtat far dialogue vf. Sookt fvr
tract with the city of Daytona for ten Montana, Owens of Oklahoma, In which persons are to be transferredIs tacaDm.a'at..y.
The efforts to stop the payment of In motion or not the life line Id always .
Clark of Wyoming and Stone of Missouri -- -
ear8.
I the money due the men by injunction kept taut _____._ n__ __
A severe storm visited Marianaa eulogized Senator Bryan. failed by reason of the fact that they

early Monday morning, doing consid Shipments of cigars from Tampa had been paid off by the city before Renovated. u

enable damage. In the surrounding show that the business here is grad- the restraining order was issued. Puffer-What's happened to my meerschaum .

country houses barns and fences normal condition pipe? Mrs. Puffer-Why, dear, 7i cusrFgrao'
ually resuming its Monday afternoon when it was decided
I noticed it was getting awfully brown
f were blown down thirty cows being The shipments for last:: week were to allow the troops to depart
and discolored so I put a coat of that
E : killed on the dairy farm of Burton & larger than for any week during sev- the necessary amount was placed in white enamel on it ':J J'f

' Harris by the destruction of the barn. eral months past.Iore than nine the hands of the captain of the com-

In Marianna the fine Confederate monument hundred 'aSE's-to be exact, 919- pany, and later he turned Into the city Variety. ? ,.. t:nown and 'f

I was blown from its base and In : were shipped from Tampa last week the pay roll with the signature of Visitor Why do you make some of 'ff
,.
.s lei.mail the reputau >
"
x: falling was broken in two pieces. Several and they enclosed: 4,593.000:; cigars. each man attached.A your pies round and some of there 1-ublnt.td biandariU arv > f
? Wife Because husband ;de.
) buildings were badly damaged. The withdrawals of tobacco for the square my
has been complaining of sameness ol I 1 Am**. ;i imsle4: Ft *: eJ
month of May promises to exceed that dispatch to the Pensacola Journal vvn'i '*' 'I pour, n. ,
in Jack .
I .w A Bryan club was organized his diet lately. fT pruaamin --t4 s
with William of the past month. The sale of stamps from 'Vewahitchka says: "The community i'so ye. iw of 1nrt'-,1
,
sonville last Thursday night -al.atle a. end tot it-

S. Jennings president! Arthur opened up well. Yesterday, the was much saddened on last Jesters must be content to taste ol te-thY it CO., Detroit Mich.

1I R. D first day of the new month witnessedthe Saturday afternoon when the news their broth.-tatin ProT'erb.COfilFOR'flNG .
T. Williams vice-president
,
I :
Cro- sale of more than three thousand ratne that Mr. Heber Fry, of Apalachicola k 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE
Knight second vice president.

i well Gibbons secretary J. W. Whtte dollars worth of revenue stamps.- had been drowned. lIe lost hi3 WORDS/

Taw ,. Times. : balance and fell from a government e
i ti: treasurer. The club will seek to as S
I boat no one being near but a
! certain the views of all candidates for Saturdaylr5.. Joseph Nelley was negro Many a Florida Household Will Find
Mr. Fry had been pilotor engineer on
: delegates and then inform the voter; iorriried to discover a moccasin
S. the river for 25: or 30 years and ha.,1! Then So
. of the State so .that if a majority of make coiled around the ]leg of a small
never learned to swim. The river
I I.: i the voters wish Bryan's nominations rhild who with two other children fr TRADE MARKS
was immediately dragged but the body To have the I>.Lu" aud at-he. of a trod i iwrremoved ; DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
. they can be represented. *as at play in the street nt'arirs: Ac.
f .R was not found until Tuesday rooming : to brentire'y five fn,m aiini..vnc.lansen ; .
i home. The children the Anyone wniJJng a ske' h and description rosy
: ..\ A terrific wind storm, said to have N'edley's: were by the freight boat Hales. Thesteamer ,: : .us. urinary thorderi: is numrh : intrklf Kertain onr oiinton free, whether an
little tots of Col. and Mrs. W. 1*. Do.1.1rt.e mventt.m.sPntb.byP-entablem roramnnlrj
make kidney suffi-rrr r-.h'fnl To tellhow
of the disturbancewhich any srarIetlyC9uISdential. Iluulbookon Pattuts
\. been the center Caltoan took the remains to
coiled around the .! sent fTf'!!. M-n agency araeeunrgpatents.
snake was this gnat change be brought ut
can : ->
.
, advanced from the Gulf of Mexico : Patents taken tbr Noun t receive
Apalachicola. met Mr. t'f: eCo.
They by
were
rjvriaJ notice, : in t
, child's leg its head resting upon the will prove rutufvitiug words t" huntlrwi.<< of nee.
and turned northward following 11. G. and W. G. Fry SOBB of the d*
Florida reader.A. ritat1.A
. "hit.} '! knee. Finally the child caught Scientific j"m
the mountain ranges in Alabama, 'warjd. e
i;JJ. the snake about the tail and pulling it j jlocse Of rting. seaman. of 419 L.St.. IVosaFlu. ... tiuidsomelr Ultntraf! weekty. IJirswwt e1Tcntation -
and __
Virginiaswept ___
Georgia, North Carolina of Terms. |J a
t ., tells how to do it. Hr : "From any tu e LUIQ4\ :t
i from her threw it to the says myxtHrieme .
i Thursday ] leg j y *r: four months,| by fiewKlfAier
! : through Leon county i Relief from Rheumatic PainsI with Doau's Kidney I'liU 1 tan
ground whea it was attacked with 1UNN & CO.361 Broaduy, New York
! r .. morning destroying considerable I "I suffered with rheumatism for over twoi strongly) ft'n.mnwlI\l tbeui to anyone in need
Branch 0111'F St.WaahloKton.P.U
f sticks the thrt>children.. The
by | "
! 'if.. property east of Tallahassee. Tobacco years, SITS Mr. Island furry a patrolman of a good medicine for the kieltlt.":'. Kidncomplaint .
t snake did not bite the child, and apparently of KeyVt>t. Fla. "Sometimes it settled in
wooden and luckacbe cauM-d UtI.llr..rjDIt
I : sheds, barns and other my knees and lamed me e.I. could hardly : KILL THE COUCHAND

rOo.. ktructurea were razed. So far as made no attempt to do so.- I walk at other times it would ''? in ruy fe t st intervals for year The first vr M.-..!JI attack -

Times. i t and hands so I was incapacitated for duty. CURE THE LUNCS
Apalachicola
.
loss of life. I did not mind hot as time went l y theyzrew
there no
t known was i line night when 1 was in severe pain and
: WOI'all,1 at times laid I .-i-oul- I
me
---- -- uj
r j lame from it niy w ifs went to the druz store
The city council of Pensacola ha No Use to Die I here and came track with a Wtleof ChamberIain's hardly walk and it was a difficult matter t,, WITH Dr.
for theE Pain lUlin. I was rubbed with it andI ... King'sNew
, passed a resolution calling straighten) alter 8t.x>pin; while the kidney Mcietionswere -
i "I have found out th< t there i.wo u.e to I found the pain had pearly gone .hrin the .
appointment of a special committee die of lung trouble a:> hug as >ou ran get Dr. night. I kept on using it for a little more irregular and uurr.\tortl. IlotfsKidney

'." to go before the commissioners of Es- King's New Discon ty." says Mrs J. P. White, T' than two weeks: and found that it drove the Pills cured me. Front personal- DiscoveryFOR

1, bond- of Kushboro, Pi. "! would not bt \(' today i rheumatism away. I have not had any tron- perience know that this remedy ran be tit -
advocate a
..... cambia county and only for that wonderful medicine. It his from that disease in over three months." pended to fulfill the
upon repreaeubttinusmade
issue of the county and city jointly loosens: up a cough quicker than anything I Fur sale by Titusville Pharmacy aud all dealer for it." COUCHS t Ko 4 CJ.Q)t
else, and cures lung .Iio\'a even after theca *. Trial Battle Free

suf.ticiently ,... is pronounced h"I't'hi"! This most reliable I For Sale hy all dealers. Price yr crate.FoaterMilhurn AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. .
I
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f; remedy for'couuh.s and colds lagrippe, I
t'oiutfil> New York sole
natural *
asthma. bronchitis and hoarseness tat sold
of railroad under I I GUARANTEED 3AIISFACIOB1 11
.: mence the operation a guarantee at Baniif Drug Store. 50o. I Rcgulets. Ask your druggist for them. S3 agent for the United States. Remember the OR HONEY REFUNDED.

a' : from Pensacola to Andalusia, Ala" and $1.00. Trial bottle free. cents a box. name-Down's-and take no other.

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;*-f-t a* --:;> THE FLORIDA STAR .MAY. J8, 1808



Vote for Watson he is the people's I I For State Senator 13th District
V V THE FLORIDA STAB ; j
j f friend 12 months in the year and not | HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS.Congressman I hereby announce myself a candidate the thirteenth -
re-election as senator from
for
Entered at the postoffiee Titnsvflle a..eeondel&al just before the election. I district of Florida,
mail matter. Watson is a practical, successful senatorial
( action of the Democratic
subject to the
business man and knows the wantsof pnraanea.
'; Villa B. Water, Editor and Publisher party at the approaching
the people. Vote for him. PT1L HODSOM.For .
Watson's record in the
t PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING legislature
;\ shows he is always willing to submitall State Senator, 13th District
ti ,% 8UBSCKUTION,81M PEa ANNUMAdrertlrine to the II
public questions people. I
myself a
i I hereby announce ate
Watson is the candidate of
no man,
K"t Kuni! *< on I for state senator for the
\pplic t tl* n. faction or clique,and if elected will district composed of Brevard,
.. atonal
..
serve the entire people. ; ;- rh Meekison St. Lueie and Dade counties, subject to
rV We surrender our editorial columns Watson would rather let a few the wiII of the Democrats as expressedat

1 ; '! and a goodly portion of spaceon Confederate soldiers (if they would ,, the ensuing primary. r' :.

take it) who don't really need it J. w. WATSON.For .
other pages this week to the dear Gives ;
have than to thou-
a pension deprive ,
candidates to make their "last say"to
sands of old soldiers and widows who Tax Assessor

'; the,voters before the primary of.l' do need it from getting it, so he voted i I respectfully announce myself as a

'; V { next Tuesday. 'Thisprimarywillde'cide for the pension bill. PraiseTo ; candidate for re-election as county tax

z : V all contests between our county Watson believes in protecting home assessor. Trusting my work has met
.., M approval, and thanking you fer
+
: labor, therefore he voted against the your
candidates. The campaign in Bre-
truly,
Hobo Immigration bill. % your support, I remain yours
Y' vard has been the dullest on record. Watson voted to better protect L: 1 W. H. HALL.
t tP'
engineers,conductors,brakemen and -r For Member School Board, 3rd Dist.
Official Primary Ballot all other railroad employes. These -
'.i. z..na I announce myself a candidate for re-
people risk their lives in the dischargeof
THE STAR has printed the official nomination as member of the school
,
their duties and they should have
-0 s primary ballot for the Democratic --- board for the third district, and ask the
every protection.Give y of all if my past record as such
, ':,. executive committee this week ready Watson a term in the senate Fox'ft ; support has been satisfactory. I have been a

'4 V for use next Tuesday in Brevard and and all is well. t resident of Brevard county for 34 year

.-.. the sheriff is now delivering the bal- Watson lived in Osceola county .. E. B. ARNOLD.
.. about 25 Ask pJiLa.i.G -
of those
: years. any
lot boxes and supplies. Notice
people about him. 1
Instead of a long, narrow ballot,
: V Watson believes in protecting home I respectfully announce myself aa a

., _' the names of the candidates have industries, whether it be fishing, ReliefFront candidate at the next primary eteetwo

>> been printed in two parallel columns, game, labor or old soldiers and so for re-election as sheriff of Bre;,ard
I would the earnest
voted. county. appreciate
the candidates for officers
Lit state appear of all .
No funds raised to pay Watson'scampaign support our people.Yours
in the first column and the local He his truly,
.. expenses. pays own.
JOSEPH P. BROWN.
candidates in the second which will
Don't listen to political enemies,

r probably result less confusion than but ask Watson,he will tell you about For Member of County School Bcard

in former his past record.Chamberlain's the
years. We, the many friends announce
r A heavy line divides the two col- name of J. N. Chalker, of Rurkledge,
*? Colic, Cholera and Fla., a clean straight, capable man as
there be confusion
umns so can no
of the
Diarrhoea Remedy / candidate for member county
.,. caused by this form of ballot and it school board for this, the second district -
There is probably no medicine made that is and ask the of all good
: V will certainly be much easier to handle relied upon with more implicit confidence .i' itl llll1y. .support!
V citizens at the
than the long narrow ballots. than Chamberlain's Colic>> Cholera and Diar coming primary.
S- -...-.-.-. -P.i--a- MANY "RJENDS.
rhoea the third of
Remedy. During a cen-
tury in which it has been in use, people have CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON COMMCIvDS PE-RU-\A.!;
Letter From Mr. Houston learned that it is the one remedy that never For Member of School Board

'' To the Voters of Brevard County. fails. When reduced with water and sweetened .'1 hAve used several bottles of Peruna and 1 feel greatly benefited) 1 respectfully announce myself as a
=
ti it is pleasant totalie.: For sale by Titos-
ville Pharmacy and all dealers. i thereby from my catarrh of the bead lied encouraged to believe that It i) candidate at the next primaries for school
v I have just learned that an insinu- I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of? board member for district No. 1. I

ation that my candidacy was sug- Baby won't suffer five minutes with croup it thirty years' standing." David Meeklson. \ shall appreciate the support of all.
by the Fla. East Coast railway J. CARTEL
gested you apply Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at once. A.
R ; l'j officials is being whispered It acts like magic. OTHER REMARKABLE CURES. '

c !Q=. V around and lest some one who does Mr.Jacob L. Davis,Galena, Stone county Mo., write: "I have been in bad For Representative

not know me well will be prejudiced Weekly Weather Report. health for thirty-seven years, and after taking twelve bottle of your Peruna I, I respectfully announce myself as a

thereby I desire to publicly deny it. JUPITER, FLA., May 12. 1908. am cured." Mr.A. E. Kidd, well-known architect,5177 rTtrson Ave., Chicago, !candidate for representative in the legislature

I have not spoken to a single entV Comparative statement of temperaturesand ILL,write:"I have had catarrh over half of my life. I tried nearly every catarrh 1 from Brevard county, at the

ploye or officer of the railway company rainfall for the week finding Tneday remedy advertised beside a great many physicians' treatments, all of which primary election to be held May 19th.
has of them to 1908 1907 decided to it. I have taken seven My platform is "The will and wish ef
y' nor one me on failed. I had heard and read of Peruna and try
DATE. MAX. MIN M\X. MIf. the people of Brevard county, I have
in "
the I have the done
V subject. past and 172
bottles of it weigh pounds.
May 6 8b 68 82 77 1 no pet schemes, and,if elected will oaiy
some little service for the steamboat 7. 90 74& 81 78 A SINCERE RECOMMENDATION.Mr. as .*

S line as pilot and captain and was 8 80 69 82 76 .D.C.Prosser,R.P. D.No.2, Shelby,Oceana Co.,Mich.Jwritea: "Two years I go Thanking your representative.you for your support I re-
{ l'V 0
reasonably paid for the work. Be- 98o 62 Stf 71 ago 1 was badly afflicted with catarrh of the stomach. I had had a run of typhoid I main Yours truly,
10. 74 58 SS 71
e yond this I do not know the com 11. 82 U 88 OT fever,was very depleted. 1 could find nothing I could eat without causing distress JOHN HOUSTON

pany nor it me.I 12. 8- 73 83 63 and sour stomach. Finally I came to the conclusion that I had catarrh of -- -

am a worker with my hands$nd Total rainfall for the week 1.78 inches the stomach and seeing Peruna advertised, began to take it. It helped me BOOB, For RepresentativeI

have been all my life. My affiliationsin Departure rainfall for the week plus*!8 and after taking three or four bottles I was entirely cured of stomach trouble, am a candidate for representative

every way have been with the common inches. and can now eat anything. and respectfully ask the support of &M
rainfall Jan.
Departure since M, minus
4 people of the country. The future 4 47 inches. democratic voters in the coming pn.

ft I V of my children and grandchildren H. HtKDlt. mary. Very truly,
are bound up with the common Official in Charge. R. B. STEWART.

) interest, and a moments thought will
x convince any man of the injustice of Low Prices for Lumber For Supervisor of Registration

::- this aspersion. I am a candidate for renomuiatieo by
Where the of Brevard for
3" The friends who instigated my is Democracy county
running kindly thought that the honor the: office of supervisor of registration.
TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO. If[ nominated 1 promise a contuiueare
i; V of serving the people in the legis-
of faithful performance of the __
a
., :: lature would be a crowning distinction -
Your Hair? of the office. Soliciting the support *fall
to my long life of toil in the Are
now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices : in the primary,
county, and looking at it in this way I am very resp< I became a candidate. That is all. In your comb? Why so? Is W. S, Noawueo.

r No railroad man has ever spoken to not the head much better place Framing, dressed four sides_________________ $ 15.00B

: i me on the subject,as I have said,andI and better Flooring Ceiling and Siding 20.00 For Supt. Public Instruction
for it? Better keep what is left ____
do know that
not of
a single one Yielding to the solicitation of
} them will vote for me. where it belongs! Ayer's Hair No. 1 Common ____ 15.00 Friends, I announce myself as a candidate many

r Reiterating what I said in my announcement Vigor, new improved formula, No.2" 10.00 for nomination before the coning
____
t- that I would represent quickly stops falling hair. primaries.If .

the whole people, and simply asking There is not a panicle of doubt Sheathing, dressed one side____________ _____ 10.00F. nominated and re-elected shall use
for fair play. my best effort, as in the post, to promote
:. '} about it. We speak very positively the interest of our whole pubht

: p I remain very JOHN respectfully HOUSTON., about this, for we know. O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROMPT SHIPMENTS school sj stem. JOHS Respectfully R. WALKER.,

Dots nol cfumje the color cftht hair.A .
Y.' ;; Best Healer in the World
formula witbia t>."!. For State's Attorney

Rev. F. Urhjrd.of East Raymond. Maine, *k;w t t.roar ROLLINS COLLEGE I I hereby announce my candidacy for
+': i' s .ays: "1 have used Suckle"'* Arnira tithe dxtor nomination to a second term of office ef
: VV ,s ;, or several vear*. on my old urniv wound i/ers Art bin .b e1I'It. Plor1.c1.a: 's Oldest: College state's attorney in and for the 7th ,j M-
: and otb 'r otetmate sores, and find it the bus: then d*s.h.says
healer in the world. I use it too with great College,Academy,nod chools of Music,txpreMlon: Fine Art.Domestic mod Indue. cial circuit of Florida, subject to the
trial Art al.d Kn. .
''f A success in mv veterinary husiiievv. "L'ricc2.x.! Indeed, the one great leading feature of Mall inetVrnecir and third mm'dormitory now going up; Hn-trlc light; steam and Democratic primary to be held on May
v$, A )- : at Banner nril sg Moro I "ur 1C\\ Hair Vigor may well be said to furnace heat; large facnltperfeet health conditioustine gymnasium athletic field 19th, 1908. If again trusted with the
kr :!'i i-it MOPS falling hair. Then it tennis ('Ourt"lItolf link; ba e-ball and baiket.ball teams champion f>f Florida this administration of this most important
4 year. earlra quarter million dollar endowment: eapUnse* moderate ecliolar.hip- office by the people, I will as I have
Ex-Governor. S. Jennings ere step further-it aids nature in available. ('hristtanbutundenorulnational.taud.for
sine tic hnr and snip to a healthy always striven to do perform my duty
"r FOR NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN ':' : !'ok fee "the new kind." Ch.nrnc1or: Culture: Conduct: impartially and fearlessly for the bet

There are two candidates named 1 .-. t f. A.*r Co.. ewell.kce.: .:-- J text session begin October 7. *'or catalogue address the President. interests of the state.JOHN C. JONES.

.Jennings for member of national Wm. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla. States Attorney 7th Judicial Circuit.
V committee. If desire -- ---- -- --
K voters the election -
Robbins
Graham Co.Incorporated
of W. J. Bryan president, they For County Commissioner

should vote for his kinsman WilliamS. PRIMARY ANNOUNCEMENTSAnnouncements I I For County Commissioner We respectfully announce that we

Jennings,who on former occasions ( ) i To the Voters: of Brevard County shall be candidates for county com>elis.
f demonstrated his capabilities in the .' j sinners from our respective dtetncte a-t .
V Paid-Up Capital under this heading fr.00poVithed I hereby announce myself acandidatefor
q service of his and is recognized I the next primary election.
; party until the first primary with an exception c'Juntcommissioner from district
f by Democratic leaders of national This company owns lands in the made of*i,V for county t'omrui8ion- :No 2, subject to the action of the pri- Trusting that our services meet yow
reputation as being one of the ablest Indian river country, on the St. er and members of the school I nurd, the fee I mar.. If elected I will endeavor to approval and that we will receive yow
Lucie river at New river and to l 1.e paid in advance support. We remain yours truly.
and most useful men that could be on give the people a fair and impartial ser- J. M. OSBAN, Dist. No 1.

named on the national committee in Biscayne bay County Treasurer vice. Respectfully. J. R. MIOT DiaL No 2.

i management of the coming contest. JOHN R. IIOT. R. A. CONKLING Dist N. .:
PRICES TO THE TIMES I
SUIT am a candidate for treasurerof ----
Those sharing this pew should vote Brevard county T. A. ROBINSON. Dist So 4.
r' : f for William S. Jennings.J. county and respectfully solicit NoticeTo T J COCKSHUTT Dist VS "
Send for I.r.t I ht the suppcrtof all voters at the the Voters of Drevard County

'I> \Watson for State Senator OFFllFhATTTrMII.LE. coming Democratic primary.R F.'. HATCH. Thanking you for past favors I again :
\ND MIAMI.: beg to announce myself as a candidatefor TiT.IVV
Rockledge Fla.
tr. Watson is the fisherman's friend __ _ .__._ __.. __ __ April 15th, 1908. re-election to the office of clerk of
?: and they will vote for him. Notice the circuit court of Brev ard county sub-

Watson, if elected, will make a For County Treasurer ject to the action of the coming Dem-

s hard pull for-lower frfisjht and express Sealed bids will be received b\" the Courtenay, Fla., March 25, 1908. ocratic primary and would thank you
undersigned up to noon of Monday,June kindly for your support.
rates and the word fail is
_, not 1st, 1908, for the following work: To the Voters of Brevard County. Respectfully,
.
: ., in his makeup. Building a two-story addition to the Having decided to announce myself as A A, STEVV KT.
Watson believes that the white man school house at Eau Gallie. Plans and a candidate for
nomination at the com .Ma.
j IfltHew:
; should run this country and at the specifications can be seen at the store ing Democratic primary for the office of For Tax CollectorTo Yes, n) c.4 Iteasbitsroa.eayu.tr
;,:: last session of the legislature voted of Messrs.-Hodgson Brothers, Eau Gal- county treasurer, I respectfully request MAGIC you dCl" &;,e
lie, or at the office of the the Voters of Brevard County: WHITE SOAP.
r and worked to stop the negro from s&perintend- your support promising you that if nominated -
voting.Watson. ent. Contractors are requested to make and elected, will fulfill the duties I herewith announce my candidacy for wale Rub rOD.Malic, huur.t'a soiled .parts'. I Irate them I le
believes that the money two bids, one for the work, the boardto of the office in the interest of the pen.pie the office of tax collector of Brevard tw backache. If So you ta tie:.a MAGIC nu ".ahtrat WHITE
furnish everything; one for contractor of Erevan county, as in the If elected to this office SOAP. wla iron
r \. paid by the white people for school past county. I promise Skein Yf'lJow easy, asaanc bas nore.ao'
to furnish everything and turn when I 1'0
Get
'. over was honored with confi- to best services p 1'our n'Cer 10
to the or4t
jour give my
should educate the white people or st'td e. il '
11 for
purposes keys to completed building.JOHN dence. I An of 10
and trust I will receive their \Ve ...., fir f : ,t. Sc. cakes
Se
t "children, and the money paid by the R. WAthER. Supt. sup-
Very respectfully, port at the coming pnmarv. AG1C-KELLAR wSSS
,,- : V .. negro the negro children. Titus\ille. Fla., May 15th, 19K( JNO H. SAMS. PHILIP II. WRIGHT New SOAP Ld
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: '}MSCDSSES. SOME LIVE ISSUES Game LawsI I the applicant. As Democrats we ness-like and 1 less Tiumiliating to the-

> favor such amendment of the have bitterly condemned the pension recipient for the state to pay the ,

Ijf: fc/Jf' ''jCt- H MW.M MBV game laws as will permit the killing I policy of the United States for years; money where it ought to go rather J

.l -. .. D ie as a Public Smut anfl'Uiat He Proposes to Do if of?deer when it will be less destructive but in the adoption of a service pension than to depend on the bounty of individuals -
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: .. t l.t& *. .s* 'Be-Elected to the State SeDate : to the young and when the meatis I the state of Florida has set an to place it properly?

,; $," :-t;y. -.1'J._ ;,,.-nI... ;' already; announced in I best. Every hunter in South Florida I example beyond which the Republican While I voted against the bill in
Ii iO""f .. ; a introduced this bill at both sessionsof s
:; :.lf.:: ..1 c1.tetateoueat" it is myinten- the legislature during It knows that our open season now ,: party can not go. the form presented to the last legislature .
term.
i:4 ..t candidacy for thesen- failed of passage the first my time. comes at the wrong time. We were promised. that the old my opposition was confined ito

:Y amp on-real ud vital issues. This law is no' burden on railroads County DivisionI soldiers who did notneed, the pension my vote, and the fight is over, so :_ _

-: p&AlfK FAILURES: have lately'pro-. that are in good condition and it is would give it to those who did, and far as I am concerned, and I have no !

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T -and St. Lade counties. I cannot -: where the roads have been very remiss. county because every logical reason promise, Capt. W. J.Tucker, of Fort Yours very truly I

r ; remedy the disasters of the past, i Third: I supported a bill providing a of a public nature seemed to me to Pierce; but is it not more more busi- F. M. HUDSON. : ,, 1

'o.but I propose a remedy for the future.. franchise tax. Other citizens of the lead to that conclusion. I now believe u_ __ .t-

t t, Insurance of Bank Deposits state pay license taxes and also property that the results have vindicated my 'I

;.-' It is simple, but it will be effective. taxes. Why corporations pay property judgment and that division has prov- '

z.; The plan ia: taxes only? ed advantageous to both counties. 'KIBLINgyAY1.QMOBILE :,

'Jr -;, Require banks to pay a tax on all de- Fourth: When the franchise tax bill However, it must be admitted that

y., posits. failed I supported a bill imposing a license a hardship had been worked to a very HIGH TIRES
WHEELS SOLID STANDARD TREAD '
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: $ on railroads of ten dollars :
Apply the money realized to the creation per few. This hardship I foresaw, deeply ,
r of an insurance fund mile. Why not? What is a mile of $875
a, to be ap- regretted and would have prevented tn.dup: 4 !i
: plied solely to the payfcent of losing depositors railroad worth? The companies say if I could; but I felt that I must
Free W. P. UNDERWOOD Fort Pierce 1
of banks that may fail in the more than $25,000. The license on that make a choice between hardship to a Catalogue Fla. I
) future. I do not claim to be the originator investment is ten dollars. What does
few and hardship to and in
' of this plan it has the a merchant have to pay on a stock of' many
; of
approval that attitude there could be but EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
; the American Bankers association, and $25,000? Figure it out and determine one J

of so great a Democratic authority as whether the railroad is being imposed result. ,

2 W J. Bryan. on.Fifth My sincerity is attested by my attitude DEALERS IN t

If I return to the senate, I shall endeavor : I led the fight on the Crill bill in the last legislature as to the "

,4 to secure the enactment of a in its original form and as a result section division of Dade county, which I favored Lumber and MaterialsOF

,rf law to put this plan into effect. 5, the objectionable portion, was though my relative situationwas Building

Rewards and Punishments eliminated. I voted for the bill in its reversed and I was in the losing
present form.I end. ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL '

f That title sounds like theology,but it cannot here discuss this bill in detail Yards at Tltnsiille Cocoa Ean Gallic Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach E.
is not. It is intended to call attention ; but if anyone wishes to take issueon Registration of Land TitlesI -.:

x. to a situation in which every citizen is it, I am ready to answer on the favor a law which will put it inthe We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders
for shipment direct from the mills r .
intimately concerned. It is this
: stump. power of any individual to regis

f Will you lend your aid to the punishment Support of the Broward Admin- ter his land title and adopt the Tor- M + I
' s of a public servant who, in his ef-
istration
rens system of .
conveyance.Pensions
forts for the public good, has antago- t
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Possibly the most
painful wound that
; nized powerful interests? .
I am marked for punishment. The I have inflicted on some of the opposition :My position regarding Confederate '

people are asked to help. Will you do it? the is by my support of the policies of pensionsappearsto be misunderstood HARDWAREJas. : .
present state administration.
4. | i|iI demand an itemized account of my Governor Broward's campaign four in some quarters and misrepresentedin t.
misdeeds. '
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others. ----- ---
years ago was practically a
i Investigate 'my record. See what I drainage j
Born in state which had been
;' propaganda. His election was unmistakably a a
4 have done to merit Deal : t
punishment.
: with me accordingly. an endorsement of his projectof member of the Confederacy, of parents Pritchard & Son 1 ;
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draining the Everglades.I who suffered sorely for their
WHAT HAVE I DONE? ; t tI
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have supported his drainage plans loyalty to the cause, reared in sight '
Antagonism of Liquor Interests from the first, and it is a gratificationto almost a Confederate battlegroundin Handle the Finest Lines of :

As to the first charge that is being me to see the undertaking so well a community which had given of

urged against me, I may as well plead advanced that opposition is almost si- its best in men and money to the Heavy and Shelf Hardware .
guilty. have antagonized the whiskey lenced.I .
south, having a brother whose fourrears' t.
interests, that is to say-I have aroused have supported Governor Broward's
service in the ""
is attestedby
their relentless opposition. I suppose policies (not all of them, but so many army
r that those who oppose me on this ground of them that I am stamped as an ad- the marks of three minie balls, Our Stock of f .

are,actuated by one of two motives: ministration man) because they have taught from my earliest infancy to i. \
and Goods
Guns
Those who are financially interestedin rested on the principles which I believeto love the traditions, honor the institutions Sporting

in the business resent my attitude in be the basic principles of justice and and revere the great men of
is at all times
complete
the recent local option contfest in Dade good government. the south, glorying in her history, 1

county. I do not blame them, but I Whether my conduct merits punish- rejoicing in her achievements, I haven ;

have no apology to offer. ment is a question for the people at the manhood retained the habit of

}: My attitude in the legislature has given ballot box to decide.
childhood in measuring always heroism Paints and Oils Quality J
them no comfort and is not likely to The Fishing IndustryI : ,
patriotism and devotion to duty

if, as late developments indicate, thereis desire to see commercial fishing by one standard-the Confederate one of our SpecialtiesQuotations :J \it
an organized effort in the state to
; encouraged and established on a permanent soldier. When I cease to honor him
prevent the submission of a prohibition
amendment to be voted on by the peon I basis. If we fail to reap our I shall expect my children to cease ;

share of the rich harvest of the sea to honor me.I for large or small orders will

pie.All legislation on this subject may be which is brought to our doors it is consider it the duty of our stateto be given personal attention. Mail Orders 11

divided into two classes: our own fault in a large measure. appropriate for the benefit of our solicited and promptly filledTITUSVILLE

1. Legislation to secure the enforcement Our state should maintain the atti- Confederate soldiers the utmost far-

of prohibition in "dry" counties, tude best calculated to build up, protect thing which her financial conditionwill L 3

; t and proper regulation in "wet" coun- and perpetuate this great indus- permit, and taxes which I pay jwmmm

ties shall is demanded support of all every legislation legislature.I wh'ich. try, which contributes as largely as for that purpose will be cheerfully \ WNNWMwmmmnmN 1

any other one enterprise to the pros- :contributed.The ,
these ends ---- -------
.. seems likely to accomplish ,
and I believe that no law-abiding man perity of our East Coast. question is not "How much to NOTICE OF INTENTION\ TO APPLY FOR' Until the annual meeting in 1D09 the board
h of directors will consist of F. S. Battle, L. A.
Any serious injury to commercial The to that is
has just cause to criticise my attitude. pay. answer easy. LETTERS PATENT Brady, };. B. Wager. J.S. Daniel and Qeo. M. i z
2. The enactment of state prohibi- fishing would prove a calamity to all Pay all we can. But the real answeris Bobbins. of whom Geo. J,(. Robbins will be
Notice is hereby given that application will p esident, F. S. Battle vice president; E. B.
tion by the legislature is not possible business interests and my attitudewill : "Having raised all we can, how be made to the governor of the state of Florida Wager secretary, and L. A. Brady,treasurer.
\', under our constitution. Thesubmission be in accord with these senti- shall it be divided?" at Tallahassee.on the tM'nty.fifth day ofMay !i
1908 for letters patent on the proposed ARTICLE TIThe
z r of a constitutional amendment to be ments. Under the law enacted by the last charter published below: a

voted on by the people is the limit of On this question I have in the past legislature it is divided among the D C.PBITCH\BD, J.S. DANIEL highest amount of indebtedness or liability -
the
S. A. RATHBCN. ('EO.M. BOBBINS, to which corporation can at any
legislative pDwer. sought advice from those who are in old soldiers whose record is estab- 0. F DCBEV, F.S. BATTLE, time t subject itself shall be ten thousand dol-
; I shall give unqualified support to C. GARDNER, Louis A. BBADY lars ((110,000.00). ,
my position to know more than I do,and lished, regardless of necessity, the In witness whereof the subscribera have
,.;,,, .a resolution for the submission of such I shall occupy the same attitude in rich and the'poor among them shar- PROPOSED CHARTER COMPANYThe OF THE TITUSVILLEII01EL hereunto set their hands and wals with a. 11
I to statement of their respective residences and
because willing
amendment am
t the future, because I am free fo admit ing alike. On this plan of divisionthe undersigned do associate themselves amount of stock subscribed by each.
because the people of:
the ,
; trust people that my knowledge of the sub- portion of each is small enough, and become incorporated under the laws of Amount of I
t. Florida are demanding an opportunityto the state of Florida for the transaction of the Names of In. Stock
vote on this question and in myopinion ject is limited. g and many old Confederates are still business set forth in the following articles: I corporators Residences SubscribedJ.

it is theiriight to have it. When I was elected to the senate in poverty and want. I thought that ARTICLE I 3. Daniel. (SeaDTitnsville.Fla.., 5>>shares..
Geo)[. Bobbins,(Seal) 5>> .
there was in force a special act of the without reducing the total amount The name of the corporation shall he the S. A. Kathbun, (Seal) .. 5 "
Persecution of Railroad Interests legislature which permitted seiningin the poor should receive much and "Titusville Hotel Company" and its place of F.S. Battle for Titus.villeLamberCoSeal- .
business is to I Titusville, Brevard "
>e county ) 5
"They say" that I have persecutedthe the St. Lucie river, while seines the rich little. Florida. Louis A. Brady,(Seal 5 "

Florida East Coast Railway com were prohibited elsewhere. looked There are men in Florida worth ARTICLE II D. B. Pritchard(Seal) "" "" 2 ""

pany- this as class legislation grant- $100,000 and who The owning and (operating of a hotel at Ti- U. F. Duren Gardner(Seal, Seal) 2 "
upon more are drawing Chas. A. ( ) 2
from some of the opposition tusville, Florida is the general nature of the
Judging
ing a special privilege to one locality from this pension fund, and the sum business to be transacted, together with such Winston S. Bran- .. "
disinterested
arrayed against me, a nine, (Seal) I
other business be property connected .
as :
would certainly conclude that Believing this to be unjust, I fav- total thus paid to men who do not :therewith. may J CSprll. (Seal) .. 1 "

spectator this charge had some foundation: But, ored an amendment of the law which need it is very considerablegreaterby I ARTICLE III Julius Eilii B Kline. Wager, (Seal(Seal)) "" .... 1 1 "

I call for specifications. would put the St. Lucie river on an far than you would imagine i if I The amount of the capital stock authorized : Chas.H.Walton.(Seal) 1
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J. )1. (),Ilall, (Seal) 1
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: is twenty-five thousand dollars( :iaf.00)di.) :
not convincing. equal with the other waters of the have not investigated. To "
General charges are you my I vided into two hundred and fifty ((2:)()) J. R. Walker (Val) 1
Name my offenses. district; and at each session of the mind it would be much better to divide shares of the par value of one hundred dollars J. H. Allen, (!Seal) "" 1 "" '
I (J10000)e.whfiftv) cent shall be payable B. R. Wilson, (St-al) .. 1
When you hear this charge call for legislature during my term I succeeded this fund among those who needit thirty days from date per of suWnptnn.balance S. B. Rithbun, S-.il) 1

partic wars.' in passing through the senate and let the rich pensioner be sat- II in five installments often per cent each to become John Henry. (:cal) "r .r. I t
O A. Stewart (Stoat) 1
dne at intervals of thirty days. Stock ..
.-_ First: I introduced a bill and am a bill to that effect. Owing to a misunderstanding isfied with seeing'his more needy 'scrip will he ibsuelon payment of fifty percent CL T. Mafepjr. (Seal) .. 1 ".. t
largely responsible for the law requir- between Mr. Olm- brother provided for. I of the subscription but stock certificates Jas. Lysle Conner, (Seal) ii t
for the white will not be delivered until for full
waitingrooms paid m State of Florida,
ingseparate stead.and myself, the bill failed to Entertaining these views I voted t !
stations. Bevard County i
and colored races at railway ARTICLE IV
All who think this act was a persecution become a law at the first session. At against the pension law enacted b) I Th corporation shall exist for a term of; Personally came before rucj.II Allen,J.S.
r- have the last session the bill passed the the last legislature.If ninety.nine years. Daniel Geo. M. Robbins Louis A. Brady,
of the railway company my D B. PntcIwrd.G. }o'. Duren,Chas. A. Gard.
consent to vote against me. senate and was certified to the houseon a different plan of division had I ARTICLE v nero Winston S. Branning, J. C. Spell Julius f

Second: I introduced a bill, and am May 7th, three weeks before adjournment been adopted so as to give the wealthy I The business of the company: : shall 1* conducted .' Khue. Ellis B Wa fr. Chas. H. Walton,J. K.
by a board of five directors of whom Walker B. K. Wilson, John Henry O. A.
:: largely responsible for the law, givingthe and beyond that point i it man's portion to his less fortun- three shall constitute a quorum which board Stewart, S. 4. Rathbun, S. B Rathbnn T.TMaxsey
railroad commission control of the was out of my control. ate brother-in-arms, I should have I shall be elected at the annual meeting of the J. M. ban Jas. Lysle Conner, F. S. .
well known
Battle each and
stockholders to beheld on the first Tuesdayof to me personally
physical conditions of all railroads. By my persistent effort to pass the given the bill my hearty support and Apnlof eathywr. but in case such meeting known to me 1.1 be in each case the identical
this law the commission is now shall not beheld at the time appointed then person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing -
Under bill I have much to offended until such plan could be adopted I
the my regret, ; the board shall lie elected at the next meeting charter, and severally acknowledged ,
exercising the right to compel companies some of my friends and thought it best to be content with of thestACkhoMet11thl'reAfter. and all officers 1m or her execution thereof
to put the roadbeds and rolling shall hold overuntil their successors are elected << In witness. whereof I have hereunto set my
safe condition and THE RE- brought on myself their opposition; the old law.I and qualify The board of directors shall hand and official seal at Titusville within the
stock in while others are opposing me becausemy do not believe that conditions i in choose from among their number a president county and state aforesaid this 18th day of
SULT will be a more rapid transportation I vice president a secretary and a treasurer .April A. D.1908. PERCY G. WALTOV
of freight and a great SAVING OF efforts to pass it were not sue our state warrant a service pension but the same person may hold the offices of Notary Public. 1
1 cessful. without regard to the necessities of secretary and treasurer if the board of direc- Notary Public State of Florida. My commission : -
HUMAN LIFE. tors shall so decide. expires June 11, ItOS.


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months In studying them. Be Is 'expected of Private- Reid,01 of Company C. who The ceremony of J

1 to say that the sickly appearance brings suit to recover $12!.26, the inducting Dr. Man- THE J

;ai KEEPING I TAB of many of the children workersIs amount of his wages from time of lIng into office by tithe _- f BEST FOR

: due In- part to the prevalence of the dismissal to the expiration of bis enlistment vestry included' .a> Y

disease caused by the hook worm, Counsel for Reid contends the delivery of the ; BOWELS '

which originates In infected soiL WhenIt that the relation between the soldier keys of all the nine ?, .. '

f' enters the blood the victim becomes and the government amounts to a .con churches of the par ,. If 10'4 Daea't ryda7,1.s'niilorwillbeT a n"ln.1.. tIl1I11MGlln'.r geapyoe.rowels the

: ij 'I [ Wij l pale'and thin, but retains a ravenous tract which the president has no power ten. Dr. ManningIs poweta.v. 0515.sod or pill be w.1L potion P.re.t. du.ro.a.. is tke akape n.ofvioleat ':,.-' .

l 4S. appetite. The report wUt'show how to abrogate. District Attorney Stlm- comparatively ayatng 'J 1- 4 .mooth..t.bow.tll physic el:lei moat clea.perfect i.&0 t Yway 01 keaptag 1.. t

to treat the disease successfully. son for the government holds that if nan. having ., the j

Tnt Age of Mental} Virility.W. the president has power to dismiss an been born in : CATHARTIC CANDY i ,1'

officer without trial he must have as land In 18GG.
A. Newman Dorland writing ic W .

Afghan Invaders of India Checked tbt Century, delves deeply into thereiords much power In the case of a private. was educated
lie also asserted that the court had no University of
of achievement of the world'ssf
by British Troops and Revolutionary jurisdiction in the case because an South in Nashville.Tenu. .
+let workers and thinkers and ftais
officer of the government is debarred As rector of Dr. W-T Manning
4 :_ Plot Exposed-Asquith. that the average age for the perfora
from bringing such an action. lie further I I[ Trinity be will receive a salary of
"Jl'P :f the master work is fifty. For tl 3
.g Outlines Age Pension Scheme : makes the defense that the dismissal -j'($25.000: n year the income of the par-
the workers the is fortpseveu
average
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.- Monarch's was made for the good of the isn ieing about L(00OUO.] Dr. Man-
and Tariff Cut-Austrian
and for tbe thinkers tlfty-two. Chem-
1 service after futile efforts to distinguish J[ ma; is known as a good organizer and EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
= Jubilee Manuel Pro sts and physicists average; the youngest ; Good Do
Twt.
orthodox Potent
the guilty from tbe Innocent. j:[ srrictry Pleuant Palatable. if
and
at forty-one: poets and inventorsat Good Never SiN Yen.Weak.a or Gripes 10. t
Counsel for the plaintiff argued that It': Writ fur free aampl.,and booklet -
claimed- Congress Majority forty-four; novelists at forty-six; explorers Scientist Church For Peace. 10 caste health.per bot.:Addreti m +
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Agrees on Reform Legislation. and warriors, forty-seven; composers the president has power to discharge i I j A new edict or bylaw promulgated Sterling Remedy Company. Chicaaa or MM Tort.
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three companies be has the power to in the of Mrs. Eddy leader of ,
end actors, forty-eight; ; artists uame BLOOD CLEftM
'-'. Senate Airs Freight Rate In and clergymen, fifty: essayists and re- discharge the whole army on suspicion the fliristlan Science church for the KEEP YOUR

This be intimated would lead guidance of her followers forbids members -
crease-Harmon Named For lormers. fifty-one; physicians and has sold her lot on
I to dictatorial not intended Mrs. Clara Gross
powers by .
statesmen fifty-two; philosophers fif- from joining any organization having
Governor- Gunness, Murder y-t'our; mathematicians and humorists, the constitution. In reply to this line ; for its object the maintenance ofpeat'e. west New York avenue to J. W. Dutton -

Farm Exposure Horrifies the fifty-six; historians fifty-seven: : natu- I Stimson said. "I can scarcely conceiveof but at the same time declaring the consideration being $2,000. A e

ralists and jurists. fifty-eight. The I the president leading to battle an It the duty of all to promote pear ?z few years ago she boJ\;ht this large

I a} Public. I II II I writer concludes that If health and optimism army of contractors having constitutional I'I earth and good will toward men "by lot for $900 one half of which she sold

:" remain the man of fifty can rights making them above the lli"nstrating the rules of divine awhile back to Mr. G. A. Dreka for
ffi||c law end putting them beyond the pow ion"
: .' command success as readily. as the cleaned $2,300 In the
: w I FOREIGN I man of thirty. t that the president has over tieir Open' Pulpit Canon Sustained. 1200. She up
VNew Commanding officers. purchase and sale of the property.-
tight on Pneumonia. In the annual convention of the

Ais-:- Afghan Invasion of India. Before the Chicago Medical association More Kentucky Feudists Killed. Protestant Episcopal diocese of Pennsylvania eLand Record.

. s. Later dispatches from Simla{ the Dr. II. M. Fish has submitted a At Crockettsvllle. In P.reathitt county at Philadelphia a resolution

summer capital of India tell of an invasion new method of treating pneumonia Ky.. May 4. occurred another one ronosing to suspend the application There Is still some shipping of tomatoes

of the British northwest 'frontier which he says effects a sure cure inside of ttose bloody tragedies for which ot the new canon opening the pulpitof going on from this city, although -

' by. about 20.000 Afghans on May 2 twenty-four hours. He asserted that that region has been noted many years the church to ministers of any denomination the bulk of the crop has been

'zR under the leader- the seat of the trouble in pneumoniacases during the progress of the Hargis- until the next general coner.tton gathered. Several cars were loaded at

ship of the fanatical Cockrill feud. Ex-Sheriff Callahan of should have the opportunity to
Is not in the lungs as generally the freight depot yesterday with tomatoes

mollahs who for supposed but in the bony frameworkat be Ilargis faction while la his own rwousMer it was defeated by the vote as the main part of the ship-

some time bad been the of the The stare was mortally stabbed by his ot 15J to 136.. The high churchmen
top nose. germ orpnetimococcus of
northern
trying to stir up is harmless except when rother-in-Iaw. John Splcer and a mOo n=-g l that this canon is against the ments. From the points

f e- k the native Afridls pent up in a cell of this kind. Then It went later Splcer was slain by the son h.:7b.s claim to the apostolic sue- the county a large quantity of produces t t

I 7 and Mobmands! oc acts like an explosive, expands and of Callahan. On the same day in Jack- ewion. The ministers divided 94 t* going forward, but the vegetable I

the British side oft poisons the blood. From these cells son Daniel White a Ilargis man shot 11s. the majority being for the open shipments will soon be outnumberedby

the border. It was and killed Jim Fug.U.of the Cockrill paipit
the disease works rapidly down to the pineapples which are maturingvery

: L- against the latter lungs but the fuel still comes from the tide In a street duel. The son of Callahan rapidly. The key crop of pine-

rte r cocks that General was operating Will-- germ cells in the nose. So says Dr. Wilson, after shooting Spicerg.lt'e' -I CONGRESSIONAL I apples will be t very small this year
himself to the authorities but
up
Fish and he adds that the remedy is
have
: A last week and and few of the planters will
was released on bail. The death of
simply to draw the pus from the nose
the suppression The Speaker Has a Birthday. enough to pay for the gathering of
: Iatchener.for Callahan brings joy to the widow of .
Lord cells. By doing so be has cured one of
: -- Qf which the general the worst cases of pneumonia.LEGALCRIMINAL. James Marcum. as :she charged Ilargis; Just before adjournment of the them. The extreme drouth on the

'' in chief Kitchener was going to and Callahan with instigating! the murder house May 7, during the roll call keys has greatly retarded all fruit.

the front. One part of the Afghans of her husband Jett the
by Curtis Champ Clark as acting minority Miami News-Record.

*v* attacked the blockhouse which guards I I Graft Scandal In Baltimore. leader In the absence of Williams rose
*
the Afghan end of Khyber pass, but to "a parliamentary Inquiry. When
) were repulsed and retired. Willcocks Mayor Mabooi of Baltimore has removed
--S- asked by Speaker Cannon to state It
x at rushed to the Indiana Murder Farm.AS two commissioners for the So TiredIt
once a brigade point he wan;.nl to know
of danger. the result of the fire which destroyed opening of streets a Republican and a
\ if it was not the sev-
-i. It Is feared In London that this a fine country house near La- Democrat after an Inquiry had provedthe 4k? enty second birthday may be from overwork, but

Afghan outbreak Is the indirect result porte. Ind. occupied by Mrs. Belle charge of Contractor Robertsonthat -
of the speakerand the chances are its from an inactive -
-- of the Anglo-Russian treaty which the Gunness and three small children and $1.500 had been paid to exCongressman Irjr expressed the

ix ameer of Afghanistan refused to sign from the ruins of which the bodies of Husk: as the go between. wish of the house LIVER. -

f and that the ameer Is determined upon the woman and tbe children were The demand of the commissioners for r for "many happy re With a well conducted LIVERone

has taken tbe authorities of the town have tlO.OOO on a $15.000 contract wr.s exwsed. -
war. He a well drilled regular turns." To calls for can do mountains of labor

55 army of 70.000 and 20.000 irregulars all unearthed what appears to have beena I and the Informant was the pres- a a speech the speaker without fatigue.It .

} supplied with modern arms and ammunition regular business In murder or In the ident of the Maryland Paving com- replied. "In the

p factories for which are in disposal of the bodies of murdered IKiny. The payment of the cash to Speaker Cannon. absence of objection adds a hundred per cent to

operation in his own country. persons. The first clew came from Rusk was witnessed by detectives concealed ," referring to the prevailing Democratic ones earning capacity.

At the same time comes news of the the request of John Hclgclein of Aberdeen In a bookcase. Rusk is chairman
filibuster.
He referred to the be In healthful action
S. D. that the be of the Democratic committee It can kept
discovery of a wide reaching conspiracy premises city
partisan controversies inevitable In a
t cy in India to destroy prominent men searched for the body of his brother but hns tendered his resignation. by, and only by
government through parties but while
with bombs many of tbe latter being Andrew who last January bad gone to lie has been at the head of the committee there be
might temper shown at timeson
found at Calcutta and General Kitch the- Gunness home in answer to a mat for six years and was electedto either side there '
were integrity, fidelity -
ener being marked for assassination.The rimonial advertisement and who had congress three times.
and patriotism on both sides of the utt'sPilis
bombs were of the latest pattern, never been seen again. The local sher-
Bank Cashier Short 468000. louse. One of the things noticeable In
with electric batteries to explode them. iff located the body of tbe missingman
William Montgomery, cashier of the these contests was that they did not
four fret under the ground near
Besides the bombs
a library dealing
Allegheny National bank of Pittsburgand strike below the belt :
with the science of explosives was the burned house. Further leach' disclosed -
44 former friend and adviser= of the
A Caucus
found In the same place and much a number of dismembered on Currency. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
late Senator Quay has been arrestedon
: seditious literature. Many arrests have bodies buried about the place. Already The Republicans of the house have
the charge of having embezzled:
t r been made. All over India the peopleare the number has reached fifteen, had several conferences in formal party
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$408.000) of the bank's funds that
believed to be preparing for a revolution and more are expected to be found un- caucus with the result that an agreement -
amount being missed, but much
a to throw off British rule. der the cement floor of the cellar. Mrs. a has been reached on the troublesome SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
larger shortage being suspected. The
Gunness bail been twice married and problem of currency legislationat
Liberals Barely Win Election. shortage was exposed by statements of
both husbands died under suspicious this session. By the decisive rote FLORIDA TIMS UNION
Another byelection held last week in James. Young and Henry Iteiber former
of 115 to 21 it
circumstances. One of the bodies dug was agreed to base the
England to fill vacancy in parliament officials of the Farmers' Deposit The Great State Paper
I up is thought to be that of Jennie Olson proposed emergency paper upon com
'
?k # was virtually a defeat for the 'i a sixteen-year-old girl whom Mrs. bank now In prison for extensive looting mercial paper used through the clearIng DAILY AND SUNDAY. Qe MONTH
the Liberal of the latter Institution. Three !(Month tlAO fcli Month HOttTwelve
government. although can- They
Gunness had adopted and reared. Ray say house. At the same time almost Month.s6.n
didate managed to pull through by a that a large part of the loot went as it
Lamphere. a man who was employedon unanimously was agreed to hare
< of votes in total of loans to Montgomery to cover Ills The SemtW'eeklyllmes-Unlonand
majority eight a up
commission
tbe Gunness place at the time of a special appointed to in
I 9020. This Is expected to increase the the fire has been arrested and jailedas shortage. The fact that the Allegheny vestigate financial conditions com The farmer .and fruit Grower,

difficulties of Churchill in his canvass a suspicious person. He had been National has long been the headquarters mittee of five, consisting of Vreeland.Burton. the Friday Issue of the Semi Weekly, devoted
1 at Dundee. The latter had an amusing! of the state Republican machine to Agricultural Citrus Frulu. LJ..
coat noknown to belong Weeks. McKiunvy and Nolan.
seen wearing a I gtock.etcThe two pa ell fat ll.ou pcryetr
.,I' experience with a militant suffragette. financially Rives exceptional Impor- Mall us your..ubscrtpilooFlaldaTlmes'UaloaJacksoafills
to lIel elein. The local authorities The Canteen Knocked Out.
Miss Maloney. there when he tried to tance of this procedure.
hare a theory that Mrs. Gunness is Fit.
of The house voted down tlr I i'il'' anthurizinz ,
address outdoor laborers.
; an meeting still alive nod thAt the woman's body
the
canteen in
:::y' Sbe was angered against him for the army. 1(77
saying
found after the fire io< that of one killed -iti.
'''. that the suffragettes had allied! t RELIGIOUS I to
by her so as to throw the jiolice offtU
themselves with the liquor interests. tnu-k. "dip\"p that; Mrs. They HANDY MOTH PAPERA
f When he began speaking she raised also killed her three children and Methodist General Conference. POLITICAL I! ,

::: such a din with a big dinner bell that hersPlf set fire to the house. At JiHnore! May G v.-jis U-snn the
he had to his meeting. I moth Ill.'ln'r. awl .irmt.--tint. Placed
given ;
tS Thaw Hearing Divided.When twenty-fifth session of the general ccuference ; Prosperity Association Booming.The under ranor in till I..UIof Itn and rMb-
Franz Josefs Sixty Year Jubil e. I of the Methodist Kpfscopalchurch. ing it lriv-.. away im'than..I worry Tae Ire
sixtieth anniversary the habeas corpus hearing in Bishop Warren of Denver "Let us alone slogan sounded slutti in a i>;irk.-t ram:.!!c |>rrai z _\Vienna.. May 7. tin pre-
the Interest of Harry Thaw for the! I>.T Yo.iium; and other speaker at the : packets mil-cut.- Francis : iins There 7S7
of the reign of Emperor were delegates, and
him the NewYork
of from
-
Joseph of Austria was celebrated purix -e freeing For the Criminalcame they rcpreseuted more than :!nnn.tlfll! )) ir.oetHg flf the St. Louis TraSiclul, Mad ixan Powder "'''rl..,klrrt ion$Ilit'larkrstlllr
tatt.lyhul1 promptly caught on whh busiue. host loan
In which Em- coniiuiiicuits
in
with splendid ceremony In":1I1 before Justice Morr twenty-four different _.
up --- --
le In all of the -- --
I>eror William of Germany and manyrulers scban( at IViughkeepsie the districtattorney countries. On the first day the con parts Nl1Intryn.1 rp
suited in the formation of Iho Nation.ll'rosporitr !
of German tlI.took part hrgether for the county objected that r.'n'lI'ot..l to send a message to
F I association at St. I. nis. Its
with throns of the S"aker Cannon urging th' continued
seat: peepie.
the county of I>utrl>e<5-* could not stand
: Cuu;ruuiluiiuu:> Horn the pope the expense of hiring experts: and paying : e-,... G..i..iJ of ii.uAL-iuts from the soldtrs' : platform as adopted l-y the executive
:
committee of the Business
Men'sleague
and from other rulers of nations were Lorus.
the : uf numerous witnesses -
expenses
of that dtIncludc:> the following
rorivcil. The German and Austr'.ar.monarchs involved in tbe famous murder Chastity Her: Than Marriage.
,., pnrpo>es:
exchanged ( r.Ii.\1 greetings case originating in New York city. That the head! of tu-! Christian Science
"To keep the dinner pail full.
Portugal's Boy King Proclaimed. His motion to have the hearing removed c ttrl.h. the venerable Mrs. Eddy. "To keep Ill,. pay car going.To .

The youthful hind Manuel of Portugal to that city was denied however U teaching tu her followers tin- ultimate "
keep the factory busy.
rode to the parliament house lu in'part. The justice held that j jTt dteai's-earauce of marriage in the "To keep the workmen employed."To .

I' Lisbon. May & through streets lined ;!w'a side might be heard there and sexual sense Is stated authoritativelyby kelp the present wages up."

with soldiers and In the presence of the state's side at New York. Pending Alfred Farlow. one of the luLIi<.>s- The association is to wag? war

peers deputies and other officials inn the taking of evidence on May 11 thin committee of that d.'Uouiinatioa, against what it regards as d '

;- diplomats he took the oath and wan Thaw was allowed to remain in cus- in a Inter to Current Literature. lie agitation and jf.-ssinii. all

procblmrd king. In Portugal the sovereign tody of the county sherin and occupy says she holds that -when mortals country. In addition to the cry tru.ti\'t-I I

never wears the crown I hat luxurious quarters of tbe undersberiff shall Lan reached the point of spiritual :
us alone! it will use this appeal. "Let v
.: symbol of power being consecrated 1:1et. lit the top of the jail. There he has Ilt'rft"Cti'Jn shall have become us have rest sunshine and more or
received his mother and friends. It dominated that rAt+
tbe patron saint by mind which was In I less silence."
; ::
being made clear that Mrs. Thaw is
,: Christ Jesus it is manifest that the
in sympathy with the efforts of her sacrament: of the Jerome on the Gridiron.
marriage as now understood
l I F SCIENTIFIC son to lie freed from Matteawan.The will no longer pertain. The Inquiry into the official conduct I FRIEND TO FRIEND.The .

of -; <:Attorney Jerome of New
Scldiers.
Right to Dismiss The New Rector of Trinity.
\;;- personal
York before recommendations
Special Commissioner of
f. Hook Worm In the South Before Judge Hough in the federal The p.eDr.. William T. Manning. who have people
Hand has continued with been cured of
mon
surprises -
:_ Dr. 0. W. Stiles of the marine hospital district: court at New York has been vicar of St. Acnes' and assistant rector colds coughs aDd
in connection with his by Chamberlain's
,- service is preparing a report on I made the first move to test the action of old Trinity has been chosen to succeed handlingof Cough Remedy

the causes of the debilitated condtdoa i t of the president In dismissing the neI'gro the late Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix as the Metropolitan Street railway! cam- have done more than all else to make it a

,t;. ot the children working In the cotton : troops accused of shooting upBrownsville. Lead of the richest parish in America staple article of trade and commerce ovex

mills of the south after spending some I TeL, the case being that that_ of Trinity, New York Episcopal Continued on page 7 |a large part of the civilized world

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