The Florida star ( May 22, 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 22, 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:
UF00075901:00285

Related Items

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

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FLORIDA


TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908


STAR


NO. 5


IJot foV OqsIFltSs Allo, A10 foq foilt1e qoo4 of Ot1r.s AlSo.
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THE

WEEK

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O-Ihm bwA ma Brady tertained a
*Anw Te w Wig Monday evening.
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"''n iwR tob Mak ma vioit with

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Mr. J. MoMey has started to drive
ameth afti em we at rampmee with
do Mbo fe pgettfln, awot ood freeh
aw ws 'lis dri outh

ma. LL A. Brady, *O.pGAW .. by
S inr t Ntsen S, Lawreace and Park-
e- b xiet to leave ts (Friday) af-
r W~Mt n, Ga., an- d fmmr


rata.d -- a rietn. day Wedna.day
K an myaoetnbrtpt

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wisth a a t a tle amp Mtiwa
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want to pes ad were aqbed 10
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-aI M7 dhw Pr ly.
tle De em nadx r~ refer.
H o me address de vered befte the
Cr elesm ao ths Daytona high
asLU, seT: Th class address as d-
Btaid by Diness. w bet was on
mAtd t meatim a d s doubt will
aaw r i after trs evening with both

yried ofDe herowho wasbe am-
xs oM and the iew meers of the

Mr. Ku.m left for Miandmi Tues-
day aftMrss after visiting his father
and rmoI at New Smyrna Monday.
Beis aw in the employ of the E. L.
Brady C viks Mr. H. J. Fgger, who
hak ge into oth er bsmisne, on ac-
remnt a whib sage Mr. KnoL was
aed to Miami about twoweksearlier
thi he wpeetw ,
Mrs A. S.ca60.our expects to
leav the early part of next month for
Redanda S. Cal, where she will visit
a Mlay fried of hers wo has ben an-
xols for her to come there fortwo
years. Mtrs Scrageor resigns herp-
tlo& in tbe stafe as princidpl a-
at ad ay not return to id
right away. Miss Maggie Collins will
be thea ew assistant to Pst....str Tay-
hr.
White and brown canvas oxfords,
rbber and lather soles, at Bran-



apcial pc in bos' and youths'
auita E a id ~rednion in men's
e meino difference.

'lu iand dress suit eases at spee-

i tnrile Fla.


Drlager gmgaN `kimd prompt-
attiagd to. Met aN trains.
.HL HOLTOr,
it: usvie, Fla.
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"OUTWARD BOUND" LATEST NEWS
Whether our acation thism ID ITS
me is to be spent on thl briny deep
or at some lively rrsrt, yourpleas-
ure wil be greatly .wed and rwill Pm Blast a-M P that
your enymntdoubled by good """ M a inr.n
supply ofattractiv ebes. Trl Ie E T
sume a Dr. Miller, Dentst, Titumvife.
the thing for smart vacatim wear.
Swell new designs in handsome Mr. Allan dodgers. of Jacksonville,
clothes, cut with an original styling spent a part of Priday last inTitusville.
t will go far to a you "the Mr. John Parker arrived last week
only pebble the bm from Dade county ad is at work for
Prices $. to hsbrother, Mr. W. EL Parker.
For the best goods most reasona- r. W H .
ble prices, call on or send your or- Owing to the ilneas of Capt. Fischer
ders to the mail to Artesia Tuesday ad yes-
WINSTON S BRANNING teday was carried by J. D. Ennis in
Up to-DateCloth gthe new mail bat.
Mr. J. W. Spafford,of Sharpes, h
TItuvle, Florid just returned home from New York
-----W-u* bringing his bride with him. Congrat-
Att inq! Dcortmn Day ulations Mr. Spaffod.
Would like to call your attention Dean Robottmn will leave next week
to the near approach of decoration for Orlando, where be is scheduled to
day and would be glad to have some make an addrem before the graduating
action taken by the people of this cl of the Cathedral school on Wed-
town looking to a concerted elebr- nesday, May 27.
tion of a day so dear to the hearts of Mr. David F. Krnun, proprietor of
may, bothte Blue and Graythe Vining hotel, at Widwood, N. J.,
s my, both-we nited in one ommon and two sans were here last Friday on
whhweruted one cotheir way home from Hallana where
interest in the Spanih-American war. they own a truck farm.
The 0th day of May is edited Mr L. Brady, Miss Daisy Brady
to the soldier and sailors whose little Mi L leBradyleft yester-
tents are pitched on the campit day afternoon for Camden S. C., where
grounds of the silent, and whose they wll visit with their stepdaughter
ships are anchored in the harbors of and sister, Mrs. Frank Wooten From
the great beyond. there Mrs. Brady will go to Albma to
"It is replete with tauder recolle visit her mother.
tions and cherished memories of the the East Coast Lumbr &Supply Co.
past; it invokes thank*ivinag for have moved most of their stock of lum-
the blesings of the present and is ber, etc., from this place, but still have
pregnant with hopes and inspira- Mr. Gladwin to sell crates, etc. The
tios for the future, company has also decided to close their
ti n th fl branch at West Palm Beach, transfer-
heoM the fla at hlfring the stock to Fort Pierce.
j L*_x -S .---l-:hBS l ;- B fl bofw-
ed and bendmd i etera _o teps Mr. Gea E. Priteett arrived oe
a e e Sunday -fternoon from near Vadalia,
are timed to the ua"tul measure Ga., and expects to leave next Tuesday
of the muffled drums, the singing of with his family for Conrye, near At-
tbe national anthems, the memorial lanta, where they will spend the sum-
address, the dewortin of the graves mer, expecting to return hereabout the
of ourdead and the strewing of the 1st of October. During the interim
waters that rn to the sa with flow Mr. Pritehtt has rented his handsome
, srymbo of a hope that i etern- home to Mr. F. A. Morgan.
al ad of a faiththatis sublime, the e strongest lineof workhoes
divine in,-catr A and the funeral at Rrwlning's.
salute are object lesso in the school
of patriotism, teahing unto the Am- Patent oxfords, latest eutsat Bran-
erican ctisen the duties which he ning's.
owes to himself, his country and his min .Gm-
God." Baseball wm
The lobby of the potofice will be TheCocoa bsebll team played
at the service of any committee that the local nine here yesterday and the
ma be organized for the reception visitors won by a score of 10 to 6. In
of flowers on that day. justice tothe home nine it must be
fF. M Tlo r said that they had decidedly the best
P.tmaster of the game up to the eighth inning.
The score then was 5 to 3 in favor of
Hawes $3.00 straw hats at Bran- Titusville, when our catcher, Carl
ning's. Battle, was struck with a foul tip
and rendered unconscious for awhile
Vici and gun mtal oxfords, best, and had to be relieved. In the eighth
at Bran g's. Cocoa piled up 7 runs and thus got
Have You Been Waiting for This? ahead. With Battle behind the bat
I want to go to Colorado for acou- they did not score again, and Titus-
ple of months. ville made a' run in the ninth.
To get expense money I will do A dance was given at the opera
your dental work for a ridiculously house in honor of the Cocoa boys and
low price. Some of the more ex- their friends. We were pleased to
pensive work, such as gold crowns see the young ladies and their chap-
and enamel filling, you can get for erons also present from Cocoa.
one-half the usual price. Card of Thanks
You must come within the next
two weeks a you must bring the We take this means of thanking
our many friends for their many acts
cash. Make your appointments so of kindness and sympathy during our
there will be no disappointment, aunt's illness and death. May God's
DR. MILLER. Dentist. richest blessings be upon each one.
F. P. and L. E. MCCALL.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Gronat Shiloh, Fla., on hi. A surprise party, managed by Mr.
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high S. M. Moye and wife, was enjoyed at
hickory hammock. Free from white the residence of Mr and Mrs. S. C. T.
fly. One year to two yearM old buds. the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. T.
Prices from 25 to 35cents. Careful-. Warren, May 12th at Mims. Theparty
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill was given in honor of Mrs. Warren.
station. J. W. GRIFmS.,
Shiloh, Fla. Bargains in Trees
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds,
For Sale Cheap For Cash j Marsh seedless and Standard, 30


About 88 acres of good high land on cents each. $25.00 per 100.
the eastor ocean sideof the Idian river J. B. BEACH,
at the Narrows, described as follows: West Palm Beach, Fla.
Lot No. 3, section 35, almolot No. 3, see-,
tiu. 36 i tIw p 31 south, rau Soda Fountain for Sale
east. This lands unlimproved but fine-
located. For further particulars ad- With charging *pp-ratus, glasses and
Es M. Low, 32 feet coi also peanut roaster. Ad-
Brockton, Mass. dress G., STAN office.


Special Sale at line's

MONDAY, MAY 25, 1908.
Go gw in all the latest cheeks,
r stand s ,i endless varie-
ty ofpatterns, 15 cents is the whole-
sale price, Monday's special 12 cents
per yard.
Ladi=e ready made voile skirts,
with two rows of taffetafolds, worth
$8.00, special 5.98
Black underskirts made of the best
quality of heatherbloom with wide
ruffle, worth $2.00 special $129.
Special prices on embroideries and
insertions.
Unbleached sea islandcotton, Mon-
daf special 13 yards for SLM.
ench 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 I cents pet yard.
,edy made sheets 72x90, special
5 cents each.
Pillow coming, 46 inches wide, Pep-
perell mills, 15 cents per yard.
White lawn, good quality, worth
15 cents, special 10 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
hemstitching, special 25 cents per
ir, sizes from 2 to 14.
IR & G. and Thompson's glove fit-
tingcorsets, 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.

Church Notes
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun-
day at 7:30 p. m., and in St. Marks
church, Cooa, on Sunday at 11a. m.
.Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m.,
and at.Oak Hill at 3 p. m.
Tan oxfords, men and boys, at
Branning's.

A Runaway
One of Mr. Osban's teams took a
fright while harnessed to a surrey in
his livery stable on Palm street Sat-
urday afternoon and ran out of the
stable up Palm street past Julia,
where the team divided company by
passingan electric light post between
the horses-result, of course, a badly
demolished surrey and ruined har-
ness. The surrey new cost $165 and
will hardly justify rebuilding. The
editor's new Ford automobile was
out that afternoon, but it had noth:
ing to do with this runaway-the
auto being in another part of town
at the time this occurred.
Notice


LOCAL GOSSIP

AND PERSONALS

uatnHg Abut th Foup of Tgn
ile u as Thy CeM n i TC
Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug
St*e for cold drinks and ice cream.
Mrs. Will Cleveland, of Arcadia, is
here on a visit to her cousin, Mrs.
J. M. Osban.
Mr. A. P. Gruber and family have
moved into one of the Taylor cottages
on the rive front.
Mr. T. Blake Walker, of Jacksonville,
was here for a day or so this week vis-
iting Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchand.
Mrs. Geo.M. Robbis and Masters
George and Douglas are expected to re-
turn home from North Georgia this af-
ternoon.
H. Q. Hawley, a former resident of
Titusville, has bought property on Sea
Breeze, Daytona Beach, where he will
spend the summer.
Cwtl,.et.- Hall will move the Wiley
cottageto its new location further
south, where it will be used a parson-
age for the Baptist church.
Messrs. N. P-numonen of Grant, and
Al Carter, of Ce ws;na, called at THE
STAn office yesterday. Mr. Carter
brought up election returns Wednesday,
and Mr. Fosmunsen proved up on his
homestead.
Mrs. Robottom and Master Innis ac-
comp-nied the dean to Melbourne Sat-
urday, where he held service Sunday
morning. They returned Monday af-
ternoon, the dean being quite littlein-
disposed, we are sorry to say.
W. C. Rawlinson, who was convicted
at the fall term of circuit court in St.
Lode county for -miShter, for the
killing of C. T. McCarty, started the
first of last week for the convict camps
to serve out a 10-year sentence.
A mnu by the name of Macon G. El-
ls committed suicide in Jacksonville
last Saturday by the ue of morphine.
This is nmdoubteny the same Maon G.
Ellis who lived for many years at Mel-
bourne. He leaves a wife and two sons
now living at Clearwater.
Dr.SW. Crol, of Daytona, was
recently called to Cedar Key by the ill-
ness and death of his sister, Mrs. W. R.
White. She was the wife of W. R.
White, of Charleston, S. C., who, at the
time of the close of the Civil war, was
chief clerk of the bond department of
the Confederacy. Mr. and Mrs. White
were making preparations for the cele-
bration of their golden wedding on Jan.
8th, 1909.
Globe-Wernicke Elastic book eases
Talking machines, records and needles
House, boat and copper paints
FURNITURE, DRYGOODS, SHOES
Rugs, carpet and linoleum. Matting
Edison and Columbia batteries
Basehalls. mita. m aku rvPR


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School board warrant No. 7,795 is- CHAS. A. GARDNEs, 'Phone 34
sued to Miss Margaret Carter, March
2, 1908, for $35.00 is lost. Bankers For dress or work shoes go to
and others are advised not to pay Branning's.
said warrant.
JOHN R. WALKER, New Ford "Red Devil"
Supt.i The Ford auto car, model S. Road-
is V S T s a ster, arrived last Friday and is pro-
Miss V. S. Thomas has opened a
cafe near the colored school building nounced by all to bea beautiful car.
on Dummit St., and will serve meals It is 4-c der wth all up-to-date
improvements, rumble seat, and is
at all hours of the day and from 7 ,
c also ice cream enamelled red. F .-om the way some
d to 10 p. inc g of the teams take to the tall timber
and cold drin-ks.
an.l r when the editor i ; ut driving it we
Notice judge they have already named it
At a special meeting of the Indian the ed Devil." Prospective cus-
River Haulover Outing club, a cor- tomers are invited to examine same.
portion duly organized and existing -
under the laws of the state of Wis- Standard Sewing Machine
consin, the name of said corporation The best and lightest running on the
was changed to Indian River com- market, does both chain and lock stitch
pany. Dated May 4th, 1908. on the same machine. Can be furnished
JOHN S. MAIN, Sec. with either rotary or vibrating shuttle.
-- -. Spot cash prices or easy installment
Photograph Gallery terms or rented.
INDIAN RIVER Music HOUSE,
Go to Faust, the photographer, on Titusville, Fla.
Julia street, for artistic photos. All
work first class and promptly attended For Sale Cheap For Cash
to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and p
oil paintings a specialty. Six acres and a half of improved
land on Merritts Island, known as
Wood For Sale the Sidney Carpenter place. Title per-
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- fect. Address
ng and harrowing. See or address J. MRS. R. J. FINE,
W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. Punta Gorda, Fa.


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INDICTED FOR STEALING.


Wreckers at Miami Find Themselves
In Trouble.
The Miami Metropolis of Saturday
says:
As had been expected and predicted
the grand Jury in the United States
court probed the charges of -stealing
from the cargo of the steamer LaSalle
which grounded o a "lump" of the
new ship canal, several months ago
and which was afterwards beached
near Bears Cut to prevent her sink-
nag. a large portion of the cargo be-
ing removed and brought here, and
this morning returned true bills
against J. G. Graland. L K Brooks.
ai Taylor and Henry Hopkins, the
specific charge being a violation of
section 558. revised statutes.
The grand jury has been at work on
these cases the better part of the week
and It is said that other indictments
of a similar nature will likely be
found.
It will be remembered that when
underwriter agents came here to loo:'
after the cargo salved from the Ia-
Salle they openly charged there hati
been wholesale stealing from the car
go, alleging that several hundred
sacks of coffee, cases of boots an I
shoes and various other articles wcre,
mission. At the last session of thc
U. S. court here it was rumored that
the matter would come before the
grand Jury, but nothing of a positive
nature developed until the true bills
were returned today.
The nature of the evidence against
the accused is not known and will
not become public until the cases go
to trial. All of the defendants with
one exception reside in Miami.

A Smile
is pretty hard thing to asermplish when
ymo're blue, biliors and out of sorts. There
is ure cure for all kinds of stomarhl :,,d
liver rnuplints. constipation and dlyspepsia.
Bllard's Herbine is mild. yet absolutely ef-
fertive in all cases. Price 50 cents per Imntie.
aMl by Titusille Pharm:try und Banner
Drug Store.



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have so much faith itn its curative powers.
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to crre-. Send for list of t.--
tinmonials.
Addr4s-. F. J. ('iCENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold hv DmIaiojt. T7.S-.
Hall's Family Pills are the bet.

The happiness of life consists In
something to do. something to lore and
something to hope for.-Dr. Chalmers

Good for Everybody
Mr. Norman R. Coulter. a prominent archi-
tect, in tbr Delbert Building, San Francisuo.
mys: "I fully endorse all that has been mid
of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It is
gund for everybody. It corrects stomach.
liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and
efficient manner and builds up the system"
Electric Bitters is the het springg a medicine
ever sold over a druggists computer; as a blood
purifier it is unequaled. 50 cents at Banner
SDrug 'tore.


ST3~- AW

- oimesl tree Caor Trele SOe
Far P irom8 9e1s8.
A Moa diksa th dated Wedn
day ay:.
Cb wit burning the trestle of
the Pfesacola Weetrec Company, an
8nday last President G. C. McCain:
Henry TUflliea' n and John tMabLe
of the Amalmaterd LeaestHem of
8test alwarh Employes were ar
rest yesterday. At the ame time.
their was notice avd oa t above
to appear Mnet Friday msndng the
United States court to show caue
hy they should not be puMhed tor
contempt The charge in the county
eeart agai tmhe me s arsm.
The lawless lament among th6
strike sympathser seane to be dOi-
eult to apples.
Following the attempt to bura the
big bayou trestle of the Pensacola
hectric Company, the stsning of ears
during Monday and the placing of in-
numerale train torpedoes an the
treeks, a effort was made at a late
hoer Meaday night to ssassinatre a
mtrm a on a belt Hne ear. near a
corner of Teath avenue and Iatenden-
ca street. Two large stones bad
been placed on the track at that point,
and the miterman wasu opened to
bring his car to a stop and leave it
to remove the stmes. When gagbd
in the act a party secreted behind
a fesee fired at him. The bullet went
wild and the party led.
The point where the attempt to kill
the motorman occurred is near what
is known as Wright's mill and in
a section of the city where detection
would be almost impossible. The mo-
torman after removing. the stones.
boarded his car and came to the city,
where he reported the matter to the
pollee, but so far o clue has been
found.
Sheriff Van Pelt has deputies thir-
tees of the imported men, which gives
them the right to carry weapons con-
coaled. This was done upon request
of the Pensacola Electric Company.
and the men wll be used in guarding
the street car bars, the power house
and the cars.


A bratl urder -was emmied at
Arch Cek a mameR viuei a Sew
mile aorth Miam lat Fridayl
SISht, Josbe Halt a ng farmer hbe
tmg shot ad ald ost instantly ied
by Thormas Bete, ahis stmI law.
As told by the Mimal Metrepoms the
killing occurred on the DpMbe road a
short distance from the station at
Arch Creek and is said to have result
ed tram ftafly dieremo s. Bethea In
reported to have gone to Holts home
Friday morning and after r- iw
there ome time the two mn came
out and walked down the railroad
track. Here the trouble between them
was renewed, terminating in a fist
fight in which Bethe was worsted.
Nothing more occurred until Jut af-
ter the north bound train had passed
Arch Creek, when residents heard re-
ports and saw revolver dashes down
the road. A few minutes later a res-
ident passed Bethes and spoke to him
but not knowing a crime had been
committed permitted him to pas, be
mounting a bicycle and riding west
across the railroad. Later a Holt's
body was found lying in the road. He
was dead. Word was at once sent to
Miami and the authorities notified. A
search was ii1t1tuted but Bethea had
disappeared and cannot be found.

Good Wordas or ha1berlain'sa ough

People everywhere take pleamre in teti-
fying to the good qualities of Chamberlaan'
Cough Iemedy. Mrs Edward Philiss of
B chy, Md., write: "I wish to tell ye that
I em reonnmend Chamberlsia's Cough Iem-
edy. Mr little girl Ctherine who is two
yeas old. ha been taking this remedy when-
ever she had a eeld snce she was two meatha
old. Abot a mouthapo I eeameteda dread-
fl cold myself but I took Chamberlaia's
Coagh Remedy ad wassom as well as ever.'
This rmedyis forsle by Titville Pbar-
meey ad al dealem

Sea Wall at Ponsacola.
Nearly $1,000,000 is to be expended
by the government in building a gi-
gantic sea wall around Fort Pickens
on Santa Rosa island opposite Pensa-
cola. Bids for this work are to be
open on May 20, and as the work is
of such great proportions and the ex-
penditure of money so large it is an-
ticipated that there will be bidders
from various sections of the country.
The wall is to be eleven feet in height
fourteen feet in thickness at the bot-
,tom and to taper off to be five feet at
the. top. It is to be 6.150 feet in
length, protecting the entire point of
Santa Rosa island, where the fort is
located. It is to be of sold toacrete
with a riprap extending out about
twenty-five feet on the outer beach
side, which will support the wall and
break the force of the heavy waves as
they dash against the protection. It is
etim ted that 1.000,000 tons of mate-
rial will be necessary in the construc-
tion of this sea wall, which is one of
the most gigantic undertakings to be
authorized by the war department in
the South in many years. The work
is to start three mouths after the con-l
tract is awarded, and will be contin-
ued with such activity that by Febru-
ary 1. 1909. not less than 30 per cent
of it will be completed. The contract
will call for the completion of the
work by November i. 1909. The sea
wall is to be constructed to protect
the fort. which is one of the modern
ones of the South, from storms such
*-s was experienced in September.
1946. when waves stroke over the :s-
':nl and caused rmuch damagee. With
tiuc'h a sea wall it is believed that re
fort will sever te ,ilaxmaged by *in'
stor:m. no matter how severe.
S*lO IK.rrd 100e.
The re-ale-rs <.r thla paperwill Ie ple., ri
t. learn that thrn is at list ,Me dreadfal
disease that sc.ie-ue I:'- ie,,rn ahie to ca-re in
al! it stagtis. and that is i('atrrh. Hall's (a-
tarrh (Cure i the only p.'- iive cure known
to the me-dira fraternity (atarrh tiins a
mn.-titutional dlis-as rE-q:aires a (onstitu-
tionai treatnt-nt. Hsli's Catarrh Cure if.
taken internally. : ;itin directly upon the
hkiodl ald ulnetrons bllrtac- s of the systern.
thereby lt-et,.oying tite foundation of the dis-
ease. and giving the (itient strength in
Imilding up the constitution and assisting
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walk atethr time itweuMd be in my fmet
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lame from it my wife went to the drug store
here and rCoe buck with a bottle of Cbamber-
lain's Pin BaI. I was rubbed wit it sad
foud the pain had wuarly rme during the
nigh kt eI kt minl it fhr liUttle more
than two weeks ad f that it drovethe
rheumtis away. I have nat bad any tru-
ble from that disme In ever three methk."
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Marital Troubles.
Most of the people who write about
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The street minds have gotten their
inspiration direct fro Nature. Nature
I the great teacher at mankind. We
an look to Nature for all our needs. In
the recent Russo-Japanese war the sur-
geons of the Japanese navy and army
discovered that wounds would heal more
rapidly and with better success if left to
Nature. They washed the wounds with
water which had been boiled and thus
sterilized-then bandaged the wounds
with clean linen-no powerful drugs or
antiseptics were used in their irst aid to
the injured. Such methods resulted in
the loss of only 32 out of eM men treated
in a naval hospital for their wounds. It
is only from lack of observing Nature's
laws that most of us suffer at one time
or another from indigestion, Impure
blood and a generally run-down system.
Our remedy lle In Nature's laboratory-
deep in the fragrant woods-where are
many American plants. the roots of
whch when properly treated will sup-
pl a health-giving tonic.
Many years ao a physician who had
an extensive practice among the affiictek.
made a striking departure from the usuaf
methods of his confreres to medicine-he
went straight to Nature for the cure of
those stomach disorders which resulted
so often In an anemic condition or im-
pure blood. kis of appetite. pale or
pimply skin. feeling of lassitde and
weakness. He found that the bark of
the Black Cerry-tree. the root of the
Mandrake, Stone root. Queen's root.
Bloodroot and Golden Seal root. made
.into a s-eentfic. no-alcoholic extract by
the use of glycerine. made the bet alters-
tive and toni. The refreshing Influence
of this extract is at once apparent in the
recovered strength of the patient-the
vital fires of the body burn brighter and
their increased activity consumes the
tisue rubbish which otherwise may
poison the system. This alternative and
tonic extract has been found to stand
lone as a safe, invigorating tonei, as it
das not depend on alcohol for a false
stimulation,nbut is Nature' #arM method
of strengthening and cleansing the sys-
tem. It tones up the stomach and the
bkod in Nature's own way. It is well
known all over the world as Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. The name
was given to this vegetable compound
because one of the important Ingediets
was Golden Seal root. * uch an
authority as Dr. Roberts Bartholow. of
Jefferson Medical Collee. says "very u e-
ful as a stomachic tonic. Cure. catarrh
of the stomach and headaches accom-
panving the same." Dr. Grover Coe, in
hid Ixk Orgenica Medicines. speaking of
CGlden Seal root. says that "as a liver
irtvtlg utor it has Ifewr qcMrw ." Further
lit( sayr. ihn chronic' inflammation of the
bladder we deem it one of the most rel
able agents of cure. As a tonic In the
conral-scing stag#-. of fevers, pneumonia.
dysseterv and other acute diseases Hy.
drastic ( iilden Seal root) is peculiarly
uDr. Coe continues: "We would hee
add that our experience has demon-
strated the Hydrastli or Golden rea root
to be a valuable remedy in bronchitis,
laryf gitis. and other affections of the
respiratory organs."
"tOf service In chronic catarrh of the
stomach ao d bowels lellowing abuse of
alcohol, a tonic after malarial fever.
Has a distinct, anti-malarial influence.
GOur il e:11 catarrhal conditions. as
ae.:-iti catArrh, leucorrhopa, etc. Is a
Inuratlve agent in chronic dyspepsia.
-Holart A. Hare. i. D., LniverasIt
of Penn4ylvania.
Prof. John N. Scudder in Specific Med-
ication says: It stimulates the digep-
tire process, ead increases the asdimila-
tion of food. By these teans the mlold
is e~riched. and this blood freds tb-
muscular system. I mention the mus-
cular system because 1 believe it first
feels the increased pwer imparted by
the stimulation of incre: led inutritioi.
The consequlent Imi ruvement oin the
nervous and glandlar systems are
natural rewults
In relation to its general effects on
the sy.lt-m. there it "or mrdlirine in usM
ahout which there is n irth enrre',l un rn-
inmtit of topriak,. It is uniw?)i lly re-
garde i as the tonic useful in all de-
bilitated states."
After many years of study and labo-
ratory work Dr. R V. Pierce produced
the most happy combination of this
Golden Seal root with ,ther efficaciomn
root--enhaneilng and increasing in cura.
tive power these native plants from 011t
American forests by the addition of chem-
leallv pure glycerine, of proper .trength.
which isf far better than alcohol, both
for extracting and preserving the medi-
cinal principles residing in plants. Glyc-
erine Itself is useful in medicine to sub-
due Inflammation and ,by cle-an-ing the
membrane of the stomach of abnormal
secretions aids In the cure of dypyupsia,
and stomach and intestinal troubles.
The People's Common Sense Medical
AdvhIser. 101 page. Is sent free. on receipt
of stamp. to pay expense of mailing nmly.
Send 21 one-cent stamps for the hook in
paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-
bondvolume. Address Dr. RLV. Pierce.
663 Main Street. Bnuffalo. N. Y.


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"- Whether your vacation this sum- Bargains In Every Department
r WEEK AND INCIDENTSPersonal AND PERSONALS
ri : mer is to be spent on the briny deepor
MONDAY MAY 25 1908.
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at
f, some lively resort, your pleasure -

:< rfufeot .lotes' ,Pertaining to Events will be greatly enhanced and Paragraphs About People that Ginghams in all the latest checks, Something About the People of Titus-
{. your enjoyment doubled by a good overplaids and stripes, endless varie-
Transpiring About Town supply of attractive clothes. Travel Here and ThereDr. ty of patterns, 15 cents is the whole- yule as They Come and Go
P Our Schloss summer suits are just sale price Monday's special 12%cents
,
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i Have tried a punch, 5 cents Miller Dentist Titusville.Mr. .
; you grape the thing for smart vacation wear. per yard. Follow the crowd to the Banner Drug

.i- at the,Banner Drug Store Swell new designs in handsome Allan Rodgers, of Jacksonville, Ladies' ready made voile skirts, Store for cold drinks and ice cream. i

:Mrs. Adhemar Brady entertained a clothes, cut with an original styling spent a part of Friday last in Titusville.Mr. with two rows of taffeta folds,worth- Mrs. Will Cleveland, of Arcadia, is

.1 few friends at bridge Monday evening. that will go far to make you "the John Parker arrived last week $8.00, special $5.98. here on a visit to her cousin, Mrs. ,
only the beach. Black underskirts of the best.
pebble en made
,
:- from Dade county and is at work for J. M. Osban. k
:Mrs L. A. Mackenzie, of Canaveral, Prices $10.00 to $20.00. quality of heatherbloom with wide:.
I:. Is'in town this week on a visit with For the best goods, most reasona- his brother, Mr. W. H. Parker. ruffle, worth $2.00, special $1.29. Mr. A. P. Gruber and family have

S 8; friends. ble prices, call on or send your orders Owing to the illness of Capt. Fischer Special prices on embroideries and moved into one of the Taylor cottageson
to the mail Artesia and insertions. the'river front. i
t Mr. and Mrs. T. Hall, of Indianola, to on Tuesday yes-
'" were in town last Saturday in their WINSTON S. BRANNING terday was carried by J. D. Ennis in Unbleached sea island cotton, Monday's Mr. T. Blake Walker, of Jacksonville,

launch;- and paid THE STAR office a Up-to-Date Clothing* House the new mail boat. French special lawn 13, 40 yards inches for wide$1.00., sheer was here for a day or so this week visiting -

pleasant calL Mr. J. W. Spafford, of Sharpes, has Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard. '
and fine, worth 25 cents, special for
Titusville, Florida. just returned home from New York
Mr. Trez B. Wilson accepted a position Monday only, 15 cents per yard. Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and Masters
& Bro. this bringing his bride with him. Congrat- Yard wide percales, worth 15 centsMonday's George and Douglas are expected to
with E. L. Brady return -- :
Attention! Decoration
p Day ulations Mr. Spafford. 12 .
cents
special ; yard.
: week and entered upon the discharge of pet home from North Georgia this af-
Would like to call your attentionto Dean Robottom will leave next week Ready made sheets, 72x90, special ternoon.
his duties Tuesday.
new
the near approach of decoration for Orlando, where he is scheduled to 50 cents each. f
Pillow 46 inches wide Pep- H. Q. Hawley, a former resident of 9.
casing, ,
T. Titus, of Daytona, was call-
Henry make an address before the graduatingclass '
day and would be glad to have some Titusville[ has .
,
perell mills, 15 cents yard. bought property on Sea
of last week per
ii? ed to Jacksonville announcing Tuesday the serious., action taken by the people of this I of the Cathedral school on Wed- White lawn, good quality, worth Breeze, Daytona Beach, where he will t"

by a telegram town looking to a concerted celebra-I nesday, May 27. 15 cents, special 10 cents per yard. spend the summer. '

illness of his daughter.Mr. tion of a day so dear to the hearts of Mr. David F. Krumm, proprietor of Children's underwaists, made of ..
Contractor Hall
J. L. Mobley has started to drive boththe Blue and the Vining hotel, at Wildwood, N. J., good quality of cambric, sires from will move the Wiley i r
another artesian well at Sunbeam with so many, Gray, and two sons were here last Friday on 2 to 14, 25 cents each. cottage to its new location further ,. ,
which were united in one common Children's drawers made of good south, where it will be used as >
the hope of getting a flow of good fresh their way home from Hallandale,where parson-
south interest in the Spanish-American war. quality of domestic with flounce and age for the Baptist church. *
1 water. The well is being driven they own a truck farm.
The 30th day of May is dedicatedto hemstitching, special 25 cents per
of the Nelson place. Mrs. E. L. Brady, Miss Daisy Brady pair, sizes from 2 to 14. Messrs. N. Rasmunsen, of Grant, and

4'; S Mrs. L. A. Brady, accompaned by the soldiers and sailors whose and little Miss Lucile Brady left yester- R. & G. and Thompson's glove fit- AI Carter, of Georgiana, called at THE

c her two little sons, Lawrence and Park- tents are pitched on the camping day afternoon for Camden, S. C., where ting corsets, the odds and ends o:f STAR office yesterday. Mr. Carter !-

__, hurst, expects to leave this (Friday) afternoon ,grounds of the silent, and whose they will visit with their stepdaughterand last season, some were $1.00, $1.25 I brought up election returns Wednesday, -
-ta S for Washington, Ga., and from ships are anchored in the harbors of sister, Mrs. Frank Wooten. From and $1.50, you can have your choice! and Mr. Rasmunsen proved up on his

t S there she may also extend her trip to the great beyond."It there Mrs. Brady will go to Alabama to for Mail 35 cents orders if you can find filled your size. homestead.
promptly on
Boston. is replete with tender recollections -* visit her mother. of the above goods. any Mrs. Robottom and Master Innis ac-

The colored people of Titusville celebrated and cherished memories of the 'the East Coast Lumber &Supply Co. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. companied the dean to Melbourne Saturday -

LI emancipation day Wednesday past; it invokes thanksgivings for have moved most of their stock of lum: where he held service Sunday i j fl
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r with a picnic out on the camp meeting the blessings of the present and is ber, etc., from this place, but still have Church Notes morning. They returned Monday afternoon *

grounds. The colored baseball teams pregnant with hopes and inspira- Mr. Gladwin to sell crates, etc. The the dean being quite little indisposed .
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
went to Cocoa and were vanquished 10 tions for the future. company has also decided to close their we are sorry to say.
branch at West Palm Beach, transfer- Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun-
to 7.' "The sunrise the flag at half- W. C. Rawlinson, who was convicted
gun
ring the stock to Fort Pierce. day at 7:30 p. m., and in St. Marks
On account of the.w-egetabIe..shipping: staff the marching.columnsof.bow- at the fall term of circuit court in St.
Mr. Geo.: E. Pritchett'arrived home church,' Cocoa, on Sunday,atll a.m. A
the special express Lucie for for the
season being over ed and bended veterans, whose steps county manslaughter,
trains that have been running ever since are timed to the mournful Sunday afternoon from near Vadalia, Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on killing of C. T. McCarty, started the
measureof
f the first of the year have been taken Ga., and expects to leave next Tuesday Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m., first of last week for the convict campsto

off and all express business is now car- the muffled drums, the singing of with his family for Conyers, near At- and at0ak Hill at 3 p. m. serve out a 10-year sentence.A .
ried the regular trains of the national anthems, the memorial lanta, where they will spend the sum-
on passenger
"' the F. E. C. railway.Mr. I address, the decoration of the gravesof mer, expecting to return here about the Tan oxfords, men and boys, at man by the name of Macon G. Ellis ..

our dead and the strewing of thewaters 1st of October. During the interimMr. Branning's. committed suicide in Jacksonvillelast

K.-B. Raulersori, of Fort Pierce, that run to the sea with flow- Pritchett has rented his handsome Saturday by the use of morphine.This .
was in town the latter partof last week is undoubtedly the same Macon G.
home to Mr. F. A.
ers, symbols of a hope that is eternal Morgan. A RunawayOne
after this Ellis
who lived
looking property interests op for many years at Mel-
f. -way, having a grove at LaGrange and and of a faith that is sublime, the The strongest line of work shoesat of Mr. Osban's teams took a bourne. He leaves a wife and two sons

!k near Lake Geneva, We are informed divine invocation and the funeral Branning's. fright while harnessed to a surrey in now living at Clearwater.Dr. .

,x that Mr. Raulerson will probably reside salute are object lessons in the schoolof his livery stable on Palm street Saturday S. W. Carroll of
Daytona, was
a : on the Kentucky grove property, in La- patriotism, teaching unto the'American Patent oxfords, latest cuts at Branning's. afternoon and ran out of the recently called to Cedar Key by the illness -

ib : Grange very shortly. citizen the duties which he stable up Palm street past Julia, I and death of his sister, Mrs. W. R.

The Daytona Halifax Journal, refer- owes to himself, his country and his Baseball Game where the team divided company by I I White. She was the wife of W. R.

ring to the address delivered before the God." passing electric light post betweenthe White, of Charleston, S.C., who, at the
The Cocoa baseball
+ graduating class of the Daytona high The lobby of the postoffice will be team playedthe horses-result,of course, a badly time of the close of the Civil war, was

.. school, .says: "The class address as de- at the service of any committee that local nine here yesterday and the I demolished surrey and ruined har- chief clerk of the bond department of

? livered by Dean Robottom was one may be organized for the receptionof visitors won by a score of 10 to 6. In 1 ness. The surrey new cost $165 and the Confederacy. Mr. and Mrs. White

ri worthy of mention and no doubt will flowers on that day.F. justice to the home nine it must be ; will hardly justify rebuilding. Theditor's were making preparations for the cele-

.:;_ linger long after this evening with both M. TAYLOR, said that they had decidedly the best I new Ford automobile was bration of their golden wedding on Jan.
h the old and the new members of the of the game up to the eighth inning. 8th, 1909.
Postmaster. out that afternoon, but it had noth:
"
.k. : alumni. The score then was 5 to 3 in favor of
.. ing to do with this runawaytheauto Globe-Wernicke Elastic book cases
.
Mr. Ed. Knox left for Miami Tuesday Titusville, when our catcher, Carl
i .. Hawes $3.00 straw hats at Bran- being in another part of townat Talking machines, records and needles
I afternoon after visiting his father ning's. Battle, was struck with a foul tip House, boat and copper paints
the time this occurred. FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES
,
and mother at New Smyrna Monday. and rendered unconscious for awhile ''
r.. the of the E. Vici and gun mt-tal oxfords, best, Rugscarpet and linoleum. Matting
He is now in employ L.
:and had to be relieved. In the eighth Notice Edison and Columbia batteries

$ Brady Co. vice Mr. H. J. Egger, who at Branning's.Have Cocoa piled up 7 runs and thus got I Baseballs, mits, masks, gloves
't has gone into other business, on account School board warrant No. 7,795 i issued CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone H
.A: of which change Mr. Knox was You Been Waiting for This? ahead. With Battle behind the bat to Miss Margaret Carter, March I

_; called to Miami about two weeks earlier I want to go to,Colorado for a couple they did not score again, and Titus- 2,1908, for 3.00 is lost. Bankers For dress or work shoes go to

than he expected. of months.To ville made a run in the ninth.A and others are advised not to pay I Branning's.New.

.. Mrs. M. A. Scrimgeour expects to get expense money I will do dance was given at the opera said warrant. JOHN R. WALKER, I Ford "Red Devil"
house in honor of the Cocoa and
boys
.. leave the early part of next month for your dental work for a ridiculouslylow Supt. I The Ford auto car, model S. Roadster -
1 their friends. We pleased to
were
;':, Redlands, S. Cal., where she will visit price. Some of the more ex- I arrived last Friday and is -
r-. see the :young ladies and their chap- Miss V. S. Thomas has opened a pronounced
a lady friend of hers who has been anxious pensive work, such as gold crowns i by all to be a beautiful car. .

j' for her to come there for two and enamel filling, you can get for erons also present from Cocoa. i cafe near the colored school building : It is 4-cylinder with all up-to-date

f. years. Mrs. Scrimgeour resigns her position one-half the usual price. Ion Dummit St., and will serve meals
: in the Card of ThanksWe I all hours of the and from 7 improvements, rumble seat, and is
r S postoffice as principal assistant You must come within the next at day
enamelled red. From the
and may not return to Florida take this means of thankingour to 10 p. m., including also ice cream way some
weeks and must the
two you bring of the teams takf to the tall timber
friend-for their
right away. Miss Maggie Collins will many many acts and cold drinks. ,
%1-- be the new assistant to Postmaster Tay cash. Make your appointments so of kindness and sympathy during our when the editor is out driving it we

: lor. there will be no disappointment.DR. aunt's illness and death. May God's NoticeAt judge they have already named it

MILLER. Dentist. richest blessings be upon each one. I the "Red De\il."
White and brown canvas oxfords, F. P. and L. McCALL. a special meeting of the Indian Prospective customers -

:- rubber and leather soles, at Bran- Orange and Grapefruit Trees River Haulover Outing club, a cor- are invited to examine same.

t;' ning's. i A surprise party, managed by Mr.S. I poration duly organized and existing -- -- --

.t Grown at'Shiloh, Fla., on high M. Moye and wife, was enjoyed at under the laws of the state of Wis- Standard Sewing MachineThe II
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's hickory hammock. Free from white i! consin, the name of said corporationwas
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. T. best and lightest running on the
fly. One to two old buds.I iI
! Clothing year year changed to Indian River com- market does both chain and lock stitch
I Warren, May 12th at Mims. The party ,
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully J
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; Special prices in boys' and youths' packed and delivered at Oak Hill I was given in honor of Mrs. Warren. pany. Dated May 4th, 1908. on the same machine. Can be furnished
f suits. Extra big reduction in men's JOHN S. MAIN, Sec. with either rotary or vibrating shuttle.
station. J. W. GRIFFIS
---- Spot cash prices or easy installmentterms
\., clothing, price makesno, difference, Shiloh, Fla. Bargains in Trees or rented.
:':' they must go. I Photograph GalleryGo INDIAN RIVER Music HOUSE,
Fine lot2-yearold grapefruit buds
::' Trunks and dress suit cases at special For Sale Cheap For Cash to Faust the photographer, on Titusville, Fla.
and
Marsh seedless Standard, 30
l prices. Julia street, for artistic photos. All
ir:. Juuus KLINE, About 88 acres of good high land on cents each, $25.00 per 100. work first class and promptly attendedto.
| For Sale Cheap For Cash
/ Titusville Fla. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat J. B. BEACH. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
.... the Narrows, described as follows: I West Palm Beach, Fla. oil paintings a specialty. Six acres and a half of improved
) Lot No. 3, section 85 also lot No. 3, sec- land on Merrills Island, known as
f X. DrayingDraying tion 36, in township 31 south, range 39 i Soda Fountain for Sale Wood For Sale the Sidney Carpenter place.Title per-
i: or hauling of all kinds prompt east. This land is unimproved but finely .
ly attended to. Meet all trains. located. For further particulars address With charging apparatus, glasses and Pine or oak, any length. Also plow. feet. Address
H. E. HOLTON E. M. Low, 32 feet coil, also peanut roaster. Ad- ing and harrowing. See or address J. MRS. R. J. FINE,

1"-:,.. -. S Titusville, Fla. Brockton, Mass. dress G., STAR office. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. Punta Gorda, Ha.
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,'r ,, STRIKERS UNDER ARREST. Brutal Murder A Compromiic.
l. private soldier was taken to the

A brutal murder was committed at guardroom for being Intoxicated He

., Pensacola Street Car Trouble Seems Arch Creek, a small village a few became 'excited: "Sergeant. am I t

I Far From Solution. miles north of Miami last Friday drunk he asked of the "noncom" .In PAt1SARDThere]
Packard
charge. is no foot irritation with
A Pensacola dispatch dated Wednes night, Joseph Holt a young farmer beIng
cis r shot and almost Instantly killed **Tes-take off your boots," was the = '' = r They are made by expert to conformto

.. '. day says: by Thomas Bethea his brotherinlaw.As reply. > the human foot. Scientifically constructed ,
y "But .
.; Charged with burning the trestle of told by the Miami Metropolis the excuse continued.me sergeant"I am only the half delinquent and with thorough workmanship ..

If'.... the Pensacola Electro Company, on killing occurred on the public road a drunk." in every part. They win out with
President G. C. McCain
1' Sunday last short distance from the station at.. "Very well then-take one boot off r comfortable

9 : .. Henry Tillifig-anV and John Malone. i said his erior.-London every man desiring -
Arch Creek,and Is said to have result- Scraps. f
r ": ,. a of the Amalgamated Association of shoes at right prices.
:. '1 ed[ from family differences. Bethea is p
So
Street Railway Employees were ar reported to have gone to Holt's house Belief from Rheumatic Pains -lltaia t.

:. rest yesterday. At the same time I Friday morning and after remaining "I suffered with rheumatism for over two THESHOE

? there was notice served on the above I there two years,"says Mr. Roland Curry, a patrolmanof
time the
some men came
Key West, Fla. "Sometimes it settled in
v z' in the
next Friday morning
.f to appear out and walked down the railroad ny knees and lamed me so I could hardly
United States court to show cause walk at other times it would be in my fee t
track. Here the trouble between them
and hands so I wan incapacitated for duty.
for
should not be punished
0" why they was renewed, terminating in a fistfight One night when I was in severe pain and

: contempt. The charge in the county in which Bethea was worsted. lame from it my wife went to the drugstore FOR
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here and came back with a bottle of Chamber
_. -: ; : court against the men is arson. Nothing more occurred until just after lain's Pain Balm. I was rubbed with it and

The lawless element among the the north bound train had passed found the pain had nearly gone during the

strike sympathizers seems to be difficult night. I kept on using it for a little more
Arch Creek, when residents heard re- than two weeks and found that it drove the Sold at $3.50 $4.00 and $5.00 in All ItJlca
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to suppress. ports and saw revolver flashes down rheumatism away. I have not had any trou-
: Following the attempt to burn the ble from that disease in over three months."
the road. A few minutes later a resident For sale by Titosville Pharmacy and all dealers -
trestle of the Pensacola
big bayou passed Bethea and spoke to him .
Electric the stoning of cars ---- -
Company,
KLINE
JULIUS
but not knowing a crime had been
t. during Monday and the placing of innumerable Marital Troubles. .
committed permitted him to pass, he Most of the people who write about
train torpedoes on the
Y mounting a bicycle and riding west troubles of married life are single. If .

a''; tracks an effort was made at a late across the railroad. Later on Holt's they were married they would be so

hour Monday night to assassinate a ,
\ busy with their troubles they -
body was found lying in the road. He wonjdnot
motorman on a belt line car, near a hare time to write.-Moorhead Independent -
was dead. Word was at once sent to
of Tenth avenue and Intenden- =
corner Miami and the authorities notified.c\
'' cia street. Two large stones had

been placed on the track at that point, search was instituted but Bethea had 1[ GIVE NATURE A CHANCE.The FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL

disappeared and cannot be found.
"- and the motorman was compelled to

bring his car to a stop and leave it. Good Words forChamberlain'aCough strongest minds have gotten their TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL II, IV Inspiration direct frori Nature. Nature ,
;t to remove the stones. When engaged Remedy is the great teacher of mankind. We No 99 No. 19 No.78 N .9b :

in the act a party secreted behinda People everywhere take pleasure in testifying can look to Nature for all our needs.\ In Dally Dally I fAIN LING I Da.lly I VAil.

fence fired at him. The bullet went to the good qualities of Chamberlain's the recent Russo-Japanese war the surgeons $10pm 920.m Lv--.cklonvllle.Ar 7 :a6pm a a., a,
4. Cough Kemedy. Mrs Edward Philips of of the Japanese navy and army 625 pm 10a-I.m Ar..st Auzasttn..Lr dlepm : 'van.
: ." wild and the party fled. Bar chy, Md, writes: "I wish to tell you that discovered that wounds would heal more 732 pm 1143 .m Lv_East l'alatk'---.Ly. :S01pm I 4't. at.912pm ..
sa I can recommend Chamberlain's Cough Bern rapidly and with better success if left to 123pm LY'Ormond-.L. 121 pm 4 '4a". ,
where the to kill
I z 'c The point attempt edy. My little girl Catherine who is two Nature. They washed the wounds with 925pm ISllpm Lv_Daytona__...._Lr ..IIj pia "I BI.I
.' the motorman occurred near what years old. has been taking this remedy whenever water which had been boiled and thus IOIOpm 2tJpm Lv_ e"'Sm'rn.u..Lv' r31pta t 'IS.
>t 1119 pm 3 29 pm Lv_Titusville ._ _._.L. I J I pas t
I is known as Wright's mill and in she had a cold since she was two monthsold. t'rillzro-then bandaged the wounds 1200 Dt 412 pm Lv Coeo...__._...Lv Ix Jtl pin 1 ."it2IV
.' About a month apo! I contracted a d read- with clean linen-no powerful drops or 12M am Upm LyRcklede-.L: 12211"1: MkHIM
a section of the city where detectionwould fnl cold myself, but I took Chamberlain's I antiseptics were used in their"first aid to 1239 am 4 50 pm Lv_Eu Gainl..Lv 1154 .m l'<

be almost impossible. The motorman Cough Remedy and was soon as well as ever.' Vie injured. Such methods resulted in 1249.m OOpm __ _......_ 1144 ace I air &
This remedy is for sale by Titusville Pharmacy the loss of only 32 out of 682 men treatedin 250am 700pm Ly......._FI.I'ieree.-Ly 9101'' ana It lap.
t after removing the stones 500 am 904 pm ArWest. Palm Beaek..Ly 7M am /p
; o and all dealers. a naval hospital for their wounds. It
636 .m 1046 pm L.._Ft. terd.le.m..Lv S55 am 71 |HJClIB 1
f .1. is only from lack of observing Nature'slaws '
: boarded his car and came to the city, 735am 1145pm Ar MIamL.Lv 500am
that most of us suffer at one timeor ti000am .7sam Lv_ .Uaml __.........Ar eiIOpm .a4taps
,:: : ," where he reported the matter to the Sea Wall at Pensacola. another from indigestion impure tilts, am1050.m _..tior estead__.. .....Lv2 ttllc I 1 Obps>>
H blood and a generally run-down system. t311OI'm _.-. ArKntbt'.Ke'lWk.L.. ...... ...... .... J ..
:: police but so far no clue has been
t Nearly $1,000,000 is to be expendedby Our remedy lies in Nature's laboratory- *DaIly except Sunday. Sundays and Thursdays only. ITue.lay.aad "'.......,. f'fd 5.
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deep in the fragrant woods where are -
11 ? the government in building a gigantic -- -
1 ; Sheriff Van Pelt has deputized thir many American plants the roots of PALATKA_BRANCH _.__
1 sea wall around Fort Pickenson which when properly treated will supply -
the which Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO '?"
teen of imported gives
men, a health-giving tonic. 'AI ;
Santa Rosa island opposite Pensa
+ f" .them the right to carry weapons con- I I Many years ago a physician who had P,aika TO PALATKA Palatka I Palatka EAST PALATKA ;P....ka
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; cola. Bids for this work are to be the atnit'tro.made
i cealed. This done request an extensive practice among 5".0 0 am -..No. 46 Pany.?._ 50 am 555 am ._ ...._..l.o r Daily ........ I ,la u.
was upon open on May 20, and as the work is a striking departure from the usual Gi: am o. 48 Dally_ 641) am Sao al11 ......_..No. f'J Daily .......... ill. a
:. of the Pensacola Electric Company, methods of his confreres in medicine he 1I 25: am _\o. W Dally_ 945 am 1I15.m __.So. $1 fatty ...__ .. ar
J of such great proportions and the expenditure went straight to Nature for the cure of ItO.m _No. 52: Deny_ 1210 pm 250 pm _No. U 1..11'_......_ ....
I :. and the men will be used in guarding of it is those! stomach disorders which resultedso 4 tai pm __ _No. 51 DIIII,__._ 425 pm 400 Im ._...._..No. EQ Dauy_ .._._.I\11. pry
money so large anticipated anaemic condition Im- 5(L'ipm .No. 56 Dally_......_ 525 pm 7(10 pm _...?._.. o.1 -lIy.. ..._._ 1 a
: the street car barns the power house that there will be bidders pure often blood.in an Kss of aplJt'ttupale or or I J,1-pm ._...__?\o. Sa Aat1y_......... 7"\-p'm 800'1D _._.:';0. lIP Danr...... ...: ".1' iSANMATEOBRANCH

!-' : and the cars.INDICTED. from various sections of the country. pimply skin: feeling of lassitude andweakness. _
: He found that the bark of -- I A-mYf
,4K + The wall is to be eleven feet in height the Black Cherry-tree the root of the Lave East EAST PALATKA Arrive San Leav.San SAN MATEO TO-- GN !'

.rA FOR STEALING. fourteen feet in thickness at the bot Mandrake, Stone root. Queen's root 1'alatk. TO SAN MATEO Mateo .Mateo EAST PALATKA palakten

j tom and to taper off to be five feet at Bloodroot and Golden Seal root made am ........._No. 49 Dally.-- -610 am 900 em- ......... ..No. 60 Dally .... ..... : !10 an {
into a scientific non-alcoholic extract by x tai DliI ___. ........ ..
!!l--_:: C5.1 U: I.m S40Jlm _....._ .1'010. U D.U7. 4 M
I f Wreckers at Miami Find Themselves the top. It is to be 6,150 feet in the use of glycerine.made the best altera- '
tive and tonic. The refreshing influenceof -1 .,.21 "'' ...17 MAYPORT N. II Ndl .... 5

5 In Trouble. length, protecting the entire point 'of this extract is at once apparent in the Ditty I' Dally BRANCH Dally batty : Dan

1 Santa Rosa island, where the fort is recovers strength of the patient-the '
The Miami Metropolis of Saturday vital fires of the body burn brighter and -600l'm pm 94.5am: J.v..Jaek'DnYUle-Ar 700 am .: pa 4a; i640pm
located. It is to be of solid Concrete i
: their increased activity consumes! the 240pm'1024am Lv..Pablobeacb..Ly 620 am IU .m tarp
r says r"Im 245 I0211am .v.AUantlcDeaeh.Lv 'U % ... ,
out about tissue rubbish which otherwise ins I'm am $15r
with
extending
'' As had been expected and predicted a riprap poison!' the system. This alterative ana -_ -.SroLm3rrr- : >mln4iamrAr._ M.YToort..J.v loo.m SIt -

the grand jury in the United States twenty-five feet on the outer beach tonic extract has been found to standalone Nn. 3Na i No.Z No. 4 No.9 No. 10
side which will support the wall and as a !safe invigorating tonic, as it 11..ly Daily Or.rgeCltyBranch Dally Daily Daily S..eP4 Ir.IIC" intl.es .
$ t court probed the charges of .stealing does not depend on alcohol for a false :_:an U Sun.:. ex. Fun.:. !x. Run, ez.'run, PI !..I
break the force of the heavy waves as
from the cargo of the steamer LaSalle f stimulation nut is AYitnre' tnrn inethvd 240pm 910am (.v.Kew Smyrna Ar. 115pm 60oym '00 aID L.TltusvnleAr 1230 "..
they dash against the protection. It is of strengthening and cleansing the system. 3\llt: hl'JalD L..Late Helen Lv.1231 pm 4S1pm 100am AI.8ufor4 LY. 9N am'i6
which grounded on a "lump" off the It tones up the stomach and the f I'm JOro.m Lv.Or.nge CityLr.125A I'm 410 pm .... ..1...._....... .--. ...-.
new ship canal, several months ago estimated that 1,000,000 tons of material Wood in Nature's own way. It is well 34npm-- Ujrt.m.Ar. Orll" eCit Jr 5215 m 400 10 ".__ ...._._._..._. .... ..... _

will be necessary in the construction known, all I over_the world as D.!. Pierce's C'iun_' .m..t. at KnlghU Kay DIt4'Q far K.y Wed sad Aavara.Wlheae _
and which was afterwards beached Golden Medical Ulf ronry. The name
... ;:y of this sea wall, which is one of given to this vegetable compound TIME TABLES ihow the tlmeiat whlcb train may b...ped"t. .,-
;r P' near Bears Cut to prevent her sinking was ri.and depart from the .
t. several ttattona; but their arrival or departure at tk times
the most gigantic undertakings to be because one of tho important ingredientswas 1ttrd h guaranteed, nor does the Company hId lt*.lf r.ap..alM tea say delay
a large portion of the cargo being Golden Seal Such .
root. an y wad conaryacnre arhlnrr th.refr ... _
a ;, authorized by the war department in authority as Dr. Roberts Bartholow, of
removed and here and
brought Jefferson Medical College For Cop of the I>cl Tim Card or Other 1 at.rm.tl.a
the South in many years. The workis says"very use.fill
this morning returned true bills as a stomachic tonic. Cures catarrhof pB Genes TTI to start three months after the con- the stomach and headaches accompanving J D RAM.NER, AtsUuat Pai. Alt., FLORIDA
... against J. G. Grasland, I. E. Brooks, .
tract is awarded and will be continued the same." Dr. Grover Coe, in
Zill Taylor and Henry Hopkins, the his licxtk Organic Medicines speaking of
1..: specific charge being a violation oft with such activity that by February Golden Soal root. says that "as a liverinviffi&ttor ------ -- ---- -

1, 1909 not less than 30 per cent it haseir t'fJ'lUllJl." Furtherhe .
: __ section 5358 revised statutes. : "in chronic'inflammation of the
says
The grand jury has been at work on of it will be completed The contract bladder we deem it one of the most reliable -
: will call for the completion of the agents of cure. As a tonic in the
a these cases the better part of the week convalescing st g'-s of fevers pneumonia Mothers !
work by November 1, 1903. The seawall
and it is said that other indictment dysentery and utter acute dl!
is to be constructed to protectthe dratis (Golden !eal root) is peculiarlyapIrropriate"
i '' of a similar nature will likely b{>

1 ,? ,i It found. fort which is one of the modern Dr. Coe continue: "We would here Look ouT) for your Cliilclren\

i ones of the South from storms such add that our experience has demonstrated -
c fi ... .,. It will be remembered that when as was experienced in September. the HrdrastK or Golden Seal root Health while they are young.
r. underwriter agents came here to loo to DP a valuable remedy in bronchitis,
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: 1?jj6. when waves Iroke over the isand laryngitis and other affections of the .
: ;, after the cargo salved from the l& respiratory "
: organ
sad caused much lamge. With
, z' Salle they openly charged there haut Of service in chronic catarrh of the
t r such a sea wall it is believed that thp stomach aiid bowels following abuse! of taTRAoL
;I been wholesale stealing from the car alcohol a tonic after malarial fever
fort will sever te damaged by -tnv
: ; <<: go alleging that several hundred Ha a distinct anti-malarial influence.
"' ".. storm, no matter how sever. Good in all catarrhal) conditions, as
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sacks of coffee cases of boots an!
s uterine caurrh, leucorrhra, etc. Is a
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shoes and various other articles wer curative rent in chronic dyspepsia.' "" """-.
Sloe n..tI"ard *1041. Hobart ". Hare Ji. D., University
t 4 t missing. At the last session of the is mediclno for children. It keeps their liver
'fhenalers"f this paper will I* j>!s,**'lt" of Pt>ylvania. a great activein
U. S. court here it was rumored that learn that thrrrisat i least one dreadful Prof.John M. Scudder in Specific Medication a mild gentle manner, you will Eee a healthy color appearon

1 the matter would come before the. di"as.that science liawu: aWe to cure in says: It stimulates the digestive their cheeks, and illness for them will be a thing of the put.
al! its !stage and that is Cattrrh. Hall's Ca. processes, and increases the mcimila-
grand Jury, but nothing of a positive i tarrh Cure is the only p"itivp cure known lion of food. By these means the bloml A Positive Cure
is eltrid d. and this blood feeds the
nature developed until the true bills to the medical fraternity Catarrh icing a
i ," constitutional dit>;IS". regains a constitutional muscular system. I mention the muscular W
_ = r were returned today. treatim-nL Hli's Catarrh Cure i# system because I believe it first CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND

The nature of the evidence against taken internally =octin:: directly\ upon the feels the increased power imparted by FOR FEVER MALARIA. DYSPEPSIA
of increased nutrition.
the stimulation
Mood and maims surfaces of the system
p the accused is not known and will thereby destroying; the foundation of the dis The consequent improvement on the BILIOUSNESS, AND ALL
;,If and glandular system are LIVER COMPLALVTS.
4- easeand the in nervous
not become public until the cases go giving; patient strength
k : building up the ron>titnrion and assisting! natural results. Y
/ a ". to trial. All of the defendants with nature in doing its work. The proprietor In relation to its general effects on ; Mrs. J. Hopkins Manchester
liAve much faith in its curative the system, thrrc It no wfrficine in use : -
j f, one exception reside in Miami. KO power.that Kan. writes "I
they offer One Hundred Dollars for about vhifh therein sni-h Yf'rI'nrltl1lfl1l- :
any 9fljf ., nf It K nirmnllii have used Heroine
rpsrarrtKl
opinion 11 > for
case that it fails to cnre. fnd for lift of tes : :
timonials.Addnss/. ; ; as the tonic useful in all debilitated years, knowof no better for
A Smile .
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I F. J. CHKXEY&CO.. Toledo, O. states. ehillsandfever, headachy
,. u & pretty hard thing to urcninplish when Sold hy Drn-isist :s.'. After many years of study and labo- biliousnessetc. My children -
r t' you're blue, biliocs and out of sorts.; : Tin-re Hall's Family Tills are the beet. ratory work Dr. R. V. Pierce producedthe ll' are never sick. I will
combination of this
< is a sure cure for all kinds! of stomach: ami -- most happy i Use it alwa 'a"
Golden Seal root "Ith other efficacious )
liver compliint,. constipation and dysp"'j is.
I Balhrd's Ilcrbinc i is mild. y*'t all<.lut+-ly effective of roots-enhancing and increasing in cura. d u1r PRICE 50c.BallarJSnowuoimeolCo.
The consists In from .
in all eases Price 50 rents per Ixntle. happiness: tive power these native plants 0111
'r **old hy Titnsvil'e P.hannrwy and Banner something to do. something to lore and American forests by the eddition of chemically
': glycerine, of strength
II ;.... Drug Store. _ something to hope for.-Dr. Chalmers which pure is far better than proper alcohol both .
.'4. for extracting and preserving the medicinal -
Good for EverybodyMr. I principles residing in plants. Glyc- 5 ; 500-302 North Second St.,
I erine itself is useful in medicine to sub
CASTOR I Norman R. Coulter a prominet architect due Inflammation and by cleaning the ST. LOUIS, MO.,
: in the Delbert Buildinsr, San Francis, membrane of the stomach of abnormal :

: For Infants and Children. says: "I fully endorse all that has been said secretions aids in the cure of dyspepsia
of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It is and stomach and intestinal troubles.

good! for everybody. It Ctrrectstomach.. The Common Sense Medical
: Tt8 Kind You Have Always BoughtBears People's
liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and Advl .Vr# pages.is: sent frf'(>.on receipt
efficient manner and builds up the system" of stampa.topayexpenseof mailing only. Sold and Recommended
theSignature ft4 Electric Bitten is the best spring n edicineever Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in by

i sold over a druggists; ; counter; as a blood paper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound -
: I purifier it is nneqaaled. 50 cents at Banner volume. Address Dr. It.V. Pierce T1t"\.1B'V1.11o Phn1-UROY and

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W. -M. 'Holloway. State I .Ill > X .
VV1IrS" .; superintendent HUMAN SIDE OF JIM HARGIS.How Making Good i
of public instruction has made FOR :
( I : ,. i KT THEBOWELS There Is no way of making lasting
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the semi-annual of the frIends like
) i apportionment It Was Revealed When a Photographer Making Good and Doctor
'}' .y 1LFAIR FLORIDA one-mill school tax. The amount for tierce's medicines well exemplify this '
:O- i Snapped the Feudist.Judge and their friends, after more than two
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',,, "". o-- apportionment was $54,551.45 and the Jim Hargis the Kentucky decades of popularity are numbered by :
; :frr If karvn't. of tfc. the hundreds ,.
yon regular.Healthy raoT meat of thousands. They have
rate per pupil, 60 cents The average )ow.la.veryday.you're iiiorwillbe. Keep you feudist and "king of Breathitt county." made and ,
good have
:{ Jl EYS' __ D914 olards the De4 they not made
Y : attendance jow l* open and M well. Force la the shape of
reported from all the who rnnkaras.[ \
:; M tolentpkyst.orpill poison it dangerous. The was recently killed by his: son.
: s i (l f'1he schools for 90,589. smoothest,esslest.most perfect way of keeping A good, honest, square-deal medicine! of 'd
: Peninsula was first of all vain lie knew
m. the bowels clear and clean Is to take a man. known composition is Dr. Picr c'* Golden

#'""' Zldacambla county'8' The following smacks of the Saunders CANDY"CATHARTIC the extent of his power in the region, Medical Discovery. It still enjoys an immense -
: : : new registration
sale
... fleet arrived in Pensacola Tuesday where law did not count until Floyd while most of the preparations -
: BptContains that have .
@,. ,..... 6,287 names of voters.. come into prominence In
kt: r < with cargoes: Angelina, 15,000 Byrdbecame prosecuting attorney, the earlier period of Its popularity have
4Patka'a'city council has ordered and it satisfied him. But his vanity 'gone the board and are never more fi
pounds Francis H oil
; 12,000 pounds;
heard
There
if the must be some reason for
of 23
VJng city blocks with vit- had its limits. Hargis detested photographs his long-time
zi1edi' and the Carrie B. Welles 10,000 popularity and that is to
brick ; be found in its superior merits. When
... and photographers, E. S-
says
I pounds making total of
a 46,000
Y once given a fair trial for weak stomach
,
ti Tlie first session of the United pounds of snappers to be brought to t Linner in Harper's Weekly. His enemies or for liver and blood affections Its supe-

. States:court for the northern district say that the reason was not alack nor curative qualities are soon manifest;
port during the day.-Pensacola JournaL
hence
it has survived and in
& of. Florida has of vanity but that the Breathitt grown popular
been in ,
:- progress this EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY favor, while scores of less meritorious
fj, .:: week in Gainesville. Plekaant. Palatable, Potent, lute Good. Do king did not want his features too articles have suddenly flashed into favor
Although there are in the neighbor Good, Never Siilf n.Weaken or Gripe; 10,25 and well known to the of other for a brief period and then been as soon
; 'The new Stachelberg cigar factory 10 cents per box. Write for tree sample and book people sec 'oraotten. .
_. :,. hood of one thousand !men still em- let OD health. Address i33
tions of Kentucky.: For years he had For a torpid liver with its attendant
'building in Tampa will be the largest ployed along the route of the F. E. C. Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York. Indigestion. dyspepsia, headache, -
decreed at intervals: that no one should perhaps
independent factory in the world. The dizziness. foul breath, coated a
:
nasty
Railway extension their health KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
re-
).i4 'building will cost 577.000. ever take a photograph of him. Dur- tongue with bitter taste loss of appetite
remains phenomenally good. This ing the feuds several daring photographers with distress after eating, nervousnessand

f. Mrs. Rebecca Price has, been awarded is shown by the fact that there are Walking Into' the police station this who went to Jackson for the Pierce's debility.Golden nothing Medical is so Discovery.good as It's Dr. i

(t. $500 damages against the city of now but four patients in the compa- morning at 1 o'clock Gordon Waldropfor purpose of snapping the king were an honest,"sqoare-deal medicine with all

,% :> Jacksonville for injury received ny's hospital for treatment, and that the officers have glad to escape with their lives. They its ingredients printed on bottlewrapperno '
whom
county did not return until the eve of the first secret, no hocus-pocus humbug,
\'if it through a broken sidewalk in not than six have been
that more or eight ten therefore don't accept a substitute that
been searching for days surren- trial of Jim Hargis for the Callahan
. confined there at time in the the dealer may possibly make a little big- r
city.P. any one dered himself to the police, with the murder. The judge knew of their ger profit. Insist on your right to have eg

: A. Grace a young white man was past several months. It also establishes statement that he would have come presence and vowed that his rule what you call for. '

E-- sentenced by the criminal court of the fact that the Florida Keys are sooner but for the fact that he wished would not be broken. Of course all floe Don't expecting buy Dr.it Pierce's to prove Favorite a ".cureallh Prescrip

Duval county to thirteen years in the not unhealthy, but on the other hand the feeling against him to die out before the leading papers of Kentucky had is[ only advised for woman's special ail
photographers at Jackson, especially ments. It makes weak women strong and
more healthy than other
.. penitentiary. He was convicted otbreaking many sec- surrendering. Waldrop is the sick
.ft; women well. Less advertised than
of Jim
to get a picture Hargis. The
. :t and entering. tions of the country-Miami Metropo man who shot and killed frank Willis some preparations sold for like purposes,
i Louisville Courier-Journal had sent
a its sterling curative virtues still
lis. maintain
if} The Cortez Cigar Company's factory I April 26, about six miles from the city. :' young man named Robert Ilooe. its position in the front ranks where It

'fl.:' at Key West was destroyed by At the last meeting of the board cf The two had a duel Willis having a When the day came for the openingof stood over two decades ago. As an Invigorating

V-. fire Wednesday.. Burglars were county commissioners it was resolvedto shotgun as a weapon and Waldrop a the trial, the photographers were ine it is unequaled.tonic and It strengthening won't satisfy nerv those I

discovered in the building and one I make the new OrlandoSanfordroad Winchester rifle. Inasmuch as the lined up along the main street from who want booze," for there is not a drop :
the store to the courthouse. of alcohol in it. _
;" of. them threw a lighted lamp at the from city limits to the sign range was over 100 yards Waldrop of'Hargis Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets the ri The accused waited In the rear of his
'. night, watchman setting the building board or Winter Park crossing sixteen escaped with a few punctures of the Little Liver Pills although the first
' ...; store until the hour arrived for courtto pill of their kind In the market, !'tilllead. _
:r 11 on fire.if' feet wide. This width exceeds skin. Two shots were fired by Wal open, then covered his features witha and when once tried are ever afterwards

that of any road yet built in this drop but one would have been sum quilt and made his way in that manner in favor. Easy to take as candy-one to .
Mayor SebrIng nas Issued an order I three a dose., Much imitated but never ;
county and as the road will be of dent to kill Willis. Waldrop is an to the trial. equaled. 1.
that all dogs running at large the
on 5
U I marl it will afford the traveling public expert shot with a rifle, and he shot Several of the newspaper men 5

.i: .'' streets of Jacksonville must wear acv one of the best roads in the State.It to kill as he had been fired upon first. thought that Hargis had won out and .

: muzzle. This action Is taken at the gave up. the attempt for the time being .
is to be hoped the commissionerswill Pensacola cor T. U. The Most I'ahiaHe Set of Yacht and Boat-
iP\ instance of the State Board of Health Hooe, however went around to Building Bocks ever Pl4 lillwl.
extend this wide road all the
r- to prevent the'spread of rabies the rear of the courthouse and concealed
way to Sanford as soon as possible as Tobacco IndustryIt RUDDER
which is said to exist in the city. himself near the entrance. lib: -
the travel from this city to SanfordIs is worth anyone's time to pay a Idea was that, while Hargis was boundto HOW-TO BOOKSOver

The West Tampa bonding election very heavy especially during the visit to any of the several tobacco be covered with his quilt if be left boats have been built from the lines

held yesterday resulted in the bond winter months.-orlando Reporter- farms about town. This editor took by the front entrance, he might discardit printed hi these books-Successfully sailed H

: o .issue for public1 improvements being Star. occasion Sunday afternoon to visit In leaving by the rear. This provedto every drawing clime of all and pit upon, showing every lea what-Fill.detail It b and

; be the case. When recess came bow to nuke n-Text ext'tmeljr s nple.
;; carried by an overwhelming vote. The executors of the Stetson estate several of them and was delighted
: Hargis accompanied by some of his HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
The bonds therefore will issue for of each. The
with the
and the heirs are going to have at appearance men. left by the rear way. The K foot sow ntbttit L.r' .""J to J").J.I..-.all IB to
-. $100,000 for paving streets; $40,000 DeLand in connection with The College plants are growing and thriving beautifully Courier-Journal man thereupon came Weep; foot noaf loot for a boy t.1_.UK bimn.m 1m.

.f:' extension water works ,system; $%0.. Arms one of the largest and best and the fields present a delightful out from his concealment and snappedthe HOW A fine TO boat BUILD for aft-too-A SKIPJACK.>o Milinr .' iiUM-lb about bdroJ.nt

000 for sewers.and $20,000 for a forty. golf links found in the South. While view of greenness and careful at judge before he could hide behindone rig i.full BMIU Ha1.-.a.e..!pits ri, .ot..dolwbrbeat.lo..ps completed bomta. W '

: acre public park.-Tampa Times. I on a business visit here in the early tention. At the farm of the Sumatra of his friends. HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP l

!'f"; Of the 22 miles of DeLand-Daytona I spring Mr. Cummings, one of the Tobacco Co_ on the western edge- of Hargis, in a rage, shook his fist and a-fowr Moat hi"MT AiwtH-a. "**>fnl A nr'tct.a'il_AaslralU hm i.

I road to hard I I executors bought land contiguous to town the' last of the five great barnsis swore at the photographer. Several of via w.tt.HOW
be. surfaced 13 of it has his friends, knowing the rule of the TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH ,
if the from John R. Wetherellthat rapidly nearing completion and by Simp!* .IH| fnftinl -"-'+.t.ndalaact
been ground
practically completed. Contractor judge, seized the Courier-Journal man lauD forma area..../_. several tan plazaHOW )
Cannons is now sending out shell an 18 hole links may be had. Thefirst the time of harvest ample room will and were about to smash his camera TO B'JILD A KNOCKABOUT '.

from the pit south of town eight miles of the week Judge Stewart, for be at hand for the housing and curingof when the Judge Interposed. "Don't. ..Irr A;lnot...all..Ae arrnil lui aoajuw rmUin.>t best... : good able, ; ....u..

J toward Daytona and a force is at' the estate closed a deal with :Mrs the crop. The same conditions apply boys. His paper expects it of him, HOWTO BUILD A SHOAL.DRAUGHT SLOOP
each of the other farms visited and 1 he's to make liv A cfc-wr littk aaiLaf boat with Boderatu 0Yerbap
at got a
work on the coast end. Cannons has Mary Wetherell by which more landis suppose .mallaatl......

made big progress on the road dur, added to the grounds making in and from the appearance of the ing." The ice was broken. lIar is HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE .
posed for several pictures and was .:..y to WlJ;<' wrfh>n Mni i.,b':jaat tho craft for a bo;
ing the last two months.-Volusia Co. all 30 acres added this season to the plants the crop bids fair to be a 10 begin_Jtll;a&D'" boilt very cheaply, rtHer aloop crest rig
never reluctant to be photographed
Record. golf links grounds. This new additionis "bumper" one. If prices hold up as afterward. HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
romplfXe de rnp'inn.r kow to1r.uL1a" -
d to be fixed up as soon as possible, they have been there will be plenty Sr.ktff iuve4 ia ud By mule I 'voI.V-
The Knights of Columbus of Florida of hard cash in Madison during the
that the devotees of this may
game No Use to Die $1.
will convene in Pensacola next Sun. PRICE EACH
s have the use of the finest golf links in summer.-Madison New Enterprise.
PREPAID 3Y CXPACSa *MT' MCn;
"I have found is todie '
that there
I lay for their annual convention out no use
r the state!.Volusia Co. Record.A of lung trouble as long' as you can get Dr. Bound in cloth Cold Irtt,, inc-Size of pagk
which will be of three days duration King's New Discovery."says Mrs. J.P. White 9 by II inchej-Lar.e,dearlyilrawa plan

and it is anticipated that the convention wealthy firm of lumber dealersof THE EMMANUEL MOVEMENT.Dr. of Kushboro, Pi.I would not be alive today
New Jersey has become interestedin only for that wonderful medicine. It THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
will be of the
one most largely loosens up a cough quicker than anything I MOBRAT STREET New YORK. U. S. A
attended in the history of the orderin the lumber which is being produced MacDonald Says It Has Strengthof .else, and cures lung disease even after the Sd tottal far Catalogue of Book fur

Florida. Prominent members in the lower end of this county Cther Systems Minus Weakness.The case is pronounced hopeless." This most reliable acfisma'i Library
remedy for!coughs and colds, lagrippe,
; and efforts made the Rev. Dr. Robert MacDonald of
being by
from all sections of the State will be are asthma. bronchitis and hoarseness is sold under -
in attendance. The Daughters of manager of the firm to get the total the Washington Avenue Baptist churchin guarantee at Banner Drug Store. 50c. -
I. Brooklyn preached his second sermon and $1.00. Trial buttle free.
of the mills. The schooner
output
Isabella to hold their annual
are con-
a few nights ago in a series of
vention the same date. Joseph F. Cooper was chartered by four on the Emmanuel movement the The Sower Bas

this firm to carry out the first shipment new Boston system nf curing norrnnaderan.ccments Power of Deceiving. No Second Chance
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Following up the indorsement given and it is reported that other -w----by complementing science There Is n Brooklyn woman who possesses Good aenee eays make the mat

the movement Inaugurated by the Wo- vessels will be sent here to be loaded. and religion. a servant who is a model in all of the nra.

man's club and the board of trade committee Agents of the lumber company will From what Dr. MacDonald said it respects: save one--in that she is none FEE Y'S

p on sanitation and public health would appear that the leading traits too truthful. ar f
arrive here in the next fortnight to
Mayor Sebring, as chairman of the have about the new system were its eclecticism Lately the mistress has been: using SEEDS
a look at the standing timberin
of method, its catholicity of spirit all her eloquence to mtkt"orn see the
city board of health has notified all barem..leandkept Ferty'a Reed BootDes. -
the Homestead section and thereis and the general intangibility of its na- error of dt'M'itfnns.: But at last she .the largest In the worid-went tells.

dairies furnishing milk to customersin no doubt that they will buy all ture. hail to own herself beaten when Nora Ferry'a Seed Annual lor 190B

the city of Jacksonville that they available timber in that section. Before "The new Eniinanuellsai." he declared. with n liramlng smile turned and Inmost Mlle the aekngg thoo whole bon Seed lOW Story-lien'seeds U1l FREE you get for"-. '

must furnish certificates as to the per the end of the year many vessels M.irvs use IHp from all sources a cajoling tone said: D. M.FERRY a Cg. DOli"Mu

fect health and condition of their cat from -Snre. an' wot de
will be sent north from here with psvehologfrom medicine: mental now. nitiin. ye- sup .

tle and dairies, and especially a certificate suggestion, rhristian Science and pore the |Miwer of desavin' was given
cargoes of lumber.-Miami NewsRecord. ..
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as to the immunity of their faith! cure aliko-taking the strength of nor frr'THE -- -

discarding the weakness' of all until 50 YEARS'
milch cows from tub(>r<:'ulosis-Times-
E. P. Lloyd the suffered we have a system In-which no rational EXPERIENCE
cigar man
Union.
or moral or scientific inconsistencies -
1 [ PERFECT WAY
quite a painful and almost se
Those Punta Corda people who rious accident Monday night. Mr. cnn lx found. Our work is distinctly I;'

onions this have madea scientific and assuredly Chris 'A
planted season ----
Lloyd with Mr. G. Rushton and E. Li! tian. It could be called scientific Chris S
great success with them. John II Scores of Florida Citizens Have
Vamleripe was on his way to Maj. tianity.
Capo, tor instance has raised on one- 'Cod with us. is Learned It
Adam's store where a meeting of th a platform on TRADE MARKS
eighth of an acre a crop of :yellow which all men can unite and which :
town council was to be held. At the If yon suffer from at'kad1t DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

Bermuda onions estimated at :!.ooo corner of Manatee avenue and Central suggests a {ewer that all men crave. There w one way to cure it. &c.

pounds. He has already; sold to the street there is a guy wire run- The canoe of nil our ills: said Tol- The |x>rt.'ct way is to cure the kidneys.A rtnlcitly Anyone ascertain imilnti our a ko'eh:>ini and f>n free dPKriT't..n whether may nn
9t'M. 'is that men have lost their sense bad back means sick kidneys. invention to proMNf U-rtabl Cotumun.ea.dung '
local stores $50 worth and still has t from the of electric Neglect it. urinary troubles follow.Doan's ; a lit nctl'MnIJLle:1t in!- Handbook on Patrats
ning near top an **
of Cod.: The Dr. trt> UMt'. foray .
new movement rent e. l aeencj nlllr pateutt.1'atgnt.e :
hand. The onion Kidney Pills are made for kidney:
good supply on taken throe i Maun & Ca receive
light pole to the ground. In passing MacDois.ild said, would do much to invigorate only. gprriai notice, without ct ire is the
are all sound and many of them are this Mr. Lloyd stooped and it is supIIOSE'C1 Christianity.Two I+. H- Lemons, cizarrnslter living at 131

large size.Ir.. Capo's success has threw up his hands and caught ,j more Fermons will complete the Ashler. Kidnev Street Pills Tampa and, Fla.they, says mred: 'I me nsDean's or Scientific 'fttl I4icaH.A '

so encouraged him that he will plant series of sermons. Then Dr. MacDonald backache disorder of the kidneys. Twoor handsomely Ulnrtnifp I wwklr. JlT'tet rireolation -
the wire. The "guy" was crossed << flfid of any iMnentrtl tnuninL term*..:O.
two acres next autumn.-Punta Gor- will give a new series dealing with three titoes: on account of the fain in my ,-.; foar raontbs.|L soitiLyollsew.d 'aler'.
with a live wire and Mr. Lloyd received -I the subject from a ronstr1'tlroint hart I 'tt'I 'DDahle to go to work fur several MUNN & CO,36teroild aJ. New York

da Herald. the full voltage. He called for of view. '],.,.5. The ecrptions of the kidneys were in Hunch Offlc G F E!,WanhiOKton.C.
a verY had condition, dark in color and if allowed -------
Many improvements are being help, as he was unable to free himself to stand would heroine of the consistency rrysKILLTHE -

made at Islamorada the new town on from the wire. Mr. VanJeripe and !II'' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and of jelly. I tried various remedies takin COUCHAND
what seemed like sallfni of medirin and I
:
Metacumbe Key. The residents arc Rushton sprang to his assistance Diarrhoea Remedy also pot on plasters hut nothing helped meat CURE THE LUNGS I

now preparing to have a rock road Catching hold of Mr. Lloyd, Mr. Van- i There id probably no medicine made that is all until I gut Duan's Kidney Pill upon the

built from one end of the island to deripe was knocked down. FinallyMr. relied upon with more implicit confidence advice of s friend of mine and using then according -
I than Cbamherlain's to directions they cored me in a very Dr.
WITH
Colic Cholera and Diar-
the other which will be very usefulto Lloyd was pulled from the short time." King'sNew
I I rhooa Remedy. During the third of a ctn-
the farmers. Some of the enter- wire. His hand was badly pitted tory in which it has been in use people haveI For Sale by all dealers. Price :ro rents.FosterMilbura .

citizens are also making arrangements and he was bruised from hea.l to foot. I learned that it is the one remedy that never Co.. Buffalo, New York sole I
prising j fails. When reduced with water and sweetened Discovery
to open a shipyard and One side of his moustache was badly i it is pleasant to take. For sale byTitas- agents for the United States. Beme.mber the
ville Pharmacy and all dealers. name Doan's-and take no other.
will put in an up-to-date marine ways. scorched. For some minutes he was I FOR COUCHS ': oo.

New houses are being built there and unconscious but soon rallied and was Trial Bottle free .
C.A.RTOrL.A.1 C f 8'rORIA.Beara .
at present Islamorafla Is the busiest able to be aasiated home", where hewas rseara the ite KIIO iii. il +! Ib"t9igtaan ... ..." er!gtitBr AND ALL THROAT IUNGTROUBLZ3.

1tecor spot on. the extension Miami News- .-confined Manatee to Record.his bed for several I of 1d ,-,J'_ tt. ;; ;;- GUARANTEED OR mONEY BZFTJHDED.SATISFACZG3? t I


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THE FLORIDA STAR MAY 22 1&08 ,.

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*r, THE FLORIDA STAR Fruit Growers in Sessi
the meeting of the Florida Hor- FAITHFUL HOUSEWIVES OF THE UNITED STATES
'fir Entered at the postofficc at Titurrllle. u
ticultural in Gainesville last
eeond-clats mail matter. society -

week many good papers were read :
Key 4 .# Y BOb .. W.ser, editor.nd r.VU.bwr. i
and the attendance was one of the Send Grateful Tributes to Dr. HartmanFor -
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
Y largest in the history of the society.Mr. .

'' -'' 8CBSCKHTION.1.SO PER ANNUM W. S. Hart, of Hawks Park, Benefits Received From Pe-rurna.

: described[ in detail the methods of
.
AdYertl.inr"Iht... !
: furnish** on
XppUra; -... picking, packing and marketing Pe-runa Tablets. Dyspep&la and Const(patten.
.>fYrx Y x 4 x a t o JyaxY ]1 Some people prefer to Mrs. John M. Stabler, MUlerslmrf,
J which have enabled him to obtain ,
:t As-to "Prohibitionist"Over : 1 : .':: > t? r'; i,4a t E take tablets, rather Ind., writes: "I have been cured ol avery
high prices for his oranges. He ad- of the stomach
than to take medicine bad ease of catarrh
V. the of "Fair Play" ,+ .. f
= a }
name fY
; : ;.t
f vised all orange growers to read bul- r r.... z 4P in a fluid form. Such and constipation, and a complication of
: circular mailed to the editor of ::N.Y
i'." '.".- I was letin 123, just issued by.the bureauof {; V.Vrif ? people can obtain ailment that I have bad for MTtralyean.

r : i- THE STAR Monday pronouncing the plant industry U. S. departmentof Pernna tablets, which .
,
f c '. article published in this paper last agriculture. There little left ;. J represent the medicinal "I doctored with three doctors who
was
,: week taken from the Tallahassee ; Ingredients of Pecan did me not much good, to I quit doctorIng. -
,
.... in the way of marketing problems ::: Each tablet is equivalent I bought a bottle of Peruna and
r Sun, as a stab at Mr. Watson with when only good and well-picked fruit :y.:;? to one average dose commenced taking it I found I was

1 : out a chance to defend himself, on was shipped. He described his careful e of Peruna. getting some better, but thought I was

h $ account of its being reserved until and well-thought-out methods of Mrs. T. J. Ballard not doing as well a* I might. So I

the issue before election. :: Pryor Creek, Indian wrote to Dr. Hartman to fee what he
picking; gave his packing motto, writes MI thought about me. He gave me s pedal
"Fair Play" was fair enough to .S r: Territory, :
"Every doubtful orange is a cull;" i. .:.S hip f keep free from my old directions and medical adric

assert: and entered into the detestable ques- stomach trouble, feel "To our astonishment I Improved and
"I do not believe Mr.Wager, him l no catarrhal am today well woman and weigh M
tion of shipping fruit. ; symptomsat
green .
self, could have done this," and we : ::t &JIg! all. I am able to do much as I ever did in my life.
desire to emphasize that statement.We The secretary read an interesting my work,eat and drink "My old friend in Ohio, where we

had nothing to do with the authority report on the mango by Mr. JohnB. ({ .,.. what I want,and am rejoiced moved from about fifteen months age,
: Beach,of West Palm Beach,which ; to know that I say when they bee me, 'How well yea

:c '; ;, for its publication, nor responsibility will be found in full in the volume of s ,,,{sy,,,} :;.;;. { found a sure cure in look. I aid nut expect to see you ever
h therefor.. The article in your valuable medicines. loot so will aaai.:.' I tell them 1HMi14
transactions of this
Y question was printed earlier in the year. > ." not look BO well if it had not been for
An estimate by Dr. P. Pi: Phillips, Peruna.
campaign, first in the Miami Metropolis -
of Orlando, which was read duringthe 5% r'li Pernna saved my life. I reeommwHl
; and was inserted as an ad. ,
,
; Peruna wherever I and when
meeting the of am, any
; gave orange crop
:: in THE STAR by some of Mr. Hudson's of our folks are sick I give them Peruna
1907-8 as 2,265,610 boxes.A ___
M: friends and paid for in advance. > with success.
There discussion resolution was passed by which J "I thank Dr. Hartman, and may h.
t : was no controversy or -
the Florida Horticultural society expressed MR.i. D. C. NOLAN. live many years more to go on with the .
raised the of
p : over publication
its unanimous support of the No More Throat Trouble. fr: good work. Tongue cannot express
this article in Dade county several the gratitude that my husband, children -
5 weeks ago as far as we know of, and Florida Fruit and Vegetable Shippers Mrs. D. C. Nolan, Gem, and I owe to Dr. Hartman for the
association in the case which is now Kas., writes: "I have no kindness he has shown toward me dot
we doubt if it changed a vote in this throat trouble thanksto sickness."I .
;rfi pending at Washington, D. C., be- more }.:; :'j tug my
county. Peruna. It is the only want the public to know what
fore the interstate commerce com- medicine I care to have. I
s V The State Highways mission with regard to excessive always feel safe when I have < / / v'Y V//I me."
s : railroad charges and unjust discrim- it m the house. An astonishing number of famines DMPernna
} 4 f In commenting on the proposed continuously for the various
''1 have used Peruna for ri'
ination against Florida. The resolution petty ailments to which the family is
r good roads bill which it published in nine years and I ought to
was telegraphed to the associ- ___ liable.
i full in a recent issue, the.St. Petersburg 't...uuw bt rt. Peruna has!
I Independent says: ation's attorney at Washington.Mr. helped me a great many r: ?:: ;. y s-

pk' B. K. McCarty, of Eldred times, and I shall praise it to
t i f "On the second page we present "
of friends. .
read every one my :
an important paper on growingand six:
the proposed new state roJ bill and Ever since Peruna Introduced
was
ask that our readers read it carefully.It shipping pineapples. In this he to the public thirty f .
full details to the best (; :
soil :
'- gave as housewife
will come up at the next primary, years ago the has
how to clear the land the best varie- f }b..i. ::
: June 6th. One of the provisions is been an ever faith f el friend to Pernna f5 k..

: f...: for a state hard road from St.Petersburg ty to plant the best size 9f slips, the She it is that h33 seen the practical

distance at which to plant, the best benefit of the use of Peruna in the ..,. ....... .., _
't to Jacksonville. family. v .;.;..:' ,.;.;.;.;.:.:.:.(.:.:.:.;.:;,:r.;
depth to plant the best methods of ..ittgM ; :}:,:
"- "Such a road would be worth mil When the baby has! snuffles or cold she ,
cultivation how to fertilize when to
: :. lions upon millions to the state. It gives a few doses of PC run a,instead of fill-

-'. would bring to this state 10,000 fertilize, how to pick, when to pick in? the system with the doctor's drugs. MRS. AUGUSTA PAULINE OCHS. 666444sic..

i' wealthy automobilists each winter and how to pack. When the school childrt a have coughsor Systemic Catarrh. } .lt

'r l .;.; who would spend millions with us. Mrs. Nettie M. G. Prang, of Vero colds she again; resorts to Peruna. Mrs. Augusta Pauline Ochs, R. :
read a bright and interesting paperin When any member of the family is F. D. 2, North English, Iowa
"It would build up the country. which she showed how much be- afflicted with catarrh,either in its acute I writes: "I took Peruna over

i It would make it possible for the a form or chronic, Peruna is resorted to. three years. 1 suffered from sys-
': farmer to have one horse do what ginner might learn about the culti- In a large number' of minor ailmentsshe temic catarrh and had pains In

I41 two do now. It would save repair vation and fertilization of citrus finds Peruna a never-failing remedy.All my right side so I could hardly do
trees without any expenditure. She this has won the confidence of the my housework."I .
bills on wagons and harness, save housewife in Peruna
which
be
cannot
described how she had learned the am 66 years old, and am now :
'' .! horse..flesh. It would make it possi easily shaken by the statements of doing all my housework. I am in

; ble Ifr the liveryman to convey people unit sy em of estimating fertilizer people who know nothing of Peruna, the best of health, and cannot f-S ;MRS. d. lr. STARLSB

;; from one city to the others It values, and gave a list of pamphlets having never had any personal experi- thank Dr.Hartman enough for his $ : r, :. J,
which could be obtained free. Her ence in its use. advice and medicine."
; would bring the grasping railroads
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r iJ'J'to north, and force them to give some the effects of potash on.citrus trees, WeekVeatber Report.

sort of local accommodations. in the course of which many impor- JUPITER Fn., May 19. 1908.

.. tant facts were brought forward. Comparative statement of temperaturesand
"Of course the bill will be fought !
rainfall for the week CTtiur Tuesday.
by the railroads. Let 1908 1907
; every man Regular monthly shipments of cigar

; ; who loves Florida vote for hard stamps amounted to $71,080, has been May DUE.13 KJ UX.fIN.73 :\I 81'X. MIX.M

/ x ,# roads." received at the internal revenue office .-. 14 82 72 84 7 Z
15 84 7;; 84 73
\ To the above the St. Augustine The shipment was made direct: from 16 85 70 83 K) c\\\

: Record replies as follows: stamps were: supplied the )local office .". 17. 1'4, bS W> 70
18 85 70 X fil
t;, "We honestly believe the Indepen- from the office at JacksonuHe but the .* 1S 1)3-S 71 84 m: : '

i I dent is in error in lining up the railroads past few 3 ears witnessed such a heavy: : Total !iilalI fur the week .08 inthos II f I-

i of Florida against the good increase in the business: that the department inches.Dcpartnrerainfsil for the wick minus .C3 /

i' ft roads movement. Viewed from all decided: to sub ,!y the Tampa Departure rainfall since Jan. ls>t, minus I i I' ,'I. ",\ ,'

: office direct from Los quarters: ;t 10 inches --l .;;.
sides good roads would be an im- II. P H UDIS. / 'I. ,.. .
l't'Plt Inteinal Revenue Officer GeoV. Official in Charge. .,,..' I1 ::
benefit railroad
mense to the both; ( /f/
T \ tockin stated yesterday that for f u r = .
directly and indirectly. As the In- ca) 1 r
many tears fie ale of reenuetai'p Best Healer in the World \ 'f\t-. I
dependentsaysgoodhighwayswould< I'C
<5 here has been \ -_
cl-'u'iias rapil- ";
thousands of automobib IJev F tirliinl,of East Kajmoiid. Mainevi f .
bring own ,
I i! upward and t'jt ever-- n.litation! -. "r have used but*'U'us' \rni.%. Sale I
r: .-i j t ers to Florida every seasonar/i these .; fiat the m&lHf i. tire nf c'nrst ;!) t several tars. on my ultl arm% WIIIIIIII. -
and other 01' Mm.ite sorts. and find it the 'rws
,' _y would find their way to all parts ff : -.'* a will c/ntni- to irnr"aa- .-' hpalr in tin- HOtld: luiP it too with gnat !!

> ;- the state. Tr l. ,news in fly veterinary huMncvs. "I'ricelMe i
i" i>3. :ne. iI iI
at Kiuuer
; 'i. "In many cases they! would no --- -- brag titure.- ii I
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1 .,' doubt locate for the winter and &em any kiii it<'lima i j"4 tLi;;'r t.i-ter. Hieif.re i
; ', -. \oil ,.'Tat''I. the w..r-p :it .ti.in- I i>.iri"O ..
: for families and friend*. This .. Robbins & Graham Co.
-'kin
mean ; .
tit m.-si t rurt> Ift- it:r\' ::4-in y .u h- i
,- railroad transportation and railroad< 111,1;. \t all .Irixt re:<. !

freights; it means increased sales for (Incorporated) !
"
: the business men; it means the leaving P.i
; in the state each of thous-
.... reason This company owns lands in the
ands of dollars; it means an ever increasing Indian river country, on the St. AND

g army of tourists and winter Lucie river, at New river and on Ai
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Biscayne bay
visitors that would assume propor-

'r' tions beyond all computation. Every PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES I i

person brought to Florida, man woman ( t
[ and child Send for land list I
1 means profit for the -
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railroads and
surely they are not so I

,t I short-sighted that they cannot view TITUbVILLE AND MHMI. :I For sale by the

the problem in.a proper light.

i -. "Up to the present time the rail- Notice !I INDIAN

roads have not lifted a hand against Sealed bids will be received by the I RIVER
undersigned up to noon of Monday June
M: good roads, but on the contrary have 1st 1908, for the following work: i

,done everything possible to .aid the Building a two-story addition to the I MUSIC HOUSE
school house at Eau Gallie. Plans and !
cause. The blame for the opposition ,
r FRIEND TO FRIEND.The specifications can be seen at the store
;. or lack of activity;can be placed only of Messrs. Hodgson Brothers Eau Gal- TITUSVILLE
He, at the office of the FLA.
on the representatives of the people, personal recommendations of peapie or superintendent. -
Contractors are requested to make
t 1 i j both in the house and in the senate. who have been cured of coughs and two bids one for the work the boardto

-- If the people unite in demanding a colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy furnish everything; one for contractor -

state system of highways, just so have done more than all else to make it a to furnish everything and turn over ,

'i t soon will their demands be put into staple article of trade and commerce overa keys to completed JOHN building.R. WALKER, Supt. I -t'b\ ..;-er.

: concrete form." large part of the civilized world. Titusville, Fla. May loth 1908.

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"";-y', ., ': 4. ,1 =+' Carnegie Hall and third men'i dormitory now going up; clwtrte light; team and .'
<<: :I'.r- "'!-: rto Lo furnace
: rtrt c tU rt heat;large faculty;perfect health condition;flao rymaaalana. athltl.11.14;
1fifJ1.'fff' r: r O -a 7t c 0 Lo :s c tennis court,coif link; txm-hmll and backet-ball tma etuuapl..* .f FI rM. this
: &.. U U C': ,5i4 year. Nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; exp.nee Moderate;ttbolarthlp.
;. ,; r f. } .fu a W 0 co 0 :t u r aTallable. Christian,bat Andenomlnational;stands for ,
Ola.etxAotez Oiiltixx-o Oondxxot
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Next: eion begin October 7. For catalogue address the President
Beard .. ,
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Wm. F. BLACKMAN Ph. D. Winter Park Fla.
-Broward20 I J
: : 47 16 61 34' 8 19 6 19 .12 3 4 249 j

'Fletcher 4 257 7' 6 9 I 9 2 3 5-' 7* If,

,?:r :F mar.=---.-------- 29 412 15 5 i i 6 i 74* .!

,d: ;.t''. ,For Governor KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE t

c .1i#,'f, : Browne------------- I 9' 3 2 3 I 3 i 2 2 3 34 Buggy Type.

:; Gilchrist__ \:------- 3 30 8 15 20 14 4 9 2 1 f 2' II6 HIGH WHEELS SOLID TIRES STANDARD TREAD

,;,;.ti Stockton____\ _______ 21 67 M 65 33 5 8 6 17 9 I.. 5 254 ,

For Attorney-Gen. S37S and: -u/p V

:; Ellis_I...!_ p 3 22 9 45 9 6 4 6 8 5 4 121 Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla. .

' '.. Trammell_ 18 67 18 46 '23 8 7 6 10 6 6 215 .

. : For Comptroller EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

Appleyard 2 12 2 ;i-
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Jj Croom 19 77 21 10 39 10 57 16 6 8 l8 'i

%f Knight i i 1 2 20 DEALERS IN '.
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)s: For State Senator-
Lumber and Materials
Hudson 20 27 12 64'T'6 20 lo 21 3 7 249 Building

il< 11( Watson_________-____ 4- 89 17 ig 27 17 6 9 3 2 14 9 3 219 OF ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL

t. :. ? For
Representative Yards at Titnsiille Cocoa Eau Gallic Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach -.
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:t; Houston 5 40 7. 16 57 12 7 1 2 2 25 156
We to meet all fair house orders
are prepared competition on
x Stewart_____________ 1961186471010152210 10 5 251 for shipment direct from the mills ,

For County Treas. ....

i"I: Hatch ______________ 8 33 21 72 47 14 7 8 16 9 4 1 1 241

Sams 18 77 8 12 18 8 '6 7 8 3 30 10 9 214 .- .

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RETURNS -- ILIARDWAREFJas. a

LATEST i ii i x0.yyn YjF(' ..f


Returns from the primary election I a9l.L

throughout the state are still quite ,
Pritchard "
,, f, incomplete and no tabulated statement & Son
showing anything near actual [ I

) ;: results can yet be made. The returns -I \ Handle the Finest Lines of i

seem to indicate that the conteSt -

4 in the second primary for United Heavy and Shelf Hardware '

States senator will be between Gov.
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N. B. Broward and Duncan U. Fletcher :, -

? 1. with Gov. Broward leading in Our Stock of :

the first primary.

e For governor, Albert' \V. Gilchrist Guns and Sporting Goodsis

.. seems to be considerably in the lead,

with John N. C. Stockton second and complete at all times !

_the contest in the second primary I :

:e :will be.between these two. .

--",L The latest returns from all over Gilclirist, Hip Han For Governor Broward, High Man For U. S. Senator Paints and Oils of Qualityone '.1
I the state show that Gilchrist is 2544 1
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; votes ahead of Stockton, and that of our Specialties
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'i ", It is not likely that complete returns ,',,.:,. ,', ..

Y will be had before tomorrow. ; : :.. Quotations for large or small orders will s

.! .a In a summary of results as far as be given personal attention. Mail Orders 1

? we have been able to obtain, Fletcher solicited and promptly filled f fI

I for United States senator received .,

jii a plurality in Alachua, Brad- -FX-J-"tTS-V-JJ.I..E: : : : 1)

Hillsborough s amWMWNMWM

Orange, Osceola, Santa Rosa, Su- Y l

: wanee, Wakulla and Duval. :pr 4at -

1 _Broward has a plurality in Bre- ; ,; e NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR Until the animal meeting in 11MB the. boardof
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directors will consist! of F. S. Battle. L. A.
vard Dade, DoSoto, Franklin Her- LETTERS PATENTNotice Brady, E. B. Wager. J. S. Daniel and Goo M.
nando, Jackson Lafayette Nassau, Robbins, of whom Geo. M. Robbins will be
is hereby givrn that application will p esident F. S. Battle vice president; E. B.
Putnam, 1'iU, Pumter, St. Lucie 4 > .ar 4 W be made to the governor of the star of Florida Wager secretary and L. A. Brady, treasurer.
Volusia and Wal- at Tallahassee on the twenty-fifth day of
St. John, Tjylor, .
May. 1908. for letters patent on the propecdcharter ARTICLE VI
ton. published In-low:
I) B.I'BITCH\au. J. S. DANIEL. ; The highest amount of indebtedness or lia-
i In the race for governor Gilchrist S. A. RATHBCN. (;:0. M. KOBBISS. ; bility to which the .rl'.rativn can at any
carried Brad rd, Clay, Columbia, 4;. G. F DC KEN, F. S. B\TTLE. I time subject. itself ball be ten tbwu.-and dollars -
C. A.UARDXEK. Loris A. BRADY. (JIO.WW.OO).
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DeSoto, Franklin Gadsden, Hills- TITIS-j In witness* whereof the subscribers have
s PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE j hereunto set their hands and seals with a
: _, borough Lafayttle, Leon Levy, VlLLEHtn-ELlXMPANY i''fttatemei-t of their rejjHtive residences and .
Manatee, Nassau, Orange, Osceola, J The uudei signed do associate themselves amount of stock ul/s'riK- by eat-b. j
Putnam Smvanee, St. Johns, Vo- and become inro'1'I1rLtt't1) under the laws of I I .A mount of '
: I the state of Florida for the transaction of the 1 I Names uf In- Stock
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lusia Wakulla and Duval. j business set forth in the follow;articles: corporators ; irrvHifUcek SItb..cribt1t

Stockton carried AlachuaBrevard, ARTICLE 'J. *. aniei.. >ral. >Tittt,TilleFI.*'.. :3j>TK."FWj

Dade Escambia Hernando Jackson The name of corporation shall be the Geo.S. A.)I.IIIMin.--tall Kathbnn. Santa Rosa, i Titusville Hotel ('.>mi>any" and its plane of F. S. Bathe fur Titus1llrLumber'o.'all- .
Madison. Polk .. business to be Titusville, Bievard county. \ .. J "..
Sumter, St. Lucie, Taylor, Walton' Florida. Lewis A. Brady iSrali ".. i
ARTICLE II D. B. I'ritchard.SMlt: \ a <
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and Washington. ;} { (;. F. Duren..eel t.' 2l1a
,' i, '" The owning and operating/ a hotel at Titusville ..
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Ticket
County Florida, is the Jl'n\'r"l nature! of the
Winston S. llran-
business to be transacted together with such
The vote as handed in to us for other business as may be properly connected nin;:. ,l Seal) ,-. .. I
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commissioner in the 5th district is a ;\' therewith. Julius Klint'eat( ) .h. I
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tie between T. J.Cockshutt and O. C. AUTICLE III Kllis It. U'ajer. i ial) ., I IJ
nw ("has.H.Walton. \O.al-
The amount of the capital stock authorizedis ..
Hansell on 33. In district No. 4, -- twenty-fivetliousuul dollars(>: j.cll".llll).divided J. M. 0,1.;&II.'a'. I; ". .. 1
: : J. I:. Walker. ( -..11. I
W. A. Heaton was elected over into two hundred and fifty ((350)) To
J. II. Allen. Io.t'all' I
: share of the par valueof one bun.lrt'tI.I"lIar.i .
T. A. Robinson. J. M. Osban in the I ({lOO.Oit)each: fifty per cent shall be payable B. K. \\ l".n. (Seal) "' "" I "..

t 1st; J. R. Miot, in the 2nd and R. A. Fletcher, Who Will Contest the Second Primary With Broward thirty in five days installments from date often of!subscription per cent each balance,to become : S.John B. Eathbun Henry (Deal Heal; )) '. .. 1 1 :"
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Conkling in the third had no oppo- due at interval of thirty days. Stock O Stewart, (Seal) 1 *
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scrip will be isSl1t'tlon payment of fifty percent Co T Massey, (Seal) .. I
sition and were reelected.For of the subscription but. tock certifiesteswill Jas. Lysle Conner, (4( 'al) 5 *
member of school board A. J. not tie delivered until f> '
Carter in the 1st, and E. B. Arnold Low Prices for Lumber ARTICLE IV Brevard County i

3rd re-elected. In the The corporation :shall! exist fora term of Personally came before me J. II. .\II"".J.K.Daniel. i
a in the are ninety-nine years. W. M. Resins. Louis A. Brady. '
2nd, G. S. Singleton is elected over I D. B. rritchard.0. F Duren. fba A. lUrdner. -
N TITUSVILLE LUMBER CO. ARTICLE V Winston S. Branniuz. J. C. Spell, Julius
J. N. Chalker. The buaiue;of the company shall be conducted Kline Ellis B. Wager. Chas. H. Walton.J. K.
For legislature R. B. Stewart wins PINE LUMBER at the following low prices : by aboard of five directors of whom Walker. B. K. Wil n. John Henry, O. A.
Are selling
now
three shall constitute a quorum which hoard Stewart S. A. Rathbun. S. B Rathbun. C.T. {;
over Jno. Houston. Massey. J. M. rt bans Jas. Lysle Conner F. $.
dressed four .sides___ _ ______ $ 15.00B shall be elected at the annual meeting of the
For county treasurer, R. F. Hatch Framing, stockholders to be held on the first Tuesdayof Battle each to me personally w ell k now n and
':- known to to be in each case the identical
me
April of each hut in such me.tinshall
r .. wins over J. H. Sams. and better Flooring, Ceiling and Siding20.00 not be held year at the time case appointed then person whose name Ls subscribed to the forei -
<':' A. A. Stewart for county clerk, 15.00 the board shall be elected at the next meting ? iDg (charter and severally acknowledgedhis
; No. 1 Common ... of thest'iekboldersthereafter, and all officers or her execution thereof.
r"J., R. Walker for school superintendent 10.00 shall holdover until their succeNynn are elected In witness wherewf I have hereunto set my
No. 2 ___ hand and official 8tal.t Tit WlV iIle. within the
: : for sheriff W. H. and qualify. The board of directors!ohanchoo.e
' '. J. P. Brown county and state aforesaid, this 18th day of
; ,r Hall for tax assessor P. H. Wrightfor Sheathing, dressed one side______ ___________ 10.00F. president from among secretary their number and a a president.vice treasurer April. A. D. 1W8. PERCY (WALTOV' ,

t!(: tax collector, had no opposition : O. B. Cars, Titusville, Fla. PROMPT SHIPMENTS secretary but the same and treasurer person may if the hold board the of offices directors of.. Notary Public State of Florida., Notary My Public.commission a
expires Jane II, 1!$?. ,
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since she married him twelve, years bill already adopted by the senate for-
ery has mAde a confession believed to Weakens
ago. They now live apart and have bidding any form of betting or gam Over-Work

EEPIN : I IO TAB no children complicate the matter. bling In the District of Columbia the connected Implicate many with the prominent Republican politicians organization Your Kys -

There is no charge of personal Immorality measure being especially directed at but the details of it were notmade

but merely of radical views the race track of the Washington Jock- public. Cnhcalth KUnejs Hake Impure lllood. -
He holds that comradeship should be ey club known as Bennings. The club

4 the only tie between man and wife on will probably remove its track Into Rijht to Dismiss Negro :Troops. Ail the blood In your body passes through

the spiritual plane and that where this Maryland. Judge Hough in the federal district your kidneys once every three minuteS. t }

: ; O ON: 1 THEWORLD[ does not exist separation should be Labor Legislation Given Up. court at New.York sustained gov blood The kidneys purifier*,arc they your JUte -

made as simple as possible. The only Representative Townsend recognized ernment's contention that-the president 1 !' out the waste or

t limit he would place on sexual promiscuity as the helmsman of the Roosevelt pro- had the right to discharge the negro impurities ia the blood.
would be this ethical ideal of soldiers in connection with the shooting If they are sicker eat -
gramme in the house announced aftera
comradeship and the restrictions of conference with the president that at Brownsville. Tex the case being ef order,they fail to do

of tirplculture on the physical side. He there a test claim of one of the dismissed their work.
Conference would'.be
further
Epoch Making no effort to
aches and rheumatism -
Insists that comradeship rather than negroes for back pay. Pains
1 Governors and Others at the amend the anti-trust bill or to pass the come from excess
love is the essential
ne nsrees with
Thaw Take the Stand.Tlie
bill to .
j anti-injunction at this session. He cf uric acid In the

-:3: t White House, Held to Conserve Plato that the state should subsidize complained that the leaders of organized habeas corpus proceeding blood, due to neglectedkidney
motherhood and that the individual
labor themselves were responsiblefor brought by Harry Thaw to eTect: his trouble.
Nation's ,Resources-Senate and not the family is the proper unit this decision because they had been release from the asylum for tin criminal Kidney trouble causes quick or 'unsteady

? Surrenders to President on of political and social organlr.a'tion.gainst so insistent upon having the bills lean insane have begun at Poaghkeep- heart beats and makes one feel as though
because the heart is
Competitive Athletics. entirely to their side. vie X. Y" and at the outset Dr. Amos they had heart trouble

Two Points, and House Passes President Swain of Swarthmore college Stewart Case In Senate.Notwithstanding Taylor of Mattwiwan testified that in poisoned overworking blood in through pumping veins thick.and arteries.It kJtney-.

? Vreeland Bill-labor legisla- has announced that the board of the sharp arraIgn- the three months during; which Thaw used to be considered that only urinarytroubles

managers will be asked' by the facultyto ment of the president by Senator Ray had ben there under his observationhe were to be traced to the kidneys, {

': tion Given Up -Socialists authorize the abandonment of intercollegiate ner of Maryland on account of the had become convinced that Thaw but now modern science proves that nearly ;

j: athletic contests for at least was a hopeless victim of paranoia. all constitutional diseases have their beginning
Nominate Debs Again Republican banishment of Colonel! William F. '
Thaw bad told that If he in kidney trouble.:
one> year and that the football and Taylor was
f Stewart to a post in the Arizona desert
Stampede to Taft. basket ball games scheduled for next ever: insane it was for only a moment If you are sick you can make no mistake
and his
advocacy of a court of inquirythe first kidneys. The mild
year be canceled. But contests In the before he shot White and a moment by doctoring your
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Wright Brothers Make Record resolution for that purpose was and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Khmer'sSwampRoot
nilder form such tbt'rt>arte-r. Thaw take
as tennis and larnsse. was expected: to
allowed to go into quiet oblivion in the the great kidney remedy is _'
Flight. (' may be continued. The decision committee on .military the stand in an effort to convince the soon realized. It stands the highest for its

Is based on complaints of members affairs. Jury that he is now in his right;: mind. wonderful cures of the most distressing cases ,

of the faculty and of the alumni of Rayner Experts are to be heard on both sides. '

; 'I RELIGIOUS I hat the desire to win has come to speech was none the I less. andIsSOldOnlumc"u.. 1

vershadow the legitimate purpose of notable for its bit: f
Ihletics! to such an extent as to forma I POLITICAL es. You may have a t
Methodists For Prohibition. j ter irony and sarcastic .
serious menace to the primary sample bottle by mail Home of s..vaaeafree.
The prohibition or temperance wan I purpose comparison of also pamphlet telling you how to find
or college life. The athletic advisory
has received a fresh impetus in the the affair to the I The Stampede to Taft.It out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. t
committee Is that the
t general conference of the Methodist willing experiment Dreyfus case !hi is openly admitted that practicallyall Mention this paper when writing Dr. Khmer
be made. but believes
that it
. ". Episcopal conference in session at Bal-- France. He also of the Republican leaders who at ii' Co., Binghamton. N. Y. t
; wilt
not be found to be In the best interests -
F ,. timore. First the conference was stirred of Swarthmore. read the letter Senator first tried to organize a movement Don't make any mistake but rtwernbor

= ,. to' fever pitch of enthusiasm when which he had re- Rayner. against the candidacy of SecretaryTaft the name Swiup-ruot Ir- Kilmer's 3w...,. f

r: : Governor Hanly of Indiana arraigned celtrom the president in Justification have now Joined in the Taft pro- toot, and the address, Binbampt, N.1,

r the churches for a lack of consecration I CONGRESSIONALCurrency I of Stewart's exile. In that letter it was cession. Various motives are given but 00 every bottle.
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--.s: ):,i a tolerance of sin and for "nearly forgetting I explained how Stewart bad'made himself the fact Is DO longer questioned. Taft's

: *' that the kingdom of God is a general nuisance by his arrogance. bureau started the week claiming: Two Rad f

/.., \..;: spiritual He said men were needed Bills In Conference. suspiciousness and tyrannical disposition enough delegates to win on the first First Mother readiii:; letter fr"mi' ''' :

4Y'' '" a to oppose the evil, of the saloon and Instead of considering the Vreeland so that three generals-Grant Duvall ballot and 12S delegates yet to be at college Henry's lettrr* .tlerays

:1" > that the church must furnish the menThe rtirrency bill passed by the house the and Davis-bad recommended the elected It was said that 4had been send me to the dictionary Srensrl f

,. :,.$ ._-. ministers and bishops responded senate passed the amended Aldrich bill banishment when Stewart refused to pledged: but that many in the uninstructed Mother resignedly( That's tlotl.-g
1-- : ,
' : P. .t: with one shout We will furnish as a substitute and then asked for a retire without being made a brigadier.The delegations: are known to be Jack's always: send me to the bank. i

i ;t -.., them." Next day the resolutions setting conference with the house. president took the ground that it for Taft. This virtual 8tani|>euf"' is accompanied f

t .:;. _" forth that no man not a total abstainer Brownsville Bill Goes Over. would be unwise to have a court of inquiry with some renewal of the fuck.A .

\ "'V: '. from intoxicants should receive Although Rayner bad formed an offensive because the charges had already third term talk, since Utah and Texas Living Skeletonis

1 9 the votes of Christian citizens: for the and defensive alliance with been proved beyond the possibility of voiced the demand for Roosevelt first. t
: rebuttal and held that the case was This the final condition any ehiU ties Iatt
to the state-
: office of of the United States appears give color to
1 r; president Foraker earlier in the week in supportof ..
: worms if it live*. Think of luviaf sere
within the of
!f were promptly referred to committee the negro reenlistment and Colonel not purview congress. ment widely circulated that the con- thing in your stomach that rU all 7w take
'j for report. Political parties were asked Stewart bills Foraker himself Into Referring; to Stewart's claim that he servatives have accepted Taft in orderto is nourishment. Nine truths vf tfc< hwMK

to take notice of this fact In making gave should have had a bearing. Rayner prevent the possibility of a convention have worms maybe yours hIV t.*.... 5
'i' of his
,, the influences party associates
that it has it Whites
i .. their this said he was mistaken, as "under this stampede for the presidentBryan not by giving CTMMIVermifuge
nominations year. and made peace with Taft as -it expels all worm and M a twin
!t :- It was voted unanimously to ask the the party's coming choice for president administration everybody is presumed Claiming Twothirds.At for the hahy. Price 25tenu. SOlid hy TK*.- ;
_ )ii Methodist Protestant church guilty until proved Innocent" lIe insisted vine Pharmacy aud Banner Drug Store.
t;; to uniteorganically by moving to table the motion of Cul-
the same time the Bryan bureau .i
'r that all precedents were that no .
;- with the
Methodist
_ Episcopal berson fixing a day for a vote on the .
' officer could be punished without re- has put forth the claim to. tw(-thlrd8
t te: church. Assurances had been received Brownsville bilL It was tabled and
of the Democratic delegates so far
Has to Take Them.
to
sort a military court. Rayner caused
i i: from leading ministers of the then the majority fixed a day for the much amusement by describing the Infirmities chosen of whom 253 delegates are hi "1 can take 10U words a miotlt"
J f i., former denomination that such a request .
vote In December next Foraker explained structPd Nebraskan.
for the
said shorthand
writer another
of temper of which Stewart Is one to
a' F would receive favorable consid
r his
change of front by sayingIt
V accused in such a way as to show a Crusaders See Roosevelt.A "! often take more than tfeat" remarked
eration. clear that vote could Dot
was a
resemblance to some of the personal committee of the the other in sorrowful aetvnia.
t J Resolutions against race track gambling be new Prosperity:
ri '" forced at this session and that the
! z '. and urging the New York legislature Republicans were under promise to traits of the president league recently started at St Louis by "but then I have to. I'm married.

; i to stand by Goveronr Hughes take It up in December. Only four Navy to Buy Night Aim Device. prominent business men called on the
'. president May 11 and asked his aid in Worth Two Men.Lrn .
on that issue were passed. Republican senators voted with the The navy department has begun negotiations "
c 1 The trend of opinion is against Democrats for action on the bill. The with Captain Abna Clark. furthering their plans. In a forma made the glee t-lnb. "

'.. / changing the church discipline as to report was widely published that For- Inventor of a secret device for locating statement they say that all the signs "Why. his voice I* cracked.
"I know bin It the other 1t' .
amusements. aker and Taft had buried the hatchet ships in the dark or fog without the for a revival of prosperity are good it split

t Cardinal Lupus on Divorce. but Foraker denied this. aid of a searchlight to obtain exclusive only experimental legislation may be and he's singing duets now.Yaleliecord
halted. They point to the fact that
use of it Clark is on duty at one of
The Roman Catholic primate of Ireland House Passes Vreeland Bill.
there is promise of bountiful harvests
the ports of Boston and even his brother -
'f: Cardinal Logue. who is visiting After the Republican majority In that the for
'. officers have been kept in ignorance unemployed are eager Advice to the Aged.Age .
the United States has much to say in party caucus bad agreed the
upon work aId that the relations of capital
of the Invention for fear that foreign
some
infirmities
such
brings a* slug
praise of Amer-
altered Vreeland bill that
e currency and labor are not strained; w bile money -
spy may get hold of the secret eish bowels, weak kidney and blad
ican energy and measure was brought up for tinal consideration is plentiful and ready for invest

2 \ progress but under a special rule designed meat They asserted that business

,' finds evidence to shut off> debate and passedby I LEGALCRIMINALClosing I had already suffered too much from '

'f < of great mischief r the vote of 184 to 145.: Sixteen Republicans demagogic agitation and that they prOs Wills

t : r.. in the prevailing broke over the party traces on Lamphere. ? to proclaim, as the president has

, divorce and voted with the Democrats against Although some of the (>eople.at 12forte. proclaimed that the bulk of businessmen

i laws. In so the bill and telegrams! of protest ml., still bold to the theory that are honorable and upright They

., many words he (a\ ,, against! Its passage were submitted Mrs. Guuness' was not the woman deprecate. the arraying of class against haves specific effect on thescorgaa, .
said that of the stimulating the bowels causing them
from the Merchants' association of
burned to death with her three children class. to perform their natural function M
.
' g two evils he { New York and the Trades league of in the Uunness farmhouse and In reply the president said that be in youth and

_: V would prefer Philadelphia. The opponents of the in accord with the
.f' that she had escaped after substitutinga was hearty putposesof r IP ARTING'IGOR__
I Mormon polygamy bill resented the short time allowed for the but =
association took
murdered woman for herself aud setting pains to to the kidneys bladder and
LIVER.
i to the progressive discussion-namely, three hours. Load tire to the house, the authorities )joint out that the stagnation was not They are adapted to old and young.

I,f' polygamy er Williams of the minority charged; Il'ot'rall.ureed. ; that the arch murderess caused by reform legislation: but by

l' practiced by that it was put through under the gag perished in the fire. The ashes revelation of shocking; conditions In

' \. .. those who getdivorced rule as a political bill to uuvt a polit- / \ haregiven forth some of the corporations. While agreeing I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE I '.
:
i in or- z' ii i1 hal emergency As If to confirm Ibis. further !Mentil'-1 that It was: well to condemn unwise ,
r'r \."{.J-1I"'r W"' 01(' .If
i der to remarry *" the majority leaders at the last momeiit { ;, FLORIDA TIMIS UNION
f: ,0.-.. Cardinal Logue f IPr catiftn: of the! remains agitation. be insisted ti!: t "-tl>.-
because In the played\ a trick on the minority l y ,
those
sue ,, as apathetic acceptance of ai>u>c. in .tl.: The Great State Paper
former wives and childrenare
f : case the having a Republican member offer asa t' of the mistress
r governmental and business; adniiiiNiralions : DULY AND tCNDAY cc MONTH:
for. while In the latter the
!
provided substitute Mil
IntroJuct-d
.; a sometime ; ..-. of the goose At Three Mouth Si vj su Xouih J.o i
%. .. wives sire often set adrift and the children ago by Williams on request] of \\' at,, the same time it is more duiwrous than the douiagogic Twelve MoalhA. iii Qu

r k is::..= deprived of the protection and J. IJryan. This was not what the! .-_) o.'. is asserted that appeals of professional n ri'.i i ; The Seral-WeeklyTlmes-lnioflaHJ
' e to class! batred-7 IVcause the! it;\> :.rat
care which the natural law dictates Democrats wanted and so the site!
.
rA' Vt, Kay lunphere.the The farmer and Fruit
,
r' f had "pilloried the real naefacti! r- t.>> Grower
France
; 1 He said that in this re pent stepped by voting "present"!t-a manvho
I t 1 warned against any one seizin 'I.! the Friday ta.ue of the semi wr key de-
" l was as bad or worse tIUllIUl'rka ,!eir names wereall.M This c.iiiscil
> ... worked! for Mrs.iiiiiiitss ruled to Agric itural j &1o.l'lirufr.! ,LI!: I iv e
k' i He urged the law of the church which ;great laughter and dlt''rOil; the It>- "' ( moment to say that any coiisil v.; : >." Stock: etc. Tb" iwo tmjar, (or II 1>per rear
d
au number of our business men are uii'factors. ,. Mail us your ..,b.crtpt.uaFlofldaTlmesUaloeJacksoliiiIe
without divorce.$5CO,000 side. This
permits separation: publican bill which now -' : who is believed
: \ tb'ultl.., for the Fla.
to
: ( Bible goes provides ,
to Society. to have been her .
Some: friends of the admiiiist.M'li.; :
:,Vv )Ira. Rue Sage has offered to give issue of emergency;: currency by clear- Mr Gunnrss accomplice iu
voiced the opinion that the work of
in house associations based th,
,, &XXXOOO; to the endowment of the ? on tII' various murders committed in the .,
4i securities held by the banks and to the Prosperity league Is reatit t" |>:&\
ohl'rs.will up hoJiMhas: made confession his
if
Bible a to
x American society .
total of $riU.MXiO.OOO"Sn the way for the coming advance Jj
like before the end of :1 'I>iritnal I adviser while! beari'rz
make up a sum waiting a -
railroad rates. A circular iss'ual 1.\ E
thi year. iHinau I lie last year the *>. : ::d Via Tr";t' Assin. iu jail TIio ;_.''.'..-i of tlie flunuess the .-age says that I'rwfieritj u\ Cli INS

,;f, < iely distributed l. no..o coj-Ios of the The judiciary committee reported to !home has yielded the bodies of ton dined with the railroad adversity anti I

.. P.ible or sacred texts In 100 different the! senate favorably the house resolution \'lctllIlTht' prosecutor says he has
that could 'wai
I it return only by ;t r.-ut c. .
e i languagesEDUCATIONAL to restore the old motto **ln Clod w'jllt'ltl't" to convict Lanipiere! of having of good business fur the railroads. JJ /. """" ; ....? ..-

We Trust" to the coins. killed Mrs. GuuIt'.10,1 her children 6: "': ?- J
V : ,
Socialists Debs "
; Name Again. 0- "
: out of revenge for being cast off
I ) $122,662,710 Fort he Navy. It uo\\ appears( that the woman had I The outcome of the national .onvn I Ii
_. The senate has added more than $17.- DI&RRIIAVA
i Socialist whi -h
trawling agents: to follow up her matrimonial tion of the party. < met
(KJO.UiX to the naval appropriation bill
:
the week the
adxertlseuicnts by urgingmen at t'hlraso;: during was
t) Professor Bawden'Won't Resign.! I as it came from the house, making the Interested to visit her ; nomination of Ku-ue V I ebs: to head "". 'h'M"u.: .
President Dabney of the University I' total $1- Jjt :..l0. or the largost on their presidential ticket this being the t: ;. ) "

s of Ciuc-iuiiati has asked for the resignation record. The Increase In pay to the enlisted Montgomery's Shortage Grows. third time he has been the Socialist(

of Professor 11. II. Bawdeti of ( men Is reduced to 10 per cent. As the: result of further investigationinto candidate for president Prior to the few do-raof, this remedy will ln-

the departluent of philosophy becauseof As finally agreed;: upon in conferenceand the affairs! of the Allegheny National bnllotlnz W I> Ilaywond had withdrawn vnriahip) cure an ordinary alt.t k vf

the IIrh'alt'iews held by the latter passed by both houses the pay of htn'tht" shortage of Cashier his name as a candidate for the dtarrticoa.

._ on the question! of ma rrl:1e. It was navy officers I is fixed as follows: Admiral Montgomery, who was arrested last nomination. Ifenjamin Hanford of It c.m always be depended upon

saod that the request was inspired by $13.500: first nine rear admirals week on the charge of embezzlement New York was named for vice president even cramp in colic the and more cholera severe attacks tf

i i. thTdisclosures made by Mrs. Bawden $8.000; second rear admirals or com bas increased to $1.330.000./ :( It"u It 13 equally succtrtf for morbns.

concerning the effect of her husband's modore. $tS.Oi>0: ("aptalnI.O(); coin brought out that he bad used a secret Instructed For Johnson. dwrrhosa and cholera infantnm bummer ia
.e their home life. wander $3.500 lieutenant commander. panel door to make his chiMren
peculiar views on : exit when the and is the means of saving
-. Professor Bawden promptly announced $3.000: lieutenant: $2.400: ensign. bank examiner visited the institutionand The Minnesota Democratic convention the livesof many children each year .

w .l that he would not resign and would $1.700. Midshipmen at the Naval academy then hurried to the Farmers Deposit at St Paul unanimously Instructed \\hen reduced with Water and

Ve : ,. contest the effort to remove him. sub- will get $000 and after graduation bank to procure funds by means delegates to the national conventionfor sweetened it in pleasant to take I h\
Governor Johnson, the Bryan faction Every man of
mlttiag the justice of his: case to the $1.400. of a temporary loan from Henry Rei- I a fnmily sh..ald"k* p "
at the last joining In the vote for this remedy in hia home. Buy it
American people. Mrs. Bawden says No Betting at Bennings. ber. now serving sentence as the defaulting Inks 25c. LARGE 4oTt
SUE
I that the professor's views have changed The: house passed unanimously the teller of that bank. Montgom- Continued on page 7T t'A


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