The Florida star ( May 29, 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 29, 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:
UF00075901:00286

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

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TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1908


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I GS OFTHE

PRESENT WEEK

P tn ots h tat mi to rEeats
Trara g Abot Ton
av ya tried a grape punch, 5 cents
at t Banner Drngi Store.
For dressor work shoes go to
B.rnin's.
Mr. W. S. Banning spent Monday
d Tuesday visiting with relatives
n Grove Springs.
Mr. H. B. Mace left for his home
in Wilnlsm rgr, N. Y., Wednesday
anmpuanied by his valet, Mr. John
Getx.
Mr. G.M. Robbins left Monday
afternoon for Jacksonville and Talla-
ba-ee to look after law business in
thMe eitin
Mr. Geo. F. Eney, of Tropic, spent
a part of Tueday in town and called
at Ta Sra office. He came up to
Itosville for the purpose of doing
mooe shopping.
Dr. W.L. Hoghlett was called
Monday in coummatio with Dr.
Spell to visit Capt. P. Nelson, of
South Titusville, whose continued ill
heath is deeply deplored.
Mr. Jas. T. Sanders, of Miami,
came up Wedrebdwa morning bound
for Orlandoto transact somebusi-
Sea before Judge Jones, who is hold-
ing court in Orange county.
Mr. C. B. Kinanw" and little son,
Charlie, expect to leave next Monday
for a three months' visit in Kentucky
and Ohio. During their absence
Ma Clerk Kingman threatens to
join the local fastidious fabricators'
ldub.


A letter received by the editor
frim Mrs. L M. Wetmore states
that she arrived safely at her desti-
nation in East Orange, N. J., and
was met by friends. She had a fine
am trip up and is enjoying herself
very ame All nature is very beau-
tifl thee now and Mrs. W. says
further, Wh I could send some of
the mae rain we had last night to Ti-
tsville."

Miss hel Wilson, with some of
the yoou people here, gave a sur-
pri-s patil party to Mim Annie Bat-
tle last iday night. The large and
olly ewd a gathered at the residence
ef Dr. Wfoon about 7*30 o'clock and
wlted to Mis Battle's home just
a .tftown. Though a complete
aren MiMAnnie was equal to
the ee- on, everyone reporting hav-
ing had a rar good time.
Death of C. W. Doolittle
SWoad was received here this week
of the sad death of Mr.C. W. Doo-
litte, who died in Atlanta last Sat-
urday morning. The father is still
in Atlanta but is expected to return
tommow. Deepest sympathy is ex-
teLnd to the young widow and rela-
tive of the deceaed young man, who
was well known in our town.
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's

Special prices in boys' and youths'
suits. Extra big reduction in men's
thing, price makes no difference,
they must go.
Trunks and dream suit cases at spec-
ial pries.
Juuus KLINE,
Titusville Fla.
Oraa e a.d Grapefruit Tres
Grw at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hikr hammck.r Free from white
fly. e year to two year old buds.
Pries from 25 to 35 ents Careful-
ly paked and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GawvIs.
Shiloh, Fla.
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Sincerely, Commander Indisa River Camp No. 47, the east or ocean sideof the Iaian never
F. P. McCAL, P. C. U. C. V. Bargais in Trees at the Narrows, described as follows
lotP.2-yearoldr.apef-ruit.buds. Lot No. section 35 ,alslotNo.. c-
Sods Fou1 for Sak Wood For Sleajb tion 36, in township 31 sout, range 39
Soda Fo for Sale WoodFor Sale Marsh seed an Standard 30This d is unimprvd butfin-
With charging apparatus, glasses and' Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- cents each. $25.00 per 100. lylocated. For further particulars ad-
r3 feet eoil, also a nt roaster. Ad- ing and harrowing. See or address J. J. B. BEACH. dress EM. .Low.
dress G., STAa ei W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. West Palm Beach, Fla. Brockton, Mass.


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"OUTWARD BOUND" LATEST NEWS 'Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP
I Whether your vacation this suan- &a" ftUtat
Sis to bes t on the briny deepINCIDENTS MNDAY E 1,AND PERSON
ior at some lively resort, your pleas-
ure will be greatly enhanced and Persoll PrUgnp A t People talt Ladies' readymade drawers, made, mS tUl Abolt the Pl op of Tft-
your enjoyment doubled by a good of good quality of domestic, with
supply of attractive clothes. Tr el Hrm au TherT wide flounce and hemstitching and flle as Thfe Come Ud Go
Our Schloss sunmr suits are just i Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titsvie. tucks, special 29 cents per pair.
te thing for rt ovation wDr. MlerDentiLadies' readymade undersrts. Follow the crowd to the Banner D
Swell new designs in handsome The strongest line of work shoes made of good quality of lonsdale Store for cold drinks and ice cream.
clothes, cut with an original styling at Branning's. with 16-inch ruffle of embroidery. Vici and gun metal oxf4rds, best.
that will go far to make you "the worth $1.50, special 9~,ents. at Branning's.
only pebble on the beach. Mr. L. S. Andrews, of Cocoa, was Readymade sheets, 72x90, special
Prices $109. to $2S in town Tuesday. 50 cents each. Mrs. J. E. Miller and her sister
For the best goods, most reasona- Miss Halfern arrived here last Sat- White auto cloth, specially shrunk, Mrs. Strong, left Wednesday for St.
prices, call o or send yor or- y on a excellent for ladies' skirts, special 15 Augustine, then go north to spend
ble prices, call on or send your or- urday from Indianola on a visit o cents per yard. the summer.
W INSTON S. B ANNING her friend, Mrs. Emma Renaker. Indian Head linen, already shrunk, the summer.
WINSTO SMr. D. B. Pritchard has his hydro- Monday's special, 19 cents per yard. Peaches, grown in Florida, have
Up to Dat Clothing Hose lane hauledoutfor reairsand in Readymade pillow cases 45x36. made their appearance in the stores
Ti, Florida. plane le d out for repairs and in worth 20 cents, Monday's special, 14 here. Florida peaches are very late
TitusvilleFlorida. the event of his securing a light cents each.
weight motor will probably enter her Chiffon panama, 38 inches wide, ripening this year.
Result of Pti ary lertion in the 4th of July power boat race. worth 75 cents, Monday's special, 49 Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett returned to
The County Democratic Eecutive cents per yard, black only. Georgia Sunday afternoon and Mrs
The County Democratic Executive Master Rufus Robbins, from Stet- Black mohair,38 incheswide, in Gorgia nda fternon and Mrs
committee met last Saturday and son, Richard Robbins, from Rollins, all the newest shades including black Pritchett and the children followed
canvassed the returns of the primary Miss Mollie Robottom and a girl and blue, special 49 cents per yard. Tuesday. They'will spend the next
election held in Brevard last week. friend, from Pell-Clark Hall, and Wash silks, in all the latest shades, four months at Conyers, Ga.
The tabulated report of these re- Miss Elizabeth Stones, Bessie Tift, n north 75 cents, Mon- Capt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, ar-
tns is too voluminous for us to day only, 59 cents per yard.
turns is too voluminous for us to Forsyth, Ga., have all arrived home Rajah silks in all the latest shades, rived Monday and left Tuesday tor
print ih detail, consequently we have in the past day or so for their sum- including Copenhagen blue, 27 inches Vero, where he will spend a week
decided to do away with it and pub- mer vacation. wide, worth 75 cents per yard. visiting hisdaughter, Mrs. F. C. Gif-
lsh instead the total vote in this Ladies' hand bags in all the up-to- ford, and his son, Mr. N. O. Penny.
ounty for candidates where there The New Smyrna Breeze of last date styles, prices from 75 cents to
countSaturday states that Mr. and Mrs. S50. The June examination of teacher
was a contest. C. L Berge and daughter, Miss Ma- Ladies' belts in all the newest for Brevard county will commence
For U S. Sentor-Beard 15,r their sum- shades and styles, special 50 cents next Tuesday, June 2nd, at the high
Broward 267, Fletcher 84, Lamar 82. left Wednesday foreach. s .
For Governor-Brown 40, Gilchrist mer home in Adelphia, N. J. Mr. Unbleached Sea Island domestic, school building at 8:30 a. m. The
129 Stockton 297 Berge owns one of the prettiest Monday's special, 14 yards for $1.0. examination will be conducted by
S A- homes in New Smyrna. He also re- Mail orders promptly filled on any School Superintendent John R. Walk-
For Attorney-Ge Ellis 1 cently purchased seventeen acres of of the above goods er.
oTrammell 2 erApl6.fruit and vegetable land west of s KNE, Titusville. Mr. Will Strahn, a former resident
Croom 9o Kptror-rd 17. town which we understand he will of Mims, arrived in Palm Beach re-
For Railroad Commimioner-Dunn improve in the fall. recently from Havana, Cuba, where he
For R d Cn The Rev. W. H. Cresson will hold has been for the past eight months
21 Irvine 31, Jackson 73, Julius Fractured Right Arm service in St. Johns church, Eau Gal-
aloonMr. J. W. Taylor of Shiloh, fr lie, on Sunday morning next at 10:30. as agent for the International Cor-
mo nat-n R m wl Mr. J. W. Taylor, of Shiloh, fraf- i ate respondence school of the United
Wat t enator-Hudson 248tured his right arm just above the Ga bris c Titille, on Sun States. Mr. Strahn will spend a few
Watson 220. Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun:
For State Representative-Hous- ristjoint Monday. He was getting day, May 31st, at 11 a. m. and in St. days visiting relatives and friends be-
ton 165, Stewart 272. out of a vehicle and placed his foot -Marks church, Cocoa, at 7:30 p. m. fore returning to Cuba.
For County Treasurer-Hatch 241, on the tire, which was very bright. The last issue of the DeLand News
Sams 214. and his foot slipped as he jumped to Tan oxfords, men and boys, at
For County Commissioner, 4th the ground, his whole weight falling Branning's. says that Mesers. LeSoeur Gaelden
Dist.-Heaton 62, Robinson 50. up on i- and F. E. Wade have bought the
For County Commissioner, 5th upon his right arm resulting in the Loss of Left Arm garage formerly occupied by Butner
Dist.-ockshutt and Hansell tied on fracture. In three hours time ohnnie Fraser, a youth in the m- anGordon. The ne proprietor
33. was brought here, where Doctors Johnnie Fraseryouth in thee- ad Gordon. The new proprietor
For Member School Board 2nd Dist. Hughlett and Spell set it. It will ploy of the Titusville Lumber Co., intend to make it a thoroughly up-to-
-Caker 70, Sngleton 85. take about six weeks for recovery, age about 18, brother of Mr. J. W. date establishment and have added
For Member School Board, 3rd Fraser, of this place, met with seri- to the former business by putting in
Dist.-Arnold 82 Frink 65. Arrested For Criminal Assault ous accident at Mims last Saturday a line of irrigation plants, steam heat,
Hon. Wade H. Jones is elected A white man by the name of Wm. by which he narrowly escaped with etc. They have also instituted an
member of the state committee;
G. F. Duren, member 2nd congress Register, who has been working at his life, and, as it is, met with the auto hack line to meet all. trains at
sional committee; W Hughlett the planing mill of the Titusville misfortune of losing his left arm by Orange City.
and M. 8. Sams, members of the Lumber Co., was arrested Tuesday falling under the wheels of the loco- -- -
senatorial committee, 13th district, near Oak Hill by Sheriff Brown and motive of the Titusville Lumber Co. Globe-Wernicke Elastic book cases
County Eective Cmmittee- Talkig machines, records and needles
Geo. B. Gardner F A. Mo F. brought back on train 29 that day At the time this occurred he was HoUa g t and copper paints
Travis, W. RRoesch C. J.F.Camp charged with attempt of criminal not on duty. Saturday being pay FURNITURE, DRY OODS SHOES
bell, F. A. Drake, R. T. Smith, S. A. assault upon a white woman Mon- day he intended to come to town to Ru. carpet and linoleum. Matting
Osteen, C. D. Provost, D. St. C. Nis- day night. It is understood that have some dental work done, and Baseballs, mits, masks, gloves
bet, J. W. Griffs, S. F. Gray. Register is from Georgia, where he called to Engineer Stone to slow CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34
For Justices of the Peace-1st does not bear a very good reputa-
Dist., L K. Myers; 2nd Dist., B. R. tion. He will probably feed at the down so he could get aboard. In do- Have You Bn Waiti for his?
Wilson; 3rd Dist., W. H. Cresson; county's expense until circuit court ing so he slipped and fell with his ve Youingor is
4th Dist., J. M. Sanders; 5th Dist., convenes next October. left arm across the rail and the trucks I want to go to Colorado for a cou-
W. R. Roesch; 6th Dist., G. M. Brown; passed over it pie of months.
7th Dist. E. Svedelius; 8th Dist., no Hawes $3.00 straw hats at Bran- He was brought t hi rthTo get expense money I will do
vote cast for justice; 9th Dist., G. F. ning's. He was brought to h brother your dental work for a ridiculously
Ensey; 10th Dist., tie between T. -- ---- residence and on Sunday it was de-Ilow price. Some of the more ex-
Chambers and A. B. Carter, one vote Notice cided that amputation was necessary, pensive work, such as gold crowns
each; llth Dist., J. E. Reed; 12th T, Melrf r .I. llia. River m~ No. 47. as the arm was too badly crushed to i and enamel filling, you can get for
Dist., C. H. Nauman; 13th Dist., Thbir Sons an.i .uluhten. one-half the usual price.
W. C. Peterson save it, and doctorss Wilson and Ut- You must come within the next
For Constabe st Dist., am in receipt of a communication ley performed the operation very two week and you must bring the
For Constable-lst Dist.. P.H. from the executive committee of the!
Roberts; 2nd Dist., J. N. Waller; 3rd Arlington Confederate Monument as- successfully. The patient is getting cash. Make your appointnents so
Dist., C. R. Tartar; 4th Dist., J. C. sociation appealing to you individually, along nicely and no unfavorable there will be no di.applointment.
Gibert; 5th Dist., N. E. Kinneard; and to all other members of the U. J. svmptoms have b.en manifeted. DR. MILL.ER, Ientist.
6th Dist., Leon Adams; 7th and 8th Vs. for the sum of 50 cents each. for manifested.
Dist., no votes east for constable; the purpose of erecting a suitable mon- Patent oxfords, latest cuts at Bran- Notice
9th Dist., C. D. Stuart; 10th Dist.. ument to the 265 Confederate soldiers *ni oi Sthol board waaurant No. -. i. -
th .^ n.h D' atyt Oh t.who are resting in a beautiful plot of ning's. School board warrant No. 7.795 is-
Tuttle; th Dist., J. E. Fields; ground now known as the Confederate sud to Miss Marret Carter. March
12th Dist., B. W. Watton; 13th Iist.. section of the Natienal cemetery at Ar- Notice l ,r is lost. anrs
F. M. Wilson. lington, which is in sight of Washing- At a special meeting of the Indian and others are a; .ised not t( pay
ton city. If those wishing to contribute c a arrant.
Notice to the Public will send contribution to me. at Titus- river Haulover Outing club, a cor- said arrant.
ville, I will see that it gets into the portion duly organized and existing JoH-, R. WA1.h:i.
This is to notify the people of Cocoa proper hands promptly. Thecommittee i under the laws of the state of Wis- Supt.
M. E. church south and people at large suggested that the contribution from consin, the name of said corporation
that Rev.W. W. McCord, formerly of each camp be sent in one check. 'was changed to Indian River com- For Sale Chelp For Cash
Atlantr, has been appointed assistant I quote from the closing paragraph pany. Dated May 4th, 1908. Six acrts and a hal of improved
pastor to itusvile circuit to be located of the committee's letter: paJOH. Dated May 4th, 198e. onix acres and a hal o improved
at Coo so to give Cocoa congrega- "Comrades we are all grri o JN S. MAIN land on Merr Island. kn
tioas services every Sunday. Brother Death will soon dissolve tie last of our ----- - the Sidney Carpenter place. Title per-
McCord is responsible for all assess- camps. What a happy thing it would Photograph Gallery feet. Address
ments made on the church for 1808. be if each camp before it goes shall Go Faust, the photographer on MRS. R. J. FINE,
I etto give up anyartof the work, have in its meetmg place the pictureof Julia street, for artistic photo. All Punta (;orda, Fla.
yet God is being the whole circuit to a monument at Arlington to our dead, work rst class and promptly attend
such an extent that it demands more completemple and worthy to stand in the to. Crayon, pastel, water colors For Sale Cheap For Cash
service than uone man eanvupoe. May home of oLee. es full oil t a specialty. About 88 acres of h on
God's ricest b5ssing be upon us alL W. S. NoawooD. il __t spewlty. About 88 acres of good high land on


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The Tamps Tribune says: F. LI
cCllo, owner of the Gelf Mt
chine and Autoe wrk a wer known
oung manu of Tam slas claim to
slgnal hboors as the tivestor of a
revensta apparatus for tarbe en-
glass. Tests made by the navies of
the world reCarding turbine euLaes
resulted In the ding that but oae
erios drawback was apparent, this
their ability to reverse them gaquick
ly as reepoat-lgt egines. It was
neceamary to have a separate turbine
eagae cmnneted up with which to
reverse. The Invention of Mr. Mc
Cjllough it is claimed will do away
with this and awaken a new era in
the manufacture of turbine engines.
la his patent Mr. McCullough has
maJe both sets of paddles reversi
bk_ This was made possible by ar-
raninga his lever clutch so that it wil.
rasp one set of paddies thus allow-
lag the other set to work and vie-
versa. The clutch is so arranged that
It will release that set and start the
other set In motion.
It is claimed that some of the finest
engineers in this country and Europe
have attempted to Invent a reversing
apparatus for turbine engines but
without success. Mr. McCulloch has
forwarded models of his patent to


Washington and expects to soon have
his invention patented.

Lake Mohonk Congress.
Lake Mohonk, N. Y., May 20.-The
fourteenth annual session of the Lake
Mohonk conference on international
arbitration, opened today with four
hundred delegates present It is the
the largest meeting in the history of
the conference. Dr. A. K. Smiley, its
founder, welcomed the delegates in an
address saying that much has been
done to promote peace. James Brown
Scott, a member of the second Hague
conference, made an address.
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TEXTILE MILL OUTPUT IS
OVER A BILLION A YEAR.
I g Ierease Comaing From Additiom of
LiUwe Making to Aamroeam Fier and
Fabtl Produtlkm
Linen does not figure at all in the

valuation of $1 'WO00000 that the gov-
ernsmet places upon the output of the
textll mills of the United 8tats--cot-
ton. woo slk and other fber goods in-
eluding th product of washing an ad
dyeng mills. Lnen appears only In
the lst of imports at a valuation of
absut fA1nW000
It Is a striking fact that the value
of the annual output of the A -rekp
textile m=1 amounts to very nearly
as much as the total capital invested
In this Industry, which is nstimted at
$143 The value of the tetil
output of the United States s eceed-
ed only by the value of food products
and Iron and steel manufactures.
The annual dividends of textile mill
exceed $80000.0 a year, or $7T000 )W
a month, not a dollar of which has
bee until now earned from the manu-
facture of linen from American ax.
The next figures for textile production.
however, will Include the output of
the Oxford linen mills Just established
In Massachusetts. These are the pio-
eer mills in the United States, em-
ploying a new process of American In-
vention which overcomes the obstacles
heretofore presented to the making of
American linens n competition with
the cheaper labor of Russia. Belgium.
Ireland and other foreign countries.
In addition to fiber and fabrics the
Oxford mills make a lane mae~bmery
"waste" and "oxolint" for surgical
purposes. The latter product is oe
for which the medical profesloa has
long been cooking as a substitute for
surgical cottons now In general ue.
Lnen is preferred for the reason that
t is more highly absorbent and non-
Irritating.
Town Gains Fame From Its Cakem.
The town of Eccles. near Manches-
ter. England. has gained considerable
fame from the fact that It I the home
of a currant cake that is now known
the world over by the name of Ecctes
cake. It il made in the following man-
ner:
Rub Into one pound of Sour a quar-
ter of a pound of lard. one teaspoonful
of baking powder and a pinch of salt.
"lake Into a paste with Ice cold water.
then roll out thin and spread little bits
of butter over. and fold over and roll
out agnln and spread butter over once
more. and roll ani then fold up. Take
a pomnt! of cunrrnts; wash and dry
them. Then add a ttespoonful of van-
nllsa roll out a piece of paste about
I the size of a large saucer, put in the
renter two tablespoonful of currants.
a piece of butter about the size of a
small nut and a tablespoonful of sugar.
Wet the edges of the paste and gather
them together. turn over on the board
and roll to a round cake. Bake In a
hot oven twenty minutes.

A Smile
i a pretty hard thing to aseomplish when
voo're blue. bilious and ot of arts. There
ia square cure for all kinds of stonanch antd
liver complaints. constipation and diysrpsia.
Ballard's Herhine is mild. vet absolutely ef-
ft-tive in all cass. Price .0 cents per bottle
.old hy Titusvil'e Pharmacy and Banner
Drug S.tore.
The happiness of life consists in
something to do. something to love and
something to hope fer.-Dr. Chaimers

Good for Evwrybody
Mr. Norman R. Coulter. a prominent archi-
tect. in the Delbert Buildinr, San Framnisco
ays: "I fully endorse all that has been said
of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It is
good for everybody. It corrects stomach,
liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and
efficient manner and builds up the system"
Electric Bitten is the chest spring a medicine
ever mold over a droggists counter; as a blood
purifier it is unequaled. 50 cents at Banner
Drug Store.


CASTRO'S INSOLENT CONDUCT

Yale Lecturer Say V-emme Excels
Any Other Cemntry In Exasp~rat
Ceotentiousnmm."
Robert C. Morris of New York, eoun-
sel for the United States government
before the Venezuela claims commis-
sion, who has been delivering a series
of lectures at Yale on "International
Arbitration and Procedure." said in bis
last lecture:
"The history of Veneuela's foreign
relations shows that during her whole
national existence for exasperatlng
cotntentiosess she excels. with ex-
cepti any other country in the word.
Rut even to any one unfamiliar with
that post record a most casual exam-
lnation of the voluminous cerrespond-
ence relating to the Ave claims now
pending clearly shows that the pa-
tience of the state department has In-
deed been sorely tried by the attitude
of contemptuous disregard and Insolent
defiance assumed by General Castro's
government.
"For our government to acquiesce in
Venezuela's defiant refusal to arbitrate
these claims would be to establish a
precedent equivalent to giving a guar-
antee of Immunity to very Irresponsi-
ble Latin-Amerlcan government which
chooses to rely on tts weakness as an
excuse for dishonesty and nsolence.
Congress Is not only justified but In
bonor bound to authorize such meas-
ures as will assure justice to American
eittiens-that Is. f necessary, to make
use of force in demanding arbitration."

Good Words for C*-e-berle-'s Cough

People everywhere take pleare in testi-
tying to the good qalities of Chamberlain's
Coagh remedy. Mr. Edward Philies of
Bauehy. Md.. writes "I wish to toll yeo that
I eam recmmead Chamabriaia's Couih Rem-
edy. little girt latherine who is two
years : has beea taking this remedy whea-
ever she had a cold sdaee sae wa two moths
old. AbIut a muthwte I munacted a dread-
ful old myself, but I took Chamberlain's
CAwgh Remedy and wassioun as well as ever.'
This remedy for sae by Titusville Phar-
macy sad all dealers.

Publish Your Recip.
Conteuding that it is a misfuortue
that recipes for dishes known only In
particular locallties are not more gen-
erally used. the Produce Market's Re-
view of LnIdoN says:
"The famous griddle cakes of York-
shire require only to Ib eaten once to
remain in the memory. particularly If
the cook makes the lavish we of cur-
rants. Th* national tart of England Is
made from the apple. but it is im-
mense:y Improved by the addition or
currants. Norfolk 1 chiefly associated
In people's ms nd with suckiog pigs.
and they are always served with the
so called plum sauce, which consists
of bread and currants. Cornish people
produce a very delicious so called
*heavy cake.' made from currants. It is
singular that diet customs should have
such great longevity and yet seldom
spread beyond local confines. It would
be a good thins to publish various local
recipe, for this would certainly lead to
their being more generally used."

Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy
There is probably no medicine made that is
relied upon with more implicit confidence
than Chamherlaiu's Cilic. Chtolera ad Diar
rbmea Remedy. During the third of a ten-
tury in which it has b en in use. people have
learned that it is the one remedy that never-r
fails When reduced with water aldd sw-4-t-
ened it is pleasant totake. For sale by Titus-
ville Pharmacy and all dealers.


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.il- :' ,DOINGS OF THEPRESENT I "OUTWARD BOUND" LATEST NEWS Special Sileat"Kline;s I LOCAL GOSSIP t


:tt WEEK I i Whether your vacatibn this summer -:I AND INCIDENTS Bargains in Etery Department AND PERSONALS

is to be spent on the briny deep i MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1908.
a? i lor at some lively resort, your pleasure -
JJ:. Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events !'! will be greatly enhanced and Personal Paragraphs About People that Ladies' readymade drawers, madeof ,Something Abont the People of Titus- '_
of domestic with
good quality
,
!ff your enjoyment doubled by a good I I
Transpiring About Town 1 I I' supply of attractive clothes. I Travel Here and There wide flounce and hemstitching and vine as They Come and Go

v Have/ you tried a grape punch, 5 cents I] Our Schloss summer suits are just: Dr Miller, Dentist, Titusville. tucks, special 29 cents per pair. Follow the crowd to the Banner DrugStore
Ladies' underskirts
I the thing for smart vacation readymade ,
wear. i iI
; Store. I
; the Banner
It at Drug. j I Swell new designs in handsome. The. strongest line of work shoes made of good quality of lonsdale for cold drinks and ice cream.

f- For dress or work shoes go. to clothes, cut with an original styling at Branning's.Mr. with 16-inch ruffle of embroidery, Vici and gun metal oxfords' best
Branning's. that will go far to make you "the I worth $1.50, special 99 cents. at Branning's. '
only pebble on the beach. L. S. Andrews, of Cocoa, was Readymade sheets, 72x90, special
,,' .. Mr. W. S. Branning spent Monday Prices $10.00 to $20.00. in town Tuesday. 50 cents each. Mrs. J. E. Miller and her sister

: and Tuesday visiting with relatives For the best goods, most reasonable Miss Halfern arrived here last Sat White auto cloth, specially shrunk,J Mrs. Strong, left Wednesday for St.

'. ... in Grove Springs.Mr. prices. call on or send your or- urday from Indianola on a visit to cents excellent for yard.ladies' skirts, special 15 Augustine, then go north to spend

..H. B. Mace left for his home ders" to her friend, Mrs. Emma Renaker.Mr. Indian per Head linen already shrunk, I the summer.

"I" in Williamsburg, N. Y., Wednesday WINSTON S. BRANNING : D. B. Pritchard has his hydroplane Monday's special, 19 cents per yard. Peaches, grown in Florida, have

accompanied by his valet, Mr. John Up-to-Date Clothing House hauled out for repairs and in Readymade pillow cases, 45x36, made their appearance in the stores' ; ,
Geltz. worth 20 cents, Monday's special, 14
1ft. Titusville, Florida. the event of his securing a light cents each. I here. Florida peaches are very late .

}' Mr. G. M. Robbins left Monday -------- weight motor will probably enter her Chiffon panama, 38 inches wide I ripening this year.

r'- afternoon for Jacksonville Talla- Result of Primary ElectionThe in the 4th of July power boat race. worth 75 cents, Monday's special, 49 Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett returned to

hassee.to look after law business in County Democratic Executive cents per yard, black only. Georgia Sunday afternoon and Mrs.'ritchett .
Master Rufus Robbins from Stet-
,
Black mohair, 38 inches wide, in
those cities. committee met last Saturday and son, Richard Robbins, from Rollins, all the newest shades including black II'' and the children followed

: Mr. Geo. F. Ensey,of Tropic, spent canvassed the returns of the primary Miss :Mollie Robottom and a girl and blue, special 49 cents per yard. Tuesday. They"will spend the next

a part of Tuesday in town and called election held in Brevard last week. friend, from Pell-Clark Hall, and i Wash silks, in all the latest shades, four months at Conyers, Ga. : ,

F at THE STAR office. He came up to The tabulated report of these re- :Miss Elizabeth Stones, Bessie Tilt, 24 inches wide 59 cents, worth 75 cents, Monday Capt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, arrived -
Titusville for the of doing turns is too voluminous for to only, per yard.
purpose us Forsyth, Ga., have all arrived home Rajah silks in all the latest shades, Monday and left Tuesday tor I
;.: some shopping. ,print ih detail, consequently we have I Vero where he will week
in the past day or so for their sum- including Copenhagen blue, 27 inches spend a
:! Dr. W. L. Hughlett was called decided to do away th it and pub- mer vacation. wide, worth 75 cents per yard. visiting daughter, Mrs. F. C. Gifford -

Monday consultation with Dr. lish instead the total vote in thiscounty Ladies' hand bags in all the up-to- : and his son, Mr. N. O. Penny.
The New Breeze of last
Smyrna date styles, prices from 75 cents to
Spell to visit Capt. P. Nelson, of for candidates where there Saturday states that Mr. and Mrs.C. $2.50. The June examination of teachers
South Titusville, whose continued ill was a contest. Ladies' belts in all the newest
L. Berge and daughter, Miss Ma- for Brevard county will commence
For U. S. Senator-Beard 15, shades and 50 cents
health is styles, special
deeply deplored.Mr. '
bel, left Wednesday for their sum- next Tuesday, June 2nd, at the high
Broward2G7 Fletcher 84 Lamar 82.
Jas. T. Sanders, of Miami, For Governor-Brown, 40, ,Gilchrist mer home in Adelphia, N. J. Mr. each.Unbleached Sea Island domestic, school building at 8:30 a. m. The

came up Wednesday morning bound i 129 Stockton 267. Berge owns one of the prettiest I Monday's special, 14 yards for $1.00. examination will be conducted by
k for Orlando to transact some business -I homes in New Smyrna. He also re-' Mail orders promptly filled on any School Superintendent John R. Walk-

before Judge Jones, who is hold- For Attorney-General-Ellis 107, I cently purchased seventeen acres of: of the above goods.
Trammell 236. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. er.Mr.
s ing court in Orange county. fruit and vegetable land west of: Will Strahn, a former residentof
For Comptroller-Appleyard 66
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Mrs. C. B. Kingman and little son, town which we understand he will --I Mims, arrived in Palm Beach recently -
Croom 294, Knight, 17. Church Notes
'r Charlie, expect leave next Mondayfor For Railroad Commissioner Dunn improve in the fall.Fractured from Havana, Cuba,where he
a three months'visit in Kentucky The Rev. W. H. Cresson will hold I has been for the past eight monthsas
213, Irvine 31, Jackson 73, Julius Right Arm service in St. Johns church, Eau Gal
and Ohio. During their absence agent for the International Cor-
Salomon 27. lie, on Sunday morning next at 10:00: I
Mail Clerk Kingman threatens to Mr. J. W. Taylor, of Shiloh, fractured respondence school of the United
For State Senator-Hudson 248,
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Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
join the local fastidious fabricators'club. his right arm just above the States. Mr. Strahn will spend a few
Watson 220. Gabriels church, Titusville, on Sun
For State Representative Houston wrist joint Monday. He was gettingout day, May 31st, at 11 a. m. and in St. I days visiting relatives and friends be-

A letter received by the editor 165, Stewart 272. of a vehicle and placed his footon Marks church Cocoa, at 7:30: p. m. I fore returning to Cuba. ; -

from Mrs. L. M. Wetmore states For County Treasurer-Hatch 241, the tire, which was very bright, The last issue of the DeLand News
that she arrived at her desti- Sams 214. and his foot slipped as he jumped to Tan oxfords, men and boys, at
; safely
says that Messrs. LeSueur Gauldenand
Commissioner ith Branning's.Loss.
For
County ,
< the ground his whole weight falling
nation in East Orange, N. J., and
Dist.-Heaton 62, Robinson 50. F. E. Wade have bought the
was met by friends. She had a fine For County Commissioner, 5th upon his right arm, resulting in the of Left Arm garage formerly occupied by Butner

)- sea trip up and is enjoying herself Dist.-Cockshutt and Hansell tied on was fracture.brought In three here, hours where Doctors time he Johnnie Fraser,a youth in the employ and Gordon. The new proprietors

very much. All nature is very beau 33.For Member School Board 2nd Dist. Hughlett and Spell set it. It will; of the Titusville Lumber Co., intend to make it a thoroughly up-to-

tiful there mow and Mrs. W. says -Chalker 70, Singleton 85. take about six weeks for recovery. age about 18, brother of Mr. J. W. date establishment and have addedto

to. further, "Wish I could send some of For Member School Board, 3rd ---- Fraser, of this place, met with seri- the former business by putting in

the nice rain we had last night to Ti- Dist.-Arnold 82 Frink 65. Arrested For Criminal AssaultA ous accident at Mims last Saturdayby line of irrigation plants,steam heat, ,

t" tusville." Hon. Wade H. Jones is elected white man by the name of Wm which he narrowly escaped with etc. They have .also instituted an '
member of the state committee;
G. F. Duren, member 2nd congres- Register, who has been working at his life and, as it is, met with the auto hack line to meet all. trains at

: Surprise Party sional committee; W. L. Hughlettand the planing mill of the Titusville misfortune of losing his left arm by Orange City.GlobeWernicke.

t Miss Ethel Wilson, with some of M. S. Sams, members of the Lumber Co., was arrested Tuesdaynear falling under the wheels of the locomotive ----

the young people here, gave a surprise senatorial committee, 13th district. Oak Hill by Sheriff Brown and of the Titusville Lumber Co. Elastic book cases
CountyExecutive CommitteeGeo. Talking machines, records and needles j
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> pound party to Miss Annie Battle back train 29 that this occurred
brought on day At the time he was House, boat and copper paints
B. Gardner, F. A. Morgan, S. F.
,,. last Friday night. The large and Travis, W. R.Roesch, C. J. F.Campbell charged with attempt of criminal not on duty. Saturday being pay FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES 1

jolly crowd gathered at the residence F. A. Drake, R. T. Smith, S. A. assault upon a white woman Mon- day he intended to come to town to Rugs Edison, carpet and Columbia and linoleum.batteries Matting

ef Dr. Wilson about 7:30 o'clock and Osteen C. D. Provost, D. St. C. Nis- day night. It is understood that have some dental work done, and Baseballs, mils, masks, gloves
walked to Miss Battle's home just bet, J. W. Griffis, S. F. Gray. 'I Register is from Georgia, where he called to Engineer Stone to slow CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 34 3
For Justices of the Peace1stDist. does not bear a very good reputa-
s south of town. Though a complete ., L. K. Myers; 2nd Dist., B. R. tion. He will probably feed at the down so he could get aboard. In doing Have You Been Waiting for This
surprise, Miss Annie was equal to Wilson; 3rd Dist., W. H. Cresson; county's expense until circuit court so he slipped and fell with his
,
the occasion, everyone reporting having 4th Dist., J. M. Sanders; 5th Dist., convenes next October. left arm across the rail and the trucks I want to go to Colorado for
had a rare good time. W.R.Roesch;6th Dist.,G. M. Brown; passed over it. pIe of months.To 'I'Iw
7th Dist. E. Svedelius; 8th Dist., no Hawes $3.00 straw hats at Bran- get expense money I
Death of C. W. Doolittle vote cast for justice; 9th Dist., G. F. ning's. He was brought to his brother'sresidence your dental work for a
Ensey; 10th Dist., tie between T. and on Sunday it was de- low price. Some of the i
Word was received here this week Chambers and A. B. Carter,one vote Notice cided that amputation was necessary, ; pensive work such as gold
of the sad death of Mr. C. W. Doo- each 11th Dist. J. E. Reed 12th and enamel filling, you can
; ; To Meroliers Indian River Camp No. 4Tbcir as the arm was too badly crushed to!
little who died in Atlanta last Saturday
one-half the usual price.
Dist. C. H. Nauman 13th Dist.
; Sons and Daughters.
J morning. The father is still W. C. Peterson.For save it, and Doctors Wilson and Ut-I You must come within the

in Atlanta but is expected to return Constable-1st Dist., P. H. 1 am the in executive receipt of committee a communicationfrom of the ;ley performed the operation very I two weeks and you must

tomorrow. Deepest sympathy is extended Roberts; 2nd Dist., J. N. Waller; 3rd Arlington Confederate Monument as- 'successfully. The patient is gelling j ji : cash. Make your
to the young widow and rela- Dist., C. R. Tartar 4th Dist., J. C. I sociation appealing to you individually i along nicely and no unfavorable there will be no
tives of the deceased young man,who Gibert; 5th Dist., N. E. Kinneard; and to all other members of the U. C. ,i have been manifested. I'I'i DR. MILLER, _
was well known in our town. 6th Dist., Leon Adams; 7th and 8th Vs. for the sum of 50 cents each, for I;I symptoms_ ----
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Dist., votes cast for constable the purpose of erecting a suitable mon- !i Notice
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Patent oxfords, latest cuts at Bran- 1
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's 9th Dist., C. D. Stuart 10th Dist., ument to the 265 Confederate soldiers I I. '
; who are resting in a beautiful plot of cing !! School board warrant No. :
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Clothing Jas. Tuttle 11th Dist. J. E. Fields
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ground now known as the Confederate I I sued to Miss Margaret Carter.
Special prices in boys' and youths' 12th Dist., B. W. Watton; 13th Dist., section of the National cemetery Arlington 'I Notice 2, 100S for $, .OO i is lost.

suits. Extra big reduction in men's F. M. Wilson. which is in sight of Washington At a special meeting of the Indian and others are ad ised not
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clothing, price makes no difference, said warrant. 4,
River Haulover club
Outing a corporation -
will send contribution to at Titus- .Mass.'I
Notice the Public me
,they must to (1 JOHN R. .\
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ville, I will see that it gets into the I< duly organized and existingI
Trunks and dress suit cases at spec- This is to notify the people of CocoaM. proper hands promptly. The committee I I under the laws of the state of Wisconsin 1.
ial prices. E. church south and people at large suggested that the contribution from the name of said corporation I i -
JULIUS KLINE that Rev..W. W. McCord of For Sale Cheap For
formerly each camp be sent in one check. was changed to Indian River com-
Titusville Fla. Atlantr, has been appointed assistant I quote from the closing paragraphof
pany. Dated May 4th, 1008.i Six acres and a half of t
pastor to Titusville circuit to be locatedat
the committee's letter
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JOHN S. MAIN, Sec. land Merrills Island, '
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and Trees Cocoa, so as to give Cocoa congregations "Comrades we are all growing old. I 1 I
Orange Grapefruit services Brother I the Sidney Carpenter place.
every Sunday. Death will soon dissolve the last of our
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high McCord is responsible for all assess- camps. What a happy thing it would Photograph Gallery fect. Address \ .
hickory hammock. Free from white ments made on the church for 1808. I I be i ii each camp before it goes shall !i Go to Faust, the photographer, on MRS. R. J. :- !
fly. One year to two year old buds. I regret to give up any part of the work, I have in its meetmg place the picture of Julia street for artistic photos. All Punta Gorda, '
God is the whole circuit to
blessing
yet a monument at Arlington to our dead,
Carefully !
t Prices from 25 to 35 cents. work first class and promptly attendedto.
such an extent that it demands more complete and worthy to stand in the For Sale Cheap For
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and
packed and delivered at Oak Hill service than one man can give. May I home of Lee. Respectfully, : Crayon pastel, water colors h 1
station. J. W. GRIFFIS, God's richest blessings be upon us alL W. S. NORWOOD, I I oil paintings a specialty.. About 83 acres of good high ,
Shiloh, Fla. Sincerely, I Commander Indian River Camp No. 47, the east or ocean side of the t.
F. P. MCCALL, P. C. I U. C. V. I Bargains in Trees at the Narrows, described as
Fine lot2-yearold grapefruit buds Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot
braying Soda Fountain for Sale Wood For Sale I Marsh seedless tion 36, in township 31 south,
and
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:: Drayiaf or hauling of all kinds promptly I f east. This land is unimproved I 1.
', attended to. Meet all trains. With charging apparatus, glasses and I Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- cents each, $25.00 per 100.I ly located. For further
H. HOLTOM. 32 feet coil, also peanut roaster. Ad- ing and harrowing. See or address J. I B. BEACH. dress E. M. i .
Titusville Fla. dress G., STAR office. I W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. 1 West Palm Beach,.Fla. Brockton,
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: ?4ic '% -. Florida Quotations. r

The New York Packer of Saturday,

referring to Florida products on the
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:f r. f ". T, York market, says: ;;

:t ..,. Fancy Florida tomatoes are much r Spaulding'sASE
'.' "'tt :wanted on this market. Receipts t
: fi
:-; .. Jifl' r have been comparatively light and I iq

; I.! J" i'when the real thing in fancy stock Is '

t=. 7 ; shown, buyers can be found in plenty, :

: ;:;'- -; to'take It at good pnces. During the ; I 0 BALL andSporting

tE'c week fancy tomatoes sold as high as

4 .: $3.25 and choice from $1.50 to $2.25. 1rM WN r I7r

cS;> .*' Present arrivals however, are showIng I Goods

; ft:..i} a wide range in quality and Inferior -

:: \. f stock sold below these figures. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
II IIP21ELtN
.: J i, ; There are too many string 'beans t t c ; ; I

; / on the market at 'the present time C0a
sf7 DREWJACKSONVILLE
; / .. THE H- & W. B.
... w i- for prices to be high. Florida beans
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: 'When good sold around $1 per basket FLA.

I.: ii;1 i and, some a trifle higher. There Is ,

. <: :very little life in the movement of The.Trade supplied at the same wholesale pricesf.
%; from f. o. b. Jacksonville as charged by Spauldmg on shipments -
I '!>ri5I,. ;Tifi- I *eggplant, most sales ranging from New York. Save the freight
$L5Q to $2.50 per box. Light shipments -
Send for Catalogue
.1 .? ...u ;:: .of green corn are now coming I

p: ": ,C' the quality generally being good TjJ.i'fiiJEEl ff "',,1.\ '

{ :, enough"to bring a ready sale. Prices

' m" ranged around $2 per crate. Peppers ,

f .t' _' are moving very slowly at $1.50 to i

.-; -_ $2.50. per carrier. ,
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tc, 1; 1i i- H..t- State Press Officers.At / FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

$t.W; ?" the recent meeting of the State

''t : l .: ,. Press Association In St. Petersburg, -Washington Star. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL H, Ic)*1 ,

; the following officers were elected for
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No 99Dally No. 29 No. 78 I No. 98
rbT: g the ensuing year: MAIN LINE Dally Dnil
Dally920am >
4t' : : J: l M. T. Hetherington, of the Lakeland TEXTILE MILL OUTPUT IS CASTRO'S INSOLENT CONDUCTYale 610 pm LT_.... &CklOnYW.AI 735pm -- .b Ii ...'
; president. II 825 pm 10SS am Ar.._fit.AulfUsUn..LY <10 pm 111 a',
News
Ji\. OVER A BILLION A YEAR.Big Lecturer Say Venezuela Excels 732 pm 1143am123pm LT..... Ease r..l&tka.--Ly 5(4 pm C3 art
I.t-t '\_, W. B. Powell, of the St. Petersburg i 1112 pm Lo__Ormond_Le S2tpm 4 i4 ama
f., to Any Other Country In "Exasperating 25 pm 134pm220pm LTD.y D. "..,,.., LYHrzJ'm 410.riSUaa
'* 4. .. Independent, vice president. Increase Coming From Addition of Contentiousness." 1010pm Lr_New 8myrnaLy 2QJ.m *
T., J. Appleyard of the Florida Index Linen Making to American Fiber and 1118 pm 129 pm Lv.-Tltusville.Lv 111 pm ,A a.
l L:, ,' Robert C. Morris of New York coun- 1200nt1204am 412pm Ly..Cocoa Ly US'lpm 152 ..
.. Fabric Production. I 1 28 1 .9 am
'. Lake City, secretary. sel for the United States 415pm Ly..nockledge. t 'B
m'tt government === :== :
Linen does not at all in the 1239,am1249am 450pm Lv EanGaille 1154amII 1 II am
figure
_[ J. W. White of the Fraternal Record before the Venezuela claims commission 600pm IHMelbourneLY 44 am I S aw
valuation of $1,200000000 that the government 250 am 700pm LT..._.... -Fl. Pierce._._LT 9 Mam 1115 pw
._ } i" Jacksonville, treasurer. places the output of the who has been delivering a seriesof 600am 904pm .......,\\est Palm Beach._LT 73< .m5M 954pr
upon
!. : of the following lectures at Yale on "International 6% am 1046pm Lv..Ft.Laaderdale.Ly ) am 7 71 Hi
:(t The appointment textile mills of the United States-cot- 735amflOOOam 1143pm7V ...... ....' Miami -._..- LT 500am510pm' pat
Arbitration and Procedure. said In his t : ::
;_ 4 i' standing committee for the year was )am =
ton wool silk and other fiber goods in- 0
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( last lecture: t1100am1050 am Ar.HonJe._.. ._Ly -2 10 pm 15
: y I announced by President M. F. Heth cluding the product of finishing and The history of Venezuela's! foreign fSOOpm Ar__Knight.Key bock-._..Ly ,":.::.='.. '.:-1Wleas.. ...-

I;v".".", : < .. 'erington. : dyeing mills. Linen appears only in relations shows that during her whole Dally except Sunday. t'undays and Thursdays only. {Tuesdaysand v+turdave only

$' Executive Committee-Harry L. the list of imports at a valuation of
for
pj" ; national existence exasperating PALATKA BRANCH _
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Brown Frank E. Harris, Frank L about 22000000. contentiousness sue excels without exception -
,, Leave
_f > It is a striking fact that the valueof EAST PALATKA Arrive 1 Leave PALATKA TO I IP.aka6'A
:,\. Mayes R. R. Tomlin and J. H. the annual output of the American any other country in the world. 'lItka TO PALATKA P.latk& Palatka EAST PALATKA
"
Pout to unfamiliar with
even any one
" .it ,. Humphries. textile mills amounts to very nearlyas I am _.....No. f6 Pally.650 am &M..m _.....No. 47 D..ny. ...-.... 61t am6'S
t.' t.\.i Legislative Committee W. I.. that past record a most casual examInation am _No. 48 Dally....,.,,. 846 am 800 am .._No. 49 Daily........... 8!J .e
much as the total capital investedIn of the voluminous correspondence t 25 am _lco. 50 D11I1_ 945 am 1115 am 1'0. 61 Dally.-...... 11" loa
ft. Straub, Eugene -Matthews, C. L.Bittmglr. this industry, which is estimated at Li '.0 am _No. 62 DanY121apm 25apm _No-i.} 1'1111. _., ;s is p.405pm _
t' 1 relating to the five claims now ___So. 64 Dally_ 425 pm 430 pm _Na 55:>> Drily...._. 45apeg
$1:1 t3,324,005. The value of the textile pending clearly shows that the patience 105 pm _.o. 6& Daity-.1- pm 70s I'm _No. 61 Dally.__..\ i 2S pas
vs. Membership Committee S. R. output of the United States is exceeded of the state department has In- --7.S pm _..._'o. r.s Dally.___... 155 vm 800 pm, ......__..No. fl9 Dally...... ..... A 71' "" ,-

'y Hudson, S. Bobo Dean Columbus B. only by the value of food productsand deed been sorely tried by the attitudeof SAN MATEO" BRANCH ..

.., Smith. iron and steel manufactures. contemptuous disregard and Insolent Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive Leav---SAN MATEO TO f ytrrtveask
,
's Finance Committee W. B. Crawford The annual dividends of textile mills defiance assumed by General Castro's p.latka/: TO.SAN MATEO Mateo San MSa.:O EAST PALATKA I pal East+ A8'O.m

., S exceed 80000.000 a year, or $7,000.000 gen ernment. _So. 49 Dally_ 850 am 8 .m ..No. 50 Daily..... ......,,82 ads'
! ;1 H. H. McCreary, Ellis B. Wager. a month not a dollar of which has "For our government to acquiesce In 2 l'i I'm ...........5\). M P.lly_.......?. all' pm 140 I'm ......_....NI). i-I f.lIy.... .. /p lsfx
y Arbitration Committee-W. B. Har been until now earned from the refusal arbitrate .. _
Venezuela's defiant to :t 1'0.19 ,0.17 MAYPORT No. 18 No.l ; 'o 24
its W. E. Grlffis. W. F. Stovall J. A. facture of linen from manu-I these claims would be to establish a D.lly Daily Daily BRANCH' Dally I Dally I! Lull

Crosby, A. B. Newton. The next figures for textile production I precedent equivalent to giving a guarantee -
I 600pm 200 pm 943am LvJaekwnvllle..Ar 700 am : 1210 pm GOO psi61Opm
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of
however will Include the
Resolutions and Memorials Com- output of Immunity to every Irresponsible 244)pm.1024iID IYI'abloBf'&cb..LT 820am t40am alp-:
r- the Oxford linen mills just establishedin Latin-American government which G:''''m 215pID1026aID; .Lv.Atlantlelleach.Ly liS am tl3rlam 61Sp.
mitee George W. Wilson Rev. 1... D. _710"ml001"oI10. am.Ar.- ..M&Yf'OrI.LY am ttom 500N's.
Massachusetts These are the pioneer its weakness ="--
choo"es to rely on as an
+ = .t Geiger Rev. Frederick Pasco J. 1\[. mills in the United States, em- 3 JCo. I 1'(0.' Z 150 4 1'(0.' S No.10Daly
excuse: for dishonesty and Insolence.! .
Dally Onll' CUr Braad. Dally Dally Dally Sa.tllil Iruelt I Dally
,;.4 Caldwell. C. V. S. Wilson. ploying a new process of American Invention "Congress Is not only Justified but In e>< Rne !I. RunJ' u.SUD. U.t1uD. U. 80D. l5.Fa4, _

!i Publication Committee-Harry 1.. which overcomes the obstacles bonor'bound to authorize such measures s49pm 900am LvNew8myrnaAr. 115 pm 600 pm 800 am LvTitusvlll.Ar.1230pm
heretofore to the of ;;5 1.10 10MIm LY.Lake HeleDLY.t2l1pm .Upm ,roam Ar. Sanford LT.\ 910 am
1F Brows H. A. B. McKenzie T. J. Ap- presented making as will assure Justice American 1:6 pm IOroam Lv.Oraags Qty Lv.1220 pm .10 pm _............M.. ......
'"" pleyard. American linens in competition with citizens-that Is, If necessary, to make ) I'm 1100am Ar.Oranrr8 Qty Je 1215 m 400 m ...__._... ..............._._. _..T.HI .... .. .

F the cheaper labor of Russia. Belgium. use of force in demanding arbitration." "A"tleDIi made.t K.Ieitta Key nQ foe Kay west sad R.y....
Inventor of Reversing Apparatus Ireland and other foreign countries.In .
fhf"lI. TIME TABLES .. .
air sbowthetimesatwhie4 ar.i.T" .- t. arrive -
)r The Tampa Tribune says: F. L. addition to fiber and fabrics the Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough and depart from the several statl.oa; ba'their arrival er 4Iapartare a&,...times
McCulloch. owner of the Gulf Machine Oxford mills make a linen machinery"waste" Remedy stated I.Iuaranteed,nor don the Company.; held Uull responsible for any delay
or aav eon.eyaeaee .rialalf th..fm.For _
< < J and Auto works, a well known and "oxollnt" for surgical People everywhere take pleasure in testifying Copy et,...L.caa Ttme Card or O&b..lar.rm6t10a
of claim to purpose" The latter product Is one to the good qualities of Chamberlain'sCough "SEE TIlE TICKET .GENP"
Tampa, lays
man
young for which the medical profession has Remedy. Mrs. Edward Philips of .! D RAHNER, Aulata.t General Pa.... Alt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
signal honors as the inventor of a Balchy.)Id..writes: "I wish to tell you that
e
L long been looking as a substitute for
I[ can recommend ChamberUm a Cough Rem-
reversing apparatus for turbine en surgical cottons now In general use. edy. My little girl Catherine who is two

gines. Tests made by the navies of Linen is preferred for the reason thatIt years old:bas been taking this remedy when --- -- ---- -
the world regarding turbine engines Is more highly absorbent and nonIrritating ever she had a cold since she was two months
old. About a nionthapo I contracted dreadful -
resulted in the finding that but one cold myself, but I took l."bambt'rlain's ,

serious drawback was apparent this Town Gains Fame From Its CakesThe Cough Remedy and was ) as well as eVtr.' Thr
This remedy is for sale by Titnsville Phar
,t7'...4-;" their ability to reverse them as quickly town of Ecclcs. near Manchester. macy and ail dealers.

?i as reciprocating engines. It was England, has gained considerable = Health is
necessary to have a separate turbine fame from the fact that It Ig the home Publish Your Recipes. !. ,
of currant cake that is now known that It U fortune '
I- a Contending a mm
1 engine connected up with which to More Than
:.. the world over by the name of Eecle that recipes for dishes known only In
The Invention of Mr. Me- [0]
reverse. cake It Is made in the following man- particular localities are not more gen- WealUh

., \ Callougb it is claimed will do away ner: erally used, the Produce Markets Re- :.:-
Z with this and awaken a new era in Hub into one pound of flour a quarter view of London says:

;# the manufacture of turbine engines. of a pound of lard one teaspoonful' "The famous griddle cakes of York' i .attaeor U.seBALLARD'S

I In his patent Mr. McCullough has of baking powder and a pinch of salt shire require! only to be eaten once to ::. .e3aer LINIMENT+<<-.

Make Into ft paste with Ice cold water rem?.In In the memory particularly If ..
{ male both sets of paddles retersi n: .
' then roll out thin and spread little bIts the cook makes the lavish care of cur KING t,
bk. This was made possible by ar
of butter over and fold over and roll ran J'. Th. national tart of England I E TSNOW
4 : j ranging his lever clutch so that it win out and butter over once OF I
again spread made from the apple but it i< immensely }
_ '* grasp one set of paddies thus allowIng more Bud roll ana then fold up. Taken : improved by the addition of q :: J! THEM\

r the other set to work and lie porm of turrets wash and dry currants. Norfolk I is chiefly! associated ,; _.,.u-..-..-..... LINIMENT j t

-,: ver a. The clutch is so arranged that them Then add teaspoonful, of van- In peoples minds with suckle; pi-. ALL f

it will release that set and start the nllla; roll out a' piece of paste about and they are always served with the AND
the size of a large saucer put in the
i i other set in motion.It so called plum sauce which consistsof l .
tenter two tablespoonfuls of currants, bread and currants. Cornish people will always have good health. What Is to
is claimed that some of the finest you more A man
a piece of butter about the size of a delicious called health? All tho In
produce a very so than good money the world can't make
engineers in this country and Europe small nut and a tablespoonful of sugar. heavy cake. made from currants It It happiness where health is unknown Ballard's Snow UnimcntrrITDrJCcheunaclf51'

- rd have attempted to invent a reversing Wet the edges of the paste! and gather singular hit diet customs should ha"esuch Cuts Burns, Sprains. Neuralgia

: apparatus for turbine engines but them together. turn over on the board great: longevity and yet seldom V Joints, Contracted Muscles, -.
without success. Mr. McCulloch has and roll to a round cake. Bake in a spread beyond local confines. It wouldhe Back and all Ute Ills thAt Flab b Heir to.

4 : forwarded models of his patent to i hot oven twenty minutes.A !. n good thin? to publish various local One Who Knows.

:; Washington and expects to soon have Smile recipes, for this would certainly lead to

1 ;Y ; his invention patented. their being more generally u ed." J. G. Scott, Salt Lako City trtah. writes; I cannot
i* & pretty hard thing to ncromplish when Ballard's
too highly praise your Snow
vou're blue bilious and out of sorts. There Liniment for
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and the relief of acute rheumatism
,
causod l
sudden
a4 Lake Mohonk Congress. is a sure rare for all kinds of stomach and y (change
Lake Mohonk N. Y., May 20.-The liver complaint*. rn n!'t>jntion and dv!']i'>p>-ia. Diarrhoea Remedy and exposure to the weather. I also rlK utnnll'nd your
i Ballard's Horehound
for
Bollard's Herhine is rniM. vet absolutely ef There is probably no medicine made that w Syrup coughs and cuUia.
it fourteenth annual session of the Lake fWtive in all ca_. Price SO cents per bottle : relied upon with more implicit confidencethan Tact used together aeJy all pain.
:, "v Mohonk conference on international S M nv Titnvnl Pharmacy and Banner '. Cliara'f rlaiu's Colic.Cholera ad Diar GET THE GENUINE. Three Sizes
Store.The 25c. SOc $1.00
Drug rhoea Remedy. During the third of a "(,0- ,
i.- arbitration opened today with four .1' tury in which it has been in use, people hate
a,6 hundred delegates present. It is the happiness of life consists l tn learned that it is the one remedy that never

.ttIj; e. the largest meeting in the history of something to do something to love and fails When reduced with water and swett. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. f7
cued take. For sale Titu
for.-Dr. Chai it is pleasant to by -
something to hope :hers
)1 the conference. Dr. A. K. Smiley Its I ville Pharmacy and all df'atf'1'8.CASTORIA. 300-502 Nortli Sxon4 Street,

founder welcomed the delegates in an
Good for
address saying that much has been Everybody ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
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}Ir. Norman R. Conifer, a prommet architect !-
'.. done to promote peace. James Brown in the Delbert Buildin,ban Francisco j
says: "I fully endorse all that has Wen Mid
# Scott a member of the second Hague of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It is For Infants and Children.

'aer conference, made an address. good for everybody It corrects stomach
: Sold and
mss/ liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears Recommended byTltusv111o .
CSaTORSA.14f't : efficient manner and builds up the system
: B4an tics Ito Kid Yon Ka<9Slgaatvn i,3 BtU t1s Electric Bitters is the he t spring n edicin theSignature .
: : ever sold over a druggists counter; as a blood P.lln .I111'OY i121ciBannoi'
: f'1J purifier it is un lualed. 50 cents at Banner oft .

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:;UJ WS The extension dredge Minetta No. ,1 efficiency of service and practically: absolute -
,"' GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF .
and Excavator No. 3 are now at workin BEST FOR THEBOWELS secrecy.!

1 Indian channeL The machines TELEGRAPH LINES URGED. 1 Newspapers Would Benefit."I .

: JiffiFLORIDAMM? are engaged in making improvements mast admit In all fairness that the
$! Representative Gary of Wisconsin i
., vi l '- to the railroad embankment' at telegraph tolls for news dispatches are
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F,,:; ?:.f If yes havca't a ftplar.healthytDoyeme1lof'he Argues For National Control and -
: }" M. that place. In a few days the dredge bowtU every day jroa'ra Ul or will H. Keep yoa Operation-Cites Telepost to .Prove fairly reasonable, quite as reasonable ?
.. ; Done. Towards the Dafilopai jowel open,and be well. Force,to the shape of as companies'paying dividends on
= Mikado
will be 'sent to assist
thereto vtolant physic or pUl poison la dangerous. Th. That Lower Rates and Better Service
-c Peninsular the other machines. At Indian Key smoothest easiest most perfect way of keeping Are Possible.Representative enormous quantities of watered stock
JV, .it of the the bow.U clear and clean Is to take can make. But a government tele- g

there Is a 'very swift current and CANDYCATHARTIC Cary of Wisconsin
3Eore
than two hundred conversions graph operating a rapid automatic system -

} .arereported ,from the great Culpep- much work has to be done there to) father of the bill providing for govern- such as the Telepost could reduce ,F

-ij; keep the banks of the railroad from ment control of telegraph lines made rates to so low a cost that newspapers '
:pef revival in progress at Live Oak.
: washing away. Miami News-Record. a speech In support of his measure, in even In cities of the third and
}f};; .}Construction work on the SeaboardAir I With which he said: fourth class could afford a special telegraphic +
an increase in the past two
j;; 'f':..: line's big phosphate elevator at "In the mere matter of office rental service from Washington 1' .
. '' : Fernandlna is almost years of 300 per cent. in the numberof which Is the source of more Interest to
(: half completed. i there would be a saving of perhaps -
importations at Tampa and 1
recognized the general public than all other cities ;
c"G.; Brainard of Valkaria, Brevard 1,500,000 a year, inasmuch as the "
as one of the leading import com biDed.
county, is dead from lock-jaw caused telegraph, being a part of the postal
. centers of the country, a representative EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY ------ -- --- --- I
;, by an orange thorn penetrating his the Pleasant Palatable. Potent Taste Good. Do system, would be operated from the ----
'..? foot of department of agriculture Good Never Sk ken.Weaken or Gripe; 30,2S and federal buildings in which the post- What Ails You
CO Cents Write and book
perbos. for free sample
asv a pure food inspector, will soon
let oa health. Address 433 offices Do feel
are located. The greatest ad- you weak tired despondent
The work of erecting the new government be sent to Tampa with authority to I Starling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York vantage however, would be its free- have frequent headache, coated tongue, t

fUr buildings' at the Santa Rosa withdraw any and all samples from KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN dom from bonded indebtedness and bitter or bad taste in morning 'heart

W quarantine state off Pensacola has the examining rooms for analysis.j! stock Issues upon which the telegraph burn belching of gas acid risings In

been commenced.The article throat after eating stomach gnaw or
Any of food or drug found Impure -
Privates George Roberts and Jos- companies now pay dividends. burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or

total potato output in the will be condemned.-Tampa eph T. Henry of 111th Company Take, for example the Western Union variable appetite, nausea at times and

Hastings section St. Johns county Tribune.A Coast Artillery were given a prelim- which pays a 5 per cent dividendon kindred symptoms? .

was about one hundred thousand bar i few days ago while getting shell inary hearing before Judge H. L. $100.000.000 of stock and 4& per If joTr-fe ve any considerable number of Elb

rels. ,Prices were not satisfactory. tor the city from their shell mound Crane and bound over tothe cent upon $38.000,000 of bonds. It above toms you are suffering
today '
from i1Iouln t Id liver with Indl
t Sigo ,Myers of Savannah will soon down the river George Kinzie came United States District Court at Jacksonville must earn for this purpose nearly $7.- ape Prfa p '! ( oIdeMe3iral

begin the installation of a huge distil- across an oyster shell that is the the first Monday In June. 000,000 a year in excess of its sinking Iaco very made u p of th.* mflva111ablp !

' lery plant in Jacksonville, which he largest ever seen in this section. The Bond was fixed at $500 which it fund requirements. In these circumstances medicinal principled known to

expects to have in operation early shell measures ten inches long and the government would reduce ippdicai vlence for thy rpp&?1pn'cure ot
( the to give as
would not profit men such abnormal 1 conriT g. It Is a most
next month. looks as though it must have contained the telegraph tolls at least one-hal/ between -
they would be rearrested by the mil- efficient liver invigorator, stomach tonic

The Tampa News says that with an oyster fully nine inches in itary authorities on a charge of desertion. all points and pay its employees bowel radiator and nerve strengthener.The

length and wide in proportion. Such 20 if not 30 per cent in excess of "Golden Medical Discovery nota
perhaps, 6,500 polls paid and an exemption .-St. Petersburg Independent.
.. oysters are not served nowadays in the what they are notf receiving and give patent medicine or secret nostrum a
list of nearly 1,500 the qual Captain Heilner commandant of at the same time a greatly improved full list of its ingredients being printed

fled voters of Hillsborough county eating houses of the country and the the Pensacola Navy Yard has prohibited service. on Its bottle-wrapper and attested under

number about 8,000 shell in question is quite a novelty. the landing of all vessels at the "With Improved methods of trans- I I oath. A glance at its formula will show '

Fort Myers Press. that it contains no alcohol or harmful '
{. The peach in Florida it is reservation. Inasmuch as
crop predicted government mission and with proper economy in i habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract .

will be the largest of years. The contract for the erection of M. the vessels were competing with the constructing its flies the governmentcould 1! made with pure triple-refined glycerine,

Frank D. Warner of Gainesville will Stachelberg & Co.'s immense factorywas street cars and the workmen at the duplicate the Western Union of proper strength from the roots of the i .

ship 12,000 crates. In all about 125 awarded yesterday afternoon, at navy yard were boycotting the street plant for a sum not exceeding 15000. I following native American forest plants, '

car loads will be shipped from the the office of Miller & Kennard the cars on account of the strike, this or- 000. I know one system of rapid telegraphy viz., Golden Seal .root, Stone root Black
Cherry bark. Queen's root Bloodroot, and
State. architects to Levick & Mobley the der will be a severe blow to the striker which would require the mini- :Mandrake root.

; The city council of Daytona has lowest bidders out of six who com- I *. The navy yard Is nine miles mum of wire service and which mightbe Tbe following leading medical authorities 1
'
passed an ordinance providing for extensive peted. Their figures are $37,560 from the city and the workmen will be constructed for much less than the roots among for a the boat cure of others of lust such extol aliments the foregoing as the ,

which includes all of the factory fur- compelled to return to the street cars. sum I have mentioned. This system above symptoms Indicate: Prof.R Bartbolow, .
street improvements. All I M. D.. ot Jefferson Med. College.Pbn.: Prof.
nishings except the office furniture. of the Is known as the Telt>post. the inventionof H.c. Wood M. P..of Unlr.ot Pa.:: Prof-Edwin
fines from the city court will be de- The Altoona correspondent i
Patrick Delany an electrical engineer M. Bale M. D- of Uahnemann Med.College
voted to the special fund for the im The contract calls [or' work to beginon Tavares Herald contributes the following of distinction who served a long Chicago: Prof. John King M. D.. Author of
American Dispensatory; Prof. Jno. M. Scud-
the erection of the in
provements.An building to that paper Among the apprenticeship as an operator. By this der. M.Anthorof Specific Medicines; Prof.
Laurence Johnson M. D..Med Dept Cniv of r
ten days' time and the structure is
artillery company is soon to be most enterprising farmers and fruit system l.OUU words a minute can be N. 1:".; Frof. Finley Elllngwood. M.D..Author !
to be ready for occupancy by September growers Is Mr. T. F. Johnson. Last sent over any circuit of reasonable of MaterU Medlca and Prof in Bennett Medical '
organized in Pensacola a sufficient College, Chicago Send name and address +
the 15. Tampa Times. year the fruit off of 125 grapefruittrees length, say from New York to Chicago on Postal Card to Dr. R.V. Pierce. Buf
number of
having
men signed preliminary 'at a minimum price of 25 cents falo. N. Y. and receive free booklet giving
enlistment roll. This will Word has been received from Con- brought him $%.300. chufas $900 extracts from writings of all the above medical -
-t for fifty words. authors and others endorsing in the
gressman Sparkman that an additional and melons What other section many
be the first artillery corps in the Florida 1000. A Million Words In Sixteen Hours. strongest possible terms. each and every Ingredient -
State appropriation of $25,000 has been could do as well? Mr. Johnsonis of which Golden Medical Discov
Troops. "A single wire operating between ery'I* composed. '
made for Ocala's public building I a man of thrift and industry and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and
Convicts are at work on the county these cities would carry from 8 a. m. Invigorate stomach liver and bowels. They
which will be very gratifying news is one of Lake's best citizens. By the
road in Dade county between Home- till midnight nearly 1.000,000 words. may be used In conjunction with "Golden
Hon. R. A. Burford having receiveda he made nearly Medical Discovery"if bowels are much con
sweat of his brow agovernor.s If the average telegram contains twen- and sugar-coated. .
; stead and Perrine. About thirteen stipated. They're tiny s f
telegram to this effect. Ocala will salary last year. His success ty-five words Including address and
miles will be built completing the
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have a very magnificent public baled speaks volumes and shows what signature it will be seen that one Tele-
t: road from West Palm Beach a distance
ing-one that would be a credit ta can be done in Florida. post wire would carry within the limits Tar dinsr JlsabbSeto1ucAtandEoe-
:? of 100 miles. of a commercial and a newspaperday ButUing Boot nn Px.+li ltt4. }
any city in the country. It is splend- the schooner
morning
{ The members of the Baptist congregation Yesterday 40,000 messages. It is a safe assertion
RUDDERHOW
idly located and if the grounds are
Hattie arrived here from Nas-
Darling
that the entire volume of busi-
i of Palatka have decided of will be
beautified as they course ,
,sau with about twenty-five passengers ness between New York and Chicago TO BOOKS
t to build a handsome new church replacing -
federal and the surrounding ,
our building -
will not exceed if It these
and a small cargo of fruit. She equals Over Vxo Forts have been built from the fines r
k the wooden structure recently grounds will be a beautiful spot. is lying at the Benner dock where a figures. To handle It would require printed in thane woks SiKcesifu.lv: tilled in
t, partially destroyed by fire. The every clime and up .n every s -Full detail
Ocala Banner. twenty wires duplexed if
or forty
.- cargo of lumber will be put on board drawing of ail pru, showing, what\ is and
material will be artificial stone and worked singly. how la nuke it-Text, exvenwly simple.
Plans contemplating the expenditure for the return trip to the Bahamas.The .
t the cost is estimated at more than "By the adoption of some such sys- HOW TO 3UILD A HAC'R FOR $50H r
of at least $100,000 in additional
trade 'between Miami and Nassau tem of rapid telegraphy it will be seen fm4T nli+a.t Pcn-71.L.iWtn.w.116_
i" .8000. buildings and Improvements at Fort prrrp. gin*!nutitf M...t t.e a U./!.lean the laim.M i..
is beginning to increase and it is expected that comparatively few wires would
A wildcat as large as a medium HOW TO DUILO A SKIP ACK
Dade Egmont Key, have been adopted that other vessels are soon to carry all the business between the A liD' Nnt f"r .'1._.. ....12; vr b.ortb5 abrat faihralx.r 1
R sized cur killed by Mr.'Nat Haw I .'..1_.a".ul.I.lwdt"arerc.
was
by the government and advertisements large cities. To cover all towns and .
this
: be put on the run to and from I nf, toll eau >J|>Klar ic tuapl led to l

thorne .near his house Friday after for specifications for the con port. As the pineapple season approaches -I villages where postoffices are established HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
the cat had killed one of his large would of course require greater )1,1 rand: one..1:1. a..r d"II1l: a Dela
struction of ten at the Fort .
buildings ,
laborers come over to tHan-r i-.t. ** A all4 AaiUaba eair to baud 1 m
hens. Both killings took place in many expansion: of wire service but under to wia*..... "
will be issued in a short time. The north of
In the fields
in work
engage any circumstances the plant would be HOW TO CUILD A MOTOR LAUNCHSiatplvler..ti.nL.h..eI."totte

the broad open daylight. The cat ten additional buildings will all be this place and those who are arriving less than one-fifth the size of the Western bull lor urui-h..ur !....... a.anl.eberplaaa ract a laud ,
skinned and the hide will bear
was for the use and convenience of the artillery continue up the line to Eden and Jensen Union. The enormous saving thus HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT i-

witness to the killing. The cat was officers and men. One of the where the largest fields are located. f>effected both In cost of constructionand uil A T.fin-...il..uk.w.a.'! .. '"J ulv<*r-m.....1.. barf f 9, ...*..! tab.; .....u...
bold in its hunger and got what wad
is of subsequent maintenance will
buildings contemplated a gymnasium .-Miami News-Record. HOW TO BUILD SHCAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP 4

i coming .to it. -Tavares Herald. fully equipped to cost over $10- he plain to any gentleman upon this mall A.ririr.J htiml.n;:bi,with moderate.r...rkuig sod

Shipments of cigars from Tampafor 004 This announcement further No Use to Die floor. With no dividends to pay. witha TO paHOW BUILD A FLATTII OR SHARK

the week ending May 2 were 5- confirms the belief that the government "I have found out that there is no use to and tremendous repairs saving contention in rental that fuel the bbeg r..o+D itk.ua tiM.FnTtimir In kniH!...r uraiirM ib...plr:,jn rctwr
745,000 making a very close approach has not the slightest idea of die King's of lung New trouble Discovery.as long" says as Mrs.you can J.P.ret Whiteof Dr. tolls can be materially my decreased and HOW TO BUILD MOCCL YACHTA \
of tow batU uudcl lam.if r
complete d.-rripluB la alee
a
to the standard of five millions which abandoning Fort Dade.-Tampa New Rushboro P*. *"I would not be alive to- the employees better paid seems to be : akin awn ia ails/[ow1aL. ;

had been established as a1 satisfactory diy only for that wonderful medicine. It well supported. More than this there
\ l
The total amount of the assessmentfor loosens up a couch quicker than anythingel&e PRICE: $1. EACHpacp..o .
average business during the moreprosperous the year 1907 including personal and cures lung disease" even after the will. be. as I have pointed out. a greater jf EXPRESS ANYWNIKCBounl

'times. Attendant circumstances case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable -
; property aggregates $30.422.56 and of in iol* Gold lettering-Size <-f pag.
and
remedy for'coughs colds laRrippe,
WORDS it ukh., Large,ceariy-Jrjw!
favorable to the trade COMFORTING 9 by pUns.
are this amount Mr. Adams has collected asthma. bronchitis and hoarseness is sold ender -
and the outlook Is excellent when ev guarantee at Banner Drug Store. 50c. THE RU33CR PUBLISHING CO. t
a total of $2i.;-II.68. leading a balance and f 1.00. Trial bt.ttle free.
considered.-Tampa Times>> 3 MURHV STfttCT NEW Yo..". U. S. A
erything-
of only $2,6SO.SS uncollected and Many a Florida Household Will Find a
Five defendants charged with chip- S .. The Tropical Sun's correspondentat the better part or all of this will be Them So tarktrs.ib.arr.
trees land where the He
chopping on
Raton writes that under
.Joca paper gotten in. The amount of taxes collected -
homestead entries had not been completed ------- -. -- --
date of Saturday and says: "Geo. by Mr. Adams is considerablymore
To have the pains and aches of a bad lark '
entered pleas in the United
Long shipped today afullcarofexpoitpines than ever before and the uncollected : removed; to l 1)e entire'y free from annoying: ,

off Mr. Ingraham's J, Sikai's sum much smaller than any States court yesterday and were sen- t1anefl'uSo; urinary disorders is enough to

and his own place. May 2d. he shipped other balance. Mr. Adams is naturally -I tenced. The proceedings brought make any kidney sufferer grateful To tell : newi.puritraiwtreliabihty.Ferrj'iSMds For resh-- t '

two export cars May 3d one car quite proud of his success as collector against the men are under the act how: this great change can be brought aboutvillproe ti are in a class by them b 1

to domestic market and one car the and is quite sure he will soon passed about a year ago. but prior to \ corofoiting words t.. hundreds of H ; selves. Farmers

that time while it was violation to Florida readers.A. haveconfidence'tl
4th and one car the 8th. Another ex have the full amount of the tax roll \ a5'1.1 SC:y In them because ,
will out tonight and a domestic out timber from land where the homestead Oertins.seaman, of 419 L St,Prr. port car go for the year 1907 collected and inhand. w ; Z v eanbeveliednp- -e
tells how to do it. He sayv "From my y id
car tomorrow night.T. .-Miami Metropolis.D. i entry.had not been completed it 4 t on. Lga'tesl.en-
experience with Doan Kidney Pill I can ment with cheap ,
was no violation to box and turpentine j
K. Godby has developed the bus- F. Iunlen a young fireman who strongly recomimud them to anyone in rice d H U' seedsyoursureconscientious tyliesinbning
the timber. Homer Brantley.
iness of furnishing onions tomatoes came from Valdosta Ga. to Fort I of a good medicine for the kidneys. Kidney ,'" scrdsscntoutDy }
Davis Clary and Robert B. Brown +h a
cabbage, potato and other plants until Fierce about two weeks ago died I complaint and backache caused me suffering E C fr;!.ti and trustworthy ;\t
were each sentenced to a fine of { + .
I pay at intervals for The first or second attack house.Ferry's
immense. They are shi.i years.
it is simply Friday evening in the car inspector'sshop S..d A..sal

pod into various states and he is unable of heart failure. lie came in on j l25 I while Floyd T. Brown was fine.11 I did not mind but as time went by they E a, 1 f.rlaout'1.55.-Addrea.. f iI .
tog and \V. J Davis ?200.-Pensacola OMFUHClBnUlT.MCI.KILL
and times laid I could
the I grew worse at me up. h
to fill many orders returning his .engine which was pulling the
Journal. I hardly walk and it was a difficult matter to
money sent. lie beds out sweet potatoes freight at 7:43 and asked to be re- .II t
straighten after stooping while the kidney secretions COUCHAND :
by the thousand bushels and I lien for the remainder of the'run.. Relief from Rheumatic Pains were irregularand unnatural. Duaii's THE i'

neighbors also furnish potato saying he wasn't feeling well. A substitute CURE THE LUNGS
his
i "I suffered with rheumatism fur over two Kidney Pills cured me. From personal experience -

plants Charles McKinny putting out I was procured for him. and he years,"ssiys Mr RoUnd furry a patrolmanof I know that this remedy can be depended tSi ,'
Key West, Fla. "Sometimes it settled in
1,000 bushels for the purpose:: and then went to the car inspector's shop to upon to fulfill the representations It
my knees and lamed me so I could hardly WITH Or. ;
he cannot fill all Isis orders for them. I lie down. B.V.. Johnson a hostler walk at other time it would be in my feet made for it." I King's

He has lately installed an irrigation in the yard. called for him at 9::') I One and hands night: so when I was I was incapacitated in severe for pain duty.and For Sale by all dealers. Price a+) cents. .

e plant-a $-1:>0 gasoline engine with to take him to his room supposing lame from it my wife went to the drag store Foster-Milbura Co., Buffalo, New York, sole New Discovery i i
here and came back with a bottle Chamberlain's agents for the United States. Remember thenameDoan'sand
iron pipes extending through acresan Purden to be fast asleep he called
Pain Balm. I was rubbed with it and take no other.OAS8L.On.A..
Inexhaustible artesian well furnish- and shook him and failing to arouse found the pain had nearly gone during the FOR +oucHS Ails. J
night. I kept on using it for a little more OLDS '1
all kinds of
ing the water. He has him. found to his horror, that he was
than two weeks and found that it drove the ANDALLTHROATANDLUNGTR0uRIES.GUARANTEED
up-to-date farm machinery. His placeis dead. Dr. Rollins was summoned and rheumatism away. I have not had any troy Bun the Tee Kind Tau Have iliwals Brit! :\ t

well worth visiting as the writer pronounced the death due to heart ble from that disease in over three month Bgr Sautes SATISFACTORY
For sale by Titusville Pharmacy and all dealers 14 OR MONEY BETTJNDED.
knows.-Waldo cor. Times-Union. failure.-Fort Pierce Tribune. of 41' .
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: THE FLORIDA STAR MAY 29, 1008 I



: THE FLORIDA STAR dom move backwards. The weak \
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points of the primary system ,will be HouseSo
in
r t.....' Entered 4ecou at the class poetoffice mail at matter.TitnsTille as strengthened and its objectionable Never Without Pe=ru=na My

:- a features will be smoothed out, but
Kills B.Water, Editor and Publisher. the system itself, improved and perfected Writes }[r. C. G. Convert, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING will stand. There Are a Multitude of People in

.J T SUBSCRIPTION.1.60 PER ANNUM Speaking in Harrisburg,Pa.,on this the United States n .I
:
} .i same subject, on the same day that

y Adertb'n\P1'1ic"ttnn.1bt. Varnished on the Tribune's editorial appeared, Who Have Been Restored to Health 1, l'

Wm. J. Bryan said: >

"-} ,".. '- The first primary last'week resulted "The difference between the pri- By the Use ofPe-ru-na. ,4 $ :. : t

h::4 .in little display of bad feeling any- maries and the convention illustrates There are a multitude of people In the United jffff t

-. where in the whole state. The people forcibly the necessity for primaries. States who have been restored to health by the u _

1 came out in force to the polls and When voters speak for themselves of Peruna. There is no use trying to deny this fact. .. y'rr.. ::;:. '>;;:;>; ;. ;" : I
with earnestness and mark- As a rule,doctors dislike to admit it. There is now \ :
: : voted an they say what they think and do
and then a courageous doctor who does admit,how
& -, ed degree of self control that speaks what they please. When voters put ever. In such cases Peruna is prescribed by the JJJJJ "

r' well for them. The hope is entertained their interests in the hands of inun- doctor himself. Even though the doctor suffers ;;;; ; ey + f

: r : that the second contest may structed delegates-they take chanceson pecuniary loss by such a transaction his patient is

1be conducted as orderly as the first. the delegates using the power for benefited, which ought. to be the doctor's chief

= ,.,. Calmness in the discussion of politics themselves and against voters. It is concern.We do not claim that doctors generally prescribe f( ?J' s 4cc Ft

4': r 6 and political candidates is sure evidence just such betrayals of public trust Perana. But we do claim whenever Perana is in- ;yf ; h}' .

4 of a steady growth of higher that have led to the extension of the the telllgently doctor or prescribed patient. It rarely disappoints either ,

; c wisdom and virtue of the people of primarY." ? ,

z_ ;y '; our fair state. In view of the fact that General C)' t 4.:

Gilchrist himself has never made it

3 z { The Gilchrist organs are offering generally plain that he is in favor of

t "friendly suggestions" to Mr. Stockton the retention of the primary system, C

.. J to waive his right to run in the
: it would be a good thing for the people [
4r
r, j}: second primary and let the popular I'' to know plainly and definitely

r ,bachelor candidate have clear track I where he stands on the subject. His 7 >

to the Tallahassee mansi. but we I chief newspaper supporter wants to '
a elect him and abolish the )
44 _. will bet dollars to doughnuts that primaryand MR.C.G.CONVERS.tfoJAMB
unlesss he at'once puts himselfon .
> <
: .d;'. the hints will be as wasted zephyrs record as in favor of retaining it, fi: ':':}:};'t&': \'::..
k on the desert air. If the men who we may naturally conclude that the

85 t ; a voted for Mr. Brown were sincere in Tribune is voicing his sentiments.Let r n {A{::M..'.\sir} : '}{{::};ry.v %'r'4 P'. Colds and Stomach Trouble.

Bf t: J J-' the support of him, as we judge us hear from you on that subject y. ', :;.. /M? [.C. G. Convers, Pres. Cold Storage Ice and .
general. x fvtii, } + ".3' 9 Coal Co., Hot Springs, Ark.,writes:
tT. \l them to be, we cannot see where : : : y>
y' "I had been troubled' with a serious ease
r s ; ; very
lr ; reasonably turn around and tSI
they can
From Fertile FloridaA YT of catarrh for a number of years. Having tried -

fl ;,."t vote for Mr. Gilchrist. Most oft plan is on foot to establish a can- %% +i..yy:.; j\o-y4, ;.:, many prescriptions by good physicians, I found
them will probably vote for Mr. at Gainesville. g myself no better.
Stockton. nery {1'y: "On the advice friend who b id used Perana
r Rain is badly needed at Bushnell but
kR : \ r
Y S with good results I purchased a bottle Tl e
shipments of vegetables are still being '. +f .:+ results were so good that I continued wing it.
: : :.. Paper Making From Sugar Cane made. About all the cakes have been Have, perhaps, in the last three years used a

.:;: The claim of a sugar planter on the shipped. P.DRACKEN. L dozen bottles,which have kept me from the try

island of Trinidad that he has dist Allen Holton, of San Mateo, is ship- 0 ing troubles of catarrh. I am never without a
F ping sweet corn, which is bringing 75c.a bottle of Peruna in my house.
Vs, = covered a practical method of making "One
t dozen in Boston. always gets relief from colds and lodlgci-
from the stalks of 1 tlon if have Peruna."
z paper sugarcane Reports from Dade county are that f Nasal Catarrh enatnhAIvnde.l c-suon. 1 you
-
t r after the juice has been extracted the pines will be small this season, due Mr.James P.Bracken,610 New York City, N.Y., i Catarrh of Bladder.
has attracted attention. has,occupied the office of Water Inspector of New York City [
to dry weather, and there will be fewer Mr. Michael Bouncy, 26 Fifth St., Watervliet, N.
for the past fifteen years. He carries on an extensive plumbing
The claims of the inventor are set crates than expected. Several cars Y., U
business at 61010th Ave. He is Post Deputy of Grand Knights :
forth in a report to this governmentby have already been exported. "If I h'adS.kn own of Peruna years ago I should have
of Reigns Celia Council Knights of Columbus,N.Y. He writesas <
Consul-General Richard Guenther The Japanese growers at Yamato arethriving. follows: been saved much suffering. Under carelessness and

;_ 1_ of Frankfort,'"Germany.The Last week two cars of pines "For nearly a dozen years catarrh has bothered me in one form exposure in my younger years my system got into avery
bad condition before I was aware of it."My .
increasing scarcity of were exported to England. One grower or another. I was troubled with nasal catarrh that had affected |
spruce, doctor thought that I had catarrh of the
of which my stomach, which troubled me most in the morning. My
800
crates tomatoes
shipped ,
the wood used for and for but
which is most paper bladder duly prescribed me, nothing did
netted him $2 crate. appetite was poor, and I did not seem to relish my food. Indi-
making, is well known. Active per gcsttoa bothered me at times,also. I was advised to take Peruna, me any good.
; 4
- One day last week 135 telegrams "My friends advised me to try Peruna,for which I
p search is being made in many parts and I took it as prescribed for a month when my cure was |
about produce and fruit were deliveredat am very thankful,as it has cured me in two months,
there is not trace of catarrh in
almost complete. Today a my
,i of the world for materials to take "
and I in health.
Delray. On the same'day 12 cars system, and I can say without hesitation that Peruna cured me." | am perfect
ttr the place of pulpwood. Enormous of pines, tomatoes and other producewere Catarrh of the Head and Stomach.

}, quantities of ground sugar cane go shipped from there. Kidney Disease. Mr. Frank Richter,of 809 East 2nd St.,Winona

r ., :,i 'it '. to waste at the sugar factories. The watermelon crop in East Lake Mr. Samuel A. Paxton, 1118 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo.., Minn., writes: "I take pleasure in recommending
n member 1.0.0.F. and National Annuity Association,writes: Peruna for catarrh of the stomach. Peruna cured me,
Some of it is used for fuel under the county is estimated at about 150 car-
I MI am a well man today, thanks to your splendid medicine,Peruna. and I know it will cure any one else who suffers from
,t r i. j boilers, but a very large part is left loads.H. "I was troubled with catarrh and kidney disease of long standing this disease. My catarrh was principally located in
-- ,to rot. E. Heitman, of Fort Myers, ship- when I first began ultngPeruna. I soon found I was getting better, my head and stomach. I tried many remedies with-
i ped some tardiff oranges to New York and continued taking it for four months. It cleaned out the system, out success. I read of Perun.in the papers,and fire
From time to time experiments leaving me well and strong and feeling better than I have in years." bottles cured me."

} have been made to convert the ba- recently, which sold for $6.50 a box. _._ __H __ b ___ ___ __ __ _
r - ---- --------
: .. ,' In Denaud, Lee county, the orange -
\1. gasse, or cane refuse, into paper, but and other fruit trees are blooming again. substance oozes that hardens and as "ammoniated," or "fungused" Weekly Weather Report.

r / with limited success commercially, The trees are already heavily loaded forms a pad which becomes dark fruit. The latter term is incorrect, JUPITER, FLA., May 26. 1906Ccmp .

i; : unless the Trinidad planter's claim is with fruit from the March bloom. If brown in color with age. The barkis since no fungus has been proved to
ti ; well founded. He is confident that two-thirds of the fruit sets it will be im- the only part of the stem affectedby be concerned in this disease. In this and rainfall for 1908 the week ending 1117 Tuesday.I

iff'. f he has made a valuable discovery and rossiblp for the trees to carry the fruit these eruptions, the woody portion stage die-back resembles a fruit disease DATE. MIX MIN. M\X. )IJ *.
t t :' has built an $85,000 paper mill as an until fall. May 20 91 6ti 85 tilt
; t remaining apparently healthy. caused by the withertip fungus .-. 21. 87 to (M :$
't adjunct to his sugar factory. He has I' A few crates of peaches were shipped and known as anthracnose. The 2'!. h8 77 *2 73
e J turned out worth $24 a ton, from Seville last week and next week STAINED BRANCHES 23 fe7 77 \i t3
t paper 1 .
brown or reddish spots of withertipare 2-& Hi 77 KJ 74
; ; 1< ... according to Consul-General Guen- the crop will be moving rapidly. Al- The young terminal branches lose always slightly sunken while the 25.: M 74 "H5 74
though the crop is short, the fruit seemsto 2tf. 83 67 s3 tS
t
ther. About a ton and a quarter of their leaves and turn yellow, and
be much larger than last season. brownish spots of die-back; on the so- Total rainfall for the week .3:: fiubes. '"
Lt > cane makes a ton of pulp. It is reported later become stained yellowish to called ammoniated fruits are never Departure rainfall for the week tuinae.91

k ,t : ., that the process of manufacture Die-Back in Orange Trees reddish brown by a deposit of color- depressed. It is in this stage that inches.Departure rainfall !since Jn lt. &>IBM

.,.,: ; is comparatively inexpensive. ed substances in the bark c lls. The 6.01 inches
t "-. Die-back is one of the common diseases most of the fruit falls. In severe ,
: : The planter claims that it will pay to stain occurs in irregular areas, which U.P.HsaDIN.OtScisl .
..f" of citrus trees, occurring in cases very little of the fruit will in Charge.
:" '.- '- grow cane for paper alone, leaving sometimes unite so as to cover the reach
groves where the trees have been maturity. Splitting may also
'sz -- ; the clear profit. whole surface of the branch. This
sugar as Best Healer in the World
I weakened by improper treatment or occur at the bloom end of fruits.that
' :r t by other conditions. No locality is staining of the terminal branchesmay are not stained. In this case deposits Rev. F. Ptarbird.of East Kajnionrt. )Islas.
kj Elect Gilchrist Abolish Primary be confined to a single part of I says: "I have used Buckleu'g Arnica &ln
exempt from this disease; and any ,of a clear gummy substance are usually -:. tor several, Yt'arsn my old army wuwai.
f > From the Penwola Jtmri A variety of citrus fruit trees may be the tree, or it may be general. It is found in the inner angles of the and other obstinate sores, and fioo it the lire.
i followed back of healer in the world. I use it too with great
usually by dying
One of the most remarkable editorial a
attacked by it. The damage in anyone sections at the center of the fruit. success in my veterinary bu!'ioei>, "Pnc*2V
utterances made during the the branch to the extent of several at Banner Drag Store I
; grove is usually small, but The gumming may be so extensive as
; '! t. :; present campaign is that of General throughout the state the total loss inches. This manifestation has given to surround the seeds. I -- -

ii } Gilchrist's chief newspaper spokesman the disease the name "die-back."
t amounts to thousands of dollars. Robbins & Graham Co.
.. the Tribune in which LESS CHARATERISTIC SYMPTOMS :
Tampa ,
;.. ',( .tr The symptoms are very characteristicand MULTIPLE BUDS I
( ot>::" ". '> drunk with what it, at the time, are most noticeable in the spring The foliage of trees on the verge (Incorporated)

..' ; t:: :' ::. :: thought was a tremendous lead for when the new growth is coming on. The buds on a diseased branch frequently of die-back shows a very dark green Faid-Up Capital 1 5.000
in numbers in-
'i- ". its candidate, announced in favor of develop large appearance. Usually this is the first
t. i GUM POCKETS stead of as usual singly or in pairs. This company owns lands in the
4 the abolition of the primary system I symptom tp be seen, but it is often
4 Rounded elevations or swellings, Resinous eruptions may occur, covering Indian river country on the SL
?Ef t: of nominating candidates for office. misleading because it
_ : so nearly resembles Lucie river, at New river and
known as -pockets, are often them with a resinous coat. In on
gum
t f4 t :: The election of Gilchrist and the the healthy color desired by Biscayne bay
.. found at the bases of the leaves on some cases, apparently no buds are
abolition of the constitute
: primary It
growers. may accompanied bya
: the young stems of diseased trees. formed, but resinous knots occur in PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend
tt t the Tribune's slogan now. rank growth of the foliage,and by
r. They may also be located on the twigs their place. The buds may develop
: .With the Tribune's own personal large, thick-rinded fruit. These for land list
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" preferences in the matter, we have three manifestations indicate that OFFICESAT .
tions vary in size from that of half a leaf-clusters or rosettes of shoots,
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nothing to do, but as the chief spokes-, I the tree is obtaining an oversupplyof TITUSVILLE
to a large lima bean. A cross I which are characteristic of dieback.As I. AND MUMI.
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1 section shows in the '' the disease these --
cavity woody
a progresses new
'Ii christ for governor of Florida the produces die-back. Notice
4:' portion of the stem, which is fillet shoots lose their leaves become stain-
, ; publicshouldbeinformedimmediates Young twigs acquire an s-shaped Sealed bids will be received bv the
with a clear gum-like substance. ed and die back.
ly whether or not the Tribune reflects appearance on account of their first undersigned up to noon of Monday. June

::.,' General Gilchrist's views when RESINOUS ERUPTIONS SPLITS AND "AMMONIATED FRUITS" drooping downward and finally turn 1st 1908. for the following work:
: Building a two-story addition
tike
. f'I, it calls for the abolition of the pri- Resinous eruptions are present Very young fruit on a diseased tree ing upward at the tip during the school house at Eau Gallie.. Plans to aDd

-; mary system. both upon the young and old growthof takes on a pale green appearance, growth. This is not a certain char- specifications can be seen at the store .

." The primary is here to stay. It affected trees, and may be very and often falls off. Fruits from one acteristic, as it is sometimes seen in of lie,Messrs.or at the Hodgson office of Brothers the superintendent. Eau Gal--

1 ti. ; may not be-probably is notper- numerous. They form during any inch in diameter upward may turn healthy trees. Contractors are requested to make

; s*' ; feet. It may have to be-and probably time of year, starting as rounded elevations yellowish. The rind becomes stained The above enumeration of the two to furnish bids, one for the work the board
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will be-improved upon. Bu in the bark. The epidermis reddish brown in irregular areas, accompanied characteristic symptoms of diebackwill tor to furnish everything everything; one and for turn contrac-over

L it will not be abolished for the old usually breaks in a line, exposing a by splitting. This formis aid in determining its presencein keys to completed building

convention system. Revolutions se surface from which a light resin-like often spoken of by citrus growers a grove. JOIIS R. WALKER. Supt.
Titusville
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: ttTIKK .- era in good- government will elect wise too dry for cultivation, as it is t
;. 0 <; : : Stockton. doing now in the great west, whereit What Stove:

'-: :! --: :1111'GILCHRIST Now is the time to get busy. reclaimed millions of acres, and
With my paper, The Sun, I havebeen has under ;
< way twenty-six propositions
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advocating the superior quali- embracing the expenditure of a
: .cr' ,, .juJOVereonfidenee": the ties,of John Stockton for the office hundred million dollars.I .
", :\\ i } t bas 1 convenience in
.' we.therlike
summer
'\-tI, '''''':. 'W8s'ln command of Stock- believe in newspaper publicity, ed a law to put in motion such actionas
.;.'<'.-f-r. ''i -J'a t'gees"in.* the >first primary. and I am using this means to reach will prevent the control of the a New Perfection Wick l I
t, ;.J: 1'Jii &onnts for Gflchrist's. lead. ALL the people of Florida. I do not prices of naval stores produced in the Blue Flame 03 Cook-Stove. 4
V i-PS"68: : Activity"'IS a,command-$ reach them all with my paper. state by trusts and combines, which Anything that any stove'cando

..ilf{.er-"th...lt' wins most of his fights.' He This is my own campaign for what tend always by manipulation to reduce 'the "New Perfection" will g
A has jssumed. supreme command of I believe to be the best for the people the price paid the producer ando do, and do It better. Bakes,
., Stockton's forces for the battle to be of this state.; It is entirely independent increase the price paid by the con- roasts, boils, toasts; heats the wash water and the sad
'i- fought June 16th, and with this leader of any other campaign conducted sumer. The prices that now prevailare irons,"and does it without dissipating its heat through the room 1
the.fight will be won. in behalf of Mr. Stockton. I artificially maintained by combi- to your discomfort. The -. 31
The issue in the race between am solely responsible for this and nations and trusts at the lowest point : 'd

Stockton and'Gilchrist is now clearly other matter that may appear in the that the operators can possibly live.
defined. None can fail to see it. papers of Florida, which I will sign This should be prevented and the ordinary NEW PERFECTION :
The question before the people of and pay for. law of supply and demand .
this state is: CLAUDE L'ENGLE. control instead. If this is done I believe -
SHALL WHISKEY CONTROL that the prices will range from Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove : ;

THEPEOPLFS CHOICE FORGOV- ANNOUNCEMENT thirty to forty per cent higher than
w" ERNOR? they do now.I actually keeps the kitchen cool-actually makes it comfortable. I

There is but one answer to this OF N. B'. BROWARDTo favor the extension of the em- for you while doing the family cooking, because unlike the coal ,'

ri question' and the answer is: ployer's liability act to 'all cases range, its heat is directed to one point only-right under the : j .

; NO! the Democratic Voters of the State of where the injury to an employe isnot kettle. Made in three sizes, fully warranted. If not t
Gilchrist, a good natured, happy- Florida.In caused solely by his own wantonact. n with your dealer, write our nearest agency. ;

go-lucky man with no record of work the Democratic primary held (
for the public good and with no May 19th, I received more votes than I favor an eight hour manual labor The affordaa +
!known ideas of statecraft, received any of the candidates running for day law to all governmental opera- Rwo LAMP mellow :

more votes in the first primary than United States senator. Mr.Fletcher tions.I light that is very grateful '
did Stockton, a man who has devotedhis received the next highest vote. favor the employment and en- to tired eyes-a perfect student cr family )
life to the betterment of condi- Therefore, our names will be the only couragement of our own people in lamp. Brass, nickel plated hence more durable ,. ..1
tions under which we live, so that two on the ballot which will be votedin public enterprises.I than other lamps.If .
the masses should not be exploitedby Democratic. primary to be held favor laws to require the postal not with your dealer,write our near- I' ;
the classes, and who is known as June 16th. service to be so rendered as to serve est agency. 1 'J

J the champion of principles that give I am sincerely grateful to the people the convenience of those who labor STANDARD OIL COMPANY I < -
the people liberty, equality and Hap of the several counties of the till late in the day. Incorporate) I iHAFDWAREF ,
.piness.. state of Florida for the magnificentvote I favor an extension of the free ---- I -j
This happened because the whiskey given me in the first primary.I delivery of mails, and the adoptionof s
men took an interest on account of recognize the fact that it was not a cheap parcels post.I .
Gilchrist's declaration for local op- merely a personal tribute, but that I assure you, that if elected senator -
tion. they voted as they did because they I I shall not exploit the great of- r l.
It is possible for a few very active believed> in the principles represented I fice to which I aspire to my advan-

people who are fighting for their by me on the stump and in my addresses tage, but that I shall find joy only in
,4 business existence record their printed and sent out to the the work that I shall successfully
will over the will of a great many people.I complish for the benefit of our people

; overconfident people. herein assure the people that if and the state.I .:
Thus it happened that Gilchrist, nominated United States senator have been working all my life, Jas. Pritchard & Son

s backed by the whiskey men, got more from this state, I will do all in my and all of my work has been on constructive -
votes than Stockton,who was backedby power to effectuate legislation that lines. As a public official I Handle the Finest Lines of
nobody in particular, but by a will more effectually control inter- have always tried to build up, never
majority of the people in general. state commerce.I to tear down. Heavy and Shelf HardwareOur t..
a All the menfho voted for Gil will urge the adoption of legisla- You have but two of these great
christ do not belong to the whiskey tion that will improve the financial offices to confer on those who you ,t I
f crowd. Far from it. There were system. think will best represent' you, one Stock of '
hundreds who are honestly convinced I shall urge that the United States now, and one two years from now. w
.: that Gilchrist is the better man; hun- enter upon a plan of. constructing a They[ are officials for six years term.A Guns and Sporting Goodsis
dreds who know Gilchrist and do not system of coastal canals by which the mistake would be too costly in
know Stockton; hundreds who have many inland streams that frequently time, and by lack of improvementthat complete at all times
for years been political enemies of parallel! dbr coast shall be connectedup we should have in event we
Stockton's.' and be made navigable for craft make a poor selection. We want our

These hundreds added together of reasonable size for transporting work done now. Six years wasted Paints and Oils of Qualityone
made up a number which added toE heavy freight and for the convenience would mean that a tremendous proportion
4- the number controlled by whiskeyand of all our people. The benefitsof of the business life of our of our Specialties
such be people has been lost so far as they
deceived by reports spread by a system can scarcely
whiskey money gave Gilchrist the enumerated, in this day of the vari- could be benefitted by improvementsmade ,

lead. ous kinds bf power boats, from the through their general govern- Quotations for large or small orders will

'It will be a lasting disgrace to the freight boat, propelled by a gasoline ment.I be given personal attention. Mail Orders '
that joy will be in
state if the whiskey men can boast, engine, to the great houseboats, propelled assure you my solicited and promptly
filled
as they surely will boast, that they in the same way, in addition proportion to my achievement in f

elected the governor of Florida the ,to the boats ordinarily run for passengers your behalf. TJTUS-V-JL.LE: : '
Yours respectfully,
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very year that witnessed the forward and freight.I
movement for decency, morality and will also do all in my power to en- N. B. BROWARD. IY"
Y Y.W/Mam..wmNM 1J <*<
clean living in all the states of the act legislation that will open up our Itoware of Ointment for Catarrh that Contain v
r a south. harbors to the sea making them Mercury if]
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Mr. Stockton is willing to trust available not only for commercial as mercury will surely destroy the sense of ,
and derange the whole I
smell completely system
the people. purposes but as havens and placesof when entering it through the mucous I
Mr. Gilchrist i is not. refuge from storms.I ,surface. Such articles should never be used RQLLINS COLLEGE It
except on prescriptions from reputable phy.
Mr. Stockton believes in encourag- I \\ do all in my power to secure sidans,as the damage they will do is ten foldto Floxrldct's Oldest COllege 11''
for state appropriations for deepening and the rood you can possibly derive from |
the vote
ing people to pro- them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,manufactured by College Academy,and Schools of Music p"uloD.I'lne Art,Domestic and Indus- r..<
hibition if they want it. making navigable our inland rivers F:J. Cheney&Co..Toledo. O, contains no trial Arts and Basinets.Carnreto .
Hall and third men'dormitory now pin up eWtric light;team gar 1
and taken internally acting
Mr. Gilchrist believes in keeping and their tributaries that they may directly mercury upon the is blood and mucous surfacesof furnace heat;large faculty;perfect health condition;tiDe fcjoanvlain athletic rich.. ; f lte.nl"
C'Ourtll.loll link; b..e-ball and basketball teams chainploua of Florida kJ-
things as they are. become serviceable means for bear- the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh year. > 6rlr.. quarter million dollar endowment; expenses: moderate;cholartkiiii ,
Cure be sure you get the jtennine It is take available. Christian but undenoitlnatlonal;atands for
Stockton as governor cannot put ing much of our inland commerce to internally and made in Toledo Ohio. by F.J.
on state prohibition.That the points of export, so that the wa- Cheney Co. Testimonials free. Character Culture Cond.ti.ot .j
Sold by drnjrzists. Price 75c.per bottle. >ext: session begins October 7. For catalogue address the frenldent, i if
power lies solely with the ters shall not be wasted but be usedto Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
---- ----- -- -- Wm. F. BLACKMAN Ph. D. Winter Park Fla. (
people whose representatives in the bear our commerce.I -- t
legislature adopt a resolution proposing will do what I can to secure the East Coast Meat MarketG.F.DURENAGENT
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= a change in the constitution passage of a national drainage law
b: such as the one now before the sen-
andWITH THE PEOPLE WHO VOTE ate of the United States, introducedby KIBLINGER AUTOMOBILE
YES OR NO BY DIRECT BALLOT a committee of the senate, and Florida and ,:

Gilchrist as governor cannot keep which has the support of the National Buggy Typo i
local option in force. Drainage congress of which I am _- -= WesternMeats HIGH WHEELS SOLID TIRES STANDARD TREAD ,4
The governor cannot veto a resolution president, by which the fund derivedby ,
of the legislature. the United States from the sale $375 and -u/p

x Stockton says to the people: of public lands will constitute a national Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Ffa.
"I am willing to trust you." drainage fund, and by which of all Kinds

Gilchrist says to the people: law the secretary of the interior will _____ __ ___ ___ ___ _._ __ u
"I am not willing to let you decide be authorized to make contracts with riTUSVILLE, FLORIDA
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
this question of prohibition. Local either the states or with counties, ,
option is good enough for me." with cities, or with private individuals 0. A. STEWART

The whiskey men say to the people: or corporations, to drain swamplands
"We want tosell whiskey. Ithelps ; the money to be refunded i in
us. So we will help Gilchrist." ten annual installments without interest Fire Insurance Building j jOF
Lumber and Materials
Stockton is more capable than dil the government being secured
christ for governor.He under contract by a lien upon the AsaTITUSVILLE
lands reclaimed. I believe the FLORIDAI
stands for morality, decency, government ALL KINDS, ALSO CRATE MATERIAL \
of choice and- has as much power and
freedom represent some of the leading Yards at Titasiille Cocoa Eau Gallic Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach t
land that
He should be elected governor of right to take water off of companies of the world and any; ,
rft Florida. has too much water on it as it has business entrusted to me will receive We are prepared to meet all fair competition on house orders*
General activity, among the believ- to put'water on land which is other- prompt and careful attention I for shipment direct from the .'
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pointment of the friends of President son of elections. The bill was pissed. Professor Walter Wyckoff. assistant Murder of G. W. XIger

Roosevelt: the Republican executive 160 to 125.Deadlock 'n the political economy department of Costly plumage in the possession ofa

j.. committee selected Senator Burrows on the Currency.. Princeton who traveled and workedhis former Tampan brought him death

ot Michigan to be temporary chairman o As was foreseen when the senate way as a tramp to gather material according to a letter received several

r- ot the coming national convention at substituted the Aldrich currency bill for his books died at Princeton May Frecker from the
by Mayor
Chicago as it was well known that days ago
for the Vreeland bill passed by the 15.
the president favored the choice of Senator secretary of state at Washington making .
house the whole matter of
currency More Idle Cars.
i Freight *
L Beveridge of Indiana. The Importance legislation at this session became inquiry about G. W Klger. an.
$ The American Railway association reports
I; ON THEWORLD of the position is well understood doubtfuL Conferees of the two houses an Increase in the number of idle American, who lost his life at a camp;;*

as it gives a capable speakerthe have met only to find that neither freight cars during last month there on the Rio Sucio, Columbia last month .

opportunity of sounding the keynote side was disposed to surrender on es being about 413,338 such at the end of Sufficient information was galue4- \.'
of the entire convention one wayr sentials. The chief difference
appearedto Colombia
p'j April, or about 19 per cent of the total by the American consul in
the other. It was freely talked at
be whether the proposed'emergency
of 153 lines. who a
equipment him that Niger, wa
Enters Washington that the president was to assure
Socialist Party CampaignWith currency should be issued by single
angered by this variation from bricklayer, formerly resided In Tampaand
More Constructive Class deeply banks or by associations of banks
be programme which he had caused known as the clearing houses. The I COMMERCIAL I this Information was transmitted

h1 programme Than Heretofore. his friends to favor. Others said be conferees did agree, however that a to the secretary of State at Washing

Burrows to Sound Republican was satisfied on the whole because commission should be created to look The Manufacturers Lining Up. ton. The state department at Washington -

Burrows was not entangled with either Into the causes of the panic, and such a anxious to secure latenaa-
i Keynote at Chicago Bryan faction of the party and when Taft bill was later Introduced by Senator The "let .us alone" blcgaii was bounded is it te .
with no uncertain voice and tion as to his home which: presumed
Holding His Lead-Congress returned from Panama and held pri Aldrich. It proposes a commission of approval
: during the sessions the National now was in Virginia.
t 4 ate converse with Burrows harmonyas eighteen, half from each branch of cosgress. -'
For Tariff Revision Association of Manufacturers in the sent to
..-'Arranges According to the papers
: ;, : said to reign. Later protests begun The senatorial conferees said

: ; -v '. and a Currency Commission. pouring In from Roosetelt admirers bat no bill providing for an asset currency Waldorf-Astoria. New York with delegates Mayor Frecker, the murder *a* a

r" and In all parts of the country, so could pass the senate. representing 3.000 members. most brutal one, Niger haying bwa
Near-Riot President Van Cleave reelectedfor
Adjournment that there Is talk of a fight over the An Anti-injunction Revolt. was shot from behind by one of severalmen
Dynamite In Cleveland Car chairmanship on the floor of the con- another year and on his motion a
After forty Republican members of resolution was who were anxious to gain peseee-

5 : Strike Manufacturers Bellicose entloo. the house had called upon Speaker adopted saying sion of a quantity of feathers Tahw4

-Looted Pittsburg Bank California For Taft. v Cannon and told him Batty that they that they have at about $900. Kiger turned an4 sot

Although the regular Republican faction were prepared to act with the minorityIn had excess agitation r and killed one of his assattaats. aad

Closes. teat the Lincoln-Roosevelt leaguefor prolonging the session unless the under the ; nweT-
the other fled. The next Jay
control of the California state convention committee on the judiciary should pre guise of moralcrusades

the indorsement of Taft for sent a bill against the abuse of court such er the assassins returned and killed

POLITICAL j jNo \ he lay on the groundAa
.F .1 president was made unanimous. junctions the Republicans woke up as child labor, Kigor as

Two Renublioan delegations: from to the seriousness of such a situationand railway reform axe was used. and the man's head

Socialist Party Tactics. Texas will ask admission to the con- called a party caucus to deal withIt. and similar ,.4rr i 'f r, :\e., was split open. Later the montefer

Complete and authoritative reports of T'entlont Chicago. When the friendsof Among the Insurgents were Town- movements .f'l( .t.I"-' was "aptured.

the Socialist national contention at Taft had showed that they could send of Michigan, Uajcs of California, which are der,[ I io. Kiger had in his posaoesfoc 4

control the convention' at Fort Worth Madison of Kansas and Pollard of Ne sirable and excellent I'k .
the
Chicago as published by Chicago pounds and 7 ounces of very fiae featkera
that the t je minority comprising delegates from : braska. In reasonable r I
Dally Socialist reveal the>fact These secured and will be
radical departure thirty-two counties, walked out and I At later of the the mess were
.t ., Socialist party has made a a meeting caucus
turned to his relatives if tfcey
4i a :R In Its attitude toward several named a contesting delegation decision to let the whole matter rest u e. but not so over

-& t important Issues of the day. Resolutions Louisiana Gambling War Next. was made by the close vote of 75 to when pre>j>ed t3 j l can be found.-Tampa Trlb4i e. .
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h; 't : V were adopted to the following effect In his Inaugural message' to the Louisiana 63. the hazard of A Living Skeleton

--c_ : legislature Governor Sanders "Pork Barrel" as a Club. vested interests
z3 the excessive use of alcoholic asked the of and property." is the final condition of any chiW tWt has
Against complete suppression racetrack The bur appropriating about $;;3000. James W Van Cleave works-if it lives. Think of bavfog t.9-
.:1 liquors and recognizing the evils gambling In the state. 000 for public buildings in various$ hence a rest thing layout stomach that eats all TIM take

; arising from the sale of them but not Shaw Attacks Roosevelt.In places has slipped through both houses fwd quiet are urged "until normal business as nouri.hmenLiue truths of tbelhiMw

i I-i In favor of trying to cure these "by an on well greased ways. but is said tot Is restored.' Van Cleave said have worms maybe yours has Be curtate >
extension of police under the a speech at Chicago before the they wanted the "square deal In business : that it bag not by giving( it White's OPAMVermifuge
fia powers ie In danger of the president's veto std u .se
ail to
National Electric Light association -it expels: worms a
< capitalistic system" rather by stopping former Secretary of the Treasury Shaw on the ground of economy. His enemies not ia politics and averted that for the baby. Price 25 rvnu. N>id by Tfte- ,

- i- :, underfeeding and overwork. intimated plainly that J. P. Morgan say he U using it as a club to there isn't an employer iu the country I vine Pharmacy- and Banner Drag Store
which Is who Is not in favor of,the rightful protection
f ,,1 Opposing "all Immigration bad to the White House and bring members into line for his poli I I
subsidized or stimulated by the capitalistic gone of children but he held thatto O.A.S-T'O.n.XA. .
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:: got the president's consent to the absorption ,
The 1!
: class" and be the function of the state. Berra the j
;; !1. ;,h of the Tennessee Coal andIron Tariff Revision Next Year. to held
manufacturers objected being f&ZB
appointing a committee !
>.\.' ,<':-. wf1' 'ya to study the company by the steel trust Shaw In both the senate and house resolutions up as monsters and they wanted to r .

a--, deplored the fact that there Is now to carry out the promise of tbeRepubUc' "build the
fi s'i. Question of Asiatic be let alone while they up
." t "no challenging minority party"Bryan 1n party to revise the tariffhave business interests of the coun The
\'k ;, ;' immigration.Calling great Any skin itching u a temper tester. .
4 been passed, but not by a Joint the itcbt !>.. .
scratch
' .'V 4".r upon organized Denounces Hosts. : try.He proposed the slogan "Not more you worse it
1t ; r {commission as desired by the president Ointment cures pilra eczt-nu-any skin itch
-e. ,,\.Y '. .' labor to Although speaking as the guest at a capital against labor but order against all
\! ing. At drug stores.Forced
I ; sue. ':' study socialism dinner of the Chicago Bankers' asso- The senate refers the matter to chaos." and concluded with this significant
:
,t.: .' : .. but rejecting the elation W. J. Bryan did not hesitate the: finance committee and the house tots appeal: "I'm not going to call Out.
[
of to lash the methods of bankers : committee on ways and means. wolf until the wolf b at heels but .
c-: ;: ," proposal a majority urging my She-- \:. Bloom does net fy fcH
*il::' ;':' .: to urge the criminal prosecution of every banker Each will work along similar lines but when I do cry I want you to come out wife much attention does het HeNo. -

Industrial form of who lends than 10 cent of independently preparatory to action at with riot and shotguns
t1 i r-;. more per your guns your The only nine 1 ever knew of Ma
,r' organization over capital and surplus to an individualor the: next session of congress. Leader If necessary and I know you wCL" going out with her was once wbea togas .

.. Kt the craft plan. corporation. Payne said it might turn out to be a [Cries of "You bet we will!"] exploded. .

::, ; The Immediate Bryan Organ For Mitchell. maximum and minimum tariff. Although the association Is naturally ___ ___ ,

, 'C ;;' ,. demand for the Government Liability Bill. protectionist to a man. It went on
The Omaha World-Herald, known as
t "::-1< Eugene V. Debs. public ownership the semiofficial organ of W. J. Bryan Without a division the house passedthe record in favor of a permanent setni- HEALTH

# : ,', railways and telegraphs telephones judicial! commission to Investigate the
t ; in a leading editorial opines that John Alexander bill granting to certain INSURANCEThe

tsj.' j. ,'" and other means transportation. and Mitchell, the former bead of the min- government employees the right to receive tariff with a view to revision. A pro

,< communication. compensation for injuries sustained hibition resolution was voted down. A man who Insures his IU. is I.
r ers' union. I U the strongest man the
;rft.'. t,. Assuring the small farmers that their Democrats could nominate for vice in their work. It covers espe- message was sent to Speaker Cannon wise for his family. ,

= .I. 1 land possession will not be disturbed president. cially laborers in hazardous employment urging him to stand out against any The man who insure. his health

during the process of socialization of such as the Panama canal con- anti-injunction legislation.Loud .
: and
It wise both for lilt family
If
industries proposed by Socialists. struction. Railway mall clerks are In- applause greeted the statementof j

';: : Declaring that the Socialist moved I EXECUTIVETaft's I cluded. The total number covered is Judge Speer of New Jersey that himself.

"- c 4t ment Is prioyirlly economic and pout. 55,000 out of the 237.000 In the classified "neither Roosevelt nor Gompers shouldbe You may insure health by guard

I service. allowed to triumph In this cam log it. It Is worth guarding.
religlous Panama Mission }
Submarine Charges Not Proved.A pa Ism. At the first attack of disease
( Demanding that: the government uses A statement given to the press by ,
4 l the power eminent domain to start Secretary of War Taft told the purposeof report from the special committee which generally approaches
( to examine Into the I INDUSTRIALThe I
appointed chargesof and
through the LIVER manifests I
l. public works in the Interest of the un his hurried trip to Panama. It was
In connection with the
,\> corruption itself in innumerable
employed. to prevent a threatened revolution in ways

4 jtf. ,_ -To make the fight for woman suffrage the little Isthmian republic which must appropriations for submarine boats Cleveland Traction Strike. TAKETiitt'sPiIIs.

.'! a feature of the campaign. have greatly disturbed American In- which were preferred by Representative Hardly was the new municipal traction
of Connecticut that
... To send five general organizers Into terests. This government had been Informal Lllley says system In operation when a disagreement -
his accusations unfounded
'i the south. that in the pending campaign are accuses arose over the contract with
him of bad faith and declares him
:$ On most of these propositions the for the presidency of Panama the partyIn the old companies guaranteeing the
of of the house. By
guilty contempt
had denied registration to motormen and conductors an increase
.{ convention divided and the discussions power
,. the vote of 157 to 82 the house adoptedthe
i -,' were bitter, but in every case the will many of the opposition party. Through of 2 cents an hour in wages. The Municipai >

-, t of the majority; was accepted, and after the mediation of the secretary an elect report on motion of Leader Payne Traction company's president And save your health.
r; and of the N'o
findings. action
x; '. : the unanimous nomination of Debs and commission has been created with approved Dupont questioned the legality of this 1

y' t' Hanford to carry the standard again power to inquire into the complaints was taken looking toward the expulsion 'ontract, and the men offered! to submit

the 219 delegates ended their seven and the United State! to have its of Lilley, probably owing to that question SUBSCRIBE FOR THE 1
his absence account of Illness.
Fi ;t. ,, days' proceedings with the utmost enthusiasm. agents on hand to examine witnesses. on = to a board of arbitration FLORIDA TIMES.

" ,r The olive branch of the Socialist Panama agreeing to correct any abuse For the Waterways Commission.The \"h..n I>u UNION

., I.abor party however was reF that may be revealed. bill passed by the house authorizing c' pont r.r-' t< d-, The Great State Paper
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the president to continue the in- that a general
jecterl.a
Walking Test For Army Officers. DIIA AND SUNDAY, &* MONTH
'Lead. land waterways commission and appropriating strike was ordered Three Moothj.Ilio Six Month lies
;,: Bryan Keeping His A new general order approved by the k 'y + Twche UoaUu. >>-00
:).OOO for its underwent l and went in'o ef
expenses ;
yF- Notwithstanding that the Pennsylvania president and soon to be sA-d to the '
a siyaifkant alteration in tae 4 '""t feet. l'Ornplf;.'I Ivstopping The Semi-Weekly Times-Union' and
Democratic contention rejected : army provides that the officers of the
senate. Instead of authorizing the tae: o|,,'I.- The Farmer
and Fruit
137 to 123-the motion to Indorse Bryan co.i>t artillery who were exempted from Grower
"continue" commission tiou of l.'arfor th -
the +
' for president i and under the leadership the former three day riding test are to president the Friday Issue: of the Semi-tteeklr d.
+ it says he may "appoint" such a body. r time flavor T..>n toted to Agricultural ao l< Uru Frulu U..
r' of James M. Guffcy sent an uninstructed I loe required to make a fifty mile walk 5wca.etc The two .iHforfl W per'UI
lltnot recognizing! his right to do I., John tx "I.
: .
Mall iu suU criiiioa
l delegation to Denver the fa.1lure iu three consecutive days and in a total your
what he had done prin? tile string:
already
of the Johnson boom to catch on in of twenty hourFit Id ofeeen. ., FIGrI lTimes-Ulioailcksaalilla FII.11AP.ER1
POsition of virtual .
3* either Alabama or California where holding permanent appointments ia the Omnibus Cills Rushed Through. Tom JOIIUMII.. ijVj Of thdt I

I great expectations| of its friends were staff may take the walking test if they T'ntlcr the spur of the Democratic }
street railway system 011 the three leui
4 advertised and other indorsements of prefer it to the riJ('. fi'i1m-er and the decision for an early
y'' f..:" haLand commander <>f the |>oIKI -
the Nebraskan have kept the great adjournment! the house majority has 1
Big Collier Launched. > d 'j'.u',lueat of the city met the
, 0k commoner well in the front of the race i bum"hod its hits as the tans would -C
j At tV Iiroo''va; navy yard the col outbreak tlf riots with: an order to UK
fur the lX-uux.ralK uvwiD tion. Theit sty Otte mea", ute containing ihtecuseparate INS
lierestal, largest of her class ever police t>SK-or: to resist violence with
-3 Alabama primary gave llryau a large bills on territorial matterswas
built ia this country. was launched in force. TIlt sheriff swore in alar,:'- .
majority but Johnson said le was wen passed in short order May 19 .
the of 3-;)000 spectators. She cumber of to the ,..
presence deputies prwtiit e <: / Q
: .o .
fair he had :>
pleased at the showing The omnibus Indian bill! contained ten JC
irIS a loading capacity of 5.000 tons barns ij the Lakewood suburb \\ here / _
. a made as comparative stranger. The separate Mils while a public lands: bill PDIARRHcEA
She is 4<;5 feet long and GO feet beaui the lov'al Nixes had not tried 10) interfere
California Deniotrats constructed a contained twenty-four prolrositious.
4k I radical platform in which public ownership Coin Motto Act Signed. with the obxtniot've' tactics of the

. and Asiatic exclusion figure; President ItO:evelt has signed tht strikers and their sympathizers During <
the first of the strike the .
I T MISCELLANEOUSMany \ day entire
prominently bill requiring him to restore to the gold
.
-
police forte was kept busy hv thn :' -
te- In the Michhran! Democratic convention coins the motto "In God We Trust ..---... : : ,
; numerous attacks on the cars which! 001.,& fVA
at Lansing not a vote was cast which' was left off by his direction Killed In Train Wreck. .
tried
the company to run with breaker
I, against the Bryan indorsement and some months ago. Near Antwerp Belgium: an express >. Cars were derailed: wires cut fw doses tof this! remedy will in-
the unit rule-this in spite of the tact !
: Tuil&l.y
. t-V train ran Into an open or defectiveswitch crews attacked and stones thrown attn cure an ordinary attack of I
that Bryan's old friend. National Com uiarr.:.tea
and collided with an excursion *> police! at mnny i>oluta. On three of
CONGRESSIONALPublicity I It
i s uiitteemau Caaipau. was shehed. I r.iu always be dTpeml
,
train on a siding: killing fifty persons the bigest lines not a car was mied even in the npon
At Jefferson City the Democrats of more severe attacks! of
pd Injuring a hundred.
pending the arrival of breakers from cramp colic and cholera
Missouri in convention instructed the morbas
I Bill Angers South.A I fen Thousand Drowned at Hankow. the ea>.t The pope! fell back on l>icy, It is t"quallImq''lIful for summer J
to Denver to Bryan
support
delegation solid front of opposition was pre- ; durrhuM and
Detailed reports of the recent tidalware des automobiles and wagooo of every cholera mfntnta in
S a i as a unit. sented by the Democrats in the house down Yaugtseklang; In China description to get to and from their children, amt la the means of .riDg 1
Democratic -
t The Washington conveution when the McCall bill requiring publicity the Iivf-sof many .hildru
1
work.. One car was derailed by a "ikb year
at Spokane Indorsed Bryan and say that no less than Ib.Oi'O persons When reduced
ato campaign contributions. with water
dynamite bomb and next several and !
' cheered Roosevelt' "as a good Democrat" to vote with the Crum- living In sampans or along the waterfront day; sweetened it is pleasant to take I
was pressed a
cars were dynamited. Some
of Hankow were drowned. The passengers Every wan of A
It ; f packer amendment calling for Information wave was about twenty-six feet high. were ,.injured. but none fatally. this remedy his family home. 8hrmM keep
Burrows to Sound Keynote of the Buy it DOW : i
*- about the suppression negrovote fines, 2 c. LARGE

L 'g Somewhat to e. uru..r\M_and disapi in the south and federal_ supervl The Tramp Sociologist Dead. Continued ou p.o 7 t SUB, 50c. .
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