The Florida star ( June 5, 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:
June 5, 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:
UF00075901:00287

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

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TITUtsV LLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JUNB5 5, 1908


NO. 7


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&@@W band bicycle for
luqdie at TaE SraR office
Mr. Ienry Pritchett, o
vWr, i spending a few da

Mr rnd Mrm H. Watto
tm, wwo in town Wedn
OlBd at THE SrAR office.
Bfor Odin, of the Co
Id Mr. A. Oteen, of L
vMtole at Tha SrTAR offi
Mr. W. C. Thomas is
to arrive Sunday after
will pmd awhile at the h
--pn, Dr. and Mrs. B.
Thef Baer Drug Store
e d ing machine and i
to ahe drinks thatare nc
how cold, yoa can only tel

We acknowledge receipt
vitatioa trn Miss Fanni
attend the dosing exerc
Jesph's ac ademy, St.
June 17th..
By mutual agreement
goods and rocery stores u
every Thnday afternoon
dao o. eai. esterd


yesrday to play ball and
defeat at the hands of
bor, the sore standing
number of the Titusville
pie went down to witness
C C. Chlliuaworth, EM
Palm Bamch wasin tow
ad Today for the purl
tMn up the affairs of thi
the late Fmmie A. Smith
hei, who met him here 1
MML
Mr. Has. Hatch, of W
in the epley of the dep
*ieulture, bureau of com
labor, was in Titusville t
the week to inMpeet and m
n the timber lands of Bre


Greatest Value Here LATEST NEWS

of getting geast valoe .Nen buy- A D INCIDE T
in clothe, and that is to buy one of i
ft E s our Schloss suits. P all PrrS I-et Pletbt l
te You can shop around all you please i vTiIm 1t4 Thm
see here something that pleases,
sale cheap. there something that rather strikes Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
your faney, but if you want real We regret to learn that Mrs. Kuhl,
worth, greatest value, you'll come to to ttMrKuh
f Jackson- our store in the end and get a Schloss of Shiloh, has been quite ill of late.
ys in Titus- suit. Dr. M. Souvielle, of Jacksonville,
If you want style you'll find it arrived Wednesday and registered at
n, of Clif- here; if you want good looks, corn- the Sterling.
fort, good fit and good quality, you'll
y and find them too, and best of all the Major A. St. Clair Abrams and
price will be reasonable, just what wife, of Jacksonville, spent a part of
eoa News, you can easily afford to pay. Saturday in Titusville.
otus, were Prices $*L to $2m .. Mr. Edward Fitzgerald, state in-
e Monday. WINSTON S. BRANNING spector of jails, was in town Satur-
Sexpected Up -to Date Vlo*JY tg House day on his way to Miami and the
noon. She Titusville, Florida. Florida Keys.
ome of her Mr. Doyle E. Carlton, representing
R. Wilson. Motor Boat Race Stetson university, of DeTand, was
has a new The following races for motor boats in Titusville the first part of the
a pi.parnd have been arranged for the Fourth week in the interest of that well-
Ad. As to of July celebration at Titusville: known institution of education.
11 by trying Class A-speed boats of 12 miles Mr. F. T. Budge and family, of
and over, to be raced according to Miami, arrived here Tuesday for a
,t of an in- time handed in, and if they exceed stop over of a day or so on their way
ie Sams to such time, to be penalized double. to Wakefield, R. I., where they will
ises of St. Tere will be first and second prizes, spend the summer.
Augustine, consisting of h dlnmme silver cups. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Johnson left
Course 9 miles.
Class B-Motor boats of speed8to yesterday for Chester Shoals house
t the dry or Bts in th of refuge where they will spend a
ill observe 12 wiles ptr hrom. Boats in this few days in the hope of an improve-
n as a holi- eswill rtfrom anchor wth ment in Mrs. Johnson's health, which
y and con- engenot otin, a r tobe has been rather poor of late.
raised and engine started at signal
from agun. First and second prizes, Monday was June rule day and the
Mt to Cocoa cu ting of handsome silver cups. property advertised under sheriff's
again met Coure miles sale, situated on the lower end of
the Cocoa Class C-Motor boats of speed not Merritts Island, was bid in by P. A.
4 to 5. A exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boats McMillan, the plaintiff in the suit of
young peo- in this. ,lna will .1s s t from n attachment against Harold I. Smith.


the game.
I., of West
n Monday
pose ofset-
e estate of
among the
by appoint-

ashibngton,
artment of
mCrce and
he first of
ake report
wvard coun-


ty, and from here took in St. ucie
county.
Mrm. Wn. Cleveland, of Fort
Mede, who has been visiting here
with her cousin, Mrs. J. M. Osban,
for several weeks past, will leave to-
msrre morning for Canaveral,
whee se will visit her father, Mr.
.PF. Gray, for a couple of weeks.
Mr. Cleveland is now holding an im-
portant position with the Charleston
inning Co., of Fort Meade.
The West Palm Beach Sun says
that Mr. John B. Beach, manager of
the Forida East Coast Fish company,
is having Frank Carlile build a sea
going lighter, to be used by the fish-
ermea next season. The lighter will
be fitted with a gas engine, and
whenever necemmry can be taken out-
side to bring in the enormous quan-
titis of fish which are sometimes
caught in nets along the ocean beach.
Fle Monday Offerings of Men's
Clothing
Special prim in boys' and youths'
smits. Extra big reduction in men's
clothing, price makes no difference,
tbey must go.
t uns and dress suit cases at spec-
JULus KLINE,
Titusville Fla.
Orge sad Grapefruit Trees
Grown at miloh, Fla., on high
hckor hammock. Free from white
y. e year to two year old buds.
Prices frm 5 to 85 cents. Careful-
ly packed ad delivered at Oak Hill
ataes. J. W. Gaunrs,
Sauoh, Fla.

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-IW, a-Me st r-ster. Ad-
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anchor with engine not in motion,
anchor to be raised and engine to be
started at signal from a gun. Six
cash prizes-$8, $5, $4, $3, $2 and $1.
course 6 miles.
Class C starts at 9:30 a. m.
Class B starts at 10:30 a. m.
Class A starts at 11:30 a. m.
Boats must be entered in such
events as correspond with their best
speed.
Entries to be made to Com. J.
Lorillard, Jr., Titusville, Fla., up to
July 2nd inclusive.
Entries are free and all motor boat
men are cordially invited to enter
their boats in these events.
A Surprise to Mrs. Scriageour
At the regular meeting of the or-
der of the Eastern Star in the Ma-
sonic hall last Tuesday evening, Mrs.
M. A. Serimgeour was very pleasant-
ly surprised by the presentation of a


Mrs. Roberts and Miss Emmons,
of Mims, paid THE STAR office a
pleasant call yesterday. Mrs. Rob-
erts expects to leave in a few days
for Waterbury, Conn., where she
will spend the summer north with
her daughter.
Governor Broward was a passen-
ger on the northbound train Sunday
from Miami to DeLand, where he
made his second address since the
first primary Monday. His first ad-
dress since the May primary was de-
livered at Miami Saturday.
The grand stand at the baseball
grounds has been erected this week
under the direction of Messrs. Bert
Johnson and McLendon, and is quite
an imposing affair and will be a great
convenience at the numerous con-
tests of the national game that are
expected to be pulled off here this
season.


Special Sale at Kline'sLOCAL GOSSIP
i j AND PERSONALS
MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1908.
Ladies' readymade drawers, made Wathig Aiknt ith Pople of Tits-
of good quality of domestic, with
wide flounce and hemstitehing and lMje U Tk Coe Uad Go
tucks, special 29 cents per pair.
Ladies' readymade underskirts, Mr. A. N. Nolle is having his resi-
made of good quality of lonsdale dence painted.
with 16-inch ruffle of embroidery, Com. J. H. Allen arrived Tuesday
worth $1.50, special 99 cents.
Readmade sheets, 72x90,special from a few days spent at Daytona.
59 cents each. I Messrs. Sam Martin and G. S. Sned-
White auto cloth, specially shrunk, ecker, of Melbourne, were in town
excellent for ladies' skirts, special 15 Tuesday.
cents per yard. Tuedai.
Indian Head linen, already shrunk, Mrs. T. B. Wilson left this week
Monday's special, 19 cents per yard. for Indianola, where she will visit
Readymade pillow cases, 45x36, with relatives for some time.
worth 20 cents, Monday's special, 14 r ran aer a e
cents each. Mrs. Frank Baker arrived Wed-
Chiffon panama, 38 inches wide, nesday on a visit to her father and
worth 75 cents, Monday's special, 49 mother, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fjos-
cents per yard, black only. cher.
Black mohair, 38 inches wide, in
all the newest shades including black Miss Allie H. Gillmore, from Jas-
and blue, special 49 cents per yard. per, Ala., arrived Wednesday on a
Wash silks, in all the latest shade visit to her ha-sister Mrs. A.
24 inches wide, worth 75 cents, Mon- vsrt her ssr C. A.
day only, 59 cents per yard. Gardner.
Raah silks in all the latest shades, Johnnie Frasier, the youth who
including Copenhagen blue, 27 inches lost his left arm a few days ago, as
wide, worth 75 cents per yard. n i i
Ladies' hand bags in all the up-to- narrated in THESA lastweek, is
date styles, prices from 75 cents to doing finely and will probably be out
$2M. againin a few days.
Ladies' belts in all the newest The ladies of the Presbyterian
shades and styles, special 5 cents church wilhave saleof P things
each. church will have a sale of good things
Unbleached Sea Island domestic, to eat at Mr. G. F. Duren's meat
Monday's special, 14 yards for $1.. market tomorrow afternoon, the pro-
Mail orders promptly filled on any ceeds tobe usedfor repairing the
of the above goods.hur
Juuus KLmE, Tituaville. church.


For County Commissioner
I hereby announce myself as can-
didate for county commissioner of
5th district, Brevard county, at the
coming primary to be held June 16th,
1908, and solicit the support of all
my friends in the contest.
Your obedient servant,
T. J. Cocxswrru.
Teachers' Exzmination
Seventeen teachers are taking the
June examination this week, which
commenced Tuesday morning in the
high school building. Of this num-
ber seven are white and ten colored.
Rev. Wm. Stones is assistant to
Superintendent Walker in conduct-
ing the examination.
Church Notes
The pastor will preach in the Meth-
odist church Sunday at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., and every evening through
the week at 7:30. There is a place
and a welcome for you.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach and
administer the Lord's supper at La-
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ange on unaay next at 1 a. m.,
beautiful order pin, her name and Decoration day was observed in aUndpreah at 7T mi, us ,i at 7 m.
chapter number engraved on same, Titusville last Saturday as has beeand preach at Titusville at 730p.m.
to her from this chapter, of which the custom in former years. A load Wedding Bells to Peal
she has long been a member. Mrs. of flowers was taken out to Titus- Cards have been sent out by Mr.
Scrimgeour warmly thanked the ville cemetery, where the graves of and Mrs. Ceore Seth Singleton, of
chapter for the lovely remembrance. those who have passed beyond were Cocoa, announcing the marriage of
Delicious refreshments were also strewn with them. It is to be re- Coa, anoun g t marriage o
t their daughter, Ella Cornelia, to Mr.
served as this was probably the last gretted that the attendance this year Elton William Hall, to take place on
meeting Mrs. S. will attend for some was not as large as in former years. the morning of Thursday, June 18th,
time as she expects to soon leave for A second suit of Daniels vs. Mas- at 11:30, St. Marks Episcopal church,
California, where she will remain in- sey for the possession of Hotel Palm- Cocoa. Miss Singleton has taught
definitely. I hurst property was held before Jus- school in Brevard county tor a num-
SHave You n Waittice B. R. Wilson Wednesday and ber of years and is a general favorite
Have You Been Waiting for Thii tried by jury. The verdict returned with all who know her, and it is with
I want to go to Colorado for a cou- was in favor of the defendant. Judge a great deal of interest that her
pie of months.Ga
To get expense money I will do Gaulden appeared as counsel for Dr. friends learn of her approaching
your dental work for a ridiculously Daniel; Mr. Massey spoke in his own marriage. Mr. Hall is now night op-
low price. Some of the more ex- behalf and made his statement to the erator for the F. E. C. Railway Co.
pensive work. such as gold crowns jury. at Titusville.
and enamel filling, you can get for .. ...... __ .
one-half the usual price. State Prohibition Convention Photograph Gallery
You must come within the next The state convention of the prohi- Goto Fst the phtogpheron
two weeks and you must bring the bition party will be held at Gaines- Julia street, for artistic photos. All
cash. Make your appointments so ville, Fla., June 9, 1908. Each coun- work first class and promptly attended
there will be no disappointment I ty is entitled to two delegates. It is to. Crayon, pastel, water colors and
MILER, Denti. expected that there will be a large oil paintings a specialty.
attendance.
Notice JJOHN P. COFFIN, For Sale Cheap For Cash
At a special meeting of the Indian Chairman State Prohibition Com'ty, About 88 acres of good high land on
River Haulover Outing club, a cor-! Eustis, Fla. the east or ocean side of the Indian river
portion duly organized and existing :at the Narrows, described as follows:
under the laws of the state of Wis- Day :Lot No. 3, section alslotNo.3, sec-
the eof thestate-rationf -s -tim 36, in town ip 31 south, range 39
consin,nthe mnae of said corporation Dray gorhaulngofallkinds prompt- eat. This land i unimproved but fie-
was c to Indian River com- ly attend to. Meet al trains. ly located. For further parcula d-
pany. Ded My 4th, 1908. H. E. HoLT, dres EM. Low,
JO 8. MAIN, See. I Jptsville Fla. Brockton, Mas.
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Judge Minor S. Jones will convene
the June term of the circuit court
in and for Dadecounty on next Tues-
day, June 9th. The term promises
to be quite lengthy as there is quite
a heavy civil docket besides several
murder cases to be tried.
Contractor P. J. Hall has just com-
pleted a boat house for E. B. Wager,
in South Titusville, to keep his motor
boat out of the weather. Mr. Hall
commenced work on moving the
Wiley cottage Wednesday to its new
location on the Baptistparsonage lot.
Misses Jessie, Barbara and Una
Miller, of Eden; Misses Ruth Farley
and Ada Comstock, of Malabar; Miss
N. C. Schofield, of Tropic, and Mias
G. Stewart, of Banyan, are taking
the teachers' examination in session
this week in the high school building.
They are stopping at Hotel Palm-
hurst.
A letter received from Mr. C. C.
Henderson, of Murfreesboro. Tenn.,
says: "Although I am sadly over-
worked, having both my private bus-
iness, my newspaper work and the
conduct of the campaign of Gov.
Patterson for renomination, I have
never failed to read THE FLORIDA
STAR. and always enjoyed it. Mrs.
Henderson and our daughters are
enjoying perfect health and bid me
ask you to remember them to our
friends in Titusville, and also ex-
press to you their appreciation of
the great kindness shown them while
visiting your delightful little city."
Millinery wire, flowers, wreaths, etc.
Bias seam binding in cambric
Medallions, stars, a: chores
Solderine for mending agate wear, etc.
FURNITURE. DRY GOODS, SHOES
Screen cloth, 30 33. : and 40 inch
Talking machines ar. I records. etc.
CIIAS. A. GARDNER, 'Thone 342
For Sale Che p For Cash
Six acres and a half of improved
land on Merritts Island, known as
the Sidney Carpenter place. Title per-
fect. Address
MRS. R. J. FINE,
Punta Gorda, Fla.
Bargains in Trees
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds,
Marsh seedless and Standard, 30
cents each, $25.00 per 100.
J. B. BEACH,
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Alo plow-
0 and harrowing. See or address J.
Jamuan, Tituaville, Fla.


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CAR O PIN M ATTACHuE. oDeah a Japanes Weemn as Wdi as MM
The Tis.Uni o Thay -j:V Ao fuLhu Mmrwas b"
Kn .. iotast T whe rtn de ath of a native Jfm

New Yaftimaso, isys: whim Mr. Kro umesimfo --ccub"ed
The Stewart Fruit Cto a sed of typhoMd fer yesterday se mid,
Shoring at the Ds antarium ea1ragn sad le- -as m1 o ln* 1ahsey. vW
h s trae a oneti e M i cr. cWr came to America in efeD
B to their obPatis was lcoelled to 19 *em hs home la Tolof. He eo-
S1 from his home In Taklo. He e- -.
take rather drastic action a car tc fo pout cof d
tered Tale colege or a post graduate or nh I
o! pines which arrived at Bolton Mom- aonee. Whey tOe Jamestown expaul- Kne troe-A he
S-eour& e. When the Jamestown expos- .dtrou hle him
day. .C bMc ,m so I n b
S- timea..m wb t toma tit o pned his services were enag ed t
for the Japanese exhibit. He re a ch e to be baor
market was not In a ood shapes wa a fhl d ,. e a to b ham s
maintaed at the exposition until Its eslited wtb weeak kId
aht meat, but foreee ing u- soima bt uth e" o uw t s-
d .cl and came ton e Jackso vlle asys. UIs child in-
se a in that imne, the Stewart au.it e eveM too oa e an, If the
Ca. contracted to purchase 2 cars .. enl moths age wit the Japanes a a the Sme i wea t he chd
to ato te tye coce colony to participate in the Florida eh m m a age wne it should e *" to
Mid-Winter Exposition. control the pas ege, t Is yet aUtd with
*Isto make public Tie tomato 0oes M to M tee Ppb l t --At deen 1 t = d
wre ld to the 8 art Frt b at He was 28 years old. He was ab durn-s dm did. lA cams of
wer od to the Stewart Frolt Co at tn atie is kidney tre a td the app td
a price which has not been given I. and attained that happy sep be toa t raet
t t faculty of making friends wherever these lmporint eoam. This u.plessan
St the spper was he may be. He has no relatives in aImbisd t aimed Mit fthe
p for his paes. The plnes were kideys ad blad er and not nt a bnbit as
about to come Nortlr tithe market t t s his death came in t pl

o te 2et trymen, who provided every comfort erabe wth kideAy and ladder trouble,
send the carselewere for him drg his fr weeks of I both e aM gre.t .
to Stewart at te price con traced for.fo, him durThe his fmr d ad of as
.1a9 tiMO O went esewhlee! 1 car 1110111111.SNmo Reoei It is sd
Is bp edto have reached the rm His body has been prepared for ship by ini mby-y
of it b & C, S A-t t Mevent -s t meat by Charles A. Clark, and will be c a -a dollr -
Sd at. csib & Co. At all eveta t hey sa. m Ye may have ab
- oe to sest to W-.bl'wton, D. C., fr crema- m bot tl M
Sad Seetary Thmomp o of thalt aon- tion. The ashes will be sent to htia ree. .mpampett a iMt
Parents I n far-of Japan. tg ar about i. admiG any of the
ara decla wres his coma ny lt 150 .a S n. .
-o- -s-5so ftosinamiItlettesried a

woal have been realized had the to- He What B e deed &Co.. a gb- -ab N. Y., sb e ad
Smatoes been shipped. At ar events "Nie yeas aga it looked a if my time nmth ts; q.
is his side of the story, and,to d mie." a Mr. C. arthimg, Of Mill Dua't make ay = .. but remember
tl s id de the t, toeCeek, Ind. Ter. I wass rna down that life t name, Sw renat, Dr. Kibmer's wa
Osek it up, the Stewart Fruit Co. M.c hLwag e sl r three. It was thea e, a e n ead m. 1 mms N.Yq
Satteached the car of paies to sat- t mydra peli mme ye Electrielit- e every b aUle
ters I ogt a battleand ge wlhat I needed
iafy the claim of $0 beld against -aoreathbs .ladoe fas i the
te shipper as a result of his faare Ee Birers 3 pt it back e the rf asi CANAL CAMPAIGN BY WOMEN.
and Pve bees well ever since Sold under
r to seed the tomatoes which the 8tew- p artee at anMer Drg 8 tore. m
arts claim were due them. The car A stsa Will aek From a Boat
Swill be sold under atterbmunt and Notic Canlbt ampigenig is one of the
then the sheriff may have trouble to Canaloat cmpaignng isoue f
tm the serl may he t e to To Members of India River Chmp No. 47. teatres of suffrage work announced
dtrmiae about themoney.A law- Their Sees and Daihtes at the newsuffragist campaign bead-

a iftoe mme th e exei ptD ae comm ittee ona
sultaIs expected as a result, but the I am in of a communications quarters opened recently In New York
Stewart Frunt Co. ocals claim te from the ex tve committee of the city. The headquarters have been es-
have docamentary e dence su cent Arlington Confederate Monument a- tabised by the Equalty League o
to leave no doubt as to what the out- sciation am to yo indvadS, Self lpporting Women, which is about
come ofate ei end to all eme mbers of the U. C. to undertake suffrage plans which Mrs.
Sc e o the cae will be. V. for the sum of 50 cents each, for Larriet Stanton Blatch. the president
1 F i P theer nhe purpose of eatti a suitable imn- oudWnet
Init to tehe =c6 def tP soldiers A canalboat trip will be made by the
(Tampa Times) who are resting in a beautiful pot of ae workers after the trolley sof-
The visit to Tampa Saturday of G. omnow known a the CAfdeate rage a n The worker
section of the Natioaml e t A- fre campaign is over. The workers
W. Chisholm of Charleston, S. C, and Iich is in tht of w wi travel froms Albany throughout tlhe
Charles 8. Bryan, a well known New ton city. If those wis gto contribute length of the Erie canal and will take
York capitalist, s of more than ordi- will send cata;bat. to me, at Titus- their summer vacations I this way.
nry importance as t mans the e ville, I will see that it et into the Suffrage banners will wave from the
tarli.himentaIn th e environs f the er hadspromptly. committee canalboat, and the passengers will
tb ehment l the envi rs of the i eted that the cnta;bul on from speak at towns along the route.
dity at a very near date of another amp be set in one check. In New York city the assembly dis
dustry to be added to the many q from the long paragraph triets ae to be organic, a woman
.. ..... o eof the committee s letter:
which have their eyes fixed o thisf radeswe am al tw olnd. Capta Ien every district to approa
city a a favorable field for the exten- Death will oon diolve the ast of our the candidate for senators and asse-
stn of their operations. c ap What a happy thing it would blymen to ask if they will parent the
Mr. Chisholm Is the president of the i eah camp before it goes shall subject woman suffrage to he peo-
...ero .Mn cop ay have in its meeting pae the picture of pie and if they are in favor of woman
Grmotet Manufacturing company a mienoent at Arington t our ded, sulfrage In municipal afaia. The
which has been operating a large fer complete and worthy to stand in the headquarters will be open daily from
tilizer plant in Charleston, 8. C., the home of Lee. Re petfl, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., and there will be a
paid in capital of which has been re Commander Indian River Camp No. 47, woman's parliament under Helen K.
gently increased to 82,000 00. U. C. V. dian er o oy on the second and fourth Tues-
Recently the company has purchase days at 8 o'lock. The Equality league
wesdes are aniltn aath the or an-
ed big sites In both Atlanta ad Mont- PLNT YACHT FINEST AFLOAT awith the organ-
gomery and has made a a ngu acn tsa
for the erection of mammoth plants at Equipment and Decoation of the Yo "Riley In the Box. *
both of these places in addition to the lantha Carried Out on a Scal of "Casey at the Bat" must now take a
Charleston concern. and after looking RIoyal Magni c. back seat. for that popular verse has
oCh arleston concern, and after looking y M gls t c s been superseded by "Riley In the Box."
over the fa in Tampa yesterday Commodore Morton F. Plant's new There's been a lot of smoking' over Casey
both gentlemen decided to establish 3,000 ton yacht, the Yolanth., hasm r bhi bat
celved her finishing touches In the An' how he didn't hit the ball an' other
yet another plant In this city. Firth of Fourth and after Cowes week gu like that.
With this end an view they author- will sail for New York. from which ther at ae meart or weed hi fame
Iaed the purchase of from twenty to point the o ner with a party of friends But what's the good of cracklna' p the

an order for the necessary machinery. The Yolantha carries a crew of eighty d beard about this Case au the way
stating that they saw no reason why men. including on expert operator of he smashed them out
why the plant should not be omptet- the Marconi ompany. It has :n else rd beard about ha spoeta' Just to draw
-d and actually in operation within erc iaundly and every mod,.rn eos- 8o when we tackled Casey's team ye may
hi 'eho ine.uhu'e round in the mtst ottly man- be sure 1 tried
a period of ninety days. lous and hotels. The accommodations To put a dent in Casey's fame a' pune-
Mr. ChtMshoim. before leaving the for gustsi are such that each has a ture Caser's pride.
-ity. stated that he expected to do a clpl'ete suite of raoms, including a For those of ye who seen the game it's
arguee amount of business with Cuba t-)rei;iu room. sitting room and t-'th. easy to recall
nd that the whole of these shipments Troughot the veel th ventilatin T hat thed C asey hit the ball.e
would be made by vessels sailing cli- eml'i;:.aent Is est-ially coluplote. i- Twas In t!;e nint'. wid bases full. that
,blo and atlre deck all the fresh air Casey came to bat.
et from Tampa to Cuban ports. that ould prIsthly i retired is up An'. Lordy. how the blechers cheered
He further :ildel that the saving lieI. by tueaty-two elehtr,-ally driven when on his hands he spat!
in fertilizer to the farmers of this Sirx.-o fans. These are built on the I doubled up an' then unlkinked an' let
State by the establishment of this fer- prin-iple of a steamu turbine. and. a.!- the horsehide ly.
"That's not mr stylee" aid Casey as he
tiizer plant in Tampa could not fai .hou.ha t!je h;rgtst of the fans is only let the ball whiz by.
to be considerable. as under the press twet1ty lno-ths in diameter, they pro- "Strolke wan!" the umpire shouted, an' I
**nt arrangements the phosphate, dutte an eonrnoa:s o:tlput oif air. In But ought there'd be a aiht.d: "Be
which is mined in Florida has to ,el .ig thi, eluipment the mm luset. hd He. right "
dore of the New York Ya~cht club has
shipped to other limits and then r~- fo!lowv-l the ex;mluaple of the build-rI As'in I shot a screamer, an' it whistled
turned. making a double rate of of tln-arly all I!:e new hipm of trans- O 'er the- haed strike at it. he
freight before it is in a suitable con- atlanltic c-tcani,::tles. otl which turi;,ne thought a bit too late.


edition for use by the farmers and fruit f:a ns re now ised :.ltsrit lto the exiln- 'Stroike ts:h'" t.he umpire bellowed. but
growers of this section. siont of every other tyI.e. tI he b. tsd ar idn shout.
looked ;.x 4':isey'. an' I saw his amile
In addition to being the president Not onily is tihe Ya:lanuthla e.;ippeel as !v,,, o i
T^for fnmfort: it is a|so luxuriously
of the Germofest Manufacturing Com- furonifhe. r i:it t hatls just pur- braced mrniif an sent a.n in me pee-
turailsh"d. Mr. I'iPant has Javtt pur- Ibae nkl as ni P
pany, Mr. Chisholm is also the presi- ChaI:v' three l, c-elain panels at a cost -" (-er, ug ld all 1Is might an"
dent and treasurer of the Tilgham of $.-.<(ts to gvar finishingg touch" miss,-1 I by a mile.
Phosphate company of Bowling Green. to the decomntion of the principal N,> matter w:a::t the poetry a ys of ct 'ae
at 1tLe bat.
with a paid up capital of $1.000.000, saloon. Ou their trip around the world That atas et.i .:y it happened, ye ca,
which has a plant at that place val- Mr. I'lant's guests will enjoy as many bet your coin on that.
ned at $4.0atM0 and is also conducting luxuries as do travelers on the newest The bands were plain' so:nwnere. U::
transatlantic liners. if not more. .
extends' .- mining operations at Fort transatltic" liners if not ore. *twas not in Casey's town.
They serenaded Riley. He's the man who
Meade. Poor Xilk put him down.
An' so akiddoo for Casey's fame. 111
A healthy man is a king in his wn ri.ht. is often thought to be riespinibhl for anl in- number' twenty-three.
am unhealthy man is an nlhappy .lave. iur- fant's hlos in weight or gtuesal poor health. "Twas Riley was the hero-Pitcher Raey.
daec Bked Bitters build up sound health- The cau*e usually is that the child has worms. do.nt e *oe?
keqe you welL They get the nourishment in the food and the -John I" Rnobine l :% Phttadelphia Rec-
OA MlI Z A Lo a aby starmves. actually starves. White's nrtd
It61u imAmp slawei CreamVerifune expelsthe worms and mr- Acidents willhappen, but theest re-n-
isesthe child, sure and safe. Price 5 cents. lated families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric (hil
Sold by Titusville Pharmary and Banner for such emergencies It subdue; the Pain
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VOL. XXIg TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1908 NO.7"

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: ,DOINGS OF 'THE Greatest Value Here : LATEST NEWS---l Special Sale at Kline's 1, LOCAL GOSSIP ..p.


ffi r S PRESENT WEEK There is one way, and a sure way, AND INCIDENTS Bargains in Every Department AND PERSONALSSomething f
,of getting greatest value when buy-. MONDAY I I
ing clothes, and that is to buy one of tour JUNE 8,1908. .
t
.tt Pungent I Holes Pertaining to Events I Schloss suits. ,' Personal Paragraphs About! People that Ladies' readymade drawers, made'' About the People of Titus- .
of good quality of domestic, with :
Transpiring About Town 'I' You can shop around all you please Travel Here and ThereDr. wide flounce and !
see here something that pleases; I hemstitching and nile as They Come and Go do

Second hand bicycle for sale cheap. there something that rather strikes Miller, Dentist, Titusville.We tucks Ladies', special readymade 29 cents per underskirts pair. ,S II Mr. A. N. Nolle is having his residence ,
,1 Inquire at THE STAR office. your fancy, but if you want real I
worth regret to learn that Mrs. Kuhl, made of good quality of lonsdale painted. 0
value
greatest you'll come to
Mr. Henry Pritchett, of Jacksonville ,our store in the end and get a Schloss of Shiloh, has been quite ill of late. I with 16-inch ruffle of embroidery, II Com. J. H. Allen arrived Tuesday

? is spending a few days in Titus- ,suit. Dr. M. Souvielle, of Jacksonville, worth $1.50, special 99 cents. from few
; Readymade sheets, 72x90, special i a days spent at Daytona. j'j'i
vile.k If you want style you'll find it arrived Wednesday and registered at 50 cents each. t Messrs.Sam Martin and G.S.Sned- .

Mr. and Mrs. H. Watton, of Clifton here; if you want good looks, com- the Sterling. White auto cloth, specially shrunk. "ecker of Melbourne in ,
were town '
fort, good fit and good quality, you'llfind
excellent for ladies' skirts 15
f.: ,,were in town Wednesday and them too, and best of all the Major A. St. Clair Abrams and I cents yard. special Tuesday. i-\t:

called at THE: STAR office. price will be reasonable, just what wife, of Jacksonville, spent a part of Indian per Head linen,already shrunk, Mrs. T. B. Wilson left this week

Editor Oslin, of the Cocoa News, you can easily afford to pay. I Saturday in Titusville.Mr. I Monday's special, 19 cents per yard. Indianola, where she will visit t j

and Mr. S. A. Osteen, of Lotus, were Prices $10.00 to $20.00. i Edward Fitzgerald, state inspector Readymade pillow cases, 45x36, with relatives for some time. '
I
' visitors at THE STAR office Monday. I I worth 20 cents, Monday's special, 14 \
WINSTON
S. BRANNING
of jails, was in town Satur- cents. each. Mrs. Frank Baker arrived Wednesday -' ..1
Mrs. W. C. Thomas is ,expected I Up-to-Date- Clothing House day on his way to Miami and the Chiffon- -- panama, 38 inches wide- on a visit to her father and

to arrive Sunday afternoon. She : Titusville, Florida. Florida Keys. worth 75 cents, Monday's special, 49 mother, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fjos- 4 1
will spend awhile at the home of her cents per yard, black only. '
--- --- --- ---- -- -- --- Mr. Doyle E. Carlton,representing cher.
Black mohair 38 inches wide in
Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson. Motor Boat Races 1
parents, Stetson university, of DeLand, was
all the newest shades including black Miss Allie H. Gillmore, from Jasper -
The Banner Drug Store has a new The following races for motor boats in Titusville the first part of the and blue, special 49 cents per yard. Ala., arrived Wednesday on avisit I

ice shaving machine and is preparedto have been arranged for the Fourthof week in the interest of that well- Wash silks, in all the latest shades, to her half-sister, Mrs. C. A. '

serve drinks that are cold. As to July celebration at Titusville: known institution of education. 24 inches wide, worth 75 cents, Monday Gardner. '

how cold,you can only tell by trying Class A-speed boats of 12 miles Mr. F. T. and of only, 59 cents per yard.
Budge family
Rajah silks in all the latest shades, Johnnie Frasier, the youth who '
t.; them. and over, to be raced according to Miami, arrived here Tuesday for a including Copenhagen blue, 27 inches lost his left few
arm a days as ,
time handed in, and if they exceed wide, worth 75 cents yard.Ladies' ago
We acknowledge'receipt of invitation of day their per
an stop over a or so on way narrated in THE STAR last week, is ,
hand in all the
'r, from Miss Fannie Sams to such time, to be penalized double. to Wakefield, R. I., where they will bags up-to-
doing finely and will probably be out
date styles, prices from 75 cents to r
There will be first and second prizes,
attend the closing exercises of St. spend the summer. 250. again in a few days.
.
Joseph's academy, St. Augustine, consisting of handsome silver cups. I Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Johnson left Ladies' belts in all the newest The ladies of the
} June 17th. Course 9 miles. shades and styles, special 50 cents Presbyterianchurch
1 yesterday for Chester Shoals houseof
Class B-Motor boats of speed 8 to will have a sale of good thingsto
By mutual agreement the dry refuge where they will spend a each.Unbleached
12 miles hour. Boats in this Sea Island domestic eat at Mr. G. F. Duren's meat
goods and grocery stores will observe class will start per from an anchor with few days in the hope of an improve- Monday's special, 14 yards for Sl.OO. market tomorrow afternoon, the pro
every Thursday afternoon as a holi- ment in Mrs. Johnson's health,which Mail orders promptly filled on any ceeds be used for
to repairing the
engine not in motion, anchor to be
of the above goods.
[ day, commencing yesterday and con- has been rather poor of late.
raised and engine started at signal JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. church.

tinuing to Sept. 1st. from gun. First arid second prizes, Monday was June rule day and the.' __ ___ _____. u_ ___ Judge Minor S. Jones will convene

The Titusville nine went to Cocoa consisting of handsome silver cups. property advertised under sheriff's For County CommissionerI the June term of the circuit court _

c' yesterday to play ball and again met Course 6 miles. sale, situated on the lower end of hereby myself in and for Dade county on next Tues-
defeat the hands of the Cocoa Merritts Island bid in P. A. announce as can-
at was by
i Class C-Motor boats of speed not didate for commissioner of day, June 9th. The term promisesto f
boys, the score standing 4 to 5. A McMillan the plaintiff in the suit of county
exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boatsin 5th district, Brevard county, at the be quite lengthy as there is quitea
number of the Titusville witness young pea this class will also start from an attachment against Harold I. Smith. coming primary to be held June 16th, heavy civil docket besides several
down the
ple went to game. anchor with engine not in motion, Mrs. Roberts and Miss Emmons, 1908, and solicit the support of al murder cases to be tried. "

r C. C. Chillingworth, Esq., of West anchor to be raised and engine to be of Mims, paid TIlE STAR office a my friends in the contest. Contractor P. J. Hall has just completed ,

Palm Beach, was in town Monday started at signal from a gun. Six : pleasant call yesterday Mrs. Rob- Your obedient servant, a boat house for E. B. Wager,

r and Tuesday for the purpose of-set cash prizes-$8, $5, $4, $3, $2 and$1. erts expects to leave in a few days T. J. COCKSHUTT. in South Titusv ille,to keep his motor

;:: ,fling up the affairs of the estate of course 6 miles. for Waterbury, Conn., where she boat out of the weather. Mr. Hall %

the late Fannie A. Smith among :hei' Class C starts at 9:30 a. m. will spend the summer north with Teachers' Examination commenced work on moving the S

'- heirs, who met him here by appointment Class B starts at 10:30 a. m. her daughter. Seventeen teachers are taking the Wiley cottage Wednesday to its new *

Class A starts at 11:30 a. m. Governor Broward was a passen- June examination this week, which location on the Baptistparsonage lot. *

Mr. Chas.' Hatch, of Washington, Boats must be entered in such ger on the northbound train Sunday commenced Tuesday morning in the Misses Jessie, Barbara and Una ,

in the employ of the department of events as correspond with their best from Miami to DeLand, where he high school building. Of this number Miller, of Eden; Misses Ruth Farley

agriculture,bureau of commerce and speed. made his second address since the I seven are white and ten colored. and Ada Comstock, of Malabar; Miss !

labor, was in Titusville the first off Entries to be made to Com. J. !first primary Monday. His first ad- Rev. Wm. Stones is assistant to N. C. Schofield, of Tropic, and Miss .'

f the week to inspect and make report Lorillard Jr., Titusville, Fla., up to dress since the May primary was delivered Superintendent Walker in conduct- G. Stewart, of Banyan, are taking 'II

F on the timber lands of Brevard coun- July 2nd inclusive. \ at Miami Saturday.The ing the examination. the teachers' examination in session I ,;
and from here took in St. fcucie Entries are free and all motor boat
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grand stand at the baseball this week in the high school building. < 1.
county. men are cordially invited to enter Church Notes
grounds has been erected this week They are stopping at Hotel Palm- Jj
Mrs. Wm. Cleveland, of Fort their boats in these events. The pastor will preach in the Meth- hurst. g
under the direction of Messrs. Bert ]
Meade who has been here odist church Sunday at 11 and
visiting
a. m. f
A Surprise to Mrs. ScrimgeourAt Johnson and McLendon, and is quitean A letter received from Mr. C. C. *
with her cousin Mrs. J. M. Osban 7:30 and evening throughthe
p. m., every
imposing affair and will be a great Henderson, of Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
... ,for several weeks past, will leave tomorrow the regular meeting of the or- week at 7:30. There is a place
convenience at the numerous con- : "Although I am sadly over- Of .Ii Iisa's
der of the Eastern Star in the Ma-
and welcome for
morning for Canaveral a you.
t ,
tests of the national game that are worked having both my private business .1
; she visit her father Mr. sonic hall last Tuesday evening, Mrs.
will
where Rev. Wm. Stones will preach and !
expected to be pulled off here this my newspaper work and the ,,
S. F. Gray, for a couple of weeks. M. A. Scrimgeour was very pleasantly season. administer the Lord's supper at La- conduct of the campaign of Gov.

Mr. Cleveland is now holding an important surprised by the presentation of a Grange on Sunday next at 11 a. m., Patterson for renomination, I have fi
Decoration day observed in
beautiful order pin her and was
name
position with the Charleston Titusville 7:30
and preach at at m.
p. never failed to read THE FLORIDA
; I Titusville last Saturday as has been
chapter number engraved on same, i
Co. of Fort Meade. -- --- ----
Mining i
to her from this chapter, of which the custom in former years. A load Wedding Bells to Peal 1 1 STAR, and always enjoyed it. Mrs. .f if'j
The West Palm Beach Sun says I of flowers was taken out to Titus- Henderson and our daughters are 4 |]
she has long been a member. Mrs.
Cards have been sent out by Mr
that Mr. John B. Beach, manager of Scrimgeour warmly thanked the ville cemetery, where the graves of : enjoying perfect health and bid me 4 .
i and Mrs. George Seth Singleton of
,
the Florida East Coast Fish company, chapter for the lovely remembrance. those who have passed beyond were I I ask you to remember them to our .'
is Frank Carlile build I Cocoa, announcing the marriage of i friends in Titusville, and also ex-
4" having a seagoing Delicious refreshments also strewn with them. It is to be regretted -I'
lighter, to be used by the fish- were that the attendance this their daughter, Ella Cornelia, to Mr. press to you their appreciation of :,
: ermen next season. The lighter will served as this was probably the last year Elton William Hall, to take place on i I the kindness shown them while *'
be fitted with a gas engine, and meeting Mrs. S. will attend for some was not as large as in former years.A .the morning of Thursday,June 18th, 1 great little '[
delightful
visiting
city.
whenever necessary can be taken out- time as she expects to soon leave for second suit of Daniels vs. Mas- .at 11:30, St. Marks Episcopal church, ( your .,
side to bring in the enormous quan- California, where she will remain in- for the of Hotel Palm- \\i.e.; wreaths t
tities of fish which are sometimes sey possession Cocoa. Miss Singleton has taught Millinery flowers, etc. ,

caught in nets along the ocean beach. definitely. hurst property was held before Justice school in Brevard county tor a number 1 Medallions Bias seam,binding stars, anchors in cambric f]

I B. R. Wilson Wednesday and Y] of years and isa general favorite Soldcnne for mending agate wear, etc.
Have You Been for This?
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's Waiting i i tried by jury. The verdict returned I 1 with all who know her, and it is with FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES .
Clothing I want to to Colorado for a Screen cloth, 30 33 :6 and V) inch
go was in favor of the defendant. Judge a great deal of interest that her
of months.To cou-I I I Talking machines at.1 records etc. '
Special prices in boys' and youths'suits. ple
I Gaulden appeared as counsel for Dr. ;friends learn of her approaching CIIAS. A. GARDNER 'Phone 342
Extra big reduction in men's get expense money
clothing, price makes no difference, your dental work for a ridiculously l I I I;: Daniel; Mr. Massey spoke in his own marriage. Mr. Hall is now night op- ': ----- '

they must go. low price.. Some of the more expensive -I behalf and made his statement to the erator for the F. E. C. Railway Co. : For Sale Cheap For Cash \

Trunks and dress suit cases at spec- work such as gold crowns. jury. I at Titusville. !1 Six acres and a half of improved \
ial prices. and enamel filling, you can get for!' land on Merritts bland, known as 1'
JULIUS KLINE one-half the usual price. I State Prohibition Convention :, Photograph GalleryI the Sidney Carpenter place. Title per I
Titusville Fla. You must come within the next fect. Address
two weeks and you must bring the, The state convention of the prohi-i i I Go to Faust the photographer, on MRS. R. J. FINE \ "
bition will be held at Gainesville
party Julia street, for artistic photos. All I
Orange and Grapefruit Trees cash. Make your appointments so Fla., June 9, 1908. Each counI work first class and promptly attendedto. Punta Gorda, Fla. J

Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high there will be DR.no disappointment.MILLER Denti>t. I ty is entitled to two delegates. It is Crayon, pastel, water colors and Bargains----in--Trees--- .
hickory hammock. Free from white I expected that there will be a large oil paintings a specialty. ,

fly. One year to two year old buds. ', attendance. Fine lot 2-v ear old grapefruit buds, 1 I;
NoticeAt For Sale
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully ( JOHN P. Corns Cheap For Cash Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 t .1 Scents \
packed and delivered at Oak Hill a special meeting of the Indian Chairman State Prohibition Com'ty, I' About 88 acres of good high land on each, $25.00 per 100. l .
station. J. W. GRIFFIS, River Haulover Outing club a corporation -I! Eustis, Fla. ; the east or ocean side of the Indian river J. B. BEACH,
Shiloh, Fla. duly organized and existing ; at the Narrows, described as follows: West Palm Beach, Fla. ,,
.: Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section -
under the laws of the state of Wisconsin i[ Draying
Soda Fountain for Sale the of said corporationwas 36, in township 31 south range 39 Wood For Sale
name j.
of all kinds This land is
i Draying or hauling promptly east. unimproved but fine-
With charging apparatus, glasses and changed to Indian River com- attended to. Meet all trains. ly located. For further particulars ad- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- ,
32 feet coil, also peanut roaster. Address pany. Dated May 4th, 1908. H. E. HOLTON, dress E. M. Low ing and harrowing. See or address J.
G., STAR.. .office. JOHN S. MAIN, Sec. I ...Titusville, Fla. Brockton, Mass. W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. '"
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'\ CAR OF PINES ATTACHED. Death of a Japanese.The Women as Well as Men I

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says
Miserable
Are Made
." M ,Baltimore Firm says Florida Shipper by "
"' The first death of a native Japanesein
:c .. Violated Contract.
Jacksonville occurred yesterday Kidney Trouble. 1
of the I
The Baltimore correspondent
when Mr. Koh Kumashiro succumbedto
New York Packer says: Spaulding'sASE
a selge of typhoid fever yesterday trouble the mind discourages
Kidney, preys upon -
'f The Stewart Fruit Co. in an effort
d FP morning at the DeSoto sanitarium and lessens ambition;beauty igor
to have its trade connection live up
;; and cheerfulness
-. r '. Mr. Kumashiro came to America in f-- I soon
# to their oblfgations, was compelled to v' :) disappear when the kidneys
1903 from his home in Tokio. He entered >
( take rather drastic action on a car are out of order
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ry Yale college for a post graduatecourse. P or diseased.
of pines which arrived at Uoltou :Mon d LBALL andSporting
.' I When the Jamestown exposition : -I Kidney trouble has i

J'i :l day. opened his services were engagedfor become so prevalentthat

t t Some time ago, when the tomato it is not uncommon
4 .if .,
= : Goods
# the Japanese axhibit. He re
for a child to be born t
r
market was not in as good shape as t
:rt ", mained at the exposition until its ?afflicted with weak kid-
,. : at present but foreseeing some bus- :
I i'! ; If the child urinates -
, close, and came to Jacksonville several neys. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
t f 1i tJ iness in that line the Stewart Frtilt too often if the
.k months with the
Japanese
ago :
Co. contracted to purchase 2 cars of urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child
..; l L f. colony to participate in the Florida reaches an age when It should be able to B. DREW CO.
tomatoes whose name the concern re THE H. & W.
. '. Mid-Winter Exposition.He control the passage it is yet afflicted with 3
*n: 't\;" fuses to make public. The tomatoes bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
";' f was 28 old. He was unassuming -
s .,. 7' were sold to the Stewart Fruit to. at years the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

::11 .." .'"- I.I and attained that happy step should be towards the treatment of
"' :-.iJc : a price which has not been given faculty of making friends whereverhe these important organs. This unpleasant I The Trade supplied at the same wholesale pricesf.

'Tk out but the shipper was guaranteed b. Jacksonville as charged by Spaulding on shipments -
; :::. ; : be. He has relatives in trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
; :', ." $2 for his pines. The. pines were may kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as from New York. Save the freight

: J about to come North the market sUtr.fiEti this country, but his death came in most people suppose. Send for Catalogue

: the presence of a number of his coun- Women as well as men are made mis- 1
ened and the shipper concluded to i
!. trymen, who provided every comfortfor erable with kidney and bladder trouble, ,
::' =f.t send the 2 cars eleswhere, but not I 1 and both need the same great remedy.The .
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1t } to Stewart at the price contracted for. mild and the immediate effect of
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t ,: ness. is sold
Swamp-Root soon realized. It Is
f !' .' The tomatoes went elsewhere! 1 carr
. ) His body has been prepared for ship by druggists,* in fifty-
'Y' kri1: is believed to have reached the firm
: : cent and one dollar
ment by Charles A. Clark and will be
f :; ...,. of J.'H. Leib & Co. At all events they sizes. You may have a.
sent to D. C. for .
: Washington crema-
; : ;' did not come to the Stewart Fruit Co.. sample bottle by mail FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL

t1 y'.: '). and Secretary Thompson of that concern tion. The ashes will be sent to his free also pamphlet tell- Home of Swamp-RooC.

::1t'; parents in far-off Japan. ing all about it, including many of the
.t declares his company lost $500 thousands of testimonial letters received
: CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14. 1906
on the transaction, the sum which from sufferers cured. I 10 writing Dr. Kilmer

would have been realized had the tomatoes He Got What He Needed & Co., Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and No. 99 No. 29 MAIN LINE No 78 No. 9S

mention this Daily610pm Daily920am Dttlly410pm DnihDaily
At all events "Nine it looked as if time i paper.Don't I
si been shipped. years ago my a ic: _
Ly----JacbonyUl'Ar 7 pm- r
of Mill
Mr. C.
had Farthing
this is his side of the story, and, to come'says Ter. I down that life make any mistake but rememberthe 6S pm 103S am. Ar._8t.Augastins_..... 710 as
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l.'ret k.lnd. was so run name. Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- 732pm 114) am Le_East: Palatka--- 504pm321pm 6 I sax
.' ; Dack it up, the Stewart Fruit Co. Monday hung on a very slender thread. It was then Root and the address, Bioghampton, N. Y, 912pm 123pm: Lv__Ormond......" ,_ Lv t :4 ...
attached the car of pines to sat that my druggist recommended Electric Bit- on every bottle. 92'j pm 133 pm LY--Dar'ona.--L' 307 pm 4 't au
4k ters. I bought a bottle and got what I needed 1010 pm 2tOpm Lv_Smyrna-Ly 2711'm, :4ao
isfy the claim of $500 held against -strength. I had one foot in the grave but 1118 pm S2'Jpm Lv_Titusrllle.-.L, III pm 1 A s.
a back the turf again BY WOMEN. noont 412pm Lys--.Cocoa .ty 1132pm 1 t..
Electric Bitters it CAMPAIGN
put on CANAL
the shipper as a result of his failure I 1304 am 415pm LyRocllled: .. ... .Lv 12 28 pcll.Mam I 9ase
and I've been well since Sold under
.' ever 1239 am 4 50 pm Lv_Eau Gallic_Lv I.4 ask
1= '''''. to send the tomatoes which the Stew guarantee at Banner Drug Store. 50c. 1219 am 600 pm .,,".._Melbourne_........Lv 1144 am 10:1.-:
, Suffragists Will Speak From a Boat 250 _...._ _
due them. The am 100 pm Fl. Pierce._ Ly 9fc.i am 1I1 pasS
claim car
; t .,' "arts were Along the Erie. I (9 am 904 pm Ar,.,....West Palm Bech._._..Lv 736 am 1 e4 r-
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}= will be sold under attachment and NoticeTo I 636 am 10 48 pm .,..._Ft- Landerdale_Lv &S6am 721 p.
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Canalboat campaigning is one of the 735 am HUpm750am Ar MIami -.......L. 500 am 8. pa'
=, = then the sheriff may have trouble to features of suffrage work announcedat 110 00 am e Lr_i Miami ._Ar 513pm210pm 1108"
,; Members of Indian River Camp No. 47, 111 W am *1060 am Ar_..Homestead_ __L, ft''''piat3
' determine about the money. A law- Their Sons and Daughters. the new suffragist campaign; headquarters 0 i pm At_ .Knlghfi Key Doek_.....L'_...... :..........=....=.-:11)00 aa__ ,
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suit is expected as a result but the opened recently In New York .
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except Sunday. Sundays Thursday only. Tuesdaysaid aatt.na.y' naly
\ 1 am in receipt of a communicationfrom ._
Stewart Fruit Co. officials claim they the executive committee of the city. The headquarters have been established PALATKA BRANCH -

have documentary evidence sufficient Arlington Confederate Monument as- by the Equality League of i_ -
Self Women which is aboutto Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive 11 Leave PALATKA TO Arrtve
rfr! to leave no doubt as to what the outcome sociation appealing to you individually, Supporting j I \ Ip
PiutkJ TO PALATKA Palatka Palatka EAST PALATKA
'., and to all.other members_ of. the U. C. undertake suffrage plans which Mrs. .
the will be. -- -- -- -
,cI -,, of case vs. for the sum ot W) cents each, for Harriet Stanton Blatch., the president 5"; am _No. 46 Dally,_,,,_,. bS0am n.) am _._No..7 Day.!! .. ...m..\ 4U..
,', the of erecting a suitable mon- outlined.A e:;am __No 48 Daily_ S45am 800 am ",_..No.49 flatly .. ...__..Iew.R92i
J Big Fertilizer Plant purpose : am _N.ti 50 Dilly_ 945 am 1115 am _Na bl l'wPJly__.. ... 11 .. ..
ument to the 265 Confederate soldiers canalboat trip will be made by the 11';) 1m _Nn U Dail)_ 1210 pm 250 pm _Ko. i3 .pr4U5pm

i 1' ; J (Tampa Times.) who are resting in a beautiful plot of suffrage workers after the trolley suffrage __ _No.54 D.n_ 4:1S pm 430 I'm __5o.63 1..11'\3.\ )..
known the Confederate 6pm .SQ. M Daily_ 62S pm 70 pm.Ns. IT ..
The visit to Tampa Saturday of G. ground now as campaign is over. The workers 7 ;'j m .__._.No. 58 I1&Ily...__._ 7M ro 800 ro _..._No. &V nIIlY.S1. e*
4 section of the National cemetery at Ar-

W. Chisholm of Charleston, S. C., and lington, which is in sight of Washington Trill travel from Albany throughout the __ SAN HA TEa_ BRANCH _

Charles S. Bryan, a well known New city. If those wishing to contributewill length of the Erie canal and will take L'&Y. EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave SAN MATEO TO j Antn

4 York capitalist, is of more than ordinary send contribution to me, at Titus- their summer vacations in this way. Last TO SAN MATEO Mateo San S.n EAST PALATKA .Palaka GatPalAtka
ville I will see that it gets into the Suffrage banners will wave from the I Mateo

Importance, as it means the establishment hands committee and the will 8,:,) 1m _No. 49 Dallr__ 8SG am goo-am _...... ..Ko. SO Dally.._ .. u a.
4. in the environs of the proper promptly canalboat, passengers 3_"J>m __._So. 53 D.Il"_.......... U5 I'm S40l'm ... .._....No. M belly 4 P qr
suggested that the contribution from
speak at towns along the route.
Na.21 No.19 No.n Jo, IS : No.22 No. )t
city at a very near date of another each camp be sent in one check.I In New York city the assembly districts I I MAYPORT I
j quote from the closing paragraphof Daily Daily Dd17 BRANCH Daily Dally Dally
industry to be added to the many are to be organized, a woman

A which have their eyes fixed on this the committee's letter: captain in every district to approachthe 6oop'2oo' pm 94Sam LvJacksonvliie- 700 am .: I70 pm 100 pa'61Opm
"Comrades we are all growing old. 2.au I'm .1024.mll.yr.bloBeacII..Ly 820 am 140 aID 121' pa'65.5pm
.}< city as a favorable field for the ext enit' Death will soon dissolve the last of our candidates for senators and assemblymen 245 l'lRi10sam'LY.Atlan\lclJeacbLY GUam'. l14a.I-:"
". to ask if they will present the 710'mI300"m 1045amArMar rt..Lv lOOam Lin aa bon __
it would _
1. sion of their operations. What a happy thing =-
camr.each before it goes shall subject of woman suffrage to the people Ne,3 No.1 Nat No.4 Ne.9 N..IP
.. :- Mr. Chisholm is the president of the camp OP Daily Daily Or,.,.City Braacll Daily Daily 1 Daily Sa.tt4 Illite" D.IIye'
1 have in its meeting place the picture ofa and if they are In favor of woman Sun t'x f'uu. ex. UD. ex.f'UB. ex. lun. er.fan
,! 1 Germofest Manufacturing company monument at Arlington to our dead, suffrage in municipal affairs. The --- -- -
4 2 t9 pm 900 am Lv New Smyrna Ar. 115 pm 100 pm 800 am Ly T1w-.We Ar. U JO JC.It''I'IO .
,,_ : which has been operating a large fer complete and worthy to stand in the headquarters will be open daily from I 1Oa.m Ly.L&te HeleaLy.121lpm fSlpm 'OOam Ar.SaDfunI Ly. .10..

\ S. C the home of Lee. Respectfully, there will be 1'e pm lObO 1m Ly.OrangCUyLy.lUOpaa flOpm ........... ...._. .. ...
. ; tilizer plant in Charleston 10 a. in. to 3 p. nx, and awoman's ,4 .... .. _.... ....
., W. S. NORWOOD, q ion 1100am !r.Orange CltyJc 12UJlm fOO ro ....___...._ .

)...i.: ti paid in capital of which has been re- Commander Indian River Camp No. 47 parliament under Helen K. Cnnnecrioss mad. at Kalghts Key Deck for 1[... West sal H.,.".,
Hoy on the second and fourth Tues-
; cently increased to $2,000,000. U. C. V.
. fi'1 h.... TIMK TABLES ihow the times at which trains _y k*.ip rtd t. --
Recently the company has purchased days at 8 o'clock. The Equality league riv.and depart from the "".ral.taU...; bat their arrival or depart r. at the. time
tJ. s4: ., : women are affiliating with the organ- "rated 1* n.* guamnteftd, aor doe lh.Compel held IU.U recpoMlble for say delay
: !t big sites in both Atlanta and Montgomery PLANT YACHT FINEST AFLOAT ization. Dr- .fty ron"equ.nce arising tht'r..frcMD. _.

r ;:fit"j,- ,. and has made arrangements For COM of the Local'1'1_. Card or Other laformatlom I ii

:I. for the erection of mammoth plants att' Equipment and Decoration of the Yo "Riley In the Box." '.SilE THE TICK33T .A.GEXT*
. i. D RAHNER, Assistant General Pa.... Act., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA j
jk -c. both of these places in addition to the lantha Carried Out on a Scale of "Casey at the Bat must now take a I I.a
back seat for that popular verse has -- -
r # Charleston concern, and after looking Royal Magnificence. been superseded by "RUejr In the Box."

; I" F" over the affairs in Tampa yesterdayboth Commodore Morton F. Plant's new There's been a lot of smokin' over Caseyan i

3.000( ton yacht, the Yolantha, has received his bat
; decided to establish
I : gentlemen her finishing touches in the An' how he didn't hit the ball an* other .. -. ... ... iI
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,, yet another plant in this city. Firth of Fourth and after Cowes week guff like that. Ci.; I

'l_, : .r With this end in view they authorized They've made some rhymes about him
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will sail for New York
;: that haTe sort 0' swelled his fame.
4 : t the purchase of from twenty toj point the ow ner with a party of friends But what's the good of crackln' up the Mothers !

J \.! -j-' i- twenty-five acres of land and placed will start ou a tour around the world. mutt that lost the game?

. I' k -r an order for the necessary machinery, The Yolantba carries a crew of eighty I'd heard about this Casey an' the war Children's
out\ for
. (r stating that they saw no reason why men including an: expert operator of he smashed them out. Look your
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j'f the Marconi It has an electric I'd heard about his posln just to draw
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fat why the plant should not be completed I company. the bleachers' shout. Health while they are young.
laundry and every modern convenience -
f ;\ and actually in operation within So when we tackled Casey's team ye may
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t a period of ninety days. lons and hotels.!! The accommodationsfor : To put a dent in Casey's fame an* punc-

f .. Mr. Chisholm. before leaving the guests: are such that each has a ture Casey's pride.

;; ., =' i city, stated that he expected to do i complete suite of rooms, Including; H For those of ye who seen the game it's i !

L .];;1 -? large amount of business with Cuba leepinjj; room sitting room and hlth.Throuh.ut easy to recall ,
That they'd have won an' we'd have lost
3. i. and that the whole of these shipmentf" the vessel the ventilating had Casey hit the bait

1 would be made by essels sailing direct ii'ipnwnt Is especially complete. Below Twas in the nint', wid bases full, that T"A DoE 1"\"'" K.
t and above deck all the fresh cir Casey came to bat.

1 from Tampa to Cuban ports. that could possibly lx' required Is sup- An'. Lorry how the bleachers cheered Is a great medicine for children. It keeps their liver active

He further added that the savins plicvl''; l>y twenty-two electrically rin'uirO'l when on his hands he spat! in a mild gentle manner, you will see a healthy color appear

-I : I in fertilizer to the farmers of this \) fa us. These are built ou the I doubled up an' then unkinked an' let on their cheeks, and Illaess for them will be a thing of tho past.

j State by the establishment of this fertilizer principle of a steam turbine, and. although !- the horsehide fly.
"That's not me stoyle," said Casey as he A Positive Cure
i Y i' plant in Tampa could not fat: : : tbe largest of the fans Is only let the ball whiz by.

; to be considerable as under the present twenty Inches in diameter they produce "Strolke wan!** the umpire shouted an' I w CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND

1 an enormous output of air. InH.It..tinot thought there'd be a fight. FOR
FEVER MALARIA. DYSPEPSIA
i arrangements the phosphate But Casey sort o' turned an' said: "Be -
this equipment the commodore I
t which is mined in Florida has to be / quiet lads. lIe's right. BILIOUSNESS, AND ALL,
.. of the New York Yacht club has :
a ; shipped to other points and then returned followed! the example of the buildersof Ag'in 1 shot a screamer, an' It whistledo'er trfv. UVER COMPLAINTS.Mrs..

making double rate off the plate.If -
a
all the of
nearly new ships transatlantic -
r.- Casey thought lie Ii strike at it he J. Hopkins, ManChester -
freight before it is in a suitable condition companies on which turbine thought a tit too late. 4 <. ..- Kan. writes: "I

; t for use by the farmers and fruit fans are now used almost to tIt exclusion : ; "Stroike; tuh!" the umpire bellowed but ,Y have used Heroine for
e the bleachers didn't shout.I : .
of other tyj. know of better for
1 growers of this section. every ; : years, DO
looked at Casey, an' I saw his smile ;
Not is the Yolantba \ chills and foyer headachy
only ,
equipped
I In addition to being the president was Uyin': out.I _
l .": for comfort: it is also luxuriously -_ biliousness,etc. My children -

i :: t -. : of the Germofest Manufacturing Company furnished. Mr. Plant has Just pur- braced myself an' sent wan in me pee- / are never sick. I will

!::5 I' Mr. Chisholm is also the president chafed three coolyer style age it always."
porcelain panels at a cost An' Casey swusg'Id all Us might an'mussed
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. and treasurer of the Tilgham of $-!:..(kiI to give nt nlshln touch" It by a mile. PRICE 50c.

t 1 Phosphate company of Bowling Green, to the decoration of the principal No matter what the po'try says of Caseyat

$ with a paid up capital of $1,000,000, saloon.! On their trip around the world the bat \
That
:;.. was the way It happened ye ca"bet BallardSaowlinimaotCo.
t t which has a plant at that place valued Mr. Plant's guests will enjoy as many your coin on that.
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., luxuries as do travelers on the lIeweot 500-502 North Second
at $600,000 and i3 also conducting The bands were playin somewhere but I St.,
transatlantic liners. if not more. .
r t .. pxtpnsh'? mining operations" at Fort 'twas not In Casey'. town. : : ST. LOUIS MO.
They serenaded RlIe,. He's the man who ,

: ; ... Meade. Poor Milkis put him down.
An' so sklddoo for Casey's fame. Jllsnumber's
i. : It.. A healthy man is a king in his own riht, often thought! to be ro.pfnsibleforan infant's twenty-three.
i ,' an unhealthy man i*an nnhappy slave. Burdock loss in weight health. Tw&j >
: : or general poor Riley was the her -}jtcher Riley.
; .' Blood Bitters build up sound health The cause Usually is that the child hs worms. don't ye see?

t D ;., i :..-,. keeps you well. They get the nourishment in the food and tie John I. Robinson >n Philadelphia Record Sold and Recommended byStoro

: O.A.S*F O XL X.A.. baby starves actually starves. White's -

F. 11"H'* Always Bart Cream Vermifuge expels' the worms and nourishes A'Ci"en.wi11 happen but the best ",:ro-
: the child, sure and safe. Price 25 cents. lated families keep Dr. Thomas Electric Oil T1.1UBV1.11.o; PhnrD1ncy and

J; .. tsar 11 1f..f-tP. Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and Banner for such emergencies. It subdues the Pain

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: saw ganized in Tampa.Watermelons BEST FOR THEBOWELS Do You Open Your Mouth 4

i : : < PREVENT U. S. ,ACTION ,Like a young bird and'gulp down whatever -
rl : : I are quite plentiful
!iFAIR AGAINST VENEZUELA. food or medicine may be offered yon?
? FLORIDA i on the Miami market, the Dade Bounty I Or,do you want to know something of the
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,. -- I loads. Recent rains' have )Bowels every day.1011'"ill or will be. Keep roar yon take into your stomach whether as
wagon
-11iI: Iig.:Bone Towards\ the De- joweU open,and be welL Force,IB tbe shape of moter to Forestall Move on Behalfof food or medicine?
,'>'A '$ Tiolcat phrtia or pill potion. daeeeroaa. The
helped the
.considerably.
crop I aootbeit,eailest.most perfect way of keeping Claimants Against President Cas Most Intelligent and sensible people

:?; 1 iIpIItt of, the Peninsula The plant of the Franklin Lumber the bowels near Cud clean U to tako' tro's Government. now-a-days insist on knowing what they

I. CANDYCATHARTIC Little or nothing had been heard employ whether as food or as medicine.
'frj:1SIzh daily paper Is to make Company located six miles north of believes
Dr. Pierce they have a perfect
about the asphalt trast since Its col-
;.1ta'T&Dpearance. in Tampa beginning Apalachicola on the Apalachicola riv- right toiist upon such knowledge. So ha
": apse in 1901 until the recent recrudes-
:4ii:1st: ; It will be called "El p1a1odeTamp& en. was completely destroyed by fire cence of the Venezuelan controversy. publisbes.: drast and on each bottlewr -

Wednesday. The loss Is fully covered r, whaQuSTB diclnes are made of -
Then it was suddenly discovered that an v foal Thishefeels!

.f .'" ::The: Florida Dental Society which by insurance. The origin of the the trust was at Irs devilish work tip un U' lTo.!!! t do hP'au p th(' mOf., S

adjourned" at Tampa Saturday, voted fire is unknown,, excepting, that it was again. This time It was trying to embroIl th f> ingrpchfnt-jr>( which his medicines "

.... discovered burning through the roof the United States in war with are made'artrstiTdit-d and unamtuid tha -
'f to meet in Ocala
about June 10th
President Castro-or BO said his! more will thl'lr superior curative virt'ufca
\t. of the engine room. A high wind was repre- -- -
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." 1909. CAT 'EM LIKE CANDY entatlves here-and in horrified tones nrt>{ at
prevailing and although the mill For the cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses -
lJJiff The Christian Scientists of Florida I Pleasant Palatable. Potent. Tate Good." Do his press agents asked, "Shall the
closed down and all employees foughtthe Good Never Sl>MI.Weaken or Gripe; 10.ia and irregularities and derangements "
1 /. are making application to the Secretary flames to so cents perboi. Write for free>sample,and booklet United States go to war for a trust?" giving rise to frequent headaches, backache -
they quickly spread OB health. Address 43J
.# : of State for incorporation under Perish the thought! Especially should dragging-down pain or distress in V
Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New York.
every portion of the building, and
i the nation avoid to for lower abdominal
gomg war a or pelvic region aecom-
the laws of Florida as a church.body. within a few hours it was In asnes. KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM dead trust. one that seven years ago panied, ofttimcs with a 'debilitating ,-

The Baptists of Florida will have to Miami was visited last Friday by was laid In the tordb bearing the Inscription pelvic catarrhal drain and kindred symp- V

f ;:r raise $17,000 "National toms of weakness, Dr. Pierce's Favorite 4-
during the
next year as : Asphalt Company;
millions of butterflies. The little Insects Mr. M. W. Devane was out hunting Prescription is a most efficient remedy. '
:j they assessed born 1900-died 1901. Gone, but not
were $9,000 for home came fluttering down from the It is equally effective in curing painful
last week and killed ten alligators "
and $8,000 for foreign missions by thelate forgotten by the stockholders. periods, in giving strength to nursing :
north and all seemed to be bent or He says that there are plenty of them It Is one of fate's choicest ironies that mothers and in preparing the system of
i Southern Baptist Convention in the mother for
getting down south as rapidly as pos- left and that it pays well for the timeas the unsavory reputation of the National expectant baby's coming
thus childbirth safe and -
rendering eom-
: session at Hot Springs Ark. The
sible. This is a yearly occurence in the hides sell for $1.45;: each. lIe Asphalt trust has lately been dragged I parath ely painless. The Favonte Prescription S

denomination is a strong one in Florida Dade county and for two or threeda's that he will start Tuesday or forth and used as a bogy to scare off I is a most potent strengthening .
I and the amount will be subscrib says tonic to the general system and to the
action on behalf of the American claimants S
there to be an endless
seems
Wednesday on another hunt for them. organs distinctly feminine in particular. V

ed.r swarm, after which they disappear as He hunted on Peace River, near Lake against Venezuela, one of these It is also a soothing and Invigorating '
claimants being the New .York and nervine and cures nervous exhaustion .
Knights Key now has a real post I suddenly as they come. No one has Annie, last week, but says that he will lermudez company, a subsidiary concern nervous nrostration. neuralzia. hvsteria. S

office and mall can be sent there as ever given a solution of the mysteryof Lake Walking Water this week as General spa ms. chorea or St. Vitus's dance, and 'W',
try of the Asphalt
company other distressing nervous attendant '
r safely_as to other points In the State. these swarms, but if each butterfly there are more alligators at that place that survived the bursting of the as- upon functional and symptoms organic diseases .''.t __

Heretofore the mall was sent there in started up as a caterpillar there wasa i for they are not hunted very much phalt bubble in 1001. of the distinctly feminine organs.A .
host of medical authorities of all the
care of the railroad company, through large lot of worms somewhere.- there.Bartow Record. For the resurrectionist Is no other several schools of practice, recommend

'the Miami postoffice. The new office Miami News-Record. than Amzl L. Barber, promoter of the each of the several ingredients of which
The rains of the past few weeks Favorite is made for the
Prescription
I National Asphalt company and since
will be convenience to travelers -
a great
i):. Our council some time ago, requested have been very beneficial to the its failure the associate of President cure of the diseases for which it is claimedto 1
to, and from the keys and to parties the of the lands be a cure. You iav read what they
owners watermelon and the are Castro in the asphalt business.In card V
crop growers say/or ymmelf by sending a postal ,
: who yachting in that vicinity.
are -
I bordering on the margins of Lakes now looking forward to a large yield. all the annals of high finance request for a free booklet of .extract
t .-Miami News-Record. from the leading: authorities, to Dr. R. V. V
: Virginia and Osceola, to remove the there is no spectacle to equal that ofa
Nearly two hundred acres of melons Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical! Institute
r; ,. "Of the twenty-two miles of DeLand- hyacinths and stumps near the edgeof were planted in this vicinity, but owing parent holding up the dissolute life ,Buffalo N. Y.,and. it will come to .1\ V l..

fDaytona, road to be hard surfaced me waters. This request was madein of a bankrupt offspring as an argu- you by return peeL .
to the drouth in the early spring,
thirteen of it has practically been order that a party in Sanford, who ment to show that be (the said parent)
the first planting is a poor stand. should remain in possession of an important -
ii.: completed. Contractor Cannons is now has the contract, can seine the lakesto :
Those that did come up, however, are part of the deceased bankrupt'sestate.
r. sending out shell from the pit south catch and destroy all the gars and I
.
and putting on a
doing splendidly are
_
':. of town miles toward Daytona. fish The lakes will be : :
eight catfish, eaters. fine crop of melons, which, it is expected With the horrible example of the Asphalt t \

j; and a ,force is at work on the coast stocked by the U. S. government with will be ready for market in Company of America and the .

; end. Cannons has made big progress edible fish. Efforts will be made to The hills National Asphalt company before them 0: "
time to bring fancy prices.
on the road during the last two make it unlawful to fish in the lakes the reorganizers wh took hold of the
where the seed failed to at first
sprout .
Barber wrecks the trust idea. TRADE MARKS
Volusla Record. gave up
: montbjs. County during the spawning season.WiuterPark
came up after the rains and are also; They reduced the capitalization from I I.OOO.OOO DESIGNSCO..YRIGHTS

: Judge A. J. Lewis of.West Palm cor.-South Fla. Sentinel. growing nicely, but wi'l be a little $ to SG1.COO.OOO. of which &&
and
Anyone sending a sketch description may
t. ;' Beach has just celebrated his nine- Reports from the lower keys show late. Kissimmee Valley Gazette. only $24.000.000 have been Issued. end- quickly Invention. ascertain Is probably oar patentable opinion free Communications whether an V

tieth birthday. He was born in that the summer crop of fruit is mov- \ ed the era of collusive bidding and strictly confidential. Handbook Patent S
tent free. Oldest agency for secorinirpatenU.Patenu -
L
: Charleston on May 15 1818 and of ing forward at a good rate. The pine- Death Was On His Heels closed specifications" for municipal con- taken through liuan Co. receive
tpectal notice without chance,la the
:- course Is able to tell of many matters apple crop of Key Largo and Meta- Jessie P. Morris of Skippers Va. had a tracts and hare succeeded In living a

r. the close call in the spring of 1906. lie says: life free from scandaLBut Scientific Jlm rlta"
of great interest as showing prog- cumbe Key is being shipped, but as .
",An attack of pneumonia left meso weak and still the sins of the fathers of
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Intert circulation
of the world since his boyhood. has been the the first
ress always case,
with such a fearful rough that my friends declared the old asphalt trust continue to be of any .tU2otaII 1 eras,|3 a
.
Although so advanced in years Judge shipments are being made to Key consumption had roe and deathwas on rear: four month*,$
( my heels. Then I was persuaded to try Dr. visited on a company and a manage- MUNN & CO.361 BrGlctway, New York
Lewis effjoys fair health and takes a takes
West where the local demand King's New Discovery. It helped me immediately ment who are in no way responsiblefor Branch Office. 625 F St.Washington.IX C.

keen interest in the issues of the the first part of the crop. A few and after taking two and a half; these sins. The General Asphalt -__ -------- -----: ':
-a
bottle; I was a well man again. I found out -
day. limes are also being shipped from the company, still referred to as the trust.
that New Discovery is the best remedy for 7heJfn'lVelaabkSstP )'achtgsdBoej-
.;' Last Thursday Mr. Wilfred Porter keys but not in large quantities, as coughs!; and lung disease in all the world." Is not only a I legatee of the odium of Euildmf Boot not Pubiiihed. S

Sold under guarantee at Banner Drug Store. the old regime, but the victim of the
the bulk of the lime is
gatherelin
kilted one of the largest rattlesnakes crop
50c.and $1.00. Trial bottle free. deal whereby Its Venezuela propertyIs RUDDER
J ever seen here. The snake after being June and July. It is stated that a
held in the possession of the Castro-
killed disgorged a four foot great mapy avocadoes will be snippet Just Sentences Imposed. Barber combination awaiting President HOW-TO BOOKSOver

: king snake, which was also killed From the keys this summer. while the The Key West Citizen of Saturday Castro's pleasure In referring the Ber- printed}oco in tats three twe books bttt Successfully built from sailed the lines In

and both reptiles brought to this city crop of sugar apples will be up to says: mndez and other claims to arbitration. every clime aiJ upon every :sea- Full Uetiildrawinz 'I
_k of ail, l'.Jn. showing what it is and V
i to Mr. Paul Clark the taxidermist the average.Miami News-Rer-ird. At eleven o'clock this morning how to mass it-Text extremely simple.

,
,: for mounting. The rattlesnake skin The Western Union Telegraph company Judge Bethel imposed a sentence of WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO I HOW TO BUILD A HACtR FOR $50

4 inches in length 11 for*urn*rMimt l.r\,r'i I*t-uiU.Inrnn.H toiv _
measures 7 feet, has begun the installation of an thirteen years on Melbourne, Saw- tp. K-"*i ran..f MM!lor m U j!.kara the .-la.

; and was 14 inches wide and has 'Z immense clock in the Pensacola city yer, Dillon and Martinez, the four Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us HOW TO BUILD A S ..IPJ1.CKA

: rattles.-West Palm Beach Tropical hall to occupy a space left in the men implicated in the robbery and Strong and Healthy .b-al .11.1Ioc t.r :I';.fnr.Ir-ktprB... ,,.rul"A.I'1Ir".hr.or iBorkmr. utlt.p.OneS.....fan
:. full|>jatsim I ;.'. as.t ivwpktni toala ,
i center of the front of the building fora burning of the Cortez factory.
All the blood
in
Sun.The the body passes through HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
dredgeboat Grampus which did city time clock, and within a few The men were given three years the kidneys once every three minutes. The So.t,4.l.. r-'... itM anm errr dr.i-np5; a pri*
kidneys filter the sin.A.>- a,AJU UM!A. inU, cur tv bold i aui* I
such valuable work for the Florida days the space which has been boarded each on the charge of robbery and and day. When healthy blood.they They remove work about night 10 DI...IL. -.

East Coast Railway at different point up since the completion of the ten years each on the charge of arson. 500 grains of impure matter daily, when unhealthy HOW f'jmrlP TO aa'i."l.BUILD. A..MOTOR: lw LAUNCH tetun.k.ct a1eeaibail

the extension, has been sold to the building, will show the dials of one A petition was presented to the court some part of this impure matter is in.... ..10 ..,j ....0(....i''es......r..llotior.._
on left in the bl<)()\L This brings on many diseases
Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company of the finest clocks in the South. The asking leniency for Martinez, but the and symotoms-puin in the back, headache HOW A II.TO- ..1 SOlID.r.1 ""A'".iinr KNOCKABOUT I... t, e'.uJ caLia; .... .. '
nervousness, hot.dry skin rheumatism, ,ulrr. Mi:tuti tot ,..4.MIW w-t r*
court could find for
and will be used at Tampa. The master clock, which governs the city no reason makingan
gout; gravel, disorders of the eyesight i and HOW TO BUILD ASHOAL-3RAUCHTSLOOP!
Grampus is one of the largest dredges clock, is placed in the council chamber exception in his case. hearing, dizziness irregular heart, debility, A.p.. tIe MiLa.,;!"->at.*il!> uo-.rr.t.. ovccaug*aaimaU <

in the south, and during the progress of the hall and in itself is a hand- drowsiness, dropsy. deposits in the urine, etc. ...d|Iaa.
But if you keep the fi tcr* rightynu will haveno HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE: It
of the work at Key West was ,some timepiece. The clock will be Plenty of Troubleis trouble with your kidneys. Easy to t'.:H"r.r 'hrlC lnuc'npi th.naft fir a boj &
.
stationed, there where her great dipper connected with the wire service of the caused by stagnation of the liver and bow- John M. McCrory, living on Main St., Ti- to brgia .ItIonDIoca..it n rj cH."lyt""r..oop or cat nf .V
els. to get rid of it and headache and biliousness tusville, Fla.: says: "My back was very lame HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHTA
tossed up the mud as if by magic Western Union and will serve as a and the poison that brines jaundice take and sore and when I stooped or lifted any of luff compM unl i.dnrnptioii iail rrf aodrl of.bee to buU a a.3e1;au Woe

-MiamI News-Record. regulator for the entire city. Dr. King's New Life Tills the reliable purifiers thing I found it very difficult to regain an
that do the work; without grinding or erect position. I timid not assume a position $1.
The tomato crops in Dade county II A sad accident occured In Green griping. 23c. at Banner Drug Store. at night that was comfortable and 1 PRICE EACHpepAuaytapatssaNysc
--- felt miscralile. The kidney secretions did P
practically at an end, though a Cove last Sunday. A member of a S
are First Cantaloupes This Season. not act in their normal manner and gave me Bound in cloth-CoJ 1ettmnSize of pag.
considerable quantity of pepper an,1 picnic party which came down from much annoyance. Finally Doan's Kidney 9 by 12 nchc<-Lar>;e,clearl/iirawn pbni.

(Gainesville Sun.) Pills 1 came to my attention and I began taking
eggplants are still going north. These; Jacksonville was Mr. Bernard Levy them according to directions. They proved THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO

bring a better price than earlier In After eating an unusually hearty To W. P. Shettleworth of Evinston tube just what I required ttxni eradicatedthe a MUHKA- STRUT NEW YORK, U. S. A

the season. The tomato crop was not dinner Mr. Levy decided he would belongs the credit ot shipping the backache and banished the Lameness and ..<,M soreness. The action of the kidncys-eretions Library,
the success of seasons past being take a swim in the pool. and just first carload of cantaloupes of the was ale' corrected,and I feel In,tier in every I

smaller with prices not what had before going in he drank two bottle season. way. I sincerely reconn end Duan's Kidney --- --p--- .-- j
Pills to in need
any person of a reliable kid-
been expected. The last few weeks of beer. As soon as he jumptd into This car was loaded and left Evins- ner remedy." & 104t

ton Friday. It contained four hun- For sale bv all dealer I'rici50 cents.FosterMilburn < t
of the season the crops improve the water he dived to the bi'tom and cM.FEry&c C
\\l k- c.;.,.. Buffalo, New York.
toO .r some, aided by showers, and In this: never came up until his body wa dred crates, and was consigned to aNew sole agents for the United States

i- way the growers did fairly we .- taken out by Mr.ViII Bpssant. Everything York DOUSP.;: The fruit was exceptionally other Kemrmbrr: the namfO-oou's-autl) take no

*).{ Miami Metropolis. possible was done to restore fine, notwithstan.ling th -- -- t p.t

life but to no avail. The d ath wa adverse conditions of the weather
: It Is very reliably stated that the Peculiarity of Madness.
and will doubt fine
probably due to congestion. Mr. Levy no bring a price.
saloon men of the county will con Who can tell why it is that In mail, Tcrrv's Seeds -
was a travelling man and a romD1ra- The consignee exacts to net $3 arate. t
-! i-eucst known S E 4 4eypackah
test the enforcement of the new or- houses the iden of subordination I ,
( tie moot rUla'>!e..et
tive in Jacksonville Cla
\
stranger
seldom to be found? Bedlam i* S
dinance providing for the removal of very .\ le mitt tof herepui
County Times. The shipment of this car is a ree inhabited only by kinps. poets and < 8i4>ue wh'jse h'Ofl sst3nazird : :
screens from the.entrances of saloons. Jjl lutt In the trade.
I ord-breaker as it Is the earliest any hl1opbf'rsledom Messenger.
doing away with restaurants in con- Shipments approximating five mi- I F-'i I" errs A.i. will to n'.fr'. PC t, V
solid car has been shipped from any to ait appllran's. 1: coot < 't4- ;' u.uy
therewith, etc, as recently lion cigars per week still continue out f-nTvInen.and f aU f1**f pti n .l-r'-'s' V raIiw tiona
nection section of the State. Captain Shet- Human deed and human lives art iJantmir OTT IJ l i& tix cf l.*.-taiie anI
the city council. It Is said of Tampa, indicating that tne businessis Slower Se l5. InTil JiW-J a.! aitnO for U.
passed by tie worth Is to be congratulated along never understood until they are flnKhed. -
the saloonists will take no steps until at normal and is very near the highest : You can no more tell in advancehow D. M. FERRY A CO., Cctroit, Mich.
this line. He is not only one of the
the ordinance, which Is now being point ever reached here. The situation manhood will turn out than how
tersest and most successful grower
becomes effective. They is far from discouraging now. a young child will grow up. KIE.LTHEOOUCHAND
published, ,
: : cf cantaloupes in the State, but also
;: will then refuse to obey the pnnis manufacturers feeling very much en- --- CURE THE LUNGSWITH '
holds record watermelons. !
a on You Never Can Tell
?, ions of the ordinance and seek to en- couraged over the outlook. There K
::
., it. This business in the UnlteJ just exactly the cause of your rheumatism,
; join the city from enforcing perhaps, no Born in Iowa
but you know you have it. I>> you know th-tl Dr1
'.: their arrest and States that is no near the high-wat Rillanl's Snow Liniment King'sNew
.: will probably cause Our family were all born and raked in will cure it?-relieves 1
: bring the issue into court. It Is also mark set during the twelve months IOWA, and have used Chamberlain's Colic. the pain-reduces the swelling and

:, authorities are Just as of unprecedented prosperity previous Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy (made at Des limbers the joints and muscles so that you
said the city will be as active and well as you ever wetu Discovery
Moinrs) for years. We know bow good it is
V determined the ordinance shall be enI to the panic. In the face of the from Ions experience in the use ofit. Intact Price 2.K., 50c. and lO0. Sold by TitUsvhlePharmacy 'I
< and Banner .
the saloonists are to knock gradual increase in the shipments of when in ElI a.o. Texas, the writer's life was Drug Store.OAS.a"ORXA. I':
forced as
saved by the prompt use of this remedy Ware FOR COLDS slAWft. j n,
out the cigars is the large number of additions .
it out, and if the latter carry now eng ged in the mercantile businessat .

: : intentions accredited to them a spirIted to factories that are being made Xart"OOSSCe, Fix. and have introduced the Bears the iII Ki Yaa Hang Atoys Beigutut AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. S
here. It has fu
remedy proven very sncce>\"
it contest will result.Miami Met- : sad the establishment of a number of and is growing in favor.-Ennis Bros. This 1I.d GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY I. .

ropolis. S nw ones.-Tampa Tiibune. remedy is for sale by Titusville Pharmacy. ot '" OR MONEY REFUNDED.
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THE FLORIDA Titusyille STAB The the Pensacola Gubernatorial Journal. SituationFrom Catarrh- the Bane of the World L

k Entered at the postoffice at The result of the gubernatorialrace ,
4eeondclM8 mail matter.
& r;
in the first primary was a distinct
3 'V BllU B.Wager, Editor and Publisher surprise to everyone. The Pe-rii-na the Standard Remedy. f

'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY D ORNniG Journal took little stock in the idea ,

'# =_ SUBSCRItTION S1JJO PER ANNUM that John Stockton would be nomi- .

j.,? ,r'ir nated in the first primary, but it did
. r. Adr.rtlr
This belief also, we think, was gen-
m '. .". Rev. J. W. Bigham, as field worker erally shared both by the Stocktonand STa
'
:f)" for Stockton is on the stump, and it
,
m< Gilchrist adherents, and the 1M1ILJ
., is said that over 100 speakers for this \
): ;. ; '. large vote received by Gilchrist was
candidate will be p.mtosemce
{. .... as much of a suprise to his friends as .
ne week. A.H. King, of Jacksonville -
: it was to his opponents. ,/-4>.
c is canvassing for Stock- r .
t lf :: now Now there is but one thing for c. e r- ) '\
He made speech Wednesdayi"'i1t.s. = tp
* ? ( ton. a John Stockton and his friends to do rJJ::. I' -' ..
also at Mayo and ..
at Live Oak, one ,
-they must get down to business. \ r' ,
several other addresses
will make
_ '
They let Gilchrist get his lead in the J
[ during the week.
first primary purely by default.

. k'" A few Floridians, following the i Neither Stockton nor his friends did
in his behalf. Overconfidence -
Hearst will anything
'\il! t lead of William Randolph ,
: .
convention lost them first place in the first
: endeavor to hold a state
s4 primary over-confidence must not ,
t- in Jacksonville on the 10th of this
..r i it month. The object is to organize be permitted to do that in the sec
. Florida ond. The bulk of the Browne vote, 1 I Bty
in
.1i' -
the new Independent party I. (
: {:;. : ';- and to send delegates to a national properly appealed to, will go to t aln 44$

J Ij convention. The movement in Stockton, and Gilchrist's lead can be

32 'f Florida is being engineered by former easily overcome, but work is neces-. ,
:
-.. sary to do it. I.
: United States Senator Wilkinson I I FOR.
,: I. ,: John Stockton now has arrayed
Call.
; .
: :.: .L"..._ against him- \ 4t ,

t; The Miami Metropolis is authority The corporation element,

'' .r :-} for the statement that right in Dade The liquor element, and
fry
county there are many men who vot- That other element

4 ed for Gilchrist, who, since learning which is interested, chiefly in Senator, ,, u I THE -

and becoming convinced that he is Taliaferro's behalf, in keeping as

: oM the candidate of the "booze" interests I many state and federal offices as possible i ;
l and the corporations, have open- PKD 0V i
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from Jacksonville.
[ away HOT WEATHER 1 yv COLD WEATHER
ly declared their support of John N. All of these elements are activelyat CATARRH. CATARRH.

-4 C. Stockton in the second primary. worlc' to defeat John Stockton. -

- : And from indications this sentiment The corporation element has always Affects the Affects theStomach

prevails throughout the state. There been against Stockton. Since the

;, can, therefore,.be but one result- anti-saloon issue became dominant in ,- S 1 1i Head, '

: Stockton will be nominated governor. and throughout the south -
Florida { -- t Throat
Kidneys
the liquor interests of Georgia, Ala- | ,
Geo. W. Wilson Passes Away
:,' 7Jr': bama, Tennessee and Florida have Bowels : Lungs

1- George W. Wilson, president of the staked their last hope on this state, ,

I .rY-: Times-Union! Publishing company, and they are therefore organized to Pelvic r .f ;4 Bronchial

\. ', died at his home in Jacksonville defeat any candidate that opposes Organs. :- _--_- ; Tubes.

: .j. l Tuesday. them.

!;:. r';, Mr. Wilson had been in failing Why are the liquor interests of 4

I health for a number of years, and a Alabama and Georgia, one of whichis Catarrh is recognized all over the civilized world as
; ; $ few days before his death was confined now dry and the other of which

its;: I 't::'. to his bed. Monday he became i will be dry on Jan. 1, next-why are a formidable disease. In the United States alone, two

i!&+ p;:. semi-conscious and never rallied. i they interested in Florida Simply hundred thousand people have catarrh In
,,", 4 "jt He had been president and editor- because they look upon Florida as annually.

r J in-chief of the Times-Union since its their last refuge from which they other countries the ratio or victims is as great.

I I consolidation with the Citizen several can ship their goods into the dry
1;: years ago. He was one of the best states which have driven them out. For many years Pe=ru=na has held the foremost

a known public men in the state. That is why they are interested in place as a standard remedy for catarrh.

Florida, and why they want no man

%c Will Support. U. Fletcher for governor who will not veto a prohibition Persons objecting to liquid medicines can now purchase -

k A couple of telegrams sent to Hon. bill should one be passedby

:' D. U. Fletcher show where his erstwhile the legislature. That is why theyare Pe=ru=na tablets.

_______ ___. _
have fetched ----- --- --------- -- -- u
r :,,- opponents up. fighting John Stockton.
L ,;; The messages are as follows: Florida wants no weak or uncer- County Treasurer's StatementJune In the Second Primary Hitchcock and Vorj will now poe

.-", > Tallahassee, May 26. tain man as governor during the next 1st, 1908. June 16, 1908 | as the champion in opposition to each

r. .'-<1f' I HOD D U. Fletcher, Jacksonville.Accept four years. We want no man who Balance cash on hand May 1, I For Delegates to the National Dem- other-each of them did it all and

: congratulations. I wish does not stand flatfooted and square 1908 u__u______n_n n n.$ 13,372.15 ocratic Convention from the State at Hitchcock was set the task by the
IV. my Amount received 1908
fi" :: you success in the second primary. I upon every important issue in which in May, 8,191.01Total Large: High Muckamuck. But who is to

. 5 :# will cast my vote for you for United the people are interested. For those 21,569.16Less Vote for three.X be the Hanna of the new administration -
'"' States Senator with much pleasure. warrants in MAX M, BROWN
paid May
very reasons we want and need John ?
\ W. B. LAMAR. 1908, and warrants delivered -
X A. C. CLEWISX
.1'
:. Stockton now. to county commissioners -------- ---
...l' Pensacola, May 22. It would be a public calamity for and board of public instruction R. H. SHACKLEFORD
East Coast Meat Market!
:. 'I' : lion. D. U. Fletcher, Jacksonville. I Stockton to be defeated at this time. unun___ 6,278.38Balance
-. Ii Sincerely wish success. Will The Journal this in all cash on hand June 1, Delegates to the National Democratic
can consistency -
you II II'Sf. say O. F. DUEEN AGENT
't 1908 __ __ ____._ 15290.78 Convention from the Second Congres- ,
4 friends to u u. n?
't ask my support you. because it has never been a sional District:
r.< JOHN S. BEARD. This amount is held as follows -
Ii&' f special admirer of John Stockton.It : Vote for two. Florida and
,' The above messages will do much has always* respected him and felt Deposited in Indian River X T. S. DAVIS
r to strengthen Mr. Fletcher's chances, State bank, as per cashier's
friendly toward him, but it has never certificate attached X F&ANK 0. SEBRING
to
although they were not sent out for WesteraMeats
if political It is assured that worshipped him as some of his enthusiastic monthly statement and c hand =
purposes.
both gentlemen who have so gallantly followers do. checks in safe________ 15,290.78The Evidently the Republicans for

";, come out for their more successful. l The is i ues now,, however, are so balances belonging to each fund Democratic victory this year, judging -
rival will be foand true blue and will are as follows:
y w clear cut and the personalities of the by the way congress cleaned out
, f', ;, produce the results on June County revenue General I
f' ; : 16th. proper two; candidates are clearly marked fund---------- -::--- ---- $ 3,431.45 the treasury before it adjourned.I of all Kinds.
..-.. O-.r.. road and fund
. ', that \e feel that ill citizens whohi.e County bridge 2,507.01 ---

t :" { Preachers at Work for Stockton the real good of the state at Building Fine and fund--------------forfeiture fund427.11 13.76 Weekly Weather Be port.JCPITEK TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
FLA., June:. 19(18.
! ,. t.; The Jacksonville Metropolis of heart should ran to the support of Special road fund Dis. Iso. 1 65454
; 4..44 Comparative !statement of temperatures
2 0.
1,038.01 A. STEWART
':'J t'l: Stockton's candidacy. But we shall ..
Ii Monday says: .4' 3 and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.
l' $ .* .. .. .. .. .. 3,062.18
:': ,. t ,::; The Rev. J. W." Bignham, pastor of have more on the same subject here- .. 4 1,177.23 MIX 190S MIV 1907DATE
1 l Z' .-'. the Methodist church, who last week after. 4.4. 5 757.82 May 27 oj 69 M M*x. MIN 73
I '. 1 h took the stump against Gilchrist, returned Game warden fund---------- 2,117.31 I -N. <.J 71 W 73 Fire Insurance
. the and Canning: PineapplesThe Property deceased persons :l9.J'2 W W 72
, : :- : to city )yesterday .
I : t fund--__----______________ 16.S2 .30. M> 72 M 73
=,; j after the morning services the board Delra Canning Company an County school fund.------ 50.79 31. *9 7(1 87 ,6 iiiTITUSVILLE
.i 4- of trustees met and gave Mr. Bingr" .long: an enormous business this season Special school fund "C"state June.. 1. M 70 M JK
!j c' ham a leave of absence until the second unJer the management of >ir. Acton aid ______.______.__u___._ 33.75Total 2. M t>9' 86 70 FLORIDA
primary to canvass the state. Total rainfall for the week 1.19 indies --- --
:'t t He left this morning to take up his They packed double the amountof $15,290.78 inch Departure,' rainfall) for tht' week minu!;. 6 I represent some of the 1 leading .

'-'- J work, his object being to meet Frank tomatoes that was packed last year Departure s rainfall since Jan. 1st, minus companies of the world and any
;'_ l Pope at every place he can during and are now putting up pineapple Notice 6 58 inches. .'business entrusted to me will receive -
t the campaign. Their last pay day required over $SOo Notice is hereby given that the tax II. P HAEDI-, prompt and careful attention
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s { .. Arrangements were perfected yesterday to balance the PlY roll.Tropical Sun. assessor will meet with the board of Official in Charge. ---
.....f' at another meeting to have county commissioners of Brevard coun-
i ... West Palm Beach.
;, -t r {iI.r-; pastors in all parts of the state to ty, Florida at the clerk's office at Ti- Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Contain Robbins & Graham Co.
Mercuryas
tusville Florida the 6th of ,
on day July
f< R-: take the stump for Stockton and one For a Sprained Ankles
1908, at 2 o'clock m., for the purposeof mercury will surely destroy the
of
p. sense
:. ./if. unique feature is that John Pope, usually treated a sprained ankle will hearing complaints and receiving testimony smell) and completely derange the whole (Incorporated)
; ',j f' r ; ': who, like his father Frank Pope, is disable the injured person for a month or as to the value of any property! when entering it through the mucous system
I :' speaker, will probably more but by applying C'ham'rlain.s Liniment surfaces. Such articles should be Paid-Up Capital |i5.000
.. ..11'Z;: ..i an eloquent and observing the direct ons with each real or personal as fixed by the county never used.
.-' :t-?..a _! "camp on the trail" of his father. bottle faithfully, a rare may be effected in assessor of taxes for the year 1908 and except sicians,on a.i prescriptions the damage they from will reputablepby.do is ten fold This company owns lands in the
;" ;!? f ,,: 5..'' The younger Pope yesterday ten- many cases m less than one week's time. of perfecting, reviewing and equalizing to the good yon can possibly derive from : Indian river country, on the St
,. i'=.s !:-" .: ". dered his services to the Stockton, This liniment is a most remarkable preparation I the assessment rolls for said year.R. them. Hall's Catarrh (Curemannf.ictnr by : Lucie river, at New river and 1!
;1: ; ;t: committee to debate the questionsof! .,Try it for a sprain or bruise, or when A. CON KLIN c, F J. Cheney&Co..Toledo. 0., contains no Biscayne bay cm
laid with chronic ronsnUr rheumatism,
t' or
up Chairman of Board of County Commis- mercury, and is taken internally acting
with his father His
f'i: the campaign and yon are certain to be delighted with the sioners, Brevard County, Florida. directly upon the blond and mucous surfacesof
I : very likely that John Pope's services i( prompt relief which it affords. For sale by (Attest) the system ID buying lUHs Catarrh PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend
r will be accepted, and father and son I, TitusTille Pharmacy.WANTEDSeooud A. A. STEWART, Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken
the issues together internally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by .'.J. for laud
discussing may band bags and burlap; Clerk of Circuit Court and Clerk of Cheney&Co. Testimonials free. list
develop into one of the sensations of any kind.any quantity. anywhere; we pay Board of County Commissioners.By Sold by nigeists. Price 75c. per bottle OFFKFPAT .
:, the campaign. freigbLRICHMON D B\G<''0., Richmond\ 0. A. Stewart Deputy. Take Hall family Pills for constipation TITUSVILLE
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""',;n,;. f"fjl'!"" -.. %'f:>:: :-" ."" In the. Primary June 16, 1908 ,.*: j .,to: .'

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T Born on a Farm Raised on a Farm _



y Hard work has been prime cause of any success I have attained j ,



: I AM A FREE MAN. RINGS OR CORPORATIONS CANNOT CONTROL FLETCHER ': '

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!;. r, 1 Any charges which mean that my heart may not be with the people and my i;

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purposes may not be to serve them rather than some special interest, you will un 4 '

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? derstand are false and made political effect only. Such charges or insinuationsmay c


be supplemented by others at the last moment, and I warn you against them. -


w I made no charges whatever against any of my opponents nor any uncompli- g'


: mentary reference to any of them in my literature or on the stump, until Gov- .


ernor Broward came into the race and proceeded to print and distribute his booklet

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: ?: t in which he attacked each one of his opponents, Messrs. Beard, Lamar and myself.I :


t have replied to those attacks in as mild and dignified a manner as circumstances ( '


i would permit. You are referred to that reply. t


a t,. r.., It must be disappointing to my opponent that with the aid of the administra- t

Yk tion machine, backed by administration influence and pressure, with convict, jail


48 j and food inspectors, detectives, employees of various kinds, and wire pulling facilities ,


{ rv :': :i1c'i;; of every nature assisting, extending into every county in Florida, he could i il i


9, .. 5. only lead in the first primary by a small plurality vote over a man never before a <.
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; candidate for state office who has made his own fight, single handed and alone. .1


7;); This is because I am with the people in this fight and against political machines


r and factional government.against trading and dickering in state affairs, playing \


politics with important state matters, neglecting official duties and seeking office t


contrary to the spirit of the constitution.I .


believe in the judgment and conscience of the people, and that they will be


': guided by truth, and that truth will triumph. Having this faith, I submit their ':!


,,_ cause to them with absolute confidence of a sweeping victory. .


4 MAN to and VIGILANT until the votes counted the of ;
:: I ask every FLETCHER be ACTIVE are on night



I,. June 16th. We are sure to win. DUNCAN. U. FLETCHER J


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A Thrilling Escape. The P. and 0. Contract. wanted to obtain Massey's full name '.
in order that he (Smith) might have
Tribune.)
(Tampa
(StT Petersburg Independent.) VOTE FOR
a warrant sworn out for Massey's ar- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Keener live Within the next ten day\the con-
Smith became
restIt seems that
in Sarasota. Several days ago Mrs. tract for carrying the mail between 11I
angry because Massey discharged a
Keener with her little girl, Elmer, Tampa and Havana and Key West >
pistol on his premisesSunday after- ROYAL C. DUNN
started to walk across a railroad will be let to the Peninsular and Occidental noon. Massey claims to have killeda '

which extends across the bay Steamship Co. the same com-
bridge
snake. Smith carried a Winchester ,
is pany that has the contract at present. Ji
nar
Sarasota. The bridge a
at FORRailroad ;
rifle in his buggy when he went to
which allows While this Information is not official
row wooden structure see Massey. Matters seemed at first
room enough for a train only to pass, it is accurate, and those in a position to have been amicably settled when I
used by pedestrians here to know do not deny it. CommissionerHe
,- but it is frequently Massey appeared aggrieved that Smith
When the P. & 0. company mad
'r down to the
who wish to go
should hunt him up with, a Winchester
1 # its bid several months ago it was de-
little
docks. Mrs. Keener and the whereupon, it is said, Smith reached
their clined on the grounds that it was exorbitant -
girl were crossing the bridge on in the buggy for the rifle and Massey -
and other bids were adver-
way to the dockwhen the child said. shot three times, all shots taking LED nearest opponent -
tised for. Another bid was put in
"I hear the train" and on looking bactthe effect
by the P. &. O. company, and this too n.
mother saw the train bearing declared exorbitant. The announcement Massey is employed on the Ball by 4,772 votes in first
swiftly down upon them. She drew was farm as assistant foreman and is
that the contract will be
the child to one side hoping there and secured f
known to be a peaceably inclined cit primary, a
therefore
awarded to this company will -
would be room for the train to pass izen. Smith is said to be a dangerous -

without injuring them; but as the be a surprise. the man and is alleged to _have .killed.-- ;: majority or plurality in
made by
When the protest was -
first coach passed it lurched againstthem several I :
men.
with tremendous force and the I Tampa board of trade against the TWENTYTHREEcounties. t
transferring of the mail service from I i
woman knowing that it meant deathto Steel Cistern in Key WestA
of Knight's Key the
by
Tampa way
remain on the bridge snatched her .
into idea that the government had any huge steel cistern, having a ca- y 1
child in her arms and jumped
such idea was hooted at. It was cited pacity of 200,009 gallons has been installed -
the water of the bay beneath choosing -
I- what at that time that the officials could at the naval station at Key f SECRETARYof
i between two methods of Has been
not afford to send the mail by way of I IKnight's j West. This tank increases the stor- p r
seemed certain death in either case.
t It happened, however, that Mr. Key and leave Tampa out. age capacity at this station to 1,200-: the Railroad Commission '

Congressman Sparkman was one of 000 gallons. Rain water. sells in Key -, -
Keener was standing near and saw those who believed that there was no West at 1 cent a gallon.CITATION 1:: :i for SIX YEARS, and
the leap and in a moment he too was .
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necessity for appealing to the postof ,
in the water swimming swiftly toward fice authorities. j'S- '': .:'''.:-;'x'"'7'., :: ;',J-. 1 is familiar with the workof
NOTICE
the forms which he saw for the --I I .
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The letting of the contract to the
second time as they rose to the surface IX THE CIRCUIT COURT IX AXD the office.FAVORS .
P. &. O. Steamship Co., means that
. ? of the water. He reached his BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA
the mail will go through Tampa as it IN CHANCERY
:f' wife in time and was able to bring
has, and for the next four
formerly Mathieu
both the mother and child safely to Royal J. Whitney Complainant vs.
iJ':- years, at least this city will hive the bouvielle and his wife, Eliza M Swuvielle.
i; shore. I and Sarah G. DeFrie and her hu.band.
regular three time a week service between DtFncse Defendants-
almost miraculous Lafayette Hoyt
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and Havana.A .
escape the two are now safe in Tampa XOTICE TO XOV-RESIDEXT DEFENDANTS

{ their home. They are much bruised Tragedy Near Quincy. To Sarah C. Dt Fries*and her hnsbani Lafayette 1. Only reasonable rates, railroad and express, con t
:' Hoyt DeFriese, Defendants:
,, and the external injuries are severe:
: : but.no fatal consequences are expect. A special to the Pensacola Journal YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO AP- sistent with good service, good wages, and fair }
: ( under date of Wednesday last, says: !I to the Bill of bnipUint: filed herein
ed. ,against you in the above entitled cause,on or
Early yesterday morning T. R.,j I before the third day of Auzust A. D 1908 interest on an honest investment.

from the Mc Smith, a farmer living five miles; THE FLORIDA STAR is hereby designated as
H. E. Heitman shipped
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Gregor farm near Fort Myers, two south of Quincy, was shot and perhaps published,once a week fur eight consecutive 2. Good service and good tracks.
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: Tardiff which fatally wounded by a man nam- weeks.
of
: shipment oranges Witness my hand and seal of office this 5th
I: sold in New York for $6.50 per box. ed Massey. day of June.A. D.1908. 3. Working with Interstate Commerce Commissionfor
The McGregor farm is one of the fin- The difficulty was the result of J I Seal of l A. A. STEWART,
Circuit Court Clerk Circuit Court,
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.-;::. est in the State and the fruit is of exceptionally Smith's going to the field where Massey \ Bv O 4.Stewart..C. fair rates on shipments into and out of State.

t. "-. fine quality. was at work. Smith says h. D.L.Gaulden,Complainant's Solicitor.

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: population of the several states. On :.I with having been an accessory to the electors' at the primaries prohibiting I-Independent Wants Alligator..

this plan Pennsylvania would have fact of the killing of Andrew Helge- sale of mineral lands before 1915 and I .(St! Petersburg Independent)

IlIJEEPING I I TBI fifteen senators. leln. whose body was dug up on the jury trials in supreme court contempt Keep out of K, Maxwell' watermelon -

The New Militia Law. murder farm. ases. patch in Goose Lake. This Ups .

Both branches have passed the Dick Another Prohibition State. given without charge.

?i1J bill for a reorganization of the state Unofficial returns of the election In C. A. Harvey: who I* draining -
I INDUSTRIALP. I Sunday
0> militia. It gives tbe president author- North Carolina May 26. indicated a driving about the
Goose Lake was
-filiX: 1 [ W 'l ity to call out the guard to the numberof i majority of from 30.000 to GO.OOO for stirred two large

150000., armed equipped and disciplined R. R. Opens New Short Cut. the 'prohibition works, when he up telling

; I ih harmony with the regular The new double track freight line of the manufacture lligators. When Mr. Harvey was -

,". /, '; army. This important Item .was rushed from Plttsburg to Trenton N. J, was or sale of about them yesterday his auditors

J! v. I through the house fixing an annual declared open and In operation May \ alcoholic bever- thought he was stretching a point or

, r .": Over a Billion Dollars Spent'' by appropriation of $:.OOO.OOO for the 23: by the Pennsylvania railroad officials -. nges after Jan. two about their length.

equipment of the militia and 2000.000 who also said the line would be I. moo This result K. Maxwell who baa

,. the First: Session of the Sixtieth -, more for its general support. It also soon extended to the seashore. 'J is the outie melons This morning planted in the drained parties

creates a bureau of the militia In the of fierce
'\ a
-a. P.; Congress Compromise June 1 "Employment Day"The of the muck land saw a monster 'ga-
';-r'if war department The authority of the l "l'a ui p a i g; n in

::"j.: :. Breaks: Currency Deadlock. president is extended to only those or- Prosperity executive committee association of has the issued National .J which Governor tor and he went after a rifle and with

KVij it Record For J uizations which take: the oath to 4r: &'43 mpull led the a good shot between the eyes laW the
,. Candidates on from St. Louis a call to manufacturersand .
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serve the government in or out of the ,, temperanceforces. saurian over. He then trussed

; ) ; ; Publicity of Campaign Contributions couatry. concerted commercial effort to concerns resume to operations make a ,, lie was feet. roped his mouth, and bro Pt

Big Stick Raised Paper Trust Committee Split. on June 1 so as to give work to the -i aided by the him to town.
combined influ-
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The special committee of sis members unemployed. The alligator measure 10 feet S
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New Haven Railway { ence of ate -
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.. of the bouse wbK-b has been inquiring Strikers Reject Arbitration. churches and also .Inches, and is the largest captured
*> t into the charges of mouoiwly .1t. be
Monopoly- Hearst Gains as this for some time.VheU J
... \..,. President Dupont of the Cleveland by the labor ; vicinity
"1.'(\t, Recount Begins-Corn Corner and extortion against the prim paper Municipal Traction company announced Governor Glenn. votfc Most of opened his mouth be looked as If be
trust made a divided report May J8.
that the motormen and conductorson he factory towns went dry. Glenn could swallow a calf.
} the majority >o>iug tariff revision -
Q #, Buns Market-Central American opj any strike had voted almost of ad-
unanimously comes out the fray with flying Mr. Maxwell %ays that there fe M- .'
at this time and a minority of
i against submitting their rights to ors:: while the license forces have migrated is saffi I'
that
PeaceCourt In Operation. three urging the passage of the Stevens other in the patch, and
'J seniority of re-employment to'an arbi- to New York for their next iattie -
bill, repealing the tariff on pulp Sent unto itself. We don't like
Fallieres.CONGRESSIONAL : :-
Welcomes
England tration tribunal. Therefore It bad been
Iud print The majority the vine. Not fr
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paper. say watermelons on
decided to give choice of runs to those Bryan and Taft For Publicity.
they found no evidence of a combination Xfto!
men who continued to work during us
} in restraint of trade. but did find Secretary Taft gave out a telegram
I that increased costs In production had the strike. Police Chief Kohier assert be had received from W. J. Bryan and Mr. Maxwell will sell the 'gator

ed that he had obtained confessionsfrom What said The Independent offered $20 fer It
entered Into a reply. Cryan was:
largely the advance of
The Session. two strikers telling! of the dyna "1 that mounted. That's the we like
:. Most Expensive :prices.:: They think a removal of the beg to suggest as leading candidates way

' i ; Preliiuiuury but approximately accurate tariff would result in the destructionof miting of cars and saying that they In our respective parties we alligators.A .

': ?: statements made by both party the forests dismantling of onr paper got the dynamite at strike beadquarters. Join in asking congress to pass a bill
Officers of the car men's union
leaders In the house a few days before mills and higher; prices of paper requiring publication of campaign contributions Twenty-year Sentence"I
that denied any knowledge of the alleged election. If
prior to
adjournment show the past you
instead of lower. On the other hand
have just completed a twenty-year **-
confessions the them.
or men making
think best ask other candidates
session bas lxaten we can row 8 Hr.
the minority say that "the tariff plus ence imposed by Bucklen's
the record breaking; the tariff ('ngenderPdomblu;\tious- Textile Mills Resume. to unite with us in that request. which cured me of bleeding piles jolt tw.ty

r k first session of the does for all of The week has shown marked In- To this Taft replied by quoting a letter years area: writes O. WwJover, of I,. &-
i account the advance in X. Y. KucVlen's Aniiea Sv ietalathe
last congress by crease In the volume of buying anJ hs had written to Senator Burrows rifle
nf ..
price paper. worst sores, bf.il.h IDS, wound art*
t. $100.000.000. The total selling in eastern cities and the immense on April 30 urging; the passageof il1 the shortest time. 23c. at Banner Vng

D 41 : of appropriations textile plant of the Dobsons in the pending; publicity b.L lie adds Store. /

,* for the next I LEGALCRIMINALOil I I Philadelphia has. started up for the that since then he has publicly advocated -

M fiscal yearwill reach first time since last fall Orders in the such a law. Forced Out.

the stupendous figure ; carpet plush and velvet departments She Mr Bloom does opt pay bH .
Trust Begins Defense.
of $1.0-J3.000.- give, assurance of activity for sometime wife much attention does be? 1If>- '
ti Before Special Referee Ferris in the I SCIENTIFICMental I
t Representative 000. In a caustic to come. No The only time I ever knew of his
new custom house at New York May
Burton. speech Burton of Steel Workers Admit Negroes. going out with her was once when the
25, the hearing of the government'ssuit
' $: ; ; Ohio a strong administration man. to dissolve the Standard Oil The annual convention of the Amalgamated Healing a Menace.Dr. gas exploded.

i f criticised the senate for this big Increase 1 was resumed, with Lawyer company Kellogg Iron and Steel Workers at S. Weir Mitchell in a paper read -- --
In aud urged the before the recent of the American Sore Nipples
# expenditures I the and Youngstown. 0.. resulted in the decision meeting -
representing government
1R' : 1 i house" to call a halt on the usurpation Moritz Rosenthal of to allow negroes to enter the Neurological Any mother who has had nl"'ri aee wliab
# of the upper house by not yielding Chicago appearingo organization. This action takenin y association said that his distressing ailment will I* pta *4 I*
r was
: : open the defense. The examination rTS know that a cure may br e&ctnl lay aMMBfJhamberlain's
swelled in :
when the in :
appropriations were danger mental -
Df C. C. Steinbrenner of the Galena the hope of preventing the use of .r a Salve :>s sm.n a tie ewli it
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- v that body. Burleson of Texas Democrat Oil brought out the fact that colored men as strike breakers in fu .f healing practicewas done nursing. Wipe it "if with a aoft dwtfe
t spoke in similar rein, but another company ture. that its adherents before allowing the toaloe t<. nursr. MM?
the lubricating oil sold to the railroadswas trained this halve' with beet rrcoit
Democrat Fitzgerald of New York, ; claimed too nurses use
quoted to the Pennsylvania at a Kansas Calling For Help. 9 for sale by Titusville Pharmacy
said it was idle to lay the blame on much but admitted
much lower rate than to other lines. Free Employment Agent Gerow of (
the senate when the bouse had the that ministers could
In fact the Standard admitted that in Topeka. ban, has! already begun; advertising O 1L !::iOn 21x
power to reject any and all the additions be of great use to
some cases it sold the lubricant at a for men and teams to assistin Bow&b toe irate "S Bflggt
-a, ; If it saw fit He reminded the physicians in cases :
: majority party that it would be held loss, but Kellogg found this was counterbalanced the coming grain harvest He calls of nervous disor- Sgu&w.! cC# d.J.- ..

(sir responsible. by the higher rates for 21..riOO. men and LUC teams. The ders. He proved his Gf .,(

charged to other roads. The witness harvest is expected to begin in the Dr. SW. Mitchell
claim In
to priority
'., Commodity Clause to Stand. had a vague idea that the losing contracts southern belt about June 15. Farmers the rest and ridiculed Christian

i l. 'J Tbe Elkins motion to suspend the were in return for the advertisIng will pay $.j and ?5 a day for man Science cure version of Quite Natural.

I 4;., r penalties under the clause of the rate advantage having the lubricantin and team. as merely a new avery "Ofours-." said the tourist "yoa

_ ; ., law prohibiting railroads from owning old principle. the antidotes fur snake
about
use. but be denied that there was World's Biggest Clock Starts.A kii"*v all
:l.'" other kinds of property was killed in collusion. Viper Venom Supply Renewed.To bite:"

t J} ; ', the senate after the Foraker amendment clock started on top of the soap replenish the world's almost ex- "Tprtalnly. replied the explorer
Hearst Gains In Recount. bf
& In
factory Colgate Co.
.r': t had been voted down-32 to 23. Jersey City hansted supply of the homeopathic ",,"..II. wh"n a snake: bites yes

:t.:i 1 : The latter proposed to limit tbe appllI Justice Lambert in the New York last week is believed to be the larJ1l'stdock ; medicine based on the venom of the what's the thine you do?"
city court overruledall in the world. It
having Is
r" I cation of the clause to those properties supreme thirtyeightfeet ; ancebead viper of Brazil, most deadlyof ell.-I"hlhlllell'lJiu i'ress.Tott'sPiIIs.
the objections of Mayor McClellanto across Its dial and the
r :. ,. acquired since the rate law was mechanismweighs snake poisons Dr E. W. Runyon ofNew .
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r.:; t;. passed. This would have saved thee mayoralty pounds. The minute handis York with the assistance of the
votes, several<< of the ballot boxes were twenty feet long and its end travels
: k coal roads from further annoyance. curator cf the Bronx zoo. has performed
.It produced in court and the of inches
twenty-four
f" counting every minute. At
the operation of extracting
1:1":; N' 0 Aldrich-Vreeland Compromise. the ballots was begun. Each ballot night the hands are outlined with incandescent -
about of the
eighteen; grains venomof
': 4 After It was generally believed that was passed upon by the opposing rounsel. lights, red lights marking:: a lancehead recently imported from

ter" ., If the house and senate were hopelessly l. and if they could not agree on the each numeral and white for each minute -
Its native This
buunts. is
new supply
I deadlocked on the character of the cur marking it was at once referred to the mark.
said to lx the first to be obtained since This popular remedy never falls to
: bill to be passed all the influence -
: .t. ready judge. This resulted In gains for Hearstin effectually cure
Dr. Hcriug. a German scientist accidentally -
,'? : t of Speaker Cannon and Senator the first two boxes. discovered the the Dyspepsia Constipation Sick
Aldrich was brought to bear upon the I POLITICAL I uses of ,
I Papers In the New Haven Suit. venom while In Brazil eighty years ago Headache, BiliousnessAnd
,. ? >r' conferees to report a compromise meast -
t, : j. !,.r' ure embodying parts of the Yreeland President Tuttle of the Boston and and obtained the first supply from one ALL DISEASES arising from a

: 7:: .. and Aldrich bills. This was done and Maine accepted service of the govern Johnson In the South. of the snakes. In a greatly reduced Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion

' : ment's officer In the suit brought by Governor Johnson of Minnesota continued form the substance is used In the
,
!
: < reached the
i y..< two hours after the report The natural result Is food appetiteand
Attorney General Bonaparte to preventthe : his journey Into the south being treatment of diphtheria Insanity aud
166 solid flesh. Dose .
I : r :-. house It had passed that body- to : small clcr>ntly
-' : 140. Fourteen Republicans cast their merging of his company with that the guest of several Alabama several nervous diseases. The present sugarcoatcd and easy to swallow.

i # ..1. j''i' TOtes with the solid minority against of the New York New Haven and towns delivering an address at the supply is exacted to last fifty yearsIt Take No Substitute.

">:' ,. it Hartford. This action of the federal commencement exercises of the State is diluted with sugar; salt and milk
,.,; : the compromise, regarding as worse
than either of the original bills. The authorities came as a surprise to those university. Everywhere he was received The process of extraction is fraught

1i. .i'-, basis of the compromise was the allowance who bad counted on the known personal with much favor as a possible with no'Hltle danger, as the snake ball: SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

{ of about SO per cent of the relations between President candidate for the presidency. to bEheld in the hands of the operators -

, :, t:', proposed currency under the Aldrich Koosevelt and the New Haven bead.Mellen. Wright to Succeed Taft while its head was dui--l; : toward FLORIDA llMfS. UNION

:} f;' plan and 20 per tent under tbe Vree- to prevent Interference. The Washington Is: talking of the reported a cup covered with gauze lit, that The Great State Paper
report circulated at Washington to the when it struck the drops of \'t'IOIIIwould
l land through clearing house associations.
I .L plan offer of the war portfolio to Luke DAILY AND SUNDAY .>MONTH
'. Railroad bonds are again introduced effect that Bonaparte had acted without [.. fright: of Memphis. Tenn.. when drop Into the cup Also the Three Months.Twelve I Jo Months.fcix.Vooibi (3 09

I -, as assets for the new currency the approval of the president and Taft retires to accept the presidential glands were )pressed, as in the proce.ssof | OO

I ,- > and financial banks in the big that the latter had countermanded the comlnttiouJtbllurb Wright has always milking a cow to inrreas the flow The Sml-WeeKly Times-Union and

l money centers will be allowed to issue order at first but bad given iii only been a Democrat it is understood The farmer and frull Grower.
t when the news had leaked out was eml -
t :: o' on such bonds up to their capital and that he intends: to vote the Republican tbe FrMt; bsue of the Semi Weekly devoted

I; surplus, while no bank may use more hat|-nlly denied by the president By ticket! this year. Wright was advance] I EDUCATIONALUniversity 1 $WCk.to etc Agricultural. The Iwo papers and CUru for tl Fruity 00 per fear Ute
nil friend of the administration! the
of its 1 and surplus I Mail
than 30 per cent capital from the Philippine :governorship: to be us your m ebscrtpttoaFIerWiTImesUaloalacksaalille
suit is regarded as a complete rEfutation -:
a: ;
on commercial assets: also the ambassador to Japan Deposes Bawden.
I big bank are to deal directly with of the criticisms:: reflecting upon :. FII.DIARRHOEA.
I'ruftoo..tJr II. Bawdeu his
Gompers Attacks Cannon. Ileary nowbeu
the treasury which Is compelled to .sue the good: faith of the president in letting ,
dismissel from the chair of
In the fum-nt number of Federation phi
them the bonds offered. :: the law take its course.Evelyn :
notes to
on
*
ist Pn-siileut <; of the American lo>ophy In the University of Cincinnati
< uii>ers
The bill contains the provision for a Thaw Provided For.
by the tnist -s. he having refused to
Fetleratioc: of I.abor has: his lung attic
currency commission to probe the J;:I1-* :MorsHrliauser at Pouslikeepsie, : resicu oa Jhe request of President Dabney
tli II".lt11iu"u n'.s" and
panic consisting:: ''Or cine members from X. dismissed the writ of habeas > ; particularly !
b, t its for the Kt; teii reason that the professor
; dominating member. Speaker -
each branch. in the senate -
Opposition obtained by Harry K. Thaw
4-orpus
I Cannon He charges that Cannon held! radical and subversiveviews !
was anticipated from the minority; ati'l announced that he regarded; him ..the on the subject of matrimony A
; also from La I'ollette and a few of the represents powerful Inte"e'ts"which
as still insane and therefore could not
: statement Issued by the trustees asserts -
-. placed him there and There is
warns no need of
ii f. ; Republicans.: The Democrats regardit authorize release from the Mattea- anyone suffering -
that Baden came to Cincinnati
members that will be held long with this diita
credit and they responsible e, for to
banking
as asset or pure .
For the Criminal Insane.In
wau Asylum
under false be had been eftect
as
by labor for pretenses a quick cure it is
allowing con only
c simple, which they are opposed to on view of this decision and the decision I necessary
Hl from Vassar on the same to take a few doses
l ofChamberlain's
t f. ::: ass to e delivered bound hand and
principle. arrived at by Thaw's mother to grounds
i- foot to the will of this one man. : that "his manner of life as:
Against Popular Senators. allow his wife $1,000 a mouth the well as his teachings Is destructive of

r 1 the wife withdrew her suit for annulmentof New Hampshire Uninstructed.The .
Senator Owen of Oklahoma gave the family the foundation of human

t' : equate a chance to show its attitudeon marriage Counsel for Evelyn intimated Democrats of New Hampshire society," nod that be had carried out Colic Cholera and
of that the suit was brought under in state convention at Concord voted ,
: the somewhat delicate question his threat of making:: public his views"to

...: .ij... an amendment to tb.ft'l'r:11 constitution pressure from the relatives but this down a resolution instructing:: for Bryan the sandal of the university and Diarrhoea Hemedy

: .. ; providing for the |popular election was denied. She said that she felt it but delegates favorable to the Nebraska the violation of public decency and

r_ ./. of senators. Ills joint resolution to to tie her duty to interpose no obstacles a were chosen. good morals." Replying to this manl In fact: in most cases one dow is

( that effect was pigeonholed in the com- that might delay the ultimate freedomof New Oklahoma Tax Laws. festo. Professor Bawden defies the sufficient relied It never fails and can be
in
the
mittee on privileges and elections by a her huabaud.! Prior to the adjournment of the Oklahoma trustees to prove that he taught any- dangerous upon"ses. most It is severe and

vote of 33 to 20. Oven said that the Ray Lamphere Indicted. legislature Uovtruor llaskel thing destructive to the family and uable for children and is equally the val

,,4 legislatures of twenty-seven states: had The grand jury at Laporte. Ind.. has signed several radical tax bills. One that bis private views on marriage had of saving the lives of many children means

petitioned congress to favor this plan brought three Indictments charging 1 1t puts a tax on all incomes over S3.jm) ever been mentioned to his classes. each year.

and be asked the senators from those Ray L'1mpbenwltb having set fire to I and another makes a graduated tax The substance of his views is that free In the world's history no medicine
has
states to-join him. But few of them the home of Mrs. Gunness on the on land holdings over 040 acres; also comradeship and not sexual love form ever met with greater success.

+. } '' did so. Penrose of Pennsylvania wants I morning of April 23 after having murdered nn inheritance tax. Other new law the true basis of spiritual and inteliec- PRICE 25o URGE SIZE

ed an amendment calling for reproentttioa her and her three children, also prohibit overcharges by public service 50c.

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