The Florida star ( June 12, 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 12, 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:
UF00075901:00288

Related Items

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

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FLORIDA


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TiT UlV ALsLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908


NO. 8


Not for Oqsselfes Aloiie, Silt foi t1~e 4ood of Otliess Also.


OF THE SUIHER CLOTHING
PBET EE Hot weather ie this llfora
rJUSNO WEEKI thin suit as well as a stylish one.
Why no Why get one of our teather-
S1 ftalug to IUtS.weight blue series? It willgiveyou
am Tbt T n solid comfort all through the long
"bld :d ; summer.


, Mr'F. p. M and son, Master Some are made in coat and trouser
m pat a day or so at Daytona styles; no vest, no lining-the whole
I- t. 'suit thin and cool as silk pajamas.
UMr. Go. C. Battle and children Many other hot weather styles and
strmeId the latt part of last wee fabrics here, flannels, worsteds and
hem saprtvisit to relatives in Rich- smart mixtures. Easy prices.
maid ounty, CGa.
Come and see them.
TIb mmer Drug Store has a new
imt binm -chine and is prepared Prices $.IS to $20.
tomse dri thatare cold. As to WINSTON S. BRANNING
ow aMdd, youcan only tell by trying Up-to-Date Clothing House
tLm.Titusville, Florida.
Mr. Alphonse Hoeck, of St. Au- iv leFlorida
time arrived the latter part of last
wqk m a visit to her brother-in-law, Motor Boat Races
Mr. Max Hoeck and wife, of Mos- The following races for motor boats
quito gtoon, have been arranged for the Fourth
Mr. CorneO, who spent the past of July celebration at Titusville:
asm at the Myers cottage, has re- Class A-speed boats of 12 miles
t6rw to his home in Littleton, and over, to be raced according to
Mm., for the summer, expecting to time handed in, and if they exceed
saetu here in the fall. such time, to be penalized double.
There will be first and second prizes,
Mrs8. H. Ray and family, of Day- consisting of handsome silver cups.
or, formerly residents of Titus- Corse 9 miles.
v moved last week to West Palm Clas B-Motor boats of speed 8 to
h, ich they will make their 12 miles per -hour. Boats in this
I Te triplwasmade via lunch. lanssa will start from an chror with


Dr. H. G. Utley received a Cadillac
runabout yesterday from Jackson-
ville, which he purchased from Mr.
Henr Prithbett. This is last year's
=Woddand has been used some, but
will soon be as good as new, only
auMedhtaa new Oirof tires, which
will arrivein a fedays. Then the
Ford and the Cadill will be repre-
ated here. Who will be the next to
invest
Mr. GR. Ellis, of Gainesville, rep-
area1t the Florida Fertilizer Co.,
a braie of the Virginia-Carolina
Cemiedl company, a highly capita-
lized stock company, spent a part'of
Thursday and Friday of last week in
'itasville oa his way down the coast.
This was his first trip to this section
of the state and Mr. Ellis was most
favorably impesed with Titusville.
T=h SrAr office received a pleasant
eall from him.


Titimue Wism Baseball Game
The Eh Galie and Titusville base-
ball clubs played on the home dia-
mond here yesterday afternoon with
a sore that ended 5 to 4 in favor of
Titusville. The game was a close
one from start to finish and was hot-
ly contested on both sides Each of
the nines had honors about even for
meritorios plays and some very bad
errors, and but for the latter the
runs moored would have almost been
nothing. Mr. C. B. Kingnmn, an old
hand in the league games, umpired
fairly to both sides. The Eau Gallie
boys play a ood ame and the best
of good feein prevailed through-
out. We hope to see these two nines
play again shortly.


So Legislation
A state senator speaks of the po-
litical situation as follows:
"The race between Gilchrist and
Stockton is very close, but whoever
is governor both houses of the legis-
lature will contain a majority of tem-
perance men. This does not mean
state prohibition, but it does mean
that there will be legislation that
will knock out what are called the
dives. Early closing hours will be
forced by law and a higher license
will prevail. If the matter should
Before the people the governor
nothing to do with it, as he can-
aot veto a resolution proposing a
change of the constitution.
Fine Moaday Offerings of Men's
Clothing
Special prices in boys' and youths'
suits. Extra big reduction in men's
clothing, price makes no difference,
they must go.
Trunks and dress suit cases at spec-
ial prices.
JULUS KLINE,
Titusville Fla.

Or-ge and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickorhammock. Free from white
fy. e year to two year old buds.
Price from 2 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly paked and delivered at Oak Hill
statia. J. W. GaRiFs,
Shiloh, Fla.


engine not in motion, anchor to be
raised and engine started at signal
from agun. First and second prizes,
cpnziting of hbndpnme silver cups.
Course 6 miles.
Class C-Motor boats of speed not
exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boats
in this class will also start from an
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.
Formulpting Report
The depositor's committee chosen
to investigate the condition of the


Ti9UlDi1IUP uDWor


'OAflual 0.1k ad Vl~rna~n TIniT Pna(aOT


aAie 1 I nOf lPD olM oiI ai nneB IWl VL uuooir
AND INCIDENTS M, JZ1 AND PERSONALS
MONDAY, JUNE 15, 190s.
e5rsoNal PAMgrp About Pople tht White lawn, 40 inches wide, sheer Somthg A t the People of Titas-
and fine, special 15 cents per yard.
Tre l mIB d ThW French lawn, excellent for dresses vTlle as Tley Come ad Go
Dr Miller, Dentist, Titusville. and shirtwaists, soft finish, worth 35
Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusvillecents, Monday's special, 19 cents. Miss Lilla Sanders, of Cocoa, ar-
Second hand bicycle for sale cheap. Dotted swiss, worth 20 cents, spec- rived Sunday and spent Monday and
Inquire at THE STAR office. ial 15 cents per yard. part of Tuesday among relatives in
Commodore J. Lorillard, Jr., ex- Also imported dotted swiss, dots Titusville.
pects to launch his new boat next nice and even, worth 40 cents, Mon- Contractor P. J. Hall has con-
week. This commodious water craft day, 25 cents per yard. Ipleted the moving of the Wiley cot-
has been named the Arrah Wanna. White nainsooks in checks and tage to its new location on the Bap-
stripes, very stylish for shirt waists tist parsonage lot.
Mr. W. T. Mathers left Sunday on and dresses, worth 35 and 40 cents Miss Sallie Battle and her mother
a month's vacation and will spend per yard, Monday only, 25 cents per left yesterday for Macon where they
most of same at Benton, Fla., where 'yard. will spend the summer, returning to
Mrs. Mathers is on a visit to rela- Figured lawns, worth 20 and 25 Titi lle ey n the fal ng
tives. cents per yard, special 12% cents. early in the fall.
Dr. J. J. Bowker, the principal of Unbleached sheeting 10-4s, Pep- Mrs. W. C. Thomas, of Orange-
the Cathedral School for Girls, of Or- perell mills, best in the land, special dale, Fla., arrived Sunday for a visit
lando, arrived here yesterday and is 28 cents per yard. of a month with her father and
being entertained by Dean Robottom Anoskeag apron checks, guaran- mother, Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson.
while in our town. teed fast colors, 12 yards for $1.. The four prize silver cups for the
White bedspreads, full size, mar- motor boat races, to be held here on
Miss Minnie Trawick, after spend- sellaise patterns worth $2.00, special the Fourth of July, have been order-
ing a couple of weeks here visiting $1.49. ed and are expected to arrive very
with her young school friend, Miss Chiffon panama, in navy blue and shortly.
Robottom, left Saturday for her black, makes excellent skirts, 38 in- Letters received from Mr. H. B
home in Tampa. ches wide, worth 75 cents, Monday Mace announce his safe arrival in
Mr. J. L Carruthers went to San- only, 50 cents per yard. Williams Bridge, New ork but
ford Monday, where he expects to White cambric, specially good for that he had not found any Florida
open a barber shop. For the pres- underwear, 10 yards for $1.00. father uthee
ent the family remains here and his Children's and misses hose, fine weather up there as yet
son, Mr. Jeff Carruthers,isin charge ribbed, worth 25 cents, special 15 Miss Merriwether, of Maitland,
of the shop here. cents per pair. who has been visiting points down
M t A Scts Ladies' patent leather oxfords, the river, spent a part of Tuesday
Mrs. M. A. Scrigeor expects to plain toe, pump or Goodyear welt here with her friend, Miss Susie
leave about the middle of next week sole, special $2.49. Gladwin, on her way home.
on her trip toCalifornia. Last week Ladies' white sailors, large brim, Judge A. D. Penney, of Fort
marked her last service in the post- special 6 cents. Piere, spentpart of Wednesdayort
office as assistant, Miss Maggie Col- Linen toweling, good quality, 10 and yesterday in town and incident-
lins having assumed the duties of as- cents per yard. aly pttrday in town anwd focident
sistant to Postmaster Taylor. Ladies' trimmed hats at less than .aly puttingin a.god word forHon.
nDIT labiha fh ITS4


Song Recital
Miss Lena Conkling will give a
song recital, assisted by Mrs. Trez
B. Wilson, under the auspices of the
V. I. A. on Thursday evening, June
18th. in the Titusville opera house.
Reserved seats 50 cents, general
admission 25 cents, children 15 cents.
Reserved seats on sale at Branning's.
Fort Dallas Bank News
On the 30th day of this month Mr.
J. K. McDonald, receiver of the Fort
Dallas National bank, will apply to
Judge Locke, of the United States
court, for an order authorizing him,
as receiver, to sell the banking house.
furniture and fixtures of the said
bank. to Jas. M. Jackson. Jr. and


cost.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JUuus KLNE, Titusville.

Church Notes
Rev. Stones will preach on Sunday
next at Indianola at 10:30 a. m. and
at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. McCall will preach in the Ti-
tusville M. E. church Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. at Mims at 4
p. m. Come again, you are welcome.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Gabriels church, Titusville, Sunday,
June 14, at 11 a. m., and in St. Marks
church, Cocoa, at 7:30 p. m.
Prohibitionists Endorse Stockton
1t~Th _LLA: _ _A- ^ f _:1


LIu.U. ietc erIi or uV. o. seatr.
Mrs. J. C. Jones and two children,
of Quay, arrived last Friday on an
extended visit to her father and
mother, Mr. ana Mrs. E. W. Hall,
and later in the season Mr. Jones
will join her here for a trip to North
Georgia to sp, nd a part of the sum-
mer.
Millinery wire. lowers, wreaths, etc.
Bias seam binding in cambric
Medallions, stars, anchors
Solderine for mending agate wear, etc.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Screen cloth, 30 33, 36 and 40 inch
Talking machines and records, etc.
CHASE. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342
Policies of The Times-Union
From the (aimneville Daily Sun.


S ances oIthe Fort Dallas National J. A. McDonald for the sum of $20- convention party r a As will be seen by a letter from
bank before and since its suspension 000. ville Tuesday, unanimously ado nted Hon. John N. C. Stockton in today
announce that the formulation of The location of this property is one thefollowi unanimously adopted Sun, The Times-Union has absolutely
the report is now in the hands of the of the most desirable and valuable Roled Tht th Prhibit closed its columns to him, not even
chairman and secretary, and as soon in Miami, and the sum offered for it dy ofFlorida, in conventionassembled, made by citing him to answer the charges
as ready the depositors will be called by the above mentioned gentlemen is does endorse the candidacy of the Hon. made by correspondents, though he
together to receive the same. The a very considerable price. J. N. C. Stockton for governor of Fjor- offered to pay for same. If the man-
report will be quite lengthy and full --- -- ida, and urges the temperance people agement of The Times-Union thinks
as to details. Public Speakin Wednesday of the state as a duty they owe to them- this policy will benefit Gen. Gilchrist,
Public Speaking Wednesday selves, their families and their state, they are badly mistaken. It is in
SNew Mail Contrt to Key West Hon. Frank W. Pope, of Jackson- to cast their ballots for him and thus keeping with their policy towards
New Maville and Hon. W J. Sears, of Kis- rebuke the element which would debauch Mr. Fletcher. The owners of The
Postmaster Budge, of Miami, has ad on W.. tea o the voters of the state by bribing them Times-Union would sacrifice every-
been notified of the execution of the simmee, addressed the citizens of with liquor, and who are striving to thing and everybody to retain their
mail contract for service between Titusville at the opera house Wed- continue our fair territory in the slav-States senate, even
ery of the liquor traffic for the blood idol in the United States senate, even
Key West, Knights Key, Tampa and nesday night. Col. Pope spoke in money it brings to their coffers." going so far as to stultify themselves
Havana. The contract provides for the interests of Gen. Gilchrist for by supporting Broward. It will not
two mails a week the whole year governor and Mr. Sears in favor of Strong Endorsement ;do for Broward's friends to say that
from Tampa to Key West and Ha- ,! the present policy of The Times-1 rn-
vana, and two mails a week during Hon. D. U. Fletcher. The former Minnie E. Neal, state president ofifion is being pursued in order to de-
the summer and three during the made severe arraignment of the the W. C. T. U., sends a circular let-' feat their favorite, for the public
winter from Knights Key to Key Ministerial Alliance and continued his ter to thte wu men t f the organization well knows that that paper is heart
West. remarks to the subject matter as rep- I with request to circulate, in which l knsul for Gen. Gilchrist for gov-
S-resented daily in the columns of the i was the following paragraph: !ernor. and if the management
Slacked Lime for Sale T.-U. for Gilchrist. Mr. Sears made "The issu- of the campaign for thought The Times-1'ni.n's oppsi-
We have a carload of slacked line a rattling. gedl a(d!i-..s for Mr. Flet- *'vernr is t-mperan'e. A crii.sis tio,n would ?ienei't him politically
at Cocoa and a car at Eau tGallie. cher and really astonished his audi- ef',re u.. F" ,rir'a is the battle th..y would pursue that cour.se. It is
Write us for prices, stating quan tit\ ence with his forceful address. He ground of proihibiti n in the south. quite vidt That reward has en-
wanted. oly spoke about twenty minutes [ he two candidates lhv defined their termed into a cmpi -t with the owners
EAsT COAST LUMBER & SUriL.Y Co. following Col. Pope but he received position "n the subject: Mr. John of The Times-l'ri,:n. who have,.-..ued
S. the applause of the evening. N. C. Stockton declares for prohi- rlders for the cdi .rs .of that j, urnal
Have You Been Waiting for This? Mr. Sears clearly showed from the bition and has stood before the p.o- to r,.main mum c...erniig the man
Sprinted circular of N. B. Vroward, pe of Florida for thirty years. clean against whom -v.., i.~au. h:-d -zme-
I want to go to Co!orado for a cou- issued four years ago. that the gov- in his personal habits. pronounced thing to -.ar until : t..r lii,. tir t .i-
ple of months. ernor had not kept his promise then for temperance personally and coura- ra-. Fk-t'her a St .-kt. 'uld
To get expense money I will do made relating to the L. & N. R. R. geous for prohibition whenever it nt st,,,, t t-a i.- .vi'h t. I .. 'r.nrs
your dental work for a ridiculously settlement, but that he had done just has been an issue in the state. The of The Time.-l'i, un.r: ... on-
low price. Some of the more ex- what he had accused Davis and Mays whiskey element and the gambling ileration. their f inv ;.r 'ta-
jpensive work. such as gold crowns wou!d do in the event that they were element have always fought him. ,boe d" 'tar f as :0 .: r- "a-
.and enamel filling, you can get for el.cted. Mr. Sears disclaimed any He needs no stronger endorsement. ernrid. The on! -xcaU. th. .ditors
one-half the usual price, desire to speak of the governor per-. of The Timnes-'rni,,T. can gtve is, as
You must come within the next sonally or to huri abuse at him, but Photograph Gallery h riff Smith said: orders is orders
two weeks and you must bring the condemned any such methods, and Go to Faust, the photographer. on yVou krow. "
cash. Make your appointments so sincerely hoped the people of Brev- Julia street, for artistic photos. All
there will be no disappointment. ard would appreciate theclean cam- work first class and promptly attndtied
there LLER. Dwill be no ent, st. leto. Crayon, pastel, water colors an Bargains in Trees
DR. MILLER. Dentit. aign conducted by Mr. Fletcher oi! p ain tings apealtv. apefru It buds
and give him their vote on the 16th pa- Fine lot 2-yearold giapefruit buds,
Notice of June. ir ie 'h r Marsh Fr-d es a,"l Standard. :-


At a special meeting of the Indian
River Haulover Outing club. a cor-
poration duly organized and existing
under the laws of the state of Wis-
consin, the name of said corporation
was changed to Indian River com-
pany. Dated May 4th, 1908.
JOHN S. MAIN, Sec.


For Sale Cheap 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.


About 8S acres of gokd high land <.n
the eastor ocean side of the Indian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 35. also lot No. 3. see-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range :
east. This land is unimproved but fine-
Iv located. For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low.
Brockton, Mass.


certtN each, ..95:5.-H ; 11r 1').
.J. H. BEACH.
West P'a!m Beach. Fla.
Draying
Drayingor hauling of al kinds prompt-
ly attended to. Meet all trains.
H. E. HOLTON,
TitusviUe, Fla.


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li~ ;: ;:('c ..- s.ini a d armed
iM;-i Mwit'i Iro:n 1 i.. The deck was
!;::r ::!-'d. and t'ie hatches were fa.<-
tened d--wn to prevent the steerage
passe-igers from joiniig forc-es with
the rew, At : o'c'!o k in th'e i),rn!nz
tLe --tini b-y; I-d ,y V hite'orn an l
his d- .z. wt: t f rw:-rd p.-. p :r(d for the
e:i"(;',cr. T'*' -'4p: -In t -11o thm story

W. l'i t-e d ;,;. : ti.. corner of th.!
hoU .; ;.. .:.;iCitui that irnie
-e : ; -d o it. Having
learned .,t C-i:.- :nd Sr.-eenev -re the)
e :cs : a" -j -.. c I 'r *.-tt 1 c.u-
ttotsl"-. with pis'oi in i.and. to the cdge
of th; ho.s.-. whben .':t; both ja.d'n,-
'"ro. h-n1'd 1, tor.-rrl 'ne. w':h arms
valifted and knives in hand, ready to
*ritke.
In an instant I leveled my pis:ol i
c'aey. while the dog Jumped at Swce-
ney's throat. Case-. seeing his danger
Lacked to the forecas'le scu;tte. \vhn'i


THE


BOLD MIAINER,

S uls of One of Aetrisa's
Mst Famou Slkippers.

- ARIN IN QUELUNG MUTINY

w tae Capi. ,o te fmDrad t,
Fameus Clipper, SubdHsO a Lawless.'
-r ClMCiow- letting a NeWo
Sudder in a teei
Caplaln iamel Samuels. whlo e-
e m dl Md at bls home In Broktl .
wa r fr ine years captain of the fa-
m lidupper ship Dreadnaugt ad
eI the Henrietta when that yacht
m the fit tr-tfiwtir race In IM6
For mo than half a century Cap-
Ota amuels stood for all that was
damg among these who g down to
t sa in Iships. He ran away from
h-i at tb age of eleven and shipped
M acok on the coasting scAhobs
a mapto WeteCtt. and the trials ad
e ld atim.e emeouteRed en working
Sway up to skipper e has told wel
e his book "From the Plremast to the
Caoi." It was as skipper f the
Dlitadaht, says the Now York PoMt
that he gained p first fame as a wind-
oa erN, tfor i 185, on her Arat re-
two trip from Europe he cresed the
aldy Hook bar before the Cunarder.
whih had sailed a day earlier, had
mched Boston. Later she set theo sc-
Sd for sailing ships across the At-
Iile at 9 days and 17 hors, a time
that has not been beaten and t is
debtful If It will be. The Dread-
nauht. the most famous of Aamercan
lppers, was built especially for himi t
15n
The fatmo mutiny on board the
Dadanght, nl which only the ro
wll and bravery of the capta i saved
the live of the obcers and paseln-
Sr as well as the ship. furniahe one
at the mot exciting chapters of Cap-
tat lSamuel"' book. It %hppnled that
the entire crew had been shipped in
Liverpool from a class of the most law-
les and bloodtrt rascals that ever
made a port notorious. They were a
fraternity of ol-dlant 4mt who-bm
name was a teor to ship captain
and two or three of whom would
disorganae any well meaning crew.
They had a particular grude against
Samuels and had been for some time
waiting an opportunity to vent it, and
whe he coolly accepted, contrary to
advice, an entire crew of their number
they Imagined that the opportunity
had come.
As the ship lay in the river before
sailing the captain quietly Informed
them that he knew their wishes and
designs and began operations by send-
ing every man to the carpenter to have
the point of his knife broken. The
next morning at se the sluggihness
and sullennems of the men Indicated
the brewing trouble. The man at the
wheel when reprimanded tried to draw
his knife, but Samuels knocked hhu
down. The man was put in trons, and
the crew came aft, refusing to go lt
work until he was released. The cap-
tain ordered them t: their place;
they refused, and the promised mutlu.
was a fact
The captati while the crew rushed
forward went down nnd armed him-
self. He had only one om-er. White-
born. to hetp hinm in the emergency.
the fir the se -ond ai,,ward. Hle tilen *celt
forward. I -'-'lg Whi'tte'rn at the
wheel, mnsl ;, i!.' en;d tf ihe h ose lthe
,-rew r '-'.l.. :it t**". w:;t! whi-ir newl-

;a? ti wi I I n.eil :. *> <. t'.*- .-tprai:i
wT '-e .i!'t .--* i.. * l t.,rid Ilri:n
mrr"rin't '-i! 't '.t ;.* r.':*'s ''.
The rew '- wa- *-i - t. (>re -'sii i:i.
or.* ?-ii h f *r t ine.a.. i i* tei'td d:w'.
:'n-'o. .*!- ' .pa-; l ;v:! ...y. T"h rot
sla wer-, furled at :: i: t're inmoralu-
hy the ok-er- and '!- *:. r!-* menl r.*-
'nslug. and in the forenao'a th.' '"e'-'et t!'e third ilt-er t,, w,,rk t;a : -
cn:l :.'iE ;- :':. I.they 1-i-il. d sIlin
i'i.fty-s;!: h-':rrs i.h'.: pl -;c.-l withouI,
'..:-" s''cr ., ;f r f,:-.l forv-tir.l. The
!.:l ',-i" w1- f'i <"i fil',' to a hie'Ia an I
tlhh d<.i:4l w;a i i;ill-ine!it. Th.- -raptal'
,-(t s.--viteen G ,.-: : : -'lu i. r tlhe pas .


and S:I:Ivd ::I ;,j hi, J,~tlaC'-.S tit' ;1,, t
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Any wtuithcr who ha', hadl exjlrit'act titl,
this ditrv'iviug Ailunwnt will IwP plva.t .l t.,
know thAt a i-lire way tk' -'ti'vto-t.'Iy ap ldviug
t'hlauntkeritiu's -lVe iaS -iAH-1 i it .' (blll is
tobilue nurming. 'ipe it aOff Uith Ai .4.t Cl tias
before allowing the hftbe ti, wi'-.e. %I:ibr.
trained nunra',. uzc' this %-altr. with I.t: result%.
For sale by Titw-'ille Pharmacy.

in t6 Re LRA Yen ma-4 "is J Iro,4t
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' other two mea tidewn trhe for-
'Jump u P boys! We've nt hiM / L
mIer im now!-
Wrt su ts a d ostho theyl r 4 1 -
dsck. determined to fh their woe
They had planned daring the night that
some were to go around, while oter
were to claaber over the house sad make
as attack on flask and rear. In ths
movement. however, they were cheered
br the German. who arose from beh:a
their barr:cand and tellJ the rinaead-
era lwth their Iron bars. ketig them-
selves defca:ad az.d me re-rn'rced. i'lc:
retreated to the starboard s4ie forward.
where I bld them at ay with "tol lev-
Sand a hamer raised.
'-eath to the betman wrho daes ad-
vmSe! I will iv you one Imment to

hm im to* aoI. b yo pml m aim
Trow yer knives overboard and go
"What guarantee shall we have. cap-
tai. If we throw our knves overboard
that you will not shoot ua?" aaked one
at the men
"If I do not fear you armed with knives
I certainly will not unarmed, and to show
ow little I fear you I will give my pi1-
tola lato the custody of any passenger
you name as soo uas I see your knives
thrown overboard."
"WIU you give us watch and watch
again and promise not to prosecute as
whLa we get ashorer
I wll make no bargain with you.
Throw your knivesover. -rd and go to
work.."
"Wel. boys. It's no use." said one of
be men. *lie I too much for us. Here
Wth that one knife after the other
wet epinntng overboard to leeward just
as the sun was rising. A more gratfy-
tag sight I never saw than those gleam-
In blades dropping Into the ocean. After
this I discharged my pistols.
"Now. men. to let you see that I keep
faith with you. name the man who is to
take charge of these pistols. Finnegan.
you nlsulted me ust now. calling me a
coward aad other vile names. You ar
the leader of this n and the bull of
the forecastle. Now. ask my pardon at
once. I never take an Insult from any
one without resting It. and certainly
not from a brute like you."
"And I never have and never will ask
pardon of any man." he answered.
The spirit of the muscular Christian
sesed me for the time, and the blow 1
dealt him sent him headlong down the
forecastle. In front of which he had been
standing.
"Stand back. men." I said. "White-
born. go bring that fellow up."
He found him lying at the toot of the
ladder unconscious. A rope was tied
around him. and he was hauled on deck
and placed In charge of the doctor.
"Now. men. let It be understood. You
are to jump when you are spoken to. and
Instead of walking you are to run to obey
the orders given. I will treat you as
you deserve. The last order I gave you.
which you disobeyed, ws. *Haul taut the
weather main brace.' I now repeat It.
'Haul taut the weather main brace!* "
With one voice they called. "Aye. aye.
sir!' and then ran to obey. Prom the
way they hauled on that brace I feared
they would spring the yard.
It was In the -ame Dreadnaught. in
1S62. that Captain SPmuels accom-
pll-hed a feat In Pailing that still
stands without a parallel. lu the "tern
Ip-tuous forties" the ship was struck
by a sea that broke lisi left leg anml
would hare carried him overboard hut
'or Ills timely seizure by two sailors.
As he lay in the cabin, prevented from
?mplutatiug the broken limb ouly by
those around him. the news came
down that the r older had been carried
away. The ship lay for three days iu
the trough of the sea while the sailors.
under the disabled commander's or-
:ers, were ct-otstrutti:g n new rudder.
This was lost in Fetting it. and then.
-:1 efforts to turn the shil's head south
vward by means of drl-:ats having In-r
f'onul usekes, the captaiu furiedl all
the head sails and all the canvas on
:he fore:aist, st-t all the square sail-,
,n thl, r:n'.l' ima.st.1 the whole ,If fliW
Clain topsail :nd the .tarl~oard clew of
the maii'ail. and threw sharp back
-very sail that was tel. By keeping
the sails trinuiel. fl:at la.-k the ship
nwn -;liled b:r-kward for 'S, miles to-
war.! the noeirest harbor. -'aya!. ll.
Ihe time the po.'t was readlied the sw.
lnd rulllderi was .hipik'd. :iudl they an
c-ho'ed safely. It took tifty-oue d.iLy
to repair the ship. liiu4 nhen it was
ready tihe captain, who ha'd bleen hoist
e.l over the .side on a malnttress. went
so.itin wi.h hi. leg in sp!in.s. hlu\ins
Ir-."i-ed ito le:ave I-':iys l v hithol hter-
uatw i .'..a- li,:. t I'rhirloar ius s~un;i. ;i
I:.' .:i:l-i't to u hi. h lie wa;. <';iilpe l!;'t
(I .-xlltill''
'1'.".. 1 ..:lll .- itl l! ti,. 1 1 -: lllh iP :!.c.
*,.i :a \ :;::z l' f :i ;ii:; -!lip \as s
I1-%. V .Iv l;::
in tI'>\, c . -'*ir oii'nrs. Three tlllut! 't-.'.
'"Cr. t w. I !.;'-l o iur ^. ho l .d -er" ll:nl -.
r.i :wh'ii t'+i l bi h i n h i ih "h ,".;-;:

';il '";. 't 5 .ir.l '.-1 l. >> "; tiir il ti r'--r ,,r
in tlie int-:i. '::tilu.,l *.;:'hlt r;a<-c.'. l,;2t i.,
;lone ,f !!;;* '::eb'.T< I vlhim'h ",,-i l i.i'i


the f-l 4l4 the sisainleear be s ho e.T !I
aw winiier wu'-.I tIsi ctonditi;mns were
:vtdl"''-e.4Ahniiii'at Allthe "-lt-ht 'tvi'
alnti "lii were' le-Irtc %.t. aniidi .i.y :t
tlaid ietf the t-ro[' 49(t'xpei-imeat'%% t!tl w
4 .. Illet'1'. It1:i till I %4'1t here wlv a it a
.luly ut-. 1j te 4,L ~' i~the ruitL'1 u h-L
vroa. '. e \inc rie '--iarcelv any io t'the
Fumr;htr er xerillu', :' h :.':igh fqIiih a
%id fif 277; lbvI4.v It, o an acre. i'The
l.h liii 'olive'4g' ( i .%gricullure h1.1:. ni ade
,i ,.I'c'j~mr- e~t sg the tuhea~t :-.1I re-
I4Irl.; the grain plump at-il -;ipumul and
Oiat It s ri--v!d nuth!e lw-tt--t- !.-e-.l th-in
the ordiina:iry w-b.t.
A healthy umn i, a kingi in hai, .wi-ii.,
an liubrAlthy Unmni, oa nunhappv yl 4v. Iltr-
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Navigation of Air Already Solved, De-
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Predbabl Devoelspmet of Powerful
Aerial Navies.
In a statement recently made at
sA---...vad4 p N. Y, Professor Alex-
alder Graham Bell. the noted inventor
and the foremost student of aviation
of the age announced positively that
the problem of the navigation of the
air by flying machines solved. It Is
only a question of passing the experi-
mental stage, which may require bat a
few months, until aerodromes enter
pon an enormous field of usefulness.
"Flying machine are so longer a
dream of the fautu" said Proessor
Bell "They are here now, succamtal
and spledkd. The problem of the navi-
gation of the air Is c erf ly alvd.
"This is to be an ae o flying a-
hines. The future Is m rely a matter
of development. The heavier than air
lying machine may be said to have
passed its babyhood. It is certain that
the next few yearswill see aerodromes
eater upon a limitless field of useful-
mes They will carry the mails of this
country and provide the quickest means
o transportation.
"This will all come quickly. A few
months of haphazard flights will be
followed by a few more months of
more careful fights in which attempts
will be made to start from the land at
certain fixed places.
"The experimental stage thus passed,
the age of commercial development will
begin. I do not believe that aeroplanes
will ever be valuable as carriers of,
great weights, but In this respect they
will be supplemented by the dirigible
balloon, which will prove a cheap
freight carrier.
"Aerodromes will be the vehicles of
the near future. They will also be the
war engines of the future. Their great
speed will make them almost impossi-
ble targets for heavy guns of any kind,
and suall projectiles or artows will be
ineffective against them.
"I cannot see how a fleet of ships
could defend itself against a leet of
aerodromes. New guns.probably will
be invented to meet the emergency, but
under any circumstances the advan-
tage will be entirely with the airships.
"I am not a prophet to say that the
coming of the flying machines will do
away speedily with armies and navies
as they now exist, but I can see no
other conclusion to be drawn from the
successful experiments now being con-
ducted.
"Our Aerial Experiment association,
which has been conducting the tests
at Hammoudsport. N. Y.. Is composed
of F. W. Baldwin. J. D. McCurdy, G.
H. Curtis. Lieutenant Thomas Sel-
fridge of the army and myself.
"My ship will present a series of tri-
angle air sails. It is called tetrahedral.
as opposed to the aerodromes or aero-
planes. My exleritments will be con-
ducted In July. and the start will be
made over the water."

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New Variety Produced to Yield 277
Bushels of Grain to Acre.
Wheat with st:iks like sugar cane
and yieldinaig "77 bushels of highly nu-
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produced as a result of experiments
made in Idaho by Allen Adams of Min-
neapolis.
The new wheat has lieen named
"Alaska" Iu'cause of its hardiness. It
is either sl.ring or winter ,-beat. Just
as the f;r;.ier de!-;ires to sow. It Is so,
sturdy !tha:t -t<,r':i.< tI'it ruin other
stoc-k :iiTfhe t its ;:;ini str!iiis l,!:t littl<-
alnd the hua;d.,i rem'iiiin ili;r it throi*;' '
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DOINGS OF THE j, SUMMER CLOTHINGHot LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's' LOCAL GOSSIP : ;


K r PRESENT WEEK! weather like this calls for a AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains In Every Department AND PERSONALSSomething F

:thin suit as well as a stylish one. MONDAY JUNE 15, 1908. '!

Events: Why not get one of our featherweight that White lawn, 40 inches wide, sheer About the of Titus- "'
Pungent Holes Pertaining to blue serges? It will give you j Paragraphs About People and fine, special 15 cents yard. People .
per
Op Transpiring About Town i solid comfort all through the long Trawl Here and There French lawn, excellent for dresses I Tille as They Come and Go f

summer. I and shirtwaists, soft finish worth 35 :
Mr. F. A. Morgan and son Master|1 Some are made in coat and trouser Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville. cents, Monday's special, 19 cents. Miss Lilla Sanders, of Cocoa, arrived -

-, "Rosser, spent a day or so at Daytona styles; no vest, no lining-the whole Second hand bicycle for sale cheap. Dotted swiss, worth 20 cents, special -. Sunday and spent Monday and ,

this week I suit thin and cool as silk pajamas. Inquire at THE STAR office. I 15 cents per yard. i\ part of Tuesday among relatives in ...

I ; ?Mrs. Geo. C. Battle and children Many other hot weather styles and Commodore J. Lorillard Jr., expects Also imported dotted swiss, dots;] Titusville.
returned the latter part of last week !I boat nice and even, worth 40 cents, Monday Contractor P. J. Hall has com- _
fabrics here, flannels, worsteds and to launch his new next
i; from a short visit to relatives in Rich- smart mixtures. Easy prices. week. This commodious water craft 25 cents per yard. pleted the moving of the Wiley cottage t
mond county, Ga. White nainsooks in checks and to its new location on the Bap-
has been named the Arrah Wanna.
Come and see them. stripes, very stylish for shirt waists'' tist parsonage lot. .
The Banner Drug Store has a new Mr. W. T. Mathers left Sunday on cents!
and dresses, worth 35 and 40
Prices Miss Sallie Battle and her mother
$8.00 to $20.00.
and is
ice shaving machine prepared .
month's vacation and will spend
a yard, Monday only, 25 cents
per per
left for Macon where
'
cold. As to yesterday they
drinks that
to serve are
WINSTON S. BRANNING most of same at Benton, Fla., where yard.Figured.
how cold can only tell by trying will spend the summer, returning to
,
you Mrs. Mathers is visit to rela- and
them. Up-to-Date Clothing: House on lawns, worth 20 25 Titusville early in the fall.
tives. cents per yard, special cents.

1 -f Mrs. Alphonse Hoeck, of St. Augustine Titusville. Florida. Dr. J. J. Bowker, the principal Unbleached sheeting 10-4s, Pep- Mrs. W. C. Thomas of Oranget
-- ----- ---- ------ I dale Fla. arrived for visit
arrived the latter part of last the Cathedral School for Girls, of Or- i >erell mills, best in the land, special Sunday a
: week on a visit to her brother-in-law, Motor Boat Races lando, arrived here yesterday and is 28! cents per yard.Amoskeag of a month with her father and

Mr. Max Hoeck and wife, of Mos- The following races for motor boats being entertained by Dean Robottom apron checks guaran- mother Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson.

quito lagoon. have been arranged for the Fourthof while in our town. teed fast colors, 12 yards for $1.00. The four prize silver cups for the

Mr.. Cornell, who spent the past July celebration at Titusville: White bedspreads, full size, mar- motor boat races, to be held here on
Miss after
season at the Myers cottage, has returned Class A-speed boats of 12 miles Minnie of Trawick weeks here visiting spending sellaise patterns worth $2.00, special the Fourth of July, have been ordered -

to his home in Littleton, and over, to be raced according to a couple S1.49. and are expected to arrive very
with her school friend Miss
time handed in, and if they exceed young Chiffon panama, in navy blue and shortly.
Mass., for the summer, expecting to
: I Robottom left for her :
Saturday black makes excellent skirts 38 inches
the I such time, to be penalized double. -
return here in fall. Letters received from Mr. H. B.
home in .
There will be first and second prizes, Tampa.Mr. wide, worth 75 cents, Monday
Mace his safe arrival in
announce
;$ Mrs. S. H. Ray and family, of Day- consisting of handsome silver cups. J. L. Carruthers went to San- only, 50 cents per yard. William Bridge New York but
:: ,
tona, formerly residents of Titus- Course 9 miles. ford Monday, where he expects to White cambric, specially good for that he had not found Florida

ville, moved last week to West Palm Class B-Motor boats of speed 8 to open a barber shop. For the pres- underwear, 10 yards for $1.00. weather there as yet.any .
Beach, which they will make their 12 miles per .hour. Boats in this ent the family remains here and his Children's and misses hose fine up

home. The trip wasmade via launch. class will start from an anchor .with. son, Mr.Jeff Carruthers,is in chargeof ribbed, worth 25 cents, special 15 Miss Merriwether_ of Maitland! }

engine not in motion, ancnor to be the shop here. cents per pair. who has been visiting points down
received Cadillac
Dr. H. G. Utley
a raised and engine started at signal Ladies' patent leather oxfords, the river, spent a part of Tuesday
: -_ runabout yesterday from Jackson- .from First and second Mrs. Mr A. Scrimgeor expects to plain toe, pump or Goodyear welt here with her friend, Miss Susie
a prizes,
ville, which he purchased from Mr. gun. leave about the middle of next weekon
sole, special $2.49.Ladies' Gladwin, on her way home.
I of handsome silver
Henry Pritehett. This is last year'smodel consisting cups. her trip to California. Last week brim
white sailors large
and has been used some, but Course 6 miles. marked her last service in the post- Judge A. D. Penney, of Fort
; will soon be as good as new, only Class C-Motor boats of speed not office as assistant, Miss Maggie Col- special 98 cents. Pierce, spent a part of Wednesdayand
Linen toweling good quality 10
w,' needing a new pair of tires, which exceeding miles per hour. Boatsin lins having assumed the duties of as- yesterday in town and incident-
this class will also start from an cents per yard. ally putting in a good word for Hon.
;is will arrive in a few days. Then the sistant to Postmaster Taj lor. Ladies' trimmed hats at less than
.i!.' Ford and the Cadillac will be represented anchor with engine not in motion, D. U. Fletcher for U. S. senator.
t Who will be the anchor to be raised and engine to be cost.Mail
here. next to'I Song Recital
Mrs. J. C. Jones and two children
invest? started at signal from a gun. Six i orders promptly filled on any ,
cash prizes-$8, $5, $4, $3, $2 and$1. Miss; Lena Conkling will give a I of the above goods. of Quay, arrived last Friday on an
'I Mr. G R. Ellis, of Gainesville,rep course 6 miles. song recital, assisted by Mrs. TrezB. JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. extended visit to her father and .

resenting the Florida Fertilizer Co., Class C starts at 9:30 a. m. Wilson, under the auspices of the mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall,

a branch of the Virginia-Carolina Class B starts at 10:30 a. m. V. I. A. on Thursday evening, June Church Notes and later in the season Mr. Jones

"r Chemical company, a highly capita- Class A starts at 11:30 a. m. 18th in'the Titusville opera house. will join her here for a trip to North .
fi lized stock company, spent a part'of Boats must be entered in such Reserved seats 50 cents, general: Rev. Stones will preach on Sunday Georgia to spend a part of the sum-
and Friday of last week in admission children next at Indianola at 10:30 a. m. and mer.
tr Thursday events as correspond with their best 25 cents, 15 cents. --- --
'-' Titusville his down the coast. Reserved at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
on way seats on bale at Branning's.Fort
speed. Millinery wire, flowers, wreaths, etc.
Rev. McCall will preach in the Ti-
This his first trip to this sectionof
was Entries to be made to Com. J. --- I Bias seam binding in cambric
tusville M. E. church Sunday at 11a. r
the state and Mr. Ellis was most Lorillard, Jr., Titusville, Fla., up to Dallas Bank News Medallions stars anchors
and 7:30 at Mims at 4
; favorably impressed with Titusville. m. p. m., for
2nd inclusive. Solderine mending agate wear, etc.
July
> THE STAR office received a pleasant Entries are free and all motorboat' On the :30th day of this month Mr.J. p. m. Come again, you are welcome. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES

-:-i>'" call from him.Titusville men are cordially invited to enter K. McDonald, receiver of the Fort Dean Robottom will officiate in St. Screen cloth 30 33, 36 and 40 inch
Dallas National bank, will apply to Gabriels church, Titusville,Sunday, Talking machines and records, etc.
their boats in these
events.Formulating Judge Locke of the United States June 14,.at 11 a. m.:,and in St. Marks! CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342 ,
Wins Baseball Game -- court, for an order authorizing him, church, Cocoa, at 7UO; p. m. -----

The Eau Gallie and Titusville base- Report as receiver, to sell the banking house ------- Policies of The TimesUnionFrom l

ball clubs played on the home dia- The depositor's committee chosento furniture and fixtures of the said Prohibitionists Endorse StocktonThe the Gainesville Daily Jan

mond here yestesday afternoon witha investigate the condition of the bank to Jas. M. Jackson, Jr., andJ. Prohibition party of Florida
score that ended 5 to 4 in favor of finances of the Fort Dallas National A. McDonald for the sum of $20- in convention assembled at Gainesville As will be seen by a letter from "

Titusville. The game was a close bank before and since suspension 000.The Tuesday, unanimously adoptedthe Hon. John N. C. Stockton in today'sSun

one from start to finish and was hotly announce that the formulation of ]location of this property is one following: The Times-Union has absolutely

t. contested on both sides. Each of the report is now in the hands of the of the most desirable and valuablein "Resolved That the Prohibition closed its columns to him, not even

the nines had honors about even for i chairman and secretary, and as soon Miami, and the sum offered for it dy of Florida;, in convention assembled par-, permitting him to answer the charges

.,' meritorious plays and some very bad as ready the depositors will be called by the above mentioned gentlemen i ia is does endorse the candidacy of the lion. made by correspondents, though he
errors, and but for the latter the together to receive the same. The very considerable price. J. N. C. Stockton for governor of Florida offered to pay for same. If the man-
scored would have almost been a and the peopleof agement of The Times-Union thinks
runs report will be quite lengthy and full ----- I urges temperance
r nothing. Mr. C. B. Kingman, an old as to details. Public Speaking WednesdayHon. the state as a duty thev owe to themselves this policy will benefit Gen. Gilchrist,
hand in the league games umpired their families and their state i they are badly mistaken. It is in f
Frank W. Pope, of Jackson- to cast their ballots for him and thus keeping with their policy towardsMr.
fairly to both sides. The Eau Gallie
New Mail Contract to Key West
rebuke the element which would debauchthe The of
and the best ville and Hon. W. J. Sears of Kis- Fletcher. owners The
boys play a good game ,
has voters of the state by bribing them '
Postmaster Budge, of Miami, Times-Union would sacrifice every- #
of good feeling prevailed throughout. simmee, addressed the citizens of with liquor, and who are striving to
been notified of the execution of the thing and everybody to retain their
We these nines
two
hope to see continue fair in the slavery
mail contract for service between Titusville at the opera house Wednesday our territory idol in the United States senate, even t -
play again shortly. of the liquor traffic for the blood
Key West, Knights Key, Tampa and night. Col. Pope spoke in money it brings to their coffers." going so far as to stultify themselvesby
Havana. The contract provides for the interests of Gen. Gilchrist for I supporting Broward. It will not
State LegislationA two mails a week the whole year Strong Endorsement do for Broward's friends to say that
and Mr. Sears in favor of
state senator speaks of the political from Tampa to Key West and Havana governor : the present policy of The TimesUnion -
Hon. D. U. Fletcher. The former Minnie E. Neal, state president of
situation as follows: and two mails a week duringthe t is being pursued in order to de-
"The race between Gilchrist and summer and three during the made asevere arraignment of the' the W. C. T. U., sends a circular letter !feat their favorite, for the public t

Stockton is very close, but whoeveris winter from Knights Key to Key Ministerial Alliance! and confined his I to the women of the organization j well knows that that paper is heart 1

governor both houses of the legis- West. remarks to the subject matter as represented I with request to circulate, in which 1 and soul for Gen. Gilchrist fur governor -
lature will contain a majority of tem- --- -- -- daily in the columns:: of the I was the following paragraph: I and if the managementthought

men. This does not mean Slacked Lime for Sale T.-U. for Gilchi ist. Mr.Sears madea "The issue of the campaign for The Times-Union's opposition -
perance rattling good address for Mr. Flet- governor i L> temperance. A crisis is:, would benefit him
state prohibition, but it does mean We have a carload of slacked limeat : politically
that there will be legislation that Cocoa and a car at Eau Gallie. cher and really astonished his audi- : before us. Florida is the battle : they would pursue that course. It is

will knock out what are called the Write us for prices, stating quantity encewith forceful addu-s He ground of prohibition in the south. : quite evident that Broward has entered '
The two candidates have defined their ,
dives. Early closing hours will be wanted. only spoke about twenty minutes-i into a compact with the ownersof
following Col. Pope-but he received' position on the subject: Mr. John The Time Unin who have i issued
forced by law and a higher license EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. :- ,
will prevail. If the matter shouldgo --- -- the applause of the evening : X. C. Stockton declares for prohi- orders for the edit rs of that journal Ito
Mr. Sears clearly showed from the bition and has stood before the people remain concerning the
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mum man
before the people the governor Have You Been Waiting for This?
printed circular of N. B. Broward of Florida for thirty years, cleanin whom i had
has nothing to do with it, as he can- against eves :/ issue something -
not veto a resolution proposing a I want to go to Colorado for a couple I i issued four years ago that the governor his personal habits, pronounced to say until lifter the first: pri

change of the constitution. of months.To I had not kept his promise then ,!for temperance personally and courageous mary. Fletcher ar a Stockton would

--- get expense money I will do made relating to the L. & N. R. K'' for prohibition whenever it not stoop to tralc with the owners +
dental work for a ridiculously' 'i has been an issue in the state. The '' a
of Men's your settlement, but that he had done just of The Time-- lJio'j under any consideration -
Fine Monday Offerings low price. Some of thy more expensive -,i what he had accused Davis and Mays : whiskey element and the gambling theref- re they are ""ta

Clothing work such as gold crown j would do in the event that they were 'element have always fought him. booed" so far a:; that paper is con-
Special prices in boys' and youths' and enamel filling for He needs no stronger endorsement.
you can get elected. Mr. Sears disclaimed any cerned. The only excuse the editorsof
suits. Extra big reduction in men's one-half the usual price. I desire to speak of the governor personally 1 : The Times-Unioi. can give is, a* t
clothing, price makes no difference, You must come within the next or to hurl abuse at him, but Photograph Gallery Sheriff Smith said: "Orders is orders

they must go. two weeks and you must bring the I condemned any such methods, and Go to }Faust the photographer, on you know." -
Trunks and dress suit cases at spec- cash. Make your appointments so 1 sincerely hoped the people of Brev- Julia street, for artistic photo3. All

ial prices. there will be no disappointment.DR. ard would appreciate the clean cam- work first class and promptly attendedto. r
Bargains in Trees
Crayon pastel, water colors and
JULIUS KLINE .
MILLER Dentist.
:paign conducted by Mr. Fletcher
oil paintings a specialty. Fine lot 2-v old grapefruit buds
Titusville fla. ear
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Marsh seedless and Standard, 30
NoticeAt : of June. : For Sale Cheap For Cash
cents each $ ).OO per lUO.
and Trees
Orange Grapefruit a special meeting of the Indian About 88 acres of good high land on J. B. BEACH.
For Sale For Cash
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high River Haulover Outing club, a cor- | Cheap ;. the castor ocean sideuf the Indian river West Palm Beach, Ha.

hickory hammock. Free from white poration duly organized and existing Six acres and a half of improvedland at the Narrows described as followsLot ----- ----

fly. One year to two year old buds.: under the laws of the state of Wisconsin on Merritts Island, known as : tion No.36 in 3,township section 35 31 also south lot No. 3, seeS 39- Draying

Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully the name of said corporationwas the Sidney Carpenter place. Title per- i' east. This land is unimproved range but fine- Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly : .
packed and delivered at Oak Hill changed to Indian River com- fect. Address I Ilv located. For further particulars ad- attended to. Meet all trains. '"f:- .
station. J. \V. GRIFFIS, pany. Dated May 4th 1908. I MRS. R. J. FINE, dress E. M. Low, H. E. HOLTO.V. (
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T SAMUEL[ THE murder Jump: him up. boys now!!"' We've sot him! '-1 MAIL. BY 'AIRSHIPS. H, nK I

With shouts and oath they rushed on Plan for n' t
deck. determined to finish their work. oE:

1: BOLDMARINER1tsfr : They ome had were planned to go during around the while night others that Explbit Soon to Be Realized, Says N t 1

-.c were to clamber over the hours and make Summer ComfortDon't .s
Professor Bell.
an attack on flank and rear. In this
movement. however they were checkedir

Exploits cf Gr.e: of 'America'spe : their the barricade Germans, and who fIlad arose the from ringleaders behind- add the heat of a

with their Iron bars. QUICKEST WAY TO TRAVEL
Seeing themselves kitchen fire to the sufficient
Famus Ski
: Most ?pars. defeaicd ar.d me re-cnforwd. I cr
retreated to the starboard side forward. discomfort of hot weather.
where I held them at bay with pistol lev- New Perfection Wick
Navigation of Air Already Solved, Declares Use a
led and hammer raised.
&
Si = OARING IN QUELLING MUTINY "Death to the first man who dares advance -. Noted Inventor-Tells of Blue Flame Oil CookStoveand

I will give you one moment to Probable Development of Powerful cook in comfort.
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Throw your knives overboard!
r ,--" Hew the Captain of the Dreadnaught, Flnnegan now spoke up. "1'ou shall be Aerial Navies.In With a "New Perfection" Oil Stove the preparation of .
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tha first to go you d-d psalm sin* is done without
Famous Clipper, Subdued a Lawless log -r"Throw a statement recently made at daily meals, or the big weekly "baking,

t ; r Bloodthirsty Crew-Setting a New work." your knives overboard and goo Hammondsport. X. T, Professor Alex- raising the temperature perceptibly above that of any other J

I': Rudder In a Storm. what guarantee shall we have cap- ander Graham Bell the noted Inventor room in the house.If .

tain it we throw our knives overboardthat and the foremost student of aviation once have experience with the
i'r Captain Samuel Samuels who recently you
will not shoot asked
you us one
of the announced that
age positively
died at his home in Brooklyn. of the men.
'1q "If I do not fear you armed with knives, the problem of the navigation of the
# was for nine years captain of the famous PERFECTION
I certainly will not unarmed and to show air by flying machines is solved. It Is NEW
clipper ship Dreadnaught and bow little I fear you I will give my pistols -
ailed the Henrietta when that yacht into the custody of any passengeryou only a question of passing the experimental -

name as soon as I see! your knives stage which require but
J may a
the first transatlantic race in 1SGG.
won thrown overboard.
few months until aerodromes enter \ Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
? For more than half a century Captain "Will you give us watch and watch
t gain and promise not to prosecute ui upon an enormous field of usefulness.
+ Samuels stood for all that was
when we get ashore" machines will be amazed at the restful in which it
way
"Flying
are no longer a you
; t ; daring among those who go down to "I will make no bargain with you
the sea in ships. lie ran away from Throw your knives overboard and go to dream of the future" said Professor enables you: to do work that has heretofore overheatedthe
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r work. BelL 'They are here now, successfuland kitchen and yourself.The
49 home at the age of eleven and shipped "Well. boys It's no use." said one of
as a 'cook on the coasting schooner the men. "He Is too much for us. Here splendid. The problem of the navi- "New Perfection" Stove is ideal for summeruse.

6 Hampton Westcott. and the trials and roes With mine.that" one knife after the other gation of the air Is certainly solved. Made in three sizes and all warranted If

tribulations be encountered in working went spinning overboard to leeward Just "This is to be an age of flying ma-' not at your dealer's, write our nearest agency.

his way up to skipper he has told well as the sun was rising. A more gratify- chines. The future Is merely a matterof
S tag sight I never saw than those gleam-
In his book "From the Foremast to the tag blades! dropping Into the ocean. After development. The heavier than air The Of e. rer.fect.u

' Pt: a Cabin." 'It was as skipper of the this I discharged my pistols flying machine may be said to have (\. ( r Lamp combustion bit
"Now. mw). to let you see that I keep passed Its babyhood. It is certain that
; t'.,. Dreadnaught says the :New York Post faith with you name the man who la to whether 6ig1aorlow
? that he gained his first fame as a windjammer take charge of these pistols. Finnegan.you the next few yeart'will see aerodromes -is therefore free from disagreeable odor and caa-
enter a limitless field of useful- smoke. Safe convenient ornamental ideal" hI.
for In 1853 on her first return Insulted me just now. calling me a upon not ,
coward and other vile names. You are : ness. They will carry the mails of this If not at your dealer's] write our nearest agency.STANDARD .
fa from she crossed the
e trip Europe the leader of this gang and the bully of
country and provide the quickest means
.+.; bar before the OIL COMPANY
Sandy Hook Cunarder. the forecastle. Now. ask my pardon at
of transportation. (I%CUJiPUIU.TEI
which had sailed a day earlier had once. I never take an Insult from any I
one without resenting It. and certainlynot This will all come quickly. A few
: : reached Boston. Later she set the record
..y I from a brute like you." months of haphazard flights will be
? V t for sailing ships across the Atlantic -
; "And 1 never have and never will ask followed by a few more months of
Jr at 9 days and 17 hours a time pardon of any man." he answered.The .

"+ that has not been beaten and it is spirit of the muscular Christian more careful flights in which attemptswill IVrWN"W.VrrVh.'Vit VI r.ii I.ii 'r, l.
seized me for the time, and the blow I be made to start from the land at I ; \
doubtful 'If It will be. The Dread-
t
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fr him him -
dealt
sent headlong down the certain fixed places. "
: naught the most famous of American forecastle. In front of which he had been J 1
: .- ,; t, clippers was built especially for him in standing. "The experimental stage thus passed,
I
"Stand the age of commercial development will
back men I said. "White-
1853.
HARDWARE
n horn go bring that fellow up." begin. I do not believe that aeroplaneswill
The famous mutiny on board the He found him lying at the foot of the ever be valuable as carriers of I
'1 Dreadnaught in which only the Iron adder unconscious. A rope was tied
great weights but in this respect they
will and bravery of the captain saved around him. and he was hauled on deck
and placed in charge of the doctor. will be supplemented by the dirigible .
the lives of the officers and passengers -
"Now. men. let It be understood. You balloon. which will prove a cheap
as well as the ship furnishes one are to jump when you are spoken to. and
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carrier."Aerodromes
freight & Soli.
Pritchard
of the most exciting chapters of Captain nstead of walking you are to run to obey: Jas.
will be the vehicles of
the orders given. I will treat you as
' Samuels' book. It happened that
", i you deserve. The last order I gave you. the near future. They will also be the

the entire crew had been shipped In which you disobeyed, was. 'Haul taut the war engines of the future. Their great Handle the Finest Lines of
Liverpool from a class of the most lawless weather main brace: I now repeat it. I
speed will make them almost Impossible -
1c-:' and bloodthirsty rascals that ever Haul taut the weather main bracer
With one voice they called "Ay@. aye. targets for heavy guns of any kind
made a port notorious. They were a Heavy and Shelf Hardware
sir! and then ran to obey. Frora the and small projectiles or arrows will be I
fraternity of sol-dlsant criminals whose way they hauled on that brace I feared
Ineffective against them.
rt name was a terror to ship captains they would spring the yard.It 7-- .
a "I cannot how fleet of
see a ships
i" and two or three of whom would was iu the tame Dreadaaught In
could defend itself against a fleet of
f disorganize any well meaning crew. 1SC2, that Captain Samuels accomplished Our Stock of
aerodromes. New .probably will
They bad a particular grudge against a feat in Failing that still guns ,

Samuels and had been for some time stands without a parallel. In tbe "tern be invented to meet the emergency, but Guns and Sporting Goods S;
under any circumstances the advantage -
. waiting an opportunity to vent it, ana lestuous forties' the shp! was struck
will be entirely with the airships.
when he coolly accepted contrary to by a sea that broke his left leg and is complete at all times
"I am not a prophet to say that the I
advice an entire crew of their number would have carried him overboard tint
coming of the flying machines will do ....
they imagined that the opportunity for his timely seizure by two sailors. -_---- ---- -- --- -_ -- -- :
away speedily with armies and navies -::-?
-;r: had come. As he lay in the cabin, prevented from
as they now exist:: but I can see no a
As the ship lay in the river before ;amputating the broken limb only by other conclusion to be drawn from the Paints and Oils of Quality ;

galling the captain quietly informed those around lain the news came

them that he knew their wishes and down that the rudder had been carried ducted.successful experiments now being con- one of our R

designs and began operations by sending away. The ship lay for three days In Specialtiesc
"Our Aerial Experiment association
x every man to the carpenter to have the trough of the sea while the sailors. :: : :: :.:
which has been conducting the tests :
r.5 r the point of his knife bro1 eu. The under the disabled commander's or-

4 next morning at sea the sluggishness .:ers, were constructing a uew rudder. at Hammondsport, N. Y. is composed : Quotations for large or small orders will :
of F. W. Baldwin J. D. G.
;f?.; and sullenruvs of the men indicated This was lost in setting it. and then. El. Curtis. Lieutenant Thomas McCurdy,Sel- :: be given personal attention. Mail Orders
the brewing trouble. The man at the ill efforts to turn the ship's head southward
fridge of the army and myself. solicited and promptly filledrIr1TSVIL..I..aE
wheel when reprimanded tried to draw by means of drags;: having been 1 1HealTlh
"My ship will present a series of triangle
' c I his knife but Samuels knocked him found useless, the captain furled all -
air sails. It is called tetrahedral : :
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down. The man was nut in irons anJ the head sails! and all the canvas on
as opposed to the aerodromes or aero-
; the crew came aft, refusing to go to the foremast set all the square sail

; work until lie was released. The captain an the? ralzzenraast. the whole of the planes. in My July experiments and the start will be will conducted be 1 \\'MY JI, I.v\ I.I; >>\ \\\\I IvaV "T'JW ,

ordered them to: their places; main topsail and the tarlllanl clew of "
made over the water.
they refused and the promised mutinywas the mainsail and threw sharp back --

a fact. very sail that was set. I'.y keepingthe ,

.4 ,? The captain while the crew rushed Sails trimmed fiat lack the ship WHEAT THICK AS SUGAR CANENew

forward went down and armed him was sailed backward for :SO miles toward

self. He had only one officer. White- the neirest" harbor. 'ayal.! IU Variety Produced to Yield 277 I. isJ8
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horn. to help him in (lie emergency.the the time the port was reached the KCC Bushels of Grain to Acre. : y1

first o*leer being au IIIJ man and and rudder was shipped, and they anchored Wheat with stalks like sugar cane : More Than

the second a coward. He tlien wentWhitetern safely. It took fifty-one daysto and yielding 277 bushels of highly nutritious a

luriwheel. :') at the repair the ship and when it was kernels to the acre has been ] WealthBALLARD'S

anl rot the er.d of the hinse the ready the captain who bad teen hoisted produced as a result of experimentsmade f C $

"Tew nt'i?t! M "' with their newt;' over the side on n mattress, went in Idaho by Allen Adams of :Min- Li.r

points kaive<. i:-, -!',? aw ty fro.!) aboard wib; his log In splints! hating neapolis. ganeaf Use

., them with is,.ttel i'b 5 to! tie! raptain ivfcscd to leave I-'ayal without her. The new wheat has liven named iJ :; .LlEN7l!'C"'L.!

i went aft ar-d :!.a:l'l'r''i tried firrforward notwithstanding the barbarous surgi.-ai "Alaska" because of Its hardiness. It i I
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e -tarn:!ti 't '.\ h'h Ih'm tl' rl'I'SQ:!, tnv.tinent to whit lie was ('oiUl'eIPt! is either spring or winter ,;;teat just KING

The crew ,,:t :t watch t.. prevent the to sabnrt.rap.ai" cs the fanit-r desires to sow. It is so th Fr: SI\JO\V OF

for? hit -h fm:., belli: :; h.',tent',1 down ; i ;''anu:N; In l!It' Drcr.iltum!hl. sturdy that: storn that ruin other --. --

sad :!:r :,;; !,t paswJ: auy. The roj: .>a a voyage: .!}('H his ship was so stock affect its pant stems but little :; THEM
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alp were furled at ,":"'a In fie mlrnlu [ue..vy! Ldt-ti that she drew iw ett' and the heads remain upright tbrous'i \ LINIMENT

,, by the officers and l-oy UK! men r*.- ia? fet (,,"':1 in-bs's" made 1587 mile ordinary hailstorms. ALL

t using and in the dromon the c.captai in tweuty-foir hours. Three hundred The yield saws that Adams bi AND

t hl'!? .t te third: officer: t-> work tact* and f'ixt.'en'llIIiit'. :' and : .J:> tuileCnrir.c > t'cr-u able to obtain! an increase of :2:

"ad sltee.;:! Tv':'(,:1 they t-icLrd ship; : twenty-four hours were oUiei: fold.! OIN head of the! giant wheat \.:!", -j you gill nlm'\y;; have good health What Is more to

Fifty-sis horrs: thus pissed without runs achieved ;'y him in he I>rwn: planted In the fall of lyil. The sei\l--' F than goou swalthr AU ate money in the world can't a makebappinsiw man

try sce;, ::ft or f**! forward. The lIa !l t.C.ll't:4i:1. from that head were planted! the nv.iyear s" hero health :s uuk'town. Bollard's Snow Liniment

!" 11:1tInwa: ? ft foalsjr to a head awl S.ur.jels' l-ecaine int"rt't' and seven j la ounds of seed <>btained. } Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Neuralgia,
s CUJ ES
M bo.! (l; !'ip
r sot seventeen Gcvni us moa;: the pase27cr none of the yachts which were buiM! UMX ni.d from tbe seven i>ouu-l-! \vonharvestwl Back ant ail the iiis that Flesh is Heir to.

; ? tc saci it y Lisa and armed and sailed! alter his days of actiicould ;.\ 1..VV1 Brands that fall. lathe f One Who

? then with Iron hThe deck was he find the eauties.. he said. fall of tie same year he sowed it Knows.

bsr.1: ::H!vd. and tic hatches were fast which bad existed in the Henrietta.and a? winter wheat but conditions were J. G. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah writes I 1-

teued d"wn to prevent the steerage In none of te! steam craft could adverse. Almost all the "blue stem' tcx highly praise Your Kallard'a Snow Liniment; cannot for

passengers! from joining forces with he find the rotr-awe there bad been i.! and "club" were destroyed, and only ;< the relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change

5: the
tLe captain, backed by Whiie'.iorn! an.hisdrjr. ---- came to maturity yet there was a yield Balbrd'a Horehound Syrup for coughs: and colds.

t vfent forward prrjurod for the Sore NipplesAny of .")0.10) ponntK! A heavy hailstorm in Thc::: used together defy all pain.

p:1"(r' Hcr. T!:l c-npf'In t-11* the story mother who has had experience with July was the muse <*f the ruined wheat GET THE OE"Uf\E.. Three Size 25c SOc, $1.00

nq f !I"w: this distressing ailment will i>e plea etl to crop. which left scarcely any of the

: m. n tie d-- reail: the corner of the know that a cure may be elTet.ted l>y applyingCliamlerlaiu's ortliuary wheat standing.
-b-p- house a .1,e;' wi j :.catd that some txilve as soon as the child is Further experiment: brought forth a Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
n-e T-- 1:0': 0'd of it. Having yield of 277 bushels
to an acre. The
1: -; learned: I ut Casey end Sweeney were the done nursing. Wipe it 011'with a soft s i o-. ones .> : -V: !: e avacT:, I rr'fceJ4! cau- before allowing the babe to nurse. Many Idaho College of Agriculture has madea North Second Street,

t ., tlot' I?. with pistol !n Land to the ('dgeor trained nurses use this salve with l"est results laboratory test of tbe wheat and reports ST. LOUIS
tie hotisc. when ihey both jumped For sale Titusville the grain plump and sound and MISSOURI.
by Pharmacy.Cd.19TO
ton b-hr! d Jt toxrsra me, with arms that it sh'.old make liottorpi.l thin
rnlirted and Knives In hand, ready to BPfTr
gfTBaib
irike. : :IA. the ordinary Wh?3t. *=*9i9MBS Bi M H H
". In an instant I leveled. my pistol a 1t.a Kil11nt; KaAfeatS ---
Bean the Bafct A healthy man is a king in his
rizlit Sold
rwn and
Sweeney's Recommended
Casey while the dog Jumped at by
': -1 throat. Casey. seelr.g Hs danser. Bignttrre L/W.. an unhealthy roan i i"au unhappy slave. llurdock -
blood
Lacked to the forecastle fcGttie.orhie: Q: .. << keeih you well.Bitters build up cwiiu'l Ill'altb- TITUSVILLE PHARMACY and BANNER DRUG STORE


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= THE FLORIDA STAR 3 t

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.1, Hon. Jefferson B. I 6. \
:1JFRWS Browne of Key I[ OIL AS STEAMSHIP FUEL The Farmer's Wife ;
West, the defeated candidate in the BEST FOR THE :

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\ -r first primary for Governor of Florida, Is very careful about her churn. She
.,'$ >' ;:>> 1'" v ; Englishman Thinks It Will Soon Replace scalds it thoroughly after using and
FLORIDA give 4
ffl
PAR has announced that he
{ will make BOWELS Coal on British Naval Vessels.
-C't: <<4i it a sun bath to. sweeten it. She knows
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"; 1r., :, Jacksonville his future home and that: To look over the oil fields of Canada that if her churn is sour it will taint the 4', .
:1 If yon haven't a 1'I uIAr.h!'althy m"@mentofthe
}! iirtte he will remove his law office to theState's {xjwels every dar you're iH or vili be. Keep year and then complete a circle of the oil butter that is: made In it. The stomach is ?..
:; J Betag Done Towards the De- jewel open and to weD. Force.In tbe shape of a churn. In the stomach and digestive P
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metropolis. I regions of the J. .,
: I violent physic or pill poison.U dangerous. The globe D. Henry a
? smoothest eaaiest.most perfect way of keeping and nutritive tracts are performed pro- __
_,. -"r F / t :*ielopinent) of the Peninsula A. B. Bagley, a former postal clerk the bow ill clear and clean Is to take fuel oil expert recently a i iced at New cesses which are almost exactly like the

.1t' ." Cantaloupes are now going to the in the Pensacola postoffice, is in se-l CANDYCATHARTIC York with Major J. N. Griam. formerly churning of butter. Is it not apparent -
: of the British army. it is under- then that if this stomach-churn is foul it .
: rious
market In carload lots from the Gainesville trouble. Bagley was arrested makes foul all which is put Into it? $
1" section. last Friday on the charge of misappropriating stood that Mr. Henry is working; for The evil of a foul stomach Is not alone I\

the British admiralty and he did not the bad taste in the
funds from the postoffice, mouth and the foul
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Bond?. to the amount of $2,000,000 the charge against him having been I deny it when Interviewed. breath caused by it, but the corruption of iii

Will be issued by the Tampa Electric Mr. Henry spoke optimistically of the pure current of blood and the dissem .
made by the' postoffice inspector. For | ination of disease ..
Company for the Improvement of the the future of oil as tbe only fuel for throughout the body.
four years he has been connected with r Dr. Pierce's Golden :Medical Discovery % I
service in Tampa. naval vessels, especially those of high makes the '
and foul
s the postoffice but the past year has sour stomach sweet.
A few speed and said that already Germanyhad It does for the stomach what the washing
days ago a train composed of .
been in EAT 'EM LIKECANDY
l the money order department.A conserved the oil fields of llouma- and sun bath do for thechurn-absolutely i
forty-three loaded Pleasant, Palatable. Potent Good. Do
; cars to the limit Taste
week ago he quit the service to en- Good Kevtr Sic ien.Weaken or Gripe; 10,25 and nla and Bulgaria for such use. I removes every tainting or corrupting ele .

with cucumbers, left Gainesville over ter other business, it was then they 60 cents on health.per box.Address Write for free ample,and booklet 433 "England Is intensely interested in ment. In this way it cures blotches, _:\ ;

the Seaboard'Air Line. discovered the alleged misappropriation Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. this matter" said Mr. Ilenry. -acd we I pimples, eruptions scrofulous swellings, _.

The receivers and head officials of. of funds."Alligator KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN are here to Investigate the oil fields in ,sores humors, or or diseases open eating arising ulcers from bad and blood.all -. >
Ontario and New Brunswick.
., the Seaboard Air Line are in Florida Already If you have bitter nasty foul taste in ,
'k Joe" will leave this week -- tbe admiralty is using Texas oil, but it -
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your mouth coated tongue foul breath
making a thorough inspection of the
for Boston where he will spend the Pensacola was visited by a terrific contains too much sulphur, which in a are weak and easily tired. feel depressedand ,

Seaboard property in this State. summer. He will send a carload of electrical storm Tuesday afternoon certainvay Is injurious to the boiler despondent,have frequent headaches, .

The appointment of W. B. Sheppardto alligators and crocodiles which will which lasted only half an hour but tubes. The Canadian oil is of excellent 'j I dizzy attacks, gnawing distress in stool .. ;
quality, and I think that In a short J ach. constipated or irregular bowels, sour ,
be United States Judge for the be exhibited
there during the summer during that short period did a great time oil will entirely displace coal on I jor bitter risings after eating and poor
: northern district of Florida has been months. Each Joe has an exhibit appetite,these consider- i
year amount of damage. The residence the naval vessels of Great Britain. I symptoms,or any J i
f confirmed by the United States Sen- at some northern city and he is able numberof them,indicate that you are
of W. H. Murphy on North Hill, one Within a short time too a transatlantic suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy .

.... ate.J.. fast building' up a fame all over the of the finest in the city was struck passenger liner will arrive in New I liver with the usual accompanying indigestion '

i '- W. Tedford, a Tampa carpenter country. Next winter he will returnto by lightning and burned with most of York burning oil only as fuel cad derangements., or dyspepsia and their attendant {

'.. was killed by a fall from a scaffold Miami with his pets and will also the contents and for a time the streetcar when her name Is known it will be a I Th Iwc* rP 1. t ++ a m ., al.cF I., ;a
I
last Saturday. He fell only twelve have an exhibit at Palm Beach. The lines were put out of commission. surprise encN,, ,n lei a we, m tom .. iT j jj
C i air r e j
"Besides a saving of space, which j ions. as [InE
if, feet, but in falling struck on his head reptiles are sent in freight cars and '
Allie Thayer is preparing the hide can be used for crew quarters in vessels I ; '
.
the.;e veraT c pn'Kir raV
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? crushing his skull. the long trip to and from the north
of the boat
of the alligator caught by K. :Maxwell torpedo class the efficiency VP c n ,

The leading Greek business men of never seems to bother them.-Miami to decorate the Independent office of oil over coal ton for ton. is P itt, .

S the that News-Record. fully 23; per cent There mnv be a ; 'r at this Is absolutely true 1
Tarpon: Springs deny story
The hide will measure over eleven will be readily proven to your satisfaction

..,. there is a possibility of the sponge industry Two ballot boxes, filled with the offi- feet and Mr. Thayer says it is the slight Increase in cost, but this overcome if you will but mail a postal card requestto ,
by the savings that I have men Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y., for a I :
J: being removed from Tarpon cial ballots, were captured last night prettiest one he has handled. In kil- tioned. For instance, too. forty men of free copy of his booklet of extracts from ;

G,, Springs to Tampa. by Sheriff Mobbs in a well known ing the 'gator it knocked him down higher intelligence and skill in au oil the Standard medical authorities, giving! \ ;
the names: of all the Ingredients entering S .t
The Townsend Mill Company at town store where they had been left three times, and after having been burning; ship can take the places of 2.7J into his world-famed medicines and showIn j. }

: .'Starke. has failed and as a conse by the two inspectors who had been shot in the morning by :\Maxwell, stokers which means a great deal in ? what the most eminent medical men .
the handling of a naval vessel" Then of the axe say of them. e t
; quence a great many hands are out of entrusted with them by the Democrat shot by Mr. Thayer, its wind pipe severed '
there is the time saved in the gettingup : -- 'f
i employment. It is hoped the mills .c executive committee. The box and stuck so that it would bleed of steam which means much in n 50 YEARS' .e

will soon be again in operation. were taken in charge and turned over to death its tail lived for ten hours. sudden naval engagement EXPERIENCE: t

Councilman Z. T. Bielby chairmanof to the Democratic headquarters. Sher- That is where Mr. Thayer made his "England has already used oils coining i if

the street committee, through his iff Hobbs happened to be in the store mistake, and he says an alligator is from Burma and New Zealand: and D/

attorneys; Landis & Fsh, has entered at the time the boxes were discovered. not dead until it is skinned for abouta has fojnd them of good fuel quality,

suit against Thomas N. Page for slan He noticed them lying on the week. In this 'gator's stomachwere but we believe in the next great war 1
that oil will be declared a contrabandof
floor and asked whom they belonged to. about two pounds of iron cast-
is
der in the sum of $5,000. The suit war, and Great Britain without a TRADE MARKS

based upon public statements allegedto When told that they had been left ngs.-St. Petersburg Independent plentiful supply at home or in her own DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS "

have been made by Page, charging there by inspectors Joseph Whlttaker A gentleman from Arcn Creek was dominious would be in a serious Anyone tending m aketcb. and description Ac.may l

Bielby with getting a rake-off in the and George Hooker of precincts 16 plight" quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether an ,t
in the city yesterday and while strolling Invention is probably patentable. Communlca. "
letting of contracts for street im- and 35, and that they had gone out fora Mr. Henry Is soon to publish a bookin ttrictlyconUdentUL Handbook Patent It
around the town noticed a nice sent free. Oldest agency for securing patenta.Pat ;
provements. Stewart & Bly have' few hours' recreation, Sheriff Hobbs which he takes issue with Rear Admiral ;:n.a taken through Mann Jt Co. receive J
looking log standng near a man who Evans the of oil rptcial notice without charge,in the
on subject as a
been retained by Mr. Page.-DeLand decided that the safest place for the ; .
was seated on a bench. lIe stoppedto fuel for naval vessels Scientific Jlm ritatt.
Record. boxes was in the hands of the, executive -
pat the animal and casually passed t
A handsomely Illustrated weeklv.. Tju-gest clrculation -
committee and
he
j. I Preparations are being made to do accordingly the remark that it was a fine looking of any cienUflo goal Terms$3 a 4,
WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO s
seized and turned them over to the year: four months,II. newsdealers.
a great deal of work on the Florida proper authorities.-Tampa Times. dog. The man on the bench readily MUNN & CO.361 Broil*'', Hew York ,

East Coast Railway between :Miami agreed with him but stated that he
i Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us __ Branch Office. fiZSFSU Wanhltunoo.C..__
.t-{ and St. Augustine this summer. New The Pensacola correspondent of the had no use for the canine, and in replyto -
r
Strong and Healthy BINII'I
! r. rails and ties will be put in and when Times-Union says that suits aggregating the query of the interested one, offered The MaslValnaklf.
the rush begins next winter the track almost $30,000 have been brought to sell the dog for $1. The All the blood in the body paces through 'SxiLiing Boakitvtr Pah4jAtdRUDDER f
the kidneys once every three minutes. The
will be in fine condition. Most of against the Pensacola Electric Ccm man from Arch Creek at once took J
kidneys filter the blood They: work nightand
the work will be done on the southern pany, as a result of the collision of advantage of the offer and handed the day. When
healthy they remove about HOW-TO BOOKS .l
. end of the road, and iron and ties two cars on West Government street supposed owner of the dog the amount 500 grains of impure matter daily, when unhealthy
Over Joco boats ban been built from the lines ,. i
e have already been distributed along ten days ago, in which Mrs. P. J. Williams named. He then asked the man to some part of this impure matter is printed in then rooks Suicessfu.U sailed m

i the tracks between Miami and West and her two children and Mrs keep the animal until he could stepin left in the blood. This brings on many diseases every drawing clime of JH aid parti noun, shovnn evrry sea v.hat Full it is detail and w

1 Palm Beach.-Miami News-Record. J. F. Sykes were injured, the latter a store and purchase a chain and and symotoma-pain in the back head. bow to nuke ItT.:".extremely simple. 1

Key bears the proud distinction probably permanently as she is vet collar, but when he returned neither ache, nervousness, hot,dry bkin rheumatism, HOW TO: SUIID A RACER FOR $SO 4 \
Long gout, gravel, disorders of the eyesight and Hf.Kl .,rructt L rL .- c t.L.iLI.fi.m.mH!.oikwrp 'j
I of having the only automobile in a very critical condition. Mrs. Williams the dog, the man nor the dollar was ifuud>a>i. ",i Inca.. t..feara tae--i.. i'
hearing dizziness irregular heart debility, .
1 has brought suit in her in sight. The Arch Creek citizen HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA
-, and road on the Florida keys own drowsiness dropsy in the .. \
wagon deposits urine, etc. nay net.for c-.Ir' u ilme or ta.wki.* atxmt b 1]
for a distance of 150 ties between name and those of her children for decided that he was stung and reported But if you keep the filter rihtyou will have d tilnal.;. t..lpnaas1pl..e r .'..ti..'.-...i.etrue.peieJl..t.>-..ful nh:..nrer t..ltWo..p.NI

,i Miami and Key West. This is a nearjy $20,000, while Mrs. Sykes has the matter to the police.-Miami no trouble with your kidneys. HOW TO EUILO A FACING SLOOP r ,

brought suits for The News-Record. John M. McCrory. Main St. 7e.4 .".r--l r...nt marbwr r-t oIHiJ''''; ,... .
- shell road, about a mile long, and nearly $30,000. living on Ti- aaWPI 1 .... Aa.. aW.1.... eMT M bald 1 )
tusville,Fla, "My back lame I.wNl w u .
----- says: was
winds In and out among the Cocoanut plaintiffs allege gross carelessness upon very
the part of the and its Florida's Pecan Industry.A and sore and when I stooped or lifted any- MOW TO. 9UILO. .,A .MOTOR..... LAUNCH f
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and is realy a fine road, costIng company Sinplr nl n.a it I .n. how teeomtract alaoael
palms thing I found it very difficult to regain an b..U I......-. .t..e<>.. ..,nr.luti.trplan*. t
I I scarcely anything to build, just employes, and claim that had the men dispatch to the Savannah, News y
erect position. I could not aaaume a position HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT :
\ cutting undergrowth away. Ocean in charge of the Park line car exercised from Thomasville, Ga., says: at night that was comfortable an411 "'IL.r'i*.:tat i.;*::;:!.:"tm.A.B Wit*, M r*.t. aUOl, c N; AKC lWiV

view drive would be a very appropriate any care or discretion they would Dr. F. A. Wilson, of Poulan. secre- felt miserable. The kidney secretions did] HOW TO BUILD A $H::>_L-DRAUGHT SLOOP

not have received the injuries. One A'I-"r',.tit M.idbr b...;wit i .'state wrhaasass I
name for this creation.-Miami tary of the National Nut Growers' As- not at in their normal manner and gave me mall...!pi.... W. 'i.,

UTetronolis. car was following another, when the sociation was in Thomasville a short much annoyance. Finally Doan's Kidney HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE t

... first stopped at street to Pills came to my attention and I began taking Easy'..1..101.H....'.....:.:r....-In.n: importanceto a crossing time yesterday on his way home from ..
1 An enterprise of great ... .t1.. .... .....1:.rl:' .;oIy..II/.I."IUIlf)(lain,
the development and upbuilding of allow Mrs. Sjkes and Mrs. Williams Monticello, Fla. where he attended them according to directions. They proved HOW TO BUILD' A MOCCL YACHT I .
to be jut what I required, soon eradicates A..omperta dewr.ptta..f b.w In bald a .J..l-11ae t
the Lakeland section of Polk countyis with her children to alight. When the convention of Georgia and Florida the backache and banished the lameness andsoreness. ;f WI.I m>a>l c.aiawls.PRICE .i

well under a party of Illinois they were leaving the car the one nut growers.Dr. .
now way, The action of the kid uey secretions $1. i
following it struck the rear end at Wilson said that the : EACHPHtpAia "
investors having purchased a meetingwas was a"n corrected, and I feel better in everyway. 6V CAPRCSS AN".c t

tract of 85,000 acres of land in the almost full speed throwing out the well attended and a great deal of I sincerely remora end Doan's KidneyPills Boom in <' .IS Gold "'ttm-.II-, of pj;, '. a. ,

neighborhood of Lakeland, extending ladies and the two children and injui interest manifested. Much attentionwas to any IM.TSOII in Deed of a reliable kidney ,L. ;a u clu j -ur e.cit.uiJri: *n pans.

northeast toward Auburndale. The object ing them seriously. devoted to the culture of the pecan remedy." THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

of the purchasers is to promote a Monday something became decidedly nut. Monticello has half a dozen For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ctnta. 3 MVIRMASTBECT New YOHA, U. S. A r.bed
.r liIburn .
ter- Co. CniCtlotw York
scheme and they will large pecan nurseries with proba- ;",'r. '.a CntlJ.II a" t.r .r'. "t. '. t
colonization with the Western Union ..
wrong sole agents for the United States .. !'''''' ;

seek to have this large tract settledby wire on the A. C. L. H '., between bly 500,000 or more young pecan trees. Remember the DaUlt-IVM '!>-and take no : i..!

a desirable class of immigrantsfrom Worthington and Lake Butler. A lineman Reports showed that within a radius .thtrBeari. .:

the middle states, who will be of seventy-five miles of Thomas-- :
was sent out at once to lin l and .
<.J :
encouraged to purchase small farms. the trouble. ville there are ..:-'uO'\ acres planted in rORI1i
remedy He traced the "
the have Meals BnoJIBigut.uro \ The Sower "V Has
; make groves, grow truck and become wire to where it went through tit" pecan trees. All practically within ctl. No Second Chance ..

home-builders. the last five years, and that this acreage .I-- t
permanent field of an old colored farmer near cf Good sense savs make the mart 1 1FERIJY'S
will be increased 50 in of the ur..L
for them for this There per rent
Having no other use city. he found about ------ -

the present the extension steamer three hundred feet missing lie 1. o:: the near future. A local organizationwas Eggs: as Live Stock :

Columbia, power schooner City of ed high and low, but no trace of the formed, called the GeorgiaFlorida An Iowa rs-r.n is uadTtakin! ,; to ilI'\ M MSEEIS

Key West, and four of the largest missing wire could be found. He h$ Nut Growers' Association. The port egzs from England! under th' cnssitication (

barges in use by the company have just decided to return to Lake Butle: officers are: W. C. Jones, of Cairo of "h\e stock" The cu*ttJn.. nea.thentdeatutthe have mule arxl kept I Try'd fwrld-Seed iucm Butt Veil*.
Arthur Lamont Fla. officials do not see it that way. although -
president
Rich
,
been sent to Palm Beach where the for more wire to fill up the gap when ; ; Ferry' Seed Annual foe 1908
vice president; C. R. Simpson of Monticello. it Is well known that many of bra th. whol'S-fd st.- --sent FUSE for S
will be
City of Key West and barges he saw an old negro woman stan.lingin .
the errs shipped from Iowa to Chicago the adea g Ueu'I sow aeeda Ull you get U.B. d
in build- secretary: and J. B. Wight of U. FU8T t CO.. Damn.MKI.
kept for some time assisting the door of a shanty and Jeeidet reach the consumers as fire! poultry

ing a new golf grounds to the Flagler he would find out if she could throw I Cairo treasurer. ------ -

hotel property and making other extensive any light on the matter. In reply this You Never Can Tell
of Trouble
Plenty --
that have been question as to whether she hall
improvements
jut exactly the cause of vour rh 'iinuti-,
The fleet i.> ranged -tasnation of the liver and how- but know VIOl ha\eit. I). know that KILLTHECOUGHAND ,
under plan for some time. seen the missing: wire he rel.'i\-t.11he you > you
els. U 2t; rid of it and headache awl bili"u->- lUllard's Snow Liniment will cure it'-relieve& -
was sent through the inland water following reply: .B\) -s I dons g 't ma i i I mess and the po :iou that brings jaundice take the IMIJI-reduces! the swelling cud CURE THE LUNGS

Columbia being \\ashin Dr. Kings New Life Pills. the rthible i>uri- limbers the joints and '!.. that
route, the Steamer weeks strung out o'i -lat wireout I mux 51' you ,
| fir that do the work without grinding
or will be as active and well as you ever were
used to tow the barges which contained gander in tie back yard." W nat \I grn,iug. 2'iCat Banner Drug ::tvrc. Price 2> "We. and $100. Sold by Tituvi'l

several hundred yards of muck soil made you take it ilownT" was the angry I .- --- Pharmacy and Banner Drugstore. WITH Dr. King'sNew .1'

brought up from the keys for use in answer. "Dat wire done c'n up ----------
: Accident will happen, but the bet
and after delivering dar for two and I ain't CASTORIAFor rega
the improvements, years son no lated families keep Dr. Thomas Electric
i' the barges at their destination she tillygram goin' over it jet so I 'low d 1 Infants and Children. for such emergencies. It subdues the Pain :
and heals the hurts.
4 will be returned here and sent back youns didn't have no use fer it and OUCHS ego 3lClil0Ol I .l!
i The Kind You Have FOR (;
Always Bought
: to the keys. The City of Key West I know'd it would come in powerful o A S '.I.' 0 n.'X.A. OLDS Trial Bottle ,Fret
,
maintained at Palm Beach handy for a clothes line." The line I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
will be Bears the18ignsttue Bears the Ita Kind: Yw! Have Always Bought! .

Y until the work has been completed.-- man came in for more wire.-Lake of : .d..J GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY i
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Butler Star. &gcpfatnrs 2 Oft MONEY REFUNDED. ;}
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--t THE FLORIDA

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.\ F. Beat, Dep.Reg. officer- "1200 I( OATARRHOFTHESTOMAOH

THE FLORIDA STAR PROCEEDINGS. A. OsteeD, *' -- 1200, .
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II. Nauman, 1200
EnteredsttbepostoffieeatTitnavilletasecondclass COUNTY Wilson __ 1200J I RELIEVED. '

mail matter. .J. Field .. ___ 12001

r B. Gardner, ** -" __ 1200
Ellis B.Water, Editor.nd Publlther. The Brevard county .J. F.Campbell, --- 1200 No Medicine In the World.

met at the court house in Ulrich. ___ 1200 a Perhaps )
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING : .P.Cooper, .. ... 1200 Has Relieved More Cases"of
June 1, 1908, at 2:00 p.m. .,
BUBSCIU*'TION.81.50 PER ANNPM chairman B. Arnold, "S' -_ 1200 of the Stomach Than
R. A. Conkling ; Catarrh
; ,
T. Smith, ** 1200 7 a
inson and T. J. .:: % t
P 1200 '
-- Pe-ru-na
'd..rtla".f" K-if- urnitbrd on -
w \pplic tlon. rtiot, with A. A. '.P. Brown, care of con rthoube ground 30 00 __

I ----- J. P. Brown, sheriff. ville Ekctnc Light Co., lights__ 2100 Y' The Symptoms of Stomach

An Unfortunate Feature The minutes of the .II. Parker, rep. jail and ct. house 223 Catarrh Are Heaviness AfterAI.Dl
Maier, painting jail, offices etc. 1)121 tZ
The primary campaign which will the board read and
of were : Ericson Engine Co., packing for Eating, Belching Gas, Sourness

; come to a close next Tuesday has de- The treasurer's report jail pump...________________.._ 167
dd Stomach Sluggish
? veloped a few strange features in posit certificate attached, fas, Pritchard Son, mdse.for jaiL_ 855 of the ,

this state and most every person con- ed and checked up and i. L. Brady & Bra,md e. for jail_____ 155 Bowels
W.S. Branning, mdae. for prisoners___ 4 90
that
nected with politics will be glad destroyed.
I B. R.Wilson, med.service to prisoner 150rittmille b
the struggle will then be over. Order No. 9, passed at Pharmacy,Imed. tor pnsnrs. 765 1 cAiDJN Gw.W. Wictc

:Men who have been on the friend- meeting of the board, Jas. Pritchard & Son, md*. for jail_ 4 30 %
.. .. .. COL
DENVER ,
and have stood 450
liest'terms for years, to capturing manatees is county -

F close to each other in apolitical way, scinded. R. J. Dunnam,supt. county home.... 42 00Talius jA5:_

have been estranged and are oppos- Kline_ mdse inmates co home li 87 *1f | HAVE USED PtRUNA FOR
Application of Snell I Tit ; Pharmac-y, med. inmates

ing each other in a most vigorous City Point, to capture a county home__________________ 190! 4 CATARRH OF THE STOMACH
'! manner and as though belonging to exhibit at his place of W. E. Goldsmith rndte. for co home_ 44 20 '

,opposing political parties. Many City Point, was granted. Jas. Pi itcbard &Son, mdbe. co. home 290 i r. ..< I AND ITHA5 HELPED ME ,
of intentions have been E. W Dunn, cook county home_____ 10 00 -
good
men Clerk's of tax
report house_ 55 00
0. A Stewart insurance on ct.
&r a grossly misrepresented,and their private during[ the month of May E. C. Advocate, pub tax statement.100 --- Srea' r

as well as their public life as- received. A. A. Stewart at-endance on ct. ct., 1 STARTLING TESTIMONIALS

sailed thoughthey were more term _____ 2'1S SOME OTHER
as Clerk's of fines spring --------------
report ______ ______ ;500A. do honestly believe your great
renegades and all for E. M Stoles, ferryman lDL\
than political and I
ures during the month of Peruna,saved: my life,
.A.Stewart rep of tax redpt, May- 100 & So'ith
what purpose? recommend it to like suffer
was received. Cot Alder
1, T' Men stand in amazement at the I KOVDFC.ND "; You are at liberty to publish my
of Justices of 1 have u ed
mande candidates 1 Reports Ennis& Fort rep road ruler, etc.773 and I truly hope it may be
assertions against and
W. R. Roesch, L. K. stomach "
whom they have known for years, ROAD FUND DIST. NO. 1. fully. to some one.

H. Nauman were F. E. Stone feeding mules_-_________ 250 Chronic of Head and Stomach.
that such charges have
well
I knowing
County judge's report W R. Morgan road work ___________ 2700 Frank Uichterof) East Second
little or no foundation at all, but forfeitures during the R.S. Smith road work______________ 33 75 MH. Winona, Minn., write: "Al &
: w
tiJ r which too easily influence the credulous 1908, was received. Jas. Pntcbard &. Son, Bid-*. road work 4 80 "It gives ma for catarrh I take pie-sure la
them to turn their Lumber Co.,lumber for road catarrh of the
t: t. and cause Smith TitohTille to the : Pi runa for
H. C. sat
Bond of ;
"r another. work __________________ _______ 6 03 has done for 1 know what it is to be af
vote one or
t way Smith & Wesson pistol C. R. Bunt road work_______--__ 1050J. with this awful e&aeand: can-
catarrh of the
., This is an unfortunate state of af- and permit issued. W.Obban, M etc.________ 45 00 I to bed for it my duty to say a word in behalf

' ) fairs and may well be deplored by The permit issued to Arthur Lesley. _______u__ 3600 sit my up. I bad remedy which gave me such relief.

t all conscientious and right-thinking 1 land on Oct. 7th, 1907, J. C. Oshan, ___________ 6750 could find cured me,and 1 know it will
i. people. E. L. Brady & Bro., fwd for co. mules 62 25 without any farm"I any one el..e who i'ufT'r' from IbU
t' rington & Richardson Laurence Panpol, road work________-. 250J. lcians gives m e g rent plc a.uew tea
It is to be hoped that before another phY* I
f 1;;L.\ celled and the clerk is E. khan, road work__________---- 450 Hale or no to the curative effects of this media

: Ji primary comes around the i' of such action and Ja*. Pritchard &:Son. mdse. road work 6 19 the U.->t ) : .

lJ'.. astute men of the hour in Florida' turn such permit to the AlezanderlVadsworthroad work____ 2250EAD a m; f-.ui,u !: I i* a well It>-*ted and fre

i J $t will provide a remedy ,for the pres- Report of R. J. FUND D1 T. XO 2. 1 \ i= gr3
Z#.. ent evils of the primary system, and tendent of the poor Asbury Walton road work _________ 2145 Then a the stomach catarrh was it is unsurpassed.principally tooted

F f t ; that after next week those who are ceived. Said report J. O Simmons, team hire, etc.__________ 30 4 00 25 b-e*<';.dvd tig: how me my head and stonia-'li. 1 tried i aay

wrangling in hot debate and appeal J.E.Spearmauhauling------ without uicess. I tried w-
'f. was
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of ,
worth catarrh
76 produce for
Ed Eudistl hauling shell .___ _. 1:? 00
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i t. will again assume that role of peace. the ; T 'ines;re. n doctors out they were usable U>
poor farm during Howard Harkins, hauling shell..__.._ 3175
road of IVtunaiu the ,
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n t i' and good will among men and stand 1908, and amount of Ptterhitfitld, road work___________ 150 at at lifte... "ii five me.bottles curd me."

L; united in the good work of progress during the month of S. Canty, ___________ 840 of ao-ordmg sour ; to from the first dose Peraaa

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Florida. Smith 450
and development for William u few
l j U a days relieve symptoms of stomach ca.
: to $36.19. .
amounting
.. .- James Tuttle, ________u_ 897S "1 tb.
Peruna at once sharpen
Feels Considerable ConcernThe Report of E.W. Hall, J. Field, codas. for road..___________ 6 70 to go to ; -,increases the directive power,
reporting that he had !E. B. Otrter, material, work on bridge 2 30 now I am in renewed strength.People .
Tampa Tribune feels considerable licenses during S. S.Jones, md e. for road work___u_ 50 work on rnv Rives

: concern on account of the, any 1908 received.After V. M Fish, road work _______________ -2t> 00 who Object to Liquid Medicines Should Gus' Peruna Tablets

3 present political attitude of its highly May, was Joe Reddick, road work_____________ 1950 -- --- --

this date the John King road work__..--________-- 1950
}1't esteemed contemporary, the Jack- charge a fee of $5.00 r"B. has. 1) Provost, rnclae for mules____ 2s 39 ROLLINS COLLEGE

: sonville Times-JJnion. Will it be re- mit issued to capture a Solomon illunis, road work__--___. 25 95

garded as impertinent, asks the Trib- IFMoriclci's Oldest College
The clerk is ROAD WORK D1ST. >' O 3

une if we ask why that excellentand record of hunting F. E. C. R. E. Co, freight on proviolons College,Academy,and. Schools of Music, Lxpresalon: Flue Art,Uome.iic cud I O'Iu.-

generally patriotic journal has he will be allowed 15 fur mulcb___________________--- 1794J trial Arts and* Hall Ko ineiCarueei and>"third uiei>' dormitory now going up; electric tigbt; e'elAru an*!
t', heat large faculty; p rfe.'t health coDdltiou;tine gyiuna>iuu>, athletic field,
r so suddenly abandoned its warfare R. Mathers &, Sou proviiions for urnace ; baskrt-ball of friends thiear. .
record of each permit link baee-ball and teems chainpiou !
tennis c.'Ourb.ltolf ;
k on Napoleon Broward just at the mules_....._-_______________----- 10796 ] >e Tax collector's report J.O Simmons, road work_..________ 5150 available. Vlirifeliau,but undf noiuiii...t oual; kUiudit for
critical moment when it rests in the
collected during the __ __
A. A Simmons uu 14 WJ OhnrnQ'tQr O'-11"t'-1re Conduct: :
t balance whether the great state of 1903, for the year 190G U, Lanier u ______u_-_ 3900'
address Preftldeot.
+t'': a Florida is to be represented in the to $71.00, was received, T. J. Shave&Co., team hire__________ 11-150 Next session begin October 7. For catalogue" the

United States senate by a demagogue I collcc V iKrtviuv marl _uu_____________ 2000 Wm F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla.
the
i without political classification up with tax X H Kinard, team hire._____________ 101 UW ,
genuine found correct. BrwtWr*, ____00______ 52.J3R. --- ---

or by a: sterling Democrat like 1 Tax collector's report \tkias, road work_--__________---- 21 M) In ;Second Primary-I East Coast Meat larketG.FDURENAGENT

= Duncan U. Fletcher? To which the collected during the M Young; dieting: marl-______u___ 3750A. June 16, 1908 I
4; ; Gainesville Sun replies as follows: 1903 for the FulwoixL digging marl _unnu 27 W
x May, For Delegates to the :National Democratic -
._. t The "present political attitude" of amounting to 887.00, R'.,U> FUJI) I>l! i.' NO t. Contention from the State at I

{ i the Times-Union was explained in and checked up with Ihmmuud..lerpeuingpkka: --.--.- W< Large i t Y Florida and
+ the Sun of last Sunday Brother Sto- Titusville Lumbar('o., lumber __nh 1140J. Vote for three.X /f
tor's stubs and found ___.. ___._
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f..1 vall. A certain "interest"in Florida [ l: lIS(', hauling on nml 150 MAX M. BROWN : : 41
Petition of -Witt John King ro. d work _Un____uu 13 V) -- -- --- WesternMeats
had rather see Brow ard elected if citizens of Koekledjre. _Vl nev A. \bt!e%. uid-" for mule,..__._ 3312 X A. C. CLEWISX y

- thereby it will benefit Senater T Iil-: the part of LUrtoa : Joe l: ldick. nud work ____u_'___on 112.1X SHACKLEFORD

_.... ferro, and the alleged "deal" is corroborated tion line between ti M Fish .' ___u___ _____ 2000James --_._--- -- -----.- -- -- -

by of the best 1)-01'le Mmm", rKk.--- __?-___ ___ 21 00vMierEtlwirdx Delegates to the National Democratic
t t some Tp. 25. S. I:. :.G eat. \\ cud w"rk.. ._ ___. 13">tVm ) Convention from the Second Congressional -, of all Kinds.
in Florida. F.a Hist ,,1..l ru.iua:! \ ,..wertaae: .* .. _nU_ II W District:

l ; be declared! a pub'iC' ri John Vlorun. ____un_ 12 W Vote for two. i

;'' ; False Accusation ej and fixed! and thi .- D. reeves, nek ______--__.___----____ 10 00 X T. S.. DAVIS. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
L4 For several weeks past C':rtain \\ui t',...kl.'\ digiug marl ----------2-i -- --- --
clared a public rv*,J :at .. ___ X FRANK 0. SEBRING
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henchmen of Governor Bro \aril h:1\ : Pff K.*.'"<. n. discing marl 313sMa.too I 0. A. STEWART
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:l6 of fIe OnlrJ. tnere Willujus, read work---_____ 37 T>) ---------
-4' been circulating the report that Duncan ._. .. __, __ -
te-t. \\ill Bim-s. dicing; nurl 2-i>t Death, Was On His Heels

r3 U. Fletcher was an infidel. The The hoard allots! HenrvlVihiawsdiggiugmarl2520 J,Vie P. Morn-% of skipjHra-, ha lailiM
report was a lie on its face, and $WO for sending out \\, )[. l a\ix oral wrk--.- --_ 1:>V): nil in th,- tyrmzof l!Ki>, lit' !sjvs: Fire
demonstrated the character of the C. )U !lIii>;'to. M .___. _-. 10utnaiouia l left Kxi vvt-akauJ Insurance
t: tax hater,: far tax a> F J.arrintou.M "* ____ 3.11u with such \ ft'arftJll'm h that iufriends<1rlartil (-
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f" :: men who "passed it along. M>-. 1WS. rr.uaumpti! n h.ul roe and death uaa on
._ RO\1 tlM I>I-T, NO. 5. I my hitli 1 brit I was perannadd to try Dr ..
f t \ Fletcher has for years been a trustee Bond of jas. il Kings New I>i oerv, It htlix-d me in-
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:: of Stetson university and any per- J. \\. Grit ,, mil work ___-__-_ "it :*i hlt..liatdaull afkr t(kiwi two aud a halfbfttk TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAI
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Smith & \Ve>oon pistol :
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(.\Mi.; VKIH-N tT-il. I was>a well man a!!:ain I fouixl out
k- }; '. son of common sense knows that only and permit i issued. !that New l>iMX vcrvi-- the toot remedy f'rnurhs
Christian would be elected to such ;J. P Brown, game wirJcn.----. n_ 35(WUNfc and lout Ji"-.L-t. in all the world:' represent some of the loading
-tf;- a Report of sheriff to S M iud*.r suannttt. ::t Banner Drug. Morivv companies of the world and any
: \SlfHRFt.n'.Rt: HTM*
f -- a position. Rev. Dr. Hobson, of of fines and cots in and Sl.0. 'Trial bottle IYteNotice business entrusted to me will receive -
U J. P. Brown trim. pnis.ro. j s. Cvcrt WVB :;
i:-' ': Jacksonville Rev. Dr. Rogers, of for the month of May, ; .. .. ., .. prompt andcareful attention
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." : :, Gainesville, and others brand the re- fines and co ts impn E. B.rn..1J.. witnt.. j. p. court _.... ;>60 1-----
<' port as false and without foundation. J.l', Knuvu t.1ilO. prus. co.j s, uurt il;>'> Notice is hereby given that the tax
\ month amounting to$ .\, \. :Ncvmrt cnm. prtw tt ct. ____ ::1 '** assessor will meet with the board of Robbing & Graham Co.
0:;; ._.. same was api>roed. J. P, Brown f4Kdiug prisouers _hh_ 117m) county commissioners of Brevard county -
"ji t J.. Referring to the report that Gov- The following On motion the board adjournedto Florida, at the clerk's office at Ti-
} (Incorporated i
: .; ernor Broward is to remove from tus\ille, Florida, on the 6th day of July,
.. .. proved and warrants meet again on the first Monday:
1908, at o'clock m., for the
in he should be p. purposeof .
r5 Jacksonville case drawn for same. in July at 2 p. m. hearing complaints and receiving tes- raid Ii Capital 12.S.OOU

f elected senator and thus not be i inr' ----- t timony a* to the value of any propertyreal I
This
lands the
;' the way of Senator Tahaferro two GENEBVL For a Sprained Ankles or personal as fixed by the county Indian company river owns in
J. K. Vliot, county Cl.rom'r : 40 assessor of taxes for the year 1908 i and countfon the St
{ hence citizen of Jacksonville .. usually treated a sprained ankle will
;:: ; -' years a R. A. Coaklmz. disable the injured person: for a month or of perfecting, reviewing and equalizingthe Lucie river, at New river and OB
!_1 .. asked one of Broward's supporters T. A. Robin; m. UO more, but "v applying Chamberlain's Liniment assessment rolls for said year.R. Biscayne bay

: if he really I thought the governor T.J.Cjcksliott, '. .. .,0 and nbi . bottle faithfully, a cure mav he enacted innunv Chairman of Board of County Commissioners -
.j.. 'to other A A. Stewart acuonntaut_ W PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend
:,A : would remove some place, tae3 in less than one week's time Breyard County, Florida.
< .-. ; whereupon the Broward man replIed: J. P. Brown, waiting on (I() This liniment is a most remarkable pn pin- (Attest)
A. A.Stewart minutes for 00 tion. Try it for a !;sprain or bruise or when A. A. STEWART for laud lit
F!:: :.:- :. "Yes,he'd move to h'll if he thought W. S. Norwood, registration 7 3 laid up with chronic or 11Iuscularrht"umatim. Clerk of Circuit, Court and Clerk of
and certain to be delighted with the
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you OFFHEPAT .
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$ ': he could be elected U. S. senator by C. A. Garduer md-e. for 7 i prompt relief which it atlords. Fur ..ale"Y Board of County Commissioners.

,r-: -:, it'' 4 doing so." J. P. Brown. janitor ______ ') Titusville Pharmacy. By O. A. Stewart, Deputy. TITUbVILLE MI\ML
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PFEETCHER: MEN STAND SOLID r r ./ r IH THE PRIMARY, JUNE 16th .4; :

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have not boasted of my riches. I have none to boast .' The campaign will be over in a few :

r of. 1 have told the whole truth-that I was not bound or '
; obligated to days. Fletcher has continued his clean
any corporate interest, national bank or: rail- .f .
road company, for any of the expenses of my campaign. .
Governor Broward makes an effort to curry favor and make 'i'f campaign. He has not abused or villified 4
: political capital by alluding to his poverty or lack of wealth. ,
> Yet at Tampa he said that he had eighty thousand dollars .. :;:; or misrepresented his opponent. Only j
worth of It is f!
property. one thing to be poor and quite another -
thing to use the fact for effect. It is i'y .
rw political one ;
of in the
thing to have limited means, and another thing to be free \'' tyhr' 19,000 votes out 53,000 were cast
; from personal and political obligations-especially to national "'....... '
banks and national bankers-whose interests would be affected first primary for Governor Broward and

., by currency legislation by congress. It is one thing to
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J lack means-it is another thing to use the appointing power his machine. Both Beard and Lamar are 1.; ,
of governor to reward friends, and to take care of those to ,,

whom nature.you are_under obligations of a political or financial ,t. .,:[ : b now for Fletcher. Eighty per cent. of Ys.


J : their vote will come to Fletcher in the C.i;
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BROW ARD'S MACHINE-HOW IT WORKSGov. "H. ,...", ..

< l. next primary. No one questions this. ,
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.'Broward has been nearly four years in office buildingup I

a state-wide political machine. The power of appointment l ',," There can be only one result. The peo- .... .
vested in him for public interests solely has been used for his i
own political advantage. As a result, witness the fact that v + will 1 t
s will win their Fletcher be
pie fight.
his appointees, from United States senator to inspector of ;
fertilizer, are openly and actively electioneering for him in 1 II
almost every county in the state. Among his office holding :. elected. Let every Fletcher man be ac-
< supporters are four convict inspectors, a food and drug inSpector ; .
an inspector of feed stuffs and fertilizers, the state ,.x W tive and vigilant until the votes are count- I j j
printer, numbers of naval stores inspectors the supervising i 1.1
inspector of naval stores, the chairman and a member of the ed. SEE THAT EVERY FLETCHER i .
state board of control, numerous dredging employees and
wood contractors, and an army of minor state officers andemployees. .., MAN CASTS HIS VOTE. f I 1
There is even a state detective (for whose ap- I r
pointment there is no legal authority), who is traveling over \ ;
this state electioneering for Broward. These officers and .t
employees are receiving salaries averaging not less than fifteen = -- --- 1 I
hundred dollars a year each and their expenses. Theconstitution :
of Florida prohibits the governor from being a
candidate to succed himself. This was to prevent just such Some very bitter and untruthful statements have ,:
machine politics. But the governor is using the same meth- ; ,
ods to get himself elected United States senator. been made about me in the last few days by some overzealous i i i

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WHAT BROWARD WANTS 1 v J partisans of the governor-appointees of and 7. ,
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members of his political machine. I ask the people of
After all, it seems to many people that what Governor
Broward wants is not the welfare of the state, but office for Florida to take into consideration the fact that these are
himself not the good of the "great-hearted" people,but political Don't Believe Campaign '.
: power and influence for himself, and the ability to nothing but campaign falsehoods, sprung at theJast moment 1
seize the highest offices of the state for his friends and sup
porters. Will the Democrats of the state of Florida stand when it was known that I would not have time to an- ;
for these methods? Is it possible to secure fair expressionof
party will, if such a system of machine politics is allowed swer. The people of this state will not approve of such

to be fastened upon the state? It is now for the Democrats .
Election unfair methods. DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
of political Florida machine to decide methods.whether or not they will endorse such Sprang on Day t


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Osteen was instructed every citizen to advise and consult
; County School Board (($30.00), Supervisor
by the board to give the with his friends and neighbors upon VOTE FOR

The board of public instruction matter his personal supervision.The public questions and candidates; and

met. ,Monday June 1st, with full bids for addition to the Eau as I strongly feel that Mr. Fletcheris

board present. Gallic school building not being sat- by far better qualified in every respect ROYAL C. DUNNFOR

The minutes of the last meetingwere isfactory, the matter was referred to than is Governor Broward* for i ...

read and approved. Chairman Arnold for further consid- the exalted position to which they

Treasurer's report for May was eration. I both aspire, I sent Mr. Fletcher the .

found correct and redeemed war- Adjourned to meet the first Monday telegram above quoted, and I shall

rants cancelled and filed. unhesitatingly give him such assist- .
in July, 1908. ,
The tax collector filed his report ance in his campaign as is in my Railroad Commissioner ,1h

with the board, same :showing: l list of Beards For Fletcher Too er. JOHN S. pow-I

polls paid during the month of Hay, i To the Democratic Voters of the State of i
1908, viz 71 for 190o and 87 for 1907. : Florid. Hcwurr of Ointment for Catarrh t-..t Contain j,

I Immediately after the first primary -i Mercury fI He LED nearest oppo-

Y F1S.\ l'I\I. H'MMAKY. I sent Mr. Fletcher the follow- I as mercury will surely destroy the sense of ,
Warrantonutandinz last reportflL5tO.SO) viz i smell and completely derauze the whole i i2 in first )
nent by4 votes
: telegram, : ,
** i U-u.-d this m..t"till-- ?JS.73Warrant i.s ing tly.1 t
I tttn when enf -ring it through the
"I sincerely wish you success andwill J ; -
;;..mI I I surfaces. Such articles should never be n-ed
v- primary and secured amajority
3.714177Warrant ask my friends to support you. except: DU prescriptions from reputable fhvsituius ,
pail in I.IY ------- I I have giv- as the damage will U'\J u ten fold 1,
Some of the state papers
derive from
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enowouttaudiug.------::::: prominence to this telegram, and ; them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,manufactured by or plurality
Total nhon hand ______-= I.I; en ... O.. remain
I F. J. (Cheney ( Toledo. no
!construed it as an assumption upon j jJ and is taken internally net in? .i
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____. :.!.4=! mercury TWENTYTHREEcounties. :
He5citinfl1nli.i----
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J part that I could control the vote ; directly upon the blmxl and mu r.n4 .urt6'I I $4 5r
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Hall's 'atarrh ,
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ITEMIZED ExrisDiTURFS.County : that was cast for me in the first primary -| dire l...system.sure you eet the senuine. It is taken .t.: y' .
school fond. Fletcher in the second. internally. and nude Toledo. Ohio by F. J. :: .
Mr.
Nellie Gei;er. teacher S,). 19 f-r Mty 49.Q 1 for Cheney i Co. Testimonials free. I, 4
E. C Advocate pub. notice teacher In justice to myself. I think that I j sod by .InijruUts.! Pri75e.. \<+r Ix.ttle.

exam_______.___ ___._- should state why I sent this telegram. Take Hall's Family Pills for("'n-tipJt 4)n. i i Has been SECRETARY

I'eter BerteUen, reat of sch H. E. Wakefield. supplies No. ItL- :.til) ; I have never control man'svote < Harsh physics r.ll't.WaKt'O the towelsCause I! ;;, e f > of the Railroad Commission + c
supplies Xt). Ml 2.11;i : to influence; or any i ronatipation. IWu's Lezulets i'l-erate
Jaa. Pritchard" Son : '
: office. I, however, felt easily, tone the stomach Jre'oll tipation.2oc. .
Brev.Co. State Bank int.on war. ... :!1.51' for an + : for SIX YEARS, and
John R. Walker, salary supt. for May 1,11) 1 it to be my duty to tender my vote Ast your druggist for them. :sire .v-4-

E. B. Arnold, per diem and mileage- 17.20 ,I IG and support to that one of the two NOTICE I is familiar with the work .
CITATION
.S.Singleton diem and milage WJOi: i! second i _
per in the primary
i'candidates siJc
A. J. Carter, per diem and mileage9!S1 better fitted andequipped IX THE t:1F.TITF.T: IX ANT> FOR I .._ : of the office.FAVORS .
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thought
Cocoa A Kockg. News, pub. call forbids whom I BREVAED COUNTY, FLORIDA

.A __________-_____---------- 250 i to serve the people of Flor-:I I IX CHANCERY
John Walker, paid frght. on desks1 ida in the senate of the United States.[, R.yal J. Whitney. Complainant, vs. Mathieu
B. a Milton setting up .1e ks No. M 1jII From many year of personaland''I I >i.uvirlie and his wile. Eliza M. -novielle.
and Sarah C. DeFnese and her l.n-.l an-l,
Cocoa A B cltg. News.pub.min.finan.for pub.stal. 2.00I20S.73 2.00John I I political acquaintance with both Governor -i I Lafayette Hoyt Ot,Frit-se. Defend oils: ..
Henry typewrtg. '
and Mr. Fletcher I !
-- Broward |I NOTICE TO XOX-RESIDKNT DEFEND vvrs f
Total 'I j am firmly convinced that it is to the f j jbest ;i To Sarah C. DeFtieseaiwl her haahand, Lafayette 1. Only reasonable rates, railroad and express, con-

interest of Florida to elect Mr. |, Hoyt DeFriese. IVfendaub:

Mr. S. A. Osteen, supervisor of Fletcher to the United States senate YOU ABE HEREBY REQUIRED TO AP- sistent with good service, good wages, and fair t
school No. 19, presented a proposition to the Bill of Complaint tiled herein
and when I sent the telegram to Mr. agin you in the above entitled cause, on or interest honest investment.
Conkling to remove on an
from Mr. E. P. before the third day of August A. D. I;*"*.
the school building and ex-' Fletcher I was actuated, as I havealways THE FLOHID STAR w hereby designated as .
affairs, by the in which this order hall be
been in public newspaper
change the present half acre lot fora ;\ published, once a week far eight consecutive 2. Good service and good tracks. ,
best interest 1
what I believed to be for the weeks.witness.
containing one acre, thus giving I
tract hand and seal of otSce this: 3th
native state. I repeat j 1 my
of
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more play ground and a better ray 'clay of June. A. I>. 19-K 3. Working with Interstate Commerce Commissionfor
board accepted Mr.Conkling's that I do not assume or presume to ', llr. \ A. A. STEWART

.... location. The offer and will bear one- dictate to or control any man's vote, i j i Circuit Court ) By O.Clerk A. Stewart.Circuit D.Court(I fair rates on shipments into and out of State.
.: of moving building I but I do believe it to be the duty of' D. L. (iaalden.Complainant's Solicitor. r
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wax received from the national committee .- I squarely for woman suffrage holding the ruins of the thinness home resulted COMPOSITE RACE PREDICTED,

that year, but denies that Ryan that every woman had the right to develop In the exposure of the long list of .....:.- J
KEEPING I I TAB paid any money to him. Bryan In a her best faculties to seek educa- similar crimes. He says that all these Mrs. A. C. Spencer CalU Am feIn- et "
telegram said that If It were shown tion and to enter a business field: where persons were pat to death by administering Mixing Pot of the WarW.
In their food
that any of Ryan's money was contributed she might select a father for her children chloral hydrate "America Is the mixing pot of W
he would terms of social and the use of chloroform and a knife not
directly or Indirectly on and Intellectual therefore we should
see that every dollar of It was re- equality. Dr. Burrell of Boston the to cut the heart. The only part be had world, and as either an alien

oil THE[ WORLD turned. Mayor Dahlman admits that new president of the association took in the deeds was In the burying of the look upon any one for racial distinction
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1! aid of Lamphere- or foreigner
: victims with the
be spent $15.000 In that campaign. strong ground In favor of educating the which he was amply paid. lie bad makes war and Is the greatest Injustice -
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Taft's Talk on Grant Criticised.The public as to general hygiene and sani- matrimonial In the world. The composite
first met the woman through a
tation saying this was the duty of the the future
Memorial day address of Secretary advertisement when she the demigod of the future
;x..' .t... I of War Taft at the Grant tomb. medical profession. The house of dele herself to be a malpractitionerand represented when no man shall lift his hand

Compromise Currency Bill Ee- i New York. [In which he reviewed thecareer gates of the association recommendedthe offered him work. against Ills brother.**'
': : creation of
a commission to watch expressed the other
f I of the great general and states'nan' This opinion was
come: a Law Upon Failure of I without omitting: reference to the and oppose legislation against vivisec More Cotton Leak Indictments.The day by 31rs. Anna Caflin Sfwsoer of :

La Foilette Filibuster Which: town early liquor drinking habits of tion. federal l jioverntiient'si new mO"flgIst > New York at the woman's day Meeting -
; .1 Crest has come In for sharp criticism To Place Aliens on Farms. : the |
? Ended the Session iowa on the part of the Grand Army leaders I The government immigration bureau speculative' : I:<:P of the crop reports phi t. She was: one of those wb arranged -.

: : while many others questioned the taste has undertaken to find work on farms three years ajp( b tie: I indictment both :: the dinner for negroes and
a Stand Patters Return Allison. of the proceeding. That. his intentionwas in New Jersey. New York and New at Washington and in New York of white person recently held IIIe<<

Taft's Reference to Grant's to point out the subsequent England! for .,O00 or more alien immigrants Theodore Price. the -otton prince: former York

strength of Grant in conquering his who are now eking out a preca- Assistant Statistician Holmes. FA. TL-tcial distinctions," said Mrs. Spa
Weakness Causes Much Resentment weakness is said by Taft in his: own rious existence In New York city. The I I'eckham and Moses Ilaas. One Indictment cer. "are the cause of the deep f...

i'' -Bryan Repudiates defense. His friends charge that the plan is to send out return postal cards charges that Haas acted as a (If separation which afflicts all t1l ,
outcry Is worked up to injure his candidacy through the rural delivery routes to go-between for Holmes and Price so T\li't the Amerktin eitbea will be 3K
3.f Ryan's Campaign Gift-Drey- all box holders offering to supply farmor that the latter was able toVln $7.10.- years from cow uo one know bttt It :

u domestic 000 on the strength of advance tips as be will be a cca...*.
help. Is obvious that
fus Shot During Zola's State Hearst Gains Falling Off.
i to cotton reports furnished by Holmes of il! races welded Into u.,.." t
Funeral Prussian Socialists As the recount of the votes la the Sou Kitchens For East Side. Another charges Price. lIB:!!> and Peck- man.

New York mayoralty election went onbefore I I At last the Sew York school authori- ham with having conspired to bribe Born in Iowa 1 ..

:, Elected Free Soup Kitchens the court the rate of increase in ties have been roused Into action by Holmes to "doctor" the June report of
the Hearst vote was less and some of the signs of distress and banger on the ISVCi! Our family were all born and hied fe .
Chamberlain' Mfe.
Opened In New York. Iowa, and have used
r A the uses gave a few votes to Mc- part of the children of the east side Pierce Must Face Texas Court. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy (tt.e*e at I*...
I- Clellan. whose parents or providers are out of Moines) for years. We know how pie iA i* h
.. The United States supreme court has in the of it. I.K*
use
from
long experience
j I POLITICALCurrency Debs Plans Big Campaign. work. Statistics gathered by the public the which II. wriWr'life
I dismissed: appeal by Clay when in El Paso Texas the was
While in New York Eugene V. Debs school superintendents showed such Pierce, president of the WatersPierceOil saved by the prompt use of this rcBMriy.: "A e
t ', gave to the press a formal statementof a terrible state of affairs that a meeting company of are now engaged in tbe roertBtile IMMMR
Compromise a Law. at Sam>osste, Ha, aud have introJawl ifcrreraerly e
bis plans for the Socialist campaign was called and a committee was Missouri. tried
; Taking advantage of the fart that he named to organize the relief Tork by .: hre. It has proven aaccttifcl* '
'. saying that would begin! at tu avoid e tra' and trrowiog in favor.- 0019 Bt&t. ****
Senator Gore could not see that Senator Chicago: Sept 1. hs: active canvass and establishing kitchens and centers of dition to Texas, remedy is for sale by Titnuille Pharseey. .
Stone was not present to go on with I would tour the country. lie said they distribution for food. In sore cases ; q where the authorities --

the filibuster against the compromises would have :.000 open speakers and the children have fainted from weakness 4 x Ea: have A "Merry Widow" House.

;.. currency bill before the seuate. Senator that the Countess of Warwick was after admitting that they had 4t long been trying llITum. Kl<... is to have a "M fiy
ti .116 Aldrich moved the final vote and coming to assist He called attentionto nothing to eat before leaving their miserable ,r o? to get him Widow" ho'ise. Jiu'tnpNIL pc.
'
'" :.:P.tht". bill passed tbe senate. 43 to :::!. five the practical and I "hom'Sfor school. Several ; MerrfaBt
more comprehensive ?: ; on trial for the prietor of the general store at ,
7' k Republicans voting with seventeenDemocrats programme of his party this: year ; boys confessed that they had not eaten alleged! crime of is preparing to build a house of natal

.'F' against and admitted that the new en of Socialism : anything for two days. The work of JS perjury In having stone which is tf> cost S3.0HO. "We eR

oar '3 t It and no Democrats would be approached by gradual relief Is led by the women superintendents sworn that It a '1Ic>rrl'low' hoase." sail Mr.
tf for It. Thi4I ,
K' reforms. He said' that neither of and the one woman member of j hiscompanyhadv Campl el.! "Iwcause the laves wily

:t :'*p.4.j',,',x. .. t'.. made the adjournment the old party lines were solid as of the school board no connection project beyond the walls such an M-
s : ,
of
'' I'J:!{ ,,-t", congresspossible yore and that the Socialists would poll Handbook of Child Labor. with the Standard usual distance that in appearance It
30.and H. Clay Pierce.
:i.rp May Roosevelt more than 1.000,000"otes this year. The 1908 "Handbook of Child Labor Oil Company will resemble these Jf'rryld..""*

r I i:;:: :... promptly President signed the Georgia Turns Against Smith. Legislation" has teen issued by thr of New Jersey or any other combination hats that the girls ar" wiring."
--
y: bill The filibuster Joseph M. Brown whom Governor :National Consumers league. It Is compiled in restraint of trade or In violation Sentence t
!:; by Josephine C. Coldmark and of the laws.of Texas. Judge Priestof A Twenty-year
\Joke Smith of Georgia removed from
.
..t.r bad been started the
r'.: lf'r : day before adjournment that his client would have tence imposed by But k!fen'* A rate* Salts,
other
.f '- by La Fol- was uomiiiatcd for governor of the the present status of child labor laws which carol me orblf't'otting piles just twwiryears
I lette and. despite state In the Democratic primary by a in the several states, reduced to convenient ways to delay extradition. Pierce has ago," writes O. S. Wuul vr, of LtHay
?* 1.E .. | the of his Republican majority estimated at 25.000 over form for reference. Copies! of been.staying: at New York on $20.000 chile X. Y. Barklrn' Arnica salve lteule.
anger ball the worst INdia, b .ms, MuuiM&a_was
pending the decision. sores
Smith after one of the hottest campaigns this handbook can b? had from th' offices
colleagues in the shortest time. 2oc. at lMolK"r Ihsg
6enator FoJ1ette. ne demanded a quorum the state has ever known. The of the league at lOTi East Twenty- Pirate Exporter In Honduras.F. Store.

and kept the senate In session all result Is regarded as a victory for the second street New York. It Is also! G, Cailey, former president of the --- ----
f z \ night breaking all talk records by railroad and liquor interests both of printed In connection with the May New York Export Shipping company. Coal Gas Substitute.

*'nolding the floor continuously over which were against Smith on accountof issue of the Annals! of the American who recently skipped from New Yorkon Dannert gas I Is the name given in

eighteen hours. In trying to head him his record in signing the prohibi- Academy of Political and Social Sci- the steamer Goldsboro, which he Germany to a new substitute for veal

off Vice President Fairbanks employed tion law and in regulation of the rail- ence. had purchased and loaded with $: 0.000 gas. It Is made from oil and coke and,

;. t the famous Reed rule of counting a roads. He had also stood for negro worth of stolen goods has been located while not unlike water gas, it Is much

s quorum when the Democrats. present dlsfrancblsement Watson was able to I L I In Honduras, where he managed to get cheaper: to produce.

y s refused to answer to the roil calL Also cause a defection In the farmer and MISCELLANEOUSt possession- of a country- estate, althougha -- ,- ---- -- --
steps were. taken to limit debate con- labor vote from Smith. general alarm had been sent out for

,,:. trary to tbe senate traditions.' Election Dates For Cuba. Chancellor Day Under Fire. his detention virtually as a pirate. Now AN OLD ADACE
p
+ The final official total of the ses- Governor Magoon has decreed Sept. Professor WilliamKent dean of the the American state department has

,'" sion's appropriations Is $1.0WJ.S04.SM. 1 'as the date for the municipal and College of Applied Sciences of Syracuse called! upon Honduras to extradite: SAYS_ .-!--.

Iowa Returns Allison Again. provincial elections In Cuba the officials university In a signed statement Bailey.
- that Chancellor "A light purse Is a heavy curse"
charges
*: United States Senator William D. Allison to be chosen being a governor Day has been Books at Cut Prices Legal.
the veteran Republican front and eight councilmen in each provinceand guilty of dishonest management of the The purpose of the American Publishers Sickness makes a light purse.

:i % Iowa who recently celebrated his sev- mayor and aldermen for the towns.. university and that his administrationcalls association to prevent booksellers The LIVER Is the seat of nine
This will be the of the end for rigid Investigation.: This Is the
beginning
t243' enty-nlnth birthday and completion of )) from cutting the prices fixed by tenths of all disease.
of American Intervention for the outcome of a bitter controversy, during
his In the presidential -
thirty-fifth senater.was
! year the association has been finally upset
e elections set for Dec. 1 which Day asked Kent to resign. Kent
chosen in the by are
again primary
party by the decision of the supreme court '
I and the inauguration Is set for Feb. 1. refused, but now the trustees have
Governor
about 10,000 majority over
June 1 in tbe test case brought byScribners
formally dismissed him T utt'sPillsgo
cs .i Cummins and all tbe stand pat candidates along with and olJbs- lerrlll against K.U. .
r Professor Cardullo of the
'tc were named. A notable change I same college.Jeff Mary & Co. of New York. The
EXECUTIVECondition I
In the delegation to congress is the defeat Davis Day In the South. court holds that the copyright law does

? : of Hull long chairman of the committee The one hundredth anniversary of not protect the publishers of a book in to the root of the whole mat
t
t t f .l on military affairs. of the Treasury. the birth of Jefferson Davis president tbe right to sell copies of it Tbe claim ter thoroughly, quickly safely

._ \ Maryland Democrats Divided. Tbe treasury statement for May of the Confederacy was celebrated was made that the cut price sellers and restore the action of the

: The Democratic state convention at shows a deficit of $11.9 i8.901 as compared throughout the south June 3, and at were guilty of "contributory Infringe LIVER to normal condition.
Baltimore voted down resolutions instructing with a surplus In May 1907. of Richmond a monument to his memoryby ment" by inducing publishers to violate
t delegates for Bryan at Denver $9ai3.212.- For the eleven months of the south was turned over to the the rule of the association. This was Give tone to the system and

+ although a strong faction of the the fiscal year: the deficit amounts to city. denied by the court solid flesh to the body.

convention demanded such a course. $G3.003.GOi The National City bank Cornell Athletes Lead. .
f tr .
t circular anticipates a deficit for the In the Teke No Substitute.
Democratic Split In Idaho. intercollegiate games at Philadelphia
Amid fierce wrangles two different year of $;: ,OOOOOO. or the largest in the Cornell track team ranked RELIGIOUSThe I
any one year since the civil war. first. Pennsylvania second Yale third
conventions were carried on in the same ,
I i hall at Twin "Falls where the Democrats Evans on Our Naval Defects. and Harvard fourth. Christian Socialist Convention.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
of Idaho assembled and two full The report of Rear Admiral Evans Deaths. The national convention of the Chris-

'" '_; delegations were elected to go to Den oa the condition of the fleet has now Former United States Senator James tlou Socialist Fellowship at N;" '"- V.1 ri; FLORIDA TIMES. UNION

ver. The Mormon faction was In the been published us a senate documentIt K. Jones of Arkansas died at his ended with a big Sunday a. .%-r..ou.i
I f' saddle but their opponents. led by ex- confirms In all essentials the ITti Washington home June 1. He was the mass: meeting at Carnegie hall over The Great State Paper

I r a Senator Dnbols. refused to submIt. cisms passed by Henry Reuterdahl in manager of the two Bryan campaigns.Sir which Edwin Markham presidedifarkham Three DULY AND SUNDAY n MONTH
Mouths.5tao
f .' -* a Strange Oregon Situation. his: magazine article. lie wants the Robert G. Reid the noted bridge reed an original |P'>eni for TweUe Months.six KOu: (Youths ties

.. :3\ In Oregon the remarkable political decks higher out of the water and the and railroad builder of Canada. known the occasion on the subject: of "llrutb- The Semi-Weekly -Unlorand
.,. outcome of the new initiative and referendum armor belt wider A new design of as the benefactor of :Newfoundland erhocd"and submitted a letter it: :..
: i;:' laws is the nomination of a conning tower is recommend The died! at Montreal June 3. Bishop Spalding of Utah president of The Farmer and Fruit Grosser

!: Democrat, Governor Chamberlain, for ammunition heists are too slow The General Sir Redvere Buller, the Brit- the fellowship in which be uazue*! the voted Friday to Agricultural Issue of the and Semi Citrus,Weekly FrulU..Lisa ck-

r. .:1$ the United States: senate and the election naval board stands pat on the width ib soldier prominent! In the Boer ,,'sr. .,.. he working: Has.-! loct. etc. The two papers for SI OD perJNr

: ... of a Republican legislature each of the armor and the height of free I died in London June 2. i*.,., ,, .x nut to lie uVit-M: "'i: Malt us your autecrtptloa

v.5 member of which is pledged to abide I board. I /&i: ,. \ into surrendering. : Florida Times-Union,Ja cksooiille Fir I

. :r, by the primaries In voting for a senator New Gunnery Records. I LEGAL-CRIMINAL .&..&; *$?*& their I"*I. :un a.' t..
I IcNihol ., :;;; ,
: :- Chamberlains majority over his Official records of the target practice "\ class (cousoiisr.:

c<, :1 Republican opponent Is about 1.000. !>y the fleet while at Magdalena bay ., .t'. ...... ..,... He added that! the
r..u I ': -:. He has been twice elected! governor. show that the perx-witace of hits has Held For Libel. \ : ,: ; American w ,rkrg

': tee. Roosevelt Checks Stampede. doubled: in rite years and the rapidityof State Senator Janes I*. McNichol. xe man ceased to U-

l :. .\ Again the third term snake has been firing ;greatly Increased. In the battleship better known as the boss of the Philadelphia class conscious on'eery DIARRHOEAThere
' class the Maryland was the machine bd! 4l slight p1'nt ,
. 8 scotched this time lu West Virginia. : : Republican was tr trn
e winner of the the in for 111 *! t lion w ben be j; > a
I r.! i When it bevauie uolsed that an effort trophy Albany on the charge made by Max .J !i8

" .' ; -1 would lie made to t.uu"t.'lle the state the cruiser class the Wilmington; in Kaufuiauu. Irhatt' secretary to Mayor ,. ,S.r'! little uione> -.r a is no need of anyone suffering -
' the gunboat class and the Perry in the Key burn, account of tbe little sa"in.. rwogaition.
;:. i. '. Republican: convention for the president on public long with this disease. for t.,
.: r -i a letter was sent: from the White torpedo boat class. statement' made by McNichol that It" I< lie thought It effect a quick cure u is only necessary -
<+ House to one of the state leaders saying had paid SI0.')te) to Kaufiuann: in I':**;: t the mission oi' rhris. to take a few doses ofChamberlain's

; rsSj i "'' that "uo friend of mine will continue for the purpose of bribing the Law and Edwin Markham. ln Socialism to
.,f: :- : ..1 > efforts to nominate the president I SOCIOLOGICALDoctors 1 Order society to discredit the reform prepare men to |lay
aide their
selfish material interestswhen
"-. r.t TbU Is said to have been effective efforts of h'f'orYt. >It\"pr.
the /perative rornmounealtuis Colic Cholera
r xr ::: : '" J iu checking the movement. Discuss Industrialism.The Confessed Gunncss Accomplice. ushereti in. Till: Ilev. John I>. Lung and

: Tbe letter was" not made public how effects' !: of the present day tendency State .\ttom"y Smith at Ijporte. said that i?t(> ministers of various denominations Diarrhoea

;.,ii'1; j., ever. of women to enter Into economic Ind.. has received from Vercon. Tex.. in all parts of the country remedy

; Did Ryan Aid Bryan competition with men came up for an the written confession made in jail at had signed i a manifesto: to the churchesHe In fact In most case one dose ia

I! 1 t. ,:; "J. The lttest'ard played by tbe conKervative. airing before the Chicago meeting of the latter place! by Julius G. Truelsou.I held that Christian Socialism Is sufficient It never UZi and can be

' ,Z \ ,; or anti-Bryan, faction of the the American Academy of Medicine. Jr., alias Jonathan G. thaw, bvfore a neither a new kind of Christianity cora relied upon in the most severe and

r ", .., : ; .' Democrats is the statement publishedfirst Several of the male physicians deplored Judge, declaring himself to have teen new kind of socialism! but Is: only uable dangerous cases It is equally val
.' '' for children
.>-. :I : a. In the New York World that the fact that "too many womenun an accomplice Iu tbe murders committed the effort to apply the teachings of of saving the lives and of is the means I
,- :' Thomas F. Ryan contributed $:.'0,000 exed themselves by forsaking home by Mrs. Belle Uunness and nay Jesus to the ordinary affairs of life. each year many ChiUren !

' j' .'; .' :" .- to the Nebraska compaign fund In 1904 life for work In shops, stores and factories. Lamphere at the Laporte farm how With this spirit It seeks to permeate In the world's history no medicine !

!- ?# ? 1" when Bryan was running for senator ." and one said that the lack of of Mrs. Cannes', mentioning the the churches. Dr. Long had been asked: has ever met with greater success. I

ti\ ', .tJ{, It was asserted that this money was servants and housewives was disrup- names and dates of sir of the murders by the local papers what he and his! I
f.:' : ,J'!! !;:? paid to Bryan's brotaer-In-Iaw. Allen ing society. A woman doctor HelenC. including that of Helgeleiu last January PRICE 25c. LARGE SIZE 50c. I II

E' .. f ? and the_latter. admits, _that some. money Putnam of Providence, came, out the discovery of whose body in Continued oa page 7 I
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