The Florida star ( June 19, 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 19, 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:
UF00075901:00289

Related Items

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

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TITUSVTTr.T., FLA., FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1908


NO.9


Xot of Oq ssOlq eS Xlozi, Rqt fo tsle qoo4 of Oteles 'Also.


OF THE

Sr TBSf Ir WEEK

':it tor PhMalalug to BEmt
T'MsMhi klMt Ton
The largest asortment of Hansen
gwes will be found at Branning's.
'Mr. W M. Brown, of Miami, stop-
ped ff here Saturday on his return
rome from a trip to Jacksonville.
Mr. H. Faust and family left Wed-
anriay for New York, but will prob-
ably return to Indian river before
the winter mts in.
Mr, R. E. Daniel, of Topsail, N. C.,
wa here this week ona visit to his
brother, Dr. J. S. Daniel, and also
an legal hdwiVn
Mr. CarlC. Curtiss came down
from Palatka Monday and spent a
emuple of days with Mrs. Curtiss and
.Louse, returning Wenewsiy.
The Banner Drug Store will cele-
brate their frat anniversary tomor-
row. A new drink will be in oduced
at thefountain called Cherry Bon-

Capt. A. Quarterman, keeper of
Cmstar Shoals house of refuge, was
ver Tuesday for the purpose of se-
curing a shipment of lumber and
ahagls for repairs to the station.
J. D. EMis towed same over on a
lighter with his launch Wednesday
Dr..W. E. V-Int,-i~lrwn, of Fort
Piee,.was in Titusville Wednesday
for te purpose of making the sale
et tha Vausadingham property, id
Noth TIturille, to Mrs. J. R. Walk-
er, am~ l at spent a few hours at
Mira before leaving for his home
that night. TmH SrAR receive a
plement call from the doctor.
Mrs. A. Scrimgeour started
Wednmedy for California, where she
will spend some time with a friend
virgin Redlands. Mrs. Scrimgeour
~ls-been resident of our town for
the past twenty years, during which
he was ptmistes for the unex-
pired term of her hushmed The
best wishes of her numerous rTitus-
vile friends go with her to the Pa-
dfie coast.
Upon his arrival in New York on
the way with his family to spend the
summer at Wakeield, R. I., Mr. F. T.
BIdge received a telegram announe-
ing the serious illnessof his father
at Urbana, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.
Budge proceeded at once to Ohio
while the others of the family went
en to Rhode Island. Mr. Budge died
Monday. He was 71 years of age
and was well known in Titusville and
other points along the east coast and
leaves many friends who regret his
death. The funeral and interment
will take place at Urbana.
Daniels Vs. Massey
The case of R. E Daniel vs. C. T.
and Geo. Massey, unlawful detainer,
before county judge to recover prop-
erty of Palmhurst hotel, was tried
on the 17th and resulted in a verdict
for the plaintiff. Messrs. D. L.
Gaulden and Cary D. Landis, of De-
Land, represented the plaintiff and
Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford, the
defendant The case was tried by a
jury of the following persons: W. S:
Norwood, J. M. Osban, A. A. Bethea.
Rod Smith, S. E. Rice. Jr., J. C. Men-
del.
Fine Monday Offetsiu, 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.
trnks and dress suit cases at spec-
ial prices.
JULUS KLINE,
Titusville Fla.
Orange sad Grapefruit Trees


Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hikor LIhammonk Free from white
y.Oe year tb two year old buds.
Prices from 5 to 56 cent. Careful-
ly packed and deliver at Oak Hil
attion. J. W. GaipFss,
Shiloh, Fla.


Q(een Qulity Oxfords LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

Public demand cannot be bribed. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1908.
It is not influenced by friendship. It l White lawn, 40 inches widesheer S aethi A the Pepl of t1o-
cares nothing gfe flattery. Itcannot il a bhl Ab0M t MidPlle t and fine, special 15 cents per yard.
be coerced or bullied. It demands i TaVll dIn 81 ThM I French lawn, excellent for dresses 'ila U Tfhey Ce aul Go
value and bys accordingly. The and shirtwaists, soft finish, worth 35
bigger value, the bigger purchases. Dr Miller, Dentist, itsville. ecial, 1 cents. See price on lumber, page 8.
Th "'Queen Quality" shoes Sohnbyerseepi cents, MondK's special, 19 cents.
e fat that "Queen Quality" shoes Second hand bicycle for sale cheap. Dotted swiss, worth 20 cents, spec- EAST CoAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
oldvesthe word's record for sales Inquire at THE STA office. al 1 cents per yard. Mrs. Thomas and Miss Nichols, of
proves that no other shoes give such Also imported dotted swiss, dots
value. We ae sole agents for this Mr. Lloyd Peacock has purchased nice and even, worth 40 cents, Mon- City Point, were in town Tuesday.
celebrated make. Mail orders a the Heath grocery building and ex- day. 25 cents per yard. Still another shipment of boy's
specialty. iects to use same for a residence White nainsooks in checks and knickerboeker trousers just arived
WINSTON S. BRANNING shortly, stripes, very stylish for shirt waists! a t ss
and dresses, worth 35 and 40 cents at Branning's.
Up- to Dat Clothing Hose Mrs. W. N. Hendry and grand- per yard, Monday only, 25 cents per Contractor P. J. Hall is erecting a
Tituville, Florida. daughter, Miss Laura Penney, ar- yard. very neat fence around the home of
Srived Monday from Fort Pierce Figured lawns, worth 20 and 25 Capt. Jas. Pritchard this week.
Postoffice for Allenhurst and are visiting relatives here. cents per yard, special 12M cents.
Unbleached sheeting 10-4s, Pep- Mr. L.C. Branning, station agent
We understand that a petition After an absence of about five perell mills, best in the land, special of the F. E. C. R'y at Miami, wa i
will, within a short time, be sent to weeks spent in Jacksonville and other 28 cents per yard. town Wednesday on a brief visit to
the postoffice department at Wash- parts of the state, Mr. C. T. Masse Amoskeag apron cheeks, M guaran. W. S.
inrgton kring that postofice be rteed fast colors, 12 yards for $1J0 his brother, Mr. W. S. Brmumi.
ington asking that a postofice be returned the latter part of last week. White bedspreads, fullsize, mar- There wasan important mating
established at Allenhurst, which will White full size, mar- There was an important meeting
psblimoshdt oAllenhust, which wll Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall and sellaise patterns worth $2.00, special of the board of directors of the Ia-
suppy most of the pe e of tt daughter, little Miss Willard; Mr. 149an River Hotel held Me
section, Clifton potoffice being al- and Mrs. B. A. Warbinton and Mas- Chiffon panama, in navy blue and dian River hotel company he M -
most two miles northwest of the and Mrs. B. A. Warinton a-and Ma- black, makes excellent skirts, 38 in- day night at the law office of Mr.
al makes it inconvenient to those er Harry spent the day Sunday on a ches wide, worth 75 cents Monday G. M. Robbins.
pleasant trip to Cocoa and Rockledge, only, 50 cents per yard. Mr. J. D. Ennis carried his family,
living at the canal to get their mail. W te cambric, specially good for
We call attention to the new ad- down by carriage in the morn- Whte cambric, specially good for Mr. Cowart and family, Mr. Sin-
vertisement of the Indian River con- ing ad returning in the afternoon, underwear, 10 yards for $1.0.
SChildren's and misses hose, fine mons and wife, Mr. J. L Mobley
pany, of Allenhurst (Haulover canal) The Miami Metropolis of Tuesday ribbed, worth 25 cents, special 15 little Miss Maud Renakerand Mrs
on page 8. A store of this kind has says that Mrs. Walter Graham, who cents per pair. Mandavilleand daughter to the o-ean
been needed at that place for som left last Saturday night, accompany- Ladies' patent leatheroxfods, beach at r Shoals house
time and Cmmodore Allen has filled toe, pump or Goodyear welt e a he al e re
the long felt want. ing Mr. and Mrs. Iver Lowe as far special uge Sunday in the mail launch, re-
sole, special $2.49. uge Sunday in the mail49.unchre-
as New York via Clyde line from Ladies' white sailors, large brim, turning Monday. Turtle eggs, how-
Artesian Well Down 70M Feet Jacksonville, will spend the summer special 96 cents. ever, were missing on this trip.
It is reported that the artesian well in Philadelphia with her sister, Mrs. Linen toweling, good quality, 10
which is being sunk for the F. E. C. Wm. Summer. cents per yard. Mr. Frank Sams, of Courtenay,
whic is b sunk for te F E C S Ladies' trimmed hats at less than went to St. Augustine Wednesday to
Railway company, on Key Vacas, in Mr. F. S. Battle has his new resi- cost. attend the commencement exereues
an effort to secure a supply of water dence completed and expects to move Mail orders promptly filled on any of St. Joseph's academy, from which
at that point is now down to a depth into the same the first of the coming of the above goods. his sister, Miss Fannie Sams, gradu-
^ ism *4. .. -e .t h.a --..a.. ... .. w M 7% ... Juuus KLINE. Titusville. ated this term. Mr. Sams was thor-


vo aweev, S out as yet res X Water
has not been struck. It is believed,
however, that fresh water can be ob-
tained in the keys by artesian wells
and the company will continue its ef-
forts in that direction until water
has been secured or it becomes satis-
fied of the uselessness of the project.
Motor Boat Races


wee-. s i s Ucou m a 1ne a!Inn p-
pearance both externally and on the
interior, the latter being finished in
Florida selected pine ceiling with
hard oil finish. The building has
eight large airy rooms and bath and
is well arranged throughout. We
understand that Mrs. Kate Myers
will acquire the Duren cottage, as
soon as vacated by Mr. Battle, to be


The following races for motor boats used as an annex for Myers Cottage.
have been arranged for the Fourth
of July celebration at Titusville: Miss Conkling's Song Recital
Class A-speed boats of 12 miles
and over, to be raced according to The song recital given at the opera
time handed in, and if they exceed house last night by Miss Lena Conk-
such time, to be penalized double. ling, of Tillman, was well attended
There will be first and secondprizes, and she distinguished herself at her
Course 9 miles, first appearance before an audience
Class B-Motor boats of speed 8 to in Titusville. With a soprano voice
12 miles per hour. Boats in this of great range, reaching from high
elm will start from an anhor with C down well into thecontralto range,
engine not in motion, anchor to be
raised and engine started at signal possessing a fullness, power and
fromagun. st and second prizes, sweetness that is exceptionally fine,
consisting of b-nmdone silver cups. it is readily perceptible that she has
Course 6 miles. possibilities of a great future as a re-
Class C-Motor boats of speed not owned singer, which she should and
exceeding 8 miles per hour, Boatsow anger, which she should and
in this class will also start from an fully intends to press to a successful
anchor with engine not in motion, culmination.
anchor to be raised and engine to be Her recent study has been at Stet-
started at signal from a gun. Six son. This she expects to follow up
cash prizes-$8, $5, $4, $3. $2 and $1. with another course this year and
course 6 miles.ith another course this year and
Class C starts at 9:30 a. m. take up voice culture in some north-
Class B starts at 10:30 a. m. ern conservatory afterward.
Class A starts at 11:30 a. m. It seems to be the general verdict
Boats must be entered in such t seems to the ener verdict
events as correspond with their best that Miss Conklingis the best so-
speed. prano that has been heard in the Ti-
Entries to be made to Cor. J. tusville opera house and this isa high
Lorillard, Jr., Titusville, Fla.. up to honor for her.
July 2nd inclusive.
July 2nd inclusive In her recital she was aided by
Entries are free and all mnotor boat
men are cordially invited to enter Mrs. T. B. Wilson, who gave two
their boats in these events, humoresque recitations which were
-- heartily appreciated. A dance fol-
Slacked Lime for Sale lowed the recital.
We have a carload of slacked lime The affair was given under the
at Cocoa and acar at Eau Gallie. auspices of the V. I. A. and one-
Write us for prices, stating quantity third of the proceeds of $33.90 went
wanted.
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. into the fund of that association.
Launch For Sale
Have You Been Waiting for This? aunch For Sale
Banana river mail boat for sale.
I want to go to Colorado for a cou- Apply with postage stamp for answer
Sof moens n to C. F. Fischer, Titusville, Fla.
Toget expense money I will do ......
your dental work for a ridiculously Saloons Must Go
low price. Some of the more ex-Saloons Must Go
pensive work, such as gold crowns And with them the appetite for
and enamel filling, you can get for drink. If you, your relative or friend
one-half the usual price. wishes to be rid of drink or drug
You must come within the next; habit, write at once for confidential
two weeks and you must bring the- information to the branch of the orig-
cash. Make your appointments so inal Keeley Cure. Address,
there will be no disappointment. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE.
Da. MILLER, Dentist. Jacksonville, Fla.


Church Notes
Rev. J. B. Hawk, Ph. D. will
preach and conduct divine worship
at Georgiana Sunday, June 21, at 11
a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. All willbe
welcome.
Dean Robottom will officiate in
Melbourne on Sunday, June 21, at 11
a. m. and in Eau Gallie at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach next
Sunday at LaGrange at 11 a. m. and
at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
The pastor will preach in Titus-
ville Methodist church Sunday a. m.
at 11 and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
every Sunday at 3 p. m. and prayer-
meeting every Wednesday at 7:30
p. m.


roughly drenched in the shower which
came up at noon that day, which
caught him while walking up the
county road several miles below
town. This tramp was occasioned
by a break down of the motor in De-
voe Sams' boat, in which he was com-
ing to town, delaying the schooner
so that he had to walk several miles
to catch the train.
Millinery wire, flowers, 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.
CHAS. A. GARDN* 'Phone 342
Miss Fannie Sams Graduates
Miss Fannie Sams, of Courtenay,
had the distinguished honor of de-


livering the valedictory at the com-
Colored Baseball Nines mencement exercises of St. Joseph's
The colored baseball club of Cocoa academy, St. Augustine, at Genovar
came to Titusville Saturday to playtheatreWednesy evening The
a match game with the colored nine theatre ednes even
here. The game started off in favor address was entitled "Our Barks are
of Titusville in the first inning, but Launched, but Whither Lies the
after that the Cocoa boys got right Shore."
down to business and had it their I
own way. After playing several it:i Wants Transfer of Case
nings and with the score standing 10 In the United States court at Jack-
to 4 in their favor the Cocoa captain s l . w
objected to a decision of Umpire sonville last riday Mr. W.M. Brown
Smith on a play to third base and of Miami, appeared and argued in
retired from the field and left irn- his own behalf a motion to transfer
mediately for home. The base um- the case now pending against him.
pire sustained the contention of the alleging criminal acts his maage-
Cocoa nine, so there is where trouble his
.comes in by having two umpires. ment of the Fort )allas National
The Cocoa boys should have been bank. At the c ncluzion of Mr.
magnanimous and accepted the de- Brown's argument Judge Locke took
cision of Umpire Smith, as they had the matter under advisement.
so much the better of the game they
could afford to be liberal. New Adding Machine For Bank
The Country's Mainstay Indian Riv-r State bank received a
From the New York hacker. fine new Burrougi. aldiing machine
SFlorida apparently has the ability this week, whiuh proving a great
to occupy a prominent position in time .saver in the ,wprati,,.n, of the
the country's markets all of the time. banking forct. ('ai t'ritchard,. res-
With her attractive offerings of pine- ident of the bar:k. *-al.-d TH1I: STAKc
apples, oranges, grapefruit, ceitry, editor in and v.. him the work-
tomatoes, potatoes, melons, not to
mention the countless array of smal- ings of this wonderful machine.
ler fruits and vegetables, Florida is There is nothing lacking in the way
certainly one of the country's main- of banking facilities that the old and
stays as a source of supply for good staid Indian Rivtr State does not
things to eat. provide itself with. It is estimated


For Sale Cheap For Cash
About 88 acres of good high land on
the east or ocean sideof the Idian river
at the Narrows, described as follows:
Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec-
tion 36. in township 31 south, range 39
east. This land is unimproved but fine-
ly located For further particulars ad-
dress E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.


that this machine will pay for itself
in -ix months as a time saver and it
costs several hundred dollars.
Bargains in Trees
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds,
Marsh seedless and Standard, 30
cenus each, $25.00 per 100.
J. B. BEACH.
West Palm Beach, Fla.


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tpe the prduhch rltich re mnI a d eo-
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the InJection of water into the pipe
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that the ecopnerted nte o al se-
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to mak d e it transportation throg I



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Tiphe te costsay tried arpruse aP-


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gieer Isaas tasked him to wait for
time nd givthe shim an opportunity to
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study the matter carefutly with a views
tin of the oil for r n ry wasso great






to sthe expens to e of niotimategy sa

itive. LoatAo of ulty adn e use ofis
the Pokerw, cld product, the pipe ne



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joyring this port he chanced to look
Ituh the heat rrel s oT thaas found


nraote the oil a the b ter. adls te re

for its beit a:. rid lasohe the cost


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to mped i:to su lnore it wuld n ro-
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trpouride the brrel of his tun. oe
eeuit the re. Thisure and thi e reaone

effect w.i' nt ke the re eonst;
u tio n fil b if v-tr trn the pioia


ar.n rre oil. enwl out to order. The
Sadonment of :vottt-r e riac t woe En:
tmke it oile for the opportune oil to
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When tive l that wheas thehown to Mr
pumped i:to such a tore it would pro-
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Harri:tite the sIuplie lityne and p woel to
kee it thisere This e chauiled. to ieoo
a thin fil the arter etwe- of g the pipe






noied the ordtie.r.e in the a ter. Tiasol
eor I ;s bei :tr -A le:a pip ta used to
an:ikd h.v l .to.i mle of the rde oil.
tit so the pie: u -and: istede Its bApr

the plant was shown to Mr
H'arrimun its s tupllcity appaled cito
him. 'nd he ordered an appnroprriaioi,
watiit iL'nlt to carry on a leriva of tx-
lieri;.ui( :1s A le.dl Inipa sit 135used to
st elnen:iae I;':- :ne :us~t'! of friction
caused by theita' qas of the oil. Theiin
ihe* tame p : w1 '4S twihtd ly haud.


:tnd it v ;is foiutndl that the water had a
whirlin !, uioLion v. e-n forced into it
This p:-(;ved the timun n'.-s of the prin-
,-fple and led to larger experiments. A
standard pipe line one and one-half
miles long was then built at Oakland.
and the bore was rtbe by the in-zr-
lon of helical wires. The first experi-
ments through this ,.i*0e s h..b.ed thal


I ws pesib ie to t-I- .mnoy
tim as amount ht CN be he
-g the plai tab& Other ezpa-
mets showed that the best re-its
were obtained we n 10 per cet of wa-
ter was Injected.l
Finally a rfled pipe line was co-
atracted between Delano and Volcano.
a distance of thirty-one es. The pipe
is eisht inches in diameter. weighs
22.8 pound to the foot and is listed
for a presre of 1200 pounds to the
square Inch. With an Initial presasre
af 800 pounds to the square tnch the
ttae i capable of a-pAU1.4 14,000
arrels of e ant every twenty-for


triking Neelace Noverty.
The reverse cltch necklace appar-
ently 1i to be the leading summer nov-
elty rt jewelry. Already It has been
se Ina society as well as on the stage.
Whether it Is artistic depends on Indi-
vtdal fancy. Startling t certainly i.
for tt makes it dlficult to determine
-whether the wearers progress pro-
emanl or recessio&al, says the New
York Press. There is nothing ot of
the ordinary abet the necklace except
hat It Is reversed so that the pendant
hangs behind tIntead of In frot. Worn
ever a street frock It ast so astound-
Ing but with evealng dress it is likly
to make *the beholder go through the
traditional ceremony of rubbing his
eyes. The pendant, with a low cut
gown. falls, between the shoulder
blades Whatever Its character, wheth-
er plain gold or a Jewel, it is consplcu-
sagainst the white backgrod. If.
as ocrmutoelly is the case, It blazes
I with gems, t eatbaes the eye across a
ballroom.
tmestead Eftry e Graveyard.
R. F. Wilson of Bagg. Col.. will
Ale on a piece of ground on which to
oew located the Baggs cemetery. The
land belongs to the government. WU-
son will as soon as e acquires title to
the land tara It over to tie city. This
will be the first time on record. It is
sad. whem a man omesteeded a
1paveyamdL

PROPAGATION OF MUSSELS.
Net o Add to Food Supply, hut For It

The United States government is go-
ng into the business of propagating
that hitherto useless member of the
family of bivalves, the mussel. The
mussel is not to be multiplied to pro-
duce an addition to the food supply of
the country. but it is to be cultivated
for its shelL During the last year
Commissioner of Fisheries Bowers
nays that $5.000.u00 worth Of fancy
buttons have been wade from mussel
shells. and the supply on account of
this and on account of pearl hunters
is getting scarce and propagation work
is necessary
Experiments by the fish commission
bave shown that the mussels can be
,iro)aga:tc hatchery and pouds can be constructed
without great expense. Congress ap-
iropriated "L5.000 for the purpose of a
hatchery. and its erection will be -
gun soon after July 1. when the money
will be available.
It Is Commissioner Bowers' intention
to have a main hatchery and two
branches, and the act requires them
to be located somewhere in the Missis-
sippi river valley. It is the ,resent in-
tention to erect the main hatchery and
ponds near- Muscatline or Davenport.
la.. and a branch at Lacrosse. Wis..
and another at Wiuona. M1inn Fruo
these three plla es the Misissi.sipi and
other rivers will be sulllied ,with
young mussels to grow for manufactur-
ing into "pearl" and other fancy ,but-
tons.
More Daylight In Canada.
Something like i rea'izaltion of Mr
Will!ett's *"'more daylight" schm-nle h b;
lee(n achieved by th cibtiz *.ns of Fost
William nnd Port Arthur. twin Cu;a
diau towns on :1w wes-tern shore .:'
I.:lke Su;;,cri .r. For Ipurposes of ti:ii *
i';: ;'*wla i- ':..i !'r into five so-' *'"**n
e.>clh .e'tI.,nz hl:vi\'i ;l : imt e one hIour i::
;!advaiice of its wes.te*rn or onie hInur ic.
,idll it< q-:.<.iw.rl l *'t.o hMuwtr. The-c Ie'.
to:wins h:ia'.\ hit:,:arO formed the e\
trenle eastern limit of the se'~ti.n
kn'ov.'i a't ".'o:it;:i!." blt in resi-;'ni to I
a :tarrel!y siZ ia..,i pOtilton lth: citVy *n '":.
,'I. ln:i've : !"'.'tl to I.'io r* th. ex',ri :.i
western !iimit ,,f tihe ".-:i-terni," .--c ,,,.
Thli init-atnl that i!:e inhaliHtants v. li
rise--assuiiln i> that thy C'lnillini tI,,i


r!-e at tle saime b,%atr *f !he c -ncw- ..
hour ieamr .r i'.' iTh,-Y wiRl sv!.''b
ish their tia-:ki *'ae h tia;m fimrrher :.a -
from the smr-.a :A Itlau4-. It~aia it,
'*-T':i hotr or ala %!iLhbt leisvire. The
th:itnw.. etc-w inato iffe'ot (D May 1 anl-

gore Nipples
Any nv:stln.-r 'i. ..ht- as lv.l *;ua it. t*.% tli
this dintr.,,.%itn :lFiiust willl 1... i.1 t.,
know that a vir'- rayb he .-fiV..t#-d .I.'. .6s;1.;inci
C'hannlwrlairns SAlvt-e .01-. -A14-1 1; t l-01 lil'l j
donle nuraian.. Wipe it 41f T'ith a i*a f tfci.th
1wtfcore alleowiiuz tlhr- ialw t.. za nw. M, 31ian'
tainDel nurse Ut-A this ,alv % ith ht--; rv-aaIth.
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ELKS FOR POUCE DUTY.

plemmb MeM Tels of Their Value is
uvred g seek From Welves.
Vers Bailey of the Ultsed States
bureau ao bilogical Trvey declares
wolves and oyots cost the farmers
ad stock raisers of the United States
several million dollars a year and In
sme of the northern states threaten
the extermination of deer. Wolves, it
appears, are especially nnmeres and
destructive in Wyomng. although
may are there killed and their scalps
presented tf bounty.
It has been learned In -'Worimm
however, that the pr,-,ntat"mt of cy-
ote scalps is not conclusive evidence
that the animals from which they wer
taken lived, moved and had their be-
tag within the confines of the state.
An Interesting statement made by
Mr. Bailey is that elks are great nat-
ral enemies of wolves, and be dwells
upon this as of "great practical sig-
nifiance" for its bearing upon the pro-
tection of stock from the ravenous
beasts. He quotes with unqualified
approval, says the Sacramento Bee.
these words from George W. Russ of
Eureka Springs. Ark.:
"An elk Is the natural enemy of
dogs and wolves. We suffered great
loses to our sock until we learned
this fact. Since then we have had no
keses from this cause. A few elks in
a thousand acre pasture will absolute-
ly protect the focks therein. Our own
dogs are so well aware of the danger
in our elk park that they cannot be
induced to enter it."
So Mr. Bailey suggests "an important
use for this noblest 9f our game anl-
mals," meaning the breeding and do
mesticatkon of elks to do police duty on
pastures and ranges. And be says elk
breeding Is "an assured success and
promises profitable returns."
Apparently anxious to save himself
trom the charge of nature faking and
also to show familiarity with the high-
est authorities on the life history of
the coyote and elk. the same oiial
remarks that it seems doubtful if the
enmity of the elk for coyotes extends
outside of pastures, as he had found
coyote tracks common among elk herds
in the Wind River mountains. And he
quotes from one of President Roose-
velt's books a statement credited to
"an American hunter." who aid he
had seen a coyote walking unnoticed
among a band of elks In the tellow-
stone park.
Whatever the truth of the matter
may be regarding the enmity of elks
for wolves and coyotes, the suggestion
regarding the breeding of elks may be
worth heeding by California stockmen
if It be indeed an "assured success."

MODERN YANKEE DOODLE.
Revolt of Woman's Trades Union Mem-
bers Against Man's Tysnny.
A feminine Yankee Doodle is in the
saddle. Having revolted from the tyr-
anny of "tbe Yankee dude." she gives
notice that from now on she means to
"ride a pony, stick a feather in her
cap and dine on macaroni."
This is the ultimatum of twenty-five
fair members of the Chicago Woman's
Trades Union league chorus in their
new song, entitled "The Modern Yan-
kee Doodle."
At the request of Miss Mary Mo.
Dowell. who launched the chorus a
few weeks ago. two new songs have
been written for the league by Miss
Gertrude arnum of Chicago. These
are now in rehearsal and will be sung
at the annl'al c-,,jnvention of the Wo-
man's Trades Unkn league in New
York city in September. says the Chi-
cago Tribune. Here ia the first. which
should satisfy even the huffragette:
A MODERN YANKEE LI-ODILE.
Yankee men they" had their way
And th'ught !t flr.. and d Locked t'te ,nm-n i;i alI day
And st'>pped th'ir ,-ri.s wtlih c.:n.l
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;; ) nones; OF THE Queen Quality Oxfords' LATEST NEWS Special Sale at Kline's;, LOCAL GOSSIP } h

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: : '5 PRESENT WEEK $2.50 $3.00 $350 ANDJNCWTSi I ir Bargains la Every Department I AND PERSONALSSomething 4

Public demand cannot be bribed. I MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1908. j

'::' .O" Pungent Soles Pertaining to EventsTranspiring It is not influenced by friendship. It Personal Paragraphs About People that White lawn, 40 inches wide, sheer About the People of Titus-
.,. cares nothing foT flattery. It cannot i and fine, special 15 cents per yard. j 1 r
About Town I be coerced or bullied. It demands Travel Here and There j French lawn, excellent for dresses i! yule as They Come and Go b r f-

I value and buys accordingly. The .I and shirtwaists, soft finish, worth 35 I
The largest assortment of Hansen bigger value, the bigger purchases.The Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville. i cents, Monday's special, 19 cents. j j See price on lumber, page 8. fEAsT

gloves will be found at Branning's. fact that "Queen Quality"shoes Second hand bicycle for sale cheap. | Dotted swiss, worth 20 cents,special -: COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. -

c "Mr. W. M. Brown, of Miami, stop- hold proves the that world's no other record shoes give for sales such Inquire at THE STAR office. j, Also 15 cents imported per :yard.dotted swiss, dots I,| :Mrs. Thomas and Miss Nichols, of l'

ped off here Saturday on his return value. We are sole agents for this Mr. Lloyd Peacock has purchasedthe I nice and even, worth 40 cents, Monday ; City Point, were in town Tuesday. J '

home from a trip to Jacksonville.Mr. I celebrated make. Mail orders a Heath grocery' building and expects 25 cents per yard. I j Still another shipment of boy's i a

H. Faust and family left Wednesday specialty. to use same for a residence White nainsooks in checks and knickerbocker trousers just arrived .. }

for New York, but will probably WINSTON S. BRANNING shortly stripes, very stylish for shirt waists!I I at Branning's. p ,
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I and dresses, worth 35 and 40 cents }
return to Indian river before Up-to-Date Clothing House I' Mrs. W. N. Hendry and granddaughter per :yard, :Monday only, 25. cents per I Contractor P. J. Hall is erecting avery .
-- the winter sets in. Titusville Florida. :
Miss Laura Penney, arrived yard. neat fence around the home of '

Mr, R. E. Daniel,of Topsail, N. C., I - -- Monday from Fort Pierce Figured lawns, worth 20 and 25 I Capt. Jas. Pritchard this week.
Postoffice for AllenhurstWe cents per yard, special 122 cents.
Was here this week on a visit to his and are visiting relatives here.
Unbleached sheeting 10-4s, Pep- Mr. L. C. Branning, station agentof
brother, Dr. J. S. Daniel, and also understand that a petitionwill After absence of about five
an >erell mills, best in the land, special the F. E. C. R'y at Miami, was in
on legal business.Mr. within a short time, be sent to weeks spent in Jacksonville and other 28 cents per yard. town Wednesday on a brief visit to :

Carl C. Curtiss came down the postoffice department Washington parts of the state, Mr. C. T. Massey Amoskeag apron checks, guaranteed his brother, Mr. W. S. Branning. k
fast colors 12 yards for $1.00.
from Palatka Monday and spent a asking that a postoffice be returned the latter part of last week. ,
White bedspreads, full size, mar- There }
was an important meeting
established at Allenhurst, which will
couple of days with Mrs. Curtiss and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall and sellaise patterns worth $2.00, special of the board of directors of the In-
supply most of the people of that
Louise, returning Wednesday.The daughter, little Miss Willard; Mr. $1.49. dian River Hotel i
held I
Mon
section, Clifton postoffice being almost Chiffon in blue and company ,
panama, navy
Banner Drug Store will celebrate and Mrs. B. A. Warbinton and Master
day night at the law office of Mr
two miles northwest of the canal black, makes excellent skirts, 38 inches
their first anniversary tomor Harry spent the day Sunday on a "
makes it inconvenient to those wide, worth 75 cents, Monday G. M. Robbins.
A drink will be introducedat pleasant trip to Cocoa and 50
row. new Rockledge only, cents per yard.
Mr. J. D. Ennis carried his
living at the canal to get their mail. family,
the fountain called Cherry Bon going down by carriage in the morn- White cambric, specially good for
We call attention to the new ad- underwear, 10 yards for $1.00. Mr. Cowart and family, Mr. Sim-
and in the afternoon.
bons. ing returning
vertisement of the Indian River com Children's and misses hose, fine mons and wife,Mr. J.L. Mobley and

Capt.0. A. Quarterman, keeper of pany of Allenhurst (Haulover canal) The Miami Metropolis of Tuesday ribbed, worth 25 cents, special 15 little Miss Maud Renaker and Mrs.

I Chester Shoals house of refuge, was on page 8. A store of this kind has, says that Mrs. Walter Graham, who cents per pair.Ladies' Mandaville and daughter to the ocean
been needed at that place for t
some patent leather oxfords
over Tuesday for the purpose of securing time and Commodore Allen has filled left last Saturday night, accompanying plain toe, pump or Goodyear welt beach at Chester Shoals house of refuge -
of lumber and Mr. and Mrs. Iver Lowe far
' a shipment the long felt want. as sole, special $2.49. Sunday in the mail launch, returning

I> shingles for repairs to the station. as New York via Clyde line from Ladies' white sailors, large brim, Monday. Turtle eggs, how-

ff n J. D. Ennis towed same over on a Artesian Well Down 700 FeetIt Jacksonville, will spend the summerin special 98 cents. ever, were missing on this trip. '

lighter with his launch Wednesday is reported that the artesian well Philadelphia with her sister, Mrs. Linen toweling, good quality, 10 t
cents yard. Mr. Frank Sams, of Courtenay,
per ;
; Dr..W. E.Vanlandingham, of Fort which is being sunk for the F. E. C. Wm. Summer.Mr. Ladies' trimmed hats at less. than went to St. Augustine Wednesdayto''

Pierce.was in Titusville Wednesdayfor Railway company, on Key Vacas, in F. S. Battle has his new residence attend the commencement exercises '

: the purpose of making the sale an effort to secure a supply of waterat completed and expects to move cost.Mail orders promptly filled on any of St. Joseph's academy, from which i

.. of the Vanlandingham property, irf that point is now down to a depthof into the same the first of the coming of the above goods. his sister, Miss Fannie Sams, graduated
Juuus KLINE Titusville. this term. Mr. Sams was thor
1; North Titusville, to Mrs.J. R. Walker 500 feet, but as yet fresh water week. This cottage makes a fine appearance oughly drenched in the shower which

,. :. and also spent a few hours ate has not been struck. It is believed, both externally and on the -- Church Notes came up at noon that day, which

Mims before leaving for his. home however, that fresh water can be obtained interior, the latter being finished in caught him while walking up the

that night. THE STAR received a i in the keys by artesian wells I Florida selected pine ceiling with Rev. J. B. Hawk, Ph. D. will county road several miles below

-.i .' pleasant call from the doctor.f and the company will continue its efforts : hard oil finish. The building has preach and conduct divine worshipat town. This tramp was occasionedby
June a break down of the motor in De-
Georgiana Sunday, 21, at 11
Mrs. M. A. Scrimgeour started in that direction until water eight large airy rooms and bath andis and All will voe Sams' boat, in which he was com }

'-: Wednesday for California,where she has been secured or it becomes satisfied well arranged throughout. We a. m. at 7:30 p. m. be ing to town, delaying the schoonerso

: will spend some time with a friend Xf the uselessness of the project. understand that Mrs. Kate Myers welcome. that he had to walk several miles t
Dean Robottom will officiate in
to catch the train.
( living Redlands. Mrs.Scrimgeour will acquire the Duren cottage, as
Motor Boat Races Melbourne on Sunday, June 21,at 11a.
..J has been resident of our town for soon as vacated by Mr. Battle, to be
': The for m. and in Eau Gallie at 7:30 p. m. Millinery wire, flowers, wreaths, etc.
following motor boats
the past twenty years, during which races used as an annex for Myers Cottage Bias seam binding in cambric
have been arranged for the Fourthof -- Rev. Wm. Stones will preach next Medallions
--- -- stars, anchors
I, she was postmistress for the unex-
July celebration at Titusville: :Miss Conkling's Song Recital Sunday at LaGrange at 11 a. m. and Solderine for mending agate wear, etc.
f,-< pired term of her husband. The I Class A-speed boats of 12 miles at Titusville at 7:30 FURNITURE. DRY GOODS, SHOES
m.
i best wishes of her numerous ITitus-i and over, to be raced according to The song recital given at the opera p. I Screen cloth 30 33 36 and 40 inch
.
ville friends with her to the Pacific time handed in, and if they exceed house last night by Miss Lena Conk The pastor will preach in Titus Talking machines and records, etc
go
;-. coast. such time, to be penalized double. ling, of Tillman, was well attendedand ville Methodist church Sunday a. m. CHAS. A. ,GARDNER, 'Phone 342
There will be first and second prizes, at 11 and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school ---- ;
she distinguished herself at her
:: Upon his arrival in New York on consisting of handsome silver cups. every Sunday at 3 p. m. and prayer- Miss Fannie Sams Graduates
first before audiencein
; the way with his family to spend the Course 9 miles. appearance an meeting every Wednesday at 7:30( Miss Fannie Sams, of Courtenay, '
Class B-Motor boats of Titusville. With voiceof
speed 8 to a
Wakefield R.I. Mr.F. soprano had the
T. distinguished honor of de-
,
summer 12 miles per hour. Boats in this great range, reaching from highC p. m. __________
F. Budge received a telegram announcing class will start from an anchor with livering the valedictory at the commencement 1
down well into the contralto Colored Baseball Nines
e. .the serious illness of his father engine not in motion, anchor to be range, exercises of St. Joseph's

. at Urbana, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. raised and engine started at signal possessing a fullness, power and The colored baseball club of Cocoa I I academy, St. Augustine, at Genovar ,,

7 Budge proceeded at once to Ohio from gun. First and second prizes, sweetness that is exceptionally fine, came to Titusville Saturday to playa theatre, Wednesday evening. The
; while the others of the family went consisting of handsome silver cups. it is readily perceptible that she has match game with the colored nine
here. The started off in favorof address was entitled "Our Barks are
t' on to Rhode Island. Mr. Budge died Course 6 miles. possibilities of a future I game
great as a renowned -
Monday. He was 71 years of age Class C-Motor boats of speed not Titusville in the first inning, but Launched, but Whither Lies the
f and was well known Titusville and exceeding 8 miles per hour Boatsin singer, which she should and after that the Cocoa boys got right Shore."

t other points along the east coast and thjs class will also start from an fully intends to press to a successful down to business and had it their I j! r

f leaves many friends who regret his anchor with engine not in motion, culmination. own way. After playing several innings Wants Transfer of CaseIn

r. death. The funeral and interment anchor to be raised and engine to be Her recent study has been at Stet and with the score standing 10 I the United States court at Jack '

:. will take place at Urbana. started at signal from a gun. Six son. This she expects to follow up i to 4 in their favor the Cocoa captain !sonville last Friday Mr. W. M. Brown r
L cash prizes-$8, $5, $4, $3, $2 and$1. objected to a decision of Umpire :
[ Daniels Vs. Massey course 6 miles. with another course this year and Smith on a play to third base and of Miami, appeared and argued in

Class C starts at 9.30 a. m. take up voice culture in some northern : retired from the field and left im- his own behalf a motion to transfer j
:: The case of R. E. Daniel vs. C. T. Class B starts at 10:30 l mediately .for.ome.. The ba..-e umpire 1; the him
I and Geo. Massey, unlawful detainer, a. m. conservator afterward.It case now pending against ,
sustained the contention of the : t
Class A starts at 11:30 a. m. to be the general verdict alleging criminal acts in his
before county judge to recover seems manage-
property
Boats must be entered in such Cocoa nine, so there is where trouble .
of Palmhurst hotel, was tried events as correspond with their best that Miss Conkling is the best soprano 'j comes in by having two umpires.The ment of the Fort Dallas National

t-. on the 17th and resulted in a verdict speed. that has been heard in the Titusville Cocoa boys should have been bank. At the c mclu::>ion of Mr.
for the plaintiff. Messrs. D. L. I
Entries to be made to Com. J. opera house and this is a high magnanimous and accepted the decision -. Brow n's argument Judge Locke took
: Gaulden and Cary D. Landis, of De-
Lorillard, Jr., Titusville, Fla., up to honor for her. of Umpire Smith, as they hadso the matter under advisement.
f. Land represented the plaintiff and
,
July 2nd inclusive. much the better of the game they .
.: Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Sanford, the In her recital she was aided by could afford to be liberal. I -- --- -
Entries free and all motor boat
are
k defendant. The case was tried by a invited Mrs. T. B. Wilson, who gave two j New Adding Machine For Bank
men are cordially to enter
jury of the following persons: W.S.: Indian River State bank received
i their boats in these events. humoresque recitations which were The Country'sIainstay a
Norwood M. Osban, A. A. Bethea
Rod Smith, S. E. Rice Jr., J.C. Men- heartily appreciated. A dance followed i From the Sew York Packer. fine new Burroughs adding machine

f- del. Slacked Lime for Sale the recital. Florida apparently has the abilityto this week, which : > proving a great

I We have a carload of slacked lime I The affair was given under the' occupy a prominent position in time saver in the operations of the

Fine Monday Offerings of Men'sClothing at Cocoa and a car at Eau Gallie. .. auspices of the V. I. A. and onethird the country's markets all of the time. banking force. Cat. Pritchard,president -

f I Write us for prices, stating quantity of the proceeds of 33.90 went With her attractive offerings of pine- of the bank, called TilE STAR
: Special prices in boys' and youths'suits. wanted. apples, oranges, grapefruit, ceiery,
into the fund of that association. editor in and hove him the workings -
Extra big reduction in men'sclothing EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. j, tomatoes, potatoes, melons, not to
\. price makes no difference, jI i mention the countless array of smaller of this wonderful machine.

they must go. Have You Been Waiting for This? Launch For Sale fruits and vegetables, Florida'certainly is:i There is nothing lacking in the way t
Trunks and dress suit cases at spec- Banana river mail boat for sale. one of the country's mainstays -. of banking facilities that the old and
ial I want to go to Colorado for a couple with for [: staid Indian River State does not
prices. Apply postage stamp for answerto as a source of supply good n
t JULIUS KLINE of months.To C. F. Fischer Titusville, Fla. things to eat. provide itself with. It is estimatedthat
Titusville Fla. get expense money I will do ----- this machine will pay for itselfin
-' your dental work for a ridiculously Saloons Must Go i For Sale Cheap For Cash six months as a time saver and it
low price. Some of the more ex- several hundred dollars.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees costs
pensive work, such as gold crowns And with them the appetite for About 88 acres of good high land oc:I ___
it Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high and enamel filling you can get for drink. If you, your relative or friend the east or ocean side of the Indian rive. in Trees
\r. hickory hammock. Free from white one-half the usual price. I wishes to be rid of drink or drug at the Narrows, described as follows: Bargains
f fly. One year t6 two year old buds. You must come within the next habit, write at once for confidential Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, sec Fine lot2-yearold grapefruit buds
I 36, in 31 X
.r Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully two weeks and you must bring the information to the branch of the original tion east. This township land is: unimproved south range but finely Marsh seedless and Standard, 30I

'il' packed and delivered at Oak Hill cash. Make your appointments so Keeley Cure. Address, located. For further particulars address cents each, $25.00 per 100.
.station. J. W. GRIFFIS, there will be no disappointment.DR. I THE KEELEY INSTITUTE. : E. M. LowrBrockton J. B. BEACH,

Shiloh, Fla. MILLER, Dentist. Jacksonville, Fla. i Mass I West Palm Beach, Fla.

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.t It was. possible to transport many ELKS FOR POLICE I DUTY. -.'

.!f IffiFLED[ DOPE LI tImes the amount that could be sent I .fljyoua :1:1I

through the plain tube. Other experi- Arkansas Man Tells of Their Value In J

i, ments showed that the best results Guarding Stock'Fro'm Wolves I


; Device' to Revolutionize Carriage was Injected. bureau of biological survey declares Summer Stove ? 1

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rifled line
Finally a pipe was contracted -
wolves and coyotes cost the farmers
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lr1f. of Heavy Crude Petroleum. between' Delano and Volcano
air of a"
,' and stock raisers of the United States The stifling
.j. a distance of thirty-one miles. The pIpeis
,- ( -. several million dollars a year and In dose kitchen is changedto 1
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: Inches la diameter.
efght weighs.
J 1 of the northern states threaten comfort'Jle c olness i
m WATER USED AS A LUBRICANT 22.8 pound to the foot and Is tested some .

: Y for a pressure of 1.200 pounds to the be extermination of deer. Wolves it ,. ; 111 i by installing a New Perfection t

i r.' quare Inch. With an initial pressureof I appears are especially numerous and s Wick Blue lame t

,. :lJl .h A".E.H.. Harriman Spending' Hug Sum 800 pounds to the square inch the destructive in Wyoming: although fir Oil Cook-Stove to do the 3,

: .- <.;1. to Benefit by the Novel Invention. line Is capable of transporting 14.000 many are there killed and their. scalps family cooking.No i

.,,.. ""P _, :.. Transportation Now Rendered Easy..Production Barrels of oil net every twenty-four presented for bounty. kitchen furnishingis 1-

.;t 't ft """' !t :-_ '10.. ofiOil Affected. hours. It has been learned in California so convenient as this <

tt p 7.:' however that the presentation of coy- stove. Gives working -
-i: 41 without: any "fuss or feathers" and
Necklace ote scalps Is not conclusive evidence
Striking Novelty. and main-
;1 'Ci .> without! taking any public credit toA heat at once,
j' The reverse clutch necklace appar- that the animals from which they were until turned out
: hinteelf tains it
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... <,: '; J.' D. Isaacs consulting en- ently is to be the leading summer nov taken lived, moved and had their beIng without
; ; f 1to 'fclneer for the Harriman railway lines elty in Jewelry. Already It has been within the confines of the state. -that too, overheating -
-i }'V"- has perfected and put into operation the room. If you examine the
: seen In society as well as on the stage. An Interesting statement made by
!: a" an invention that will revolutionize the Whether It Is artistic depends on individual Mr. Bailey is that elks are great nat-

i *C transportation of heavy crude oil. The fancy. Startlinf it certainly Is. ural enemies of wolves, and he dwells ANEW PERFECTIONWick

j '7 Mtf- demonstration which he has made oft for It makes it difficult to determine upon this as of "great practical sig

'J..f. 1 his,new appliance, known as -rifled ,whether the wearer's progress Is processional nificance" 'for Its bearing upon the protection

3tt.r. pipe line has convinced.Edward. H. or recessional says the New of stock from the ravenous \ Flame Oil Cook-Stove

::. t < Harriman that it is one of the most York Press. There Is nothing out of beasts. He quotes with unqualified .

7i << wonderful Inventions. the age. Be- the ordinary about the necklace except approval says the Sacramento Bee. you will see why this is so. The heat from the

1:. a; '/Herlng this the apoleon" of the that: it Is reversed so that the pendant these words from George W. Russ of chimney of the "New Perfection" is WKtntraitd

Y :;i ,I' railway world is spending between $4- hangs behind Instead of In front Worn Eureka Springs Ark.: under the! ht'eanalnorcu:,"'satedthrnrRhtheroom
r. : 000,000 and $5,000.000 in the construction by radiation. Thus it does the wo-k cf the coal
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x ,'. over a street frock It to eat so astound- "An elk is the natural .enemy of
.' '' 1 tt of un entirely new and unique and wolves. We suffered range without its discomfort. Am >our dealer about
dogs
>4 lng. but with evening dress It Is likelyto great this stove-if not with him,write our nearest agency.
I pipeline from Oil City. Cal. to Porta : make the beholder go through the losses to our flock until we learned -

$.' 1> Costa a distance of 285 miles says a traditional ceremony of rubbing his thIs fact. Since then we have bad no is

.t :; a San Francisco special dispatch to the ; eyes. The pendant with a low cut losses from this cause. A few elks in TheRf'W ridee a very> i

', f.- : Chicago Record-Herald. When the gown falls. between the shoulder a thousand acre pasture will .absolutely Lamp piece of I 1'

./ -" .' new line 1$ completed Harriman will blades. Whatever Its character whether protect the flocks therein. Our own bousefur.ish.nganJ: gives c ca

,j o : > _. be able to supply his locomotives with plain gold or a Jewel. It Is conspicuous dogs are so well aware of the danger clear, powerful light mote agreeable! than sa s or I
.: ,. oil at a transportation cost which will against the white background. If. in our elk park that they cannot be electricity. Safe everywhere and alwaMaJ.

be almost Infinitesimal when compared as occasionally is the case it blazes induced to enter It" of brass finely nickel plated-just the thing for the i
'f. with the old way of carrying It in cars. Ihring-room. If cot with your dealer, wr.te our I
with gems, It catches the eye across a So Sir. Bailey suggests "an importantuse
1': The proved fact that the ,heavier ballroom. for this noblest of, our game ani- nearest agency. ;

t# oils.can now be transported through a mals," meaning the breeding and domestication Standard Oil Company r

? pipe line successfully will also have an Homestead Entry on Graveyard. of elks to do police duty on (Imcor porated) i

i :;, Important bearing upon production R. F. Wilson of Baggs. Colo., will pastures and ranges. And he says elk tK

4 and transportation of crude oils and file on a piece of ground on which Is Breeding Is "an assured success and

,t the products which are manufactured "
a upon now located the Baggs cemetery. The promises profitable returns.

t'-. ,.,: therefrom. Up to the time that land belongs to the government Wilson Apparently anxious to save himself V."r"NcWN. Wr WhWIVr"rVIWr .A"' r... 'r,:;:

Mr. Isaacs made his new discovery the will as soon as he acquires title to from the charge of nature faking and h

w .. railroads west of the Rocky mountains the land turn it over to the city. This also to show familiarity with the high-

were facing a threatened oil famine.In will be the first time on record. It is est authorities on the life history of 1

fact, many .of the engines which said where a man bomesteaded agraveyard. I the coyote and elk. the same official HARDWAREJas. I
had been converted into oil burners I
y r remarks that it seems doubtful if the
} had been reconverted owing to the cost I enmity of the elk for coyotes extends -

o. of transporting the oil to the points PROPAGATION OF MUSSELS.Not outside of pastures as he had found :
.where it would be available. coyote tracks: common among elk herdsin :

't ; The oil which Is being transported the Wind River mountains. And he
to Add to Food Supply, but For Its Pritchard & Son |
4 by means of ,the new device 'Comes
1 e Shell to Make Into Fancy Buttons. quotes from one of President Roose- .
1 from the Kern oil fields, near Bakers- velt's books a statement credited to
The United States government is gong
: field CaL. and has a density of 14 degrees "an American hunter." who said he
; into the business of propagatingthat Handle the Finest Lines of
Baume. Owing to the cost off had seen a coyote walking unnoticed
hitherto useless member of the
;" freightage various attempts were band of elks in the Yellow-
among a
family of bivalves the mussel The
made to send it through pipe lines. mussel is not to be multiplied to produce stone Pll'k.Whatever. Heavy and Shelf Hardware S; 1
It was found that the pumping pressure the truth of the matter
an addition to the food supply of .
'p demanded was too great may be regarding the enmity of elks =--==- =---=- ---===-=-- -- ;:
the country but it is to be cultivatedfor
Then the company tried various ei1 for wolves and coyotes the suggestion
its shell During the last
periments get the oil to the points Commissioner of Fisheries Bowers year regarding the breeding of elks may be Our Stock of
of consumption. The first expedient worth California
heeding by stockmen
says that o.OOU.UOO worth ef fancy
was heating the oils, which facilitated buttons have been made from mussel! if it be Indeed an "assured success." Guns and Sporting Goodsis
Its conveyance for short distances. itt
l hels.! and the supply on account of
was found however that the degreeof at all times
complete
this and on account of pearl huntersis MODERN YANKEE DOODLE.Revolt .
heat necessary for the transportation ::
getting scarce and propagation work
of the oil for a long distance was -- -- aE
Ls necessary of Woman's Trades Union Mem- -' '
so great as to cause disintegration of
the oil. which resulted in a depositof Experiments by the fish commission bers Against Mar.'s Tytanny. Paints i and Oils of Quality ;
have shown that
the mussels can bepropagatc.d
A feminine Doodle
asphaltiue. clogging the pipe line. Yankee is in the

,, r The Harriman engineers then tried and rapidly, and tbe necessary saddle. Having revolted from the tyr- one of our Specialties
hatchery ponds can be constructed
of the Yankee dude she
the Injection of water into the pipelines anny gives
but it was found that the quan- without great expense. Congress appropriated notice that from now on she means to
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tity of water necessary was so great pony =
L that the expense of ultimately separating batch ry. and its erection will be be- cap and dine on macaronL"This Quotations for large or small orders will :::

the oil and the water was pro- gun will soon be available.It after July. 1, when the money is the ultimatum of twentyfivefair ;; be given personal attention. Mail Orders ::

hibitive. Loatrfho abandon the use oft members of the Chicago Woman'sTrades
solicited and
Is Commissioner Bowers intention promptly filled
Union chorus In
the Bakersfield product the league their
company
to have a main hatchery and two
c then tried the mixing of lighter oils new song, entitled "The Modern Yan-
branches and the TI ::
with the heavier oiL This was found act requires them kee Doodle." US-V-ILLE: :
to be located somewhere in Mississippi
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to make its transportation through At the request of Miss Mary Mo CSI .

t l' pipe lines feasible but the expense of river valley. It Is the present Intention Dowell who launched the chorus a 1\\\ 'lYl\ \\ \Y-w JIJ".I'Au \I ;* snC>
to erect the main hatchery and few weeks ) v y \ .' y j v -.
"s transporting the lighter oils to the ago, two new songs have
ponds near Muscatiue or Davenportla -- -- ---
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J Bakersfield: district and the been written for the league by Miss
expense .. and a branch at Lacrosse 11 is.. .
':;: of mixing it again brought the cost Gertrude Barnum of Chicago. Theseare fi -
and another
i at Winona. Miun. From
t.*i j up to a prohibitive point these three now in rehearsal and will be sungat
. L l' -Mr. Harriman was about to order tbe plathe Mississippi and the annual convention of the Wo !
._ other rivers will be supplied with Mothers
I abandonment of the project when Engineer I man's Trades Union league In Xew
.;. young mussels to grow for manufacturing VnrtrMtv_.. .fn QorttomHaf. *. CO s the fhicago ..... .-
.: : Isaacs asked him to wait for a -- "- -' 'y
I time and give him an opportunity to tons.iuto .pearl" and other fancy bat- Tribune. Here is the first which Look burl; for your Children's

' 'r-1 :' study the matter carefully with a view should satisfy even the suffragette:

J : to seeing If be could not find some way More Daylight In Canada. MODERN YANKEE DOODLE. Health while hey are young.

J: .i out of the difficulty. Mr. Isaacs is Something like n realization of Mr. Yankee men they had their war ,.
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And thought it fine and dandy.
j1t t., something of n. hunter and while enjoying Willett's 'more daylight scheme has Locked the women in all day

. this sport he chanced to loo been achieved by the citizens of Fort And stopped their ries with canJy. fr

v"J .. through the barrel of his: gun. He William and l'ortrthur, twin Caaa Yankee Doodle Doodle Doo, [

noted the ri3eJ bore and the reason diau towns on the western shore of Yankee Doodle Dandy
SaM to women: \Vlv are you!
4 for its being riled flashed through!: hi; lake 811111'i"r. For purposes of tim Be gla-l to get the candy!"
1! mind. Why cot make the rifle here (';t1: rla i* ii:vu1ocl into five sections: '_ _
if} do for tbe pipe line whit it does for each section' having a time one hour la Yankee women caugut r:; it on TR.AD.C MAR.K. a
And thought
It
, 't1 the gun? advance of its western or one hour tvIrnd To have n<> say arid qt. unhandy get no p-ty. i; a great medicine for children. It keeps their liver active '

?: The next step was easy lie knew : its f C i- 7 intuitively that whcu the water was towns have hitherto formed the ex Yankee L) W)
!t.t pumped into such a bore it would pro- trenie eastern limit of the section DooUle DanJy.You' .
l-e sorry if you knew A Positive Cure
-j dune a whirling motion which would known a" "'(" ntrJ.l.- bat in response to How sick they grew of can-iy"Yankee

i cause! the water to 1*? thrown against a tar_..ly signed petition! the city co"nrils "'t CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND
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< : man. said Yankee maid.:
... the outside of the pipe line and would! have acrced to lvcoiue the cxtrwt"westt"m
"With >ou no words we'll Uaady ti31S FEVER, MALARIA, DYSPEPSIA
:. ; I Keep it there. This accomplished, tin limit of the "eastern" section. Hand to us tie front dr Ley.
BILIOUSNESS AND ALL
effect would! le constantly to main::lil This mean that the inhabitants wl Ai.d w?'iI send back your candy.: ,
av "Yankee dud:'!. what can you do? \ \ '- LIVER COMPLALNTS.
continue to
a thin file of water between the pipe! rtee-as"unilng that they -
Yankee DooJl Dandy.We M
and the oil. enveloping: the latter. This! rise at the same boar of the clock- out like fr. cdom. .
same as you.And : Mrs. J. Hopkins. Manchester
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ore of water as a lubricautoak hour nearer dawn. They will also I tin won't be hushed with candy. Kan. "
e writes: 1
;c' ., make it lusj'O'ssiWe for the crude oil to ish their tasks one hour further away \Ve mean tt, r...' m the great wide % p, have used IIerbin for
stick to the pipe and impede its pro: from the sunset and thus obtain an world. I : vt years, know of no better for
1.. extra hour of daylight leisure. The We moan to ride a pony. S ? chills and f ever, headaoli-.

$ ress.Wben the plant! was shown to Mr.t change ('omeInto effect on May 1 and Stick a feather our cpsAnd biliousness,etc. My children
Harriman si.-uplicity; appealed to will hold until Dec.a.. oinon ma<.'3ronl .- 1 1 are hove r sick. I will
"Yankee dude what can you du? use it "
always.
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him. r.ad he ordered an appropriatioj i Yanl.ee DuoJIe Dandy.We .
sut5t: lent to carry 0:1 a series of ex- Sore NipplesAny r.\:&n to l i\e en solid food. I PRICE 50c.

: m terir.icns. A lead l'iPl":1S used to mother who has had experience with! And you can keep your candy.: -

determine for anjouut of friction tbw diatrcsMng ailment will be i>k-i' xl to Yankee dude now helps the maid 1k r\\

vatisod hy tin tt:ty applying; To mount upon his pony.Likes Ballard{( Snow Liniment Co.

% the same pep"as:; twisted by hand Chamberlain's Salve as Soon a* the child it! And the sh.-rcs feather the TnacarontYillnkee in her trap J: 500-501 North Second St.,

and it v.as found that the water had a done nursing. Wipe it off with a soft clot! D-x-die. Doodle Doo. .,.

vhirlin;; UiOtiou when forced into it. before allowing the babe to nurse. Many YIr'h.die hardy + ST. LAUDS MO.,

This proved the sotsn mess: of the prin. trained nurs- use! this: salve with best results. : is glad to have his girl atonj.
They both enjoy the .andy.
Hp'e and led to larger experiments. A For sale by Titusville Pharmacy.

standard pipe line one and one-bal w BBI

4 si a miles long was then built at Oakland c f3TOr.21L.eais A healthy man is a king in his own rizht.
: the tn< the lie hCi:: IC7: fin liaats bttbtt: Sold and Recommended
rifled cr is
and the bore was by an unhealthy man an unhappy slave. Burdock by

<-, Hon of helical wires. The first experinents s gnat;re L L/ ...:.--4- I Blood Bitters build up wend lu-alth
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: : :: :' : which already have done much In Instruction -- "

',,' fO'Rf'An M'EnS and Inspiration. U Impera- BEST FOR THE TO 0 FIGHT olsEAsEl A Woman's Back ti
tive
j In the view of the president and Has many aches and pains caused by

J4, Mr. Pinchot that there should be com- BOfELSIfT01I weaknesses and falling,or other displacement
binations among the people of the farm of the
pelvic organs. Other -
i r i. nt symptoms
k= '''>:; Roosevelt WouldConditions. ing regions In order that they may be haren't a regular.fcc HLy movement of the School of Preventive Medicine of female weakness'kre frequent ,
w.t 7" II.t ''f Rural able to protect their Industry from the Bowels.T day.yoa'reili or will be. ftP TOU headache, dizziness, imaginary specks or It'
towels open and b#wIL Forte, In the shape r>t
.... highly organized Interests around them. violent physic or pill poison,ts caucerou. The Plan of Columbia University. dark spots floating before the eyes, gnaw- '
{ 'S. t .! The smoothest,easiest,most perfect way cf keepia.r ing sensation In
commission also will endeavor stomach '
to dragging
c-. }. # the bow.U clear and clean is to take or t :'
:;COMMISSION point the way to the farmer to get the CANDYCATHARTIC bearing down in lower abdominal or pelvic *
i t\ TO PAVE WAY. region .:.
., .;j '"'i"" best kind of labor.In MANY DYING .UNNECESSARILY disagreeable drains from pelvic .
;-:::: organs,faint spells with general weakness.
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P a word the commission will con-
,.tf--t1.w ,', h If any considerable number of the above #
't1h1U1-8eek- .sider not only the physical but the ethical
{ \ Means to Check Shrinkage symptoms are present there Is no remedy
1f ,..- -., t .'f. In Farming Population-Hopes to needs of the people and will give Dr. Ditman, Urging Establishment of that w IH give quicker relief or a more per- r
: -, Elevate Impetus to the movement to provide a Sanitary Science School, Declars majent rt ;r!, Soil Tillers! to Standard Occupied fair standard of physical comfort also United States Loses $$20,000,000 Presto rbsSU has a record of over forty '

J'ff?' _' ,--;. Before Civil War. oclar and Intellectual advantages. Yearly by Preventable Deaths. years of curka It \* the moM; potpntVLD
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94t;r '''j-:': 7 President Roosevelt Is about to inaugurate Pasteur has said that "it is within P -.H'TgjHicalsgienr I L is made
a, movement which promises to PRAISE FOR OUR ENGLISH.As of the
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY g -ccric extract of native medicinal -
the: power of man to make all Infectious I
"!-7 exert a tremendous infiuence upon the Pleasant. Palatable Potent, Taste Good. Do roots found in our forests and contains -

:' .. social and the economic life of the peo- Good as That of Britishers, Says a M Good cents Kerer per box.Su ken.:Write Weaken for free or sample Gripe;and 10."a book.and diseases to disappear from the not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or r '

I?' f ple. Immediately after the adjourn- German Professor. let oa health. Address 133 world," and statisticians estimate that habit-forming drugs. Its ingredients are

ment of congress he will appoint a Among the advisers of the Prussian Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. tOO.COO of every 1.COOOOO deaths occur all printed on the bottle-wrapper and at' ._

commission for the purpose of makinga ministry of education who were con- KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN in spite of the fact that they are pre- tested Every under ingredient oath as correct.entering Into "Favorite .

thorough study of rural social econ- sulted regarding the exchange of teacn- \entabe. But every year sees some Prescription has the written endorsement -. ,
omy with .a view to giving a new dIrection advance in the science of of the
ers between the United States and GUN TO KILL FOOD BEASTS. preventive most eminent medical
and a new Impulse to the Insti- writers of all the several schools of
Genntnywas Alols Brandt professorof medicine. One scene of work in that prac-
tutions which are in operation for the tice-more valuable] than any amount of
the English language at the Berlin Henry Cergh's Device For Humane direction is Columbia university in
benefit of
the non-professional
farmer
says John Callan testimonials-though the
: O'Laughlin in the Washington Post univerSity and president of the German Slaughtering Tested.In \ew York city. Plans for school of latter are not lacking, having been contributed .

The commission will consist of Professor Shakespeare society. He was the ambulance house of the Amer. preventive medicine a school of sani- voluntarily by grateful patients : j

a; Liberty H. Bailey of the University specially/ asked if it were to lie feared ican Society For the Prevention of tary science and public health, are In numbers to exceed the endorsementsgiven

t of Cornell, probably Professor A. that the American teachers nould Crualty to Animals In New York city a printed In the June supplement of the the cure to of any woman other's medicine ills. extant for 1 "-
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'" A. Noyes. acting president of the Massachusetts teach English with a bad accent, as new humane device for the slaughtering Columbia Quarterly. Dr. Ditman has

Institute of Technology, and some of the advisers:: contended. of animals for food, the invention developed the plans, and there are of Youcannotaft'orotoacceptanymedlclne">tit.ute. 1 t .

t Gifford" Ftnchot. chief forester of the Professor Brandt's official,report declared of Henry Bergh treasurer and former hopes that the money will be forth- for this well proven remedy or KSOWJJcoMPosmojr f'' '

governmentThe that the average American president of the society was recently coming to establish the schooL ,even though the dealer may i

inspiration for this investigationis I teacher's English was quite as good tested. "One-third of the human beings born make a little more profit thereby. Your h

found in the speech delivered by the as that of the average English teacher. The device is not unlike the hose and alive die before the age of five years interest in regaining health is paramountto

. president at Lansing. Mlch.. a year ago I I He was further of opinion that English nozzle of the New York fire depart- has been attained largely from preventable insult any to selfish your interest intelligence of his for and him it to is an

Y at the semicentennial celebration of the I Is quite as well spoken generallyIn ment, but In this case the stream that causes." says 1>r. Ditman. to palm off upon you a substitute. You try '.

.' founding of agricultural colleges in the America as in England. He was> comes from the hose Is air. Upon the "The death rate of children in some know v.bayou want and it is his busi- .

-'' United States. The president's Investigation strengthened in this views by a visit he pressure of a trigger a javelin Is hurled tenement house districts in Sew Yorkis ness to supply the article called for.

convinced him that the educational made recently to London public elementary from the nozzle with sufficient forceto as high as "J04 per 1000. The numt Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the

,:\ system in use has Le;en well nigh schools, where he was shocked pierce an inch oak plank. By meansof her t of deaths occurring in the world original Liver Pills" first put up ,'.. '
to hear children an automatic recoil attachment the by old Dr. Pierce over forty years ago .
selections
. 'L' wholly lacking on the side of Industrial reciting from epidemics of plague smallpox
11.' training of the training which fitsf' from Shakespeare in the cockney dialect javelin Is brought back for further yellow fever and cholera Is still enor- much imitated but never equaled. Little 4

t a man for the shop and the farm. lie uS(. wheu the trigger Is again pressed. mous in spite of the fact that methods candy.sugar-coated granules-easy to take as '

" declared then that the country must lIe deduces from the intrusion of the In the experiments boards and cadaver for prevention of these diseases are "

- develop a system under which each individual hideous cockney pronunciation, which were used. Although the instrument known." !30 YEARS'

;, citizen should be trained so as by the way he declares to be the most was intended for small animals. Dr. Ditman continues: f EXPERIENCE ,
I hateful It v:as said ijv th"ho witnessed the .
of
all
to be effective individually as an economic dialects to educated Englishmen Each year the world yields up 1,035.000: -
' e. unit and fit to te organized with and from the Influence of various tests: ti:it it possessed ample power for our own country lOO.lJOO--of its inhabitants rA
the F.l I ** tt'r of larger animals. as a sacrifice to tuberculosis although i
his fellows so that he and they could other dialects upon colloquial ;
.. ''"'a. i"ovkU called air In this loss Is not necessary Pneumonia i' i
. :- work in efficient fashion together. English that the English spoken in an gun.
L"' > .. kills 10(5000)( p.ople in the United States 1.
I.
:! The president holds there is but one England is not, on the whole, one whit t1j :-j.'r strife intended for the annually anti the number Is increasing

I "' person whose welfare Is as vital to the purer than that spoken America, of V-! "' v;'- cal sheers tie cylinder con- rapidly, yet the cause of this disease isknown I

.' welfare of the whole country as that of i which he made a close study during: t-ji 'it t')., ,ltrelin Is mo'inted upon a and it should be In our power to TRADE MARKS

,: the wageworker who does manual labor twenty years' continual contact with S'Tiv:,',. r>* is he ordinary! type of rapid stamp Twentv-nve it out thousand people in the I DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac.

and,that is the farmer. In the past American students at German universities PT sr' :, T!,<' operator stands six feet Timed States who are neeltessly blind Anyone; sending m sketch and description may '
quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether u
the United States during times of crises and when in America as the.German a"m"T! the animal to he killed, could have had their vision saved: had the invention is probably piitenuble. Comaianica- '
Vi5"j !(... t '.'dt" nt the! causes of blindness and methods for its Onus IItnctl,con Odentia1. Handbook on Patent* ?
f has had to place a peculiar depend representative at the Franklin eel j-.in projecting been tent free. Oldest agency for Meeting patents. c
ebraUon.I r '1'." *!'''_' "l"" *. of the anfTial's head. prevention widely enough appreciated Patent* taken tbrounb Stuns & Co. receive<< I
the but
ence farming population
upon ,
Five hundred thousand people arc tpetiol notice,without chance, tu the
this cannot be done in the future If I Professor Brandt believes the American Wlthi.i a ':11.): t ,ii>r>p it I hi planned! to killed or crippled every year in this coun- '

I c f:' agriculture. be permitted to sink in the twang Is rapidly dying out aud have n practical te-;t of the inventionat try as a result of preventable accidents. Scientific ,lmerkaue

I ;; sale .as compared with other employ- that some day it will be a thing of the om of in! New York city abattoirs. While the annual loss to this country A handsomely Qlagtrated weekly. 1net circulation ,
from preventable deaths Is IXXOGO.OOO an- of any tcienuilo Journal. Terms.13 a
! -.'. ments. Investigation has shown that past. He says the average American is The O"h.t.is. invreated in devicesof nually, England by the employment of year: four months.f L. Sold by.!! newsdealer \

. la the eastern: half of our country there being educated Into a consciousness of this kin'. It has offered a prize of preventive measures during nine years MUNN & CO.361 BroadwaJ. Hew York

baa been an actual shrinkage in the his accent and Is beginning to criticise $ ,00 for the est. though Mr. Bergh (lSSl-') saved $1.t3h16ooo: as the resultof Branch Office. 625 V St,Washington U._&_
an expenditure of J373,000)( ,000. By a reduction -
number the farming population since and eradicate It. being an oiStvr of the society, will not 1
of its death rate during the past
the civil war. A growth of population The I:e\. Walter William Skeat, professor compete twenty-five< rs the city of New York The Mnstl'alvable Sit of Yacht and B M-

has occurred in this section but the of AngKt-Saxon at Cambridge I Fruit and Wine In One Bite. has saved $ljO.: .OOO. Bat Ji..g Books ever p.Ms 4.RUDDER Hi
: growth has been in the cities. Certain university, who Is the author of numerous New York city's annual loss from tuberculosis .
Champagne
peaches are among th is J-S.WOW that of the United
economic factors, such as extension of philological works largely in summer novelties for the table. A plugis States $:J300.0uOOuO wholly needless loss. .

railroads, development of machineryand dorses Professor Alois Brandt of the I taken out of the peach leaving a The annual cost to the state of New HOW. TO BOOKS
openings for industrial success. Berlin university in his declaration tunnel York for the maintenance of public institutions -
I big enough for removal of the for the pauper, the insane Over tutu twti Fare been built from the lines r
: have been responsible for the urban in- that Americans speak as good English i i .
the bucks Successfully sailed
stone. The center of the peach is filled the blind, the epileptic and the tubercular printed in < it '
f' as the English themselves. every clime sad. upon every teJ Full detail ,
crease. with an extra dry champagne the Is $11.500000. From an economic point of .
plugis drj.ni? of ail ports showing way it b and ,
As an offset to the tendencies which I Professor Skeat attributes the excel- restored to its place and fitted tightly ,view, then it is seen that rarely can Investment how to mate n-Text eauenaely simple.
have told against the farm there have lent pronunciation of many Americansto ba made more profitably than
-; null the peach is placed on Ice. Of through action by which sickness power. HOW TO BUILD A RACCR FOR $EO i
; come various improvements which have the fact that that training in English course a good deal of the gas escapes ty accident and crime are obviated. li fo.O....< 1. rk.... T t 0 laid,frame all ill oncwnrp \
is aarJ a i t .tl. a to jf u kara ton taawaM I..
carried with
rendered life and much
: country more easy on greater but a fair quantity remains Inside. and The last decade nas been marked in this
pleasant But there has been a social strictness and to a far greater extentin country by two notable efforts conceivedfor HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
.
t the result is that after an hour or'twoof A fin* l-oit far .tna.e..J. nff or Inorkmtf about b
as well as an economic falling off, and America than in England where the the determination of the cause of is served ... ... ..
freezing one with a dainty physical and social evils by the establish- I. |> las -:p. :Jk'1 1 ul nmipkk'-J UuU.
the wants this condition not great schools treat Latin and Greek as
( president appetizing enough to make a girl eat ment of the Sage foundation and the HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
:: only arrested, but entirely done away of primary importance and pay little after her coming out ball Rockefeller institute. Both Institutionsare Mo-i .."-,..I'll. r i.mj marline fOyer se.in .. ._. .
\ A.4 !
;: with. He wants our farms to be worked attention to teaching English: or elocu- of fundamental and extreme Importance w".,U.. > 'is. earto bard i alii'tlJ f

i- by the same self respecting Inde- i tion. Moreover the study of phoneticsis You,Never Can Tell and necessary for the next great. HOW TO BUILD MOTOR, LAUNCH
:, advance In the field of prevention-edu- i"'rI.r" pntiral. t......"'. ....!. d
and taken in America while it ? eoiwtnKt a laoad
and seriously
pendent essentially manly womanly jo:>t exactly the cause of your rheumatism, cation.In baUiJTu*., *, ......: iv't. .>vtt...1uI lt'r..Iaa..
:: men and women such as in the Is almost unknown in England exceptto but you know you have it. Do you know that order then to complete the efficiency HOW TO 3VLD A KNOCKABOUT t

J?' past be holds constituted the most valuable a few students. The consequence is Rillard's Snow Liniment will cure it?-re- of both institutions in the accomplishment 4 fia. ill ar .,....l rm.a_ .....,. guoj ratio; airBaaKuler
lieves the laain-reduces the of practical ends it is essential that ...il-U- 1 ji s.t ."* w.t*n
swelling aud
element of the nation. that the ordinary Englishman Is entirely
limbers the joints aud muscles: so that means shall be found to transmit the HOW TO GUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOPA
He proposes to give every encourage- ignorant of his own language will be as active aDd well as you ever were.you knowledge thus acquired regarding the <*T-T li.,le.*.&,uf tuul,a ilk ......'"'...t.t v...kaa a sim.l.t
lIe adds: Price 2.xx, 50c. and $1,00. Sold by Titusville causative factors of disease, crime, poverty + ra
farmlag "I see no objection to the employ Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store etc., to the ultimate desired goal- HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR.SHARPIE
Individuals homes and administrative departments P aytobaJS---'n. "eeraet.ja-ttwrrar.frab5 f
ment of Americans to teach English tobejusilktut.kuur. rycbs&plyataer..euorcatryHOW
do- having jurisdiction over these /
because they give attention to the sub- LONDON'S NEW FOOD FAD.Penguins' fields TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHT
A romplcte! would like to see more libraries assem- ject and understand what they are The scope of a school of sanitary adcues it ii2 ....d IB uil Vf mwfela. ; C
and medicine is broad p
preventive a
bly balls and social organizations of all talking about"NEW
Eggs Imported From South
one. The complete attainment of its ends $1. t tPAEP.ID
kinds. He wants the school buildings Africa Becoming Fashionable.The can only be accomplished by enlisting! the PRICE EACH

t' and the teachers to be of the very highest SLEEPING CAR. The latest thing imported for aid of all associated fields of effort. For BY VUPrUJS ANVAHtfcC aBound
this reason the benefits to be derived in 'ohGold: lettering-Sue, uf pagt
t type and the country church re- the purpose of putting an edge on the from influence of teacher on pupil ph>si- q by u mche,-Larje, c <:.rly-dru.a plans Q
C-, rived. He is anxious that all kinds oft Roman Catholic Priest' Railroad Londoner's proverbially Jaded bn>ak. clan on patient charity worker: on dependent -

agencies from rural free delivery to Coach Has Berths In the Center. fast appetite I Is the pen;:uia's egg.; woman on social conditions and THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.

t' the bicycle and the telephone, shouldbe The Rev. Leopold tHoffschneider. pastor i I which in taste and smell must be a legislator on legal enforcement can b>sl a MUBRASTREET NEW Yoga U. S. ASad
be attained by amalgamation of the proposed _nsnl for Catalogue of Sovii
utilized to the largest extent I of St. Peter and St Paul's Roman close relative, to the plover's eg;. It is school with such an institution as Library. flIP'IKhl.mall'o t

r Remarkable results have been achieved Catholic church in Hoboken X. J.. has bn'ing imported from South Africa in Columbia university by which means are

by the department of agriculture in i Invented a sleeping car wh.ch: he asJ ': law quantities and when boiled and made available for its use the school of -_ ...-
the production of raw material, but the Hirvfd cold in salad with law the school of philanthropy Barnard
J :setts! will supplant those in use on railroads shrimps or college the Tea h-rs' college! and the a
president believes this department has j at present, j anchovies and utumbt'rlllrl"es a real college of Physicians and Surgeons with & rSSE p .

i' a larger field of ul'efuln'ls in the fostering I Berths are arranged in the center of delight to the palate its numerous clinic and hospital connec- ? -

of agriculture to bring about the the car instead of on the sides. This I j Like most new things, it has wonder tions. The s"u\tlon cf these departmentsin < neccp'rrityan.reli- e
the heart of a city of the type of New '
; best kind of life on the farm for the I' to windows I fill qualities to rrci>uiu eud it for :N. : abilityFerry'sSeedal << ''I
makes it possible open or < genraI York would also operate effectively In 4 'ti \Vi3r are in a class by them- .
sake of producing the best kind of ventilators on the side of the car. Four '! <- consumption.. and a firm of cots providing opportunity for the study of :;; ,-;... to *."% _. selves Farmershavecon&jcnce

menThe commission will answer > permanent steps: are built from the i, inKsson agents which is importing: it social and Industrial conditions. r 5i, Y ;; Ijf f, in fiem because

among other thins, these questions: I floor to the sides of the berths The i has oMaini' a medical man's opinion ,\mon;: the subjects of study su ;, p1.: !e; twyknowthey

How can the life of the farm family b*. :i top step may be used as a receptacle I 1 drat it contains a reauricuble: j percent" Bested for the school! are tenement J-'", ; : '.\.\'""' .:'-. on cauhereliedepmeet, liun'texpcri'-

made less solitary fuller of comfortable opportunity. for shoes or do;lung. and it is possible ;i aw of phosphorus and i is therefore a houses sweatshops, slaughterhouses, .:.' .: :.-:; :. ;;;! with uncap
freer from drudgery, more / :-' I '\ ;; seedryoursurrt
I dairies markets and watersheds offensive
I splendid tonic for brain fag and nervous ,
this and rt'moshOtS
happier and more attractive'Slow to sit on stop .. ,'fI ;'t., tyl.cstobuyiag
can life on the farm be kept on ;, or outer clothinc t debility.Tie' trades and dangerous occupa ..,-- ,'> /' .1l. &eed:iSCnt out by

the highest level and where it la not already -i I In Father IIoff H.ht.ciders model he i egg has already been lint on the lion, child: labor lull factories: anti .. "_a.r lit_:l\ \ (. ;a. anS a concientiousanS trustworthy
that level be so Improved. dignified ?y.
t on and brightened as to awaken and ; has placed an aisle on both 5iJr :j menu cards at several of the leading toxins vat-tines filtration and disinfe.iion .. house Seed, Annuals

keep alive the pride and loyalty of the the berths near the windows, with an i hotels and restaurants. tiiethods.Dr 1, 'i.. ',.r Ferry's 1114:" & } Ad1reet
farmer's boys and girls, of the farmer 1'': eighteen inch passageway l between the i Hit man also advises leaching ol 0 M.Fusrategtne.rY caiitCuiii
wife and of the farmer himself: ? r"I:1tI'I.! .< food
compelling desire to live on 'berths. This would! enable pat'n1'SI ; | Plenty of Troublei the : between varieties of .
How can a ,
the farm be aroused In the chil Iren that pass from the sidof a car to the i :- by stazpAtwu of the liver and bowel and, di-( :'St.. utilization: of sewage; for

are born on the farm? j I other :m.t from end to ('n.1.'athl'r I >. to get rid of it nod headache and bilious1 "ji.ccrcial pmiHAes. methods of gar-
Among the subjects which the commission i IloffschneidiT says he will devote to 1 ness and the poison that l.rinljaIHlIic-e! take ".1:;(" dNfKHnl. ro.l"w of transmissionof AND CURE THE LUNCS

also will investigate are rural' : his parish the money: he twelve:* for tiers Dr. Kink that: do New the Life work Pills-vithont the reliable puri l..nt:1m; :. .lia:.*.. e':.'Ii'iuirs and

education rural organization, rural' his invention, which !is patented 25cat P-inner Drug Store.pnujiugorgnnuig modern tr.nlitiaix of life iu ;; noraLAruilentt

communication, control of corporations, I WITH Dr. King'sNew

h land settlements and labor supply. Under I The Big Head I will happen. but the beat regulated -

communication, for example, will I is of two kinds-conceit and the big head that CASTORIAFor families keep Dr Thomas' Electric Oil -

come an examination of the way in I' comes from a sick headache Does your bead Infanta and for such emergencies. It subdues the Pain Discovery !
in Children.
which there can be improvement and heals the hurU.cf .
and brain
ever feed like a gourd your feel
express and railroad service of high- loose and sore? You can cure it in no time by The Kind You Have Always Bought FOR ('-VCRs $0c&Ll00. 9
and telegraph. ,OLDS Trial
mails, telephone Beale Free
ways, acting on your liver with liallard's Ilerbme- OA.S".J."OnXA.Beara .
There will be an exhaustive Inquiry I Isn't it worth trying for the absolute and certain ; Bears theEignatnre the 1ha Kad: YiJ: Haa Ai\3iS: BJSig.tm ;" AND All THROAT AND LUHG TROUBLES.

into the means of improving agricultural relief you'll get? S>)1J t>y Titasville ; of GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY '
t:; colleges and farmers' Institutes. I Pharmacy and Banner Drug Store #TJ OA MONEY REFUNDED.


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.1\f.'T FLORIDA -n- : .. '' : .' 1 c .
: STAB UEEN' OF ACTRESSES .

q : '; ,
_:: :Entered at the poetofflee mtTitoirille as PE-RU-NA' f'
3.* ieoond-clus mall matter. PRAISES
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,i A BUts a.Rager, Jdltorand!: PDbU.her.f' .
;f'T..t'" l ;, {'v\ \'511f ,{Yy,,.,JY.r1

-, EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
PUBLISHED .
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8UBSCKI"T10,81.:50 PER ASNIDI (I I AI/I .
$
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i Ad*.rtlu ? Rxter Furnished un j5 ; .
;; a, }: .ipp1lcatloa.Preliminary Glad To


_a.:c coming' orange reports crop are regarding so much the at u M ''V sae.yb ____ ,.oi.. '

}
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l .. < < variance that it will probably require Kl i4

-a thorough canvass of the state to < :>.<:t Endorsellteitt

.r ascertain the real conditions."The
,
r
k : drought in some sections is reported The
{ J= Of
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.t y >I to have curtailed the probable yield.) ) 1g !
LJ .
; x ) ant4 v" it

,:" Where is Hobson now? Thirty men : Geatp iI iI I

=' -" It: remained on the monitor Florida YEl I i; I

1'Y while she was being blown up by a : : I

torpedo. They had scientifically calculated p Remedy

i the danger estimated the
;
4 T=. 'Value of eye witnesses and took the PeUl1a.I .

"risk. Peace has her heroes as wellas

C J war. Do So


They have a non-partisan citizens' !

union in New York which keeps tab -El 2D : Most7ulia

and j
on members of the legislature

-1.checks.-... off the fellows who have so Hearlil.n
well discharged their duties as to deserve -

: t > I re-election and the further hlarloe.

a .t confidence or'their fellow men. The
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: city sends twenty-one senators and :1
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assemblymen to the legislature -
r. sixty-three !
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yr. : and of this band of eighty- oj MISS JULIA MARLOWE.wwwwvww (
Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher U. S. Senator-Elect In Tuesday's Primary
four lawmakers the union finds only --'- - i
F. improved under the treatment, but
nine who are fit to go back. Four of Ay as I stopped taking the medi

', : these are senators and five assembly: ComparaUn Statement of Brenrdfs Vote by Precinct Majorities In the First and The I got bad again.

..vy men. Second"Primaries Showing Fletcher's and Gilchrist's Gain In the Second If the took the medicine for two years
1 got sick again and gave up all

". and Gilchrist Won FIRST SECOND FIRST SECOND il the of getting cured.
", ; Fletcher PRIMARY PRIMARY PRIMARY PRIMARY . saw a testimonial of a man woes

was similar to mine being cured by
.
The election Tuesday proved a veritable "E t 'E t g
\ !" i i .;: ;; .. ;;( .= I ,so I thought I would give it a
'
: :: a landslide to Gilchrist for governor '. _i .: 3 .: .
.,i, and resulted in the election of ;;: z : 00 C 00 : procured a bottle at once and com

;, Fletcher for U. S. senator over Gov. LaGrange 16.. 16 18 '18 taking it. I have taken several

1. 7( Broward. Titusville 22,9 37 4 result.In months."I. and. .am. entirely. . .cured.. . . *

.f_ Returns received from all over the City Point 9. 2 9 6 ,' have gaIned la strength andl
54' 35 50 32 / be-
Duncan Rockledge /like different person.
give
state up to noon yesterday Eau Gallie 28 20 13 11 the Peru, Is all that Iclalmc4\

:' ; U. Fletcher a lead over Governor Melbourne 1 3 9 1 Mrs. I it." I
,. Broward for U. S. senator of 4,084 I Malabar 18 14 4 3 -
coal tar
; such as prepara
.4 votes. The total tabulated vote so Grant 17 3 16 2 15 3 18 9 "I are doing a great deal of barm.

*'', far for senator gives Broward 22,146, Georgiana Banyan 12 11 9 11 eb medicines and headache powder

Fletcher 26,544. For governor Gil- Merritt 12 5 2 1 cine, all alike,-heart aepre anU and
"
; not be used. The nerve would
1 ,'",, christ 27,822, Stockton 19,159. Hauloyer 0 0 5 6 11 right,if the digestion were good.
These figures represent about four- Canaveral 1 -1 3 4 three correct the digestion.

t fifths of the total vote of the state - ._ .___ nu __ __ _'__ ---
I Total majorities 188 5 131 5 1,58 20 107 22
which Fletcher a lead over. 22
: gives 5 5 20 I
-c. Broward of more than 4,000 votes, - -
Net majorities 183 132 138 85
fe, and Gilchrist over Stockton of more

I i= than 8,000 votes. It expected that Fletcher's gain in second primary 51. I
1 L4; the remainder of the returns will not Gilchrist's gain in second primary 53. fflghGradeReedOrgallsTr

i 4 materially affect the general result I --- --

I I. but may increase the majorities for give up his business relations with

.
.i ; Fletcher and Gilchrist. the place.

'. : Fletcher carriedAlachuaBradford, The concession of the governmentto

I f .\ Citrus Columbia, DeSoto, Duval, the demands brings the matter to \ g .

; ;-.: Elscambia Gadsden, Hernando Hills- a satisfactory conclasion and the // \ .Arf" Essscf6 AK A*}
P. and 0. S. S. line and Hotel Colonial QiiJ.lll !
/ a. borough,Jefferson, Leon, Levy.Mad- '
.
i i I ) 1 rt !
I will continue to be operated '
," S > ison, Manatee, Marion Monroe. Orange \ \\t flfJ ,. \f l I I11
1. :. ; '!'t., Osceola, Polk Putnam, Su- during the tourist season, the same ::! : 1 S) 1\
ft :i 1 :
\.. J : tt4 wanee, Sumter and Walton. as heretofore.- -_--- -- .o. \\11 11'r\\'r[,\ ";;':- ,I;..' ft".9t' 77vt. < t t.\t" I

...eJro.. Gilchrist carried Alachua, Baker, \ i;-lJ.-d'i' i ,

l .'... Bradford, Citrus, Clay, Columbia, EVER WATCHFUL \ \'\ =_.. :.;;.;.,i I I
I. ; DeSoto, Duval, Escambia Franklin, -+----- M I
Will Save Titus- ) \ ;! n", .i :i W
A Little Care Many \ 'I ..._._
!F ,Gadsden, Hamilton, Hillsborough, ) ., '1: .1'J i'
"Jov- villa Readers Future Trouble
t\: ;, ;: .;,', Jackson,Jefferson, Lake Leon Levy, '' ;1'' j i : ,4 j "

:.., .;.t. i. i 't5-, if'.'..' Madison, Manatee, Monroe, Nassau:; S\\at",.tthitthchue the 1i.it!uc\Mcrcti'nia the smtrr hue..fb'M'il? : \..'.,v J.! t'wrwurs.- (:'":/ \J k21.\ .

,,.; Orange, Osceola, Polk, Putnam St. The di-,chares nat cxes,ni.: "r itifnij in: \ ''' '' : "
t "
1J,1 :
,. ('oiitans no 'brit K Uu-t like"stditueut. 1 r-
;., ;j ff. ." : Johns and Walton. 11,itn's Ki'liiv Pill- will dn this fur vmi 'It.e "i. ) : .......s.-1.-.plti 1 \ 1C : I'' .\. '
?' ; ,--;? THE STAR publishes! in another colfu41 They watch th(' kidneys awl tun: tlinwh" ; h .' ::i r' ): \ 'c.
h '" .l ,l
.1 1 : -!! thy are sitkTitn'svilU1 '- I '
'; t, {.J umn a comparative statement of the U->.tinn>ny proves it. (: ,I'j, I ... \ ',I I'" ,
1. -- -
9'r. ;' vote in Brevard in both the first and l Mrs. J sephin A. Lewis, living fcl/1 .= 11'' hrl -- _' ,ui.----1'
Hon \ \;. Gi'carbt'! t Gorernflr Elect -
. "
\ I I I:7' ?
, ; I second primaries, which i is interesting Titu illf, Fla, says "For sometime F -: T ISi7MLjL&1I

.. and shows a decided gain in the I'suffered from a \\eakn>:v> of '1\" L : \ I ) I I : I: t.1. ....._
. Stomach Troubles
;
t second primary for Fletcher and Gilchrist. I the kidneys and an irregular actionof 'I J \ \T__ '_..
secretions caused me great an- ;Manv: r*nrtafir cnn: .ftumoir i.tl\'I ..i'. :
r.-} I I' ::-
"J' h.ev'e !xt t, tf{"'h'"I :.v In: Sr:a:j 'M'U4'htiil o-.y J : _.
\t noyance My back was also very Ln TiV, ii, 11.1,1 1 .
r i- -in an i \\ > ,, f. .c'
lame and weak and 1 suffered con .. ... ,. .. 'A .
t .ul u. 't t\v> th" 'j- !11 1 1;jrs t fuifli "'::. -... 11, 1"\ -- .
, i Agreed to Terms santly.from. a dull, nagging pain tine anti [t""Uu>-:it vu-u-M t.y a tn '>OTf :-::: --- ... .
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:
S! I'lite 2t'eltlr. -
t'u!" t t- 'tutpk '>- :;
restwell .
; 3 Persons arriving at Miami a few through my loins I could not frat Tiume l"h"I.a" =- ;- -
y. --
at night and at time was in -
--- ---- --
r- ?! days ago from Nassau by the schooner I
such a miserable condition that I
{ i f r, er Equator brought the information could not attend to my household Pianos Wanted

jt that the house of assembly in session: duties. I used several remedies but If you have a piano you wish to

:4 .1: #th ,', there had granted the demands made did not obtain much relief. I finally ell we will sell it fur you on 10 percent
. ; commis..it1n. Indian River Music PFor
learned of Doan's Kidnev Pills and
1St'" 1 by Mr. Flagler for a renewal of the obtained them. They pro\edtobe house, Titua\ile!l Fla.
.,1.: mail contract between the English
far more beneficial to me than another >
i1f. r : government and the P. and 0. S. S. remedy I had previously used. NoticeNotice

)(:, Line. The lameness and soreness across '' is hereby given that the tax .

(l:: r ;' < It'wIll be remembered that Mr. my back vanished, my kidney secretions assessor will meet with the board o f
-rJ ? Flagler demanded of the British acted regularly and I now feel I II county commissioners of Bre\ard county sale by the
:..<7. government I stronger and better in every way. I' Florida, at the clerk's, office at Ti- .
:,, r- three conditions for the renewal give Doan's Kidney Pills credit for t svill\!, Florida on the 6th day of: July,
:!:" 1 of. the mail contract which I this great change in my condition." 1908, at 2 o'clvck p. m., for the purpose INDIAN RIVER

if' ; expires December 31st, next. One For sale by all dealers. Price 50 :: of hearing complamb and receiving testimony -
r 1- as to the value of any property
: contract instead of cents. Foster-Milburn Co.ew real fixed the count
was a five-year : or personal as by
f > York, sole agents for the United MUSIC HOUSE
assessor of taxes for the year 1908 and
; F I ; ten; the sum of $25,000 year instead States. ,
I of perfecting reviewing and equalizing:
rj'I e \ tJ! of $17,500, and thirty-five instead Remember the name DoanV--and :, the assessment rolls for said jear.K .

:. : of forty trips of the steamer take no other. A, CONKLLXG TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Chairman of Board of County Commissioners -
between Nassau and Miami.
Miami
? Flonda.
Brevard
Count,
': < In the event, of the government re- Draying (Attest)

',' ":' fusing to grant the above terms Mr. ray ngor hauling of all kinds promptly A. A. STEWART
attended to. Meet all trains.H. Clerk of Circuit Court and Clerk of ; sr t.t'irj'tO4k S
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,', Flagler stated that he would close I II E. HOLTOV, I Board of County Commissioners.By :113:1 itJ"'
; --w the Hotel Colonial at Nassau and I TitusMlle, Fla. 0. A. Stewart, Deputy.
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= ,i1Ii ">,', rt ,that'could"be done to relieve the I IS COMING TO FLORIDA.' ,

.DIf'D' + }}; little one-from Its suffering failed and I ROLLINS COLLEGE .

.f'#) In' a few hours it died. Live Oak Slayer of Theo. Estes Will Reside in *

,, : 5 IFAiLFLiRIDAthe Democrat Tallahassee. Floxrlda's: Oldest College .

'-;t: ; ,, eone< -x: k' The American Exchange I Bank of Florida is to be the home of the fa- trial Art and Biuine i
Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now going up; electric light; team and :
t Iwe?i IUds De- Jacksonville after being open only mous Judge Loving who came into notoriety fnvaee heat;large fseultrperfect health condition*; tine |tymnainm. athletic field; ;' r

,<.' ..:t" :_"" "" ,"":"....i.Mili eighteen days, was closed for business last year as the slayer of Theodore tennis court*,golf link; bace-ball and basket-balltesml champion of ilortd this '
;" year. K early a quarter million dollar endowment; expense mod>&rate-* t olarhip* ; t
,, ;f = }_{ ""'t.r tH Penlnsnla by order of State Comptroller Croom. Bates.in Virginia. The story of arallable. Christian but undenominational: ;stands forCultlire ;. .-
'y lCharacter
1 Salald'aspleadid,celebration of Serious charges are made against the his removal to this State is told in A Con.du.oteit ; \:t !i' r

.Jefferson,Davis' birthday. directors and. officers, alleging misap- Richmond dispatch, as follows: > session begins October 7. For catalogue address the President .j 'es

: propriation of the depositors' money According to Information received ; ..
}The=Wllaonfioomer_ Fertilizer Com- Wm. F. BLACKMAN Ph. D. Winter Park Fla.
: fraudulent entries on the books and here from Livingston the home of ,
( Siyultdllstart a new industry inJaetaonvflle .
c.j other illegal acts. Judge William G. Loving and the
,,the manufacture of bags
: scene of the tragedy which stirred the
'W3 or;their:.products. Pensacola is now practically assured
-.. country a few months ago when Judge KIBLINGER <
a '.l+ .,The. annual meeting of the County of the success of its ,big tourist hotel Loving shot Theodore Estes for alleged AUTOMOBILE.I'

.!.r '.Commissioners and Good Roads Association proposition. Enough money has indignities offered the judge'3 ::BUggy Typo ,

;\: : :.t of Florida: will convene inj been subscribed to warrant proceeding daughter Judge Loving has been of- +

:l. Ocala on Tuesday morning June 23. with the erection- the half-mil fered and has accepted the positionof HIGH. WHEELS SOLID TIRES, STANDARD TREADSS'T'S .j = 4r

lion dollar structure which will when
:: There will be no more Sunday shaving counsel for the Seaboard Air Line and I !
completed be operated bj the Hervey : -uip; ,
; :), et in the barber shops of Jacksonville at Tallahassee Fla.., and soon will
:" Hotel; Company on a scale similar t6 Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD Fort Pierce Fla. i t.
the council ,
,; city having passed leave with his family to make his .
that of the Cawthon at Mobil, man- .
:. ; an ordinance requiring Sunday clos home there.It :
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aged by Hervey Brothers. :
, -"x I E ing. is understood that the greatest Tampa is Ambitious. Big Fire at Sanford. :: !
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.: : Messrs. Mathis and Ray have one Privates Joseph T. Henry 'and. Geo. incentive for the change of residenceof (Tampa Tribune.) A dispatch from Sanford dated r 4 1

{. I' Roberts of the lllthe Coast Artillery the family has been the social os-
" of the largest cantaloupe and melon That al} of the foreign shipping Tuesday says:
, Corps, stationed at Fort Dade on Eg- tracism since the not only of *
tragedy, .
_\ farms in Florida. Their acreage of from this. section will ultimately be The warehouse and machine shopsof

'", watermelons in ,Marion: county is 790 mont Key, in Tampa Bay are in serious the judge but of the young lady and done direct from Tampa now seems G. H. Fernald and the packinghouse t I

,< and in'cantaloupes, 500.Galnsvllle trouble and will probably be the remainder of the family as well. assured. The establishment of the of Chase & Co., burned Monday ,

J- tried before the federal court on the Public sentiment has been with the night. )
has a busy season ahead new docks of the Hendry & Knight is
r charge of robbing the postoffice at victim of the tragedy to such an extent '
The fire discovered in the
in the building trades. It is stated but one of the many water front im- was rear
Egmont Key. They have already been that Miss Elizabeth has not been j
r
of Fernald's machine about. ,
part shop
that the contracts let in that city provements that will be made in Tampa's 1 1
indicted and it is more than likely recognized in social circles since. i
12:30 and all efforts to
allay
) and others soon to be closed involve water front within the next few a. m.
they will be sentenced to the peniten- Women of the community recently un .
: the flames by the fire were ;
j:: building operations to the extent of years the most recent contemplationbeing company .
i tiary. veiled a pretentious monument to the unavailing. The fire spread to the
nearly half a million dollars. that of the Seaboard Air Line ,

A sad parody on the effect of Amer- memory of Estes and at the time of which was decided on during the vis- packing house of Chase & Co. one of .
Exports from the port of Pensacola -
for the month of May exceeded in ican civilization was seen on Twelfth this ceremony sentiment was again it of the officials to Tampa this week.A the best of its kind in the State which ,1

naval street yesterday after|oon. An elderly revived against the Lovings. greater portion of the $3,000,000certificate was also consumed. The losses are' t. I
valuation 1000000. Cotton
Indian squaw with two children Judge Loving formerly was manager issue will be devoted it is variously estimated at from $65,000( ,
stores formed the
lumber and tobacco was leading 'an Indian buck for Thomas F. Ryan at Oak Ridge said on good authority to the build- to $75,000 only partly protected by t- .

principal items for export, Great Brit- and it is presumed that it was throughMr. insurance.'I
had
presumably her husband. He ing of terminals here on Grassy Is- :

ian being the largest customer. partaken too freely of the stuff that Ryan that he secured the present land, and a depth of at least 24 feet of -a'1 a

, The United States dredgeboat Flor intoxicates, and the squaw was lead- offer. water will be provided. This will allow Born in Iowa ,

ida is now at work at Gilbert's bar. ing him safely across the street. The all of the tramp steamers that Our Family were all born and raised in :
k from the St. Passes Into the Hands of a Receiver Iowa, and have used Chamberlain's Colic
f the channel I
deepening scene was pathetic. Following this now go to Port Tampa to take on their Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy (made at Des r
i' river to deep water. When the Miami Metropolis.) Moines for We know how it is
Lucie party was another Indian brave, en- here, and'lt is believed will ) years. good
boats drawing A petition praying for a receiver cargoes from long experience in the use of it In fact ,
is completed
4 dredging Joying the width of the walk being untimately mean that Tampa will be when in EI Paso, Texas the writer's life was r3

thirty feet will be able to enter the St. too: full to tread the narrow path of and order appointing a receiver for the real shipping point from this ter saved by the prompt use of this remedy. We
the Osceola Fruit and Vegetable Association are now engaged IB the mercantile businessat
Lucie. his forest life.-Miami Metropolis. ritory. Xarcoossee, Fla. and have introduced the
Colonel John C. Pepper an old and of Fort Lauderdale. has been During their visit to Tampa the officials I remedy here It has proven very successful !
honored citizen of Punta Gorda, died While fishing at Norris' Cut Wed- filed in the office of the county clerk. I and is growing in favor,-Lnnis Bros. This
for bonefish Mr. George H. of the Seaboard went over all remedy is for sale by Titusville Pharmacy.
at his home in that town last Friday nesday The prayer is by T. A. Price, et
for the
; He 84 Van Vleck of the yacht Novia, hooked |al. treasurer of the concern and in it of the government survey deepening I
s and was buried Saturday. was of the channel into Tampa Bay Harpooned Monster Jew Fish
descent and landed a 28-pound permit. The he sets up that the Osceola Fruit and
English
years old and was of fight it requiring and found that conditions are ideal for One of the largest fish caught for
fish
put up a game Vegetable Association was organized
coming to Florida eighteen years ago the establishment of extensive termi- some time in the Hillsborough river
hour to kill it. The
nearly half an per- on November 14, 1903 for the pur-

o- from Illinois. mit is a specie of the pompano, and pose of buying and selling land growing nals on Grassy Island. It is under- was captured Sunday by Capt. Augustus j .

About twenty-five carloads of melons very rarely caught with hook and and marketing fruit and vegetables stood that at least $1,500,000 will be Crawford of the tug boat Mary a i '

have left here this season. The Mr. VanVleckwas expended on the terminals here. Lee. He observed a huge fish in the I
line. That caught by etc. That it has never been a
price has fallen from $200 to $100 per above the average size and hone paying venture but that failure has The conditions here it is said are water and promptly harpooned It. After -

car and there is not a very great demand of three taken in local waters in attended every effort; that it owes: much better than they were at Savannah a strenuous struggle of an hour t

at this price. About 100 to 150 the past several years so far as is him the sum of $2,500 and various when the Seaboard took over and a half he managed to kill it, with

crates of tomatoes are leaving here known. The largest of the three other sums, together with a mortgage Hutcbinson's island which is just opposite -the aid of Joe Parsons, who is runningfor

: daily.Wauchula Advocate. Savannah and after spendingin councilman for West Tampa, and 4
35 and Pas killed by
weighed pounds, in the sum of $4.000 held by the First
the distance the neighborhood of $2,000,000, Mr. Jensen who is a friend of theirs
make -
An automobile can Heinkle at Soldier Key
.i... Captain Albert National Bank of St. Augustine.The .
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made the finest terminals south of aboard with block and
between DeLand and Daytona Heinkle and hoisted it a
Captain
three years ago. prayer also charges a gross mis

1. noW in quick order. Only about a was with Mr. VanVleck.-Miami Me management of the affairs of the as- Baltimore. It was necessary to spend tackle. It turned out to be a Jewfish t

fourth of the road yet remains to be thousands of dollars in piling there, weighing 6531-2 pounds and was sev-
:-: tropolis. sociation; that there is no money in
," S shelled and Contractor Cannons will the treasury that the concern is en- where _much of this will not be nec- en feet seven inches long. Captain

finish this big contract within the A Narrow Escape. tirely insolvent and that its only asset essary at the Grassy Island waterfront Crawford had to weigh it In sections

i time agreed upon-next January-De- (Gainesville Sun.) is a certain tract of land of small owing to having small scales. It WAS
The Tampa Northern terminals will caught from the tugboat Mary Lee.
j Land Record. Providence was certainly kind to but unknown value. By these condi-
. I alsobe on Grassy Island and this spot Mrs. Crawford sent portions of it to
Pineapples lire now going forwardat the employes of C. A. Colclough at tions etc., a receiver for the associa- ,
seems destined to be the great term! man of her numerous fnenda. It
the rate of forty to fifty carloads a his big cantaloupe farm Tuesday, ton is Braved.
nal point of south-west Florida. Just was caught about a quarter of a mile
day. The crop will be quite short which probably saved many lives and The order made by Judge Jones
when work will be commenced by the the river above the Fortune street
!1 I and will probably not exceed the total some valuable stock. It was a mat- names Mr. Reed A. Bryan of Fort up
Seaboard depends, in a large measure bridge. The captain has caught some
, shipped last year which was 375,000 ter of only a few minutes, but thosj Lauderdale, receiver for the associa
on the completion of the plans, after large fish this season, already but
crates. A full crop would be in the who would have been the victims feel 'tion, his bond being fixed at $2,000.
the survey has been made. It is this is the largest as jet.-Tampa
neighborhood of GOO.OOO crates.-SL thankful that they are safe.
Preparing For Tourist TravelA understood here that a corps of engineers Times.
Lucie County Tribune. Mr. Colclough, who is now engagedin
train load of railroad ties armed will shortly arrive in Tampa
Official orders have been sent out picking his crop has twenty-sit Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Contain -
here yesterday morning from the for the purpose of making the sunejand
militia that'the State has men employed in his field. Just fifteen Mercuryas
_' to the State
the establishment
north and later on was sent out forthe drawing the plans for )

taken possession of the government. minutes before 12 o'clock duringa purpose of distributing the ties of the terminals.No mercury will surely destroy the sense of

' arsenal at St. Augustine and that the : thunderstorm, lightning struck a smell awl completely derange the whole system -
along the railroad north of this city. ---r--
headquarters of the adJutau"t general large oak tree under which the hands In the train were twentj.six carloads Need of Suffering from Rheuma- when entering it through the mucotfc i

have been moved to that city from have been accustomed to eat their tism surfaces. Such articles should never be Used. #
which made a very long string. The except on prescriptions from reputable pfcvsiciaos
which all official business will be lunch and feed the stock employed on I work of repairing the road-bed northof I It is a mistake to allow anyone to suffer as the damage they will do u ten fold

the future. the farm badly demolishing the same. from rheumatism, as the pain can always be to the good you can pt.lISbibl derive froai
transacted in Miami is going on quite rapidly anda relieved, and in most cashes cure is effected by them. Hall's Catarrh i'ure.umuuUcturfd by +

election was held in The ult'nwrQ working within 150 large gang of men is employed In applying (Chamberlain Liniment The relief F J. Cheney & l'o", Toledo <>.. contains nt-
A municipal yards of the tree, and felt the shock from pain which it affords is alone worth mercury, and is taken internally *vtintdirettly )
Tampa Tuesday when Major WilliamH. the work, which will continue throughthe many times its cost. It makes sleep and rest upon the blood and uucoiis Mirfevta

defeated by Frank L dstiuctly.: For an instant excitement summer.. The bridge gang is also possible. Even in cases of tonIC standing this of the system. In buying Halls Catarrh I
Frecker was prevailed but the men were liniment should be used on account of the relief Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken
Wing by 126 votes. Judge Harry A. at work on the various trestles and which it affords. I>o not be diMwirafcwl internally and nude in Toledo. Ohio. by F J,

I re-elected. Gordon Keller soon quieted when the heavy travel of next winter until you have given its trial Forsale by Cheney <&. to. Testimonial free.
Peeples was It was certainly fortunate that the Titusville Pharmacy S.I.lt.y druggists. Price 75c. per bottle. ..
re-elected treasurer and Captain sets in again the road will be in per- Take Hall's Family rills: for tonstiiMtiuu
was there --- -
before
r stroke occurred noon or t
defeated the present fect shape. In many sections of the Exhibition.
W. A. Johnson wholesale funeralon A Missionary: +
have been a
Franklin Pimblej. might road new rails are being put in and Harsh physics reatt weaken the bowels
city clerk for today, anti man women and London. JlneAs one of the preliminary -
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iXians Reruletsoperateeasily
only the heaviest iron is being used cause (constipation
Dr. A. C. Hamblin, county physician children might have been husband- as indications point to a great use of events of the great Pan Anglican ; tone the tonub cure constipation25c .

makes an unfavorable report as to the less and fatherless Pullman next winter.Ii Church Conference, which wily Ask your druggist: for thiui.
heavy cars
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condition of the Blount convict campin open in London the middle of this I

visit ami News-Record. month. exhibition was open- WANTEi-Seennd band hays!! and burlap
county. On a recent Italian Conspiracy Averted a unique
Manatee any kind any quantity. anywhere; we pat
of Inspection he found that the food Last Friday afternoon the Italians Cypress Shingles in Dade County ed today by the London Missionary freightKIUIMONI la(.,'(>.. Kicbmond A

served was very limited in quantity comprising the railroad section gang One of the latest business enterprise SocieHIt is called "Pictures in I I .

and poor in quality. Other conditions under foreman Cochran came to the ; to be started in this county is the Model" and is an adaptation of the CITATION NOTICE

t were found entirely unsatisfac conclusion that they needed a new manufacture of cypress shingles, at historical pageant except that it will IX TilE CIR< UIT COURT ISsn rot

tory. boss and straightway began devising least there Is a movement on foot to tell the stories of the missionary stations BIEY.\lm {'I iJSfY. 'I..uRW.\

4 has Cochran start the intlustrj. A gentleman from throughout the world Winston I UI\MCB\
Professor L. W. Buchholz who ways and means of putting Mr. I,
i ; Canada, who is well acquainted with Churchill presided at the opening exercises Royal J. \\hitney (4'iin>Uinjnit vv M..tbi<-uJ
and pedaI The interpreter,
filled the chair of philosophy out of the vvaj. I i >oa\lelle and his wife Eliza! M. >wuviell..
e awl her bii-,bdcd. '
gogy in the west of In the Pageant Hall there will I* I j Lafayette Hoyt DeFiic, ikfeudsuts:
since 1901. has resigned mutineers and started to warn Mr trip to cypress swamps I
Tallahassee
at Lauderdale and he was so favorably presented a "Pageant of Darkness and Xns-It.SWEST IJU'ESD\STti
Fort NOTICE
that position to assume the Cochran, when the wretches divininghis II

I superintendent of public instruction intention, assaulted him with sho'iels impressed with the outlook Light" Stirring words original mu- I ToStrabC. iHiFnene and her husband: I.afayette .

t duties of in Hillsborough county for and picks and would have killed that he at once began to form plansto sic and beautiful scenery will be combined i.I Hoyt DerrieMDefuulauta..

start shingle mill. There are in this endeavor to enlist the I : HEREBY KL(JUIKL1> TO .U*-
a
Mr. Cochran not YOl1:1
nominated in the recent him on the spot had
which he was I the Hill Complaint Sled herein
of spectacular
drawn his revolver and driven them thousands of acres of cypress trees in most up-to-date form I at'.int you in! the above entitled cause, vu or

primary. was badly if the Everglades and although the tim- appeal in the cause of missionary pro before the third day of August .*. D. 19ts.
A little child of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. away. The interpreter THE FLORID STAB> hereby designated; a iII
in the paganda.A
months, not dangerously injured. He was ber is .not as large as some the newspaper in which this! order shall be
Buser aged about eighteen i it will bea "Hall of Religions" is to show, week for consecutive
sent to the hospital and has not been i northern part of the State II published once a eight
the .
absent from room
while all were when cut into i amid surroundings which recall their weeks.
gr of profit up i
Friday afternooa I heard from. His assailants were immediately source Witness my Laud and seal. of office tLis 5th
where the child was. taken into custody and plac shingles. Up to date machinery will original settings objects books and I day of June \. D. 1\11.\ ",

by some means got hold of a bottle of I: installed and it is expected that devices by which man has sought the J J' Seal of \ A. \ STEWART,
fit. and spilled the fluid ed in jail. Mr. Cochran is to be con- be : ISreuitCourt )i Clerk Circuit Court,
carbolic acid his escape.-Fort operations will begin In about a world over to give expression to his By I). A. Stewart_ C.
gratulated upon
t1- all over the front part of its little {month Miami \ewRecord. iunate aspirations to worship. I>. L. (iaiUrn, Complainant's Solicitor.
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:: : : -' Ion lawyers have greater weight In prices of finished steel products. charged with leading young girls DO YOU GET UP
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be councils of the Republican party Chairman Gary of the steel trust an- astray was again acquitted by the

.jfIJffKr I [ I I TAB. than the 2.000.000 men and' women In nounced that there had been agree-I New York Jury WITH A LAME I

: I. be federation. ment to reduce billets from $28 which heard the evident *

ton structural iron from
; Garrison Assails Militarism. a, $1.70 a I e. Besides the y
hundred to $LGO and other products i direct confessions of Kilacj trouble Kates You
In a stirring address before the .
] Friends' society at Philadelphia William similarly. The price of iron ore at the girls in the case who reads :

: ON THE WORLD Lloyd Garrison sow of the fa- the same time was cut 50 cents a ton.. telling of the time papers Almost is everybody sure to bow of the .

I ; and place of tbe Im- mads ;
mons abolitionist said that President Fourth Gould Road Ra eiver. cures
t I U! I!
Roosevelfs dream of national pomp Upon the petition of tbe National proper relations the II Kilmer'

.. and power had "called Into expression Car Wheel Company of New York the circumstantial evi'a tc-k" Il the great kic 1=

;f ,... the latent brutality of the masses" and district court at Toledo, O. has ap- deuce<< << was ?strong, Y-I and bladder
i 'It is the
," that the nation 'was forsaking all Christian pointed Vice President Worthington of but Hitchcock put Raymond Hitch- cal iumpb of
National Convention .
Republican ethics In lust for power and he: Wheeling and Lake Erie receiverfor up a general denial.cock. teenth :

Opens at Chicago With Taft's wealth. lIe went on to say that the the road which is the fourth Gould who'll was sup'. o led by his valet and .,1 I covered after

S. human wrecks about the streets the property to go into the hands of a the mother! uf one of the girls sIded t1 ..;it 1 scientific :

: : Nomination Conceded by Allies; slums. where crime and poverty: go receiver. The proceeding was a friendly with hisi. Tbe actor till faces other 1 _M Dr. Kilmer,

4. : and a 'Radical! Roosevelt Flat- and in hand "are simply the legalized one. The petition says that the road barges but is out on bail and they I_ cent kidney

: expression of legalizedvrong.." In Is in debt to the extent: of over $28- nay never come to trial -- der specialist :

c : 'form Prepared-Contest Over his opinion -tumultuous This wonderfully successful in promptly
receptionof 000000. move is understood. Pcuch With $30.CCO Gone. lame back kidney bladder, uric
Second Place-Protest Against the fleet on the Pacific coast stimulates however to be a preliminary step to Postal authorities admit that they bles and Bright's Disease which is

: ideals of international enmity and the reorganization of the Gould system cannot place! their hands on a mail form cf kidney trouble.Dr. .

., Injunction Plank-Virginia and bloody retaliation swollen patriotism George Gould the head of the system. pouch containing $;oO,000 or more Kilmer's Swamp-Root is

T In Line Meeting and Insular pride" before sailing for Europe gave an interview which bad disappeared In transit from ommended far. everything but if you
Kentucky Bryan -
Soeialist.Labr Convention.The in which he explained that the Los Angeles to New York. From the ney liver cr bladder trouble it will

of Edward and Nicholas: leaders of the Socialist-Labor latest receln.rship"as inevitable after checking system employed for registered just the remeayyou in need. It work lw

; Brings Warning From Kaiser. party' have decided to hold! their national the Waba&h-Pittsburg had defaulted pouches such as this the time of In practice so many among ways the hospital helpless too;

<, convention at New York. July the latter -being "unfortunately its disappearance was pretty well chase relief and has proved so

>: ;! Unrest In India Causes Drastic 2. expecting to name a full ticket in overcapitalized he admitted. Still. known and the place was somewhereIn evrycase that a special arra .

opposition to the regular Socialists: under the Wabash was "a fine property with the Kansas City division. It is been made by which all readers cf

Measures- Revolt In Korea the leadership of Debs. great earning pow(>rs." When asked merely guessed that the theft took who have not already tried 'it. may

Spreads. it[ he bad abandoned his transcontinental place In the temporary substation sample bottle sent free by mail, also:

Aainst Oklahoma Agitation.* plans he replied that every where the bags are transferred in that telling more about Swamp-Root and
f ,Business men and delegates from find out if you have kidney or bladder
t youngster "has to hare the measles city.
commercial clubs met at Oklahoma When mention reading this
writing
'I POLITICAL I and whooping cough. implying that
City to begin an active campaign! offer in this paper and
ic would go forward with his plans
... against, further restrictive and radical later on. He pointed to the increased I INDUSTRIALGreat I send your address to .'tot.-..... .
c Taft's Nomination ConC !ed. legi lation. The chief address was Dr.Kilmer&C9.Bing. 1
earnings of tbe Western Union as an hamton. N. Y. The
';, In advance of the actual gatheringS made by President Simmons* of the ..
evidence of better times ahead. but Assured. regular fifty cent and n-ot
S the Republican national convention Simmons hardware combination of St. Crops dollar sizes sold all
; complained that tbe political campaign are by goodC
Chief Statistician Clark of the de-
at Chicago the two important questions Louts He made a strong plea for the:
the railroads bad
against been frightful -
partment of agriculture now estimates Don't make any mistake but rt:
nave railroads by showing how their '
oes sa.
+ of candidate'and platform
in its He said had .
effects. It cost the name Swamp-mot Ir K iacr s
that the of 100S will be
x' been virtually answered while a free IOQ of extension work bad thrown the: shareholders of the Missouri Pacific crops Root And the address, Ilinghampt.. :
for all tussle for'the running mate is :00,000 men out of work. Herald there 1000.000 last the direct worth $16CO.OOOCOO. as the conditionsof on every hottl
\;' could be no general until over year, all the principal crops is favorable
still looked for by some. Even the prosperity reduction In the
managers of the the railroads are able to participate.He cause being a and a good yield assured. This is the New Mail Bag to Save:
freight and passenger rates and an
?. allies conceded : was against government ownership ninth consecutive year of good crops. Through substitution of a "

that Taft would which would come If the railroads Increase in the operating expenses. This report his given renewed hope to ba; Second Assistant i & *
Gould said he admirer of
was a great
's have a safe majority were not let alone to work out the prosperity boomers. eral McOeary is t ouxklermc
Taft who had shown good Judmf.'ntwhen
f of the del- their salvation. which he believes n :ii cat
on the bench.
1 e gate s for nis Victory For Governor Hughes.At As to his family matters he announced anneal postoince deficit by seve:

nomination for last Governor Hughes of New that all opposition to the marriage I FOREIGNThe I lion dollars, says a Wa-b 1act
? \ 1 patch. Th.* new sack n.-!
vas
I d president on the York has won his fight against the of his sister Mme Anna Could!

I 1' v first ballot after race track
a 7t the action of the bills having passed the and that he hoped to attend the King Edward and QuC(>Alexandra wa n"c "j-Mrr to barn a : ?

: national committee senate! in extra session 2U to "-J. Theseare : wedding of England were the guests of Czar for sledge 1 service It "Tt Uh*
over three pounds ont"-lal!' .!!
on the .
the same bills which were defeated Nicholas of Russia last week eichaag:
various claims Beef Prices Still Higher. a* the u'!d style If I U :r. !:
\ by a tie vote In April since which Ing visits from
,. ___, of contesting The beef trust again: has advancedthe terproof. where-s the nJd ;ik
time a special election bad returned their respective
price of meats to wholesalers to a de' ..
eeti\ In th+ respect
had
( delegations one new senator for the bills. Still this royal yachts off _.
point one-third beyond the high mark \ --- -
ti been taken. In would not have won the day bad not the port of Revel
reached on June 1. and retail prices are A Twenty-year
nearly every Senator Foelker. who has been seriously whither the
e, Frank H. Hitchcock. the Taft higher than at any time in over ten / "1 have
case ill with weakened heart. made a czar had come just completed a tw -
yp.The scarcity<< of cattle is givenby trace imposed by ueklt'o'rDi 50c'r
in Louisiana -
seated. Only
delegates were special trip Albany, accompanied by from Peterhof
.
which cured me of bleeding piles j .
the packers as the reason for the
: was provision made for splitting his doctor to cast his vote for the bills i by special night! years aw" writes O S. \\uulovtr of
t latest advance. This is attributed to f
F r the delegation equally between the Revise train under villa, X Y Burk Jen's Arnica ,
Senators to Tariff.
'. black contestants and the regulars or the money panic, which prevented the 'b" strong militaryguard the worst sores, bmk. b 'rD :
k carried Members of the United States senate cattlemen and farmers from carrying in the shortest time. 25c. at &
Whites. This decision
-Lfly __ The oar
finance committee held a meeting atNew through the winter the usual numberof .rr Store. .
of neither of > -- -
r with It the recognition 7 / gave a banquet
I York. June 11. and appointed young animals. Then it is said that O.A. J3 0' ? O :3EI: :X.
and the
the state committees promise his
a subcommittees for the purpose of be- farmers could not afford to feed the ;e- .. on yacht Bears the Mils '" "
1 of a reorganization of the party In tnat Standart. during
a state. ginning the gathering of data for the corn to the cattle owing to the high which Rigutun cCl-.I-fP..
speeches
revision of the tariff at the next session price that cereal brought during tbe _'_.4- cI :
One of the senatlonal Incidents of full of good will
of congress. The house committeehas formation of the corner by Patten.
King Edward.
r the early contests was the dismissal of shown no signs of activity. and international Handy For Lovers.A .
> Frank El. Hitchcock the Taft manager Forming a Piano Trust Now. amity were made in English A squadron disappearing paper has

t s and Roosevelt representative from the Virginia Loyal to Bryan. The largest combination of piano of British: misers accompanied the demised for lovers' corre!

committee by Chairman hew after, Despite the known opposition of Sen- makers yet undertaken has been incorporated klny's yacht The European look is steeped in sulphuric acid and

Hitchcock was disposed to insist on ator Daniel to the third candidacy of in New Jersey under the name upon tte Interchange as completingthe certain time crumbles into dust.Tiitt's

i remaining in the committee room. Bryan for the presidency the Democrats tt the American Piano company witha peace unJer tandUig based upon

A statement issued at Washington of Virginia In state convention at capital of ?aOOO.OOO of 7 per cent the isolation of Germany.The .

asserted that the administration had Roanoke decided to Instruct delegatesto preferred stock and $0.000.000 of common Russian douma by a vote of 19-1

decided to throw Its influence to Cor- support the Nebraskan at Denver. stock. This merger Includes at to .* refused the appropriation of

telyou for the second place but this! Daniel at the last surrendered to the the outset the following concerns: $3000.000 with which to lay the keelsof

F was denied at the White House where will of the: people. Knabe & Co. ChIckering & Son and fonr new battleships this year.

it was said the president was keepinghis Kentucky Democrats Together. the Footer-Armstrong company. With Near Anarchy In Persia.

bands off the vice presidency and Harmony ruled In the Democraticstate the other companies to be controlled The unrest of the Persian populationwas FOR TORPID LIVER.

was neither for nor against Cortelyou. convention at Lexington, leaders the output of the trust Is estimated at A torpid liver deranges the
momentarily checked by the shah system and produces
of hitherto bitter factions 18.000 pianos a year, or about 70 per
First Draft of Platform. coming together but the Barnes were fanned by the anti-
cent of the high grade pianos. SICK HEADACHE
e' Attorney General Wade Ellis of Ohio and clasping hands. Bryan sen- Russian feeling In the border sections.At ,

Is credited with the distinction of have timent was rampant and dominant. The Wabash Quits Pittsburg.The Tabriz the stores were closed in Dyspepsia, Costiveness,

ing written the first draft of the plat- headquarters of the Wabash fear of the outbreak of fi hting. The matism, Sallow Skin and

form to be adopted by the Republican railroad has been removed from Pitts shah was compelled to use his troops There is no better remedy
I EXECUTIVETranslation J :
diseases than DR.
'+$ convention. He was on hand with the burg to Cleveland, and the new million at Teheran. The ultimatum of Russia common LIVER PILLS, as a trial

; document, which he had first taken to dollar depot and office building in for reparation In connection with the Take No Substitute.

Washington for the president and Sec- of Alien Papers. Pittsburg will be rented. raiding of Russian border towns expired -
---- -
s rotary Taft to edit As it stands It Postmaster General von L. Meyer Lift Insurance Disbursements. and the Russian forces were expecting I

I pledges the party unreservedly to the has Issued the expected order requiring The Insurance Press estimates that to burn and destroy as many I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

t T Roosevelt policies including the limitation that all foreign papers printed in the Insurance companies of America villages on the Persian border as bad .

:: of the courts' power of injunctionand any language except English shall sub- paid to insured persons and their beneficiaries been attacked in Rus&ia. W rJ :zi'-au- FLORIDA TIMES.

modification of the Sherman law: mit translations of their contents for of er in the recent outbreak is the &bab'J
last year a total $474.115 The Great State Paper
eo a* to permit "reasonable combina examination. The effect Is to be the of uncle.
3TJ most of which went to persons
.,"ldrlch.Vreeland DtlLY AND l \DA e> )(00.
tions. It refers to the virtual exclusion of the radical foreignpre&s Ths
small means Tbe disbursements of Mohmandj Suppressed.' Ttiree Mootbi. 'l o Six a uQlli
Tree-t currency law as a temporary expedient which could not afford the exp Twelve Months t-iOu
Th 2riiL h
the preceding year were S327.D7G.ia J. > punitive expedition under
pending the formation of a permanent 'nxe of translations.
General The Seml.WedJy mes.tnloo:
Wilicocks against the
t reorganization of the money Pullman Rates Put Up.
The Conservation Commission. Mohmaml tnLe-nien of northwest Inu .
The Farmer and fruit (]ro
system .\1 Lansing Mich., it is learned that
President Roosevelt has carried out r the rates on Pullman cars In that state completely the FrIda3.tItJe of the Semi; "'' d;'
; r', "Hands Off the Courts. the will of the recent are to be adtamed next month to halfa ijiocl, etc Tbe .
two|> *n(Qr II 00 [
;
G Eighteen Republicans of large corporate national The printl of actual hostilities
governors by i\illllntiD a cent a mile instead of on the trip was Mail us your eu seripuoaFlorldITlmisUlIol,13CtSOaliIlt!
L. influence and national reputation commission composed of eoiigressmen only! e.:b:en d.ijs The British losses!
basis as at present and the milE>ae
:" In their party have signed a petition and others of special fitness to con were TS billed and yonnd, d.
basis will soon be extended over the
".t. ,' to the resolutions committee of cider and ad\ 'e him on question relating toaatry Drastic Measures In India.

; the national convention to include in to the <(<"OllSt>rvatiou of the natural .
The licrregai t-ounril at Simla adopt 1,7 E
the platform the following declaration: resources. The commission is di

"A"? af.rn our vconfldenf-e in the ju! rhea into live sections. devoted respectively LEGAL-CRIMINAL til two emergency measures upon theurgnt
appeals of Lon Minto designedto
;A lice and Integrity of the courts state I to waters, forests lands check the revolutionary movementThe I

and national and we Insist that the I minerals au1 to an executive; committee l
first known the
preservation of their Independence and of which Chief: Forester Pinchotis Ten Ytars For Bank Lcoters. : as "exjilosnesbil
!, provid-s item puuichuaent for
full constitutional prerogatives Is es- the chairman Former Paying Teller Yoaug ami Auditor .
bomb outrages, end the second, the j
sentlnl to the maintenance of the Ileibor of the Farmers: Deposit There is no feed of anyone
Letter Boxes "
to Be Red. "pres bill. the executive to
American system of government. This National bank of Pittsburg. who had empowers mg long with this d.scase '- a
t The postoiSce department has decided all )< which in his effect
suppress pa; 'r-l: opinion a qUICk >ure it u oa.
of the attack > :
they proposed in view confessed to stealing $HXXtHA from :
to have all street letter boxes painted are inciting to criminal acts. Lord ary to take a few doses OtChamberlain's ;
upon the courts in the Democratic their ban! were sentenced by Judge I
a bright red so that they may be Mlnto said significantly that both were
platform of 1S06 and believing that a Younu to ten years in the enitentiary :
more readily found. to be reg-ml'il a1* exceptional measuresto
7- similar attack Is to be made this year Young said be was sorry to be there '
meet an exceptional situation
.: Prominent among the signers are Names of Battleships. but offered only the excuse that be beegait Colic Cholera

1 ; President Butler of Columbia on!!- Secretary Metcalf announces that the ; in a small3) to ie.o\er lo-: es Mcrcccan Pretender In Fez. ,

versitj Joseph II. Cbo. te. Cornelius X two new 20.000: ton battleships authorize of his' own with tbe intention of rl'im. Couriers arriving at Tangier say that Diarrhoea : .

a Bliss Benjamin F. Tracy. John W \l under the new naval bill will be hurlu: the bank. Heiber said be took MuL.i} hand, the insurgent claimant to

t Griggs. D. O. Mills and A. Barton Hep named the Florida and the Utah, the money to be'p: Young get his back; the throve, had finally beaten the In fact, in. most cases one

burn name of the monitor Florida to be Indicted For Rebating.The forces: of Sultan AMul-Azlz and had sufficient It never fails and t
r l
t. Demand In Nam. of Labor. changed by law. federal grand jury at Richmond. entered Fez with his suit and an army retied dangerous upon In the most i
of l ..noo."hlle cases. It is
' a larger was equally
army
l; : Taking tbe petition of tbe conservatlve Va.. has indicted the Chesapeake; and uable for children and ja the t
marching to join him there.
': t as his cue President Gombers of I I COMMERCIALSteel I Ohio railway and Its general freight of saving the lives of many

the American Federation of Labor i. agent together with a Richmond grain Socialist Cain In Belgium.Mail each year.

:: rushed from Washington to Chicago dealer, on the charge of rebating. advices concerning the recent In the world's history no

with his entire labor cabinet to work Trust In Price Cut. Hitchcock Again Acquitted. e'e.: .lions in Belgium tell of the Social has ever met with greater

i for the anti-Injunction plank. In a About fifty representatives of steel Raymond Hitchcock, the comedliu i"tt having gained: five new seats. in PRICE 25o. URGE SIZE
manufacturers New York
published statement he said he wanted met at am
wbo bat been on trial: a second time
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