The Florida star ( June 26, 1908 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
June 26, 1908


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )


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

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NO. 10

JIot fOs Oqss.1P.. Z.1oiM., flt fo* tI qoo& of Otl6Ss SiSo.


I" MU I aa 1film

o to lTon ts
I mW te ns

.r iMr. C. J. Denmm areem-
r-to stura puday.
Ma. J. C. Smr, of Cocos, and
I WBmi Wilmon, of Sharpes, were
-leknat 'TH STAr office while in
.us uda,.
Dr. LJ.' Daniel informs u that he
s hmised Palmhurst hotel and that
the Imm will the charge probably
USat w L. .
ME J.A. Paine, Mrs Davis and
im Bameeo, of Coe, ca ed at THn
Sua se while in town Friday
taig in the Sunday school picnic.
Th Ttusville juveniles played
Sapartof theregular nine
y ird aftenoom breaking up the
frH gear of the dray aomnwhat.
Mm Tite le jvenile baseball
ie expected to play the New Smyr-
aem, mnine yesterday afternoon,
but zemived word Wedneday calling
ea the .m;Gau meant.
The oIalard bhoueboat, Arrah
Wimm, was immched Wednesday af-
terno, but was not quite afloat at
ths time. Mr. Lrilard will use
r for the judge's stand on the
Fourth ao July.
Mr. md Mrs. C. A. Gardner, Mrs.
G's. other, Mm. Gilmore, and her
hf-er, Miss Gilmore, and Mrs.
M. Webber spent Sunday on the
-eaem beaeh at Chester Shoals and
had a meot pleasant time. The trip
was made in Capt. Leon Wilson's
the Dytona-Gatte News says:
SMrs. Howard B. Gibbons departed
Tuday mnming for Chicago, where
ie will spend the summer with her
sster. Mr. Gibbons, who has been
at St. Louis for several weeks, met
her at Nashville and accompanirie
her to Chicago.
We are going to reduce our stock
of new and popular music, such as
the latest two-steps, waltzes, etc.,
and will send five of these pieces,
take them as they come, for 55 cents,
whih is one-fith of the regular list
price, postage paid. Order quick for
they won't last long. Indian River
Maie House, Titusville.
The eelip of the sun, which oe-
er next Sunday, June 28th, will be
visiblin certain parts of the United
Stateand will be seen at its best in
South Florida on a" line extending
fro Tamp to Canaveral. It be-
gins at 80 a. m. and can be nicely
observed through a piece of smoked
glam. Such an eclipse has not been
visible to this part of the earth for
many yeurs, and another like it will
not be seen till 1918.
Death of Chas. B. Jefferson
Chas. B. Jefferson, eldest son of
the late Joe Jefferas, died Tuesday
night in New York, age 57 years.
He spent considerable time in Flori-
da, own property at West Palm
Beach d obe Sound. the latter
eumprising a beautiful winter
and pineapple plantation.

Fine Monday Offerings of Men's
Special prices in boys' and youths'
suits. Extra bigreduction in men's
clothing, price makes no difference,
they must go.
Trunks and dress suit cases at spec-
ial1 prices.
Titusville Fla.
Orange and Grapefruith Trees
Grown at bllh, Fla., on high|
Mhiekry hw-^i,.i Free from white:
y. Onyear to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill

J. W. GaIFPIs.
Shiloh, FIa

Spedal FIuth Jill Ntie
EvJerbody will visit 1tusvile July
4th. AB those wbo have not been
'fitted up in their dcothng, shoes,
hirt ots and outfit and want to do
ao beforethe 4th, send us your or-
ders which win have personal atten-
tion. We are offering the very lat-
est line of goods, the bet that mon-
ey can buy, and sold at the most rea-
amble riaft
aBeside carry. the largest line
of every item that men and boys
wear, we have a most -tp stock
of Queen Quality shoes for ladies
and a completestock of misses' and
infants' shoes. We also cordially in-
viteyou to all at our store while
here. We have the goods and can
pleas you.
LMNi aI's l h y s' tg St
Titusvlwe, Florida.

Returns Canvssed by Conmittee
The County Democratic executive
enmmt--e met at this place last Sat-
urday afternoon to canva the re-
trns of the second primary.
The members present were Capt.
W. H.Sharpe of Sharpes, chair-
man; E. A. M. Stewart, of Eau Gal-
lie, taearer, Dr. J. P. Cooper, of
Cocoa, and G. F.Duren, of this place.
The emnnmite anvased the re-
turns a certified to by the inspectors
of the various precincts. This set-
tled the question of county commis
sioer in thefith district in that
Mr. T.J. CGLuttwas declared
elected, the vote by precincts being
as follows-

Precinct No. 1 16
S 2 88
12 4
Coekshutt's majority 16.


THE STAR gave the majorities in
all the preeint- last week for Bre-
vard county-through the courtesy
of County Treasurer John Henry.
Fire at the Mil
The shaving tower at the planing
mill of the Titusville Lumber Co.
caught afire Tuesday afternoon about
3 o'clock. The flames were first no-
ticed from the commissary building
and had caught in the roof of the
tower and made a big blaze before
attracting attention. The fire prob-
ably ignited from the furnace by
gradually creeping along the ground
to the tower. Lack of attention on
the part of the fireman was undoubt-
edly the cause of the fire.
Ex-President Cleveland Dead
Grover Cleveland died at his home
in Princeton, N. J., Wednesday
morning, age 71 years. Heart fail-
ure complicated with pulmonary
thrombosis and oedema were the
causeof death. President Roosevelt
issued a formal proclamation regard-
ing Cleveland's death. Vice-Presi-
dent Fairbanks paid him a tribute,
declaring him to be one of the most
patriotic statesmen this country has
ever produced.
For Rent
A small building suitable for office
or shop. I. M. DODsoN.
Slckfed Lime for Sale
We have a carload of slacked lime
at Cocoa and a car at Eau Gallie.
Write us for prices, stating ouantitv




i Pmna Pmragr ph An t a ml that
Trm e o fl mI to
Dr. Miler, Dentist, Tihtvife.
Mr. S. L. Lowery, of Tampa, in-
surance agent, made Tar STrA office
a pleasant call yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown left
Miami last week via Key West and
New York for New Hartford, Conn.,
where they will spend the summer.
The latest in Victor records are
carried in stock by Indian River
Music House, Titusville. Send them
your orders and see how quick they
will fill them.
State Jail Inspector Edward Fits-
gerald was here Wedneday from'
Sebwivn, where he inspected the
convict camp, and here ispected the
camp at Mims.
Word from Mr. Henry M. Flagler,
who, with Mrs Figler, is at Maro
neck, N. Y., is to the effect that Mr.
Flagler is greatly improved in health.
This will be good news to his many
A card from Mrs. L M. Wetmore
announces her departure from Paw-
tucket, R. I., for Goshen, N. H.
She reports having a lovely time all
the while, and thinks a great deal of
her Titusville friends while north.
The tires for Dr. Utley's Cadillae
runabout arrived Sunday and the
doctor had the machine on the road
in short order and he has been using
the runabout to good advantage in
'profeeional as well as pleasure trips
this: week. Who will be the third
owner of an auto in our town?

Motor Boat Cups
The four handsome silver cups,
prizes for the Fourth of July motor
boat races, arrived Monday and are
now on, exhibition. One each may
be seen at the following stores:
Messrs. Brady & Bro., Julius Kline,
W. S. Branning, and D. B. Pritchard.
The cups are of beautiful design
and are handsomely engraved for
the date and the different events in
which they are contested for, and
are well worth the efforts of our best
speed boats.
Everyone is cordially invited to
call and inspect these handsome

Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at Titusville at 11 a. m.
and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m.
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
Marks church, Cocoa, at 11 a. m.,
and St. Gabriels, Titusville, at 7:30
p. m. next Sunday. All are welcome.
Services at M. E. church, Titus-
ville: Prayer and praise service led
by L. A. Cunningham at 7:30 o'clock;
Sunday school at 3 o'clock, led by
J. A. Begg; church conference Wed-
nesday p. m. just after prayermeet-
ing- Every member of the church is
requested to be present. It is your
duty you owe to Christ to be there.
The pastor will preach at Osteen Sun-
day a. m. and p. m.
Launch For Sale
Banana river mail boat for sale.
Applyv with postage stamp for answer

For Sale

Special Sale at Kline's

MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1908.
Indian Head linen 44 inches wide
already shrunk, an excellent mater-
ial for ladies' skirts, special 19 cents
P dies ndervest with tape in
neck and armholes, Monday's special
IZs cents each.
Allover embroideries, neat designs,
worth $1.50, special 9 agents per yard.
Nainsooks in checks and stripes,
very stylish for shirt waists or dress-
es, special 25 cents per yard.
Corset cover embroideries, 18 inch-
es wide, worth 75 cents, special 49
cents per yard.
White dotted swis, worth 20 cents,
Monday only, 15 cents per yard.
China silk in all the latest shades
special 9 cents per yard.
Ready made mnoqpuito bars, good
large size with Luiunover frame, spec-
Berkey's Eglish long cloth, spec-
ial 12 cents per yard.
Ladies' nightgowns, made of a
good quality of nainsook, Nv*s#nioe-
ly trimmed with insertion and edg-
igto match, special 99 ents.
indow shades in all colors, mount-
ed on Hartshorn rollers, 3 feet wide
and 7 feet long, worth 50 cents, spec-
ial 35 cents each.
Ladies umbrellas 26inch, ood
quality Of loria silk, handAiue a
special SL39 each.
Children's velvet grip garters, us-
ually sell for 25 cents, special 19
cents per pair.
Ladies' linen handkerchiefs, worth
121 cents, Monday's special 6 cents
Black underskirts, made of a good
quality of eatherboom, with wide
ruffle, special S29 each.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
Juuus KLIN, Titusville.

Dredge Tomoks at Work
The big dredge Tomoka started
this morning on her voyage up North
river to the head of that stream,
where dredging operations have com-
menced on the new cut of the canal.
Three launches, the Hustler, Anita
and Baldwin, towed the big machine
against the tide from the south end
of town and the pull was a hard one.
The most critical place to pass was
the draw of the South Beach bridge,
but no mishap attended the passage
through the narrow opening. The
side of the dredge touched the bridge
piling once, but without force and
no damage was done. The Tomoka
has just been repaired, new timbers
replacing old ones where needed.
The dredge will arrive at her desti-
nation late tonight and will be put in
commission at once. The excavators
have been at work on the cut for
some time and their path will be fol-
lowed by the dredge. St. Augustine
For Sale
Fine cow and calf. Inquire of



38Mihilg A o tkh P le f Td e-.
villt u tey COM ul Gd
See price on lumber, page 8.
A nmor~ ouus large galvaniaed ie
tank was delivered to Mr.P. W.
Roberts, at Mims last Saturday 1
W. H. Parker.
Mr. Geo. B. Mamey and wife le
the first of the week for Daytoma
Beach, where they have taken a cot-
tage for the smmker. Mr. C. T.
Masey went to Daytona last Satur-
A northern bscriber to TBa STAR
writes us as follows: "I note the
death of Mr. IBinard from lockjaw.
He certainly did not know tat.
smoke from woolen rags would ha
prevented the trouble."
Mim Lemni der, of Tampa,
forrly of Titmuille, has returned
home last week from a visit of about
two months in Kansas and Oklahma
where she remained for two month.
She was greatly benitt-q by the
The Cocoa juvenile baeilll
creamed bats with the Titusrille juve-
niles last Friday afternom and the
game was a very closely cotteed
oneon both sides, the score at the
close being 5 to 4 in favor of the Ti-
tusville lads.
Captain Herman Fscher, who is
now steambhting on the Savannah
river, and widely known on Indian
river as one of the captains of the
old Indian River Steamboat line, ar-
rived last Friday for a ten days' visit
to his father, Capt. C. F. Fischer.
Mrs. R. R. Pyles, of Hastings, ar-
rived a few days ago on a visit to
her sister, Mrs. J. P. Wilson. Her
husband won a fine L C. Smith shot
gun at Hastings a few days, being
lucky enough to win out on shooting
off a tie. Rennie always had an eye
for a fine gun.
Mr. N. Rasmunsen, of Malaoar,
has been in town this week for the
purpose of recovering his property,
consisting of launch which his om
sold to some of the fishermen here
and then skipped off to sea with the
money, or is willing to dispose of it
at fair value less the amount of mon-
ey paid to his son.
Crackers Rockets
Roman Candles
Fancy Exhibition Goods
All Prices
Ladies' Bathing Suits
CHASE. A. GARDNER, 'Phone j42
Sunday School Pic Nic
Last Friday a. m. the boat Lena

One fine, large, black horse, with landed thirty-eight passengers from
buggy and harness. Horse perfectly Cocoa, who came up to picnic with
gentle and works to buggy and sad- the Titusville M. E. Sunday school in
die. Address Horse, Care STAR of- the city park, and in appreciation of
ice. the kindness shown them by the Ti-
Wt- h F o-u :tusville people at large, they invite
Watch Found all the Sunday sch,' ls here to picnic
Gold-tilled watch Elgin movement. .-ith them at Coc, a July 9th. The
Owner can obtain same L proving bar Lena will m;.ke the round trip
property and paying for this ad.rom te city de for $15.) and
Apply to principal colored public can carry 60 childre- Al! who would
school of Titusville. go down are req i..~ed to hand in
their names by Jui st t Mar-
Orange Boxes ion Gruber. secretU.ry tf Al. f. Sun-
d n h lr.|

wanted, to C. F. Fischer, Titusville, Fla. We can sell you Cummer orange
EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. -- boxes at all points between East Shi-
Draying loh or Mims and W. Palm Beach, ex-
Have You Been Waiting for This? Di ayng or hauling of all kinds prompt- cept Cocoa station, and will be pleased
I want to go to Colorado for a cou- ly attended to. Meet all trains. ; to make quotations also on wraps,
pie of months. H. E. HOLTON, and nails.
Toget expense money I will do Titusville, Fla. i EST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
your dental work for a ridiculously S s M t Go r e C p F
low price. Some of the more ex- M F Chap F
pensive work, such as gold crowns, And with them the appetite for About 88 acres of good high land on
and enamel filling, you can get for drink. If you, your relative or friend the east or ocean side of the Indian river
one-half the usual price. wishes to be rid of drink or drug I at the Narrows, described as follows:
You must come within the next habit, write at once for confidential ILot No. 3, section 35. alsolotNo. 3, sec-
two weeks and you must bring the information to the branchof the orig- tn 36, histon ip 31 southvd rt ne39
there will be no disappointment. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, rs E Low,
DR. Mulm, Dentist. i Jacksonville, Fla. Brockton, Mass.

Soda Fountain for Sale
With charging apparatus, glasses and
32 feet coil, also peanut roaster. Ad-
dress G., STAR office.
Bargains in Trees
Fine lot 2-year old grapefruit buds,
Marsh seedless and Standard, 30
cents each, $25.00 per 100.
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
ing and harrowing. See or address J.
W. Jamion, Titusville, Fla.




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Abeueme of Wieears Amang
Who We t to chsea a-
Sar.s.M~i.l-m Toek Up With Wi~se-

b m f lAow meft wltem CIM leM -
siep a Teek the Caal.
o nenat al aq-bliha ed~aa-
t M2 ma sad trEy r ath, a o

ea a t New P oc." t,"
w be ta wxps. A tan t he
'r. Breath wasNIght lMakingever

i- Vemnqt.' "WellO 1 bwanr waa

ca1 e ting the atate of at-
Nif amad mnallyO w. to a fel-
In the w hlenatbld co mmit-
wt mud. 'L0et me e.'Pis e Nt tLhe fy

Sais In t e ave nt I thm Itnk y
eoae rom Int more Whan thartye
4 a dek nes wh d had brgt their
wM them.
art man back terse," remarbhed
Mpp. who b fcommeete d
Ps theosla series -InWashi
I eanled wh beham I have JIat asMM -
d me t theA sory of the man
a. dai whe e ann um d his ablty
i till b the appearance alone the
s Wust whoew every male passeNger
eame. e walked up to a man who
ms wman drsend and said to him
reu ave from New York.' 'Right'
w the reply. A tall, laky pas m-
spr was In the next seat. You are
a Vermoet.' 'Well, I sweat was
o ametmidshe answer. The seer pro-
eeda from pa-enger to pasengmr
eseab ety snattg the state Of his
madesoe, sand ally came to a Stl-
Jw wh owas bumped up on a eaet
with glger wMhiskers, a sloek hat
Sad wearing rawhIde baes covered
wit mud. 'ILt me see,' he said; 'you
am hard to seea but I thitk you
come- fe Indsana* 'Wrong there.
partner,' was the1 enpo. 'Probably
I fooled you because I have just ass-
ed through a heavy spell t yellow
Jaund Oe"P

Wiseomesia's Iaur
A refreshment emporium Just op-
posite the Coliseum had a strip of
eanvas above ts- threshold declaring
that It was Wisonsin's headquar-
ts. "Born an Wisconsinr asked a
delegate from the northern state of
tah white aproned propretor, who
b"ily motored gom ss a c aemos
the bar.
-"Nope." replied the thirst allaying
personage "I was born In kentucky."
"Then why this declaration of al-
legiance to Wisconsin"
"Well, what could a fellow do when
Kentucky romped Into the white rib-
bon brigade?" came the explanatory
query. -1 once ketcbed a fish up n
ema of them Wisconsin lakes, and I
know every fisherman likes good 'bait.'
Me for the *wet crowd.' "

A Miscalculation.
"Boost" seemed to be the motto
among Chicago cabmen during the con-
venton. Besides driving the trustng
stranger several times around the same
block, with the fell design of making
him believe that he had ridden for
miles, they had not the slightest timid-
Ity In saying *Three dollars" in the
most matter of fact way.
Colonel Pete Heplurn got in a cab
the other day and drove five blocks.
When he descended be asked the fare.
"Two dollars." was the answer. "What
for?" asked -Ur-le Pete."
-A dollar for th* dieit:lm-t a:rl a dol-
lar for the time." :tmnswerel 'bhe -e:loly.
"My time isn't worth a penny round
here." answered the lower statestman.
and be gv'ca;. C'.y four qui::.rte,-..
Just a Mistake.
A page had i elI.rci.k: for Jo.iait
Kalaninnaole. the delec.ste from II:a
wail and he w.'m,; aliout ;he4oobby gi-
fig vetit to 1ti4 < e1tilio :i.niie f i:i
some minute The fir.t timen it w -,
called the busz-. of -ollvers-lt!ona per-
elptillyV dnliniis.'wd and in :i few 11io-
metlt. c-erf alticrelth-r. while the
page still repeated the h-lua:lt One of
the delegates troum thet west w-as do--
ing in hi< lounge corner, but suddenly
woke with i start -nd said:
"What's that boy saying? I thought
it was some of ntese Chk-ago students
giving th-ir college yell."

Parade Led by Baby Elephzn*.
A hal'y e!;ephant that the James G.
Blaiiu. Ma:-l;h'!g eclr, of Cleveland
took to li'h;i*-.% too heid its prmnes-
aion br: Ke ii:',o rhe re:.r of n bakery

Sore ~ipples
Any mother who as bad experience with
thi distr~sing ailment will be plea ed to
kIew that aur may be effected by applying
CLambsrlaia's 8alve as mon as the child is
d smse ng. Wi itoff with a soft rloth
before allowing te be to are. Many
trained anurae se this salve with bert rt-ults.
For ale by Titusville Pharmacy.

wf Vwaoii an alla to tab purt I
a the pa s and wasp qwL UH-IS
Osse -Y -Im toward ea.shwAt the
i A tm -tbmepe us emonpin eddW
dr aot of tha *e Th. ker
ha aeOn trying t eaet for the pa* w P p iofsift to Jmohn
ad eotb edle ap prpriate by te
elephant H Unveit
A Wemao Dele5ate
For the lirt tme'n t he htr of PUBUC SCHOOLS AS CLINICS
national cerveations a woman bad a
place among the'relar dl-atu to
the epublMlan national corentlm. rEmprts WillWatc h Eats f Otrem-
Mbe Is Mrs L y A. rk of Utah and as .ifs Chidre and WiN Saak
ttracted more attentie than amy eth- Out Inhlplaet Case-Fr Preew-
or em6 delegate. Thb o wmn several tie Te lTm mt tt oe Give..
omesmog the alternates.
Tbe slft by Heary Phipp the aod
An Old Trie Usear. magnate of Pittbu, of $50,000 to
One of the numbers ta he coavemt Johas Hopklas university for the study
was Pltmr M. alkna. who was an ef insanit an for the more careful
sherIn the WIlwam conventnl. of treatment ofasane patients will parob
I8. at which AbrahaL m I ola w ay have the effect of stat a
nominated. He is seva y-oe and a ole ermnde aln t inaat ac-
m ."--"A f--ett" eording to the opiiom recently e-
plrsed tona Wuashingtm arespoad-
GREAT PHOSPHATE BEDS. t of the New York Time by Dr.
Wmiam A. White. superfttent-t of
Latest Pld M a Paeifo island ur- the Goernment Hospital For the Ia-
Psse Any Yet Diseovered sane at W-ebhgtvtk. This etcrde,
Nothing Ia recent years has contrib- which Mr. Phipps' large donating has
uted so much to Increase the economic made possible, will not rest content
importance to the ocean world as the with the establinm.nt of a regular
discovery here and theme of great beds delde in netrion with the untive-
et phosphates. These series of ew sity hospitaL As explaind by Dr.
nds among the islands began about White. th diagns of nsanity al-
twelve years ago whena British s ready on a scientific basis as much so
tweve yearother branches of meadicle. The
vey veasel dredging i the lndlan rdcal departure that will now be in-
oceln, brought from the depths a piece augurated will be In seeking out cases
of phosphate that was traced to the of incipient insanity and submitting
eIgIhboring Christmas island. an onin- the sufferers to treatment of a pre-
habited rock where some hpdreds of TVeatie nature.
men now nd employment in the phoa The public schools will be thorough-
pate works. ly overhauled for this purpose. Just
Then came eren more noteworthy as now the school Is used as a central
surpribea. Large beds of phosphate point for forcing the children to en-
were found on Ocean Island, over dergo vaccination, so the next few
which no country had taken the tron- years, aid Dr. White will see the
hie to raise its ag; on the German schools ued as a rallying point against
Island of Nauru. west of the Gilberts. the rst germ of Insanity.
and on Maiden island, a British rock As formerly specified in the deed of
far aouth of the island of Hawaii gift. the bequest will be utillaed in
All the little Islands had been un- establishing an additional ward at
considered trles In the ocean world. Johns Hopkins university. There spe-
but now there i always a ship or two cl treatment will be provided for the
off their shores and the bustle of a parents in the earlier stage of ionan-
mining camp on their mall surfaces. Ity.
The latest ind suwi_ s everything The next step which is contemplated
yet discovered, says the New York in accord with the general plan of the
Sun. Mklrte-, only four and a halt gift is to go back to the causes of in-
mile long and one and a half miles salty. Here nothing could be accom-
wide, Is Just now the most talked of plbshed without recourse to the public
bit of land in the eastern Pacific. It schools Not only will the patients In
stands in the Paumotu group, about need of treatment for the early stages
120 miles northwest of TahitL The of mental disease be supplied from the
engineers who have been studying s schools, free treatment being offered
phosphate beds estimate that cn- the parents of afflicted children, but to
taius at least 30.000.000 tons of the a certain extent the schools themselves
richest of phosphates the analyses will become clinics on a larger scale
revealing from 65 to 85 and even 90 than would be possible in any bospi-
per cent of pure phosphate. The island tal
S to 230 feet above the se ha o Here the effects of nervous diseases
rtses to 239 feet above the sea, has noa
lagoon, and the work of prospecting and their gradual growth Into more
for more beds is not yet completed. eri ae "". ad u"
Preparations are now being made at wi be watc
anexpense to extract the tire process will be made possible to
an expense of $500.000 to extract t he offers In charge of the work.
t"e officers in charge of the wRor
depoits at the rate of 300.000 tons a C
year Children who show signs of ndue
year morbidnessj or shyness, who have be-
Phosphates have also been found on
Nlau and some other atolls of this come "hih strung" from efforts to
archipelago. Such discoveries of surpass their classmates In their stud-
naturahiwealag nhdeoeiofic r ies, will come under the direct artten-
natralin to stimulate more Paifi ar e- tion of trained medical experts.
tait to stimulate more thorough c- Under this new system it will be
forts to ascertain the tent of the possible to study the effect of the
natural wealth which the myriad 11- strenuous life on the young. The uni-
lands have to offer the world. versal criticism that has Lten directed
at public sch-bool for unduly forcing
PRESIDENTS TIMELY JEST. children into premature study of Lat-
in. Greek and mathematics has already
Postmaster Genercl Made Hcppy by directed the attention of scientists to
Surprise Return of Lost Watch. this quarter.
i'~rtn:a;ister *General Meyer dropped The erection of the new ward at the
il" :!heo Whito IIolns< for a few mlin- hospital will make it possible for cases
*;1:' i-hat w-i;lh Iresident Roosevelt that warrant it-and the experts in-
thei other nmoniitng. tend to take up the treatment of cases
"'.y the way. can you tell me the as soon as the signs are definitely diag-
timn:e" ;askidk Mr RIoosevelt as Mr nosed-to be brought at once under
Meyer was about to tike his leave systematic treatment.
'Mly watt's i not gillrsa.' Since the treatment will be free. pa-
""T'hat r-tinid.s tie." ex-laimed th, tents may be induced to take it who
S.,s;tagsaiter g.u-rl. "' don't kn,.w- otherwise would be set down as mere
!s l-.'hier nlil is going or not. I.:;t ly "queer" and allowed to get along by
thier. is no ;nllsuii.Jn til;It it's gone. I themselves This phase of the crusade
!: : i: ,!!II\V ;:,*re yCesterday." is cxpelcted to put an enormous amount
"V 'il. I will show you that a watch of data coucerning the disease at the
c;:n Ihe goie nold golup at the same co&sumand of medical ahn.
:i;ae.." re'pl:l tIl Ijresidleut Then he The fiell oiw a ne in tlm schools
walked to hi' desk. opeNned a 1'y this ieiucest i~s ;1a enormous one.
:Iaid took *,ut a h:ltidsotle go;d time- Land tile authorities do not expect to
-iok.e which Mr M'eyer recognized as g*t it thoroughly systematized for sev-
Ilis iwn. Cer4 years.
M.Ibrnrmioit. a cavalry s trgeant. for '!.c t"al-thod to, Ibt pus'iuirtd in this
sevt-ril y(-ars the iresi lent's orderly. '-t'onld Ilat.tse of the crulsa:lie will (t'*!t-

:-idliig on a re-.ent ;ifter o,i,on at a- re'- MI:.t in ;:ll the t --il. 'le- V.:ay.- of IphI:i-
sjlectfll .!i t: itce Iwlinld tile pn-i.*dr-n la&rlziug t,;. rt l!lt~ of cientttifi ilnvesti-
tial p3rty. which the postma-s :i Ev -:vry- effort will le. made to
ter -eneral. saw the watch lying i th- itrst :r: in th inte in the subject. and in
dust. At the W1:!itq. I ouse so:ue onu. foe-',o:tiion for the us." of teachers and
ielintitir.l it as Mr .Meyer's. and the nurse-s w\i!l Ib scattered broadcast.
lp'r-silenit blinself lndelrtook to r-.turn I'Un:r this head;l pl;lns are already
it to its *,wIler. ling for:tmlllate,!:t for a seri, s of public"
-- lectures ll tirl.-' :!rstflis oIf tlIs3lity.
The Pope': Joke. the tren:tla-ult ,of .*- l disease :id tile
Saintly as he is. the pope is very bu- ietrh',.'s o r preve.m:in- te. growth of.
man. even jocular, when it so pleases m "rlbi'l r abnlorninl tiIl.n.en-i' s in chil-
him. A bishop who recently returned 'l'o: T to London from a visit to Romne t,-Ils will the ipr4pllririons of "c-h:,u-
this anecdote with intense enjoyment: tanlqIus of health."' and a knowledge
The pope asked the bishop to dine with ,of tlhe arlier forms of imn-tal weak-
him. After dinner his holiuess sniokedi nes% will I., as gellerally known and
a Turkish cigarette, to which h- is d'i:-e-ussed in homnies is are the ordinary
very partial. The bishop, noticing the rin of children's sicknesses.
kind of tobacco, said. "Does your holi-
ness really smoke Turkish cigarettes'-" A healthy man is a king in hi., ,wnr rirht.
"Yes." answered the pope. smiling an unhealthy man i& an unrhapl.y -*ave.. t.r-
"Up to this time I have been unable, dl.k Blood Bittenrs build uii s.unl l,:,i:thi-
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sr)* DOINGS OF THEPRESENT Special Fourth July Notice LATEST NEWS Special .Sale... at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP .

:: WEEK 4th.Everybody All those will who visit have Titusville not been July AND INCIDENTSPersonal Bargains In Every Department AND PERSONALS

: fitted up in their clothing, shoes, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1908.
shirts hats and outfit and want to do
;ff Pungent Notes Pertaining to Events so before the 4th, send us your or-' Paragraphs About People that Indian shrunk Head linen 44 inches wide SomethIng About the People of Titus-
already an excellent material -
r:.::: Transpiring About Town ders tion., which We are will offering have personal the very atten-lat- Travel Here and ThereDr. t for ladies' skirts, special cents Mlle as They Come and Go :

: Mr. and Mrs. C.J.Denham are expected est line of goods, the best that mon- Miller, Dentist, Titusville. !II per Ladies'yard. undervests with tape in See price on lumber, page 8. : F
+ to return Sunday.' ey sonable can buy prices., and sold at the most rea- Mr. S. L. Lowery, of Tampa, insurance neck and armholes, Monday's special EAsT COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. =

ii." Mrs. J. C. Shaw, of Cocoa, and Besides carrying the largest line agent, made THE STAR officea 1 2% cents each. A monstrous large galvanized iron 11

Miss'Willie Wilson, of Sharpes,were of every item that men and boys pleasant call yesterday.Mr. worth Allover$1.50 embroideries, special 89 cents,neat peryard.designs, tank was delivered to Mr. P. W.

callers at THE STAR office while in wear Queen, we have Quality a most shoes complete for ladies stockof and M. Brown left Nainsooks in checks and stripes, Roberts, at Minis, last Saturday by .

town Monday. and a complete stock of misses' and Miami last week via Key West and very stylish for shirt waists or dresses W. H. Parker. .

f Dr. J.S. Daniel informs us that he infants' shoes. We also cordially in- New York for New Hartford, Conn., special 25 cents per yard. Mr. Geo. B. Massey and wife left
embroideries 18 inches
has leased Palmhurst hotel and that vite you to call at our store while where'they will spend the summer. Corset cover the first of the week for
wide, worth 75 cents, special 49 Daytona
here. We have the goods and
the lessees will take charge probably can The latest in Victor records Beach where
? please are cents per yard. they have taken a cottage ,
t_.:; next week you. carried in stock by Indian River White dotted swiss,worth 20 cents, for the summer. Mr. C. T.

:{' Mrs. J. A. Paine, Mrs. Davis and WINSTON S. BRANNING Music House,Titusville. Send them Monday only, 15 cents per yard. Massey went to Daytona last Satur-
y China silk in all the latest shades,
r Miss Bracco, of Cocoa, called at THE Leading and Boys' Clothing Store your orders and see how quick they special 59 cents per yard. day.A.

STAR office while in town Friday Titusville, Florida. will fill them. Ready made mosquito bars, good northern subscriber to THE STAR

S. s taking in the Sunday school picnic. State Jail Inspector Edward Fitz- large size with turnover frame,spec- writes us as follows: "I note the
Returns Canvassed by CommitteeThe $1.19 each.Berkey's. .. i
The Titusville juveniles played gerald was here Wedneday from cloth death of Mr. Brainard from lockjaw.
English long
special -
against a part of the regular nine County Democratic executive Sebastian, where be inspected the 12% cents per yard.Ladies' He certainly did not know that:

yesterday afternoon breaking up the committee met at this place last Sat- convict camp, and here inspected the nightgowns, made of a smoke from woolen rags would have a

front gear of the dray somewhat.The urday afternoon to canvass the returns camp at Mims. good quality of nainsook, handsomely prevented the trouble."
of the second primary.The trimmed with insertion and edging -
Titusville juvenile baseball members present were Capt.W. Word from Mr. Henry M.Flagler, to match, special 99 cents.Windowshadesinallcolors Miss Lennie Ender, of Tampa
": : nine expected to play the New Smyr; who, with Mrs. Flagler, is at Maro- ,mounted formerly of Titusville, has returned -'
H. Sharpe of Sharpes chair-
I juvenile nine yesterday afternoon, neck, N. Y., is to the effect that Mr. on Hartshorn rollers, 3 feet wide home last week from a visit of about
but received word Wednesday callingoff man; E. A. :M. Stewart, of Eau Gal- Flagler is greatly improved in health. and 7 feet long,worth 50 cents,special two months in Kansas and Oklahoma f
lie, treasurer, Dr. J. P. Cooper, of 35 cents each.Ladies' .
the appointment.The This will be good news to his many where she remained for two months. '
I Cocoa, and G. F.Duren, of this place. umbrellas, 26-inch, good
Lorillard houseboat, Arrah I. The committee canvassed the returns friends.A quality of gloria silk, handsome handles She was greatly benefitted by the '

Wanna, was launched Wednesday. as certified to by the inspectorsof card from Mrs. L. M. Wetmore i special $1.39 each.Children's trip.

ternoon, but was not quite afloat at the various This .announces her departure from Pawtucket velvet grip garters us- The Cocoa juvenile baseballists
precincts... set- ually sell for 25 cents, special 19
that time. Mr. Lorillard will use tted the question of county commis- I R. I., for Goshen, N. H. cents per pair. i crossed bats with the Titusville juveniles '

p-::.. her for the judge's stand on the sioner in the fifth district in that She reports having a lovely time all Ladies' linen handkerchiefs,worth last Friday afternoon and the

Fourth of July. Mr. T. J. Cockshutt was declared the while, and thinks a great deal of 2J cents, Monday's special 6 cents game was a very closely contestedone

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gardner, Mrs. elected, the vote by precincts beingas her Titusville friends while north. each.Black underskirts, made of a good on both sides, the score at the

G's. mother, Mrs. Gilmore, and her ollows- The tires for Dr. Utley's Cadillac quality of heatherbloom, with wide close being 5 to 4 ;in favor of the Ti- ,

half-sister Miss Gilmore, and Mrs. Cockshutt Hansell runabout arrived Sunday and the ruffle, special $1.29 each. tusville lads.Captain .

M. E. Webber spent Sunday on the Precinct No. 1 16 12 doctor had the machine on'the road Mail orders promptly filled on any Herman Fischer, who is

F'' ocean beach at Chester Shoals and 4' ," 2 38 21 in short order and he has been using of the above goods. now steamboating on the Savannah
Juuus KUNE Titusville.
had a most pleasant time. The trip 12' 4 9 the runabout to good advantage in river, and widely] known on Indian
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was made in Capt. Leon Wilson's 58- -42Cockshutt's professional as well as pleasure trips Dredge Tomoka at Work river as one of the captains of the

launch. this!week. Who will be the third old Indian River Steamboat line, arrived 1-
majority 16. The big dredge Tomoka started
The Daytona-Gazette News : owner of an auto in our town? last Friday for a ten days' visitto
THE STAR gave the majorities in this morning on her voyage up North
I Howard B. Gibbons departed his father, Capt. C. F. Fischer. t14.
Mrs. all the last
precincts week for Bre- Motor Boat Cups river to the head of that stream,
Tuesday morning for Chicago,where vard county-through the courtesyof where dredging operations have com- Mrs. R. R. Pyles, of Hastings, ar- !: I

she will spend the summer with her County Treasurer John Henry. The four handsome silver cups, menced on the new cut of the canal. rived a few days ago on a visit to '

sister. Mr.. Gibbons, who has been prizes for the Fourth of July motor Three launches, the Hustler, Anita her sister, Mrs. J. P. Wilson. Her '

:: at St. Louis for several weeks, met Fire at the Mill boat races, arrived Monday and are and Baldwin, towed the big machine husband won a fine L. C. Smith shot

her at Nashville and accompanied The shaving tower at the planing now on exhibition. One each may against the tide from the south end gun at Hastings afewjdays, being '

herto, Chicago. mill of the Titusville Lumber Co. be seen at the following stores: of town and the pull was a hard one. lucky enough to win out on shooting ;

We are going to reduce our stock caught afire Tuesday afternoon about Messrs. Brady & Bro., Julius Kline, The most critical place to pass was off a tie. Rennie always had an eye
W. S. Branning and D. B.Pritchard.
of new and popular music, such as 3 o'clock. The flames were first noticed the draw of the South Beach bridge, for a fine gun.
The of beautiful
the latest two-steps, waltzes, etc., from the commissary building cups are design but no mishap attended the passage Mr. N. Rasmunsen, of Malabar,
and will send five of these pieces, and had caught in the roof of the and are handsomely. engraved for through the narrow opening. The has been in town this week for the
the date and the different events in
take them as they come, for 55 cents, tower and made a big blaze before side of the dredge touched the bridge purpose of recovering his property
which contested for and
which is one-fifth of the regular list attracting attention. The fire probably they are piling once, but without force and consisting of a launch which his son
well worth the efforts
I of best
: price,postage paid. Order quick for ignited from the furnace by are boats.Everyone our no damage was done. The Tomokahas sold to some of the fishermen here
they won't last long.: Indian RiverMusic gradually creeping along the groundto is cordially invited to just been repaired, new timbers and then skipped off to sea with the

House,.Titusville. the tower. Lack of attention on call and inspect these handsome replacing old ones where needed. money, or is willing to dispose of it

I/ The eclipse of the sun, which occurs the part of the fireman was undoubt- prizes. The dredge will arrive at her desti- at fair value less the amount of mon-

next Sunday, June 28th, will be edly the cause of the fire. nation late tonight and will be put in ey paid to his son.FIREWORKS .

visible in certain parts of the United Ex-President Cleveland Dead Church Notes commission at once. The excavators FIREWORKS '

r: State and will be seen at its best in Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on have been at work on the cut for Crackers Rockets i i
t Grover Cleveland died at his homein time and their will be followed !- Roman Candles ,
F South Florida on a line extending Titusville some path r
Sunday next at at 11
a. m. '
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Princeton N. J. Exhibition it
); Wednesday Fancy Goods .
:. from Tampa to Canaveral. It begins and at Oak Hill at 3 p. m. by the dredge.-St. Augustine All Prices *i
morning, 71 Heart fail-
and be age years. Record. Ladies' Suits f
l' at 8:30 a. m. can nicely Bathing
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
ure complicated with pulmonary
observed through a piece of smoked For Sale
f-- thrombosis and oedema were the Marks church, Cocoa, at 11 a. m., CHAS. A. GARDNER, 'Phone :342. .
,r glass. Such an eclipse has not been cause of death. President Roosevelt and St. Gabriels, Titusville, at 7:30p. Fine cow and calf. Inquire of -
visible to this part of the earth for DRMILLER.For Sunday School Pic Nic ii
issued a formal proclamation regard- Sunday. All are welcome. ____ I,
L many years, and another like it willP' ing Cleveland's death. Vice-Presi- Services at M. E. church, Titus- Sale I, Last Friday a. m. the boat Lena .If
not be seen till 1918.
dent Fairbanks paid him a tribute, ville: Prayer and praise service led One fine, large, black horse, with i!, landed thirty-eight passengers' from !j
Death of Chas. B. Jefferson declaring him to be one of the most by L. A. Cunningham at7:30o'clock; buggy and harness. Horse perfectly!,I Cocoa, who came up to picnic with :
Sunday school at 3 o'clock led the Tituille M. E. Sunday school in "
statesmen this has gentle and works to buggy and sad- i'I
Chas. B. Jefferson eldest son of patriotic country J. A. Begg; church conference Wednesday dle. Address Horse, Care STAR of-. the city park and in appreciation of It/-
, : the late Joe Jeffersoh, died Tuesday ever produced. p. m. just after pravermee] fice. I I the kindness shown them by the Ti'I
R night in New York, age 57 years. ing-Every: member of the church i is tusville people at large, they invite f
f He spent considerable time in Florida For RentA requested to be present. It is your Watch Found :all the Sunday schf'oh here to picnic i

:;, owning property at West Palm small building suitable for officeor duty you owe to Christ to be there. Gold-filled watch Elgin movement. with them at Coma July 9th. The Ii
: Beach and Hobe Sound, the latter shop. I. M. DODSOV. The pastor will preach at Osteen Sun- Owner can obtain same by proving i boat Lena will mAe: the round trip ; f
beautiful winter --- -- -- and : from the doe for $15.00 and
place comprising a day a. m. p. m.Launch and paying for this ad. city : |.
t home and pineapple plantation. Slacked Lime for Sale Apply property to principal colored public.'can carry 60 childre:i. All!who would
For Sale tgo down are reqi &ted to hand in f
We have carload of slacked limeat school of Titusville. 1
a 'their 1 names by Jul/ 1st to Mits Mar- *7
: Fine Monday Offerings. of Men'sClothing Cocoa and a car at Eau Gallie. Banana river mail boat for sale : ion Gruber ecreU.ry of il. E. Sunday ,
r I Write us for prices, stating quantitywanted. Apply with postage stamp for answerto Orange Boxes school.

f Special prices in boys' and youths''' C. F. Fischer, Titusville, Fla. : We can sell you Cummer orange ------- f
suits. Extra big'reduction in men's EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. boxes at all points between East Shi-, Soda Fountain for Sale 1
i. clothing, price makes no difference, Draying i'loh or Mims and W. Palm Beach,except -!{ and
With charging apparatus, glasses ,
< they must go. Have You Been Waiting for This?I Drayingorhaulingofalikinds promptly Cocoa station,and will be pleased 32 feet coil also peanut roaster. Ad-
: Trunks and dress suit cases at spec I want to to Colorado for attended to. Meet all trains.H. 'I to make quotations also on wraps, dress G., STAR office.Bargains .
go a couple -
ial prices. of months.To E. HOLTOV and nails. t
JULIUS KLINE, I will do ... Titusville, Fla. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. in Trees
Titusville Fla. get expense money i '
your dental work for a ridiculously ----- f ----- Fine lot2-yearold grapefruit buds

it low price. Some of the more expensive -t Saloons Must Go For Sale Cheap For Cash Marsh seedless and Standard, 30

: Orange and Grapefruit Trees work, such as gold crowns ti j And with them the appetite for: About 88 acres of good high land on cents each, $25.00 per 100.J. .

: Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high I and enamel filling, :you can get for,drink. If you,your relative or friend the east or ocean side of the Indian river B. BEACH
hickory hammock. Free from white one-half the usual price. ;wishes to be rid of drink or drug I'at the Narrows, described as follow: West Palm Beach Fla. t H.
? fly. One year to 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- '
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully two weeks and you must bring the information to the branch of the orig-i t Uon 36 This in township 31 south range 39 Wood For Sale
east. land is but finely
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packed and delivered at Oak Hill cash. Make your appointments so inal Keeley Cure. Address, located. For further unimproved particulars ad- Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- ...
;. station. J. W. GRIFFIS, there will be no disappointment.DR. } THE KEELEY INSTITUTE. .dress E. M. Low ing and harrowing. See or address J. t

:' ., Shiloh, Fla. I MILLER, Dentist. I Jacksonville Fla. i I Bro kton. Mass.- W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla. .'t.if.


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t1ENTION the strides parade toward and was cleaning making out prodigious the- CRUSADE[ ON INSANITY >

pie department before his keepers could :

; drive him out'of the shop. The baker

C Lighter Side of the Republican has been trying to collect for the pies: ,Result of Phipps Gift to Johns Summer Stove'z
and other edibles appropriated by the

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A Woman Delegate.For dose kitchen is changed

4 LACK OF HIRSUTE! ADORNMENT the first time' fa the history of PUBLIC SCHOOLS AS CLINICS -:;; ,.a to comfortable! coolness

a to national conventions a woman had a instilling New Per
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{ place among the regular delegates to :. -. a fection Wick Blue Flame
k :Notable Absence of Whiskers Among the Republican national convention.She Experts Will Watch Effects of Strenuous do the
:S? Oil Cook-Store to
Delegates Who Went to Chicago. is Mrs Lucy A. Clark of Utah and Life on Children and Will Seek ''

Kentuckian 'Took Up With Wisconsin attracted more attention than any oth- Out Incipient Cases-Free Preventive family cooking.

Because It's "Wet"-Blaine Club's er one delegate. There were several Treatment to Be Given. No kitchen furnishingU this

Elephant Took the Cake. women among the _alternates.An so convenient as
The gift by Henry Phipps, the steel stove. Gives a working

i "The national Republican convention Old Time Usher. magnate of PIttsburg, of $500,000 to heat at once, and maintains

M" '' of 1908," said Perry Heath. formerly One of the ushers in the convention Johns Hopkins university for the studyof it until turned out

.assistant postmaster general, was Peter M. Batten, who was an insanity and for the more careful -- too,without overheating -
",rill be known undoubtedly as the usher in the Wigwam convention of '
treatment of insane patients will prob- the room. If you examine the
\ whiskerless convention which Abraham Lincoln
I860 was
ably have the effect of starting a
Mr. Heath was right Looking over nominated. He is seventy-one and a
i the convention while assembled in the prominent Norwegian-American citizen. wholesale crusade against insanity, according NEV PERFECfIONWick
t to the opinion recently expressed -
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to Washington correspondent
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so men -
s t'' In the whole national commit- GREAT PHOSPHATE BEDS. of the New York Times by Dr. Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove

William A. White superintendent of
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Latest Find on a Pacific Island Surpasses the Government For the In- I
: with one exception,not the full Hospital I. you will see why this is KX The heat from tit

beard, but a sort of goatee growth Any Yet Discovered. sane at Washington. This crusade, chimney of the "New Perfection" ii ttmantraitd

f that they smoothed with a lingering Nothing in recent years has contrib- which Mr. Phipps' large donation has unLgthckede.ndnotZi; 7-*:\t-c.;*: }-room i

fondness. In the convention Itself uted so much to increase the economic made possible, will not rest content by ,,
s 'e Importance to the ocean world as the with the establishment of a regular range without discomfort. Ask your dealer about
there were not more than thirty of
this stove-if with him write our newest
S not agency.
= the delegates who had brought their discovery here and there of great beds clinic In connection with the unIver- .

R whiskers with them. of phosphates. These series of new sity hospital. As explained by Dr.. .

,a' L "That man back there," remarked finds among the islands began about White, the diagnosis of insanity is already The,Lr OLamp very
on a scientific basis as much so-
F. who Is connected ofgives
Thomas Shlpp. twelve when British c
5 years ago a sur-
with the service In as other branches of medicine. The housefurniihing anJ f-
forestry Washington -
t and who hails from Indiana, "re-- vey vessel, dredging in the Indian radical departure that will now be in- a clear, powerful light more agreeable than gas or

minds me of the story of the man on ocean, brought from the depths a piece augurated will be in seeking out cases c electricity. Safe every where and ahfl s. Made :

r the train who announced his ability of phosphate that was traced to the of Incipient insanity and submitting of brass finely nickel plated-just the thing for the
to tell by the appearance alone the neighboring Christmas bland an uninhabited the sufferers to treatment of a preventive living-room. If not with your dealer, mite our
nearest I
"'T state whence every male passenger rock where some hundreds of nature. agency.

came. He walked up to a man who men now find employment in the phos The public schools will be thoroughly Standard 011 CompanyIacorporsted

i was well dressed and said to him phate works. overhauled! for this purpose. Justas ( ) i
now the school is used as a central .
: You are from New York. 'Right Then came even more noteworthy .

was' the reply. A tall, lanky passen- surprises. Large beds of phosphatewere point for forcing the children to un-

ger was in the next seat 'You are found on Ocean island over dergo vaccination so the next few

from Vermont 'Well. I swan:' was which no country had taken the trouble years said Dr. White will see the rwmmwthwilwth1

'the astonished answer. The seer proceeded to raise its flag; on the German schools used as a rallying point againstthe
'j from passenger to passenger, island of Nauru west of the Gilberts first germs of insanity.

yt correctly designating the state of his and on Maiden island a British rock As formerly specified in the deed of I

w r residence and finally came to a felt far south of the island of Hawaii gift the bequest will be utilized in HARDWARE |

low who was humped up on a seat AU these little islands had been un- establishing an additional ward at

with ginger whiskers a slouch hat considered trifles In the ocean world. Johns Hopkins university. There spe- ;

and wearing rawhide boots covered but now there is always a ship or two cial treatment will be provided for the

a p with mud. 'Let me see' he said; 'you off their shores and the bustle of a patients in the earlier stages of Insan-

?:' are hard to guess, but I think you mining camp on their small surfaces. ity.The Jas. Pritchard & Son | :

z come from Indiana. 'Wrong there, The latest find surpasses everythingyet next step which is contemplatedIn '

t partner,* was the response 'Probably discovered says the New York accord with the general plan of the *

. 'r I fooled- you because I have just passed Sun. Makatea, only four and. a half gift is to go back to the causes of in- Handle the Finest Lines of 2:

= ;, through a heavy spell of yellow miles long and one and a half miles sanity. Here nothing could: be accom-

-;<. jaundice." is the talked of plished without recourse to the public E
.- wide just now most Heavy and Shelf Hardware |i
h bit of land in the eastern Pacific. It schools. Not only will the patients in

Wisconsin's Headquarters.A stands in the Paumotu group about need of treatment for the early stagesof 5*
refreshment emporium just opposite 120 miles northwest of Tahiti The mental disease be supplied from the = -------S- ---S JJ5"

.; the Coliseum had a strip of engineers who have been studying its schools free treatment being offered ....a

'" Jt. canvas above threshold declaring i phosphate beds estimate that it contains the parents of afflicted children, but to Our Stock of a;

that it was Wisconsin's headquarters. a certain extent the schools themselves
at least 30000.000 tons of the
';'.: "Born in Wisconsin?" asked ays !' richest of phosphates, the analysesrevealing will become clinics on a larger scale Guns and Sporting Goods ;:

: delegate from the northern state of.l than would be possible in any hospi
from 65 to 85 and even 90 .
:.. is complete at all times S
the white aproned proprietor, who per cent of pure phosphate. The Island tal.Here ;
the effects of diseases
busily motored foaming glasses across nervous
rises to 230 feet above the sea, has nolaoon
the bar. and their gradual growth into more --- ----- CIl
; and the work of prospectingfor
Ft"L ."Nope" replied the thirst allaying more beds Is not yet completed. serious cases of mental disturbancewill
-. Paints and Oils of
personage. "I was born in Kentucky." made at be watched and a careful selective QuaJityone %
,_' Preparations are now being;
ft ., "Then why this declaration of allegiance process will be made possible to
( of to extract the
an expense $500,000
'p-, to Wisconsin?" the officers in charge of the work. of our Specialties ::
deposits at the rate of 300.000 tons a
ray "Well whit could a fellow do when year. Children who show signs of undue 5:

( t"'c" Kentucky romped Into the white rib- Phosphates have also been found on morbidness or shyness, who have be- =

,;,: bon brigade?" came the explanatory come -bi2li; strung" from efforts to for ;
: NIau and some other atolls of this Quotations largeor small orders will
I their classmates in their studies
surpass -
ti 1 ketched fish In
query. once a up
Such discoveries of
1, ': one of them Wisconsin lakes and 1 archipelago. great will come under the direct atten- be given personal attention. Mail Orders ::
n t. natural wealth in the Pacific are certain -
tion of trained medical esi>erts. solicited and promptly filled
know fisherman likes 'bait.
.is. every good to stimulate more thorough efforts ::
Me for the 'wet crowd.I .'" Under this new system It will be
to ascertain the extent of the
possible to study the effect of the TITUSVILLE 5
.: natural wealth which the myriad Is- ?
strenuous life on the young. The universal -
: A Miscalculation."Boost" lands have to offer the world.PRESIDENT'S .
criticism that has been directedat
seemed! to be the motto _______
among Chicago cabmen during the con n public schools for unduly forcing; 'W1 "jYM\W1 WNWJ1 1 1f_ :';.;}} \

TIMELY JEST. children into premature study of Lat
vention. Besides driving tho trusting;
in. Greek and mathematics has already
stranger several times around the same .
Postmaster General Made directed the attention of scientists to
Happy by
block with the fell design l of making
it .... him believe that he had ridden for Surprise Return of Lost Watch. this quarter.
Po!'tn:aster General Meyer dropped The erection of the new ward at the 1
miles they had not the slightest timidity
!R ili iu saying "Three dollars'* in the late fie Whit IIou:e for a few mm. hospital will make it possible for cases "'<$- lleaIEhits y
that warrant It-and the experts In- ; ,
lies'that with President Rooseveltthe
most matter of fact .
; way
other morning. tend to take up the treatment of cases More Than
Colonel Pete Hepburn got in a cabr
t; "Bj' the ran tell tin as soon as the signs are definitely diagnosed [ ]
S the other day and drove five blocks way you me (i
*" -to be brought at under WealDhUse
-7 When he descended Le asked the fare. time: asked Mr Roosevelt as Mr $
treatment Suatros
-ta '- "Two dolars"!! wsc the answer -What Meyer was about to tike his leave
for?" ask -d "Untie Pete" "*Myatc'i: is not gain;;." Since the treatment will be free pa- !j! :

: That rewind m{"." exclaimed the tients may be induced to take it who ::' .MS s owtsiNIME6IlLLARDS .
\ do'lar! for the di-tjnce U 1'l a dnl-l
'. |I"'Mm.i'-ter:: jreueral -I don't knovwliflier otherwise would be set down as mere- '
1; lar for the timeancwere.l be ellohy l H
< __ "My time i*n.t worth a penny around mini is coins or not. l,at ly "queer" and allowed to get along by KING
there is: no question that it's gone. I themselves This phase of the crusadeIs
here answered! tilt low j:tt.'SDl:1n.
Io:: it romewtiere ye lenla)." expected to put au enormous amountof ; -- SNOW OF
> ,.
: .t and be gave eal>jy four 'j s;irter I
"Vell. I will bow you that a wakhcsn data
Just Mistake. I IH? pone and going! at the sametime. eo:&want.1 of medical men. i. ; I' LINIMENTAND THEM

55; a ." repl.ed the president Then be The field:) oi>on(>d up in the schools ALL
A page bad ,t tehvrru;; fur Jo.uliKalaninnnole.
\ walked to his de k. opened a drawer l by tliu: > bequest is an enormous one.and .
the delegate from Il.t
and took out a handsome gold; timepiece the authorities do uot expect to
wail! and he we'u about tie4ol by sl? i
which Mr Meyer recognized as pet it thoroughly systematized for several -
Gig \eiit to llu-j t.lho'li"s n.imt f<:r
von will altars have good health. What
Is l
his own years..1i.e more to a man
some luiiMiie The f.r. t time it v*ax than health? All the t.
McDeriiiott a cavalry sergeant for method to lie pursued m this good money In the world can't make
railed the buzz of ronrersitloa .ercepilblv hannine where hf' .1th is
t unknown. Ballard's
several years the ..'nt.orllerly.. stcond phase of the crusade will t'onsist Liniment
z diminished and in :i few moment Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains ,
In all the Neuralgia
po"ibU of ,
riding on a recent afternoon at a revpoctful ways popularizing CURES
tenccel together I while the the \ Sores, Stiff Joints, Contracted Muscles, Lame
of scientific InestlSation
distance behind the id -n- -
page still repeated the hast One of pre Back and all the Ills that Flesh is Heir *c. !
livery effort will be
Hal party which iadtided! the postmaster made to
the i'eletes! arum the west ws do- J
5 general saw the watch lying in the interest pnrents In the subject and Information One Who Knows.
lug hi hi* lounge toner, but suddenly
5- for the of teachers
\ dU5t.t the White [louse some one and
'., awoke with a start and paid' : identifed it as :Mr Meyer's, and the nurses will IK scattered broadcast J. O. Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah. writes; I cannot t

"What's that boy saying? I thought president \himself undertook to rtturn Under this head plans are already too highly praise your Ballard's Snow Liniment for

It wa some cf these Chicago student It to its owner.The, l being formulated for a series of publiclectures tha relief of acute rheumatism, caused by sudden change
riving their lollcpe yell." and to the weather. I also
---- on the *ijjtoms of insanity' exposure recommend your

4* Pope' Joke. the treatment of i ic disease and the Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds.

Parade: Led by Baby Eleph :n*. Saintly as he is. the pone is very human nethoJs o: preventing the growth ofmorbid These used together defy all pain.

I A toby e! 'pliant that the Jame- G. even jocular, when it so pleases abnormal tendencies In t hil- GET THE OE 'UI 'E. Three Sizes 25c, SOc, $1.00

h P.IaiiKMarcl.'n: ? cli h of Cleveland him. A bishop who recently returnedto dreu These' lectures as time goes on

t took to Oii'.tr.' to bead its procession London from a visit to Rome tells: will assume the pmjiortions of "chiu

brove: Irto the rear of a bakery this anecdote with Intense enjoyment: tanquas .f health," and a knowledge! Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

The pope asked the bishop to dine with IIf the earlier: forms t>( mental weakness -

' Sore Nipples him. After dinner his holiness smokeda will IK as generally known and 500-502 North Second Street,

. ? ". Turkish cigarette to which b" i is d'cussed in homes as are tie ordinary ST. LOUIS
i -
Any mother who has bad experience with MISSOURI.
fJ this distressing ailment will be plea PIt to very partial. The bishop, noticin the run of children's sicknesses

f know that a cure may be effected by applying kind of tobacco said "Does your boldness -
Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child is really smoke Turkish Ugarettesy; A healthy
flv man is a king in his own riht.
done nursing.. Wipe it off with a soft cloth :
before allowing the babe to nurse. Many 'Yes. answered the pope smiling. an unhealthy man w an unhappy j-Lue I>iirdotk Sold and Recommended by
'> trained nurses use this salve with best results "Up to this time I have been unab'ej I Blood Bitters build up sound lualth

1. 1 6' :. '.For sale by Titu*vi1l Pharmacy. to Christianize them. keeps you well. TITUSYILLE PHARMACY and BANNER DRUG STORE

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NEHUi: arid knights bronzes'in armor statues astride of: thousands horses with of BEST' FOR' THEBOWELS A

dollars' worth of paintings etchings ,.
-: ;;l"r- ty. .d and .engravings all emblematical of

'>.'''-';-;"'- : ', race horses coaching and of all kindsof

:'..- ;Pfans For racing of ancient and modern days If yo*imTent a regular he :tty moTement of the Dr.
'K: ;',{ \{. : were on the walls of the coach room }oweU every day,you're 1U or will b. Keep your
J t iHiriBrfeSiMlSl TripOT7TOsiop .rawela opeu.and be well. Force fa the hap&of
: tll where the supper took place. I violent pbTile or pill poison.Is dtngercua. The
k smoothes cutest mo.t perfect wr of keepingthe
The Belmont'cotors and coat of arms
bovalt deer and dean Is to take
$ were prominent Down on the first t J
f'"I floor and connected with the ballroom. I I

1. ;JI;' ". :'k.,,--,11' where sounds of revelry were heard

tlt -Wilt ,Sail ,For the Mediterranean and and where two bands of music were in [
attendance was the stable. Here were .
; Proceed Direct to Cairo- Little
the thoroughbred horses only horses C
! ): Equipment to Be Taken From America
< which could be owned by a Belmont ease :
i.;::. Kermit to Accompany Him. These were In handsome stalls with C

,r: President Roosevelt, who will go to sides in snow white tile. it .

iiI--" .: .Africa next April on a' hunt for big For the occasion the blooded animals EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY strung -
were placed on dress parade. They FleMint Palatable. Potent Taste Good. Do
: ,e- game accompanied by his son Kermit ... '
were covered with white blankets Good. KeTer 8iri .Weaken or Gnp; 10,23 and
: has had this expedition in .contemplation pure 60 cent per box. Write for free sample,and booklet -
with colors to match. finch a scene was on health. Address 433 -
for some time. The president has never before witnessed at a ball in Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York. .

- ? hunted all sorts of game big and little America. The women, In chic gowns, KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN diac : L

y in the United States and it has strolled through the brilliantly mumi-; --- '
:%_ been his ardent wish that he might at nated stables,with as much freedom as I a '

_- some time hunt the bigger wild animals they did in the ballroom. It was by aliI|I RATS AS A WORLD MENACE.Man city, : '- 'i -

. ,.,. in the African jungles. He considers odds the grandest entertainment ever* ins of 1 t -
given In Newport at least. and it has', Must Drive Them Out or Be
: himself -
entirely out of the
never been duplicated in America. I Driven, Says French Scientist -
,:. presidential race and has determined It was a bachelor ball pure and sim-I r Dr. A. Calmette, a French scientist under .-1

: that he will gratify his ambition next pie. and not one of Mr. Belmont'smany ,, in a recent number of La Revue du 1

:. year, starting for the east almost immediately women friends was asked to receive -. Moise predicts that mankind will haveto ti .1

::-' .-, after his successor has been the guests although many were ]I engage in a general warfare oni ional ical ;; : :

w:/; installed. anxious to aid the host In every possible -I rats befpe many more years elapse if the C

ri i : President Roosevelt plans to 'be gone manner. The cotillon was led by '' the world is to continue to be habita- -
it -
:"i'a year and perhaps a year and a half. two Boston men, G. D. Gushing and H.Hunnewell. .I''I ble. He points out that the peril i -

On his return to the United States the and that too. without wo conies c. the migratory rat. which posed ..

-c k ,; will men. Of course this was not pleasingto follows the march of men into every
: president devote six months
a (
',,; women but it could not be helped I j clime. Rats of'other breeds have beeni r
or such time as be to
may necessary
-" Mr. Belmont being original even ifj I known ever since man began to keep -
writing a book describing his African -
erratic or eccentric. in his ideas of a records. The migratory or sewer rats -;
t" hunt:, says a Washington special dispatch are r
first mentioned in 1G20 when he
bachelor ball at the only combination ,
to the Philadelphia Press. The dwelling house and stable in America. was a native of Persia and East In-
f' president for the past few weeks hast of
I' dia. He did not invade Europe until I
; been In active correspondence with .
fi men in the United States Germany THE COST OF A BET. the eighteenth century. I' Ye ,
that the
I Professor Calmette says
<-' and England who have made cial : 1 -
I ff' a specialty -
did not In America
sewer rat appear .
F L- of hunting big game in Africa. Took Beer to Get a Wager Down and .
until 1SC5. As late as 1870 he had not
J : (. He wants to get suggestions from \ Wine to Get It Cashed. he t ?
the headwaters of the ;
'. ::.. to itinerary commissary and The problem of getting a bet downat more

j ;: \'-- general equipment Half a dozen letters the race track under the present Missouri By 1000 he had gone up to be

! ",,i- ,, by way of reply have already been strict interpretation of the new anti- the At i ermanent present the ice belt.scientist continues

t If" received, and others are expected dally. betting law was solved the other day this migratory rodent is destroying in ::: ::::
i t r Before he sails from New York the of
I :.-- president will have all his plans laid at Gravwend, X. Y.. In a rather Ingenious the \Ve.t Indies, in the Azores: and in -

'i I out. He will arrange to have equipment way. the CapeVerde of thousands islands of dollars'annually worth hundreds gulf

meet him at various stages of the A man who was anxous to wager 510
I f-
ofoiee.: banana sugar and orange ;
; trip all the way from Cairo where he on a supposed "good thing" approacheda ago% : .

f:, ,will enter Africa to the points along one time bookmaker and asked what plantations.As denin
if, a san'ple of what han<< do the ; : .1'
the upper Nile and Lakes Albert and price he would lay against Rye in the .. !
j case f an island In the estuary of the
Victoria Nyanza across to Iomb fourth race. tions !
river ntrnlvr Is d:(,1. This island
:' a port of entry in British East so'i "Oh four to one" was the response their '.
k condition all the i
once It is'a part of his plan to make "but I don't know you and don't care "
around about T 000 h.-a-l of cattle. The
? thorough inspection of the Cape tot to be arrested for accepting tbe cash." the
i infested rats fifteen .
pla"a by
'Cairo railway. S anxious of
"That's all right. replied the I
>). Today there Is not enough
years ng
i. Very little of the president's equipment bettor. "Come and have a beer. I'll
verdure on the inland to nourish a
will be taken from the United pay with a ten dollar bill and you can race

States. He will have expert guides pick up the change. Of course I'm getting rabbit. tion ; j

meet him at Cairo with such equipment Dr. Cnlmctte says within two yearsa "In -
::1. a shade the best of it but yon MI
.-. as will be necessary for the earlier wcn't mind that single pair of rats will ordinarily count
i multiply to 1.:; f;, C.
i stages of the trip. After this he Tliey had the drink. and five minutes -

': will be met by other guides. with later a certain man rooted long and 4
I'' fl equipment. at points along the route to hard and shouted Jubilantly when Itye The Vice Presidency.They .who tion. \ \
offered it to Simpkins. was
! i.- be hereafter agreed upon. No photographers galloped home in front lIe then rushed much liked in the west. from :3:1 -11 II

i ;.:: or newspaper men will be with off to find the "memory broker" and Said they: "You've tolled well Simpkins. Its ".! '
: You deserve the little rest." : .. t'
i .( the party. get his money but the same old prol tbe
But Simpkins quite and remarked '
grew angry .
One or two stenographers will be in lem confronted him again.
: : "FcrgH It! See?
I ,: attendance to take down notes while I -I'll tell you," slyly suggested the one Cut loose from anI1QUon that you'reglng poor 1'>

i:: the subject matter to which they relate time layer "come and have a bottle of to sidetrack me."

-' is fresh In the president's mind. There wine. Ill pay for it with a fifty dollar They offered it to Timpkins who possessed ical; : : I

< is Just a possibility that one or two distinguished bill and you can pick up the change.Of a tiny boom. zance i ,
C United The work is pleasant. Tim." said they. .
hunters from the course I'm getting a shade the best >.
"and the
scares away gloom.
States or Europe will be in the party of it but you won't mind that"The Old Tinii>kins tore his long gray hair and tion .J.
but this is still an open question.It wine was opened and the trans- cried: "Ye rogues. stand back! of or

is announced that the president action completed, and then the bettor Dye think I'll let you lead me in a a

", will not on this trip make any stops in turned aAay. remarking "It costs bloormiT. cvil-de-sacr has <

: Europe. lIe will sail from New York something; to win a bet under tbe Ag- They offered it to Jirnpkins from the word \

In a vessel for the Mediterranean and new-IIart law" southern cotton belts. at : -
.- proceed direct to Cairo. where he will I "You'll have to take It, Jimp" they" said. f
because there's no one else. .. I
re-embark for a trip up the Nile. At NEW SUNSTROKE CURE.A But Jimpklns' sudden scream of pain. It '' I ; :: : : *I f
some convenient point up that river he cut them like a knife. times
"Don'make me do It, boys' sobbed he.
: for >
will take the Cape to Cairo railway us tt
the interior. and. leaving that railway Chicago! Society Reveals It For Public "The blow would kill my wife!"* law. ::: W j

at some point to be agreed upon he Benefit. They offered it to Blmpkins. with a club. of : : 1 f
No more sunstrokes and no recurrences "And if you fail
into the heart of the the
will then plunge
-. of the for who To take It by the new law you will have
continent it being his aim to be away same persons to go to jaiL"Po"r
c. have been stricken with heat. A
: from civilization iwrhaps for months at Bimpkins saw no way out. but he I ,:
the 3"he Higher lractloal Educational so- howled like one with cramps.!
north and south. as
a time ;
(1etof Chicago believes that it has 1 s'pose I'll have to take It. but you
season may dictate. .. ... m.ght give trading stamps!" J<
: This will be the greatest hunting trip I tu.ule a uusoovery that will be or prac- -II S II. In Richmond Times-Dispatch. t
and the tknil benefit to thousands perhaps ; t
the president
ever taken by I -- -- '
longest in duration. lie is very enthusiastic millions. Lemon Bath a Beautifying Device. I

in talking to his friends about The projMiMtion is Eimpll'jUlt block Quivn Wiiliolnuna of Holland bas A \ .-.J 1
j the inside of hat with fl'nUll\ ,
it and I Is planning to bring home with your adopted :i custom from the Dutch la ( I
: will suffer from sr'ii-trnke.
him enough lion skins to make all i you never lIlt';;. and everybody N ome more, a tlmiri1J l )
Tlie society is not aeoluteiy! sure of ..
of 1
kinds of rugs for the floors saga-I her majesty's fair skin and its "
this. but from experiments is poMtive
will likewise I* numerous .
more Hill!. There !''t<.1iIl.likl' soft Ill's%. says a depute .:
I tint a felt lining will pre\ent re-
the tro- .
elephant tusks among J from The Hague WHhelmina vunfes out. t
of heat trouble.J. .
phles-if the president gets the game es that it Is P\'l\o.1 l\' due lothe lemolutths as :
,, "'. (;sard of the stx-iety is \eryentluivii''k' ..
he is fiurin on. I she h<.s Ut-u t.ikr.m for the j j-ast sik.! !
: :11"HIt it."Thc' :: ,
few mouths upon the ath'.ce of th buJk::
BALL !"(' anra.trj' tat'n Mho went wife of oue of her IH'nl"n- r

: BELMONT'SNOVEL thpnuli:: tV f"'n lunt prpstr\tiooi who hate IKU : t
Entertainment Fin 1,'U1ons. cut 1'ito slices are left shoe ;
f. Lavish Features of an Man. reiHMttHlly attacked by the same trju to soak in a IMMII: of v.ater for half :n: of :

; Given by a Society Ir i Me ever sine-." he sid the! other day. hour After the l.atbater has III"'D ble ,

Oliver Hazard>rry Relmont. the society and uleTie :In-i-i'ntlIly diovenV drawn fros the faucet the lemon Water It ; : )-

man and lover of horses who recently -j Hi:it ia,'n thus atSli-ted ruiid! with is added and the whole stirredU- :

4 died at his home In Ileinpstead i I' tl.e rays of the ru'i If they! wi'reUioir orously Tte bath is a great imteorator -I, \(' ;

N. Y.. was named in honor of his'granduncle. ': u- llh'r' felt hits WI" decMei to :i-xt-ellent cleanser and has a from :: \ : : 1..

Commodore Oliver Haza -i: exjKTiineiH Fur ilirtsseasops! now most >ootlunz. refreshing and softei :;(

; Perry. the hero of the battle of :I \\t- ha\e had uvii wearing st.w hats Ins infrfHf! tiP :-kin. : i ; :; :: :: :: : : : :

with felt linings and where they for
m ( I
1. Lake Erie. j inerly were obliged! to hunt the shule
of Trouble w ::
Mr. Belmont married | Plenty
In 1896 ,
tu.the} surter no incoa\enien aall. ,
Alva S. Vanderbilt. the divorced wlfej ." ij rau-4l l>y t.uriation of the liter 8ntll.- ( : I
1C. Vanderbilt and motherof _ *.!>. to get rid t.f it and h M.Hcr-e and l'ili. iinr i
of William .vs and the poison that briIl2sjalln.lil"e take l oen : ;
c<' the Duchess of Mnrlborough.: formerly I The Big Head I Ir King New Life-1'illv the nILtbUur a :

Mr. Belmont fit'!'! that do the work without grin-lmiju
Couhuelo is<>f two inJ.-'Out't'it and the bit head that > )()
.- himself had been divorced. The COIOVTJ front a kk I.t.1.u.Jt", !)<>** your head sj'ipin 2-Vr. 1It l>mm r Dm? store. 'I
wed i I ever f.'t'l like a ?unl anti your hnun fee I
courtship was a long oue. As n ltx;* aril sonnu ran cure it in iiotnnt by .
-';- ding gift he gate his wife all his Newport ''at-lmgon jour liver with 1'.ilbnl's llerhiue. I CASTORIA Utrt

real estate. The value of the property I Isn't it worth trying for the absolute and e r- I .
.:T lain relief you'll setr :;.M l.y Titus\'ille\ for
". was almost a million dollars. i'haruiaryand Banner DnijjMore. : For Infants and Children. and L t

:i -t Mr Belmont entertained lavl hly. A I I The Kind You Have
: ; in 1S05 Always Bough
t.a:" ball which be gave iu Newport C.Q.ST: O :311: < *,. !

caused a stir In social circles.the Belcourt scene ofA' :Sews the !: Kp:: al'8'! >gA'S3K: IOU! $ Bears the d // ;;: :; .,
bou>*. was
hIs Newport de I
f:, the balL The fittings and furui hlnsr* Signt1'B w 7!/1-1-.A.V? Signature i

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t l lTHE FLORIDA STAR teachers i in colleges which do not Dredge-Boat Florida at Work I U.S.Recommends

...- : maintain the highest standards of The U. S. dredge-boat Florida has MEMBER 54TH CONGRESS .

: <: ::. : Entered- at the postoffice at Titnrrille. admission and of qualification.Prof. at last arrived at the scene of her _

1 -Jf ..- .,' '0I: eeond-clau- mail matter. Lord'win be succeeded at proposed operations at the shoals Pe-ru-na.

;{..:: .,, .KUU B.Water, Editor and PnblUhw. Rollins by B. Leigh Alexander. Mr. near the mouth of the St. Lucie river. .
.: : Alexander graduated from W estmin-. "has been consid- i +.ti:? s5 i;; .; {
> Capt. Sharpe doing
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:': -. ster college in 1904 as a validictorian erable work in the Indian River Nar- f.fiAl',>*& ,kr_ >>>*:y:& <*?*&;

t- .STJBSCKirriON,91.50 PER ANNUM: in a class of 43. The following.year rows since he passed Titusville some T* *f VA'J.t ?* f

: t Ad*.rtl inc R-t." f"lIl'Bllhed ant he also graduated at Princeton university two months ago where it was found $iU&3SAttPeruna' ?

I -It:.i" .\ >plie tlon. N and was appointed Rhodes necessary to deepen the channel in a!

scholar in Oxford university, England order to pass the dredge-boat
ladies almost unani- $ P
r I where he has specialized for through to St. Lucie river. It 'was t Is A g
.;: mously of the opinion that directoire I
three years in classics.Si very fortunate for navigation on In-
: gowns ought never to be tolerated in V'si .. '} v ic'
; :: dian river that the Florida was sent | Healthful |
the Milwaukee
f:: this country, says
Hopkins on Trial via the inside route from New Smyrna -
; Sentinel. If it is any worse than the ,
full-blown Mother Hubbard bring it The Miami Metropolis,of Tuesday, otherwise the shoals in Indian | Tonic g
t: gives the following information re- river and Mosquito lagoon would
and gratify our curiosity.
., I: -I.,- pn garding the Bethea and Si Hopkinscases have been impassable for small boats \ And

: : : drawing as much as five feet of wa- ,
;,: The Republican platform is going I 7

3f to prove a disappointment. It is The jury in the case of...the state ter. Successful f fs < '' ,s ,

: neither radical nor conservative and against Thomas H. Bethea, charged Slaughtering the Alligators.

it commits the party to no special with murder in the first degree for (Miami Metropolis.) Catarrh t'YYPA

- I' policy which could not be cast aside the killing of J. W. Holt in May last, A complaint has been lodged with d;. rpfx..r
whenever the party demands that it reported this morning that they were. the authorities about a party of two : : t .
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be done. To the western Republicans unable to reach a verdict, and were ci Remedy* + : :
, 4 or three men, who are engaged in killing ,.. :::.A.
!"0 particularly it must prove a sore forthwith discharged from further alligators in the upper Miami riv x'g3a..583...;. { *
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disappointment.The duty by the court.It .
is rumored on the streets that er.The men have been here several ifc,, { .5. C H' i&tllli"it

Second Congressional Execu- the jury stood eight for acquittal, days and do their hunting at night

tive Democratic committee meets in three for conviction and one for 'using a torch with which to shine the *
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Jacksonville today (Friday) to declare manslaughter.It eyes of the saurians, when they are

,. the result of the first primary was announced this afternoon shot and killed. They hare been hav-

r tc for congressman, which, of course, that a special term of the circuit ing very good luck, one night last E1L

j is a mere formality as Congressman court would be held the second weekin week bringing in as many as fifteen
gators, the most of them small size
i Frank Clark had at which time Bethea
no opposition.Un- August, HON. W. E. ANDREWS.
and last night they killed one measuring
: der the amendment to the primary would be given another trial. Nebraska has furnished to our National Congress: some of the brightest mind
election law the congressional committee Immediately after the jury in the 101.2 feet.. The hides are cured that have: ever adorned that great national legislature. Men of push aDd fire,
and shipped.The and intellectual resources, men who have done much t*
men great
can consist of only one Bethea case had been discharged,
contention of the complainants of
shape the destinies of the great western section our country.
F 4 member from each county in the dis- the examination of jurymen for the is that there is a state law preventingthe Among these modern statesmen of that versatile,American type,is Hon.W.

trict. There<< are seventeen counties trial of Henry Hopkins began. Hop- promiscuous Idling irrespectiveof E.Andrew,of HRfitinRs; ,Nebraska. Bon Andrews was formerly Vice Presidentof '

in this district, and consequently the kins, who is known as "Si" among size of alligators and also that Hastings College, established an excellent record a*a promulgator public
his intimates is with of the is in that partof :Gtf'a iou bdoe he became a member of CongreM. 8re.kin of Peruna,be say.:
r new committee will consist of but charged killingJ. some killing done

I seventeen members. D. 'Walker about two months ago Miami river within:the city limits. Peruna
"/cheerfully recommend preparation,
The authorities will give the matter
in North Miami, at the same time
and successful remedy catarrh
Result of the Second Primary killing E. E. Stafford. This double attention and if the law is being violated as healthful tonic a
in its various forms. "..Hon. W. E. Andrews.
J to it.
put a stoy
is There were several newspapers in murder occurred the same night as t

F, this state who, in the recent prima- the Bethea-Holt tragedy. Yesterday a hoisting engine and,a I ,.0.Thomas Cale,who was elected to! Hon. C. Slemp Congr" e"man from
: ries, supported Hon. D. U. Fletcher Hopkins is represented by Attor- couple of car loads of supplies were C '.1re"6 from Alaska, is well known! Virginia, whose borne address is Big

: for U. S. senator and Hon. J. N. C. neys George A. Worley and A. R. sent down to the extension works. 'E the Pao'fic lore,wbere he has rei -j'I Stone Gap,Va, writes: :

t' i Stockton for governor and THE STAR Simmons, of this city, and Cromwell The engine is to be used at Quarry >d. His V'a*hinton address is 1312 I "1 can cheerfully uy that I have used
t Nth: street, :N. '\\ .."ashln lon, D. your valuable remedy, Peruna with
t k was one of them. We can only speak Gibbons, of Jacksonville, ''while Camp on Metacumbe Key where several Ccngre.rnan Cale rites of Pkruna: C'I(I beneficial result, aud can unbe.ii.singly -
for ourselves, but we supported State's Attorney John C. Jones rep- large rock drills are In use. Within .'I can clKt-rfally recommend Pcruna recommend your remedy to mr

i- 1.these two men for these positions be- resents the state. the past month several of the old as avery efficient remedy for coughs friends as an invigr rating tonic and aa
employes of the railroad and nt for c.-
eompany a1 colds. effective perioaa
cause we felt sure that they would Up to noon about seventy-five
have been told to hold themselves in !tome people prefer to take tablets tarrh."
r fill them best and we suppose the talesman had been examined, withno readiness for work and the general rather titan to take medicine in fluid Mr. Doss Craig,1'ork Yale,T.BR.,b.*

i others did the same. peremptory challenges made by impression is that work will be resum- fu.m. Such people can obtain Peruna catarrh of the bead for two years .*d

Mr. Stockton lost to General Gil- the state or defense. Hopkins is at- ed on the extension at an early date.- tablets:, which represent the medicinal bad abandoned all hope of being eared,
irsredients of Peruna. Each tablet is but to his surprise Parnna cured Watt
christ, while Mr. Fletcher won over tended by his brother from Jacksonville lHamlewsRerord.. and well.
equivalent toone average dose of Peruna. sound
Governor Broward, and scored a victory who has been here practicallyever ___._L__ ________ ___ __ __ _ _
: that he and his friends may loll since the tragedy occurred. EYER WATCHFUL

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A Little Care Will Save Many Titus-
For Plantation
Large Hotel Key
Governor Broward
campaigner certainly -i
ville Readers Future Trouble
tt': stands among the first. I Mr. J. E. Ingraham, third vice-

The cause for the landslide to Gen. president of the Florida East Coast See Watch that the they kidney have secretions.the amber hue of health High Grade Reed Organs

Gilchrist in the second primary is railway, has closed a deal wherebythe The Contains discharges no "bnck-dust'like"not excessive or Sfdimeut.infrequent;

not hard to determine. In our opinion East Coast Hotel company acquires IKnn'u Kidney Pills mil do this for you.
ft it was poor politics in injecting the Low estate of 320 acres of when They they watch are sick.the kidneys and cure them

''r the prohibition movement into this valuable land on Plantation Key, and Titasville testimony proves it.

contest which caused many a voter on it the hotel company will erect a Mrs. Jcsephina A. Lewis, living in

l .t 5f to resent the same by voting against monstrous new hotel, the largest in Titusville. Fla., says: "For some =2LA
time I suffered from a weakness of !
T;*, Mr. Stockton. the world. I the kidneys and an irregular actionof lt
1'4 While very many are not feeling This tract has a frontage on both the secretions caused me great an- s '

I; ; ::'fi the best over defeat, others that won the Atlantic ocean and the Bay of noyance. My back was also very l\l '

''e out take their victory with good Florida, with deep water harbor.Mr. lame and \\eakandl suffered con-
*- f grace. We should all bear in mind Ingraham has also contractedwith stantly from a dull nagging pain i ""
through my loins. I could not rest
, .v5f' that this has only been a party con- Mr. Samuel Johnson, of Planter wen at night and at times was in

1.1. .- test within party lines and that wee Key Largo for an additional G60 : such a miserable condition that I I f

; A must all put up a solid front at the acres for townsitl' purposes: a por- could not attend to my household !.lu iAu w ;! / F
"* election in the be used for the duties. I used several remedies but
general fall. THE tion of the same to
did not obtain much relief. I finally
*JT STAR will give its support to every erection of a medium-sized hotel. learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and

l .o*' candidate nominated in either primary Mr. W. E. Brown, civil engineer at obtained them. They proved to be

> :j* no matter whether he was our Quarry for the past year, i is in chargeof far more beneficial to me than any 'J
*:t preference or not. the proposed improvement, andis other remedy I had previously us.i.The .
4' lameness and M>rene>3 across
the with several 1
on grounds now
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1 my back vanished mv kidnesecre 1'
1 .s High Honors to Miss Lord assistants and a gang of men. tions acted regula'rly'and I now feel

pf President Blackman! of Rollins colJ. Streets and avenues will be gradedand stronger and better in eeryay" I

", lege, has been notified by Dr. Prit. improvements of all kinds started give Doan's Kidney Pills credit for

,.KV- chett, president of the Carnegie at once.Steamer this great change i in my condition/'
For sale by all dealers. Price tf
Foundation for --- ----
the Advancement of
\ cent Fo*t r-Milburn Co., New
sj Teaching, that a retiring grant has Miami Will Be Laid Up York sole agents for the United

s .. been voted by the executive committee On Sunday the Sth the steamer States.
\: to Miss Frances E. Lord, for the Miami, now on the Knights Key Key Remember the name Doan's-and

: past eleven years professor of Latin 'Vest and Havana run will be laid take no other._ __ _/__ 7

%; v at Rollins. Prof. Lord is the only )I7 for the summer and her run taken Pianos WantedIf
teacher in Florida and is I ttY the steamer Mascotte. Imrned I fA AND l
iij one of only
lately with her "laj-off" the Miami you have piano you \\ishto OR.GJ\
t-.* *' half a dozen in the lower south to be' will be taken to Jacksonville by First sell, we will sell it for you on 10 per I (tit,
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-. thus honored. Officer Sharpley and berthed there cent- --commission...-Indian-- River Music I J
U She taught Greek in Vassar college House, Titusville, r la.
if until fall. Capt. M. White of the
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'. -1' for nine years and was professor oft Miami will be transferred to the Mas NoticeNotice

Latin in Wellesley college:for tv\"ent>"- cotte.<< while Mr. Sharpley and the oth- ''I is hereby given that the tax

, ; .:o one years, being also for a short time cr officers of the Miami's crew will be assessor will meet with the board of i
acting president of the latter insti- kept Ly her during the summer. This county commissioners of Brevard coun- For sale by the

,t tution. This action of the Carnegie ir: the first time that the Miami has ty, Florida at the clerk's office at Ti
,',> tusville, Florida, on the 6th day of July,
t. .i Foundation is highly complimentary been laid up in se'eralear:3.. It is 1908, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purposeof INDIAN RIVERMUSIC
F'' 4;' to Rollins. Tne only southern institutions said some extensive work will be don hearing complaints and receiving testimony -
' -tf the to the Miami during the stay at Jacksonville as to the value of any propertyreal
on "accepted list" of the
or personal as fixed by the county
Foundation are the John Hopkins though the nature and kindis assessor of taxes for the year 1908 and' HOUSE

f+:' university of Baltimore the Randolph not stated.Miami Metropolis. of perfecting, reviewing and equalizing ,
the assessment rolls for said ear.
t ; \ Macon Womans' college of Virginia Stomach Troubles R. A. CO.NKLING, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
: c and Tulane University of New Chairman of Board of County Commis-
v Many remarkable en resof stomach troubles sioners Brevard
f :rk Orleans. Teachers in state universities have been effected by Chamberlain' Stomach (Attest) County, Florida
, in schools controlled and Liver Tablet On man who had A.A. STEWART
or by religions spent over two thousand dollars for medicine \
i! '. denominations are not pensioned and treatment was cared by a few boxes Clerk of Circuit Court and Clerk of
of these tablets. Price J5 cents. Samplesfree Board of Countv Commissioners.By xI
.< t.,,', ', by the Carnegie, Foundation; nor at Titusville rharmacy. 0. A. Stewart, Deputy. I

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S' "''; Hurrah For the FourthA Announcement for Senator. ROLLINS COLLEGE ,n j

-, '''' glorious time is expected in Ti- To the Voters of the 13th Senatorial District

""- -, tusville a week from tomorrow, the Fellow Citizens: I am a candidatefor m.oricln.'s Oldest College -i: -.'. ...
: Fourth of July, and a large crowd is the senate and I stand. for The College,Academy: ,and Schools of Music Expression!: ,. TIn Arts Domestic..ladiu- -_ ... ,

: --; already assured of being here. Compact.The trial Carnegie Art and Hall BosineM.and third mea't dormitory now gohig ap electric light.ttwu Dad ..1.
,1kJJit. '.f Toiards the DeflIStfthe The F. E. C. railway has given political organization of socie- tenal farae heat;large faculty perfect health conditions.nn. gymna..luiB, athletic Held ,-
coarto.rolf links; hace-hall and basket-ball team* champion of Florida this 1

;;: t : ..PentaiiIt special excursion rates from all pointson ty never has, and never can satisfy yeS available.1'. Nearly Christian a quarter but million undenominational dollars endowment;stands for expense moderate;scholarships -,r' 'j,; ..

'; : -. i the East Coast of one and a third the demands of human nature. The '
.Jw1&!. planning for am elabo- Oliair&otox; OuLltTixo Conduo1'l'' .
fares for the round trip plus 25 cents Compact is a new science which
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t! l'ta of, July celebration. :
Next MMIOB begin October 7. Tor catalogue address the President.
: : Npo good from all points on the F. E. C. teaches the true organization of so '

'':iY-J; '., '" .*'." :. .Baeiness League of FlorIn R'y, tickets sold July 2nd, 3rd and ciety. I stand for The Compact be- WnL-. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., Winter Park, Fla. 1'
J :will meet Ocala July 8 and b. '
? ,. 4th, limited to July 8th. cause it will satisfy the demands of :
: -Booker:
; T.'Washington will be present :
', '" :\and:_address the meeting. The programme has been arrangedto human nature perfectly. The prin- J\

; please the visitors to our town ciples of The Compact are stated in
:Chairman. Davis has called the KIBLINGJRJIUTOMOBILE .
State without tiring them out. a small tract which I will send to any

f'\f;: .:'t-. to Democratic meet In executive committee Motor boats are already entered one making the request. : .
Jacksonville on Friday,
', June 26, to. canvass the returns of the from distant points up and down the The declarations of the candidates HIGH WHEEIS SOLID TIRES STANDARD TREAD J

second primary coast and this promises to be a lively before the late primaries are evidence .
: W contest both as Jo speed and in num- of the maladjustment of our 5875 an.d lip
A. BI bee, a wealthy resident of \ .
!!' Jacksonville, has awarded a contract ber of entries. social relations. Every candidate Catalogue Free W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla. I

The baseball contest between Eau advocated needed reform. The
'j' for the erection of a ten story office ,

c' building costing $100,000 on a sits Gallie and Titusville will be the great candidates and the people were di RESIGNATIONS BY WHOLESALE Whales on Daytona Beach. \; "4 .

immediately east of the Florida NA event of the afternoon and one of vided. All were antagonistic. The !
(Daytona Gazette-News.)
tlonal Bank building the best attractions of the day. A struggle for supremacy must continue Second Regiment of State Troops !

Ike Morris, a porter on the Tampa grand stand has been provided for I while political organization lasts. Without Officers. Some time Saturday night 9 large i I
whales floated into shallow water '
J- Northern train, snatched an express the pleasure of spectators., Under The Compact,which is society -I The Tampa Times of Wednesday near Mosquito Inlet and were left on I" s4 .,

; package containing $400 Sunday as The day's celebration will close i organized for the purpose of satisfying says: the shore by the tide. It is not know

: the train was entering Tampa, and with a grand ball in the evening in the demands of human nature Every commissioned officer of the i whether they were dead when they I I.

: made his escape. The package contained the Titusville opera house. Music unity will take the place of discord Second regiment Florida State Troops came ashore or not. When discovered 1

: $185 in currency and the balance will be furnished by the Titusville under the Compact the world stationed in*Tampa, has resigned. one of the monsters showed signs -
J t in checks. orchestra. The dancers can return will turn to useful service the energy Cap Max Moritz, acting post commander of life. Several of them had been eaten .-I

7 Born. to Mr. and Mrs. R. Hudson southward on the 11:18 p. m. train; now wasted in cruel conflict. and in command of F. company by sharks and may have been dead f
: Burr, a sOn and'daughter at 8 o'clock northward at 2.30 a. m. I am not standing for an ideal, a sent his resignation, together for some time. A small army of men i

. Sunday morning at Tallahassee. Th. theory- or a -hoary precedent. 1 am with that of Lieutenant Thomas J. are busily engaged in cutting up the II ?l

; mother and daughter are doing nice) Fourth of July CelebrationAT standing for a scientific truth. Jenner, commanding M. Company carcasses and getting out the oil and t .

J but the boy died. The body was Every reader can know that The Walter F. Bettis, adjutant of the first hundreds of people are viewing the .

: expressed to Miami for interment In TITUSVILLE, FLA. Compact science. I am preparedto battalion, and B. W. Gully, quarter- work and cutting out teeth Jor souve- 3 'I
? the lot. master of the first battalion to regi- mr .
OFFICIAL PROGRAMME discuss the facts and the princi- the other day.
: The of bear hunters that left Such a large number of whales ;
party 9:00 a. m. Concert by Indian River ples of The Compact with anyone They have been received by ColonelF.

i: last week for Norton's pasture were band at Indian River bank who wishes to make an investigation.There X. Schuller, commanding the Second ashore at one time is an epoch in
Florida and the
mystery of the leviathans -
successful, killing three bears. ;
corner Capt. Jas. Pritch- are only three new facts: regiment, and approved and forwarded being stranded never be '
One was a' large one and would -
- ard, committee. 1. The law of demand. to Tallahassee. Today Capt. known.. *
- have weighed, according to state. -
9:30: a. m. Motor Boat Races start 2. The natural division of society. ;Moritz has received the resignationsof : The whales are proving a great -
ments of the party nearly or quite :
: 500 pounds. The other two were up on the river, right in 3. Organization for the purposeof First Lieutenant A. E. McGrew and I drawing card for the beach and people ;

i.; smaller .and weighed only about 250 front of town, Com. J. satisfying the demands of human Second Ueutenant H. H. Bourquardez. are coming in on every train to .

t or 300 pounds each.-Bartow Courier- Lorillard, committee.Will nature.I of company F, and he is approvingand :see the monsters of the deep. .. .

L Informant last two hours. The am not posing as a leader, but I sending them to regimental head- "
.. quarters. Colonel Schuller will approve Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that Coo-
judgeswillbeDeanP.J.Robottorn am necessarily in the position of a
S. R. Udell, of Homosassa, lays and forward them to Tallahassee tala Mercury
Mr. Geo. Bat-
, claim to having caught the largest teacher. '
also. There are now but two
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
. tle, Dr. H. G. Utley. The who votes for The Com-
fish with hook and line that has been man .
commissioned officers left in Tampa smell and completely derange the whole Bra-

.t landed in this section of the State Time-keepers, Messrs. A. pact is not a supporter or follower, Major Henry Cohen and Captain A. E. I tem when entering it through the mucous -

- for a number of years. While out in Brady, G. M. Robbins. he does not depend upon me, does Moreno both of who mare under arrest surfaces.. Such articles should never be used

. False Channel near the mouth of the Starter, J. Lorillard;Jr. not need me. His vote means a demand pending the making known of except on prescriptions from reputable phy- i

Homosassa River Sunday afternoon I 2:30 p. m. Bicycle Races, to start for an industrial organizationof the court martial which recently icians, as the damage they will do is ten fold <.

- he hooked an immense black shark, from Indian River bank society which can and must satisfy heard charges against them, and to them.the good HaIrs you Catarrh can Cure possibly,manufactured derive from by \, -

; and after a desperate fight succeededin corner E. B. Wager, com all natural demand. A vote for whose findings are now in the handsof F. J. Cheney &Co..Toledo. O. contains no i|

killing it. The monster measured mercury, and is taken int4nally acting ( ...
mittee. that the voter the
The governor.
Compact means directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
7 feet 9 inches long and weighed 670 of the In buying Halls Catarrh ,
r [ 3:30 p. m. Baseball Game between understands his rights and how to system.
pounds.-Crystal River News.A Peonage Charge Fell Through. Cure be sure you get the genome. It is taken j .
Eau Gallie and Titusville, secure them.I internally and made in 1 oledo. Ohio, by F.J.
company has! been formed with a Bert Johnson committee. stand this An important decision was renderedat Cheney &Co. Testimonials free.
on proposition:
last lion. Sold by rugjtists. Price 75c per bottle.
Jacksonville Monday fey
capital of $200,000, to be known as the 8:30 p. m. Grand Ball at the Titus- The Compact will satisfy the demands Take Hall's family Pills for constipation. /
Forest and Product James W. Locke, judge of the United .
t American Camphor ville Opera House, music of human nature perfectly.The .
States court in the two caSes of the
to cultivate camphor A\TED-Second hand bags and burlap
3 Company, ;
The by Titusville orchestra, proposition iwuires study and United States vs J. C. Meredith ana any kind.any quantity, anywhere; we pay 1 if
3 trees in Polk county. company D BAG CO, Richmond Va.
W. S. Branning, committee. statement or The Compact freighLRICHMON ,
Lake Garfield every the United States vs. W. J, Krom.
land -
L has 640 acres of near --1. -
should be verified. with J. C. Meredith !:
,- southeast of Barton charged peonage.
,. a few miles t.,
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-1 on what is known as the Hancock Motor Boat Races Whether the assumption is that is chief constructing engineer.on COLOMBIA COLLEGE -

place. They have already cleared and The Compact is false or that it is true the extension of the Florida East

t. planted thirty acres in young cam- The following races for motor boats !does not matter provided there fol- Coast railway to Key West. and Mr (CO-EDLCATIOVU)

have been arranged for the Fourthof Krome is his assistant. They wer" ..
phor trees, and are now preparing to lows a thorough investigation.The Lake City, Fla. :
extensive July celebration at Titusville: existence in the popular mindof charged in the indictments with bolding ,.
1 go into the business on an Colombia college offers splendid opportunities
scale.-Bartow Courier-Informant. Class A-speed boats of 12 miles the idea that there is an enemy of in peonage "the numerous class for young men and young women who .
i- and over, to be raced according to of laborers' e plo>ed to work on the wish to fit themselves for usefulness and success .-
Joe Stokes and Turner Howell of the people is not without foundation.But in life. While we aim at mental culture. .
1. ,time handed in, and if they exceed the real is political extension. The indictments were obtained the practical is not overlooked and moral I .
captured an enemy orga-
ri the Fort Cooper section, such time to be. penalized double. by Assistant Attorney General training is emphasized .
canal between Floral nization. The of the college into the ,
alligator in the the organization several
Russell Locke dismissed
week that There will be first and second prizes, that railroador Judge schools covers the entire education of thestudent. .
last The notion a king, a
City and the River indictment as there was not the slightest i
measured eleven feet and four inchesin consisting of handsome silver cups. a corporation is the enemy, is a ground on which the indictments I. THESCHOOLOFACADaMICGRADaSI're.i "t
to the college classes
half Course 9 miles. paratory
length. It took the two men delusion.A could be based. II THE SCHOOL of LIBEBIL ARTS Covering 't
a day to secure the saurian, which Class B-Motor boats of speed 8 to broader knowledge will show Persons residing along and others the languages, the sciences, mathematics + .f

,!i;. is now penned up in Mr. Stokes' yard. 12 miles per hour. Boats in this that all the ills of society mustdisappear visiting the edge of the Everglades in III. ,THE etc. SCHOOL OF tiE ARTS*-Music, ,. ,. .

and is uninjured. The captors will class will start from an anchor with under the natural organizationof the past few days, report the water painting. etc. V:

probably get a good price for the engine not in motion, anchor to be society. Our ignorance, not the the highest in the glades that it has THE,8 etc'H'JOL OF PEOAGOOY-Tew.hin, ,{

: 'gator from some dealers in curios.- raised and engine started at signal laws of creation, has produced human been in the past year. This is causedby V. THE SCHOOL OF THE BIBL*.-Study of 1
God word and religious culture etc.
Inverness Chronicle. from First and second prizes, the recent copious rains, the watesaveraging /.
:: a gun. misery. ADH EM AR BRADY. M THE SCHOOL OF Br>i >s-Book-keeping \..
Miami is now well supplied with 1 consisting ofhand-ome silver cup ----- 12 to 14 inches in the low- stenograpny eteII ;
\- THE summer fruits and no one has much Course 6 miles. A Narrow Escape. est parts. Previous to these rains ( dressmaking needle work, etc. .

r trouble in selecting a kind to suit Class -Motor boats of speed not (Orlando Sentinel.) the 'glades were practically dry and VIII. THE SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL \BTS- i i
Gardening, dairying, poultry farm, etc. .
his particular taste. Pineapples. exceeding miles per hour. Boatsin Mr E. C Moore, a Postal Telegraph the land in many places parched b>' Competent instructors will meet the classes .' M
mangoes water the drouth Miami Metropolis. in the above named schools 'a.ciiliu: and f
: grapes from
and peaches will! also start an
this struck by lightning ,
other kinds was apparatus have Ut-u provided to illustrate
melons, oranges and many anchor with engine not in motion, Harsh physics reset, weaken the bowels and demonstrate tbe work in the several de- "'
can be found in the stores showing Thursday afternoon while working ona cause constipaticn Doans Regukts operate partments.. f
who keep anchor to be raised and engine to be tbe easily tone tbe stomach, cure constitution: The College Co-Operative Home offers advantages t
has merchants pole on Orange avenue, near residence -
that this city started at signal from a gun. Six your druggist for them at reduced charges.V e aim at the ,
right in touch with all markets. Mangoes of Mr \.'. S. Branch The wire bcbt pK> ibIe education at the lowest cost consistent S
brought in every day cash prizes-$8, $-3, $4, $3, $2 and$1. Weekly Weather Kep are being was struck on Central avenue the .
from the near by farms and the crop course 6 miles. PITER. FL\, June 23 190S nityFaIl term begin8.Septeml loth l9oa. .
will be far above the Class C starts at 9:30 a. m. lightning passing through two arresters Com pa.ratin' .t.Uement of temperatures r"or information find catalogues apply toG.A.NUNNALLYPresident .
for this summer for the week ending Tuebday :
average. In a few weeks the avocado Class B starts at 10:30 a. m. before reaching the pole on which and lPOS 17 '

will be seen on the market, but Class A starts at 11:30 a. m. Moore was at work. The shock ron D.nFx.. MIV :MMIN. I {

: they will not be fairly in season until Boats must be entered in such tIered him unconscious tut his 'safet June.. IS Ii.1" fc5 7 71;> Js W j 7o 76 CITATION NOTICE ,

: News .. M 74 *$ 69 IX THE CIKLIT COURT I\T AM rOK ;
Miami with their best 19.
Jul -
the latter part of > events as }" held him to the pole until other ., 20. H4 72 MJ 7? BKLRDCOLVTrLORIDV: .. !
Record. speed. linemen procured ropes and let him .. 21. 84 70 t 6 73 IS CHANCERYk'yal j",
Wads- be made to Com. J. 2i W 75 &4 7:> '
killed near Entries to :
: T. A. Hagan was down. Doctors Christ and McEwanwere :::l S6 74 *3 73 J. Whitnev Complainant. MathieuSouviclle "
sa on Tuesday night. We are informed Lorillard, Jr., Titusville, Fla., up to there as soon as Moore was low Total rainfall for the week .i:) in<'h-s. and his wife. Eliza M *>ouviele! 'I 1
who was nearby, that he 2nd inclusive. I Departure rainfall for the wttk lu LCS i-7 and C IJd'rie'e and her husband,
by one July ered to the ground and Dr. McEwan'sautomobile I inches Lafayette Hoyt I>er'ruse. iXfcndauta.OTICK .-
: was under the influence of whiskey Entries are free and all motor boat made a "record" on its Departure rainfall since Jan. Irt minus > \O\-EEMDENT DtJENDivrs n

had driven his family children's from home clothes ,- men are cordially invited to enter I trip to the hospital. To the prompt 5.37 inches. II. P_ 11 AJ1.DIS. To Sarah C. Dei nte and her husband, Lafayette *.

burned his wife's and their boats in these events and efficient medical assistance tendered Official in Charge Hoyt eFriev Defendants.
furniture and T'.1
broke up household Moore probably owes his life. HEREBY REQUIRED TO \
threatening every one in sight, Born in Iowa No Need of Suffering from Rheumatism YOl'RE the Pill Complaint filed herein 4
after It was a very narrow escape but
Wacissa. in the above entitled utusc! ,on or '
against you
got his gun and droye off for Our family were all born and raised in for his strap he would have fallen to It is a mistake to allow anyone W suffer before the third day (IfugusL A. I). ISO*. .
killed in the bare used ChaniberUins Colic:, i"
he was shot and Iowa, and rheumatism. tbe always be THE FLORIDA STIR is hereby designated a*
Later and Diarrhoea Remedy (made at Des the ground and been kil1ed.t the I from as pain can 'I JI
Cholera in which this order shall be
party or parties relieved, and in most cases cure is effected by tbe newspaper
road by some unknown Moines) for years. We know how good it is time of the accident he was assistingthe applying Chamberlain: Liniment. The relief published,once a week for eight consecutive f ,
; ofit.- In fact
further par- exi-erwnce in the use I
I- Being unable to get from the writt'r's life Orlando Water and Light; Com from pain which it affords ill alone worth weeks. .
Texas was
in El Paso
except that a reward has been when of this remedy. We manv times its cot>t. It makes sleep and rest I Ipo6I Witness mv hand and seal of office this 5tb ;
[. ticulars sated by the prompt use pany in rearranging some electric i of June. A. 0. i. ,
the murdererer the mercantile business > ble. Even in cases of lonz standing this I day 1
offered for the capture are now engaged and have introduced the light wires. He is to be congratulated liniment should be used on account of the relief I Seal of ) .*. A. STEWART, .'
cannot now publishmore at Narcoossee, which it adords. Do not be divou razed j( t'limit: Court ) Clerk Circuit Court, ;
this newspaper occurrence remedy here It has fa\'or.-Ennis proven very Bros.snrues&fuland This on his rapid and complete recov until you have given it a trial. For sale by I By O \. Stewart. D aD .-t ,
the deplorable is growing in ( Solicitor. 1
of Titusville Pbarmacv L.Gaalden, Complainant
Democrat. remedy is for sale by Titusville Pharmacy. ery. 1j
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y,6" THE FLORIDA STAR JUNE,26., ,1908. __ .t t.

r=#. With the, adoption of the platformthe would Sleave no one anything to Forts Hamilton and Wadsworth.. N. Y. HAWK RAISING FOR BOUNTY. I

roil call of states began for presi- possess," while the latter "would give While the big guns were sinking imaginary -

{ IEEPINU I 1 hIS, dential nominations which resulted Ina equal opportunity which would assure fleets offshore hundreds of broken Eggs Placed Under Sitting Hem to

tremendous demonstration lasting to each his share of a constantly in- windows and tumbling ceilings recorded Secure $1 Offered For Bird

,4 twenty-five minutes when the name of creasing sum of possessions. the result on land. One woman A number of farmers In jlidteon

Taft was presented. Taft was nomi- Bryan Wave Sweeping*On. was serio'..sly hart by a falling celling. In the "hawk raising"

nated The on expected the first effort ballot.was made to the The week Bryan with campaign the announcement managers began that Ocean Lusitanla.liner coming were held to a op sudden and the halt big county business, Ky, says a Lexington numbers dispatch.of hawk .

$2 1 O ON I THE I WORLD l lJ stampede the convention to Roosevelt their candidate had then 631 votes in grounded on n mud bank and was delayed eggs They under have hens large and will raise chicken ;

J I while a big demonstration for La Fol- the Denver convention pledged giving for some time. During the week hawks In large numbers that they mar

Roosevelt ban- total of lad In the Den- elaborate army maneuvers were conducted to I
I lette was la progress him a grand be killed and the state compelled
the shoutingwas by General Grant with several '
unfurled and convention. Democratic state con-
ners were ver each.
-. the rate $1
at its height when Chairman ventions In the south have joined In the thousand regulars and militia at Pine What the authorities can do about

THe Roosevelt Programme Carried Lodge ordered the voting by states to Bryan: following within a week nota- Plains. N. Y. this fore the convening of the next

proceed, the clerk using a megaphone.This : bly In Tennessee and Mississippi and legislature is not known.

Out at Chicago, the Convention I finally checked the ardor of the also in Colorado.: I L INDUSTRIAL \ Owing to the great damage don te

Taft Fort stampeders, and the nomination"of Taft Leader Williams Resigns. different parts of Kentucky by chick

: Naming: was made unanimous on motion of the John Sharp Williams floor leader of hawks, whirl annually kill tboueaBd*"

!, President on a Platform Which allies. The result of the first and only tee minority in tbe house of representatives A Pipe Line Frcm Illinois. of chickens, tbe last legislature passed
r 1>st ballot was 702 for Taft GS for Knox, I. has tendered his resignation to The Tidewater Pipe Line company. a bill providing for $1 boanty fer

Lauds the Roosevelt Policies. C7 for Hughes, 5S for Cannon, 40 for take effect next Dec. 1. His purpose In which operates a six: inch pipe from each of these birds dead preeeet* at

butt Fairbanks. 25 for La Foli(>tte. 16 for this is to give his successor time during l-radfoni in the Pennsylvania oil re-I the county clerk's office of tbe eoe *yin

injunction Plank Modified, Foraker and 3 for Roosevelt. the short session to get acquainted : S'on. to the seaboard at Bayonne, X. J.. i which it is killed. ":

Not Eliminated-Sherman In Earlier the same day the platformh.d with the game, whether the next houseIs has contracted to build at once an extension I -----.-- -- --

: been adopted as reported the minority to be Republican or Democratic.Van of this line across northern You Never Can Telljifet ,

-. Second: Place Effort For 1 report signed" by Cooper of Wisconsin Cleave Accepts Substitute. Ohio Into the Illinois oil field at Robin I exactly the cause of your rb
in favor wf the La Follette ideas son at a cost of $1.500.000. When com- kuww H.$
: President James W. Van Cleave of but you know you have it. LK yua
4 ,Third Term Stampede of campaign publicity, valuation of. the Manufacturers' association In an pleted this will be the first time that Hallanl's Snow Liniment will car M*-IB-

Socialism Pointed railroads direct election of !senators oil has been pumped from Illinois dI- lieVf"s the pain--re liMt the &w.llM( Mi
the injunction plank
Danger interview on limbers tbe joints and mMstlw SM ttet fttt
etc.. being voted down on the floor of rect to the seaboard.The .
the convention and wen [
adopted by Republican will be as active M yvu e.z
F Out-President Praises and the convention said the people of the great middle Fourth East River Bridge. Price 25c., oOc, and |1,O Said ky

Leaders Congratulate The final session of the convention class which he represented had got essentially The harbor channel known as the Pharmacy curl Banner Drug btor*.

k4 t'o ; Party .. balloted once for the vice presidential what they wanted-namely, East river, which separates New York

Taft. nomination the choice falls g on Congressman "an expression of confidence In our city from Long Island was spanned bya Railroad Signal Horns.
Jauies S. Sherman of Utica 1'2 when the
fourth bridge. June : railroads arc U.
courts in vindication of existing and The Prussian state
N. Y. Of the 'J79 votes cast, one ,Wisconsin time honored use of the great writ of towers of the new Manhattan bridge periinentiug with signal boras wWi

1 w I TPOLITICALI I dele g\te Injunction to protect endangered human were connected by two cables to support which guards are to repeat brake signals -

being absent rights and the preservation a footbridge; on which the cable given by the engine men w Weh r

Sherman received of weavers may work. This Is near the trains sometimes are Mt i
F against all attack from long goods
; National Convention.
1 ; Republican 816. Murphy i either capital or labor our greatest and old Brooklyn bridge, or between It and beard by all tbe ; ards. tH>eeteUy ta

: : .t The temporary roll of the national received 77, most necessary principle of equality before the newer Williamsbun bridge. At the stormy weather, wbeu they have t.-r I

. : gathering of republicans baring been Guild To). Sheldon the law"Congratutations same time tbe new Blackwell's island collars turned up It is also prui '

' S5 made up'bji the national committee in 10 aud Fairbanks I bridge is ready to turn over to the city. to ascertain whether these born trirty I

e what was humorously called the 1. S'uel- ire From Teddy.As Steel Mitts to Start Up. not be used to advantage w bess tns1 .. 1
steam roller" style-that is, the contests don and Fairbanks %ts soon as the news of Taft's nomination '
t Plttsburg hears that the mills of the break in two. One ruanageio* t vrMck
- being nearly ( reached the White house tbe
$ had not jt' steel trust in that district are to reopen has used the horns for repeating st.ft- I
all settled in favor president cave out a statement congratulating
''" presentedto the and expressinghis i on July 6. giving employment to many ii;; signals ports that they can he
of Taft- the convention country
the conven thousands of men who have been Idle beard for great distance, erea ajptMttJie
assembled 'i deep admiration for the man. loiter
; ? tion. The nomination \ ':t" antf
all winter spring.
4' in the huge Coliseum was. ". r he sent a telegram of congratulation to ----- --- -

at Chicago, Sherman. Secretary Taft and members
& promptly made '\I t, A Twenty-year Sentence
:.c.. June 16, with Senator unanimous. This of his family awaited the result at the
t __ I LEGAL-CRIMIN "I have just u.niplettd a twulyy m--
;a'. Burrows of was the one act ..- ...-., war department and when the word tence iniiMjbe4 by Buttku'u: Ant ea Sac *.

Michigan as tem of the convenJames S. Sherman came the secretary told the newspapermen which cord me of blevtliiig l'ilNju.t tw.Htf

;' porary chairman tion not arranged by the managers for that he could not deny that the Powers and Howard Are Free. years ag'>," writes O.5.1Cwluver. of LelUyville *-
Y. Bucklfn's Arnica !Salve
,I he being introduced the administration. Dolliver. Hughes outcome made him happy. After remaining eight years in jail the worst. sores, boils bins, wounds awl etNt

< by Chairman New and Beveridge had declined the honor. Taft's Church Connections.Just during which time he was four times in the shortest time. 25c at liwaeer lJs..

t of the national com Sherman went from Chicago to Cincin- before the nomination of Secretary tried for complicity in the murder of Store. -

,: 'c mittee. One inno- nati to confer with Taft over the national Taft at Chicago occurred a statement Governor Elect O. .STC> :JA..

it Secretary Taft. ration in the arrangements chairmanship. Sherman is a was given out at Washington in- ----k COCbCLthrlCefound! Bean the 1h lita You flaw "''11MSJgu.tur. Btu;

f was the absence of a bar 1 banker lawyer and man of affairs. He tended to contradict assertions made in guilty anal .

I' f a' in the building, due to the growing influence i is on the rules committee of the house. some quarters that be U an atheist. sentenced to life d #T&Lz

l of the temperance forces. Burrows I I For many years James Schoolcraft The fact is that Taft came of a family Imprisonmentand ----

reviewed the history of the party Sherman has been an influential factorin connected with the Unitarian church once to A Salvation Army Fleet.

and spoke words of unqualified In- of New York and iu j6' death Caleb
the politics and that he has been a member of the General Booth! s Ilh'-I project M to

dorsement of the courts much to the congress he has won popularity equal Washington: church of that denomination r1 Powers, former establish a dei>t of NI'atioonQ'

delight of tfce: conservative faction with that he enjoys in the Empire while Mrs. Taft attends the Episcopal u.--' sC'Crctaryofstate steamers to carry the an y's emi

4: which was preparing for a desperate State. Mr. Sherman is fifty-three years church. of Kentuckyhas grants across the Atlantic.

fight against the proposed antiinjunction old. having been born in Utica, Is. Y. Colorado For Bryan. / ,e become a freeman __ _________ J

a' plank approved by the president in 1855, and is! a son of Richard U. / upon the
i The Colorado Democratic state convention
and Secretary Taft. The session was and Mary Frances Sherman pardon of Governor /IJUST
threw out the contesting Patterson
brief and spiritless. Wlllson
Main Points of the Platform. delegates and instructed the delegates Ii / ONE
t. The committee on credentials seated ac, At the same .I time
S The platform promulgated by the Chicago to lleD\'er for Bryan.EXECUTIVE.
all the Taft delegates, so that there was Jim Howard.themoun
WORD word Is
I contention except for the changeIn 'r.'r.V V/ that
I no hope left for the allied opposition on taiueer
"I' the injunction plank referred to
any score. The emotional forces of I who was serving Tu-t"t'Sit
above and some minor details is the I
Caleb Powers.
the Immense gathering of delegates a lICe term forth ,
a Wade Ellis and
': and spectators were brought into play one prepared by approved alleged shooting of Goebel, was refers to Dr. Tutt's Liver Pill and
and Taft in ad-
i'f', during the speech of Permanent Chair by Roosevelt Rule For Emergency Currency. pardoned out of the state penitentiary 311EANS HEALTH.Are
vance. It begins with a reference to .
, man Lodge the second day when he .\ treasury iK-iurtineat circular has : Frankfort. Both mer> received public .''
the record of the Roosevelt administration )OU consU"Jh 1""
asserted that "the president is the best been issued carrying Into effect the demonstrations from their friends i&l
. 1 and the growing wealth of the I' Tri>Ia-'led with lltlL"&::"D/
1. \ .' abused and most popular man in the new currency act. The main points are and went at once to see their families. Sid t+< iJ.t"h.t
laid the "safe
nation stress being on
f t# United States today." The cheering that in organizing the currency associations After resting at a health resort Powers 1'irtigo i ?

(f. t= then started lasted over forty minutes passage financial of American disturbance people which,througha if appearing there must be at least ten will resume tbe practice of law. At hIs Uiiious Insomnia? ?

. r although many of the delegates did not in the midst of Democratic ruleor banks iu contiguous territory for each Ian trial i the jury disagreed. In the ANY of these sv irptoms and min" others

!: 4' join in. This incident was ominous of association and named for the localityin eight years since the first trial seven i:1.JI'st inaction a the Ll\ Lit:
of it. might have equaled
J t the feared stampede to Roosevelt when menace Democratic; of which they are formed, that state of the jurors who tried him have :Need
familiar panics
-' the roll of states should be called for lines be observed as much as possible dropped dead.
R The failure of much legislation -
the past.
Some said that and that 1 cent upon the average S
nominations. reports per
at the last session of congress is Verdict Against the Oil Trust.In .
hired shouters were stationed in the amount of public deposits held will be
a laid to the Democratic filibuster. the rebate suit brought by the IItt'sPiUsTake
galleries to keep up the excitement and paid by the depository banks.
: Revision of the tariff is promised aft- federal government at Rochester,
noise. In point of time it broke allJ Uniform Immigrant Tas-
er the inauguration of the next president :\. Y., against the Standard Oil company
J .\ records. Lodge told the people that "by the imposition of such dutiesas After a conference between Secretary last June the jury has rendereda

"i .$ S the president retired by his own determination will equal the difference betweenthe of Commerce and Labor Straus, verdict of guilty as indicted on forty No Substitute.
and that his refusal to run
.t Immi 1'atioll Cooiuiisbioner Sargent and
cost of production at home and : counts thus making tbe maximum fine -- --

'41 again was final and irrevocable. Xo abroad. together with a reasonable the immigration oihcials of Boston, possible &>OUUOU.

+ friend of his would suggest his name. profit American Industries"While Montreal New York. Philadelphia and SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
the main fight of the con- A Truce In Gambling War.
came the I Baltimore at New York It was announced -
for !
credit :
'r taking passageof
: "entlon-H'amely, on the injunction and the Sherman law. it is proposed to so that hereafter the rules for Since the passage; of tbe antiraiDg FLORIDA TIMES UNION

It't' : ; trust planks of the proposed platform amend it "as will give to the federalgovernment the exclusion of persons because ofdisease bills by the New York h:;.:''.III'! i '; ;i.

4- In the platform committee. Arguments supervision and : will U uniform. their siring by the goveinor tue pohce The Great State Paper

r were presented on one side by President greater authorities have: endeavored to DUISII ,I';'al rucMuSTH=
A Man Who Tried Borah Out. ,
M'itrol over and secure greater pull Three Mouth I *j -\\ Stun'1. tnwIwt
i. i Gompers of the Federation of stop all letting at the race tracks and ;-., MoDtb.-, iii.!i Ju
that class!
; licity in the i.i.i U.I geiuent of t'l>on the rmnimifiulation of Sen
; Labor and on the other by President at t:ran>H'nd. New York. fourteen men
of rofmr.!!!'HI.S :l-!;t..l in interstate atr IJnrali nf Idaho tlw president has The Semi'WceWy"nmeS'lniaa wJ
i Tan Cleave of the Manufacturers association were arrested on tb> eharse of t foist
ci)inniei'T'' hl; \ illl: po.vor anti <'i>i>ortuii5- removed from nUke United States District The farmer anJ Fruit Grower.
and others represeutiu. corporate tug the tu-vv law by some form of In-t
j, tics tie e'Tert tieln'>l jH uiies.! Attorney U'-Krk.: the man whpreyed ">
f interests. Uoruper* related his ti 1-4, Pcntlin the test of tli la\v in the Friday b.uc o: 'beelul VluektyotedtoAgreulturatu.dt'itrutruit de
r benefit of la ..
More lesisl:itnn for the the land fraud prosecution U'UKS .
,: threat of secret and forcible resistance: these cas.-s. raciiic continued hilt with ::' etc The two papt-rs fur II iA I'erJear L. I projwted after enumerating a-Siiust: Borah resulting! IP alll'quit- I
:' I on the part of lallor if his demands' small attMiulai.fe of the juiblfc :lid.! Mail us your wincnptluaFlIrldaTimesUaioalacksoaiille
t I ;11, \\Ilt !:T Urn done, awl then follows tal .\t the same tiii'e the resignationof I
' Hi pi.vik vvouUl piedzethe : with rat signs of bt'ttint
were ignored : any opt-i Eli
of eontideu In the .
the expression Round was called for. Le
Z putv to pass! a law guaranteeing the sm.e time it wag reports! tli'it the
courts qualified by the demand for stat having been the offic .il v.ho co-oi>erated
+- the right to organize and to strike and pool r nits had opened np and were
utorj definition of the rules of protelure nit ia Ruick in that cae
preventing 1ajun'tions'without due doing a thriving bu>me&. It was ru ..

'; notice: also to laws for the eight hour .issnel and without that no notice injunction"except: should where le ir- Eleven Pounds Now by Post. mortal that the English; credit feirof; trI ,

day. employers' liability woman suffrage Postmaster G":1 r.1It'y(r has in- betting w..uld IK tried to cirnimwnt
re'nrn', 'e 1nt=vt wonM result from I'at.
dcjurtuicat of labor iujstal Mins \ .rt"isil: lu fU.v '.i ,, mmis the limit of the law.Test ,
; ." IS paid to Usecnriner'
bank and a bureau of mines The need ami) to the preservationof I;reel (Hist: ;pack ice: < t-> Gnat Britain of the Commodity Clause.In I I DIARRHOEA

conservative force under the leadership aril tri'liud for the |>un>os ? of in-
Lj 1 n' onrces. Reference is their defense against the con'rnmerit's
of Cannon and ,euaturt ['-< .-itic our cointwn'M! relation \1 ith
increase in fore'xii suits r.ntillg! to the romi.i<"lliy
mt.lf:) the :irvat "
vowed that they would exclude those 1:111:1.: Tlie limit hitherto has There is no need of anyone suffc.-
Crane rowimerce. and legislation to encourage clause of the rate law now Icing lit-.ird l
lut-n four and "is ir.g lung with this disc fu.
to the courts in slighting N.uniJs( ounces. tvdte..t
A r all before the United States circuit t"-t,
) the building! of a merchant marine a
Huji. cure It ..
ii oi.lj nc.sary ,
r1 urzed the committee: This makes tb" twenty-third foreign ; -
Van Cleave
I vein I is called for. A bureau of mines i is at Philadelphia the seven untbr.i ite to take a few awes I,f
of latorwarning country with whkh we Lave tbe eleven
4 to pay no heed to the clamors advocated rallixwd companies have made answer
would be divided |H>utid limit.
that its vote Citizenship for Porto Rico collectively that the clause is unconstitutional! ' the old parties anyway. Tilt More Marines to Panama.It .
; but
t y it does not regulate
Is proi)<:f>(l at once. cause pro-
outcome was a somewhat different It U asserted that the Democracy was otSoMl'y aono'iOTtl that a .biltifs. interstate commerce, liecnuscthi Cholera and
I plank fiom that planned, but still fol force of 7G7 ml-'itioml mlrlnf""oulJ .. ,
I !':tl1.for adversity, obstruction and \ n-ilties are excessive, ln-caiise it I
Iowan the main demand of the president : U' sent t the ivbams In orderto Diarrhoea
: promts! while the Republican party once to dis<<<'riminatcs unjustly and for other Comedy
t in that: while lauding: the courts avert an outlceik duriu the coming
c stalls for pro:rity, hlch wages. con re.ivms
r A and promising to uphold their integrity strwtion aud inrformauce elections! P.y Juno _7 there will lie a : Second Capitol Graft Acquittal. In fact, tn most cases one dose 1STiffiuent.

c it says that the rules of procedure socialism In for Szhtin force: of nitnl States marineson It never fads and tan be
.. The danger < comes
After an all night; session the II.irrv rc'ied!
in injunctions should be "more accurately the isthmus amounting to 1.25ft officer upon m the must severe ar d
It urged that the trend ofI't9nocrtcr
S novice being
burg Jury ( Repreaeuut.veCasti dangerous
\ cases It
defined by statute" and that no and men They will l/e scattered is equally va;-
: Is toward socialism: while uable for
y and Architect Huston! for ton children and is the
Q Injunction should be Issued without throughout the Utumns! to prevent the tear*
toward "a i of
injury that of Republicanism! Is piracy to defraud the state in cunuer- saving the lives of many children
notice "except where irreparable wise and regulated individualism." It I intimUIation of voters each year.
and also
does tion with the new capitol acquitted I
+z would result from delay. It asserts that socialism would ";:h'e to Forts Guns Do Much Damage. under instructions of the e ourt In the world' history no mcdtci-ICI'

not assent to the idea of jury not trial in the for each an equal right to take." while Retmblicanisui It w.c'tlm:1t'l.1 that Uncle Sam former State Officers :Snyder, Mathets has ever met with greater success.

'. contempt cases committed would ";:\rt? to each an would have to par for about $ .rxto aid Sliumaker. Costs wore imposed PRICE 1 25c
byCompare. I' LARGE
t desired SIZE
presence of the court, as e-yial right; to earn." The former would l damage done to i-nvate property by the( 50.

"o:!<'r an equality of possession which concussion la the target practice ate Continued on page 1jfiJti.

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