The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 25, 1907


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
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Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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maks tos -Goermr Jmnig, which
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or.e eils sAerind apsginod to the

a aem ato^mo E -Gowermor Jm*n** .
scum s il tbody fbut imeetmio

hId)e biy litpu the diUb lltr.-
The p qoostm 11inty rs called up
Med oem r.el maded- with alight
Thimeein psei e tm te o -sMtaate
based of moi as e sad the Flold Batiot
PMl M matd prorie uibiay if panble,
oserwin behd. them cm, eoase ldeig
atoe, W bath, i eMio ao dvilble, a
mtMiu fthe cm rter of o hnB.
lae tm be m iayy, wmbi umgfter

S Ur dee mofl easm of the
Irvaness ehr t a --wP iod of dm&a
(b) Peii- g hfr nzpbasimof prist
(e) P ing a m pod for -- the election
of tredtree.
(d) pordIg for the e *liigbality oftrue.
Ites a thirtvoe possy, make ineligible
Other trm*dipe exec futive orin r eof the

()All idoeinued ao ofe thtd I will

isod the wea bill in the ncool, the iatre to

haed chapee 42 ofthe law or ltor-
sal, eo a to melm Tasday ofith our
The es mile seamiag aur, opeu to
all anue d power was won by Blake
o lya a lyinseety horsepower guy froin
U ope 4sof id T bapt o previous.

m w ., wn H. JonbMarriot,
Repower mmat, inv
3JaM:4- S 2 1mistnte.elow.
the ecor nt
The mileM evenott tournig ar wSt.
won by Duin*ith a steam car in 58 2 5.

All ea ed throat mot. For that I will
ins odce apply tin theA. t legislaturesto
amed cPeopaer 45 of the laws of Flor-.
id a to exlthinde all that mant of Mt-
operatio. of said chapter.
W.We e H. J ,d t o

Ki Ki p we hRveu sew aair of
Jammary 23rd, 1907.R

them leat or the Samr.
The handsome cottage adjoining St.
Marks churchin o hae J bed oovms,
liviroom, diniy room, ky f then and
bathroom with all modern ame-nience",.
mrpished throughout. For farther par-
sicular. aWIuto A. O. LArIAM,
ple' Grocery, Cooa, Fa.
SpToo-l P FICrS
In lime emta' Paag"shiang and
nothing D eIrtenta
Gents clothing at less than umanufact-

MI~e, Forda.

Phase No. 8.
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SIndi River Maeds her m ille,
.who ei ifuu sTay Victor rco
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Mr. andu ra W. M.PTnidle left Sun-
day lmuain o in eir lamnh, the Wesm
Viinia, fr jDb ariB n, to take in the a-
tomobie Noee. .

Dr. E. Rollins, of Fort Pierce, was
called he yeea on at of te
mof MiMof.M LPekac, who ham
he. indilpomd hr some dms.
A aremp ntive of theSalvation Army
arrived in toew Wedeemdy and delivered
sa ewhorteio, to a large crowd oa the
Street that night near the poctofice.
Mr. W. C. Thomas west to Eau Gallie
Mowday aerpoon, whee he bam a pso
isioe with Mr. A. 0. Frink. Mrs.
Tboem remain her e for the present.
Mr. E. F. Cooley, of Laming, Mich.,
arrived t weak to cruim down the aet
en t is his fSee lasmeh, the EaAt Wind.
None of his family cae mouth this win-
tar, hbt his fe, Mr. Thomas, arrived
the fint of the week ad the Eaft Wind
left Tuesday afternoon for Rockledg .
04 T. -Mei of Daytoas,
was in town TuMnda accompanied by
him attorney to appear Judge Jones
in the quite promusit aeal ca of the
City of Daytoma va MFadden for run-
sing a shell boat without a city licease.
Judge Joue has reeerved his decision in
is case.
Mr. A. P. Caova, of St. Pterbans,
left the first of this week for Miam.,
where he is placing on sale him recent
work, "Life and Adventures in South
Florida." This book abounds iinteret.
ing descripiou and incidents up to the
present. For ale in Titeaville at Red
Croe Pharmac-y, price 35 eents.
Among the gees at the River View
for the mmaon M m Hemser Hau, of
Detroit, Mich., who arrived Saturday,
and Mr. Sidney Hall, a proinnt marriage
manufacturer, of Huntington, Indiana.
This is Mis Harris' third season with
Mrs. Krulder and daughters, while Mr.
Hall hasbeen a regular winter gouet for
a number ofyeas.
The Alpine dinainroo a trmaterred
to the Loeley brick buikling Tueaday and
a great transformation has taken place
in the interior of this building. A stair-
way lead Ifrom the f-out of the dining
room to the second floor, on which there
are tan room nicely furnished. We un-
derstand that the Alpine will till retain
the rooms on the second Boor of the
Bauknight cottage as an annex, the
around floor of same to be occupied by
Dr Spell.


one cent to one dollar


Chas. A. Gardner, 'Phone 34.
Tituasvilie, Florida.
All concerned take notice that I will
introduce in the next legislature a bill to
aiolseh the county court of Brevard coun-
ty, Florida. W.AIE H. JorEs,
January 23rd, 1907.

Card of Thanka
The Ladies' Aid and Home Mi.ssion
societies of Titueville tend-*r sincere
thanks to the people generally for their
generous patronage at the oyster supper
held in the new Alpine dining hall Tues-
day evening lasI, for the benefit of the
Methodist church. They tender thanks
especially to the following person: Mr.
F. A. Losley and Mrs. Kate Myers for sthe
use of the hall. Mr. F. A. Morgan for the
useofone of his up-so-date graphophones,
which faraished excellent music for the
occasion, and to the Misses Henderson,
Miss Daisy Brady, Miss Cora Boyd and
others, who rendered valuable service.
VO3 t ALS OR FP 0l cAn.
About88 ae of good high land on
$mee toroemensidoofbe Indium river
a& e Naeowe, d-'a dsi as follows: Lot
No. S, astons 35 alo lot No. 3, section
36, In towuhip 31 mouh, range 39 ems.
Tis and isa unimproved but Snely **-
eated. Fourthaerpaniemlar hydresI
E. M. low,

zitsum w m m *
ha Moek m ew el led.
Sold Ar laral ede and V6edt
Panlm beas711h

toURMy, JAEWT=6 O E 1W.

--- by BL & G. eorets, and
w m inu e thmt c this fash
ab .le. nmd h
We will ples o ne a aanumber of dif-
hum styles of the IL& G. mdoadeflio
motil, tapering wai with Sarum attach-
edma pea o- pie of Oft m m
h pe agudles alo made o thIe a G.
special price of IS qpta, aS .
mlda c taina, ttriee yards loa, ext
Notwithsmtdingthe Coanmst msadvam
of iotton poode, we will put oe naleaboet
hame Ia k toripa a oild coa d
at the old pe t of M mM poryarad.
White law., exc-lb -At quality, 3auo
would be a low price r h quality,
Monday only 1I O per yard.
Drem sgods as almost moe-balfhof Ohe
Lie buck tonele 17 inham wide and
32 inches-long, guarasmesed aUBlassb, ec.
i $1.2 'e doa vey.
BEea e Trbie h towe ha se a few
worth we forth, Modathey ml goiat
pecal prie on blanket m and qayof.
Ladive ther bad booe 100
and 1.125, you have your choice ft -0
Enbroideries-We have quite a few
remnants left. Itmakes no difference
what we gt for them, they maum go at
Torchom lace, excellent styl especal-
ly good hor underwear, as a big ueductiun
Mail loders promptly filled em any of
te above good&.

Telephone No. 8

JULa usl aa,
Titumrille, Fla.

Publicity Wanted
The Pnsamcla Journal is advocating
a measure that will gave more publicity
to the acss of county ommimioner. As
well as we remembe-, Jno. M. Caldwell
ham promised to frame such a law for in-
dvotjinn in the next leeaten-. "The
Journal thinks that a record of the ayes
and nays of each commissioner on every
subject should be kept and published.
The name of each commissioner who
makes a motion should be placed on rec-
ord and published al


I on IncWe"In Ps"bI
I Ja iue
em bP6 I\~m iay.

Mr. Da. PrLtbee- d eariAed a
poty u fatls m e ide 0

00 to wmimomS&hminge &lhr
dolk &@, ieuse, ha w mme's oed
in em city. wie- to alL
We undeulad that he Wins Comedy
ampaly, who played here about Ie
weeks ago, expat a play Tituevilleagi
on their return from Cuba. This mo-
pany w here -h week on their way
sou th fm ead and took in the Pi
ter showa.
Mr. and Ma Chain B Merril and itle
eo Orihndo, now of Kasim City, M
but foImerly amiedets of Tiee, arrived
Sunday a ospred he balance a she wit.
er withh Mr. Merrilre mother, Ms John
W. Merrill, at her bw MtilM Tropic home
m the point of Merrie island.
The Picker Theatrical ompanyplayed
a thplune three lat weekad
.gave a matinee tmarday aterooo, all of
which e well paomnid, particularly
their ast exhibition on Saturday niht.
This is po e proof that the plays they
mi d wee thoroughly appreciated
rIo he the company le Sday
momni far Orlando. TiteMvie will be
iad to tem every seomm.
Mrs. Lydia Potter, the oldest person in
West Palm Beech, boh in e and remi-
dense, died at the home of her son, Geo.
W. Potter, in that city st Friday. She
wasM yea eof ageand had ewided i
West Palm Beech ucsse 4. sheis rm
vived by three children, Gemo W. Pt-
ter, Dr. BL Potter and Mim Ile Pot-
ter, all of whom are residents of West
Palm Beach, and wer prenst at t*
time of her death.
Mr. W. C. Rawluesonu of Askoas, ke
been is tow this week on some lel
buines and i also looking over the mec-
tion pobliy wth e view of sta
up a pescl He baslnpmd m
of the las about town and think w
have theil that is adapted to the growth
of their al vDech in ULrwima Lo u..n*mr.

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Indian ivw o-el, recentt Arrivals We he e will conclude to locate with
John Jerrard, Miami; Mrs R W Pitt, no reason why peach grow-
Baltimore; LH Brae,Chicago; J J Gou- gt should bot e a pm1u crop he"s,
sales Georgia; B Ender, Maco, .asit asaready been de utaell to be
Ga; J P Conrad, iamiCA TIWinkel uch jut north and ws of us.
Pitteburgh, Pa; H W Sargent, Jackson-
ville; C E Saunders, Indiana; CC C urtis, 0 e SuMppe Tuseday Night
Jacksoville; E E Smith, Dora Smith, The oyter pper, gve in the Alpine
Wabsmos; John Whiting. Fred Rutter, diningroom Tbeeday night listed the
Miami; G C Smith and wife, Evansville; of 1.002 a ser ayin all expeasem
MaGor Geo P Fowler, Hatins; Fla; John The proceeds go to .e methodist church.
Henry. City; WC Rawlinson, Ankona; Ovig to tem on-arrival of the oyster
Mr and Mrs M E Card, Fort Pierce; Miss ordered the ladieM ch arge weremom-
Reed, Mrs Harry Fisher, Baltimore, Md; what handicapped, but by using canned
Judge M 8 Jones, City; Mr and Mrs M F oysters and with plenty of cake and lee
Kls, Chicago; Bert F:'h, DeLnd, P H cream, etc., the afair turned out quite a
d Mom. Jacksonville; F Bly, DoLand; R success.
T McFadden, Vaytona; Martin K Berger,
Jacksonville; T Mason, Ala; G H Cau- Peanut Party
trell, St Louis; C F Smith, Memphis,
Tenn; 0 B Floyd, Carol Floyd, Orlando; Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins entertained a
F S Irby, Atlanta; C D Clark, Tallahassee; number of her friends by a peanut party
F W Leonhardt, City: W T Moore, Jack Tuesday night at her elegant home. In
sonville; W F Anderson, Bartow; A M the hunt for ptannut Mis Fannie Budge
Wing, Bavard, Fla; Mini A M Bronson, won the prize for the highest number, 86
Dania; D Edelatemn, New York; W B Her- The next contest was for rapidity in pase-
iot, Charleston, S C; W M King, Atlanta, ing the peanute-the guests being divided
Ga; S Tice Ayres, Philadelphia, Clias H into two contesting parties, one side in
Black, ialtimore, Md; R L Stokes, A charge of Mrs. T. B. Walker, theother in
hiniler, Mmoiltrie., ia; L P Cox, Jackson- charge of Mr. Bond, resulting in Mr.
vile: Chas A Vnille, RockltdW; Thos Al- Boud's corps*winning. In the five-min-
len, Va; Mr and Mrs A S Wadsworth, ute contest for writing words from the
Boeson; S H Friend, Mason, Ga; Jos letters contained in the word peanut,
Fleitchman, New York; J 0 McKelvev. Master Ryals Wager won the prize for
Henry C Irons, Plainfield, N J; J DI men, and Mrs. Wager, the prize for
Stokes, Tifton, Ga: J IF Churchill, Chi- ladies. Delicious refreehnments were shen
cago; J C Wheeler. Atlanta; J T Rey- served in the spacious diningroom and
nolds, W T Moore, Jacksonville; T F library, after which music served tolsmi
Williams, Daytona; Edmund Shaw and the time all too quickly away.There
wife, Altoona, Pa; L V Cash, Binning- were present Mrs. Breedlove, of Val-
hani, Ala; W 1) Parr, wife and non, St dots; Miss Matel Berge, Mr. E. Berge.
Louie; J R Kelr,, Pen-, Fla; II F: of Adelphia, N. J.; Mrs. T. B. Walker, of
Aldrich and wife, Pa; J M Keely, A L Jacksonville; MismCecile Ryals, of MeRae,
Riddle, R ( Riddle, Miami. tia.; Miss Helen Whatley, of Savannah
!Ga.; Mr. Cham. Cone, of White Springs;
Tents For Sale Mr. Bond, of Adelphia. N. J.; Mrs A. A.
Fifty McFarland tents, second hand, Monroe. Mrs. Jas. Pritchard, Mr. and
in far order, very cheap. Apulv to THE Mrs D. B Pritchard, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
_-rAn office. Wager, Miss Fannie Budge and Masters
Rvals Wager and Richard Robbins.
Provides hot and cold baths and inside Draying
toilets on two floor, aisy bed rooms ov-1 Draving or hauling of all kinds prompt"
erlooking the river, sample nu ms, czy ly attended to. MeN s 11ll trains. Stove
consultation rooms, larme cool dining, wood for sale at all times.
rooms, free library with the leading daily H. E. HoLoN,
and weekly papers on file, free telephone Titusville, Fla.
for gueese, free use of typewriting nach-
ine. Electric lights throughout the en- nMud Wot
ire building inside and out. Opts doay D _.
and night, attentive porters astemd all J. W. Newman, D. D. S., of the firm
trains, only ive mintem walk from t of Macy & Newmma. of West Palm
ation. Good lain fom hotel dock. Beach,will be iU Tituaville for a few
days SUlly prepared to attend to any des-
r 110e tal work. He hen his office in the brick
Omuectiut built entheat two sit. of4 bildiuan oppositeO wheourt bouse, whoem
sail., anchor and ten ballast bags. A he will be pleased to see all whio want
again. Apply at Tu Stas office. firt class work done.

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i.. where be is employed lu one of the
factories owned by his father.
Jap's School Case Begins.
The test case arranged by the feder-
al authorities at San Francisco in con-
nection with the Japanese school ex-
clusion act was begun Jan. 17. when
a ten-year-old Japanese uoy named
Keikiehbi Aoki was accompanied to a
primary school to apply for admission
in the presence of government officials.
As expected, the application was de-
nied. thus forming the ground for the
action in the supreme court of Cali-
fornia for an Injunction to restra!.i the
board of educatIo ftrom carrying out
Its segregation order In visw t Jap-
anee treaty rights.
sIIlree Was to WarNs
The grad lJey whceh has beeU Ine-
vesigatig tan accidt eq --n Nsa-


The Helion Filament Lamp.
'rofes.sor H. C. Park-r of th, plhy<.:<'
sei.artli.ent of 4,'ol'ui,';.a ail \WA .ITr ;G.
(lark. an ele-t'l ii-aIl ei t-t.-ri. luir s e .i- n
nounkvd thi- -,uv.--Ss -Af tln-r ;
ments to tiud a letter Uiediumu than
carbon for electrical lamn;p>. They say
they have a substance which they
have named hellon. composed largely
of silicon, but cduntaining some other
ingredients not mentioned. The mix-
ture is deposited from gas ou a thread
of carbo. To prove its superiority
they turned an electric current into
two bulbs attached to the same wire.
One was the ordinary sixteen candle-
power carbon filament and the other

"A light purse is a heavy curse"
Sickness snakes a light purse.
Thtb LIVER is the seat of nine
tenths of all disease.

go to the ruot of the whole -tt
ter, thoroughly, quickly safely
anad restore tbe action of the
UVER to normal condition
Give tome to the system and
sol flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute

II- i sNOraW rHi r Atlbstfr C t M atthe sa e t sppled with the
I LEGAL- CR D AL I m a manr heio amentL A. might few of elme-
on | r. ld t M wtMh tricity that mad the carbon lamp ap-
Swmbl l b y the ea cois J ur. and pear as a dullB ed wbe produced la
t oi Tm rta o the "NM0 r for the new bulb a white Ught that yeO
the 21m0 a of H Fya1* IMly e hatItl C etf the burMg. 'read by. As the current w lacease6d
0., WeOeS e t- ~ m1 on0 They say that theM wwe m eehau- 'the old Ulight changed rm red to yel-
C0lsmy af w JI e t eal signals at either md of the brM ge low and Increased In brilliance until It
mt aM msn. with a 4k OM g toshow that theM wa e r umeeted cached sixteen ca power. while
ve -s -- I t 1 the bello light went to forty eandle-
pchuroi uUs-L e-mm MM -e I I DUSTRIAL I power. The latter would stand much
update the r a toP t I us more overloading than the former and
e stim t o no Is expected to last twice as long, be-
mNe- P tuma Che v ie For mCa. midee operating witi* much less current.
parta s& 0 111. The Amnericatn Rallway assodelation Hellon is not a metal and can be man-
The wmesa which includes nearly all the steam ufactured In unlimited quantities, but
SWOO* or *~k railroads la the country, has decided is more expensive to make than carbon
AY 1 thwm year 1 to establish at Chicago a sort of clear- filament at present.
and lvelve ains tug homue for freight cars. It will e Consumption by nfect
a m dea tsMaywhet under the direction of the committee umpthon by Inde tion.
from M40SWO s to on car efficiency, of which Arthur Hale Dr. E C. Schroeder and W. E. Cot-
$.01.000 It C o1- of the B. and O. transportation de- ton of the bureau of animal industry
Tictios follow. apartment is chairman. If the plan goes have reported on their extensive ex-
John D. Rokfel- into general operation, Mr. Hale will perimeuts. which tend to show that
lert and all t s have to look after 2.000.000 cas be- tuberculosis may develop in the lungs
ptuDcipS associates longing to 500 owners. The clearingno matter through what channels the
exep*l wat e iousgng to b00 eowneri. Ten frating bacilli gain entrance to the body and
exeept Henry M. bouse is totbe experimental for awh;le, that the lati'n of lesions in the
Flag were In- but It is hoped will become permanent. lungs can no longer be considered as
dicted. The maxl-
proscuto"r vid. mnum lt Halifax-London Fast Line. evidence that infection entered by
an theiu m penalty one year In A project for Canadian steamer serv- inieans of respiration. Cattle and ho-is
1d !e m- *imus pnalty0 one yar a the workhobae for each offen. Pro land. is announced at MontreaL The nea:ir the. ,,nd of the tail and died from
oeto DidMsaysbe is going to keep time from land to land is to be three I,, '. ,.r-itosI s in twenty-three days.
p the ht as len as he is Ut oce. and one-half days. It will depend. T'i<.. ,\-,erts believe that Ingestion is
g-Se us Ilineis CentraM however, on the sanction and subsidy a gr-;'.-;r ei-in:er than respiration.
Attorney General Stead of Illinois of the Dominion parliament. It is Elect-icity to Prevent Age.
has begun action In the supreme court claimed that with railway connections e .r e t
at Spring against the Illinols Cen- the journey could be made as quickly Prer the French Acadn emy oinent
trial railroad to recover back taxes from London to Chicago as it is now menes.r of the French A cademy of
amounting to $5.000,000 or more. The made from London to New York. Lord Sciences. h.ah nrade public his dise c-
sIt is virtmaUy a demat for an ac. Stratheona In Interested in this proj- ery of a hi frequency current el-
st vr laa cth ttrie treatment, or tath. whie,-, he he-
counting between the raload and the et. lives, will indefinitely defer, if not
sltat e actually prevent, old age and death.
nvestigation For Hill SOCIOLOGICAL tie says the majority of people
Unanimously the Minnesota house of I die of arterioseerosLs. He uses a
representatives ordered an investga- Civic Federation Entertained. spbygmomniete-r tot measure the tension
tion of the transaction by whkih Presl The meeting of the National Civic of thel Ihml in the arteries. If the
dent Hill of the Great Northern soldfederation at the home of Mrs. Potter mercu ry of the instrument marks fif-
ore lands to the steel trust. The in- Palmer in Chicago ga the repre- teen or sixteen entimeters. it shows
quiry will be widened to Include other sentatives o labor and capita ann- a normal tens.on. If the tension is
charges. Usual opportunity for Intimate inter- higher or lower. Profe-.or d'Aersonval
states that six baths of high frequency
Corrupt Alderman Caught. course. Many current will bring it to the normal.
William S. Clifford. a member of the of the humblest where t will remain, all danger of
New York city board of aldermen, was and poorest rterioscero will reing removed. These
arrested, when $b.000 In marked money wage artisans baths of live to ten l'inutes each may
was found on his person, this having thus shared in be taken three tluiee a week. They
been given to him for delivering the the elaborate give the patient absolutely no sensa-
votes of eleven Municipal Ownership entertainment tion. It only remains to find a meth xl
alderme for ex-Judge Cowing for re- and shook of checkmating microbes from with-
coder. hands with ot. and the Matin believes we will
multimillion- pos. s theans of perpetual health
Vete to 0g the Press. aires or goe- p0ssess the means of perpetual health.
By a vote of 32 to 13 the New York siped with them Records of a Vanished Nation.
state senate adopted a rile giving across the ta- Drr von Let-oqa of the Berlin Ethno-
Clerk Gleason the right to exclude any tile. Of the 5~i logical uiuse-um. who htas been con-
newspaper correspondent from the ses- persons who ac- ducting, extea-ive researches in north-
sious of the senate if be should write cepted Mrs. eastern Tu!keC..tai. has now returned-
matters dipae *nitg to any senator. Palmer's invi- with a large ti:anltitiy of manii.wcripits
Emma Goldman Diseharged. Mrs. Potter Palmer. station ".200 were and nrli.icts to.:ifying to the exi-tence-
The queen of American anarchists. labor union officials. and the rest were of a highly -iiltir,-d and artistic lIh.ople
Miss Emma Goldman. who was arrest- prominent manufacturers or financiers. that ntionc inh air.t:r!tel toiiis. rei':is.
ed while addressing her followers at The main object of the gathering wias It napllear-. to lh. .e l.e-. a i ;i iiar :o, v ,ll
New York recently, was dismissed to explain and alter the purpose of the p,.,s.-d oi ':lritar-. *lt-i,-:ti., troeiil
from custody by the magistrate on the National Civic federation, with a view Syria. Malinicha.a.s from l I'ersia and
ground that it would be unreasonable to establishing a branch In Chicago. Budldh:-'- fr.o ;]i ln anil hiai The
to bold her for criminal anarchy on The leaders of the Federation tried two dlisc -over f 'lM:ri ,'.t.i.i\ wii:i:L. wii!l
the strength of isolated sentences make it clear that its purpose w:at not throw ui.l-*i lI:.nit ii,, quoted from her speech- to net as an arbitration tkard to settle slwtee-h of ii.- '-r.Ii-'ie-. .,,r ,.f Int,.
n Walh ndedb.r disputes bu ha t t wais design- writing :irt.* iii :p.-. ht:; ,oz.i :ir
John R. Walh l ndctd.ed to give repre:.;entative men on lNth ,nm whi.- -i t .- :i:h,-." M o.* i:"Z 1:i>- i.c
The federal grand jury at Chicago skles an opportunity to get personally 1 mtun rc;-r -:.I Bi.i'.l;ii-t art ;t al.1 tiay
Indicted John K. Walsh. former presi- acquainted, so that with a better un 'r i -rni'ri ior. .. w I n.u ";art :irl-
dent of the Chicago National bank. on d(rstanding of each pther's int.*-re-ts..r, ..! :I \. t .l.:m,:. Fo :'.I
lZI counts, accusing hint of misappro- disputes could I. se-ttled without. r..- *.:*i.t ,: .- .o.,xt-riiin.ent :apipropri:t
priating funds to the amount of $3W.I(s.- sorting to either arbitration or zrrik.-s .I ..-d ...
Ot1M. Walsh still insists that he is only The main difficulty freiutently s4 foi:u.l ..
technically guilty of doing what other to IK. that of bringing .Onlt.odin rIi-. ,,l r I, I I. ,, .,, !h. .--
bankers have long been accustomed to sons together in friendly -,nfer:-.* .-r:i,,e .at:i .. ii i.av. bu hlNs .of
do-namely, lending more than 10 per Unescorted Women at Hotels. Y,,u ne-,I it t- I tlea, fretfll ands
cent of their capital to one person. The -h:ngilg ; auitli. of the 1i:!1:.- ave ltat iad ta~- ll ylir.ou lith Try
Vice Presidents Son Indicted. Iwardn l woilen of il.l.-in-i ,.l-hnt U-l ,' tt ltl f i (4 hiii"*e, a 1I.,-itiv- -enrtr ftr
t. ,Iv .r ,Ell ti; -. I-.. llair,-i. .ei.tili,
Frederick C. Fairbanks. son of the mnd stationn is .ihown by tl. ati,.l of I '.':v- it-.. "lave u--d f ,rbie. At-f,,r
vice president of the United States. the uaii:i.nremei.t #of the \-:i..r1f-A .r a -ar.t i lia t :t lt tin -.r#,-iatsr.
has been Indicted at Steubenville. 0.. toria .:.ot!. N.w Yor'. in p ,'-.i.- t,;,. r i r, .-c- ..* i nt :,- ta Z'. r -dic:,ee
on the charge of perjury in connection followin- nti,,i't. **l.'i.1e' n i ithot "- :..r iv-p--p-i ". i.) I;.d ('r.l--,-
with his securing a license there for .-.;,rt .will lie -sr*v..,d ini t' his runaway marriage with Helen hern-::tf'er ..t .:., ti,:r.",,f,,r.- *t
Scott.,daughter of a wealthy Pi'tslurg has on the urin n I-I of t, the t OLD A A
ironmaster. Young Fairbanks and hi-l "wels anil ietaur:auts 11 t to >er\e a A D ADA E
bride have been living at Springfield. woman without ae es-ort at night. AVFt


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NOebAN tuMar soelal
In a letter ftne waMpe, where be Is
tOuveaM Robert- Hunter. the New
Y se sttlement worker, who mapid
the a ter me J. G. Pelps Stokes, an-
n-ea s -doeml- to joine the Social-
let party la its tcoitry. He says that
be thus epl himself a dirtet h oppe.
siltem "to the most muadammtal eause
of -r Mseal dis-
trgg ..- mam--,
capitelism Itelt."
tEvery day be m -
Out v,, low as
tho t e iS a tm
xists psety

am r the erte
wh th weo teIb-
tomed at desire
to reeve must

mr Mr ted te senator fromer
m he e up wlt a e

s tie wt of $7,00 a year. C
ti*n10-" Lmawsem 1es seys, s ssW Io

bed had prevonsaly deiond y reb
eiy ofty vo we tws and rpamnst
es s w peainde toeachery,.

g-t the its febth alt p es had
s tative Joeeph" M. Ier
Me tm wamA elected to tle United

eMaNACno ettv legislature ahnoet
aaim ely voe to return W. Mur-

ray a to the nAited States senate.
The New Hampshire m I saJI eleer-
The Maine legislature w re-electhe

Uited States Senator William P. rye.
ThRepubliecan majority of the DeKa-
HMO amambly mimalmi Harry A.
su the r a" senalw

the Uabted States senate, eand he was
The Republian majority of the Ne-
ra legislature chaee for the senate
mrles Curtiw of Kea to succesucceed Jamed
M3 aui. He Is pledged to support the
d0i Pt primary. antipasm and rigid cor-

The formal election of Simon Gug-
msleiam as United States senator from

astitms he give. up represent salaries
its the amwoat of $75,000 a year. The
senate had previously decided by a
ict party vote of Is to 11 against In-
vesdetiatg the charges that money had
beensused I& securing GuggenheIm's

Representative Joseph M. Dixon e
Meotaas was elected to the United
States s te.
The Massachusetts legislature almost
anlm@uiouly voted to return W. Mur-
ray Crane to the United States senate.
The New Hampshire legislature elect-
ed United States Senator Burnham.
The Maine legislature re-elected
United States Senator William P. Frye.
The Republican majority of the Kan-
sas legislature named Representative
Charles Curtis to succeed James R.

secally. Tayler ha wos wavne" to
be sn-b sag sa et e ta kidse pin

Lebbyiste Out of l ebrema.
MweNebrasa ka ina hes passed
a biWe making It a msmean. pIu-
lhable by heavy ref, form any eopora-
tiom to smploy a =raOpsslomal lobbyist
and rmeseting an scmpanleasnd In-
dividual to aspmmnst before com-
mittens. To ths end any person fe-
quemating the eCaptl without apparent
ecupatlios may be arrested, question-
ed and ejected from the building and
If they ratrin may be mnedm In jail
until the seesecm lcos. ThiM Is under-
stood to be prelamlary to a variety of
radical reform laws which have been
lat.odua for a two cent passenger
rate. direct primary electidm, rate reg-
alaton e, andtpaess, te The legisla-
twore of tKams Iowa and aoeh Da-
ket aaln esemddmerg similar meas-

At Harrtleb Rdwtn Stuart was
mugurasted governor of Pennsylvania,
and tIohis addris be demanded an In-
wv-etato- of the capitol scandal, two
ent fare on the railroads, trolley
eight privileges and aid for the city
hariti, thus arlming hit pre-ele-
tarm Du ases PAfem.
In a public statemst Mayor Duamn

Or o-eleetom on a platform of oppo-
lsatt to the pe mdI sttlemmn t of
me sreet ear quties
Mhepl ahgre" upos between the
ome l eimsltse and the street car
en t*es the value aof the properties
and franu em at *5mBOAN, which
the cty weM have to pay whenever
It teak pesesaes of the lines Of this
the Unos Traction would receive M20.-
0000 e and the City Railway Sl.000.-
00o. T e city and the companies would
share net receipts the former receiving
53 per cent and the latter 45 per cent,
and the companies would be required
to raise $40,000000 Immediately to re-
habilitate the service. The rehabilita-
tion Is to begin at oneee, but the city at
any time may purchase upon six
m th notice.


Seeser R eplHes to Ti"imam.
Senator Spooner of Wisconsin in the
course of his defense of the president's
oher dismissing negro soldiers with-
ouet trial sharply rebuked Senator Till-
man. saylang It came with bad grace
for one who went about the country
preaching lawleasaeas and defending
lynching to criticise the president as a
legal lyncher. Tillman had declared
that in recognizing Booker Washington
and other negroes as social equals and
his preaching of the equality of the
races had Incited negroes to act-s ol
Cortelyou Confirmed.
When the senate committee on
finance reported favorably the nowui
I ra i gf G"Nwur B It J 41rm 1

Burton In the United States senate. a io oLiti UI eorge.- 1. ot. ILKiyou1i0 t ..
Curtis has had a rem-arkable career. secretary of the treasury it was i~,,tC
lie is known to have Indian blood in diately '-onfirmed by the Inaull.:,ius
his veins and has worked his way up vote, of ..senate.
from the most humble stations, having Substitute Ship Subsidy Bill.
hlw'ni formerly : i Jo-ke'. h:lt-k driver The 4'ue nlliittee on t iiner-l;a ;it
and peddler before *ui.r.:i;g politicss. I marine a :ii ti-in.ris voteti 7 iio
Bailey Investigation Averted. fa\.ir uf ;a >h: sul.ily i, .... i
The Texa house of representatives ferin: r:i l -:ally frt>;> tha. 1.i,! .'.
passed a resolution -:lliil on the at- IP *,.1 thte 1:i. i:a=t ..-o:ni I
t lrn'.V .qt-talt'i Ii -lilb iiit :11 dd -u- a Iin.. n -. *. 'ih, l... ,.t ::. .
iutauntu r evid tnl 'e inapli lnile>. in *le: i .u ilti tile Stiudard s uIs.e '..> S a or l.n l.a a .
Oil pet uale. N\.M ri hcleas tlie friends C t.:iA .t. .-;. ,' i tt ,I .
of Bailey ia.-sed a sulsititute resolu-- lla\;ii aiid the fair east
tion t11 the seti.tlt. I to 1-. a-alling for Foraker's Resolution.
a omnuliittee of s '.v'ii seattrs to in- Thie re.,uhitiou u-t.ieed upon adi., :i;
vesti.r.ite the ,-ltcharges u aiin-t Bailey. the it-,ulli if such ian ijiile-ti'itil:K.tllt, *i n L- i r.\ ,..-
visable. riot w:s ~siauist.edl by I'orakei-. It d.
Socialist Paper Suggests Kidnaping. reels ihl. -.j oinulli.f >ii :i..1 :;.. : a
In support of the contention that the fair. t ;I as-era.u al.l t.he (fa';- .1...utI
united States supretue court, by re- the :atr:iay. but likes no rtl.*, tLo
fusailg the habeas corpus plea of tlhe the p-.tsideittal a.1;ai,,"y f 1. '.
oflict-rs of tile .Anierican Federatlols of ing t'- I-,'r tr. 'i *- 1T;. 1 o
Miners. bad justitied their alleged kid- -undd tI ith dat> i .. 1-. .
naping frr-ni the state of Idaho, the Senator Caruiac.k s.f "*lt-U,-,:v i.,a-de
Appeali l to Keasha a So-ialist weekly of it t.'e u-asi nt of his farewell audress.
4;irntrl. Kan.. h:.viug a larze national as he is soon to tle succeeded ty Tay
-iXr -t:I:tiioTi. lh:a- offered a reward of lor. taruiack :i.l'ro-ed all tliat the.
$1.tlit to any one who will deliver to president bad done and ascrsied the
the Kentucky authorities William S. Republican opposition to a plot to re
Taylor, formerly governorr of Ken- pudiate the pre-sdeut*s leadership. He
tuky. who is under Indictment for said the president had attempted the
complicity in the murder of Goebel. impossible- task of recreating the Re-
but whom the Indiana otclals have re- publican party. In concluding the dis
rLsed to surrender for trial. The pre- cussion Senator Foraker said be was
gumption i that there would be a dift- chiefly concerned tha men baded as
rent ruling In the case of Taylor be- murderers be given a cha a to be
cause be is a Republlcan and a cap- I heard in their own defense. He de-
MS&tKwheaa tb isW were labor eg A iL A wao w A e aw r.


rms the p.e.dis, sad he believed the
president would welcome his oppor-
tunity to restore Innocent soldiers to
other iacs


Preiden mto wisre.
In a special message to the aseate
President Roosevelt transmitted the
reports of Major Blocksom and As-
statnt Attorney General Purdy, wlh
were sent to make a joint invesiga-
tion of the Brownsville shooting af-
fray. The reports contained testioy
of eyewitnesses to the riot of Aug. IS.
last The preldent aid he Is now
satisfied that the efct of his order in
dismissing the negro soldiers was not
to bar them from all civil employment
under the government and that th.
part of the order so declaring was
"lacking in validity" and would be re-
voked. As to the authority to dismiss
the soldiers, so as to bar them from
future enlistment, the prsmdent sti
has no doubt of his authority.
Maistser to Norway Aesused.
PrfofssEr H. W. sNott of Cleveland.
0.. while testifying before the bonse
committee o ways and means charged
that Robert H. O. Peirce. now minister
to Norway, had exacted a $5,000 fee
tAr his odcial servic-es to one who re-
ceived an award of damages from Rus-
sia through The Hague courts. Mr.
Peirce had made this demand while
acting as an ocial of the state de-
*g-e-a@ to Dig Camel.
The Isthmlaq camal comm]slom has
opened bids from private contractors
for the completion of the Panama
canal, and It appears that W. J. Oltver
of Knoxville, Tenn. In association
with Anson N. Bange of New York.
were the lowest bidders, as they pro-
posed to do the work for &75 per cent
of $140,000,000, the estimated cost
There were three other proposals-
namely, from Pierce & Co of Frank-
tort, Me.. for 7.19 per cent, from the
North American Dredging company of
Los Angeles. Cal.. for 28 per cent, and
the MacArthur-Gillesple company of
New Jersey for 12.5 per cent. The
lowest bidders are experienced rail-
road sim! canal contractors.
Oliver, who says he is a self made
man now at thirty-nine, is the fore-
most railroad contractor In the south.
One of his present undertakings Is the
tunneling of the Lookout mountain for
the Southern railway. He is looked up-
on as a multimillionaire and says he
is willing to lose a million for the priv-
liege of digging the canal. "I want It
as a monument to my name." be says.
"I want people to say in after years.
*W. J. Oliver of Knoxville, Tenn.. dug
that ditch.' "
It as understood that he will use ne
zr, lifbor from the southern states.
lII" will take at least 5..0)0 negroes to
Panani:a with hinm.

Asks For Two Dreadnoughts.
A l-tter fr(nom['rosaaldeit Rtwis&velt to
Chal~irmian F-os! of tile bqo't-:e cilhlljittsea.-
mij nava :l affairs lnsi-.ts that the navy
* .f it m iatare will re. oauire larger laattit

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Electric Racing Cars Now.
One of the new turns In the automo-
bile trade was shown in the Madison
Square Garden exhibit when electric
vehicles built on the racing plan at-
tracted much attention. This rival of
the popular gasoline car is made by
the Baker Electric company. and one
of them was purchased by C. K. G.
Billings. owner of the champion trot-
ter. Lou Dillon. The sixty horsepower
Thomans flier has liroken all nonstop
records and is. expci't- to continue un-
til Wel' !# r:tor : nii l t4Pi IChicago. hav-
inn 1 nli i}n I o',:it:;;itiuu.s .aj'lr'Itioni l.NW10
hotrs. re'jirt'.-s iTiltl; a jourine-y of 7.4ik10

aMy seso tb-5iUl b.. me1i t-
OW- to etar lute direst mmanrnMA


City Temple. wi o Is he recomed
bead of t he gih n mfonsta
has arranged a tour af the eu 7 to
addressm provincid lWpreachers upon the
"restated theology." He ays they -
Ject to the formal statements of abe
and that the start-
Itng poat is beUetf
in the e
aof Go d an ad the
eseeutw among"
aof G od ad an.
This is whmre it

tar1sm, which
puts man onme
side and God on
the other side of
Rev. B. J. Camp- the great gult
be Mr. Campbell and
his flowers believe man to be a reve
Iatiom of God and the universe ore
meeas to the self manifestation of
God. The word "God- stands fr tme
ininite reality whence all things prie
teed. The new theology holds that hu-
man nature should be interpreted in
the terms of itts own highest, therefore
It reverences Jess Christ. It watches
the development of modern science.
with which it is in harmony. The

ly as any other book. Immortality of
the soul is accepted, but only on the
ground that every indiMvidual's con-
sciousmness is a ray of the universal
comseRousems and that we make our
destiny In the next world by our be-
havior In this.

An encyclical addressed by Pope
Plus to the French clergy and people
declares that the government's actions
is a declaration of war against all spir-
Itual Ideas as well as against the
church. The Catholics must be pre-
pared for all sort of triaLs but they
am certain finall victory. From the
point of view of the exerfcie of re-
iglon. he says, the new law hb or-
nmsd amnarchby.


Forei g Coeme*ee CeAvetniea.
The rat national eonventios for the
extension of foreign commerce of the
United States was in session three
days at Washington last week. Every
state In the Union was represented.
and the movement was started by the
New York board of trade and trans-
portation. The tariff, ship subsidy and
other pertinent plans were discussed.


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Hlondura aud Nica.r;aua ove-. th-*.!
IK I;I;IIai, '.- alect. '-.u ..:tU;:; -,- Ui c*-
i of territ-ory has becit de:'idded bb the
! arbitrator. thet kit.; f Spain. in faor:-
1 o Hondurus. Au uAwericaA -.
I the Deitrichb couipany of Pittsburg.
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Nicaragua will accept the decision.
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has no power to do its
work If you want per-
manent relief, you must
restore this energy. Dr.
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nervous energy, and gives
the organs power to Pr-
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1 : fAIllAifriiW4 ktWeekti City Temple, who is the recognizedhead stomach. When they are

g a _'" of the English nonconformists weak the stomach is de- '
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:., has arranged a tour of the country to prived of its energy. It

address provincial preachers upon the
has to do its
'i Ing men and without: Influence po rass the president and he believed the "restated theology." He says they ob- no power

i; POLITICAL I litically. Taylor has been warned to president would welcome his opportunity ject to the formal statements of belief work. If you want permanent -

be on his guard against'a kidnapingplot. to restore Innocent soldiers to and that the starting relief, you must

'y Robert Hunter Socialist their places. point Is belief restore this energy. Dr.

In a letter from Europe; where Le is Lobbyists Out of Nebraska. .y< ;,, ; ,. In the imminence Miles' Itfervine: restores
The Nebraska legislature has passeda I EXECUTIVEPresident I of God and the
+ traveling Robert Hunter the New
York settlement worker who marriedthe bill making it a misdemeanor pun- tr essential oneness nervous energy, and gives

ishable by heavy fine for any corpora- of God and man. the to
perform -
sister of J. G. Stokes Admits Error. organs power
Phelps an tion to employ a professional lobbyist I $.t .; This is where it
nounces his decision to Join the Social. and restricting all companies and Individuals I In a special message to the senate differs from Unitarlmlsm their functions. 2
1st party in this He that President Roosevelt transmitted the i-. 1
country. says to arguments before com- I : which "For many years I- was an acute
he thus places himself in direct opposition mittees. To this end frequenting reports of Major Blocksom and As- CI sufferer from nervous indigestion: at
any person f man on one times I was so despondent life seemed
"to the most fundamental cause the capitol without apparent sistant Attorney General Purdy, who side and God on almost a burden. I tried all kinds of ,
of our social distresses be were sent to make a Joint Investigation remedies and various physicians, with
occupation arrested the other
may questioned side of
little relief
or no until ono night last
namely, of the Brownsville shooting af Rev R. 3_
; and ejected from the building and! Campthe great gulf. summer 1 caw Dr Mild Nervine and
; capitalism ItselL"It If fray. The reports contained testimony belL Heart Cure advertised. I resolved to ;
they return confined In
may jail Mr. Campbell and
make In
one more trial which I did
Every day he sees until the session closes. This Is understood of eyewitnesses; to the riot of Aug. 13 his followers believe man to be a reve- the purchase of one bottle of Nervine i
tb:.t so Ion; as to be last. The president said he is now and one of Heart Cure. In a few days! !
to of
preliminary a variety lation of God and the universe OLe I began to feel better, which encouraged
that the effect of his order In
the capitalist class radical which much that I continued the
reform laws have been means to the self manifestation of me so
exists poverty, dismissing the negro soldiers was not medicine until I had taken more thana
Introduced for a two cent passenger God. The word "God" stands for the dozen bottles. I am very much improved -
a wage slavery and rate direct primary elections, rate regulation to bar them from all civil employment ,'infinite reality whence all things in every way; in body, mind
: ., all the miseries under the government and that the' procoed. and spirits since. I make special
0 untlpasses. eta The legisla TIle new theology holds that human point to recommend the medicine, ana
F t;. which well Intentioned tares of Kansas, Iowa and South Dakota part of the order so declaring was nature should be Interpreted inthe I feel a sincere pleasure in knowingthat
men desireto 'lackiug' In validity" and would be re I' several persons have been b nented t
are considering similar meas "
terms of its own highest therefore through my recommendation.
relieve must voked. As to the authority to dismissthe
urea.Governor. it reverences Jesus Christ It watchesthe A. S. MELTON. AshviUe N. C. i
continue. soldiers, so as to bar them from Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
/ Mr. Hunter Staurt Inaugurated.At future enlistment the president still I development of modern science, druggist who wi'l! guarantee that the
Harrisburg. Edwin S. Stuart with which it Is In harmony. The first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he
:: ::,' .. thinks that capitalism was has no doubt of his authority. will refund your money. t
Bible is handled
and critically
of freely -
inaugurated governor Pennsylvania :
I" will soon Minister to Norway Accused. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Ind tt
r other book. ,
the of and in his address be demanded an In- as any Immortality of
go way Professor H. W. Elliott of Cleveland
)- Robert Hunter. otter class sys vestigation of the capitol scandal, two the soul Is accepted but only; on the
O while testifying before the house
tems." "Lawson." he says "sees its cent fare oa the railroads, trolley ground that every individual's con-
robbery freight privileges and aid for the city committee on"ways and means charged sciousness is a ray of the universal i
frenzied finance. Hughes sees its The Moll Valuable Set of Yacht and Bosh
of the widows and orphans charities, thus reaffirming his preelec.tion that Robert H. O. Peirce, now ministerto consciousness and that we make our O.i/di*[ Bouts ever PHukt&.

Hearst sees its political treachery, pledges. Norway, had exacted a $5,000 fee destiny; in the next world by our be-
for his official services to one who received havior In this. RUDDERHOWTO
Steffens sees its political perfidy. Miss Mayor Dunne's Platform.In .
an award of damages from Rus-
Tarbell Its soul of dishonor and hypocrisy statement Pope on Organized Anar hy. BOOKSOver
a public Mayor Dunneof
sia through TIle Hague courts. Mr.
Robert de Forest its murderous Chicago announced his candidacyfor Peirce had made this demand while An encyclical addressed by Pope )ono boats have been built from the fine
tenements. Felix Adler the slavery printed in these books-Successfully sailed in
Plus to the French and
clergy people
re-election on a platform of opposition official of the state department clime and Full detail
acting as an every upon every set-
:. ; of the children Roosevelt its poisonous to the proposed settlement of declares that the government's actionIs drawing of all parts, showing what It k and

food products." Mr. Hunter the street car question. a declaration of war against all spiritual how to nuke it-Text extremely sample

,, sees all these things at once, and the The plan agreed upon between the Negroes to Dig Canal. ideas as well as against the: HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50
sight has driven him to Join those who The canal K foot sew ntbwt Lark,euy to build frame afl ta ass
Isthmian commission has church. The Catholics must be
council committee and the street car pre creep; good ntuug bos t tot s bv/1 tears tko tnimm!..
demand "the social ownership of the men flies the value of the propertiesand opened bids from private contractorsfor pared for all sorts of trials, but they HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACKA

Instruments of production." the completion of the Panama are certain ,>f final victory. From the fine heat for .ftnw,. nailing or ......k Dir abort b r
franchises at which .
$50,000,000, woal water H.cnsf.1 ibtnm butt,MOUB or cat
Senatorial Elections. the city would have to pay wheneverIt canal, and It appears that W. J. Oliverof point of view of tile exercise of religion rig; fall pianiand pmair of completed koala

y The Republican majority of the Delaware took of Knoxville, Tenn.. In association be says, the new law has organized HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP
possession the lines. Of this Jiort soccTMful ,nciw marhnie ever tl..... a. priaivfainer
assembly nominated Harry A. the Union Traction would receive $29- with Anson N. Bangs of New York anarchy. tO.1B W is,it.A.'maa.Mia ud.-.lia} say to bslfd f aw

Richardson the cancer and financial were the lowest bidders, as they proposed
000,000 and the City Railway 21000.
promoter of Dover, to succeed Allw in 000. The city and the companies would to do the work for 6.jj; per cent I COMMERCIALForeign I Simple sad pr. &<-al.fcowing kvwt contract. a!....|
-7":' the United States senate, and he was share net receipts the former receiving of 140000000. the estimated costThere bun tor use wiU gar_ berermj otkcr flfau i
' t. subsequently elected. 53 per cent and the latter 45 per cent, were three other proposals- Commerce Convention.The I.. ..J'c...... eahat umI1u!!
: The Republican majority of the !\e1 and the companies would be requiredto namely from Pierce & Co. of Frankfort mtler; aaitalile tat aba Jow watra.
Me for 719 cent from the first national convention for the HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL.DRAUGHT aLOO'
braska legislature chose for the senate raise to per ,
$40,000,000 Immediately re-
extension of foreign of the A dvm little saUu boat,with uodenU o araatg aa<
Norris Brown of Kearney to succeed habilitate the service. The rehabilitation North American Dredging company of commerce aa&II....plat

, .1 Mlllavd. He Is pledged to support the is to begin at once but the city at Los Angeles Cal., for 28 per cent, and United States was In session three HOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR HARPICEa
days at Washington last week. Every ,to iUeTrthiBgttaJKt>t:Ja"eke eras foe s leap
t direct primary, antipass and rigid corporation any time may purchase upon six the MacArthur-Gillesple company of la begia.ita,caa be kill KIT cbmpir,..ta.aioop.r ca*fi.
:state In the Union was reoresented.
o laws. months' notice. New Jersey for 125 per cent The HOW TO BUILD A MODEL YACHT
..r lowest bidders are experienced railroad and the movement was started by the A romplete drarnptMB of bow to build a axidal;alae liar t
The formal election of Simon Guggenheim -
X att2 van w tail a "
New York board of trade and trans
and canal contractors.
as United States senator from
-Colorado occurred at Denver. The po- I L LEGISLATIVE I I Oliver who says be is a self made portation. The tariff, ship subsidy and PRICE $1. EACH

f aitlons he given up represent salaries man now at thirty-nine. Is the foremost other pertinent plans were discussed. PREPAID BT EXPRESS ANYWHERE

to the amount of $75,000 a year. The Spooner Replies to Tillman. railroad contractor In the south. Electric Racing Cars Now. Bound in clotJi-Ood Intmnj-Sue of pigt
<9< by 12 inch6--Ur&f. dearly-drawn plans.:
1" senate had previously decided by a Senator Spooner of Wisconsin in the One of his present undertakings Is the One of the new turns In the automobile
of the Lookout mountain for trade shown In the Madison THE: RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
strict party vote of is to 11 against Investigating course of his defense of the president'sorder tunneling wag
I f the charges that money had dismissing negro soldiers with- the Southern railway. lIe is! looked up- Square Garden exhibit when electric a MURRAY STREET NEW YORK. u. S. A

been used in securing Guggenheim's out trial sharply rebuked Senator Till on as a multimillionaire and says he vehicles built on the racing plan at- Sand postal for Catalogue Book forlaea4mee'i

election. man saying It came with bad grace Is willing to lose a million for the privilege tracted much attention. This rival of Li (I?.

1 Representative Joseph M. Dixon of for one who went about the country of digging the canal. "I want It the popular gasoline car is made by

Montana was elected to the United preaching lawlessness and defending as a monument to my name" he says. the Baker Electric company and one

States senate. "I want people to say In after years of them was purchased by C. K. G.
.: lynching to criticise the president: as a Ferry seeds 3 ,
The Massachusetts legislature almost legal lyncher. Tillman had declared 'W. J, Oliver of Knoxville, Tenn., dug Billings, owner of the champion trot are not an expert .
meat,but with proper col ti-
unanimously voted to return W. Murray that in recognizing Booker Washingtonand that ditch. ter. Lou Dillon. The sixty horsepower Tatlon,they assure success

Crane to the United States senate. other negroes as! social equals and It is understood that he will use ne Thomas filer has broken all nonstop doubts from the at start planting t scrs nor Lave disappointment no

The New Hampshire! legislature elected his preaching; of the equality of the zr labor from the southern states records and iv expected to continue until at harvest. Get

United States Senator Burnham. races had, Incited negroes to acts of lie will take at least: 5,000 negroes to 6>b. 9 after a run to Chicago, havIn. .

The Maine legislature elected violence. Panama with him. ;: been in continuous operation 1.000 !

United States Senator William F, Frye. Cortelyou Confirmed. Asks For Two Dreadnought hours, representing a journey of 7.000
The Republican majority of the Kansas miles.t .
legislature named Representative I When the senate committee on A letter from President Roosevelt to

finance reported favorably the nomination Chairman Foss of the house committeeon for biggest, surest, hest cropstll -
Charles Curtis to succeed James R. .
Burton in the United States senate. i of George B Cortelyou to be naval affairs insists that the navy i t LABORTrainmen I >ycar> l /O7A>cc. Annual

has had remarkable career secretary of the treasury: It was imincdinUU -; of the future will require larger battleships free on request
Curtis a
D. M. FERRY 4 CO.,
of the Dreadnought class, and he
confirmed by tbe unanimousvote
lIe Is known to havo Indian blood in I i : Work: Too Long. Detroit,Mich
of the benite ures that provision be made for the
his veins and has worked his way up That the men employed ni the
I I construction of two such. lIe says opera
from the mot humble stations having Substitute Ship Subsidy Bill.
they are economical because one of lion of trains and the si!;,"1lal "ystr'm on
been formerly a jockey, hack driver The house committee on merchant j the Ilj'tinon and Ohio rail 'uJ,1 work 50 YEARS'
of the
those big fighters: can whip two
and eeldler bvfore eiitem-a politic I I' marine and ti-Juries toted 8 to 7 in present class. Althouth he would IK ;In etee.-ive number of hours without EXPERIENCE

Bailey Investigation Averted favor of :ib!i> subsidy measure dif- glad of an intl'ruat'uil agreement toI j I |>n>inr periods of rest has ltu brought

The Texas house of representatives I ferine radically from the bill which limit the size of biltleshps. he says: out ?.) the eouiuiere-e c.'Ollilllis."n in
the at- passed the senile I last s siou. It Is vesti;:atioii :u connection witb tine Terra
passed resolution tailing on I I be has. found that it will be impract.cao'e -
turue>' general to Mibimt all (lll'umen 'I a mail siibsuh without regard ti> Vl'S.1 t<> s ,,'ure any such agreement: Cotta wntk An i.i/Jf"1 had(

tar) eudeme implicating Senator | toumze: Four of the seven proposed ill the near future worked for thirt>-
Bailey in dcilmith the Standard i!I subsidies arc for lines to South and I! Genera 1 M;innger I-it/d" 11niitUtl TRADE. MARKS
anti the others to : cs t Canada's Guest.Sseretary DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
Centralm .
Oil people' Neu'rtuelev the friendsof .uc-i tint :to kiitn Iu'.i Jj H ii:r.-
Bailey passed substitute resolution -:I I Hawaii and the far east RxrtMrs accompanied by : as the rrsiilt of the failure of inou to sending a sketch and 3escnr>ttnn dtc.Anrone may.
Boot and Miss Uoottarteil from !, frte .bc b >
for' qnlrklr ascertain our opinion In the senate. IS to 1:. calling Foraker's Compromise Resslulion.: take tin i,rr>j+er time' to rest DTP;,: 11'a pn oitbiy pdentabla C"'n:munir ,
to in- i Wishmsnon for Ottawa, where they i Tloni strict IT cot.Bdentlal Handbook on PatenU
a committee of seven senators || The resolution agreed upon among -e to lie the pest ..f lirl Gr'v. ::u\ i More Pay For engineers. sent Ir'a. Oldest jLl'nry for securing patents.Kitpit .
tnruueb Stein & Co.
Bailey i taken receive
the charges
veMmate j the Republican senators proMUmz for c'nlUrl'l1f'ral! of mull. for a few i id \\osteiii railroad 11: iIi'r' s jotHuilj rprrud notice, without chart. in toe
adviaable /
if such an nut-xtiiition; is deemed an investigation of the Uro\\usvilk :ivs. This U understood to be the beginning j j! an agreement at Chicago to> JrI:11 increased Sckntific Jlmerkan.A
I riot was submitted! by roraker It d- .
of direct negotiations for a '! wvr:: *s to eutirrer'rs! si:,:ere.'.it
afi hat dsnmely illoetr,,f > Kidnaping.In reds the committee on military -
Socialist Paper Suggests treaty contrary to all receilent ; in; over S:-.HlII'.t..1O a year and I .ife:; "uukini .f any ereatfc >,uroal Terms, H s
support of the contention that the fairs tv> ascertain all the facts about j jI lug over 1:.('!1 men on all line wit Ten r: four montnaL, boliltiy -ll 9Je..8de&Jen.1UNN .
|I the affray. but makes no reference to I' & CO.3618roidtli7'New York
United States supreme court, by refusing or Chicago.
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the habeas corpus plea of the j I I the presidential authority for di-misg: I r FOREIGN I -----'-- Bran"-h oTire.a K itt.. ,luston.t .C.

officers of the .\rner l.-an Federation of; mg the uero; troops The iH'U'-M
Miners, had justified their alleged kid I ended with its ailvtiou Prior to this I !i I 'I was a lor in a twenty year battle KILLTHf: COUCHA
Senator Caruiack of Itnutosee made Award Favors Honduras. with chronic and
unplug from the state of Idaho the[ I i piles malignant sores,
to Reason a Socialist weekly of : it tin occasion of his farewell address. The dispute between tbe republics: of i i until I tried Iu'ken'srnka! valve: CURE THE LUNGS

Appeal Ijinird Kan.. having: a Jar=e national I i as he is soon to be succeeded by Tay- Honduras and Nicaragua over their ',, which turnel l the tide, by" curing both, =- =

urrhtion, lu; offered a reward of i lor Ciriuaek approved all that the I boundaries Jetting; ..(>Oc) square miles till not strrtit- renalns" rites! .\. :\1. WITH Dr1 King'sNew
Bruce, of Farmville, \ a. Best for old
$l.l"to" any one who will deliver to i president had clone and ascribed: the of territory has been decided by the i I ol, era, cut, burn and wounds 2.: cents at

the Kentucky authorities William S. i Republican opposition to a plot to repudiate arbitrator, tbe kin,; of Spain. in favor : IW Crops Pharmacy.

Taylor, formerly ;governor of Ken the president's: leadership. lIeI ot Honduras. An American syndicate, Discovery

tueky who is under Indictment for :I) Said the president had attempted the tbe Deitrich company of Pittsburg John White & Co. .;ate.lOUISYtIIE .

complicity in the murder of Goebel. I impossible task of recreating the Republican holds a concession for this land from KY.1IWlli1la4 Price
In the di* i FOR CONSUMPTION 50c&$1.00
party. teat
but whom the Indiana officials have re- Nicaragua and has already spent $uOu.

fus '.l to surrender for trial The presumption I cushion Senator Foraker said he was WA) on It Doubt is expressed that I 5r::='- ti Free Trial.

is that there would be a different j I chiefly concerned that men branded as Nicaragua will accept the decision. FURS Sorest and Quickest Cure for all
because murderers be given a chance to be
ruling in the case of Taylor THROAT and LUNG TROUB-
he Is a Republican and a capUiJlit. j heard in their own defense. He defied Telephone to the Shah. h'and..Hides...... r LES, or MONEY BACK
The new shall of Persia is said to
.whereayr i tteuujjer were labor tuai U4 was seeklo& to embaj-

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ffl FAIR FLORIDA For thaIDandruff 0
:! .l.treul1OUS That the words Roosevelt and Grippe or Influenza, whichever you like 0

Y flat is Bring Done Toiirds tie Doe I I If moue has been are emphatically-proved :In s moat synony de- to call it, is one of the most weakening tOt #

TdopmtntoftlifiPcniflsiili 'i cisive manner by 'the honored president diseases known. 0Scot'r

r of these United States of America --
., The State Federation of Labor is In 8
and the same fact is being established I Emulsion which is Cod
session this week in Tampa..

Dr. D. A. Watts, for many 'years a There is one thing that will equally determined in Tampa by member a younger of but the 2 Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily dl- 8

prominent resident of Lake City, j p cure it-Ayer's Hair Vigor.It famous family. i; gested form, is the greatest strength-builder 0
is a regular scalpmedicine.It The gentleman in question Is J. A. known to medical science.
ih John McIntyre, a machinist at the 0 <>
quickly destroys the germs Roosevelt a youthful nephew of the

.." ,Z Monday Fensacola while navy bathing yard, in was the drowned basin. which cause this disease. President, who during the past that two 0 It is so easily digested that it sinks into g t ao
months has occupied a position
The date,of the Senatorial electionof The unhealthy.scalp becomes would apparently indicate anything the system, making new blood and new fat, 0 #

Levy County will probably be healthy. The dandruff disappears but the fact that he was destined to 0 and strengthening nerves and muscles. 0

changed from February 26th to some had to disappear. A set the world afire with his brilliancy.In .

later date as the voters have not had halthyscalp means a great dealto fact, his position has been one that Use Scott's Emulsion after 8

time to qualify. you-healthy hair, no dandruffno had he approached the average Tam- Influenza. '
The City Council of Lakeland has 0
pimplesno eruptions.The pa girl on the streets and asked a
passed an ordinance granting a rightof civil question he would probably have 0
beat kind of a testimonial. tAQ Invaluable for Coughs and Colds.
way through the city to the new
Sold for over sixty years." been given a decidedly cold answeror 0A
electric railway which is to connect
none at alL His position Isn't 11-
ty*C.Ayer Co.LoweU.fea**.
Tampa and Bartow. AUo m nuf.otar.f r-pf greatly improved from a fashionable i ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. 0'OOOOOOOOOOOOO

it. Mr. and Mrs. George Gould, five AXI4e SACSXPA1ULUL
, PILIS.CBEUY. point of view today, but nevertheless,
"I children and a party of friends have 'I FECTOKAL. ho's coming. OO OOOO

,4 sailed from Port Tampa on the Could Mr. Roosevelt, who Is the son of

""1.--" yacht Atalanta for a cruise of two President Roosevelt's brother, has for The Forbes Grant Grand Lodge Officers.

months in Southern*:!rs. two months occupied the position of There seems to be a general mis- The Masonic Grand Lodge of Florida

The Masonic Grand Lodge of Florida i Important Good Roads Project. car cleaner at the carshed of the Tam- understanding of the people of Pier- in session in Jacksonville last
has decided to erect a magnificent (Gainesville Sun.) pa Electric Company, and while in ida in regard to the lands of the week elected ,officers as follows:

A ela Masonic Temple in Jacksonville, at The Orlando Reporter-Star tells that capacity he'gained the reputa- Forbes grant comprising about 200- Elmer E. Haskell, of Palatka grand

'' tl" southeast corner of Main and about an important good roads under tion of being the best car cleaner that 000 acres of public lands in Calhoun master.

Monroe Streets opposite the Duval taking that is destined to connect sev- "ever happened" in this section of Washington and Jackson Counties, Louis C. Massey, of Orlando, dep-

; -N Theater to cost not less than $125- eral large towns in Middle Florida the country. So quiet and unostentatious west of the Apalachicola River, recently uty grand master.

: 000. It will be one of the finest buildIngs with the East Coast According to has he been that few of the em- diverted back to the ownershipof Albert W. Gilchrist of Punta Gorda,

"':' "'.::::F" of its kind in the South. the Reporter-Star,. the project has ployees of the electric company have the United States Government senior grand warden.

:{ G. M. Hustin, of the Cocoa Power for its object the connecting- of the been aware of the fact that he is I after a long and complicated litiga George B. Glover, of :Moaticello,

T ..;; Light and Ice Works at Cocoa Bre- Orange, County road leading to Or- the nephew of the biggest man in the tion.As junior grand warden. '

-1 fj, vard County, claims that Ralph Owen lando and thence southward to Kis- United States. A motorman however, a matter of information it is authoritatively Henry Robinson, of Jacksonville,

? is not the first one to drive an automobile simmee with the Volusia County sys- recently got an intimation that the announced that none of rand treasurer.

He, with his wife and son, made tona. The distance from Orlando to dy's" characteristics in the following for entry at an early date if at all rand secretary. '

r;::_ the entire trip in a touring car from Daytona is about seventy miles. manner: as the United States general land 1 W. B. Y. Willie of Dunnellon

t. r Cocoa to New York Boston and Quebec "The Volusia County Commissioners Begrimed to such an extent thatit office has decided to withhold them grand chaplain.The .

> Canada. agreed to meet the Orange County was a difficult matter to tell whether for the present at least and may following officers were appointed -

The laying of the rails of the F. E. reople at a point one and one-fourth he was white or black young eventually make of the tract an extensive for the ensuing year: Rev. HenryS.

C. Railway extension on Key Largo i miles east of the St. Johns River in Roosevelt arrayed in extremely dirty national forest reserve whichis Yerger grand orator; C. L. Wil-

-, is reported to be progressing rapidly Volusia County. It would seem a little overalls, was at work cleaning a car one of Florida's greatest needs at son, of :Marianna grand marshal;

:" several miles of the rails having already out of the usual order for the citizens from beneath. In some way he incur- this time. James E. Came of Tampa, senior

ii been laid and the track practically of Orlando and Sanford to go ted the displeasure of the motorman, The majority of the lands, involvedin grand deacon; J. M. Samuel ol Manatee -

; completed. The engine and out of their way and spend good who proceeded to give him a "cussin this case are very fertile and heavily junior grand deacon; C. H. Stewart -

in another with river out- timbered, and would make desira of Melbourne grand standard-
'i' train of flat cars carried down some money county a
; time ago is assisting in the work.- Cowing between but the advantages Young Roosevelt, whose appearance Lie possessions for either purpose. bearer: E. N. Holt of Green Cove t

Miami Metropolis.Maj. appealed so strongly to those who indicates that he has as much of the The National Government's: attentionhas Springs, grand sword-bearer; N. L

have the welfare of these two towns bulldog in his constitution as the been called to the rapidly decreasing Gotlieb. of Ocala senior grand stew-

Gen. Foster Gen. J. W. Sack- at heart, both as to the prospect of President quietly crawled from be- forests of Florida however, and ard; H. H. Shear, of Chattahoochee

, *' ett Colonel Bacon Senator Girardeau securing visitors who would come neath the car and with equal quie- the proper authorities are detera'.n'y' junior steward; C. A. Finley, of Lake
,* Senator L. Mathews, comprisingthe tude approached the irate motormanand to protect these forests, in so far as
southward on their autos and to our i City, grand pursuivant; John W. Capper
, commission to select a permanent own citizens who would want to go asked this simple question: ii is possible to do so. of Jacksonville grand tyler.

site for the State encampment, In- to the coast that subscriptions were "What did I understand you to say It is understood that numerous let
spected Suwannee Springs Friday and section Danger of a Cold and How to Avoid Them
taken and the work commenced. to me, sir? ters of inquiry from every of

Saturday morning, coming here in "Almost, two years of work have That Rooseveltian expression to the State have been received by the 'I More fatalities have their origin in or
result from a cold than from other
carriages, and were taken down to any
been put on the extension. A part of face the voice got the better of the United States land office here regard- cause. This fact alone should make people

Dowling Park on a special train to the work was lost because of unusua: "crank turner,' who came to the conclusion ing these lands. more careful as there is no danger

. look over the grounds there.-Live high water two summers ago. that he had made a mistake, whatever from a cold when it is properly
Oak DemocratThe Sensation Coming. treated in the" beginning For many'years
and meekly replied, "I didn't t
"The vast amount of work accom- say a
Cough Remedy has
(Tampa Times.) :
safe that went through the p
plished can hardly be comprehended word. Roosevelt then quietly returned For some weeks past the grand jury I been recognized as the most prompt and
:-- Shultz Hotel fire was opened this without it to his work as if nothing had hap effectual medicine in use for this disease.It .
seeing has been engaged, through a committee acts on nature's plan loosens the
week, and money and valuable papers pened. ,
"In the first the to
place approach in an investigation of the expenditure cough relieves the lungs, opens the
were found intact A strange thing the river parallel with it for over a The young man, determined to leara of the $400,000 good roads secretions and aid nature in restoring

was that of a leather pocketbook be- mile, has been built by Orange Coun the electric business from the "groundup the system to a healthy condition. Sold
:Mr. :Munson which bonds. by all drugging and medicine dealers.STOP .
longing to Harry ty. From this point a ferry will be came to Tampa shortly after This investigation has evidently already !
t ass wrapped in paper The paper established which will be operated graduating from one of the leading --- ------- ---

was all right and so also the moneyin i across the St Johns Rner. A canal universities of the country and began taken on a very extensive size,
as it is known that of witnesses
the pocketbook appeared to be all several hundred feet in length and work as a car cleaner at the princely
have been quietly summoned before
right but the leather was burnedthrough. wide enough to admit the of I. salary of $9 per week. It is difficultto
testimony -
the body's committee and their
.-Fort Mjers Press. the ferry barges has been dug deep see how he has managed to spend I II
taken, and many more are daily
Rev. M. M. Lord of Orange county enough to reach the flow of the river I such a sum. For nearly two months being examined.

Florida, who was recently admitted connecting with the slue to the west he persevered at this disagreeablework
There Is a rumor current on the
+ into the traveling connection cf the ward. The road commencing from and was recently promoted to
streets to the effect that the body has
Florida Conference, has been assigned the eastern end of this canal has been the position of time-keeper of the con- Read and Consider
already sent a preliminary report to
to the evangelical mission and left or. built of the muck thereabout upon struction gang composed mostly of
Tallahassee showing some of the
Saturday to begin his work. Mr. piling of palmetto trees., to the height negroes, for which he probably receives -i I
means of expenditure, and that some
Lord's charge is in the Everglades of ten or twelve feet continuing to a $10 per week. lIe is at work I WHAT
highly delectable developments are
section. It extends about eighty i point where the Inflow 01 the river under T. C. Folsom, the well-known
tailed to follow the complete report of
miles is composed of five churches, necessitated the erection of a bridge Tampaite who looks after the extensive the committee's investigation of the THIS

with seven or eight preaching points., 310 feet in length connecting with construction work of the com- I
expenditure: of the bond money, whicb
Only one of his churches can be another long section of road built on pany." ,vanished like a mist leaving the pro- MEANS
leached by means other than by fooL piling for a long distance before solid "That boy is certainly a corker little .
pe very to show for it.Everybody's i
Mr. Bundy of the photographic firm ground is reached. This road as said Mr. Folsom to a Times man connection with the
txItnditure t
"and he'll make his mark yet Why i TO YOU
stated, and one-fourth
in tent covers one
of Bundy &. Lande located a of these funds has been or..
miles and in turn connects with do you know he made the best car
on the Boulevard is arranging for an a will be investigated, the committee
He good flatwoods road, terminating in a cleaner I ever saw, and when promote .
interesting series of experiments evidently having neither niend nor
roll of
didn't want to quit saying he really Every paper
road to Osteen, from whencethe
is constructing a camera to be low- clayed foe in its work, but devoting itself to I
liked the work. He is the best timekeeper -
s ered beneath the sea for the purpose regular roads may be taken. as-certammg facts that will show th"
,. "The total cost of this connectinglink I have ever had, and when the sold by as during! the
of the wonderful '
of getting negatives reneral public what they got-or di;;
will be about $2,500, the bridge gang gets to work at an
about the Fowey Rock
gardens not get-for their
sea money.
alone costing $500. The sum of $2,600 early hour in the morning you may ,, month of will
lighthouse. He even believes it possible -- -- January!
; to get photographs of fish in has thus far been subscribed, and the wager jour hat that that Rooseveltwill Powder Burn for Rattlesnake Cite

'< : their native element Mr. Bundy's balance remains to be taken up be there on time. lIe may never \\"hfle hunting back o, town, Tuesday : be haog on jour walls
be president of the United States, but
Frank Uracco the tail
will be watched with a "Though the road will not be thor stepped on
f: experiments smoothed down, to hell be one of the best street railway of a :5-foot rattlesnake, which swun
intere&t-Miami Record. oughly owing considerable ;
( great A beautiful deal of sight was witnessed inr" work still to be done, it is and electric men" In the country withina around. !I i'iu; :; him in the leg, and : absolutely free of charge

: last Sunday morning the intention} to have it so far com few )'ears. hanging in the clothing. Frank killed

Gadsden from 9 o'clock, Ala., until noon. A bright i pleted bj Tuesday that automobiles True to the characteristic of his Illustrious the snake and scure.l the rattles anJ and the price of wall paper -
f" uncle Roosevelt is
; visible to the naked eye : coming to the DajtonaOrmond races young started to walk on, not thinkin the I
star became not afraid of work of any k"..d, and iake's T... s had reached tte :Setti,
in the southeast and hundreds of citizens may safely travel over it a: i i has not advanced
taking qualities and those of the
the street corners and *It is expected that a number of >i.til a stinging s>tn;ation was, fpt.; s

stood on orb. owners of automobiles will take advantage Present into consideration, the I'pon examination, he found the faus;
gazed at the unusually here and therewith of this: opportunity and make Times is contrained to say had just :bciaptd the kin enough: ; to I One thousand styles and
;. The sky was dotted
"Bully for the clan of Roosevelt"How
the trip. thaw blood. With rare nerve, Frank
fj a few snow clouds and when the prices to select from. Work
cpened the scratches with his knife
these the star "This will really be the formal I
A-f was behind one ot to Present Billon Attacks
than ever and opening of the Orland -Da'tona automobile and taking the powder' from a coupleof and paper guaranteed to be
: appeared more brilliant One who is subject to bilious attacks
road and will signalize a new cartridges, placed it on the wound
looked like a huge diamond. Many will notice that for a day or more before the best
t. and comments were era in the good roads history of Or- the attack he is not hungry at meal time and lighted it He is apparently

..' expressions ange, and Volusia Counties which and feel dull after eating. A dose ofChamberlam' suffering no ill effects from his nar
gray-headed negro V. W. ELDRED
heard. One old
Stomach and Liver Tab
1- have already made great strides along row escape, and the rattles are on exhibition -
was heard to remark: "Dat is sho'lyde let" when these first symptoms appear Scrimgeour BuildingTITUSVILLE
at his father's barber
star ob Bethlehem an' it is a sho this important line of state Improve- will ward off the aturt. They are for sale shop.- t
News. ments." by all druggists and medicine dealers. Cocoa and Rockledse News. FLA. ,
sign of good times-Pensacola. 1


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We have the largest and best line of Bargain In Every Department

c -' PRESENT WEEK shoes in the city. ,For men and boy. inthe INCIDENTS AND tf.
L Edwin Clapp and Crossett makes; MOSDAT, JANUARY 28,'1907. s

.. for ladies in the Qneen Quality make- No style innovation of recent years has ,

Pueut_ lotes Pertaining to Events in rat the that's Irving made Drew; for make.misses ,and infants Personal Paragraphs About People that attained high favor such among wide well acceptance groomed and women lasting Something About the People of Titus I

Transpiring About Tom No matter what kind of shoe you want Travel Here and There everywhere as the tapering waist with idle as They Come and Go .
we have it Send as your orders. We the well defined lines.

Dr. Armstrong's date Feb.'loth, at Dr. pay express or postage on all out of town Holzer-Cabot magneto for sale, brand This style was originally introducedand Miss Louise Cnrtisa was a passenger on

"Wilson's office., rders. Wuaros: S. BKASMXG, new. Inquire at TaB STAB office. popularized by R. The Clothier Furnisher Hatter' the R. & G. is '"
today the
only "ally-lo-
Fine trunks and suit cases at Winston Those Hawes $.100 hats now on exhibition -
and Outfitter, Titnsville, Fla. wear corset that produces tbis fashionable Get your suit Schloss Bro make,
S. winners.
Branning'a.Yoa at Branning's store are from Winston S.
and graceful effect. Branning, the'clothier,
eboald call and seethe' beautiful 'Phone your want ads, personals and We will place on pale a number different -
line of low cat Queen Quality shoes just Baptists Bad citing Convention orders for job printing to THE STAR office. styles of the R. & G. made of linen Mr., D. B. Pritchard carried a large"party '

arrived at Winston 8. Branning'a. Rev. Wm. Stones returned home'Sunday 'Phone No. 302. coutil, tapering. waist with, garters attached of young folks out for A ride' Sunday -:
night from Live Oak where heat at a special price of 98 cents. afternoon in his fast motor boat.
The first really good, rain since October New Victor records for January on sale
x tended the Baptist State convention, Tape girdles also made by the R. & G. Go to Winston S.
last fell Sunday night Not within the Indian River Music House, Titusville, Brauning'a for fine i
4 memory of the oldest inhabitant has which was in session the latter part of .who can fanish any Victor records special price of 49 cf nts, all sizes. clothing, shoes hats, men's and boys'
last week. Lace curtains, three yards long, extra nrnisbings. The
and best
Florida experienced such a protracted promptly. largest stock
At the convention the matter of ,the wide excellent designs special $1.29. in the city. One price to all. #
drongbt. Stetson university resolutions was given Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Prindle left Sunday Notwithstanding constant advanceof f

Merit Jas. Nelson and Anderburg, of precedence over the regular order of busi- morning in their launch, the West cotton goods, we will put on sale about We understand that the Wills Comedy

Chelsea, Mass., arrived Wednesday tess, and the report of the committee on Virginia, for Daytona, to take in the automobile ten pieces of new and up-to-date ginghams company, who played here about two

St. Johns river route and will spend a closer relationship having already, been races. in stripes and solid colors as well, weeks ago, expect to play Titnsville againon .

couple of months with their friend, Mr. adopted, the Jenungs resolutions were Dr. E. E. Rollins of Fort Pierce at the old price of 12} cents per yard. their return from Cuba. This com-

W. C. Peterson, on Banana river. under consideration.Alter called here yesterday, on account of, the was White lawn, excellent quality, 20 cents pany was here last week on their way
the motion to adopt bad been would be a low price for this quality, south from DeLand and took in the Fick-
Mrs. T. Blake Walker returned to Jack. illness of ) rs. M. L. Peacock, who has
made, Dr. Halley, who was leading the Monday only 15 cents per yard. ert shows. _
sonville Wednesday joining Mr. Walker, been indisposed for some time it
opposition to the resolutions, took the Dress goods at almost one-half of the '
who was here the first part of the week, floor and addressed some persocal remarks A representative of the Salvation Army regular price.Linen Mr. and Ms. Chas. B Merrill and little
Ormond where he had been taking in
at to Ex-Governor Jennings, which arrived in town Wednesday and delivered buck towels, 17 inches wide and son Orlando, now of Kansas City, Mo.,
the auto races Toesday and 'Vednesday. were equivalent to "passing the lie," and an exhortation to a large crowd on the J2 inches long, guaranteed all linen,spec but formerly residents of Tropic, arrived t

Dr. Armstrong, the well known eye for a while the convention was thrown into street that night near the postoffice. ial$1.25perdozen. Sunday to spend the balance of the win.

and nerve specialist informs os that he a scene of pandemonium. Bleached Turkish towels, heavy quality ter with Mr. Merrill's mother, Mrs. John
Mr. W. C. Thomas Eau Gallic
will make a professional visit toTituaville Dr. alley afterward apologized to the to worth 20 cents, Monday only 12centseach. W. Merrill, at her beautiful Tropic home
Monday afternoon where he has
,on Feb. loth, one day only, and can beseen convention am1 to Ex-Governor Jennings a position on the point of Memtts island.
with Mr. A. 0. Frink. Mrs.
at Dr. Wilson's o'ffice. : for using such language in the presence Special prices on blankets and quilts.Ladies' .
Thomas here for the The Pickert played
remains Theatrical
I of the assembled body, but maintained preeenLIr. leather hand bags, some $1.00 company
Mr. Andrew Griffis has taken charge that he could "prove the facts" by letters ) E. F. Cooley, of Lansing Mich., and $1.25, you have your choice for 59 at this place'three nights last week and
offish house No. 2 for the Cooperative matinee li
gave a Saturday afternoon all of
and papers in his possession. arrived last week to cruise down the east cents.
t' Fish company and has a number of our The previous question was called up coast in his fine launch, the East Wind. Embroideries-We have quite a few which were well patronized, particularly
best fishermen to the Cooperative their last exhibition
engaged supply and the None of his left. It on Saturday night.
resolutions adopted with slight family came south this winter remnants makes no difference _
company with fish. amendment. but his friend, Mr. Thoman, arrived what we get for them, they must go at This is positive proof that appreciate '
Mr. M. E. Card, of White City station, The resolutions provide that the state the first of the week and the East Wind any price. presented were thoroughly
was here the first of the week on his board of missions and the Florida Baptist left Tuesday afternoon for Rockled I Torchon lace, excellent styles especially From here the company left Sunday

launch, the Mvra, en route to Daytona to convention procure amicably, if possible, It McFadden of good for underwear, at a big reduction. morning for Orlando. Titusville will be
witness the auto races. He left his boat otherwise. before the courts of the legislature Capt. Mail orders promptly filled on any of glad to see them every season. ;
was in town Tuesday accompanied
here and proceeded via rail to Daytona. ,or both, as is found advisable, an his attorney to appear before Judge Jonesin the above good :Mrs. Lydia Potter, the oldest person in
amendment the charter of John B. furs KUM
Messrs. J. H. Same and M. S. Sams, oConrtenay to the quite prominent appeal case of the West Palm Beach, both in age and residence 1
Stetson in such and Titusville Fla. .
made a flying trip to Charleston university form manner City of Daytona vs. McFadden for run died at the home of her eon, Geo. '
No. .
the first of the week on a brief visit as may be determined,embracing the ning a shell boat without a city license. Telephone 8.Publicity W. Potter, in that city last Friday. She

to their elder brother, whom they had following: particulars: fudge; Jones has reserved his decision in was 93 years of age and had resided la
not seen for a number of years, returning (a) Fixing the term of office of the his case. I Wanted West Palm Beach since 1884. She is survived ,
trustees for short of
home Wednesday. a period timeb Mr. A. P.. Canova The Pensaccla Journal is advocating by three children, George W. Potter .
for of St.
( ) Providing expiration of present Petersburg, I Dr. R. B. Potter and Miss Ellen Potter
: Mr. Andrew Loeley died yesterday( terms of trustees left the first of this week for Miam;, a measure that will give more publicity ,
all of whom residents of West
r ternoon at the residence of his brother, (c) Providing a method for the electionof where he is placing on sale his recect to the acts of county commissioners. Palm, Beach and are the i
F. A. Lesley, on Hopkins street, from trustees.d work, "Life and Adventures in South well as we remembe, Jno. M. Caldwellhas were present at
time of her death.
hemorrhage of the longs Funeral services ( ) providing for the eligibility of trustees Florida." This book abounds in interesting promised to frame such a law for introduction i

will be held this Friday morningAt of the university, making ineligible: descriptions and incidents up to the in the next legislature. 'The I Mr. W. C. Rawlinson, of Ankona has
the home of Mr. F. A. Losley at 930. for trusteeship the executive officer of the jreeent. For tale in Titusville at Red Journal thinks that a record of the ayes I been in town this week on some legalbusiness

university. Cross Pharmacy, price 35 cents. and nays of each commissioner on every and la also looking over this
The government is making: preparations (e) Providing manner of amending the subject should be kept and published.The I possibly with the view of section -
for filling a long felt want by supplyingonseent : charter of the university in the future Among the guests at the River View name of each commissioner who i. farm. He has starting
in book form for the season are Miss Hester Harris, of makes motion should be up a peach inspected some !
postage stamps a placed on rec.ord
And the 'information in regard to this Detroit, :Mich., who arrived Saturday, and published also. of the lands about town and thinks we
matter has been received: by the local Auto Racing at Ormond-Daytona and Mr. Sidney Hall,a prominent carriage have the soil hat is adapted to the growth Yr
will With manufacturer of Huntington, Indiana. of the early peach in Florida for market.
authorities. the beach in
postal system go splendid condition
Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrivals We he will conclude locate
to with
This is Miss Harris' third with hope
into eflect on March 1, only one size being and the weather slightly cool, the real season
Mrs Krulder and daughters while Mr. John Jerrard Miami W us. \\ e see no reason why peach growing
issued. racing of the fifth annual international i ; Mrs R Pitt,
auto races began Tuesday with four i Hall baa been A regular winter guest fora Baltimore; L H Brace, Chicago;J J Gonzalez should not be a profitable crop here,
Rev. J. W. McNary filled his appoint events. number of years. Georgia; Eugene Ender, Macon, a? it has.already been demonstrated to be .

ment in the Presbyterian church Sunday The five mile standing start, open to The Alpine diningroom was tranferredto Ga; J P Conrad, Miami; C A Ten Winkel, such just north and west of us.
evening and preached to a large congregation all weights and Blakely Pittsburgh Pa; H W Sargent, Jacksonville -
power was won by the Loeley brick building Tuesday anda
this being two the first service when held Mr. with a seventy borrower gasoline great transformation has taken place ; C E Saunders, Indiana;C C Curt is?, Oyster Supper Tuesday Night
-ince Hall officiated. Mr.years McJtery ago was accompanied machine, in 4:20. There was no previous in the interior of this building A stairway Jacksonville; E E Smith, Dora M Smith, The oyster supper, given in the Alpine
Mr. A. R. record for the event. leads from the front of the dining- WabafSO; John Whiting, Fred Ratter, diningroom Tuesday night netted the
by of Merritt.More. prominent The five-mile flying start, open to all room to the second: floor, on which there Miami; G C Smith and wife, Evansville; sum of $21.00 after paying: all expenses.
Presbyterian weights and powers, \\&won by Marriot, are ten rooms nicely furnished. We understand Major Geo P Fowler, Hastings; Fla;John The proceeds go to the Methodist church. It
The Miami Metropolis of Tuesday with a thirty horse power steamcar, in that the Alpine will still retain Henry, City; W C Rawlinson, Ankona; Owing to the non,arrival of the oysters
states' ; Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bulge, returned 3:44 45. This one minute below the rooms on the second floor of the Mr and Mrs M E Card, Fort Pierce; Miss ordered the ladies in charge were somewhat .
home Sunday from Titusville another < the record. Bauknight cottage as an annex, the Reed, Mrs Harry Fisher, Baltimore, Md; handicapped, but by using canned
points on the Indian river, where The mile event for touring cars wa uronnd floor of same to be occupied by Judge M S Jones, City; Mr and Mrs M F oysters and with. plenty of cake and ice
they went about Christmas time to visit: won by Durbin-with a steam tar in 58 2 5. Dr. Spell. Kins, Chicago; Bert Fish, DeLand, P II cream, etc., the affair turned out quite a a
relatives and friends. They made the I Odom. Jacksonville; E Bly, DeLand; R success.

trip each way in their cruising. yacht Notice FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES T McFadden, Daytona; Martin K Berger, 4
Dorothy, and had an excellent time. Jacksonville Mason, Ala; G H (;au. :Peanut Party
All concerned take notice that I will VALENTINES all VALENTINES trell, St Louis; C F Smith, Memphis?,
The government light house tender, introduce a bill in the next legislature to prices THIII; 0 B Floyd, Carol Floyd Orlando; Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins entertained a
I Water Lily, stopped at this place last Friday amend chapter 4562 of the laws of Florida one cent to one dollar F S Irby, Atlanta; C D Clark. Tallahassee; number of her friends bv a peanut party
returning from a. tnp down the so as to exclude all that part of Mosquito F W Leonhardt, City; W T Moore, Jacksonville Tuesday night at her elegant home. In
coast delivering: supplies to the keepers at lagoon Ijing in Brevard county from Chas. A. Gardner, 'Phone 31. ; W Anderson, Bartow; A il the hunt for pt'anuIit>e Fannie Badge
the several light houses. On hoard was the operation of said hapter.: Titusvilie: Florida. Wing, Bavard, Fla; Visa A M Bronson, won the pnze for the highest number, 86
Admiral Wrighter, chairman of the lighthouse WADE H. Jo>rs, Mania; D Edeletem: New York;W B Her- The next contest was for rapidity in passing -
board, who was on a tone of inepection. -. Representative. Notice iot, Charleston, S C; W M King! Atlanta, the peanuts-the guests being divided
The Water Lily was in command January 23rd, 1907. Ga; Tice Ayres, Philadelphia, Chas H into two contesting. parties, one side in
All concerned take notice that I will
of Capt. Helander. Black, Baltimore, Md; R L blokes, A charge of Mrs. T B. Walker, theother in '
introduce in the next bill
legislature a to
Mr. Chas. Cone, of White Springs, arrived For Rent For the Season abolish the county court of Brevard county Hnl er, Monltrie, Ga; L P Cox, Jacksonville charge of Mr. Boud, resulting in Mr.
in Titusville the latter: part of last Florida. WIDE II. JONES ; Cha! A Vnille, Rockiedge; Thos Allen Iknid's corps-winning. In the five-min-
week for a few days' visit with his cousin, The handsome cottage adjoining St. Va; Mr and Mrs A S Wadsworth, ute content for writing words from the

Mrs. A. A. Monroe, of South Titusville, Marks church Cocoa. Has 3 bedrooms, January 23rd 1907. Representative. Boston; S H Friend, Macon Ga; Jos letters contained in the word peanut,
leaving on the early train Wt'dnetdaymominIC livingroom, diningroom, kitchen and Fleishman! New York; J 0 McKelvey, I Master Ryals Wager won the prize for

for home, stopping off at Day. bathroom with all modern convenience, Henry C Irons, Plainfield, N J; J I) men, and Mrs. Wager, the prize for
tons to take in the auto races. A dance furnished throughout., Fur further particulars Card of Thanks Stokes, Tifton, Ga; J R Churchill Chi- I ladies. Delicious refreshments were then

was given at the opera house Monday apply to A. O L\IM\M, The Ladies'id and Home Mission cawJ C Wheefer, Atlanta; J T Reynolds served in the spacious dimngroom and

night in honor of Mr. Cone's visit to this Peoples Grocery, Cocoa, Fla. societies of Titusville' tend-r sincere W T Moore, Jacksonville; T F i library, after which music served to pass .

place.Judge. thanks to the people generally for their Williams Daytona; Edmund Shaw and i the. time all too quickly away. There r
SPECIAL PRICESIn generous patronage at the ojstersuppe wife, Altoona, Pa; L V Cash, Binning were present Mrs. Breedlove. of Valdosta .
Jones Holding Court in Tampa I held in the new Alpine dining hall Tuesday ham, Ala; W I) Parr, wife and son' M ; Miss Mal-el l Verge, )Ir. E. Berge, '
Kline' Gents' Furnishing and evening last, for the benefit of tin : Louis; J R KeI'Vr, Pens-acola, Fla; II F of Adelphia, N. J.; Mrs. T. B. Walker of

Hon. Minor S. Jones, judge of this cir Clothing DepartmentsGent's Methodist church. They tender thank. Aldrich and wife, Pa; J M Keelv, A L ; Jacksonville; Miss CevileRyals,of McRae,

' cuit, is now at Tampa, holding court for especially to the following Ilt'r n@Ir.' I Riddle, R 0 Riddle, Miami. j i Ga.; Miss Helen Whatley, of Savannah
Judge Wall in several sensational murder clothing* at !less than llIanuract.nrer's F. A. Louley and Mrs. Kate Myers for the !Ga.; Mr. Chas. Cone, of White Springs, ;
cases that are td! be tried. These cases cosl. use of the hall, Mr. F. A. Morgan for theo Tents For Sale Mr. Bout, of Adelphia N. J.; Mrs A. A.

generally require considerable time in We can suit and fit v ou. use (one of his up-to-date graphophonea Fifty McFarland tents, second hand, I Monroe, Mrs. Jas. Pntchard, )Ir. and
court, consequently it cannot be stated Ki Ki pants, we have a few pair of which furnished excellent music for the in fair order, very cheap. Apply to THE | Mrs D. B Pritchard, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
just when Judge Jones will return home. them left at $1.49 per pair. (occasion, and to the Misses Henderson, SUit office. J i 1Vager. Miss Fannie Budge and Masters
In the trial of the above, Judge Wall be- Hanan shoes in all the latest style, Miss Daisy Brady, Miss Cora Boyd and f Rv ah Wager and Richard Robbins.
ing quite sick, Governor Broward appointed gun metal and vici kid. in high or low others wbo rendered valuable service. THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
our honorable judge of this circuit shoe, you may have any of them a' I Draying
to attend to the same $5.00 per pair. FOR SALE CHEAP FOB CASH. Provides hot and cold baths! and inside'
m Jtuca KUNE, toilets on two floors, airy bed rooms overlooking -i{ Draying: or hauling of all kinds prompt
Titnsville, Florida. About 88 acres of good high land on the river, sample rooms, cozy ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
I i For Sale and Rent Phone No. 8. the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat consultation rooms, large cool dining i, Hood for sale at all times.

i For sale: One canopy top surrey, one the Narrows described as follows: Lot rooms free library with the leading daily H. E. HOLTOX,
; three acre young orange grove, part bearing Dress Making :Parlors No. S, section 35. alao'lot No. 3, section and weekly papers on file free telephonefor Titusville, Fla.
I fruit, river front. Will rent or sell 36, in township 31 south, range 39 east. guests, free use of typewriting mach-
Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened. dressmaking This land is unimproved but finely lo Electric
I two five-room cottages partly furnished ine. lights throughout the entire t Dental Notice
, parlors in THK STAR building, cated. Fot further particulars address
inside and
for light housekeeping. Write or call on building out. Open day
E. B. ABKOLD, Malabar, Fla.' ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty. E. M. Lew, and night attentive porters attend all I. J. W Newman, D. D. S., of the firm
Brockton. Mass.! trains, only five minutes walk from the of Macy & Newman, of West Palm
and For Sale OVNBXTAUK BHOrSend station. Good fishing from hotel dock. I Beach, will be ij Titusville for a few
Piano Organ
your guns for repairs to Henry NURSERY STOCK FOR 8ALK. I I days fully prepared to attend to any den
Second band upright piano and'one organ Benecke. AU work thoroughly done Citrus stock grown on nigh pine land. For Sale tal work. He has bit office in the brick

almost new an B* had at a bargain. Guns loose in the breech tightened equal Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. Connecticut built catboat. two suits of I building opposite the court house, wherehe
Inquire at Indian River Music House, to new, also guns stocked and shotguns Send for catalogue, Toledo and West sails, anchor and ten ballast bags. A will pleased to see all who want
Titusville, Fla. rebored, etc H. Benecke, Tltl18ville/T1a..o. Palm Beach Fla. bargain. Apply at THE STAR office. 4. first clash work done.




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ylvania railroad near Atlantic I City *'* sores. Corns, Bunion,
of the but with the
same size supplied
Stiff Joints
I made a presentment exonerating the calls Bruises Contracted Muscles Lame Back
I LEGAL-CRIMINAL helion filament. A slight flow of electricity -
aged bridge tender. Daniel Stuart who Frosted Feet Bum Scalds ,tee
ti yyk that made the carbon lamp appear AN ANTISEPTIC that stops, Irritation subdues Inflaffl-
was held by the coroner's Jury and
as a dull red wire produced In
and drinJ out Pain.
939 Oil Trust Indictments.
censuring the railroad company for the new bulb a white light that you the Fibrous 11ssullt
The grand jury of Hancock county VfcWAcSSkETtta MUSI l..
faulty construction of the bridge. read by. As the current was increasedthe promotes Blood. giving the

; 0.. reopened fire on the Standard Oil They say that there were no mechanical < old light changed from red to yellow natural

Company' of New Jersey, Its constItu- signals at either end of the bridge'| and Increased In brilliance until It elasticity.BEST LINIMENT: ON EARTH

ents and officers, with a Catling gun to show that the rails were connected. i iI; reached sixteen candlepower, while ONCE: TRIED ALWAYS USED

delivery of 939 separate Indictments I the helion light went to forty candle-

f_ charging the illegal price combinations of oil and to prevent to manipulate I r INDUSTRIAL I power. The latter would stand much CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISMMrs.

more overloading than the former and
In Its
competition Is expected to last twice as long, be- E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St.,Knoxrffle,
manufactnrettans- Hearing House For Cart. sides operating with much less.current. Tenn., writes: "I have been trying the baths of

portation and sale: The American Railway association. Helion is not a metal and can be manufactured Hot Springs Ark., for sciatie rheumatism but I

i The cases cover an which includes nerrly all the steam In unlimited quantities but get more relief from Ballard't Snow Linimentthan

zti offense for each railroads In the country, has decided Is more expensive to make than carbon any medicine or anything I hare ever tried.

[day for three years to establish at Chicago a sort of clearj) j filament at present.Consumption Inclosed find postoffice order for $1.00." Send me

j I and Involve fines lag house for freight cars. It will be large bottle by Southern $zpress.
'' and costs anywhere by Infection. SIZES 25c 50c AND $1.00BE
under the direction of the committeeon THREE :
Dr. E. C. Schroeder and W B. Cot
.i from $40,000,000 to GET GENUINE/'
car efficiency of which Arthur Hale SURE YOU THE
: 00000.000 If convictions ot the B. and O. transportation!' department I(1 I ton of the bureau of animal industry Co.ST.
have reported on their extensive ex- Ballard Snow Liniment
;. t- follow. Is chairman. If the plan goes .

>. .,Y, .. I John D. Rockefeller Into general operation, )lr. Hale will i ihave j,i periments. which tend to show that LOUIS U. S. A.
i and all of blsi' I tuberculosis may develop In the lungs
1 to look after 2000.000 cars belonging I I
1 associates I no matter through what channels the
principal '
to 500 owners. The clearinghouse ,
I bacilli gain entrance to the body and
i d' ; except Henry M. Is to be experimental for awhile,
\ that the locution of lesions in the
y Flagler were but it Is hoped will become permanent.
dicted. The mail- lungs can no longer be considered as SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

t' ;i:. } Prosecutor David mum fine is $;.(X)) Halifax-London Fast Line. evidence that infection entered by RED CROSS PHARMACY, TITOSVILLE, and BAD GALLIE PHAEMACT. EAU GALLIE
.; I A project for Canadian steamer sere mean of respiration.; Cattle and boss
and the : penalty one yeuIn --
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: ... I ce from Halifax to Black Sod. Ireland were inoculated with tubercle bacilli
: the workhorse for eacb offense. Pros :
-' Is announced at MontreaL The near the end of the tail and died from
; r.. ecutor,David says he Is going to keep MarineEngines
land Is to be three
time from land to lung tuberculosis i in twenty-three days.
he is in office.
up the fight as long as
<,. s."I and one-half days. It will depend Theexperts believe that Ingestion is

e-" i State Sues Illinois Central. however on the sanction and subsidyof a greater danger than respiration.

r f Attorney General Stead of Illinois the Dominion parliament. It is Electricity to Prevent Age.

1 ;' I has begun action In the supreme court claimed that with: railway connections
Professor d'Arsouval eminent
at Springfield against the Illinois Ceni" the journey could be made as quickly an

f f tral railroad to recover back taxes from London to Chicago as It is now member of the French Academy of & *f&

I amounting to $5,000,000 or more. The made from London to New York. Lord Sciences has made public his discovery ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT
F of a high frequency current electric N
suit is virtually a demand for an accounting Strathcona In interested In this project ED FOR SATISFACTORY {
treatment or bath which he believes
j between the railroad and the
will Indefinitely defer, if not USE IN FLORIDA WATERS '
> state.Investination.
). actually prevent old age and death.
; For Hill. I SOCIOLOGICALCivic I He says that the majority of people i
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x t. Unanimously the Minnesota house of I I die of arteriosclerosis.! He uses a Regal Marine Engines

r s representatives ordered an Investigation spbygomometer to measure the tensionof
Federation Entertained.The Stand for the highest of'" ,
of the transaction by which Presi the blood in the arteries. If the type
mechanical / Y
meeting of the National Civic skill) and reliability 1 3p ,
t't.;: dent Hill of the Great Northern sold mercury of the instrument marks fifteen They are f ar cycle, jump ,
federation at the home of Mrs. Potter ,
?,! ore lands to the steel trust. The Inquiry or sixteen centimeters It showsa spark ignition,automobile type cr'r
Calmer in Chicago gave the representatives mechanical feed '
valves float
r will be widened to Include other normal tension.: If the tension Is i
of labor and capital au un- carburetor, enclosed crank case,
chirges. usual opportunity for intimate Inter.course. higher or lower. I'rofessorrson"al steam forged crank shaft, and r rv
Corrupt Alderman Caught.William Manyof states that six baths of high frequency bronzed bearings. Have the r \ h#
current will bring it to the normal fewest nnmber working parts
S. Clifford a member of the the humblest consistent wIth a perfect operating
where It will remain all danger of
New York city board of aldermen, was and poorest motor and many other
: arteriosclerosis! being removed. These exclusive: features found
artisans only in the Regal
arrested when G.OOO in marked.moneywas wage i
baths of five to ten minutes each may
found on hrs person this having thus shared in be taken three tlme3 a week. They THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
been given to him for delivering the the elaborateentertainment
give the patient absolutely no sensa Made in three types, I}. 3 and :; n, P. single cylinder; to 15 U.
votes of eleven Municipal Ownership tion. It only remains to find a metlaxl P. double cylinder;30 H. r. four cylinder
aldermen for Cowing for y and shook
ex-Judge re-
hands withmultimillion of checkmating microbes from without We also; manufacture a line of heavy, slow peed, working engines
: corder. and the Matin believes we will fn m 6 U. I). hinge) cylinder to 45 U. P. four cylinder.The .

{ Vote to Gag the Press. aires or gos- possess the means of perpetual health. many hundnds of Rtgal engines now in operation through
of 13 the New York out the w.nntiy are a guarantee of the satisfaction
By a vote 32 to C/3i'S sil)f
state senate adopted a rile giving WS &!?$ the tae of the Berlin
< across von Lecoq Ethnological Get a Regal in lie Beginning Don't
Clerk Gleason the right to exclude any J ble. Of the 550 l museum, who has been conducting Experiment

newspaper correspondent from the sessions persons who ac extensive= researches in northeastern Handsome explanatory catalogue mailed free on request
of the senate if he should write
cepted I rs.Palwer's Tuikcatau, has now returned
Regal Gasoline
matters displeasing to any senator. inyl- with a large quantity of manuscripts' Engine Co.

Emma Goldman Discharged.The Mrs. Potter Palmer. tation oo were and articles testifying to the existenceof Cold Water, Michigan

queen American anarchists labor union officials and the rest were a highly cultured and artistic people

Miss Emma Goldman, who was arrested prominent manufacturers; or financiers. that once inhahitated those region!

while addressing her followers at! The main object of the gathering was It appears to have been a nation com : "- .

New York recently, was dismissed. : to explain and alter the purpose of the IJOiof Tartars. Christians from -

from custody by the magistrate on the National Civic federation! with a viewto Syria. Manlchaeans from Persia and

ground that it would be unreasonable establishing a branch In Chicago. Buddhists from India and China. The

to hold her for criminal anarchy on The leaders of the Federation tried to discovery!' of Maaich.teuu writings will THE SOHMER-CECILIAN PIANO

,t the strength of isolated sentences make it clear that Its purpose was not throw much light;: upon the early

i quoted from her speech, to net as an arbitration board to settle speech of the Persians. Most of the THE FARRAND-CEOILIAN PIANO

i labor disputes, but that it was desi.OT-; writings;: are on pail r. bnt some are
(t; ed to give representative men on both ou white soft leather. :Most or the pictures ; -
The federal at
grand Jury Chicago
; sides an opportunity to get personally' represent Buddhist art and may

: indicted John It. Walsh, former presi- acquainted so that with a better undemanding furnish pn:...f of liv Indian art ad-

dent of the Chicago National bank on of each other's interests vaawl 1 I.'rll-f Asia to Japan. For this

150 counts, accusing him of misappropriating disputes could be I ., .
settled without re- expediti be government appropriated "t1' .J'r
funds to the of ..
amount $3.000.
: sortins. to either arbitration or strike. $Ti).UUa : .
000. Walsh still insists that be is onlytechnlC'ally I G .
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difficulty frequently la i foundto
I 1 lie Joy .Kt' t lot, ?
guilty of doing what other "
IH that of bringing .
; contending: persons .
bankers have long been accustomed to of \living: is to have con.l health.! r'elI..rhillt' ,
together; in friendly conference. J1
do-namely, tending more than 10 percent and rain will have bushels of
1t Unescortd Women at Hotels. joy. Y HI ntv,l not be blue, fretful and .
of their capital to one person.
i The changing attitude of the puhll/. I I have that bad taste in your month. Try 51

Vice President's Son Indicted. toward women of independent 11Il':1n ;i b"Ul!.. of Herbine, a positive cure for

1 ; Frederick C. Fairbanks son of the and station Is shown by the! aetlnu of j all liver complaint?. E. larreil, Austin,
i, Texas, writes. ''I have used Herbine for
vice president of the United States the nianncement of the WaMorfAstoria
I has been indicted at Steubenvilie O_ I lover a year, and find it a fine regulator.
j lioteL New York. in piling; the |1 1 elahly: recommend it 81 a tine medicine ,
on the charge of perjury in connection following! not!('{>. "nixes: without I v
; : eswrts for ti-pep-it' ..II, by Red ('ro. s Pharmary. -
with his securing a license there for I'
will IK s.'rved in the restaurant .
his runaway marriage with Ilele hereafter at Jny liour." Heretofore It ;

Scott daughter of a wealthy Pintsbur has been the unwritten liw of the best i iclu t' **j $y T 7
Ironmaster. Fairbanks and his AN OLD ADAGE
and lestaurauts not to serve a
bride have been living at Springfield,: 'I '
I 4'1
woman without a*! escort at night.SCIENTIFIC. 4
0. where he is employed la one of the SAYS.

factories owned his father. I 1 I
by '1
I "A light purse is a heavy curse"Sickness

Jap's School Case Begins. I !I I makes a light purse.

The test ease arranged by the federal I I !
The LIVER is the seat of nine
authorities at San Francisco in connection The Helion Filament Lamp.
tenths of all disease.
with the Japanese school exclusion Professor II. C. Parker of the physics j

act was begun Jan 17. whena department of Columbia and Walter G.

ten-year-old Japanese ooy named Clark. an electrical engineer, have an : '

Keikichi Aokl was accompanied to a nounced the success of their experiments i ii'SPiUsI

primary school to apply for admissionin to fiud a better medium than
the of
presence government officials. carbon for electrical lamps. They say

;" As expected: the application was denied they have a substance which they A line that meets all demands
to the root of the whole mat
forming the ground for the 'I
have named helion. composed largely
action in the supreme court of California of silicon but containing some other ter, thoroughly, quickly safely both as to quality and price

I for an Injunction to restrain! the and restore the action of the
ingredients not mentioned. The mix
\ board of education from carrying out ture U deposited from gas on a thread LIVER to normal condition. Selling Price from $450 to $850Full

its segregation order in view of
Japanese -
of carbon. To prove Its superiority Give tone to the system and
treaty rights. particulars sent
they turned an electric current Into application
.Railroad. Was to Blame two bulbs attached to the same wire. solid flesh to the body.

The grand jury which has been investigating One was the ordinary sixteen candlepower -
the accident on_ the Penn- carbon filament and the other TITUSYILLE

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TflDkFLORIDA; STABportoffieatTttuivnie HINTS TJE1B1TEFLTt&V
f. ABOUT :
following from the :New York Sun (Pensacola Journal.) I Z'v
i- of date will doubtless be of interestto
: recent
.Zatsmd a&tke MKOls Dr. LrBe#er at the florida "I have advised the nary department
: U RUee-, receivers and handlers of Florida and
.: e =- eooad-c1..b$ that Pensacola Is the best situated I

I' Experimental Station, Cuba pines: city in the United States for I
: -, ...Wager.. ,, Kdltor..d P MUh.. "Well," said the proprietor of a fine I
at Com-
The exceptionally low temperature wireless communication, said
fruit store, Tve been in this business for
ETEBY'.FBIDAT MOSKINOThiT Christmas time of 1906 has resulted in a mander W. S. Hogg. U. S. N. to a I
PUBLISHED over ten years, and I've never beard of
partial complete defoliation of cit- that before..'' Journal representative speaking of the II
of FtoridacaDDOi' rut trees in some northern sections of the of I \;
-L fact that' the governor 'What did he want anyway?" asked wireless station at navy yard II
hold succeeding, term and that Florida, and this fact again brings up the head clerk. which he is in charge, "and have

our present incumbent,has bat one'more questions of whitefly' control under such "Why," answered the proprietor, bis asked that a 50 kilowatt sending set I

whack at the legislator, it ifl predicted circumstances.: eyes still fastened:! on the retreating figureof be Installed here In order that we

t =. that the forthcoming message will be a I Till: FmiGIIn his customer, "he wanted to hire a few may communicate with all stations in I

x: '"warm member." trees and groves where the friendly of my finest pineapples for tomorrow the United States. I I

Democrat that there fungi (the red, yellow and brown) parasitic night. He's an Englishman, and he says "This station," continued the com- i
The Live Oak says upon the whitefly are found in London dealers make more by hiring out mander, ""now hears Denver, Cola., I
E .': is no pressing need for a ,constitutional, abundance, it is advised to collect large their choice fruits for banquets than they nine hundred miles distant, Kansas
Jn Florida. And we think
t r quantities of the dead leaves still clinging do by eales. He, himself, always used to City Austin and many other stationsIn
1 the Democrat knows what it is talking
to the trees, or fallen leaves with plenty rent a handsome pine whenever be gave Texas, and the power used is only
too. Did not the people of Florida'Ole
about of fungus upon them. These' should be a dinner. He's only been here a few six kilowatts, while the larger stations
'> '' the\ last genera every] election amendment? at dried and stored, since the fungus may be weeks and he supposed we did the same use 30 kilowatts. ':

.- ..--- useful for again starting it in the trees and thing. When he learned he could buy The efficiency Is, I think due to a
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a !' The Pensacola i----- Journal is of the opin groves next spring. Methods for introducing one here for the prioe he would hire it new spark gap devised by myself,

,, kf ion that the coming session of the state the fungi spraying the' spores at in London, he was delighted and or- which seems to send out a compara-

> legislature should take some! action looking suspended in water on the leaves of trees: dered three. tively uninterrupted train of waves.

to the abolition of the whole fee system infested with whitefly, or by pinning on "He told me bow once in a Regent The system of the antennae or aria

'y: +' so fir as it is used for the com pens* leaves, have been developed (see bulletin street shop they showed him an enormous are also mine, and I hope when Washington ,
88 now in ) The fungi when dried pineapple that bad been hired out nine
tion of county officials, and an adequate press. has her wireless set Installed
have been found to retain their nights successively! and was good for two
salary system should be substituted there that the stations may be in daily com-
two months, and further observations more weeks of active service. The ordi
: for. munication.The; .
may extend this time. Should the leaves nary selling price is seven or eigbt shillings station at the navy yard is _
c The St. Augustine Record is now employing with fungus collected prove useless by the but this one was worth pound. has
working most satisfactorily, and
$ the largest force within the history time that they are required, little labor Rented out for, say, twenty nights: at
received and sent messages to cities
of that institution, the pay roll now will have been lost. Specimens sent to three shillings.a night it brought .t3,
and ports far from Pensacola. In fact
i numbers one hundred emploY and the the station at the proper time will be then when it had passed its prime
s operators at some points state that
ti aggregate( weekly wages amounts to over gladly tested for their vitality. they could still !sell it. Doesn't that beat
i $1,000. The Record has rjevn a very any Yankee trick you ever heard of?" Pensacola can be heard much better

potent factor in pushing forward the interests LIFE HISTOBY FACTS than some of the other stations which

of and inducing investments in During December, January and February Notice are nearer. The operator in chargeof ; Ifi

the Ancient City as well as developing there are probably but few, if any, Titusville, Fla., Jan. 16th, 1907I the experiment station at Washington ) **

the county of SL Johns and it maybe unhatched eggs or adults of the whitefly; I will be at the following places: for the has stated that he can hear Pen-

taken that the prosperity of the Record all are in the young scale-like stages and purpose of asee&ring the taxes for 1907. sacola each night much clearer than for

1 company is partly owing to the appreciation live attached to the under surface of the I would take it as a great favor if all would any other station with the exceptionof as I
of the people on their part for the leaves. They are easily killed by spraying West me at the designated places at the those near to him, whlie the operator
; time named it will enabe! !
promptly, as
good work done by the newspaper.t while in these stages!, provided, of me to complete my work earlier and more I on the battleship Maine has stated
<- course, that the spray comes in contact correctly.: he has copied messages from Pen "/

t Sparkman's Propcsed BillFederal with them. Drying the leaves will kill W. H. HALL, Tax Assessor. sacola while the vessel was at Hampton ago "

legislation to more certainly de- them, hence all the young insects upon Micro, Monday, Feb. 4th, at P. Bertie-! Roads, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, .

e fine the status of employer and employee, leaves' dropped by freezing will die, with Sena.Grant and the New 'York Navy Yard.A beg
Tuesday, Feb. 5th, at L. Jor- .
particularly with reference to the alleged the possible exception of those nearly ma genseu's.

practice of peonage in the south .s being tured. For the latter reason all dead and :Malabar! Thursday, Feb. 7th, at E. B. Handsome Present.

formulated by Representative Sparkman, dropped leaves should be destroyed, plow! Arnold's.Melbourne! .
of Florida. ed under or burned, excepting those hotel.Melbourne, Saturday, Feb. 9th, sBrown's t (Tallahassee True Democrat.) been

wanted for the fungi on'them.COMPLETIXO His honor, the mayor has receivedfrom .
Much interest is attached to the proposed Beach, Monday, Feb. 11th,
'J-- measure, and no better man could TUB: WORK at Myrtle cottage.Ban : Japan a handsome oil painting of SUPPLIES'I.
t be found than Gallic, Tuesday, Feb. 12th, at Mc done on Japanese silk. All student 0"
Congressman Sparkman
cow, in view of the fact that freezinghas Millan's hotel
-t 4) for the formation of such a bill. lIe has begun the work of defoliating, it ap- Tropic. Thursday morning, Feb. 14th, of the art will know that It is a beautiful -.-
work of art when it is thatit
r made a stulvof the conditions and his stated
pears desirable to complete it, or take advantage at postoffice.
bill will give proper protection to the employer of the reduced number of leaves Banyan, Thursday afternoon, Feb. was painted by the celebrated Jap--

besides requiring the workinjjnien and spray with the determination to kill 14th, at postolfice. anese artist, Professor Kyotika Kobayashi -
Brantley, Friday morning 15th,
to carry out their part of all contracts every remaining whitefly larva upon the at postom'ce. of Toklo, Japan.

made. tree, even going to the extent of using a Lotus, Friday afternoon, Feb. 15tb, atpostoffice. Tm in the Garden" is the subject,

Congressman Sparkman's proposed bill spray sufficiently strong to complete the and the painting represents a handsome from

will map out clearly the duty of those defoliation. One drastically thorough C.Georgiana D. Provost's, Saturday store.Merrills Feb. 16th, at Japenese lady in a beautiful uary

seeking and employing labor, and also spraying at any time is better than several Tuesday morning, Feb. 19th, landscape of Japenese flowers. of

the duty of those accepting employment. less thorough ones. Spraying, furthermore at postofI l'e.Indianola. This elegant painting was presentedto 000.

cannot be made effective unless allcooperate' Tuesday afternoon, Feb Mayor Gilmore by Issa Tanimura, .

High Food Prices to be InvestigatedIt If but few green leaves remain 19th Courtenay, at poetoffice., Wednesday, Feb. 20th, at D. C. L., editor and proprietor of the

earned that the prices of food products upon a tree it is advised to complete postoffice. International Review, a monthly pub- last

had about leached the limit of the defoliation by trimming. If to complete Rockledge, Thursday morning, Feb. lication devoted to general information

i purses of consumers at the time that the defoliation, spraying is adopted, this 21st, at Lockhart's store. printed in both Japanese and fear
r Cocoa, Friday, Feb. 22nd, at town han -
new pore food law went into effect, which should be done at once before the newbuds City Point, Saturday, Feb. 23rd, at English, and reflects great credit upon

t was the 'first day of the new year. But start. p" to ffice. this enterprising and accomplishededitor.

the people have been put virtually upon While in the above the writer has em Artesia, Tuesday, Mach 5th, at post .

notice that they must dig even a little.deeper phaMzt-d spraying, yet he does not for a office.Canaveral I
Wednesday March 6th
into their pockets. The secretary moment desire to leave the impressionthat poptolfice.Nathan. Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly or Chase

\ of agriculture has served warning,! upon he is an unqualified supporter of ,Thursday morning, March 7th, berlain's Cough Remedy

the manufacturers that the law is going to spraying for the whitefly. On the contrary at |Mjstoffice.HauUner.. Mrs Michael Hart, wife of the su;>erin- ...

be stringently enforced and that even he considers:: spraying only in the Friday morning, March 8th, tendentoCart Service at Kingston,Jamaica
at T. Crook's.Minis We't Indies Islands, fays that she
food product put on the market by them light of an expedient, a makeshift, and Monday morning, March llth, has for some years used Chamberlain'sGnujih
must be )labeled for precisely w hat it in. firoily believes that the solution of the at i ostoffioe. Remedy for coughs, croup and

This, the manufacturers say, will entail \\-hitfy) problem i is closely bound np witl LaGrange, Tuesday, March 12th, Cooper whooping cough and has found it very

f additional expense upon them, wherefore whatever success we can achieve in devising shop. beneficial. She: has implicit confiden Aj.:(>
Titusville, Wednesday, March 14th. in it and would not be without a bottleof
they must advance pri't's,and whenever sure and ready methods for introducing it in her home. Sold by all druggists)

the manufacturer tacks on a few the fungi and other parasites. In Weekly Weather and medicine dealers.

cents it may be regarded as a foregone other word! the solution of the fungus -- -

conclusion that the distributor will add n problem will he the solution of the white- KE BCRKAC.JfFiTEE Q1Ll9TORLd.

4 t little something besides. fly problem, and it i is believed that the FLA., Jan. 23. 1907. g am,,the iti Kind You Have toys Bought

Are the fancy prices of the present,ai.u solution! of each is at hand. The reader and Comparative rainfall for statement the week, of ending temperatures Tuesda y Signature

f the still more fancy prices that are yoingto i i- al:aui referred to bulletin SS, w hich will 1907 1906 I cif d ClkI/l/

: be charged shortly, based mon ti e be rt,a/ly for distribution: in a few days. DATE MAt MIX.: '''X. 'I IN.

t actual cost of production and difrtril'Utu n For more complete >praj Jirections Jan... 16. 78 67 76 58
17. 7S 63 76
with a reasonable! profit added? Alto the -**' !h iee; tn. 7i> of this station. .. IS. 7S ti3 -.0 70 pffg

prices arhitranly raised 1 by trusts and tl \' .". 19. 77 tft 80! 64 ri
"Jl"O OfnXDKMX 20. 79 60 79 72
charges of transportation companies? ..
21. 6* 64 7'i 70
It i i-j alai pertinent to the in ..
These suhj.-ct
r are questions that aploe31 diirrttyto 22. 73 60 79 75
every housewife in the country. Eve hand to t"hp""M7. the necwity for destroying Total rainfall for the week. .0 inches.
I Departure rainfall
ail : minus .H3
ry housewife knows from experience tl..tthe iinrtecefrsary breeding places inches. Engraved

cost of living has been pushed tip of U.e w hit fly. I'nc'er! this head belong Departure rainfall since Jan. tat, minus

eteadily until it is with extremedithVuIt the fl.llvins:trees: l'apejeesamine, 2.71 inches. H. P. HABDI.X.

that slender incomes can lye made to pry privet -dw: all 1 uot't'! and ahandomd Official in Charge.: 1

the cost of food and rent, and every h<'U-e> citru chinalierrr and umbrella! tree., viburnum

wife would like to know the reason for it iimtoni, and the mock orange; The Grip

The Pennsylvania legislature is going: t o (cherry laurel) wlvii iufr le' 1. Of there we svnipathi/.e,' with other, !.E
t the cantjifamme be we must have buffered ourreives." No
try to find answers to tie qiuetioi.s. A may defoliated!, hut
one can realize the buffering attendantU 1
number of the the work inu-t br complete. All tht nth
leading members of th
e {>on an attack of the grip, niik-ss!! he has ; VISITING
house, including Speaker Mcdain, hay e t-hnl1l.J l"'l11t.!own and Inirntd I hiring hail l the actual exj>erience. There ia prr

determined that at the next session a ;; the summer these trees &rt"JldJ prolific "ahly no dia=e that cauie, s*> much tI and all

committee investigation dial. toe l.rt-I hm-dinx: platys for the whitefly that physical and mental agony, or w inch H)
wicceft-fiilly! defied medical nil All '!angerfr
ated, with tower to go to the liottoni! o f the latter ''t't''OI1It'"aU led far and wide .m the rip. however, may l>e :i\i,,;Iii!.-d} ::1 FASHIONABLE

the case, in so far as the state of I'enn.yl. by the prompt uw: of Cnamberlain'n
vania is concerned.It WHY CVnijih; Remedy. Anion:! the tens of Address
thousands who have used this remedy,
is proposed to have the comniitte should baby goffer? When
your he
i fs
ii"t' or.e CiiM: hat< ve U-eii reported that
trace the cost of production and distribution fretful him and and U-e restless old, don't thing experiment on ha resulted 1 in pneumonia or that ha 1 THE H. & W./ B.
any ) your neighbuiiwomiueiida.
from the
to the wholesaler not recovered. For !sale by all druggists;
: Buy a tattle of White's!
( and medicine dealer
to the retailer and to the consumer, 'ream Vermifnge greatest known (
-- -- --
c Should it be found that the prices an melicineandcureorallchildren'sdiseaa ,
legitimate and fair, no harm would be t*a It is mild in its action, builds up the Call at Titusville Livery. at rear ofRobbing'
makes law office, for stylish rige.
system, thin puny babies fat.
done but
suppose anything like conspire Leave! orders for both double
)Jr J. C. Smith, Tampa Fla., writes: your hauling, -
cy or extortion should be unearthed? "My baby was thin and ,ickly, could and tingle. J)1. Oshan, proprietor
Then remedies could be suggested and not retain its food and cried all night I I KODAKS AND
needed legislation enacted. The movement used one bottle, of White's Cream ti eemi. CA >'3TORIA.
will fuge and in a few days baby was laugh- Beat,the Kind Yeu Han Always Bought:
watched with
deep interestin
ing, happy and -'ell.'Sold by Red Cross SFef ;
all parts of the country. Pharmacy. t y f 7 Y J 11' ,

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