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:
March 29, 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
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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29, 1907 NO. 49iI

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: ,Pungent Holes Pertaining to Events bny earlier this year-get yonr snit Paragraphs About People that I in Every Department Something About the People of TItus-

i Transpiring About Town now and have a full season's wear. It's Travel Here and There MONDAY, APRIL I, 1907. yule as They Come and Go
j ready waiting for yon. Come into oar I There is an old saying, "goods well
i rl Go to 'Branning's for your straw store handsome and let us show yon the many haveon Easter cards and Titusville postal bought are half sold," and I tell you New Victor records for April at
Bro models
r' hat, the latest line shown in this city. : dfeplay Schlos; you will like them we we are cards at the Novelty Store.I. ,I my goods this season were certainly Indian River Music House. % .

50 cents to $3.00. sure, and they wear as well as they look. M. DODSON.J. well bought. The styles are simply You should see the beautiful line
handsome and the prices i
f' -' Dr. Thornton,who has been spend- WINSTON S. BRANDING. Howell Cummings, of Philadelphia than right. are more of summer suits, Schloss Bros. make, J

it.' ing the winter at his orange grove in has donated $5,000 to the gymnasium Figured batistes in endless varietyof now on exhibition at Branning's.Mr. t

LaGrange, returned to Camden, Circuit Court Proceedings fund of Stetson university at patterns, polka dots in any color and Mrs. W. H. McFarland '
. Ala., yesterday. DeLand and any size, and figures of all de-
Circuit court convened Tuesday af- scriptions, worth 20 cents, Monday left yesterday for Peru, Ind., where
: R' Miss: Ethel Wilson returned home ternoon, Judge Jones having been Mrs. J. H. Russell kindly favored only, 15 cents per yard they will join the Wallace & Hag-
''. Tuesday from. Palm Beach, where the Progressive Culture club with a White Persian lawn, 40 inches in genback Shows for the summer.

f. she has had charge of the newsstand detained in Miami on account of an most interesting talk on the child width, sheer and fine,worth 25 cents, Rev. J. F.
unusually heavy docket for Dade 15 O'Boyle, of Daytona,
A Monday's special cents per jard.
'in The Breakers. labor question, women's influence
county. The term was concluded Figured madras, in all the latest was in town this week for two or

j''t, Mr. A. 0. Frink, of Eau Gallie, yesterday morning just after the etc., Monday'afternoon. designs, worth 35 cents, Monday's three days, combining business with ;

:, manufacturer of naval stores, paid grand jury made their presentment.The Hon. Wade H. Jones, representative special, 25 cents per yard. pleasure and shaking hands with his

THE STAR a pleasant call yesterday be- in the legislature, left Wednesday White skirts, made of the best numerous friends. J
following cases came
up quality of mohair, handsomely tail-
-: while in town on business. fore the court: for Tallahassee, stopping off in ored, $8.00 would be a close price for Silas B. Wright, Esq., of the firm ;'

;." Commodore C. A. Welch came J. T. Johnson plead guilty to com- Jacksonville for two or three daysen this skirt, Monday only, $5.49. of Wright & Wright, attorneys-at- 4

over Wednesday from Banana river, mitting a forgery and was sentenced route to the capital city. Special prices in embroideries and law, DeLand, was in town this week ,
accompanied by Mrs. 0. A. Quarterman to 12 months in the penitentiary.The Mr. Sidney Hall, of Huntington Ladies' belts, entirely new lot and and appeared as counsel for the defendant t

of Chester Shoals who is quite I cases against D. J. Sumner, Indiana, after spending three months they are certainly beautiful, rangingin in the case against J. G. ,

Julius Sumner, Lewis H. Parker and most pleasantly in Titusville, de- prices from 39 cents to $1.25. i i

.. ill.There will be an Easter egg hunt Robert Parker were continued.The parted Saturday for his home. This Indian Head already shrunk, 44 Bast.Messrs.. Monroe and Rev. Allen, fj

at the home of Mr. E. L. Brady next case of the state of Florida vs. was his first visit to Titusville, and from inches linen wide, makes, could beautiful hardly skirts be told or with Mesdames Begg, Monroe and

Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock for J. G. Bast was called, when the state he is sure to come again. children's dresses, special 19 cents Allen, :Miss Lula Baisden and little

the children of St. Gabriels Sundays attorney made the statement to the Capt. C. P. Honeywell, keeper of per yard. Miss Vernie Monroe and AlfredBegg,

h ol, given by Miss Daisy Brady. court that there was not evidence to Canaveral light house, was a visitorin White checked nainsook, most any spent a lovely day at Klondike beach "
: convict of the offense charged and town this week size check you wish, Monday's special last
I There :will be preaching in the coming over on 16 cents per yard. Friday. _

..: Presbyterian church Sabbath, March the case was nol pr ssed. Wednesday with Mr. Prindle, who Pongee silk, 36 inches wide, worth The largest stock of shoes shownon

f' 31st., by ttte pastor, Rev. J. W. Mc- Frank Crawley plead guilty to the. had been on the Banana for a few $1.50 per yard, Monday's special 98 east coast of Florida at Branning'sfor

; 'Nary, who has recovered from his charge of grand larceny and was sentenced days' fishing. Capt. Honeywell paid cents per yard.Children's men, women and children, in the
to the penitentiary for one THE STAR office a pleasant call. embroidered hats,madeof
illness. Edwin
recent an excellent quality of embroideryand Clapp, Crossett, Queen Quality .
Mrs. John H. Russell and son Al- year and six months. A large and right-up-to-date sawmill trimmed with ribbon bows, and Irving Drew makes, all the ,

fred, and her father and mother,, Geo. A. Reed, Esq., on submittinga will be built at this place at an worth $2.00, Monday only, $1.49. latest cuts every pair guaranteed.The .
certificate from the supreme court early date with a capacity of 25,000 Girls underwaists, the well known
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps; who have spent f
of Massachusetts, was admitted to feet Little Beauty made of a good quality houseboat Nirodha, with x
of lumber day. The Messrs.
the winter season here, left yesterday per
; of cambric, all sizes from 2s to Messrs. Childs and Clements, own-
law in the circuit court of
i. practice Pritchett Bros., of this place and
s. for Kehmond,Ky. L4s, 25 cents each.
ers, a party aboard, returned to
this state and was sworn in as an at
Jacksonville are back of this enter- Shirt waist dress shields
and Mrs. M. C.' Salmon of some-
Miami\ the first of this week from a
torney. prise, which will give employmentto thing entirely new, worth a quarter,
, f" Rockledge, were in town the first of The suits entered by Geo. W. Hop- a number of hands.A Monday 16 cents per pair. cruise down amongst the keys. They

, b.'. this week. Mr. S. was under the kins against Henry Savage, E. A. Boys' wash pants, all sizes, good had splendid luck with the finny
he to' a juror rear end collision last Saturdayat have choice
r impression was serve as you may your tribe.
S. S. and Lewis
Stephenson Savage
Dupont station about miles for 29 cents pair.
I but his name was not on the list. a ten per
, Parker were settled. Damages of north of Ormond, delayed the south- Boys' bloomer pants, in endless Since the Canaveral club house :
; Mr. W. R. Sanders, of Indianola, $300.00 each against Stephenson and bound trains that afternoon variety of styles, prices $1.00, $1.25 was closed several days ago, Miss
was in town Saturday. lIe and his Parker were agreed upon, and the several and $1.50. Brown, the superintendent, has been :

wife have now taken up their. residence suits against Henry and S. S. Savagewere hours.bound The parlor car train south- If you want a shirt waist, don't spending a few days with Mrs. Krul- .
ran into a freight! wreckingthe wait until the sizes are broken up,
t. in Miami permanently, having der but leaves
dismissed. Geo. M. Robbins caboose and a camp car. No one at present we have them from 32 to week for the
:: .sold their beautiful orange grove at appeared for plaintiff and W. J. was injured on either train. 44, fine new lots received the past north. We learn that Miss Brown :

t Indianola. Sears, of Kissimmee for defendants. I I few days, prices from $1.25 to 250. has been tendered the position as> ,
+! Engineer Jones, who was injured The Baptist churches of the northern :. Mail orders promptly filled on any superintendent of the club for an-
I division of Indian River associa- of the above goods.
recently by an explosion of dynamite Indian River Hotel, Recent Arrivals JULIUS KLINE Titusville. other season.
tion will ,
at Rockdale, and who has been in C F Bell. Birmingham; 0 B Breker, commence a three days' union 'Phone No. 8.Card. Col. R. M. Thompson and a partyof
the hospital at St. Augustine for Boston; Samuel I Knight, New York; meeting at Titusville on Friday, guests aboard the houseboat Ever-
Miss Julia Knight, Miss Mary C Knisht. Mch. 29th, at 7:30 p. m. There will
has about recovered and
treatment, Philadelphia Iceman, Baltimore L be of Thanks glades returned to Miami the first of =
preaching and
will resume his duties in a few days. Close, Fort Meade, Fla, CO Wolf Savan- Saturday Sundayat The ladies of the Progressive Cul- this week from a cruise along the
nah: J B Thomas Breton; Mr and MrS _11. a. m._ and_ 7:30 p. m., besidessubjects
' Mr. J. J. White, of Rockledge the r club keys as far as Key West. The party
H Peck, RorklediiP. Fla; D L William, for discussion. Ministersand ture and V. I. A. heartily thank .
proprietor of White's Cottage and Portsmouth, 0; L TSavarees, Savannah from other churchesare those ladies and gentlemen who so had exceptional luck in fishing for '

.: other property at that famous resort, Ga; E J A Drennen, Dnmmitt Grove; messengers kindly assisted them in making the tarpon, landing in all twenty-five
W G Gilmore, Mr and Mrs R D Huke expected. Everybody is invited
was called to the county seat this musical lecture Mrs. Jean- beauties, one of the largest catchesever
and eon, Jensen; Mrs Harry Jennings, to be present at all the services.Dr. given by
f week to serve in the capacity of Tibbats; C J Farrell, Chicago; B R Wilson nette R. Murphy so great a success. made in such a short time.
E B WiltlOn, B R Wil-on Jr Helen J. Sills Daniels, of Richmond
l and he made THE STAR officea ,
juror, About dollars realized
Wilson, Karl Wilson, city: L H Shade, who recently bought the Brown eighteen was Miss Hester Harris, of Detroit,
pleasant call Monday. Heading, I'dIex Forrester and wife, and will go a great way toward the Mich., who spent the season most
.; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Henderson and Cleveland, 0; 811al B Wright. DeLand property in this place, returned Sat- Cemetery Improvement fund.E. pleasantly in Titusville with her
J R Donejran, W J bear, Kisitnmer.: urday from his trip to Nassau, Key ,
the Misses Lena and Hattie Henderson A T Edmund, Kentucky; Chris Brown, West and Havana. He that he B. WILSON, friend, Mrs. C. A. Krulder, and
returned to Murfreesboro- mayor of YerantuajCS Wardell and I says Sec. P. C. C. daughters, left for her home Sun-
' wife, J B Wardwell, Margaret Wardwell, had the trip of his life and is delighted -
t nesday where they will spend the Stamford, Conn; M C Salmon and wife with Miami and Havana, having day. She has spent several seasons
.summer months. We are pleased to J i White Rnckled; ; J W Bruner invested in West real Death of llrs.Vyatt Brown : in Florida with Mrs. Krulder at
,S state that they expect to return to Georgians; R N Andrews H L Rocker, Key estate. The We are in receipt of a letter from other places on the east coast, and
W F Dixon. Cocoa W H II GIt'ftMII, Ean doctor expects to spend sometime in 'I
Titusville about the first of October. Gallie; L Moretou Murray, F O'ISovIt-, Titusville and will start up improve- H. J. Brown, of Cades, S. C., advis- will be sure to come again next sea- -
i' :Mr. Wm. Redmond, of New York Daytona; C E Natty Oxford. Ohio; B P ing us of the death of the wife of his I
ments his
Wall, TO Shaw, Jacksonville Millard upon recent purchase
pity, who has spent the past season Gillen; F L Allen and wife, Miss; LouiA'len > shortly. son, Wyatt L. Brown, at Conre, Texas second quarterly conference of !

in Titusville, returned home last Harold! Allen, Worcester, Mass; I Mch. 16th, at which time Wyatt Titusville circuit w ill be held at Titus
Thursday. He was charmed with Mr AE Field, Brooklyn; Miss Moan, Kline's Specials in Clothing'and :was ill with tuberculosis at Temple ville Methodist church next
I Sunday, ,
Miss Cora A Moan, New York, S B Gid i
-our town and expects to spend the ,dens Jacksonville; M B Plan, HIMIII Gent's Furnishing: DepartmentI I Texas, and is dependent upon the order I Mch. 31st., and Rev. S. W. Lawler,

whole of next season at this place. Platt: Mellmurne; C B Worme. New know you are in need of a suit. ; of engineers to send him to amore P. E. East Coast district, will preach
York 1l' Porcher. On-wa Miss E E (
Mr. Redmond was a guest at the Blanshipp; Atlanta; B C Abernethv; 0 B We have ever so many shades and [I suitable climate. Wyatt I both at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The
Riverview.FURNITURE Flojd, Orlando; tied Taylor, W T Tel weaves to select from. We can please'! Brown and his wife are both well I public generally is cordially invitedto
Co J C Deal Mini-- A O Frink, EaiHml taste except bad taste. Betterlet
; ; every : known to many residents of this hear the elder. His
lie;S L LowervTampa, II M Nolle, New us sell you one for Easter. I knowwe presiding
set.tional, DRY GOODS book SHOES Smyrna; J I) Berg, Orlando; E L Sparkman can please you. Prices more than : place, Mrs. Brown was formerly Mrs. former acquaintances here will

I Elastic eve glasses, spectacles casesIIAWKES Tampa; W F DIxon, Cocoa.FOKSALEC"EAPYORCA. right we assure you. Ed. Gray. especially belglad of opportunity.

House and boat paint, PARLAY JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. Sunday school at 10 a. m. _
r Edison and dry batteries and H. 'Phone No. 8. Laundry Notice --- ,
supplies for the Edison Lou Strickland, of the City Laundry, For Sale -
Easter chicks, rabbit*, baskets About 88 acres of good high land on For Sale I hereby notifies her patrons that the price
Chas. A. Gardner 'Phone 34 the east or ocean side of the Indian riverat Connecticut built catboat twosuitsof! for Etartli laundry clothes will be 1't cent" All my breeding stuck of English Ierklnie .
. the Narrows, described as follows: Lot ails, anchor and ten ballast bags. A per dozen. Mixed clothes! the sane < h vs: .\No thirteen i IS) ten weeks' :
No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section bargain. Apply at THE &T\B office. I.f I. price.Call. old pigs, preparatory to leaving: Florida. :
THE INDIAN HOTEL 36, in township 31.south range 30 east. Liberal ,Ii!<-mint to early purchase Ad- :
+ Provides hot and cold baths and inside This land is unimproved but finely lo- Dress Making: Parlors at Titusville Livery at rear of j dress P O. Box 141, Melbourne, Fla. :
toilets on two floors, airy bed rooms overlooking cated. For further particulars! address I I' Robbing law oin the river, sample rooms, cozy E. M. Lew, II Mrs. C. A. Krulder has opened dressmaking Leave yonr orders for hauling, both double Dental NoticeJ.
consultation rooms, large cool dining Brockton, Mass. parlors in THE STAR building, I I and single. J. 3i.OsLan, proprietor. a
rooms, free library with the leading daily ground floor. Trimming hats a specialty.For W. Newma-i, D. D. :;., of the firm :
file free i of i Newman, of West Palm
:and weekly papers on telephonefor GUN' REPAIR SHOP Draying Macy
guests, free use of typewriting mach I Bent Beach, will be in Titusville for a few :
,ine. Electric lights throughout the en- Send your pins for repairs to Henry Three nice, clean rooms, in good locality Draying or hauling of all kinds promptly days fully prepared to attend to any dental :
.' tire building inside and out. Open day Benecke. All work thoroughly done for email! family (without email chil- attended to. Meets all trains. Stove work. lie has his office in the brick :
, :and night; attentive porters attend all Gjina loose in the breech tightened equal dren) suitable for housekeeping. wood for sale at all times. building opposite the court house, where : '
trains, only five minutes walk from the to new also gone stocked and shotguns Apply to MRS. J. D. CBIBB, H. E. HOLTOV. he will OP pleaded to see all who want : f
: station. Good(fishing from hotel dock. rebored, etc. H. Benecke Titnsville Fla. i Titusville, Fla. Titusville, Fla. first class work done.r' .' :


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he had been called to some point to the can at the place where Injured. SNOW

( I LEGAL-CRIMINAL I identify a child believed to be his son. These are said to be the first cars of ?
One of the Delaware detectives who this kind ever used in this country t

'was employed on the case. Frederick and it Is expected that they'will soon .
; Thaw Lunacy Commiuion. Murphy, had disappeared. be Installed by other"compaules..
The trial of Ham Thaw for the murder will care that throat in short order.Bollard's .
> of Stanford White at New York More Ruef Indictments.The Jersey to tine Corporations.Samuel Snow Liniment penetrates the por**; promote

was brought to a sensational suspension San Francisco grand jury has D. Dickinson, secretary of ing free circulation, giving the muscles more elasticity.

t ? ':!- March 20 when District Attorney presented sixty-five new indictments state for New Jersey has announced RHEUMATISM,CUTS,SPRAINS. BRUISES
":- 'Jerome abandoned his case for the against Abe Ruef for bribery In connection his Intention of collecting a fine of CURES WOUNDS, OLD SORES, -STIlT JOINTS it
;' with railroads and other public $250: each against some 8,000 corporations -
state in order to move the appointment
7 utility companies which had secured -
: of a'commission to determine the present which he says have failed to file
municipal franchises. Ball was annual reports according to the New
; ; : state of the defendant's mind. It
;' 4 > was while Dr. Allan McLane Hamilton fixed at $5.000 cash or $10.000 in bondson Jersey statutes, making an aggregate GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.

l's; was on the stand as a witness for each indictment, which in addi- fine of $".,000.000. It is contended also Henry Stone Provo, Utah. writes: "I hive used Ball&rd'f
.' the defense that the district attorney tion to the $100.000 bail previously or- that all the directors of all these companies Snow LinIment for Neuralgia, Toothache p md Bore Throat,

.;t declared his belief that Thaw was now dered, brought the total up to $750,000.( can be disqualified for one year. which upon application gave me instant relief. I can recommend
District remarked it the best Liniment I have ever used in oaring
fcuMIf insane and absolutely Incapable of instructing Attorney Langdon Strauss Defend Salome. as being
that this ought to hold Rnef. I pain caused from Neuralgia etc."
his counsel and that
'. consequently The hostile reception of "Salome" In
; the state had no right to try Prior to this the district attorney this country has drawn from the com- PRICE 25C, 50c AND $1.00
him for his life. He said furthermore bad secured confessions from several
poser of Its music. Richard Strauss, a
-. that he believed that Thaw had been of the city supervisors containing specific I I sharp rejoinder. He wants to know

;i insane all along, when he shot Whiter evidence of graft to the amount, why the man who accepts "Don Juan," Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

and prior to that event of $700,000 and possibly much more j i "Figaro," "Carmen" and other operas
It was shown that the United railroads 500-502 North Second Street
Jerome had expressed the opinion dealing with Immoral themes balks at ,

that if Dr. Hamilton were allowed to paid each supervisor 4000. the gas ]I I "Salome." He declares that the manor ST. LOUIS MISSOURI.

testify in full to what he knew he company $700. the prize fight trust woman who has clean hands, a pure ,
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$j()(). the Pacific States Telephone company -
would give it as his opinion that Thaw heart and a spotless conscience can regard .
was Insane at that moment and that $5.000 and the Home Telephone "Salome" and all art without dIs-

s counsel for the defense knew this tot company 2000. In this same schedule favor or prejudice. lie adds that it is Sold and Recommended by
be but had concealed the fact. He It was shown that Ruef and Schmitz
so, for such men and women that all true Rod Oross Pharrn.aoy
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said he prevented the attitude up
was by artists labor-not for those vitiated or
; of the defense from bringing out facts hundreds of thousands It being shown bigoted. The New York Musical Cour- ------

( about Insanity In the Thaw family and that the United railroads paid $450.000; ier, our leading musical taper, says
thus present conditions which would for the trolley franchIse. All of the supervisors that the suppression of "Salome" Is a 'PLAdp 7 MarineEngines

: shock the conscience of the court and were permitted to tell their manifestation of parochialism disgraceful -

stop the trial It was then that Lawyer i story before the grand jury and thus in the highest degro Bernard :

Gleason, one of the counsel for become Immune from prosecution. In- Shaw asks with characteristic face- .

Y the defense, who had been superseded dictments were also returned againstT. I tlousnes. "What can you expect of

a I by Delmas as chief counsel Insisted B. Halsey counsel for the Pacific
upon questioning the witness as to States Telephone company, who is understood

whether he had made any such statement to be a fugitive In the Philip Country Fine For Farm Crops ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT. I

about Thaw's Insanity to the pines. The wonderful adaptability of the ED FOR SATISFACTORY( !
' counsel for defense. To the .surpriseof The San Francisco authorities! are In- r. A I
1 every one, the witness said he had clined to make favorable terms with country back of Fort Pierce for the USE IN FLORIDA WATERS "

done so several months ago and denied Ruef end Schmitz if they will give the raising of tomatoes, potatoes and !

x that he had told Gleason that the necessary evidence to convict Patrick beans, as well as all general farm Regal Marine >; 4,
Calhoun of New York president of the Engines
J defendant was suffering from a cur- crops, has so far been established thatit
'; able form of insanity. United Railroads, and other capitalist Is certain that hundreds, if not Stand for the highest type of t

'. Prior to this climax the state bad of the "higher up" class. thousands, of acres will be planted mechanical skill and reliability '4, { /
succeeded In Introducing the affidavit They are four cycle, jump "
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there next ).ear. With a very small spark ignition,automobile type, 1 >
r which Thaw's wife Is alleged to have mechanical -z i
i Calves float teed
for fertilizer practically no \ a
signed at the instigation of Stanford carburetor enclosed crank use '

.. White In the office of Lawyer Hum expense for clearing or ditching, the steam forged crank shaft, and ..-. )

:: mel In which she told of Thaw's brutal Colony Burned Out. success that is being made by Messrs bronzed fewest number bearings of working. Hate parts the >

treatment of her during their European Helicon Hall the large and unique Andrews Hoofnagle and Hemmings *s consistent with a perfect operating -

trip before they were married Butt building on the Palisades at Englewood attracting the attention of many. With motor and many other

this document proved to be somewhat K. J., In which the cooperativehome the final completion of the canal now exclusive features found only in the Regal

of a boomerang, because it showed that colony started by Upton Sinclair ; THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN
t being built bj the Florida East Coast AND DO IT
Hummel contrary to his statement on had wintered with forty to fifty residents

: the stand, had acted as her counsel was completely ruined by fire I Railway, which will insure the complete rd} sax types 30 H.. H.I'. four 3 and cylinder 5 II. P. single <:yi"" er:' 8 to 15 H.

thus paving the way for attacking the March .16, and one of the workers lost I drainage of this fine tract of

credibility of the entire testimony ofnumm his life while others were injured land, we will have many new sett'ers We also manufacture: a line of heavy, slow speed wtrkmg engines
from 6 II. .
single cylinder to 45 H. P four t'ylindu
r 1. jumping from windows, and all bad come here to take advantage of these
( narrow escapes !so quickly did the I I conditions and it will be few The many hundreds of Regal engines now in ol-eraion throughout -
A Jail For Coal Trust Head. a the country are a guarantee of the satisfaction they are giving.
dames while all
Samuel F. Howell. president of the were n"l'cp in years before Fort Pierce will become
their rooms. The origin of the fire wasa i Get a Regal in (the
Omaha Coal trust has been sentence the Irish potato section of the State. Beginning Don't Experiment
complete mystery and there
to six months In and line of was
jail pay a
some talk of Its being! incendiary! The I St Lucie County Tribune Handsome explanatory catalogue: mailed free on n-ruest
e 2000. which was the limit of the law:
colony 1m not jet decided whether it
Sutton' In Howell Regal Gasoline
Judge sentencing will rebuild. I' Strange Explosion Engine Co.
.. told him he was "no letter than a
common highwayman who put a revolver Death of T. B. Alclri h. I The TiIr.<,Union correspondent at Cold Water, Michigan '.'
to a maxis face and made him Thomas Bailey Aldrich. known ns Ella\ille, Madison: Count, tells of .1

I give up his money" He said: that if the dean American poets died at his: the flight of a large meteor in that ,
d It'had Boston borne :Man It). HP hid ;'" 'if .
not lees for money and goo
y lawyers Howell would haTe teen "in pass .' l his seventieth birthday I section for twelve or fifteen miles
jail long ago where he lielorged." in good health
around were startled bj a terrific explosion -
Pittsburg Merger Carried Up. Fatal California Floods 1: about S::*0 clock Simda\ THE SOHMER-CEGILIAN PIANO
The opposition of the people of A1V! KxMls in the Panther river near the
night fur which has been
no one jet
gheny city to the consolidation with town of Onmlle <"aL, have causv'il tin THE FARRAND-OECILIAN PIANO
I able to give definite account.
Pittsburg; into the community to l II e loss of twenty-seven lives and large any
' Those who were outside) at the time THE CECILIAN PLAYER PIANO
I ,.' known as the Greater Pittsburg has damage to projierty
.. caused the filing with the United Dowie Named His Successor. say that the elements wore brightly
.. States supreme court of a writ of-ermr Geienl John A Lewis a deacon of lighted b\ what appeared to be :a

from the decision of the Pennsylvania! the Christian Catholic church who !, !star or meteor which disappeared! in

supreme court which had dismissed a was for years a close friend of !its 1, the east behind! the trees. then inI I I',, .CI". ... ,, .;,rf: '. f .,.

bill brought to prevent the cousolida founder lIuwle. is named as the new I about the epace of two minutes there i "__ __ ,.;:. )!
tlon. The case cannot be heard in Its leader in the apostle's .dll lIe Is now ,If,i 11111'! f."
came the sound( of something like theI .
tutu for at least a year and this will in )Mexico but will tell rn to Zion Cityat tAJ !
I I .*\, Iosion of a qnantiU of dynamite, II t
I delay the legal birth of the Greater once to test the leadership with .,..' I
which was heard quite as distinctlyat ., '
ohva.! i < -
't I. \ "
..". ,, ,,'
II oi' .
: .. '
Marvin Kidnaping Case. a distance! of ten and fifteen mites Q "' .. i
Cig Oil Refinery Burned. : -=- "
The strange disappearance: of Horace i from this place:, in all directions, as i -
A portion of the plant t-f the AtlanticOil :? \
i r Marvin, Jr.. the three-year-old child of Iti fining' ,: at Point Breeze, I here. There was quite a little excitement ., .r .'''' ;t... ., .. i

Dr. Horace Marvin of Bay Meadow, IKO5'hiL'i'oIphn! burned Thursdiywuh created among the negroes! f. ," !'. iIIliIi't ';-': __ ... .
t Pel. continued to attract attention ] '. .\. "'- ..: ---..-..':- -- .. w.-.a-:; -'I.--' "!!.,. '
am : i l lose f:f MtmiKNi Only bv desperate and a general: vtampule occurred in I.----.:. ?, -r- -' -' -r .I.f. _. !
to appeal to the sympathies of the general work were the firemen able to some L h : ,

I public. The governor and ether prevent the flames! ; fr?m spreading to [ __ =. : _:__ :::2 ti f"\\\ \:'
state officials cf quarters'f J9"i...." ::::;.. '==::'-': : ..r ;
the Itiuine :4all: ..iM.iiui" t ink-. o'h -,:"", __ / ..
i Delaware lent would) line i-niMtl :i terrilii: ep'oMOU \\ u : ; .''.!':"' ; 1.1, ; i" I'..,..y;'.....*-".,.:,..;..,-i.". -.,'"-'.*.*.Vt;.....61.....'."..,i_',.."....-., j.."'.,., 1. .. .. .. .... 'f I 1' I It .

their aid ?n,1 itwas MICAA f-7.: # '---r.n d J, .
jT! ]
>. .
e\cn report The Lake Shore Settlement.An .ifl ; :. : t '. .
f 7 /t oil that the distracted Gtea5C I i' *.. : i
v\ ,
d : the
agreement Ilrother-
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father io I .!.1
hoods of Firl'i1eu .. T".t1, H'i' ..
an .;IIKH'r ;mil 0, i : -'i
k?? }!) had gone to the oCuf of the Lake Shun railroad *.-...l1eS o'.t :':e\03l\' i ?:'! .
"T' 1':1
Washington tour uVe : :
t ro A di r df51TTiil'1.ik:: '
ask for help was reached by which the men are to and lc ci urnystlieta" : _
receive an average; iUt'reac oi s [*'r fps t.e t"'R ;1.. .r 1 ,*
: \ .
from the federalauthorities 1
At cent in wazes; t twelve : .) lu w..rkin. ; ;Sttovs .. 4'..' "I .". __t'1 't.::;:' ; r -=- .. .

t, --.,-" one time it ap- .: hours from to ten in lie \ ItacUcaWLV. ; Ue 1" -1; = '.t.:1 8" : i L7 --= -

} red that the yard and its l'Cju'alellt on the r<.ad. fnc\\on\ *" con'cs {mgr,,- : __ ;= _
\ pea \3-t ,,roal :-' .
\\ Relief For Injured Mine Workers.It wear -- "-
toy had been lo- o theSSthc iii. t t->

r Horace Marvin, Jr. catcd at Erie, is reports from Wilke-barre Pa.. jolting and leg, velrtel o:: .

Pa., where an attorney named Howard! that the Lehih Valley Coal company of :1 hesco ronc\l\1\--ua;' A line that meets all demands

tried to collect the ransom offered by after a series of experiments his ordered thananyocdotliC:1 both as to quality and price

weans of a waif boy whose age and a number of hospital cars to be '; bs't;\\\edc,

appearance tallied with that of the placed in its mines. It is expected l Azle GreaSe Ct\'l? %" Price
Selling from
missing child. The lawyer even had that the use of these cars will result lr St1) D C\L..... $450 to $850Full

the boy speak over the long distance in alleviating to a large degree the sufferings 1 particulars sent
; on application
phone to Dr. Marvin, but this effort to of Injured miners as they are ----- .
collect ransom was unmasked by the equipped with removable stretchers. sot I v';1- .' ---- --- -

i detectives On Wednesday Dr. MarTin : to avoid tbs necessity of handlingthe ;t : INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE "TlfUSYILLE

left bis home, and it was supposed men after they are once put on I

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., YRtn .-,,>4laROg 29. 1907 THE FLORIDA STAR 3

Food at Cost In Schools.

: Superintendent Maxwell of the New ., >f .t
..... York city public school system has appealed '
to the board .of education to .

supply simple food at cost price to the St Vitus' Dance' j

'C-> 'i;:}. < .., >.0 nourished. At the same time he Many persons who suf-

'i(: asked the board to supply eyeglassesfree fered untold agonies from
: /Jj:. of cost to children of needy parents
fits and
; ? ',':! / who may be suffering from Im- epilepsy, spasms,
perfect vision. The commissioner of St. Yitus Dance are today

i. : health had found 17.923 children with well. The strength-

i .; -,:.. defective eyes in the schools last year. influence of Dr.
; Cornell's Debrutalized Rush.

i : t 5 w .' :::.;,,,: :- J:, tiJ: .:. A newfangled test of physical Miles' Nervine upon the .
;' .< :4
l. J \1:2.: .!rl, strength: between the lower classes of shattered nerves having

' i : Cornell university has Just been tried
restored them to
al, state and municipal, to supplement Magazine For the Blind. out with apparent success under the perfect

J :It. I EXECUTIVE I national and state control. The first regular literary magazine I Ito personal Inspection of President Schur- health.

be in the English language
. Bryan In Praise of Unions. published ,' nan and other members of the faculty, "I endured agony that words cannot

{.f a New Waterways Commission. That the labor unions have been the for the use of- blind people, provision the object being to prevent the resort express from St. Vitus' dance, ,
for which was made by Mrs. which followed a very severe spell of
!.: President Roosevelt has recently In- greatest; forces for good in Americawas to brutal or dangerous tactics. The rheumatism. I doctored with a physician
< Ziegler widow of the baking powder J but the I took of his medicine
: more
't.iJ rush took
place in inclosure 10
" augurated a movement having for Its the opinion expressed by W. J. millionaire has made its appearance. I I an the worse I got. My mother's devotion -
purpose the development of a comprehensive Bryan in a speech before Chicago un- yards by 100 yards chalked off into saved me. After she had beccra
It'is about eight times as bulky as a two parts. At the crack of a pistol the almost heart-broken as well as physically -
; plan for the Improvement and ionists. He credited organized labor
'copy of the Century Magazine, although exhausted from constant care,
." r control of the river systems of the with introducing the Australian ballot, freshmen and sophomores rushed from by the advice of a neighbor she procured -
containing fewer words. One i a bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine. From 'v
opposite sides, the sophomores seekingto S
. United States. To this end he has 'tl p raising wages, shortening hours of labor section deals with important current j the first dose to the last a continual
." pointed an inland and raising the age limit of child capture and hold ns many of the change for the better was noticable, ;
: events of the month. will be
j and when I had taken eleven bottles
'. labor. freshmen as possible and detain them
. ; waterways .commis- sont free to the blind who, accordingto I was well, and In robust health." -
\: ; %- Ion consisting of Hearst After Traction C8 In the from the freshman banquet which was EDWARD D. REAM. F
Merger. statistics, now number, 50,; North Manchester Indiana
Burton about to take place In the armory.
: 1 Theodore W. R, Hearst has filed with the at- United States.
Sen- Those freshmen caught and not rescued "Our little boy Harry, had spasms ;
chairman ;
; torney general of New York a petitionfor for three years and although we doc- ,.,If
. ator Francis G. within three minutes were takento tored with many physicians he con
Senator the prosecution of the Ryan-Bel- I FOREIGNSalvador I another place to be decorated and tinued to grow worse until he had ten
.". .d / Newlands mont traction merger of New York and then spasms In one week. About that time t
painted marched around the
William Warner, our attention was caned to Dr. Miles'
1\ 6. z John II. 'Bankhead. city street railways charging a deliberate Joins Honduras. campus before the laughing; throng. Nervine. We began giving It to him.
conspiracy to stifle competition His Improvement seemed slow, but
? General Alexander Advices from Panama indicated that The officers of the freshman class managed when he had finished the fourth bottle .
I and to deprive the city of. adequate to reach the banquet hall In safety the spasms had disappeared, and
Mackenzie Dr. W.j the republic of Salvador had fonucJ 1
:::4 transportation facilities. : have not been seen nowfor years. W.
:Theodore E. BurJ., McGee, F. II. I an alliance with Honduras as against but about 150 freshmen were captured shall always recommend Dr. Miles'x

'; ton. Newell, Gifford IMn- Morton Defends Roosevelt. Nicaragua and :,;;00 Salvadoreans had : and decorated. The sport proceeded Nervine.MRS." BELLE M. TTNDALT

:' bot and Herbert Knox Smith. In his In a formal newspaper Interview been landed at ( under systematic ruling made Hastings. Neb. a_

Paul Morton, president of the Equitable by agreement between the undergraduates -
f : letter, Congressman Barton notifying .Amapalaunder I, Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
R him of his appointment the presi- Life, announced his position as t;t1t!? -. command of and the faculty. druggist who will guarantee that the '
first bottle will oenefit. If it fails he
.; dent refers to the inability of the raIl- being in favor of the federal super 'ttP \ General I Making the Schools Pay. will refund your money.

roads to afford prompt transportation vision of all railroads, by constitutional -.)ff ;ei prest'l The latest educational scheme, evolved Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind f ,

.Jo: the products of the country and the amendment if necessary He expressed nilla of at Omaha Neb., is to make it

1' f necessity of providing a complementary the opinion that if legislation to this .; IJ ras had taken I unnecessary for children to work for

water system a subject which end is blocked it will result In federal personal command I the support of their parents younger ---. --

;' has received but scant attention in the ownership, which would be the most i1: of a large brothers or writers t'y having the t

past. The commission, he says should unfortunate thing for the people of 1' section of his juvenile court pay; to working children 7ktlostJ'Book lw twT k Set P"Mised of Yackl and BootuMil

} consider the-relations of the streams to this country. lIe said he regarded ." army on the who are placed in school the exact

the use of all 'the permanent natural President Roosevelt as a conservativeforce ,. march for Se- amount of their earnings. These funds RUDDERHOWTO

resources and their conservation fort and that he would be so regarded jrovla.; in Nicaragua are to be obtained through; regular BOOKSOver

,: the making and maintenance of prosperous in future by many.who are now opposing I l ; lie was weekly appropriations from churches
I homes. lie also believes that him. He is in favor of legalizedpooling. cooperatingwith societies clubs, etc. ;oco boats have torn built from the lines
r primed in these books-Successfully sailed tn
t any plan to be feasible should recognize ll ; A a number Morgan Park Academy Closed. every clime and upon every sea-pull detail
tig drawing of all parts, showing what it is and C-
the means for executing it already Would Put Harriman In Jail. Yf JiI! I Nicaraguan Trustees of the Chicago university bow to make itT e"l extremely simple.

in existence, both in the departments United States Senator Cullom of Il- revolutionists. announce that the famous Morgan
:' of the federal government and in the linois after emerging from an Inter- President Bonilla. it was also reported Park academy established at a cost of K fool row rMlimt Uri.vaf to bull fnnM ill iu states and their subdivisions. view with President Roosevelt said he that the naval forces of Nicaragua $700,000, will lie closet after June 1, as: ; good racnf ear foe a hay t.Iran .s IB.

Negro Troops For West Point. had told the president that if be had had captured the port of Trujillo It has been running at a loss and as HOW A fine TO host BUILD for afonmtn A SKIPJACK mling or knorkinr about b 1:

For the first time in the history of his way he would try to put E. II. liar Honduras. there now are so many good public rig,b..1-; l.ll trr f au II-.,aJ he..a.ftcla'n..r eesf.lah-nmhwdt.w..paa wuiffetoU bwU. .*

the United States Military academy riman In the penitentiary on accountof Stolypin Reform Promises. high schools preparing students for HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP *
., the Alton deal alone. Hast "acrrssful rwioj raarhiD .PII.....J V
vrrr a priavinwr
soldiers to be stationed at college. ;
negro are The Russian douma listened with .
Hi ".....Aa*a and AvMralia; eaer to bend i ...-
the West Point post a detachment of Fish Assails Roosevelt. courtesy to a forty minute address by Minneapolis Teachers Advanced. to rm..t}.. ,

the Ninth cavalry having been desig- After giving a lecture at the University Premier Stolypin while he insisted that The Minneapolis board of education HOW S.mple.nd TO 3'JILD.r.ortio-Plal.oorlftt A MOTOR fco*LAUNCH>ct alaud )i

nated for that purpose. This experiment of Pennsylvania on faith as the the government: was willing to grant has rl''ntly'oted an Increase of $:; a hull lor!!..a.ill&&1.1iIOI.... Several other|>!au.

on the part of the war department basis of finance Stuyvcsant Fish in n many reforms and create new stand month In the salaries of the grade HOW TO BUILD A KNOCKABOUT
A fine ..a.n.:1'I'1.i' was brought about through the talk with reporters said that Theodore ards of life. In the name of the emperor teachers. Superintendent Jordan was Ruler; auiUUe lor iLa.iow.*t.rm.

dissatisfaction of the white troops with Roosevelt had always been unsteady, he proposed the following reforms re-elected for a term of three years HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHT SLOOP

j the extra duties devolving upon them though well meaning, but that there : Freedom of the press and of and $1,000 milled to his salary. A rlrrr...,...".:11.. :tailluc boat,..j itb moderate orerbaagt aw

,:. In the care of the horses used by the were others Just ns well meaning who speech liberty of faith, the efficacy of Commercial University Extension. sHOW TO BUILD A FLATTIE OR SHARPIE

military cadets. While they were will- have more discretion and who are the linlieas corpus, substitution of one Ki.y to iMrrrrthmic et'ricbJat the eeaft for. a fco.
President alniey of Cincinnati university to bfg\u.:tl>;roa be bull trrr cbo-apl.r. ng
to look after their own mounts
ing reliable. form of martial law for the present
more is commercial college HOW TO BUILD A MOCEL YACHTAnmiptrledrvriptionof :
for planning a -
they did not like the idea of caring
varying degrees of "excepiional ; is
security. bow to build alllO d1i8e
in connection with the institution.
all the horses in the cadet battalion. ." local self government reform of : rt.

This detachment of negro cavalrymen I L SOCIOLOGICAL I the zerastvos, responsibility of officials lIe proitoses to have the students work $1. -
In banks and orokerajre: oflk-es whilepur.uln PRICE EACH
.. comprises: it is said. all the negro agrarian reform, the abolition of the PREPAID CT EXPRESS ANYWHERE
the of :
t ;: courses !'tudy."Approved"
troops remaining in the United States. To Promote Labor Peace. free entry of goods into Vladivostok Bound in cloth- Gold! t..ttmnl-Size. of peg, i.

the others being now in the Philip- Under the act of congress establish completion of the Trans-Siberian rail Teachers.A 9 by il inches, -Larj..,ijejry-Jrawn plans.

pines or on their way there.POLITICAL. road in Russian territory free and paragraph in the School Journal
ing the fund for the promotion of industrial THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO.
later says that the Indiana legislature has
compulsory On the
peace which was provided by i i MURRAT STREET NEW YORK. U. S. A
plea! that these reforms would requirehuge passed a bill which gives the state'
I I President Roosevelt out of the proceedsof te
Sd tnslal far Catalogue of Books forI'uthtsmen's
board of education the right to recommend -
the Nobel peace prize the presidenthas sums of money the premier urged Library. -
that the teachers' training courses to the
appointed four trustees-namely, budget lie given Immediat"!
John D. a Federalist. consideration.' The burden of taxation normal schools.' When such courses :
John Mitchell president of the United
Interview while he would are properly taught; these schools' will
In a newspaper Mine Workers of .America as representative rest most heavily upon the rich
south John D. l>e entitled tit use the word "approved"in '
was en route from the of labor; Marvin Hughitt. by means of the income tax. Ferryeeds

Rockefeller declared emphatically that president of the Chicago and Northwestern Notwithstanding all these promises their titles and teachers will be given rnentbrtwiiapropergultleatiout' nut a a tipcri : f

federal control of all the railroads Railroad company as representative many of the opposition remained un credit for work in these schools. ,>suresueees:0"v .
be good thing for them as pacified and Prince 7reteli offered from the start t
would a of capital; Seth Low of New a 17 douMs at panting nor disar .
well as for the general: public. lIe said York and Thomas G. Bush of Birming resolution blaming the government for TIle Modesty of Women txintmfnt at ham-.t. Get 1n

that the railroads and other big corporations ham. Ahu as representatives of the! violating; every right promised In the
were greatly overcapitalized, czar's manifesto of Octor*>r. 190.1. This Naturally makes them shrink from the
general public. These art In additionto the obnoxious-
indelicate questions,
and his only explanation of that policy the chief justice of the United angered the premier, who said that tb' aminations, and unpleasant local treatments V

by men with whom he had been associated States, the secretary of commerce and debates mast continue on legal lines : which some physicians consider L yt-,
was the temptation to make and that the government would not of diseases of .
essential in the treatment
labor and the secretary of agriculture. i for r>iyef) t, sorest best crops Vat
money faster.Presidential permit| ; firebrand tactics. ', women. Yet if help can be had, it isbetter a!' acre. Iamous for over
Cleaning Up San Francisco. I IUO7 S.ed Annual
this ordeal than lot vra
to submit to
Conferences.The Rioting In Roumania. Ks f: f on request : '
Last week about 2.000 with
men i the disease prow and spread. The troubleis
question of how best to deal An anti-Jewish outbreak in Iloumani.i D. r.l. FERRY & CO.,
3,000 teams joined in the first public I that so often the woman undergoes all _r Detroit,Mich. .
with the railroad situation has been volunteer street cleaning l>ee. In ten | had assumed serious proportions early the annoyance and shame for
the theme of a series of White House hours more debris was removed than :j iu the week and Jens: were fleeing; Tho nds\(f women who have been A

conferences since last week when Governor had been done in ten months with tll..1| over the frontier into .Austria where cured lv Dr. 't'rcc' Favorite Prescription 60 YEARS' .

Doucon and Attorney General regular staff. Business then ! cared for by the Hebrvv.air.aiK0 wrilK in ijWreciation of the cure A t

Stead of Illinois called to see the president side by side' with day laborers, clerk: i : of Vienna. The riot wntcrc-l I and which local diiMsc treatmentTherc::>S '. h the examinations i te no other EXPERIENCE t e

The general impression was that hint the Roumanian: town of Mai: .
and .. .
professional 111C'11.rmy buglers j pterllr-In. "0 corn g"rf .1f 1" r t''''I A!.'.:
the chief executive wanted to head off sounded the call t:> work at 8 o'clOt.k.1] divi At last account.the re"olt:1'4 women as Kaoritf

state legislation respecting; railroadsby The t.lri'ets near polit-v: headquarter ', p:roading. cures: Ucbilii.iiing draiua. irregularity and 1

bringing about an agreement to depend were cle mod in short order by prisoners i Distrdtr In Persia.; female weakness. It always help*. It
of in future almost always cures. It is strictly nonalcoholic
upon the action congress arrested for minor offenses, after I
Advices from Teheran told of Indian
'f'Crl.t.l1I its inzndientsIring :
carriers. non TRADE MARKS
the common I
to which they Avert set free. ?
j mounted tr.nns -nti' : Persia to
riig protect printed on its tlttlcwral'I"'r'Qn- DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
After having held a conference with Rules of Colony Club. !!j jLiberty British c-onsutatea in the soutii. tains no deleterious or habit-forming &.C.

other railroad heads at New New York.York. I without license"" is the unofficial I and it rdimr.-l that the Afghans druis. and every native medicinal runtcntcrinz qnlrklT Anyone ass ending flan our*pketoh opitiM and free dpocriptinn whither may an

President Mellen of the motto of the new Colony chili ;:all moved toward the frontier. Iut- : into it> (comj oMtion has the full mventu.nICprobably patentable. Ommoiitr
Haven and Hartford went alone endorn-ment thoMm n-l eminent in the niMnctlymrtDdentlaL ilandMmkonYatn4isent
New which ultra fashionable women of New rian fortes were on the way to pre- < free oldest' agency for eecunnir patents.
Washington and saw the president. H'H'ralchool:,nf medical practice Some I'ntcnts: taken throuth turn \ Cox rtvelve
York have just opened on Madison avenue. ene order iu northern l"'T''il.I ap"'" l notice,without charge. In the
givj j of these and of -
statement was nurnron strongest pro
Although no Within! this i if'l'ut stnicj
learned that the Ho se- i j fi-rsional endorsements of its ingredients, Scientific Rm rita"
out. it was .
on j ture three indulgences c-- m t )
\\illr found in a pamphlet ttnip il
well. .
did not mix I EDUCATIONALHadley's I ...
and Melleu IJeas A handsomely illustrated .ky. I-arcest rtr-
wit men's clubs are sanctioaeJ .tamely. ,. around the Iwttle also in imnklet mailed .
expectingto ; !! a palation nf ant..lenttBr ".urnlt''. T"'rna. f 3 a
Other railroad officials were !j wine, card playing and smoking! -that free on reqiusL by Dr. IL V. l'ir iof tear 1'lIrmc\tbsfL bold by II neniidealcni.MUMH .

see the provident shortly. j i is. vuae i: serve.l with meals. and card Idea of Football.In UulTalo: >. Y. Th-.-*' i pr-tfcx-ionul. e n- ( & CO.Stileroadaal. New YorkLLTHCCOIJCU
Governor Johnson Minnesota supjresteil ; 1 I playing; must not I*.* for money whileonly view of the recent utterances of d"r"'mf'nN", should hate far mon W4-izht p-.. ,.- ,..,., ,. ... .. ..

that the president call a national i j,, In corta'n rIOiwlJc'I'C it might President Roosevelt and President L'ii- than any amount of the ordinary lay, or .------ ...,....-.;..- -, .
and federal o- : non-professional testimonials.The .
conferenw of state ;i i d.sagret'able. !is the) d::.iiTtte (
harmonious basis : prove ot of Harvard on the subject of football must intfiIif'ntom,'!) nnw-utlays .
daIs t.t re:1.hle prohibittnl. One of the new features i-> in connection with college athletics what lake
iifcixt on knowing they as m< -
Johnson : CL'SE
of rlilw:1.lmmaemenl; rayslie the idea of providing rooms for out of considerable interest was aroused I icine in
agrees entirely with the Roosevelt I' town member* who wish a temporary l>y the remarks of President Hadley of lot of young; birds and sidpinz down :

pro_rlOm1 of flt'mll'\mtrol. residence for skjpplug; or oatortaiunieuts. Yale who in a recent speech at a l whatever is offered: them. "Farit- Prescription" ] Yrr' iI 3r Ring'sHew

Tin president nO(', ir.l hankereli?- eaiues" this the c'oaveuieucesinclude meeting of Yale alumni at Plainneld. is of KNOWN fUMIltMIH'N.: It ,
York and explained his make's weak women strong and sick
New J
man "f a xiuasli court, roof garden,
N. J.. expressed the belief that football women well. ij
jtolieies.Smith's. gymnasium, library, pool room and mijhtery properly be permitted I Ir. Pierce's Medical Advr: i j.* "nt free BisGovery

Railroad Checkrein. I i:'I elaborate lJlt s.rrhe swimming pool where the student body was composed| on receipt of HamI'i t<. I','" e\jetrw' of ,
for those railroads is sixty-eight feet in length and thirty- mailing fJllll. l Dr. l:. A. Pien-e, ONSUMPTION Price
of but In
punishment chiefly undergraduates a
As a .
Buffalo, JC. Y" 21 one-cent tamps for pa- FOR OUGHS and 50c&$1.00OLDS
lawmakers by nvdncirc five feet wile w> extended by mirrors
retaliate on where the students
which university werel:1.reIy per-covercd.or 31 stamps for cloth-bound. Free Trial.
service or pay. Governor Hote that the eye sees five tanks in succession ; of the graduate or professionali 1 I[ sick consult the I).x-tor. free-of charge

Smith of Georgia In an address at in every direction. It has a grape i type football by consuming time and by held letter.sacredlv All confidential.Dr. such communications. are Guaranteed for all THROAT and
Receiv trellis above supported by pillars so i LUNG TROUBLES MONEY
the banquet of the Cincinnati j subtracting; from professional energy. Pierre's Piea-ant Pellet Invigorate ,
ers' and Shippers association, advocated j 1 that the water reflects the cool green I became a harmful diversion. I. tad regulate stomach liver and bowels: : _BACK.

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-THE- FLORIDA STAR The urgency of procuring legislation .. :'

v ..'" on important matters is accentuated Catarrh the Bane of the World

EntaredatthepoitofcetitTitu1.i11ea1eooadclau. when the legislature meets only .
mail matter.
biennially, as is the case in Florida.If *
j B. ., edltorsnd FabUthar. Pc-ru-nathe Standard Remedy. :
Kill Wager .the needed reforms are not attended

: ,'.;: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING at this session it means that '
.' <- It mast be clearly understood that neither those most interested must chafe p"ORI
,: TH. STJUt nor its editor is responsible for under the disappointment and wait

-; opinions expressed by eorreapoadenU. for two years with the attendant uncertainty UN1T CANAD MEXI CUBA AFRICA S1RAU EUROPE

<4_ Brevard'the Banner County that anything will be done ,
t .. Brevard enjoys the unique distinction even then. r

of being the banner law-abiding ; '11

'. county in the whole state of Florida. OAK HILL : .

/ Ever since this county was divided Deferred from last week.
-. '- there' has been practically nothing Mrs. W. A. Warlick, of Ellijay, r

s, ,- fortllecireuitandcountycourtstodot Ga.; is spending a few days: with her
Mrs. A. L. Fowler. \
_ daughter,
in the way of criminal business, and
necessity Capt. and Mrs. E. S. Coutant and r
3 now that there is no further '
Miss Nettie came over to attend
for county court,our representative 4
i } a
church last Sunday, and Miss Nettie
_f t will introduce a bill in the legislature 4 n J
remained with the Misses Pattie and

} ., t': ,about to convene,abolishing May Howes till Tuesday.Mrs. I
: the county court in this county. \, III 1
F. W. Robinson, who has
: .. During the spring term just closed' been the guest of Mrs. G. L. Comer

'' !':it the petit jury was not called upon to for the past month, left for her homein

? ; try a single case, and that body was Eufala Ala., last Thursday.Mrs. .

4'. r discharged before"the grand jury Z. T. Williams and Sidney

had half completed its labors, which and Warren returned Monday froma
r1lE. is an unusual occurrence. visit in DeLand with her aunt, Miss

.*- The very few petty crimes which Curry, and daughter, Miss Annie

the defendants plead guilty were Bell.Mrs.

:! perpetrated by non-residents of this W. C. Howes returned from

y; county, and of the two true bills pre- DeLand and Lake Helen last Friday,

[a sented by the grand jury the same bringing Miss May with her for a ; THE

p can be said. few days' rest. .

.j This speaks volumes for Brevard The Rev. H. H. Jones was unableto

and be with us Sunday afternoon on HOT WEATHER tQ '
as a law-abiding COLD WEATHER
Judge Jones took occasion to refer account of the extreme lateness of CATARRH. i CATARRH
the train, and many were disap-
F to the fact in his remarks to the
pointed, though knowing it could
# grand jury. Affects the Affects the
not be helped.
This agreeable and highly creditable f, jf =?: '
The here is Stomach"Kidneys Head
season practically over, ,
of affairs is due in
state a great
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Duddleson and '
.f measure to the watchful care and Mrs. Trotter and little girl, the last --- h Throat,

.;{ alertness of our worthy sheriff,J. P. of the guests at the Barker House, Bowels, .7..' Lungs,
Brown, whose constant endeavor is leaving Monday.Mr. .

,. for the peace and welfare of his and Mrs. W. A. Warnock arrived Pelvic ,l tf.umJf. a B :< Bronchial

county. in Eldora Tuesday and will remain Organs. : lfJ 1:9 Tubes. -
The financial condition of Brevardis till Saturday, when they will -
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also better now than ever before. go south. Their trip is purely busi- 1 l I

A statement in regard to this will ness and necessarily hurried by the Catarrh is recognized all over the civilized world as

appear in the general presentmentof continued illness of Mrs. DeGrauw, formidable disease. In the United States alone two
the grand jury, which will be who, we are sorry to say, does not a ,

1 published in THE STAR next week. improve. hundred thousand people have catarrh annually. In
Congratulations extended to
f Mr. and Mrs. G. Barton are Cooper, who other countries the ratio of victims is as great.
A Rush of Bills
were married in Daytona last Sun- For many Pe=ru=na has held thd foremost
S No Florida legislature has ever day, by the Rev. Mr. Marsh. Mrs. years

dealt with the great variety of Cooper was formerly l\IissAda'Dj all, place as a standard remedy for catarrh.Pe .

remedial measures that will be proposed one of the Oak Hill young ladies.
=na is well=known in both the western and
at the coming session, and no Mr. and Mrs. Cooper will make their

k session has ever had so many plausible home at Mr. Day's young orange eastern hemispheres.
f K claims for the appropriation of grove near
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money as will be offered says a dis- Letter to A Fro8cherTitus'ilIt Long-distance telephone connection'

patch sent out from Tallahassee last was established Wednesday mornin; THE ;
>, Fla.
Saturday.It by the Southern Bell Telephone Com
Dear Sir: Why do people =en'l l us Mich between
pany Tampa and Jackson-
would not therefore be surprising tales as thin? CONTINENTALATLANTIC
I) (i Smith, Madron, Fla, 11:1.1, hismother's ville.
if the legislature, which con-
!house painted Dexoe 11 years I :
of next week and the home looks better \V..klyV..ath.r Report.
venes on Tuesday ,goes ati, today
s than other house punted with other BEACH: FLA.
into the record-smashing business. IT.8.DKPARTMKNTOFAbRlCCLTCBrWfATfc: I
paint :3or 4 years ago. KRBUBFAU.JtrrrrR .
4' : Mention has already been made of They arc frill of goodwill for I\\oe.
Your* truly. Fn, Vfh 21;' iw.Comptrative i
r, some of the more important meas- \V"pEVorA.Co i
statement of temperaturesand I NOW OPEN
ures to be considered. These are 28 New York.P. rainfall for the week ending Tuesday.: I i
S. Ja- l'ritrliarll)0: eli
known in advance of the session, and i our paint. 1517 111\1\>tt

DATE ;\I\\. MIT "x.IIS..I I
there is no telling how many bills The Real Reason M(15.20. Sit W I'll 0 5.1 Schedules Convenient

te are up theslee\esof members, who Dade, Hillsborough, Marion and ".. 21.,1! ; W; fil Iii Leave Jacksonville 9:45 am 2:00 pir; 46:00 pm 7:14 pm
22sl tt' 73 49 Arrive Atlantic Beach 10:28 3.45 6.55 6
.. am pm pm :09p m
think it better policy to wait until Volusia are afflicted with the county .. 23 bl 67 74 tilt .
24 "$2 i5 77
fit Returning
: they are on the ground before re- division disease, or, to put it a little 25. t 84 W> 7<> 6.,
Leave Atlantic Beach '6.15 am 7:30 am: 11:35 am 5:15
26..1 C j:1 66 pm
vealing their in to West Palm Beach St.
regard differently
purposes Total rainfall for tin week 02 inches. Arrive Jacksonville 7.00am 8.10am: 12.20pm 600pm
J legislation.It Petersburg, Dunellon and Daytona Departure rainfall forthe week miss hi I :
inches. Daily except Sunday. All other trains daily.

is certain that there will be a want to be county seats.-Tampa Departure rainfall since Jan 1st minis I I FIn ospy local: time>card and other information call Dn any at.' nt of the F. E.C.1ailaay :.
franchise tax bill which will be opposed i Tribune. 1.00 inches. H. P.llARDIX. : or rrommmucate with II E. Bemis, Atlantic.r Fla.

by a strong lobby. There will I' Rotten Official in Charge. I I
I Telegraph Service
t be an immigration bill, a school book E:1itnrfTIIE'LORID.. STAR. miYiiYiYim
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Always Keep Clunnb..rlaha'tJ Cough
uniformity measure, a revision of 1:4'm"-l
I The Western Union Telegraph ser- sly in the house
: the tax assessment law, a good roads vice at this place is simply lotttn. "We would not I he aithoutChamber-

bill, a bill for an appropriation fort I Two messages sent to Sanford, on I liin's Cough: IfemeiU: It i* kept on
an annex to the state capitol and' important business, within a few hand (fontiniiillv in our home," says I TJ P1posFertilizers
W. V. Kearney, editor of the Imlependent .
state arsenal, a bill for increasingthe days, do not how deliver). One sent Lowrv Cit, Alt That io just what R4'
appropriation for public education this week to Jacksonville, ordering every family should ,]lo. When kept at _
hand ready for nf, a(,.ld mar, be
a bill for the taxation of the goods, was delivered next day at 4 c"hei'ked at the outset: and eared in mmeh

1 fish and game industry and the appointment p. m. These messages were paid for less time than after it ha! bei-om wltlM Fifty years' experience throngh three :;
in advance, and should have legiti- in the sjetem This remedv i!!al:o without i generations
of a fish and game com- of the ;;
a peer for ronp in children, and will ipresent i Mapes family.
mate Where
missioner, a bill for the creation of is the redress the attack When ri\en i ti! MH>II a- \V e are a household word all over fair Florida. :;
? If service could not be per- the child become hoarse, or even after i
the position of state librarian, and formed it should have been stated the croupy tough ap|>earh! ;('hcan onl I| : Our thirtieth year in the stat,. '
for the of h l'If done when the. rented i+ kept at. ""
employment special Our
one and no fee charged. As the matter 'hand.; For Nile by lied Cross Pharmacy ': goods safety,: reliability and ::
counsel for the railroad commission now stands, all you have to do is to profit for the grower. : ;

I and a civil engineer for the railroad pay the money, and that is the end FLIES: FLIES: j No dangerous compounds. :

commission. These may be enumerated of it. C. COLLINS. I Ask for
Flies breed di'-ease, thev come from our agents pamphlets and find the
as only a few, and nearly all of water closets, stables and sewer, and reason why you onght to buy goods.
I' Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch. Ring light on your food. Flies contain di ea>e. I
them call for special appropriations. Worm,Herpes Itch Barber germs says Dr. McCormick of the state

t That many of them represent a need board of health of Kentnckv Sticky flypaper : Agents ; E. L. Brady & Bro. TitusvilleJ.
All of these diseases are attended by is one of the best methods of killIng ,
.4 now existing that should be supplied intent itching, which is almost instantly flies, but it is expensive. M. Sanders, Cocoa Jos. Paxton, Rockledge
I t. cannot be denied but it remains relieved by applying ChRml rlain'1I8alve Why not make yonrown fly paper? A A. T. Patillo, Osteen F.
and by its continued us. a permanent hundred sheets cost! only a few cents;you Bergmann, Merritt;;
with the legislature to say if these cure may be effected. It has, in fact, can make for your neighbors;but two ingredients E. R. Provost, Lotus
l .: needs shall be supplied or if they cured many cases that had resisted all used. Full directions mailedfor
other treatment. Price 25c. per box. HX 2 cents stamps, address to-day, I r-
shall wait. For sale! by Red Cros Pharmacy. .Allen Supply Co., Mobile, Ala. lm wnm"mMWM.W1mWN




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Beautiful Florida,I praise thee In rhyme, :

i :1; *TO{ FAIR ,FLORIDA The TczhinqCold God clime.rarely Las blessed/ your warm sunny

It never grows old with the passing years

r ..f h1t.ts. Being Don* Towards the De- HabitThe But in all of its prime ever appears. RU
Beautiful flowers that abound everywhere, aT
t : .f Telopment of the Peninsula
; it l k I With odors so fragrant, beauty so rare
, : !: Seems as if fairies had planted them there
i1f The Dade County Fair. By springing to life without human care.
.. old cold goes; a new one
i4 (Miami Metropolis.) Birds are singing from orange scented
quickly comes. It's the storyof bowers. a'akint Powder
f .'t The tenth annual Dade County Fair,
# a weak' throat, weak lungs, Whilst I sit by Indian river for hours.
!f: which closed Saturday, was a further Shaded by the tall, graceful, moss covered
-- aB. '\., and complete demonstration of the a tendency Ito consumption. palm. #

ii 'l:# great possibilities and productiveness Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Wild ducks floating near me fearing no
,i of the soil in this particular section at breaks: up the taking-cold habit. harm. ABSOLUTELY PURE

'' -C: this particular season of the year; also It strengthens, soothes, heals. Myself enraptured with these splendors so !

it : ?i a testimonial to the thrift and progress Ask your doctor about it. rare.There's DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF
: '" .-if of the hundreds who are profiting by no dream so sweet, no country so
The best kind oi testimonial
a fair.
"t the advantage taken of the opportunities -, .'Soid for over sixty years." My heart's wish that this enchantment TARTAR BAKING POWDERit

." ,'Y'- presented them. I' > ..LL ,..... might last t
The exhibits of vegetables and fruits x'a'abw'm.a.Taact urea Till the soul freed to Paradise has passed. foes nor contain an atom of phos-
f were the best ever shown in this or. A > SAKSAPAKILLA.PIUS. MRS.J.W.TAYLOK.
Xg any other similar fair or exposition; In yers HAIR .VIGOR.n phatlc add(which is the product of bones

4 c the .State. They were of all sorts W.have secreti! We publish New York Quotations.The digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum :
3 and all varieties, and grown, as they tho formula of mil our medicine following New York quotationson which
( Is one-third
sulphuric acid) unhealthful -
were, in the dead of winter, afforded Keep the bowels regular with Ayer's Florida products are given by The ,
s an exhibit to be produced and had In P-- lust o ,.. rill each night. Packer of Saturday: 1- substances adopted for other baking

no portion of the State or county but Florida oranges are becoming I powders because of their cheapness. 1 .
;? : this. It was a display of which Dade CELERY IN FLORIDA. scarcer each week, and anything
t.,'_ County can and should feel proud, (Bartow Courier-Informant.) fancy brings a good price. Sales of i

' 1- and one that must do it a great good. The Atlantic Coast Line Railway fancy Indian Rivers are made almostas HIil
But this was not all displayed and has issued a handsome illustrate the seller wills, $5 being about top. lag at $L25 to $2.25. appeal to the Supreme Court.

to be seen at the fair. The exhibit of car4 describing the development of Some small lots, when strictly fancy, Cucumbers, when fancy, sell up to His attorney, Hon. W. Hunt Harris, '

preserved fruits, etc., was most in- the celery industry along its line in have exceeded this figure. Most salesof $4The range is from $2 to $4. was notified of the desire of his client

;;; viting. There was hardly a fruit Indigenous Florida. It is a wonderful story, and Indian Rivers are made from $2.25to Eggplants were weaker. They are and on his arrival at the courthouse
to this section not presented shows the capabilities in even a single $450. Russets sell from $2 to $3 quoted at $2 to $3. entered a plea of guilty in open court. 4t..
in some form of preserved delicacy, i line of industry of the "coming State"of Tuesday at auction several small lots String beans were in lighter re- Judge Bethel took into consideration 1

showing to what degree of perfectionthe the South. of Florldas were sold. A line of ceipt and higher. They sell from $2 the fact that a sentence of three

people of Dade County have progressed Among other statements that will brights brought from $1.60 to $2.10. A to $4.50. i years in the penitentiary is already e

in preserving. Only those who be of interest to the South and of line of choice sold from $1.50 to $2.30.A I awaiting him, and made his sentence '

saw the exhibits can fully appreciatethem. astonishment to the people of the line of Indian Rivers sold from $2.85 A Baby I t on this offense one year in the county
should be sunshine in the home and
North is that "Florida produces more to $1.85. ,
will be if i it White's
you give Cream Ver the
The fair whole has since than Union. The market Is firm fancy attorneys for the prosecution -
4; as a long celery any State In the very on mifuge, the greatest worm medicine ever
: come to be an annual institution in Sanford, Palatka, Bartow, Lakeland, grapefruit. While the top quotationis offered to suffering humanity. This rem- the prisoner stated that others
Dade County, and is chief among its St. Petersburg and Tbor City are the held at $5.50, some lots of real edy is becoming a permanent fixture ofwell had aided him In the work and hal

valuable assets. It was originatedand leading shipping points. From these fancy fruit have sold around $6 and with children regulated can't hon get hol along J9. without A mother a participated in the proceeds, but he- f

is conducted as a private enter points were shipped last season over $6.50. The quotation on average linesis bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge in the refused to divulge the names of his ac-

prise; private, because the greater 150,000 ,crates, or 600 carloads, nlued from $2.50 to'$-1. Much of the fruit house. It is the purest and best medi- complices.If .

. portion of the expense, all of it, t U at about $300,000." offering is too large, the sizes running28s cine Cross that can buy. Sold by Red I he follows his desire to withdrawthe

: :w fact, except special premiums, is Michigan no longer bears the palm and 36s. Buyers are very discrim- I appeal to the Supreme Court, the I
case will have ended with the trial '
1 borne by Mr. H. M. Flagler, who saw for celery production, and Kalamazoo inating and they are partial to me- .
Joe Curry Pleads Guilty. just finished.
'It in it a means of advertising and developing stands second to South Florida.A dium and small sizes, from 46s to 64s.

.f-. the possibilities of this new Florida pines are scarce; 24s are In (Key West Citizen.) 110.'.Tbl.f

4 and greatest section of the State. Turtle Story. best demand, and they sell at 44 to Surprises follow each other
very We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for
,: "Countless thousands pf tourists and (Miami Metropolis.) $4.50; 30s are bringing $3.50 to $4; rapidly in the Joe Curry case. A few any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by

strangers have attended It, and there What is believed to be the largest 36s, $3 to $3.50, and 42s, $2 to $2.50. days ago the attorneys for the defense Hill's F.Cata J. CHENEY rh Cure.& CO., Props, Toledo,0.

learned facts about Dade County that and only tortoise shell turtle ever The strawberry market opened up were amazed at a demand on his part We, the undersigned have known F. J. I

/ could be put before them and brought captured and brought into this port in good shape :Monday. There were a for trial on the pending charges and Cheney perfectly for honorable the last 15 in years all ,business and believe transac-him

\ to their attention in no other manner. was taken last Saturday by Captain lot of berries on dock which got in too they were surprised again Tuesday tions and financially able to carry oat any obligations 4

? Hundreds have taken advantage of the Charles Thompson, of the yacht Bar- late for Saturday's market, and while morning when he volunteered to plead made by their firm.WEST& .
V inducements so clearly set forth, and racouta. many of them were soft and molded guilty to the informations filed, and WALDUNG, KI SAN & MABVIN Druggists, Wholesale Toledo. iiII
r- not a one has found cause to regret The mobster weighed about 300 buyers, it seems were berry hungry, expressed a desire to withdraw his Druggists Toledo,0.Hall's .
the Hundreds of others will and they took the supplies at good Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act-
same. pounds and was a source of much ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces -
follow their example, and in the end curiosity at the Royal Palm dock. : prices. Total offerings were about 200 Cure Blood,Skin Di_.Cancer,Greatest of the system. Price 75e. per bottle.Sold

Dade County will reap that reward of .Senator J. N. Camden, owner of the open crates, and they sold from 23c Blood Purifier Free by Hall's all druggists.Family Pills Testimonials are the

honor and distinction as the richest Barracouta, is having the turtle prepared to 45c with heavy sales from 35c to
If blood is thin diseased
your impure, ,
'*. and most productive county In the 45c. Tuesday there were only 95 df3TORIA..
: and mounted by Taxidermist hot or full of humors if you have blood
'' State-a place that Is justly her own. Dickinson and will add it to his collection crates received by the Pennsylvania poison, cancer, carbuncle, eating sores, Beui tb Kind Yes Hare Always Bost

of water curios taken in this and they sold generally at 40c to 50c scrofula, eczema, itching, mines! and Signature! ct: 1/p. .
:; a An Important Decision. vicinity. for Klondikes and 3oc: to.40c for Lady bumps scabby, pimply skin, bone pains, cf .
catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or _
An opinion of some importance and --- ------ --- ----
Sunday, while at Soldier Key and Thompsons. skin disease take Botanic Blood BalmB.
Interest was filed in the Supreme out in a dory, Captain Thompson sawa There were light receipts Thursdayand ( B. B.) Soon all sores heal, aches and JAMES C. SPELL
Court at Tallahassee last week in the loggerhead turtle the bottom Friday, and on both days most pains stop and the blood is made pure .
on and rich. Druggists or by 1 and
: express per Physician Surgeon
case of the Western Union Telegraph and being without grain or hare offerings, both open crate and refrigerators large bottle. Sample free by writing
;v:% Company, plaintiff in error vs. John poon, he dived overboard and cap- sold from 43c to 55c; some Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. P. B 'Phone 17TITUSVILLE i
?* Milton, Jr., defendant in error, Jackson I tured the denizen, the turtle and man lots reached 60c. Some berries received is especially advised for chronic, deep
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seated it after all else fails. FLA.
cases, as cures ,
r 4 County. having an exciting battle In the water Friday had been too long in

.- John Milton Jr., the defendant in before the latter triumphed. It was transit and were worthless.The .

\ error had brought suit against the brought back to the city and found to Florida vegetable market shows o o o o oooooooooooooooc
i ; Western Union Telegraph Company weigh 190 pounds. improvement in some lines. Lettucehas

'j"- for failure to correctly transmit aif been in good demand and fancy 9o

'$: message sent by him to a brokerage Some time during Tuesday night I stock has been very active, selling up
,f- firm In Pensacola stating that he hade ten prisoners confined in the Marion to $3: to $3.25.: Inferior stock sold Nursing baby? 4
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purchased lea bales of cotton for County jail at Ocala made their es down to $1. Receipts have been running g
,, them. Through a mistake the number cape. As told by the Ocala Star it is from 1,000 to 2,000 packages It's a heavy strain on mother. '

<4 given in the message delivered not known at what hour the prisoners daily.

,"j/ was 125 bales. Milton claimed an ac- escaped but it is surmised that it Tomatoes are coming now in car Her system is called upon to supply 0:

|t. tual loss of $133.50 through the error, was early In the night. Jailer Smith lots. The market weakened when cOt nourishment for two. tCtI

'l and brought suit for $500 damages. was away at the time. The prisoners: they began to grow plentiful. This

and was awarded a judgment for broke through one cell and let all the week $:.25 was the top price secured I : Some form of nourishment that will :p
other prisoners in that cell, and then
| $133.50, with interest. Sales were made as low as $1.50. The
t The telegraph company claimed that got out into the corridor and soon stock is not coming so good this 0 be easily taken up By mother's system 0o

: it was not liable for the damages, broke a hole in the brl!k work of the week. The quality is deteriorating is needed. 0o

f. the contract upon the blanks used fort wall, and they were free, with only showing effects of the dry weather. <>

messages stipulating that the company the frail stockade fence separatingthem : Celery has been in liberal supply. Scott'r Emulsion contains the <

.( is not liable for mistakes and from liberty, and this proved no Wednesday there were six cars received -
delays In messages not repeated. The hindrance. The prisoners who did the by the Pennsylvania. Medium .0 greatest possible amount of nourish *

t-_ opinion of the Supreme Court pr?- breaking out in some way became possessed crates sold at $2 to $2.50; large crates : ment in easily digested form. !<

; pared by )lr. Justice Whitfield of a short piece of iron, with from $2.50 to $2.75; small, $1.50 to $2. *.
which one of the bars of the cell was I Wednesday there was a car in from ?
affirmed the opinion of the Circuit Mother and baby are wonderfully
t: I broken and another bent, and big
"The failure a the Manatee section which was not ''
court :
Court. The says
transmit : bole was soon made. The ce'ls of the properly refrigerated and it was helped by its use. .'
of a telegraph company to : t -
jail were never considered safe, and greatly damaged that I ttjr. -
and deliver a correct copy of a message :;-: en route so : I 'I
t received for transmission is a seem to be more or less weakened some of the stock had to be sold very j ALL DRUGGISTS: 5Oc:. AND $1.00 j,. t
F with and rust.
: cheap.
and ren .
failure to properly
r! ovrCtoaCtOOO n (; OO<'OOo-c-tCt
der a service undertaken and is a Met'ple&IODt'1i8 Cabbage is in free supply, selling I
from $::.;0 to $3 barrel crate.
law for per
breach of duty imposed by Disorders! of the stomach produce a
k which the company is liable in damages nervon condition and often prevent Peppers are plentiful and are sell- ROBBINS EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
fi thereby, sleep. Chambt r'ain's Stomach and Liver .
to the person
i Tablets stimulate the dises-tive organs;, AppealA G. P.DUREN,Agent,
I .; unless the failure is legally excused, restore the system to a healthy condition humane citizen of Richmond, In.l.. \ GRAHAM :
or unless the liability is affected by and make sleep possible. For sale by Mr. U. Williams, 107 West Main :St.: 1 x Efta
Red Cross Pharmacy. says: "I appeal to all persons with weak .. = Florida I and
a valid stipulation. --- lung to take Dr King's Sew Discovery, (Incorporated Paid jp Capital 25,000.00 __ k.
the only remedy that has helped me and I ..
Remedy for Babies I -
I A Favorite This! company owns! lands
fully to the proprietor's recom
comes up WesternMeats t
and cures in the Indian River Q l
i- :. Its pleasant taste prompt CASTOR mendation." It eaves more live than >nn- -,
have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy all other remedies put together. Used asa try on the St. Lncie River,
with the mothers of mall at New River, and on Biscayne '
t a favorite For Infants and Children. cough; and cold cure the world over. )
children. It quickly cures their coughs Cures asthma, bronchitis, cronp, whooping Bay. ,
and colds: and prevents! any danger oft TIll Kind You Haw Always Bought rough quinsy, hoarseness and PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES \ {
: pneumonia or other serious consequences.It phthisic, stops hemorrhages of the lungs of all Kinds.
but when given Send for landlist. \
cures croup,
only Guaranteed
not Bears thSignature and builds them up. at Red 1
8a won as the croupy cough appears will of I Cross Pharmacy. oOc. and f 1.00. Trial OFFICES .
prevent the attack. For sale by Red I bottle free. TITCSVILLE \: MIAMI.. 'TITC VILLE. FLORIDA.
CroflB Pharmacy. I

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t quality. Geraniums and lilies were J''

matured three weeks ahead of time. Over-Work Weakens
It was shown moreover, that even on Your Kidneys ) BOTTLE rbtr
sunny days the use of acetylene reinforced -

} .. the rays of sunlight and Unhealthy KIdneys Make' Impure Blood

If you karen't a regular,he*!t>iy movement the hastened the ripening process.
F 'boweU T nr day,you're LU or will b Keep youjoweta Vegetarians Beat Meat caters I All the blood in your body passes through UWhiskeyFI1LL
open,and be well, force,in th shape of :
R t1ol.ntphyaieorpill poison U dinner-.. The The result of a series of endurance your kidneys once every three minutes. l\\
smoothest,eaaiett most perfect way of keepiof The kidneys are your I
the.bowel(clew u4 clean U to toteCATHARTIC tests conducted by Professor Irving'Fisher I j P ; blood purifiers they filter m
of Yale was announced. j
Forty- the
nine persons were examined, including impurities in the blood. 6 Full Quarts For oi

students, physicians, nurses and in- If they are sick or out
structors, and the tests were such as .I ef order,they fail to do Carolina Whiskey/"* ?
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their work.
holding out the arms as long as possible l
Pains aches and rheumatISm Carolina Whiskey will give excellent aatufaction. It well aged
knee and r
deep bending leg raising far superior to the decoctions and mi*: -
article and in our estimation
with subject lying on his back. Professor come from ex- ''I'i! i 1 tares sold by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at $J.OO to $3.50 :
cess of uric acid in the 'I f CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
I n I pereaUon. We make*special price on
Fisher says that the non esh blood,due to neglected i I I, I that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Our pUnts cover fourteen ,-'
eaters have greater endurance than kidney trouble. acres,making us the largest mail order whiskey hoe le in the world. if'

Py= ,I those accustomed to the ordinary Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady '"
:4 b PI....." Palatable Potent. Taste Good Do American dielEmanations heart beats and makes one feel as though fl I P 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. Send us $2.? and we
Good N.T r Sl M cents box. Write for free sample and book of Metals.
per in of each
let health. Address 423 over-working pumping thick, kidney- will include in same box complimentary,a sample bottle .
oa Professor Gruhn of Berlin has 12 Year Old \.bite Corn. -i'
published poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It Zullcu. "Gold Band" and Casper's
F4 Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York.
details of his latest experiments used to be considered that only urinary
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN demonstrating his theory that metals troubles were to be traced to the kidneys I I SPECIAL NOTICEI We deliver the above express but Pr easterners<-pw anywherein living- Z
1 North Carolina. Virginia and West Virginia
_ have characteristic smells, notwithstanding but now modem science proves that nearlyall in other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies
that many authorities have constitutional diseases have their begin- must remit fiOc. extra. Buyers east of Mississippi Rivet residing on l
ning In kidney trouble.If some other express lines most send $195 for the quarts and 3 sample
I. SCIENTIFIC'' held that such bodies are absolutely} you are sick you can make no mistakeby bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address:
inodorous Inasmuch as they do not RoanoKe Va.
first doctoring your kidneys. The mild 3 THE CASPER CO., Inc.. ,
{ Against Pasteurizing Milk. lose anything of their own weight Inthe and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's (L..wiwt.a Omirm,S.C.) owaers.r. U.S.Kegtateml DI.UIM7.eo SOS,sib DIaL,Ta.
first experiment Iierr.Gruhn shows Swamp-Root the t Ail vkiikte* Bud* Br MrerrWn .., V. S. oncm ..4 gwrutcMl ,w u ,
t Professor BehrlnR, the famous Ber- great remedy l Pan Food cad Wag L.T.
that a piece of copper, tin or other soon realized. It stands the highest for its I
lin specialist on pulmonary diseases Is
metal at all times gives off an odor. wonderful cures of the most distressing cases -
the Pasteur
quoted as opposing systemof
milk. He condemns also but> which most persona cannot detect and is sold on its merits The climate of the East Coast of Floridais
by all druggists in fifty-
but when the heated
the sterilization of milk and the boil- above a lamp they same give off readily are distinguishable cent and one-dollar sizes. : t3 ; F,,.,.. nearer perfection than that of any
of water to render them Innocuous. '
Ing You may have'sample a __
lIe says that boiled milk is unsuitable mt.''r the heatings ; bottle by mail Home of Swam -Roo&. other place on earth. *
continued( for an hour or so the free also pamphlet telling how to find
food for Infants and that the boilingof you
water kills the elements intended by smell decreases until equal to that in out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
a cold state. If continued the odor Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
s nature for the making of bone and
to be ft. Co., Binghamton N. Y.
ceases appreciable. It is -
sinew. True protection for those
Inferred that the vaporized matter Don't make any mistake but rememberthe
use the milk of cows In his opinion Is
is not identical with the metal it- name Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's Sw amp-
;. the production of healthy crows..x self. Root and the address. Binghamton, N. Y.,

National Funeral For Berthelot.The on every bottle.
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French chamber of depute adjourned New York Quotations.The .
'\ Tuesday out of respect for he I Young Boy Tries to Wreck Train

memory of the celebrated chemist. M. following New York quotations For some time past the Atlantic $ / ,

Berthelot who was foreign minister In on Florida products are given by the Coast Line's passenger train, northbound
the bourgeois cabinet Professor Ber
New York Packer of Saturday: at intervals has been Il I11
; thelot died upon hearing the news of
his wife's death, and the two will be Fancy Indian River oranges are "chunked" by unknown parties, and

buried together. The newspapers all lest Friday night a flagman was severely s
ringing fancy prices, and dealers are OnupnE
agree that France has lost her greatest hurt right near theOhio Ave- '
only sorry that there are so few of 1
scientist a man second only to Pas- sue crossing. Obstructions have been

teur In the service rendered to human- them coming. While they are quotable placed on the track In North Live 1

ity. He Is credited with baring pavedthe at $3.50 to $4.50, it is not unusualfor Oak but no train has been derailed. f
way for or given practical utilityto Ya1nae1ijy
saccharin acetylene gas and smokeless $5 and even $5.50 to be realized on Last evening Deputy Sheriff Bailey

lie the was put Into a box car and the car
powder. reduced componeat real fancy lots. Other lines sell from
value of foodstuffs and placed pushed on a siding to nearly the limit
$2 up.
within the bounds of possibility the of the Atlantic Coast Line yards. Here

i ... substitution of chemical forms of nourIshment There is a wide range In prices secured he watched closely, and discovered a

; for those supplied by nature. for grapefruit. Real fancy small boy tearing off the route cards

Color Blind Artists. fruit which Is not In heavy supply, tacked on the cars and then the lad

That artists are apt to be color blind sells veil, and it is an easy matter to picked up some old scraps of Iron

just the same as other men Is the conclusion urn big lots of this quality around $5
and placed them upon the track In and the famoas Onnge Groves, rinrapjle Plantations,

announced by Dr. Edward A. per box and small lots even higher. three different places. After doing Cocoanut Groves and Vegetable Farms of the -ountr) tributary to

April Ayres Century.In an Important',After testing paper the for color the Them is a lot of stuff on the market, this, he went to the switch and attempted IXDIA5 RITES, LAKE WORTH and BISCATXE BIZ

low-ever, that has to move at mucn to break and turn it but
sense of a large number of colorists Ire reached from Jacksonville via the

engravers and illustrators Dr. Ayres ower prices, and for some undesirable failed. He then went on to the top FLORIDA EAST COAST RAIL11 AT.l .

; t found an average of one In twenty-two stuff it is hard to find an outlet of the hill, lay down on the embank

color blind, although as a class they it any price. Common to prime fruit ment, and was evidently awaiting the R r ,tI

were quicker to recognize varying ;ells rom $1.50 to $3 per box. It coming of the passenger train, which r $:
t shades. However, if an artist's eyes at I
seems that there is a lot of fruit was due in a few minutes. Deputy
birth do not possess all color seeing
coming that was affected by the
Sheriff Bailey then emerged from tba
I cones he cannot develop them by culti-
'reezx There is, also a lot of big
vation. car and removed the obstructions, anJ e

Fishes Hear and Talk. fruit which while sound, is hard to subsequently had them brought tc A V

move at anything like fair values.
r A from Paris that town. Any one of these obstructions
dispatch states at
$ For of beautiful book "Etit Coast of Florid tat
{ copy ;* map of
k the next meeting of the Academy of Pineapples are doing better. Some would have derailed a train, and d"S Peninsular Florida, and other information, rnddnsiJ.B.PABEOTT

Sciences a palter written by Professor operators this week had in a lot of might have caused great loss of life. dY 1.P.BICK\nrn, 1.D. B1II5EB,

Koellickeb, director of the zoological new Floridas" of good quality which The trainmaster of the Atlantic Coast r Tln-ProU t,..:!I..... Tnflc Xu.,.... I..6.t.A.
laboratory at Naples will be read describing sold up to $4.23 for 24s, :COs bringing
Line was here to direct operationsagainst ST. ATJGCSTI\iC. FLA.WINCHMTR.
the experiments which he $3.50: and SCs $3. the would-be train wreckers, -

made with a special microphonograph Receipts of lettuce have been run
and when the reported
deputy con-
In connection with fi he5. These experiments -
be claims, prove that fish: ning from 3,000 to 4,000 packages per clude that the lad was too young to

emit a certain humming, enabling them ,' day and it has been selling from 50c prosecute, and sent the deputy to the

t to communicate with each other. to $:2 per basket. Average bEst boy's father with instructions to whip ""' s .

.j Forester Pinchot on Floods. i brands have been selling around $1.50 him severely, in his presence and if. .\-

Gifford Pinchot. chief of the forest I to $2. Some lots coming have been to hencefol keep him off the compln"s ........,'...;...{";- ,. .....-....,,' "i;.,
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d s service, in an interview at Washington worthless. There Is much complaint right of way, or criminal 1f. \'; I'f ._... -,
said that the great flood which bad the the deliveries y ., ..,
over way made by prosecution would certainly follow ."l. ,- ; '
visited the upper Ohio valley was duet tht Adams Express Company show i The ( "': -
up. lad lives with his parents jus Loaded Black Powder Shells
primarily to the cutting of the
In many instances the bottom of the; north
U of the city conies here to school,
forests! on the water sheds in the heart $ q
baskets are torn off, and the buyerslet and uses the railway to walk to anti '

mountains.of the Allegheny Originally these damaged packages severely from town. His extreme youth will ..."" ", t. ,. '\ 'r-'"=;''' Shoot Strong and Evenly,

.,' i these mountain I Ir 'ilone. probably save him from prosecution, J".,, : ''. !""' Are Sure Fire,

r I slopes contained fine : Florida cabbage is selling at $=.i;; but it is to be hoped his parents will ,. };" :f\ '

I I hardwood hemlock I to $3 per barrel crate. Receipts have hereafter control him. He was plain.Iy m- ; ,: -:".t\; -1 Will Stand Fdauing.., I
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and forests, r
.u pine not been excessive. caught In the act yesterday, and
I : the which together undergrowth with, Celery is selling from $l.T; to $2.50. for the safety of the public he i'1\ ..// .{( } r' They Ahveys Get The: Q- l1C.

according to size of crate. There is a > severely disciplined. DI put:,
hold back the ,
: :'r r" :
I fairly active demand. Sheriff Bailey deserves crnriit: for the I 'K ,t. 1"s Foe C"" ... "
I rains aul: melting: ......'. E.I' .'. ., 'J"-."-. J
rt .
{ snow} that: daugerons String beans are in liberal supply admirable manner in which he wor! i\f";!,11 '..': 't. 'h) iJ

1 Hoods seldom oc- and sell usually around $2.50: and on the case.-Live Oak : __ :_ ___' ..1. .... Tq !

Gifford Pinchot cjrml. The wholesale $2.75. Peas sell around $:..50 to $1. I

I I. cutties:: of this timlier had so denuded New Florida tomatoes are arrivingin t

I the bills!: that when heavy rainsI small lots. They sell around $3: ; f:
I co-Incident with snow thaws occurred] (IChamber1ahi'$4k OF SEA ROUTES.IIerchants
f fancy selling at $::.:0. Inferior sell QUEEN
: : quantities: of water were precipitated
down to $1.50.P'ppers .
1 i. s late the streams! and these, emptying 1

j into the rivers, caused the disastrous are In fair supply and sell

I 1 flOOth which: In recent years have doneso from $2 to $3.Ileaith. ,

cinch damage to property and -- -- - l \ & Miners Trans. Co's
caused: so touch loss of life. The remedy in the Canal r.amr

ia his opinion! would 1.(' in the re- The liiahv.i:
panting of forests and their eonservation temptation to our young artisans to j' inf $ } STEAMSHIP: LINESBETWEEN

l' ; on a scientific plan of forest cnI- \ !
i the foreeof killed workman iiftttal! to --- -
a ture. 1 1'( ,
CtJUHn1t"t the Panama canal. Many .
Aids Plant Growth. I : ; ( BALTIMORE
Acetylene SAYAHHAH )
restrained, however, by the fenrof fevers ,
How Professor: John Craig of Cornel \ J / :i ,
-0 and malaria. It is, the knowing one?- t." :....; 0 ,\a. ; aaor-a s r..r.ewwr
university in a long series of expertmeiits -
those who have need! KJectrir Hitter?, -Direct Connections for --
discovered that of artificial II-
)iM lurninants none i Is so closely akin to who go there without this fear, well Cough RemejyiThe ]
Washington{ New York and Boston.
sunlight at the rays of acetylene gas knowing they are wife fr.m 'malarious ,

J is reported by W. T. Walsh in the: influence with Electric Hitter* on hand Children's Favorite

1 April TecHnical World Magazine. By Cures blood: poison too. liilion neweakness ,!', ---CCRES--- Through tickets sale at
:: on I'l'incipalloint .
Coughs Colds Croup andWhooping )
j using this Illuminant at all times when and I all !stomach liver and kid ,

i r the sun was not on deck either at Hey troubles iuaranteed by Red Cross Cough. Accunimoilations and cuiM"ih unsurpassed

night or on cloudy days Professor Pharmacy. 50o. ..remedy I* f amon- for it<=rure-over SEND FOR BOOKLET.
i ------ large part of the civilized mr1<1. It can
Craig forced the finest strawberries to Iwajs be d-peniird opno. It -"nt.--. n->
I C.A.S'L'ORIA: or other harmful Arcs >.f! be II. C. \ : ConiM
opium ; 11given -; AVERY Agent .Jarkoll\ idle.
maturity sixteen days ahead of the ,
Bean Hare AUaft' Big!; M confidently to a baby ax to an u uil
record and radishes In three-fourths ot Signature tie ctj' Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cts. J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.M., W. P. TURNIS, P. T. .[.,

t '. the usual; time without deterioration in of .........,.. GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD. _




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1 If Lake Jackson Dry.
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'" ::;0' f',,& 4. Tallahassee Democrat I a
!f" ( True )
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ti, ., ; .
; Last week all the water except that
: : lir 4 Why is it that the in a few necks of Lake Jackson and a F
: 1s ii::jJi<' small hole here and there in what was

, '! the lake, went out through one or

: !t more small openings or sinks, which CASTOR IA

fi_> Jj _,i LudwigPiano now only have small spring streams

. 1k'f' i' running into them, and many acres
which were formerly covered with

lake water are dry, except that the
bottom is all covered with a rich mud The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

11 j soil, many feet deep, that is as blackas in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of f! r
printer's Ink-and that is about and has been made under his per-
it 'f the richest in black. sonal supervision since its infancy. \'

it The lake is variously estimated to .. Al1ownoonetodecelveyoufntbls.AU .

1. is preferred by those,who are admittedly be from twelve to fifteen miles long Counterfeits, Imitations and"Just-as-good"are but

from point to point and from one to Experiments thai trifle with and endanger the health of
:, the best judges of tone? The answer is
S .1. five miles wide, when full of water, Infants and Children-Experience: against Experiment

5: fci* easy. It is because everyone who has and the water it contained went out .
: and into some subterranean channel, What CASTORIA
'1 i 1 played the Ludwig knows that in it or Into some large underground reservoir is :

In a very short while, thus drain Castoria a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Paregoric -
II .
\ is embodied artistic quality that
every ing for the time a large acreage of Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It ,
land, without the help of costly (contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
., it meets every demand of the expert required -
dredges, or calling on the drainage substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

I- for the truest: interpretation off funds of the Internal ImprovementBoard and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind '

for any assistance whatever, Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
music-that it possesses that inde- and another part of good old Leon is and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

dry, and that, too, without being both- Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep t
scribable, delicate charm which is difficult ered with "blind tigers" and without The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. t

!, to but which is cost for drainage.It .
: analyze, is worth any one's while to visit GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSctie
: that the scene and take a look at the holes
t by some musicians, who appreciate '
through which the waters of that large Signature of

it can correctly protray every varying lake have again disappeared, and ,
since last week large numbers have

t emotion, as the "soul" of the Ludwig. been going out there, and the fish .

that have been carried away and the

... dead fish that lie around all over the .
Sold by ground, was Immense-all kinds of

f fresh water fish, trout bream, mud or The Kind You Have Always Bought

black fish perch, suckers, cats, etc.,
f' Indian River
and men from even Gadsden Countywere
In Use For Over 30 Years.
l. there with nets getting fish as
if their lives depended upon It. TNt:CEIlTaUIl CO.A"Y.n MURRAY TMZT. MEW TOM CTPkSBAB
Music .
Twice before Lake Jackson Is said 'NoI.

to.have gone away from its beautiful

resting place in Just the same manneras

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAMr. It has done on this occasion, and

there is a great difference of opinionas

to how it becomes full again, and 9ARD
\ why it stays full. Some claim the
holes become stopped u'p and the lake
'fills from the beautiful hill country .AIRLINE RAILWAY.
.;. F. Herbert Wilson secretary of A Fast Train. '
... the Wilson Cypress Company, has "Is this a fast train?" asked a pas- all along its sides from overflow from -FOR-
., senger who was tired of looking at ft the Ocklocknee River while others
been nominated by a citizens' con station at which the train was not sup say the water comes back up through Savannah, Columbia.. Southern Pines; 1
Pal atka.I. .
i vention for :Mayor of
(. posed to stop. the: holes out of which it disappears.Listen .
"Of course it is," was the conductor'sreply. Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
j I. J. OA.STOR..A. .
1 ; Bear 60 Kind*You Alvtays B81" t Philadelphia New York
, : "I thought so. Would you mind my ,
18 ct: and remember the next time you suffer
i getting out to see r-bat Irs fast tor ------ --- -
from pain-ranged by damp'weatherwhen -
jour bursts from neuralgia -
Alice Koosevet'Weddingwas Don't ComplainIf -try Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
.f your chest pains and you are unable will cureon. A prominent man ofIlempstead SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.r
something to be recorded in the annals .
of bottle
to sleep because a cough. Buy a i, Texas writes: "I han used ,
of history. Herbine has been acknowledged of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and
jour liniment. Previous to using it I wasa
: : the greatest of liver regula you won't have any cough. Get a bottle
great sufferer from rheumatism and MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
tors. A positive cure for bilious head how and that rough will not last long A neuralgia.! I
aches, constipation chills and fever,and cure for all pulmonary diseases. Mrs.J am pleased to pay that nowI
I I free from these
am complaints.' I am
all liver romplains. J. C. Smith Little -, Galveston, Texas writes: "I can't ONLY LINE
I this
sure owe to liniment. &Idby
':.c .. Rock, Ark., writes: "Herbine is the sac enough for Ballard's Horehound Iced Cry Pharmai your. > Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Or.eaiis.
;(; greatest liter median known. have Sjrnp The relief it has given me is all y.
,. used it for >ears. It tlot'R! the work." that is necessary for me to say." Sold by
''';'' Sold by Pled Cro s Pharmacy. Red Cro s Pharmacy.I Found Big Phosphate Deposit. For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard agent or
R write to
-- -- --- -- At a meeting of the managers of A. O. :MAC>O LLL, S.C. P.OYLSTON,Jr.,

the Mutual Phosphate Company: Mr. Asst.General Passenger Agent, I'assengerAgent.

W. X. Camp, of Ocala, Mr. Armstrong, JACKSONVILLE, FLA
i' 4 _- -- _-- of Savannah, and Mr. Williams, of

Alachua, at the mines at Luratille, on
'IsJ3 Monday: it was decided to commence

'A Jtw dt1t. mining operations at the old Ocala rvr"Y,....-".....,.,. .....'_J'"" ...'_, _,...._ ......_. -_....J'"" -.....: "'"..... ,...''''-.
n .. .. ....
and Blut IU,cr plant at once, and to -- .rya + --

build one or two new plants where fl i = [
1 new deposits have been found.

4 I / ( P/ The new deposits found on this 1 Engraved Wedding l lEl =:
/4 property are said to be quite large

and the rock is of a higher; grade than

1 any ertyIt heretofore found upon this prop- InvitationsAnnouncements l

is now absolutely certain that

two of the largest phosphate mining
plants in the State will soon be in

operation in Suwannee County, giving '
: kt
employment to a large number of

Ii;, I I laborers. rI l and all kinds of t


:\Ir'l.' Windows! Footliingrup; habeen f.
j new! for over sixty years by million Address
of mother for their children whilrteeth-
1 l
tr ine, with perfrrt ?UC child!, M.ftrti" tliegums allays ail JMIII,
cure wind colic, and is the best reme\)h l lI
for !arrhut'a. It will relieve the foohttleMitltn'rimim'tlia'elj t1
S old j>\ dru.rUNintnHM -; r, si
i !part of the world Twenty -\
five VnT" i liottl IV -meand ask ti.rtr ll
":\ !'. \\'im.w'o! :vv ..tliin;: Syrup," and ::1 I --l I
tik-no ftt''r k'n'l. nnr3nti-*-l milkier ;
the food :n,1 l .Im." art, June :Oth, l'H>i.erimi .
:' Wi'li'; ,10'.1'Advice \. T"rRrss.lA. "T. *+r't. 4w-r.. r+Trs.-w. s.+ .,
i) _"'_,.._.'r".r 1 1 1 .",,._'1.' _-'J'. 11.1_ "' .. _,- ., ',..J-' _, "J .,.- _1 '.. _ly..-'.."; aE ar

For sale by the to the Aged.Age .
brings Infirmities such as sluggish -
bowels,weak" kidnejs and Madder Do You Want to Know All About the


j-eciallv regarding Finjt Jtrowmg! ,Trucking and R
General Farming If H, feuttnbe fur the._........ 4

TITUSVILLE, FLA. haves specific! effect on thc e organs, FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
stimulating the bowels,causing themto
perform their natural functions aj

I (9 to the kidnejs,bladder and LIVER. \I5RY P.ROU'V) Bii!'ine Manager:: :"q. Augustine, Fla.
--.i:. 't .. .... .{ Tbey are adapted to old and joung. h. \'. BJ.CJ.J.Editor.: :; :Mini:. ha.v .




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::.... '. ff K-LEPP-Practieal Sfcoeauker. Forty popular and could have handled many Picnic to Oceanus on ,Saturday.All JAMES PEITCHAED,President. W.SLBEOWN.Vice-PrealJjpt. ; '. i .
.tt t,i .y f""} experienee; 'rJ1 kind I of'repairing WINSTON S.BANNING Cashier. f
.; nioeindebeap; alsoladiea'an men's more people were there the accom invited bring your baskets and .
's :1 j Iboeettt Ae to Older., modations. This vicinity has every join the jolly crowd. .

: natural attraction to commend it to Mr. and Mrs. Crandall, of Olean, Indian River State Ba* .
:1:11'.8'ST' :"COUNTY those in search of recreation and N. Y., leave for the north shortly .

?:. 1! ., ..-. ; rest. What is needed is" a vigorous stopping various points en rout 1t" i ,
"' 'if (
& COUNTY:' DEPOSITORY'Authorized :
: ., "NEWS NOTES press agent. has resumed the
<; t t Mystic, regu- Capital, $100,000; Paid-up Capital, 25,000; Average Deposit, 1200,000 .
Lost and Feoad lar route on Indian river after a TRANSACTS A. '

:' i1ttl ltenings That Help to lake Lost between 9:30 p. m., yesterday complete overhauling at Hodgson'syard. .

and noon today, a bihons attack, with General Business

1'4I: ,! !: '"- Up. .the'Weekly Heispaper was nausea occasioned and sick by headache.finding at Red This Cross I loss Henry U. Hodgson carried a party I Banking t. \

4 ? Pharmacy a box of Dr. Kings'New Life over to the Oceanus beach on, Sun- LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER '
_-t .i-t COCOA Pills, the guaranteed cure for bilionsne, .
day l last. and sold all countries. appreciated.
Exchange bought on foreign Patronage
'' malaria and jaundice. 25c. at Red Cross
i Born to Mr. and Mrs. Flyn Williams "
: Pharmacy. The Lizzie carried a party of Prompt service polite treatment and every favor consistent
e t.o' a'daughter, on March 25th. with conservative banking granted ._.-
friends over to the each on Sunday .1'
'?-r..f Jrh. and Mrs. M. E. Chandler, oftj.f GEORGIANA at the I CORRESPONDENTS: ;
lastJ. Kingan Hodgson
.Jii.-'t,, Stockholm r N. Y,who have: spent Another cottage will go up on the helm. Among the ladies on board Empire Trust Company, 42 Broadway, New York City;The Atlantic National hank: ':7't
of Jacksonville Jacksonville FloridaTITUSVILLE
.;:': ? the winter in one of the Fairview river front soon. Miss Emma Robinson were Mrs. Johnson, Misses\ Bessie "

:L?1 'Land company's'; cottages.,returned of Kenosha Wis. has FLORIDA.j .
,> pur- Hodgson, Brown, Agnes Hopkins, ,
"" <" ..:'' ., to their home this week. chased the interest' of the other heirs Mrs. Burnett and others. A jolly ,."

?"" .( / :_ .Miss Tina Singleton has resignedthe and, with Miss Hattie Baine, will time was spent on the beach. The I E. L. BRADY & BRO, "t -

_. ;'l
V ;," : Hatter will finish this term. Miss They expect to build this summer of tan.
t'Singleton: will attend Stetson university and have the cottage ready for use Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products *
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carr will be
,-.i? ;::. for the balance of the term. next fall.Mr. next- month for their We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes'Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
"> leaving early in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write ns for prices o>>
jl E,;..'. Mr. Bob LaRoche, of Courtenay, John Shippee died Thursday home in Charleston, W. Va. Mr. Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station. E. L.BEADY& BBO"Trrmmiis Fix.

; ., 'J_ ?;.. purchased a fine horse of 0. K. Keythis night of last week and the body Carr is commodore of the Eau Gallic
';, .w" ..A.",::- :' week. was brought here for burial Friday. Yacht club and owns a first class S.J.1'TORTON"
; ; .Mrs. M.Cutler,Miss Evelyn Travis His old friend, Mr. Tuttle, had arranged launch in the fleet.G. _

";1 t" :,.:: and Miss M. Head were calling in for the funeral and a num- F. Paddison, the captain of the Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay Pr ielrn 1

1,' .;. Kockledge Tuesday. ber of old friends were present. fleet Eau Gallie Yacht club, has received xiads, }

{ ;"=;, On Monday Dixons addition' to Cocoa Quite a number of' his friends came the cup won at the Titusvilleraces. VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY '
"" with the body. The casket and ,
w visited fire. One cabin .
., : was by a T1tus'V1.11e. I : F1.or1.cla.: .
t :- was destroyed, but a general gather- grave were covered with flowers. Dr. and Miss Moses left for New

\; ing of the men in town prevented Rev. White read the burial service. York on Tuesday last. Miss Moses J. LORILLARD JR.LORILLARD. LEON S. WILSOX 1
He,sleeps peacefully with his friendsof
the,fire doing any serious damage. made St. Johns a present of some
other days, the early settlers of BOAT CO.
;. Mrs. M. E. Hill had a spring open- hymn boards, letters, etc., before
this place. A few more years and
ing Tuesday and Wednesday. leaving. TItusv1.1.1.e.: Florida
_ on Georgiana will'be almost totally be- : ,
The display of hats was great at- reft of her early residents. Most of Quite a number of our young people Engines Installed and Repaired by Expert Gasoline EngineersAgents f

traction. them are now past eighty and one is attended a dance at Rockledgeon for Termaat&Monabaa motors Moore motors, Hartford motors,
q .' Mr. J. McD. Sheriff returned to in his ninetieth year. Saturday in the launches Wynonaand and District Agents for the Lathrop motorAgents

big home at Cady, 0., while Mrs. The Inn. The party reported a for the
Mr. E. V. Hall and daughters tooka
a Sheriff will remain until warmer jolly time and good music.
party of friends to the beach last l-
: weather. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Gleason Original T & M Reversible

Mr. and Mrs.J. Bell of Pittsburg, entertained on Friday eve of last
The young folks had a dance in
Pa.,, who have spent the winter at the Carter cottage last Friday night. week. Cards and music, vocal and instrumental MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES

the Cocoa House, returned to,their were the features this
Between the hours of 8 and 10 Thoroughly covered by patents
home this week. pleasant function. :Miss Burns sang

; R Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher are o'clock last Sunday evening there several songs. Prof. Adams, also, The that Runs Without
Engine Repairs
l t' : visiting Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Blodgettjn was quite a disturbance either on the let his quota to this portion of the

river or on the west shore, south- 'program. Commodore Carr won the
Daytona. These motors are safe and reliable and
west of this place. Screams were gentlemen's first prize and Miss Le-
There will be Easter services in the
heard with cries of "don't, don't," ola Carr the ladies' prize. Col. can be operated by alcohol or kerosene
Episcopal church next Sunday.
: 0- and calls for "papa, mama," and C. W. Fowler and several of the of- with as good results as by using gasolineMARINI3 .

Mr. and Mrs. Will Sanders who other words in a child's voice. Cursesin ficers of the K. M. I. were present, : : RAII.IW A Y
have spent the winter at Indianola, voice and the sounds of
a heavy also the :Messrs. Gregg Scoggin, Careful attention given to ,
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sanders
blows were heard so distinctly by Morlan and Botts of the K. M. I., LAUNCHES STORED FOR THE SUMMER
l leave for their homein
Tuesday. They
those living on the river that sleep and :Miss Agnes Hopkins of Bear
Kansas City Mo., on Thursday.
was impossible. As the screams Lake, :Mich. Ices, cakes, sherbet
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Robertson and grew nearer a number of gentlemenwent strawberries, etc., were served by NEW CASH GROCERY STORE

charming niece. Miss M. Head leave out in the Simmons launch.: the ideal hostess, Mrs. Gleason, as- 1

for their Atlanta home Monday. They went in the direction of the sisted by her cousin, Miss Burns. A FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERI .
t Mr. and Mrs. G. Jacobs, of Chulu- sound and just off the Naylor place The party was serenaded by the glee -
We buy as low as possible; and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest.
. : ota, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thos. came upon a skiff with a sail up anda club of the K. M. I. Look over our stock and get our prices before baying
Hodges. man standing beside the sail. The I Corner Main and Hopkins Streets

screams stopped just a few moments I SHILOHMr. G. ::E3:. :DSIE2j3LPJS: : c& CO.,

t The Touch That Heals before they reached the boat and and :Mrs. Jerry Griffis and little TITU VILLK, FLORIDA.
is the touch of Bucklen'e Ar/iica; Salve
were not heard again. There wasa --- - -
i also -----
F It's'the happiest combination of Arnica daughter Ruby :Mr. Mana ,
flowers and healing balsams ever com negro in the boat who seemed Griffis and daughter Miss :Minnie, VICTOR
pounded. No matter how old the sore or either half stupid or half drunk. visited friends in Shiloh Sunday. a Ctt'f tb'

+ L : barns nicer ,is scalds, this, cute salve, wounds will cure or piles it. ,For i it'san The boat was half full of water which Messrs. David Hutchinson, Charles i Talking Machines, Supplies and

Guaranteed Red was strange as the river was 'I
absolute cure by very Haverstraw, Virgil Harmon and Jack t' "
Cross Pharmacy. 25c. quiet with a light southwest wind. Wagoner left Sunday for Trenton, Records sold by the ;

He said he afraid the boat would
t ROCKLEDGEMr. was N. J., where they will spend the sum-
i swamp, when asked what he was : INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE
Chas. Dwyer has returned to making fuss for. Some of the folks mer.Mr. 's- r
his home in New York. recognized him as a man who workedfor : and Mrs. Jas. A. Taylor wentto .:.::: "pMe.terltVote. TITOSYILLE, FLORIDA

Mrs. Give has returned to Mr. Frye at Bonaventure and Titusville Wednesday, returning

her home in Atlanta. Mr. de Give, also recognized the boat as belongingto Friday.Mr. .

I Mrs. Harrin and family will not go Dave Ramsey. He asked to be G. W. Bennett and little WHITEHALL 1 PORTLAND CEMENT

until later. towed Frye's dock and they left !daughter Cora were calling on friends !

him there. As all I Sunday and took little Olivia Taylor
Mrs. E. Jaffray Phillips and win- was quiet they
some little daughter Marguerite I went up to the Baine cottage to see home with them for a visit of a few 500 Barrels will be received in the next

: have left for their home in Newark, if Mr. Ramsey's children were at days. 60 days. Costs a little more than other ce-
ff-,' N. J. home and Mrs. R. said she was quite Quite a pleasant evening was spentat
.$ Mrs. E. J. Ziys' Saturday. Gamesof ment, but is better.
The fires continue to be a menace sure that all of the Bonaventure

to all; Monday the whole of Cocoa dren were safe and abed. It was all kinds were played until a late EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
hour. The given in honorof ,
party was
turned out to fight a threateningfire. afterward learned that the negro

left Walker's dock at Lotus alone the birthdays of Messrs. Felix Ziy Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material

f Chas. Vuille is now the owner of and that he did not seem to know and Jas. A. Taylor.Mr. Eau Gallie, Florida.

the fast motor boat Ram, formerly how to sail or row either. Some and Mrs. G. G. Harmon and

the property of Mr. Fiske. think the trouble was on a fish boator two sons expect to leave Sunday for

f Mr. Atbert Graham and son, of on the river bank somewhere be- the northern part of Georgia. We \tNI IVlr 1 llrfr 1 1 1 1'lrlrlr'iI"il rV'I"r .r.rrV."I'r

Crofton, Pa., have joined the family low the Cox place. It caused a are all sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. .

here and will stay some time. Mr. sleepless night to quite a number of Harmon, but hope to see them return -

Graham is a regular annual visitor. people, and so far there has been no in the fall. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
I satisfactory explanation of the affair.
Mayme Taylor gave a singing
of horses
Last Friday a team attached -I
i Sunday night that was largely at-
to a surrey took fright at an EAU GALLIE
and the in the tended. MACHINE SHOPS
auto spilled occupants Cooler weather during the latter
t .: roadway in front of the Indian River part of this week. Mr. George Kuhl went to Titus-
l hotel. No injuries are reported. ville last week to see the races. He
i Mrs. Ives and Miss Helen Ives left time.
The last dance of the season at the reports a pleasant Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
for the north on Tuesday last.
New Rockledge was largely attendedand
Afflicted With KheumatUm
Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe, of Hornell, i
enjoyed to the limit. Mr. "I was and am jet afflicted with rheumatism
N. Y. left for home on Tuesday. HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
Shares has made his hostelry a pleas- ," tayeIr.. J. C. Rayne, editor of ,
ant place for his guests and favored Henry U. Hodgson is acting on the the Herald, Additon, Indian Territory,
"bu thanks to Chamberlain's: Pain
the cottagers with a share in the entertainments jury this week. Balm am able once more to attend to Agricultural Implementsi ,
i for which they are duly Capt. Symmonds overhauledhis business. It is the best of liniments."
If troubled with rheumatism Pain
grateful. sloop preparatory to leaving for Balm a trial and you are certain to be SANFORD FLORIDA
1 The tourist tide has turned northward Kenosha Wis., his northern home.G. more than pleased wjth the prompt relief ,
t which it affords. One
and in a few weeks the season W. Hopkins was in Titusvillethis relieves the pain. For sale by application tied Cross

ir \ will be over. Rockledge has been week. Pliarmacy. I r

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